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PowerShares-Deutsche Bank fund hopes to spur demand for its currency-yield strategy.
Wall Street pares its losses but ends lower. Internet shares sink.
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Intel and Home Depot are downgraded. Energy prices rise.
Mutual funds increasingly invest in private equity, but the strategy has its drawbacks.
PowerShares plans to launch an ETF that tracks companies involved in the investments.
He has served as CFO since joining the women's apparel company in December 2003.
The health care company expects full-year 2006 earnings of $2.85 to $2.90 a share.