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Carlsberg's Russia Struggle Worsens as Heineken Profit Gains
Carlsberg A/S (CARLB) and Heineken NV, (HEIA) two of the world's top four brewers, signalled tougher times ahead for the beer industry as escalating political tensions in eastern Europe weigh on the region's economy.
European shares dip; Carlsberg hit by Russia concerns  Reuters
Carlsberg issues profit warning due to Russia crisis
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Dollar hits multi-month highs on US-economy optimism
The dollar rose against other major currencies on Wednesday in Asia following strong U.S. housing data and as geopolitical tensions eased in Eastern Europe.
Global stocks halt rally, BoE jolts UK markets  Reuters India
Global stocks drift amid wait for US Fed signs  SFGate
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Lawsky puts the shackles on Standard Chartered after repeat offense
New York's Department of Financial Services slapped a $300 million fine on U.K.-based emerging markets bank Standard Chartered Plc, and put wide-ranging limits on its business in the U.S.
Standard Chartered Fined $300m For Lax Controls  Sky News
Standard Chartered fined $300m by US financial watchdog  The Guardian
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Apple shares hit triple digits ahead of iPhone 6, iWatch launch
APPLE SHARES returned to triple figures for the first time since September 2012 on Tuesday, as excitement builds ahead of its launch of the iPhone 6 and so-called iWatch.
Apple's freshly split shares climb on iPhone 6 hopes  Economic Times
Apple stock hits all-time high  Irish Times
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Asia stocks make slight gains, await Yellen speech
Traders James Doherty, left, and Thomas Ferrigno work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange Tuesday, Aug. 19, 2014. Better news on home building and corporate earnings are sending stocks higher.
Home Depot Profits Shine; Stock Still Undervalued  Barron's
U.S. stocks ended higher Tuesday  FX News Call
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US homebuilder confidence index rises in August
U.S. homebuilders are feeling more confident in their sales prospects headed into next year, a sign that home construction and sales of newly built homes may pick up after stalling this summer.
Construction of new homes hits eight-month high in July  Los Angeles Times
HOW TO PLAY IT-Dipping into the noisy US housing market  Reuters
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Dollar Strengthens Before Fed Minutes as Metals Advance
Chair of the U.S. Federal Reserve Janet Yellen will address global central bankers this week. Photographer: Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg.
Dollar Rises to Nine-Month High as Goldman Bullish; Kiwi Slumps  Bloomberg
Dollar breaks out to 11-month highs, eyes on Fed  Reuters
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BOE Officials Split as Weale, McCafferty Seek Rate Increase
The Bank of England said two policy makers wanted an interest-rate increase this month, marking the first split on borrowing costs in more than three years.
Sterling gains after BoE vote breakdown  Financial Times
Bank of England Officials Break Ranks on Rates  Wall Street Journal
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Solution still eludes Market Basket board
The next Market Basket board should be made up of grocery clerks. Seriously. They know how to get the job done. They keep the stores running, and when they want to, they know how to make the business grind to a halt.
Loan repayment is key to Market Basket sale  Boston Herald
More Market Basket Vendors Say They Were Overpaid
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Most Emerging Stocks Fall Before Fed Minutes Release; Won Drops
Most emerging-market stocks fell as Cnooc Ltd. (883) paced losses for energy shares, overshadowing gains in technology companies. South Korea's won led currencies lower.
MSCI Hong Kong Index Rises to Record After 21% Rebound  Businessweek
Hong Kong Hang Seng Index end at new 6-year high on strong earnings  Reuters
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