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Fed says it will be 'considerable time' before rates are lifted
WASHINGTON (MarketWatch)�The Federal Reserve on Wednesday repeated that interest rates are likely to stay low for a �considerable time� after it ends its bond-buying program in October, but the central bank also took concrete steps to prepare for an ...
Bond markets clash with Fed on rates  Financial Times
Fed details new exit strategy, keeps record-low rate  gulfnews.com
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World stocks higher after Fed as Scotland votes
SEOUL, South Korea - World stock markets were mostly higher Thursday as Scotland voted in an independence referendum that could shake U.K.
Asian stocks mostly down after Fed meeting  dunyanews.tv
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Dow closes at new record
The Dow on Wednesday closed at a fresh record high after the US Federal Reserve stuck to a plan to begin raising near-zero interest rates only in 2015.
India Morning Call-Global Markets  Reuters
Wall Street climbs ahead of US Fed statement; DuPont jumps  Economic Times
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House OKs Stopgap Funding Bill in 319-108 Vote
Capitol_Building The House of Representatives passed a continuing resolution by a 319-108 bipartisan vote Wednesday to fund the federal government through Dec. 16, Reuters reported Wednesday.
UPDATE 2-US House passes bill to avert govt shutdown, extend Export-Import ...  Reuters
Bill Passed to Avert Government Shutdown by U.S. House of Representatives  The Utah People's Post
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Spain's Bonds Rise With Italy's Before ECB's New Lending Program
Spain's government bonds rose with Italy's as the European Central Bank started its program of targeted longer-term loans aimed at boosting the economy amid speculation this could pave the way to sovereign-bond purchases.
Europe shows negative interest rates not absurd � and might work  Financial Times
Eurozone banks shun Mario Draghi's rescue measure  Telegraph.co.uk
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IMF warns of growing risks to global economy ahead of G-20 talks
The International Monetary Fund warned Wednesday of growing risks to the global economy such as geopolitical tensions and urged Japan and Europe to continue with monetary easing to get out of low inflation.
IMF warns of risks from "excessive" financial market bets  Reuters
Investors Underpricing Risk May Threaten Growth, IMF Says  Businessweek
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Alibaba IPO Gives Insiders Rare Chance to Sell Early
Alibaba plans to price its shares at $66-$68, which at the midpoint would give it a valuation of about $165 billion. AFP/Getty Images.
Alibaba symbol of China's new tech giants  SFGate
Mark Mobius: Alibaba "Overhyped", Questions VIE, "Momentum ...  Barron's (blog)
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Bayer Plans Stock-Market Listing for Plastics Unit
Bayer AG (BAYN) plans to list its plastics unit on the stock market, accelerating its retreat from the chemicals industry after 151 years to focus on more lucrative life-sciences businesses.
Bayer plans board meeting Thursday morning -source  Reuters
Preparing for initial public offering of Bayer MaterialScience division ...  Plasteurope
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Toshiba Announces Restructuring Of PC Business; FY14 Guidance Remains ...
Toshiba corp. (TOSYY.PK,TOSBF.PK) announced a restructuring of its PC business. In the B2C market, the company will transform transition from the current business model, withdraw from unprofitable markets, and optimize sales bases in low profit regions.
In Another Sign Of PC Trouble, Toshiba Cuts 900  24/7 Wall St.
Toshiba says to cut 900 jobs in PC restructuring  TODAYonline
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Home Builder Confidence Hits 9 Year High, Housing Stocks Jump - Stocks in the ...
NAHB/Wells Fargo US Housing Market Index (HMI) for September was reported at a level of 59.00 up from 55.00 last month and up from 57.00 on year ago.
US homebuilder confidence soars in September  Chron.com
Confidence among US homebuilders surges to nearly 9-year high on stronger ...  Minneapolis Star Tribune
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