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World stocks hit one-month low, focus on Fed – Reuters



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World stocks hit one-month low, focus on Fed
Reuters
LONDON (Reuters) – Global shares slipped to a one-month low on Tuesday as markets braced for a Federal Reserve meeting, when investors will be looking for clues on whether the U.S. central bank could raise interest rates sooner than previously expected …
Stocks: 5 things to know before the openCNNMoney
World Stocks Sag Ahead of Fed MeetingABC News
Asia stocks lower on caution over Fed meetingChron.com
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Key Euribor rate steady as ECB seen on hold – Reuters



Wall Street Journal

Key Euribor rate steady as ECB seen on hold
Reuters
Thu Sep 5, 2013 2:55pm IST. FRANKFURT, Sept 5 (Reuters) – The key Euribor bank-to-bank lending rate remained steady on Thursday as investors expect the European Central Bank to offer little new in its assessment of the euro zone economy. Recent 
BoE expected to keep rates unchangedFXstreet.com
Asian stocks rise but Europe awaits ECBMSN Money

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BoE expected to keep rates unchanged – FXstreet.com



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BoE expected to keep rates unchanged
FXstreet.com
European indices are relatively flat on Thursday, as are US futures, ahead of two major central bank decisions and some key US economic releases. The Bank of England is expected to leave interest rates and asset purchases unchanged this morning.
Eurozone improvement means interest rate unchangedTimes of India
Asian stocks rise but Europe awaits ECBMSN Money

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German 10-Year Yield Tops 2% as Bonds Tumble Before ECB Decision – Businessweek



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German 10-Year Yield Tops 2% as Bonds Tumble Before ECB Decision
Businessweek
The benchmark 10-year yield approached the highest level in 17 months. The ECB Governing Council, led by President Mario Draghi, will leave its benchmark interest rate at a record-low 0.5 percent, according to the median estimate of 56 economists in a 
German yields hit 1-1/2 year highs before ECB meetingReuters
Dollar Above Y100 Ahead Of BOE, ECB Rate DecisionsWall Street Journal
Asian markets rise after strong US close; European stocks await ECB's DraghiWashington Post
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Mexico eyeing retaliatory measures in US meat labeling dispute – Reuters



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Mexico eyeing retaliatory measures in US meat labeling dispute
Reuters
MEXICO CITY | Fri May 24, 2013 6:57pm EDT. MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Mexico is considering imposing retaliatory trade measures on the United States in a dispute over the fairness of U.S. rules requiring meat to carry labels that specify its origin, the
New U.S. rules for labeling meat are going into effectThe Courier-Journal
Canada Unhappy With USDA's COOL RuleFood Poisoning Bulletin
U.S. Tightens Country-of-Origin Meat Labeling After WTO RulingBloomberg
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Quinn vetoes ComEd rate hike, but legislators could override him – Chicago Tribune



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Quinn vetoes ComEd rate hike, but legislators could override him
Chicago Tribune
Gov. Pat Quinn vetoed legislation Sunday that would have increased utility bills and helped Commonwealth Edison improve its electrical grid. But the bill passed the General Assembly by healthy margins, and legislators could override the veto later this month
Quinn vetoes electric-rate hike; legislators likely to overrideChicago Sun-Times
Gov. Quinn Vetoes Electric Rate HikesWSIL TV
Quinn rejects bill raising electric rates – Pantagraph.comBloomington Pantagraph
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More early wins for Abenomics, but Japan activity lags – Reuters



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More early wins for Abenomics, but Japan activity lags
Reuters
By Tetsushi Kajimoto and Kaori Kaneko. TOKYO | Thu Apr 18, 2013 12:22am EDT. TOKYO (Reuters) – A small rise in Japanese exports, improving business confidence and surging investment flows demonstrated early successes for Prime Minister Shinzo
US demand shrinks Japan trade deficitFinancial Times
Japanese Sold Net Y331.9B Foreign Bonds Last WeekWall Street Journal
Japanese Sold Net 331.9 Billion Yen Overseas Debt Last WeekBloomberg
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America’s jobs are moving to the suburbs – CNN



U.S. News & World Report

America's jobs are moving to the suburbs
CNN
Suburbs now have twice the share of jobs as city centers, according to a new Brookings Institution report. NEW YORK (CNNMoney). Despite a short reprieve during the recession, the number of jobs moving to the nation's suburbs grew over the last decade,
Study: American Jobs Moving Out of Cities, Into SuburbsU.S. News & World Report
Report: Pittsburgh jobs shifted suburban, and back againPittsburgh Post Gazette
Milwaukee area lost more jobs over decade than US metro average, report saysMilwaukee Journal Sentinel
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Bank of America Struggles for Growth – Wall Street Journal



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Bank of America Struggles for Growth
Wall Street Journal
Bank of America Corp. shares dropped Wednesday after first-quarter results fell short of expectations and showed the financial giant was struggling to boost growth in its core lending business. Bank of America managed to cut the costs that were expected in
US stocks hit by Bank of America, AppleMarketWatch
Bank of America Staggers Under the Weight of its Legal FeesBusinessweek
Bank Of America Profits Up In Q1, But Mortgage Income Falls And EPS Come Up Forbes
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Fears over weak earnings hit Apple – Financial Times



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Fears over weak earnings hit Apple
Financial Times
Apple investors' nerves were rattled on Wednesday as worries about weak earnings from the iPhone maker next week were compounded by poor results from a supplier and more criticism in the Chinese media. In morning trading in New York, Apple's shares
Apple Falls on Sales Forecast Miss by Audio Chip Supplier CirrusBloomberg
Cirrus Logic shares tumble on weak guidanceBusinessweek
Apple's yield hits 2.645% as shares plummet to 2011 levelsFortune
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