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GLOBAL MARKETS-Asian stocks set for worst monthly drop in 3 years as Fed ...
... * Asia-Pacific index down 10 percent so far this month. * China stocks fall more than 3 percent after wild week. * Fed officials keep door open for Sept rate hike.
Asian Stocks Fall After Fed Suggests Sept Rate Hike Possible  New York Times
Euro Ties to Yen Tightest Since 2007 as Havens From Fed, China  Bloomberg
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Japan's Industrial Output Unexpectedly Falls in July
TOKYO - Japan's industrial output unexpectedly fell in July in a worrying sign that high inventories and weak overseas demand could further hamper an economy struggling to recover from a slump in the second quarter.
Japanese Industrial Production Falls  Wall Street Journal
Japan factory output turns down in July as China demand slumps  Economic Times
Can the global gloom sink the US economy?
New York (CNNMoney) - We saw the good, bad and ugly side of fear over the global economy last week. The Dow fell 1,000 points shortly after it opened Monday as global markets nosedived on fears about the scale of China's economic slowdown rippled ...
3 reasons markets lost faith in China's economy, at a glance  Financial Express
Indian economy offers hope as China struggles  Reuters
Eni Boasts of 'Super Giant' Gas Discovery in Egypt, Threatening Israeli Export ...
Italian energy giant Eni has continued its push into Egypt with news that it has discovered an enormous offshore natural gas field just off the country's Mediterranean shore, boosting the country's energy aspirations.
'Supergiant' gas field  Irish Independent
Egypt Gas Find Could Shake Up Israel's Energy Plans  Haaretz
Oil prices fall on profit-taking, rate hike uncertainty
SINGAPORE Oil prices fell in Asia on Monday as traders took profits, snapping gains last week that saw the biggest two-day rally in six years.
Oil Down With Markets Off to Shaky Start  Wall Street Journal
Oil Set for Third Monthly Drop as U.S. Rig Count Gains Amid Glut  Bloomberg
China Brokers Tumble as Citic Staff Detained, Rescue Costs Grow
China's brokerages tumbled after Citic Securities Co. executives were detained and people familiar with the matter said the industry was told to contribute another 100 billion yuan ($15.7 billion) to a market rescue fund.
China asks brokerages to boost market and buy back shares  TODAYonline
Hundreds arrested for rumor mongering in China  WYFF Greenville
BNY Mellon expects to fix pricing glitch before markets open
BNY Mellon Corp (BK.N) expects to fix the computer glitch that disrupted pricing of U.S. mutual funds and exchange-traded funds before markets open on Monday, its chief executive said.
BNY Mellon Races to Fix Pricing Glitches Before Markets Open Monday  Wall Street Journal
Company Shares of Bank Of New York Mellon Corporation (The) (NYSE:BK) Drops ...  Insider Trading Report
Suzuki Plans to Go It Alone After Four-Year VW Dispute Ends
Toshihiro Suzuki and Osamu Suzuki during a news conference in Tokyo on Aug. 30. Photographer: Akio Kon/Bloomberg. Don't Miss Out - Follow Bloomberg On.
Suzuki shares rise after battle with VW settled in court  Reuters
Top WSJ Stories on Japan: Suzuki Motors, China Slowdown, Little League World ...  Wall Street Journal (blog)
Pentagon to invest $75 million in local tech industry
Secretary of Defense Ash Carter speaks at the podium during a press conference about flexible hybrid electronics, held at Moffett Federal Airfield on Aug. 28, 2015.
Pentagon working to develop wearable tech  Blouin News Blogs
Pentagon Initiatives Expose Complex Relationship With Private Sector  National Defense Magazine (blog)
Brokers slash Sensex, Nifty targets citing earnings recovery delay
Brokerage house Ambit Capital has revised the BSE Sensex target to 28,000 from 32,000, while Macquarie and Barclays have downgraded the December target for Nifty to 8,700 and 9,642 from 9,600 and 10,219 earlier.
Barclays, Macquarie Trim Nifty Target, Citi Remains Bullish  NDTV
Sensex sheds 159 points in early trade as Chinese equities skid  Firstpost