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More bloodshed in Monterrey

August 26, 2011

After the latest news from Mexico where armed men torched a casino in Monterrey, killing at least 52 people, it’s a good time to re-read Robin Emmott’s special report “If Monterrey falls, Mexico falls.”

Is it time for a stockation?

August 19, 2011

By Matt Goldstein

It’s too soon to say whether the recent madness on Wall Street will drive away ordinary investors from the stock market, but the trend lines certainly aren’t looking good.

Venezuela’s embarrassment of riches — oil

August 17, 2011

Today’s special report, “Pension fund scandal shakes up Venezuelan oil giant,” examines state oil company PDVSA and the problems it has exploiting what are said by OPEC to be the world’s largest known reserves of crude oil.

The shell games continue

August 15, 2011

Laurence Fletcher and a team of reporters from Canberra to the small town of Apache Junction in Arizona have a special report today that is the latest in our series “Shell Games,” exploring the extent and impact of corporate secrecy in the United States and beyond.

Big losses for John Paulson

August 10, 2011

Today’s special report “The perils of Paulson” takes a look at hedge fund king John Paulson, who shot to fame by calling the U.S. housing market crash in 2007, and making a lot of money out of it. This year, his funds are not doing so well.