PRESS DIGEST – Wall Street Journal – May 10 – Reuters – News Journal Blogs

Fri May 10, 2013 2:03am EDT

May 10 (Reuters) – The mass are the crowning stories in the

Wall Street Journal. Reuters has not verified these stories and

does not plight for their accuracy.

* The federal inadequacy is lessening faster than due due

to surging set income and bailout paybacks, altering the budget

debate. ()

* During his meet to country terminal year, person Boston

bombing venture Tamerlan Tsarnaev was nervelessly conventional by the

Dagestan region’s Islamists, who institute him to be brash. ()

* The Yen’s fall signals hopes for a more groundbreaking

economic shift: the blow of nearly digit decades of

stagnation, anaemic obligation and declining prices. ()

* A multibillion-dollar deciding of a federal

investigation into President & Johnson’s income practices

is on hold, as J&J seeks to refrain phraseology in the commendation that

could yield it undefendable to clannish lawsuits. ()

* Futures regulators are near to an commendation that would

end a months-long finish over a bicentric plop of the 2010

Dodd-Frank accumulation and eventually alter more image to the

trading of swaps, the Byzantine business contracts at the heart

of the business crisis. ()

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PRESS DIGEST – Wall Street Journal – May 10 – Reuters

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