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GLOBAL MARKETS-Japan stocks see biggest gain this yr, lead sharp Asia ...
... * Japanese shares lead Asia rally, biggest gain since June 2013. * Wall Street indexes each gain more than 1 percent on Friday.
Japan stocks soar as Street steadies  USA TODAY
Japanese stocks lead sharp Asian rebound  BDlive
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The American Financial System Could Learn From the Boston Fed
The economic health of low- and moderate-income members of the local community has always been an important issue to the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston.
Fed's Rosengren Sticks to 3% Growth Forecast, Sees End for QE  Bloomberg
Boston Fed considers ways to bridge income gaps  Boston Globe
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Auto industry gives thumbs-up to deregulation of diesel prices
NEW DELHI: Auto industry today welcomed the government's move to deregulate diesel prices, saying the clarity on fuel prices would help the manufacturers plan for future products and investments in a better way.
India Frees Diesel Prices From Government Control  Wall Street Journal
India fuel reform puts diesel under market control  Businessweek
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UPDATE 2-Spirit Pub in talks with Greene King on revised $1.16 bln offer
... * Says revised offer of about 109.5 p/shr in cash and stock. * Spirit Pub shares rise as much as 12 pct. * New offer includes 0.1322 Greene King share & 8p cash per shr.
British Brewer Greene King Revises Offer for Spirit Pub  New York Times
Greene King Wins Over Spirit With Sweetened $1.2 Billion Bid  Bloomberg
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UPDATE 1-Electrolux wary on Europe despite forecast-beating profit
... * Sees European market growth at low end of 1-3 pct range. * Maintains outlook for 4 pct U.S. market growth. * Q3 core profit 1.39 bln SEK vs forecast 1.33 bln SEK (Adds detail, background, quotes).
Electrolux Q3 Profit Climbs; Stock Up  NASDAQ
Electrolux profit boosted by recovery in Europe  MarketWatch
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Fewer Wage Raises Offered by Companies in the Third Quarter, Survey
Some jobs lost during the recession have been recovered, but the new ones are not that well paid. In fact, jobs are increasingly precarious, with part-time jobs becoming the norm.
Survey: Pay raises rarer despite strong US hiring
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SAP slides; Nutreco surges: Europe's big stock movers
LONDON (MarketWatch) - Here are some of the companies whose shares are making notable moves in European trade on Monday. Fallers. Shares of Royal Philips NV PHIA, -4.08% gave up 3.7% after the Dutch technology company said it swung to a net ...
Shares in Dutch feed company Nutreco surge
SHV Holdings to Pay $3.4 Billion for Dutch Supplier of Animal Food  New York Times
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Philips says lighting spin-off on track despite quarterly loss
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - Dutch conglomerate Philips (PHG.AS) said it was pushing ahead with the planned spin off of its lighting business despite a net loss in the third quarter, when it was hit by weakness in Russia and China and a string of one-off charges.
Philips posts $A142m 3rd quarter loss  Sydney Morning Herald
Philips blames lawsuit for �103m quarterly loss
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SAP warns of declining profits as it pushes towards cloud
SAP has lowered its full-year profit forecast as it continues its drive towards focusing on cloud computing services. Unveiling third-quarter figures on Monday, the German business software group said it now anticipated a full-year operating profit of ...
SAP profit rises 15%, but cuts earnings outlook  MarketWatch
SAP Cuts Forecast as Cloud Shift Weighs on Profit  Bloomberg
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Pilots at Lufthansa long-haul fleet to strike
A planned strike by pilots at Lufthansa has been expanded to include a one-day walkout Tuesday at the German airline's long-haul fleet.
Lufthansa Pilots Launch Two-Day Strike  Getty Images
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