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Stocks hold losses as Fed appears open to September hike
U.S. stocks maintained modest losses after the Federal Reserve left interest rates unchanged but central bankers appeared more open to a September increase in light of an improved economy.
Treasury yields fall to 2-week low as the Fed is set to update policy
“The market has baked in some nominal hawkishness [for the Fed], but a statement with limited changes makes the most sense given the uncertain backdrop.
World markets roil over Brexit vote
''You can see people are running for cover,'' said Ken Courtis, chairman of Starfort Investment Holdings in Tokyo.
A Brexit upside? Cheaper UK vacations
With the value of the British pound plummeting on the news that the UK has voted to leave the European Union, American tourists will have more spending power.
Readers starting to dump Fleet Street for digital news
And the closure of the Independent's print edition, along with interest in the June 23 Brexit referendum on UK membership in the European Union, has given some titles a modest boost.
Treasury yields tumble to 2-week low after Fed leaves rates unchanged
Treasury yields tumbled Wednesday after the Federal Reserve left U.S. interest rates unchanged, though central bankers appeared more open to a September increase in light of an improved economy.
Investor jitters over Brexit send US stocks tumbling
The firm cited uncertainty over the UK's vote to leave the EU. Materials companies led the slide on Wall Street. Losses also piled up for financial and technology stocks.
Today's Top Supply Chain and Logistics News From WSJ
The U.K. charged logistics company F.H. Bertling Ltd. and several executives with corruption related to alleged bribery payments to Angola's state oil company.
Mass. may soon have a Brexit problem
“I don't think the effects are going to be major because the UK is not all that important to our economy [on its own],” he said.
Britain exit from EU more likely in latest poll
“I'm sensing real momentum for 'Leave' around the country,” UK Independence Party leader Nigel Farage said on Twitter.