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Stocks Extend Worst Month Since 2012 on China, Fed
U.S. stock-index futures fell, commodities declined and the yen strengthened on renewed concern China's efforts to prop up its markets will fail.
Europe, Asia stocks set for worst monthly drop in three years on China, Fed  Reuters
European stocks follow Asian peers lower  Financial Times
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Euro zone inflation steady in August, easing pressure on ECB
BRUSSELS Annual inflation in the euro zone was the same in August as in July, defying economists' expectations of a slowdown, as rising prices of unprocessed food and services offset some of the downward pull from cheaper energy.
Weak eurozone inflation revives quantitative easing debate  Financial Times
Eurozone Inflation Stable at Low Rate of 0.2 Percent  New York Times
Marchionne puts the squeeze on GM; GM's response: 'Why bail out FCA?
General Motors Co. has flatly rejected the advances of its crosstown rival, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, but FCA CEO Sergio Marchionne is not going away -- not by a long shot.
Fiat Chrysler CEO fans flames of GM merger in report  Detroit Free Press
FCA's pursuit, GM's protest are built into DNAs  Automotive News
UPDATE 1-Eni open to selling stake in supergiant Egypt gas find
(Adds shares, analyst). MILAN Aug 31 (Reuters) - Italy's Eni is open to selling a stake in its "supergiant" Zohr gas field discovery off of Egypt, its chief executive said, as the state-controlled energy company looks for funds to bankroll development ...
Egypt Gas Discovery Heats Up Israeli Debate Over Fuel Export  Bloomberg
Israeli Energy Shares Tank on News of Egyptian Natural Gas Find  Haaretz
MarketsBuckle up! Oil roller coaster still running
After Brent crude surged more than 15 per cent over Thursday and Friday to close above $50 a barrel, in what most traders viewed as a short covering rally ahead of the long UK weekend, the international oil benchmark is dipping once again, writes ...
Oil prices fall sharply on profit-taking, rate hike uncertainty  CNBC
Brent crude falls back below $49 as glut, China concerns weigh  The Globe and Mail
World to Fed: We're ready for US rate hike, so don't delay
In private and in public at last week's global central banking conference in Jackson Hole, the message from visiting policymakers was that the Fed has telegraphed an initial monetary tightening and, following a year-long rise in the dollar, financial ...
Fed still holds onto September as window for lift-off  The Australian Financial Review
Stanley Fischer To Provide Insight: All Eyes on Jackson Hole  Street Edition
World Stocks Fall After Fed Suggests Sept Rate Hike Possible
BEIJING - Global stocks were mostly lower Monday after a U.S. Federal Reserve official suggested a September interest rate hike still was possible and weak Japanese factory activity provided more evidence of a sluggish global economy.
Gold Loses Some Luster as Fed Decision Looms  Wall Street Journal
PRECIOUS-Gold pressured as US rate hike expectations drag  Reuters
Ukraine police hurt in Kiev clashes over autonomy deal
Clashes have erupted between protesters and police in the Ukrainian capital, Kiev, as MPs gave their initial backing to reforms for greater autonomy in the disputed east of the country.
Two police wounded by grenade outside Ukraine parliament  The Daily Star
Blast, clashes as Ukraine MPs back more autonomy for rebels  Ahram Online
Posted by Parvez Jabri
image TOKYO: Japan's factory output contracted a worse-than-expected 0.6 percent on-month in July, official data showed on Monday, owing to lacklustre demand at home and as a slowdown in China weighs on exports.
Japan Stocks Drop As July Industrial Production Disappoints  Barron's (blog)
Beware China's Beaten-Down Banks
China's banks have turned in an uninspiring set of results. With share prices at depressed levels, the country's lenders could be in store for a near-term bounce.
China central bank injects 140 bn yuan via short-term lending operations  Economic Times
GDP data may bring cheers to worried investors  Business Today