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Once a country of emigration itself, Spain has become a magnet for migrants from Africa and elsewhere.
The sliding currency hurts importers and others.
Big Oil executives imply we could develop our own resources, but they know the big reserves are elsewhere.
Should the Middle East prop up our financial system?
Q&A with Robert Bryce, author of 'Gusher of Lies: The Dangerous Delusions of Energy Independence'.
A weak dollar makes oil cheaper to foreigners but more expensive to Americans.
Fast-growing Asian economies may help keep America out of recession.
With a few limits, they can be useful players in the global economy.
The Bank of Japan's Fukui notes "downside risks." But the central bank holds rates steady.