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My first car was a bone-stock 1929 Ford Model A coupe that has been in the family since it was new.

My late grandfather – a machinist on the Lehigh Valley Railroad – drove the car as his everyday vehicle until the late 1940s. My Dad restored the car in his mid-teens and drove it through his high-school years.

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    By Jennifer YousfiManaging Editor The world must spend $45 trillion to cut its dependence on oil and reduce greenhouse gasses, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said Friday. According to the IEA countries must commit 1.1% of projected total global gross domestic product (GDP) to develop sufficient clean energy technology by 2030. "Carbon emissions must be […]

  • Special Report: Six Ways to Profit From the One-Two Punch of Soaring Oil Prices and Zooming Inflation

    By William Patalon IIIAnd Jason Simpkins Money Morning Editors Oil prices have resumed their northward climb. And inflation has returned to the American lexicon for the first time in decades. For U.S. consumers, there's no way to dodge the financial fallout of that economic one-two punch. But for U.S investors willing to make some shrewd […]

  • BP Exec Questioned in Corporate Tax Probe as Russia Reclaims its Energy Sector

    By Jason SimpkinsAssociate Editor Russian authorities have issued a summons to Robert Dudley, Chief Executive of BP PLC's (ADR: BP) regional joint venture TNK-BP Holding, as part of a tax probe into OAO TNK's activities between 2001 and 2003. While BP was quick to write the summons off as a "routine procedural matter," analysts see […]

  • ECB Stands Firm Against Inflation

    By Jennifer YousfiManaging Editor After voting to hold rates steady at its monthly meeting yesterday (Thursday), European Central Bank (ECB) President Jean-Claude Trichet said a rate hike in July is "possible." Inflation in the Eurozone is running at a 16-year high.  And on Wednesday, the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) boosted its inflation […]

  • Verizon to Buy Alltel for $28 Billion, Vaults Past AT&T as No. 1 U.S. Mobile Provider

    By Mike Caggeso Associate Editor Verizon Wireless has agreed to buy Alltel Corp. (PINK: ALTEO) for $28.1 billion in a deal that should vault Verizon past AT&T Inc. (T) as the country's No. 1 mobile phone company. Verizon Wireless is 55% owned by Verizon Communications Inc. (VZ) and 45% owned by Britian's Vodaphone Group PLC […]

  • U.N. Calls for Increased Cooperation to Fight Growing Global Food Crisis

    By Jennifer YousfiManaging Editor The United Nations announced yesterday (Wednesday) that an additional $20 billion would be needed each year to combat global hunger. On the second day of a three-day summit hosted by the U.N.'s Food and Agriculture Organization in Rome, leaders from 40 nations and representatives from 183 countries met to address the […]

  • India Fuels Inflation by Bailing Out Refineries

    By Jason SimpkinsAssociate Editor Soaring oil prices have forced Indian authorities to raise subsidized fuel prices and risk propelling inflation that is already running at a three-year high.  The Indian government subsidizes most fuel costs, meaning state oil firms are forced to sell fuel at hugely discounted rates to shield consumers from inflation. But with […]

  • Kuwait Sovereign Wealth Fund Considering Bigger Citigroup and Merrill Stakes

    By Mike Caggeso Associate Editor Struggling U.S. financials Citigroup Inc. (C) and Merrill Lynch & Co. Inc. (MER) may get another equity injection from state-owned Kuwait Investment Authority (KIA), the fund's managing director told Reuters. Their valuations would make it tempting – as both firms are trading near their 52-week lows – but Bader al-Saad […]

  • Fed Chair Comments Boost Greenback

    By Jennifer YousfiManaging Editor U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke came out in support of a stronger U.S. dollar yesterday (Tuesday), indicating the Fed would remain on pause at its next meeting. Speaking via satellite at the International Monetary Conference in Barcelona, Spain, Bernanke said the Fed is working with the Treasury to "carefully […]

  • Toll Brothers Banks Lower Loss, CEO Gives Congress Some Market Recovery Advice

    By Mike Caggeso Associate Editor A surprise to few, luxury homebuilder Toll Brothers Inc. (TOL) posted its second consecutive quarterly net loss yesterday (Tuesday), though the results were better than Wall Street expected. As a result, Toll Brothers' stock gained a handy 3.44% by mid-afternoon in Tuesday trading as investors viewed it as a signal […]