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Wall St to open flat, eyes on Fed statement
NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. stocks were set to open little changed on Wednesday ahead of a key statement by the Federal Reserve which is expected to provide clues on the next monetary policy move by the U.S.
U.S. Stocks Trade Little Changed as Fed Policy Decision  Bloomberg
Stock Market Today: Futures Up Slightly as Market Awaits Fed
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U.S. Consumer Prices Drop for First Time in a Year
The cost of living in the U.S. unexpectedly dropped in August for the first time in more than a year, showing inflation still is falling short of the Federal Reserve's goal as policy makers meet.
UPDATE 1-US TIPS breakeven rates fall after CPI declines  Reuters
Consumer prices fall for first time in 16 months  MarketWatch
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Sony Expects Deep Loss for This Fiscal Year
Sony smartphones and mobile devices on display at a consumer electronics trade fair in Berlin earlier this month. The Japanese electronics giant said Thursday it was writing down the value of its mobile communications unit.
Sony sees $2.1B loss for fiscal year as mobile woes take a toll  CNET
Sony's inability to sell smartphones is costing it billions  Fortune
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Auxilium Pharmaceuticals jumps, steelmakers active in premarket trade
NEW YORK: Auxilium Pharmaceuticals shares surged in brisk premarket trading Wednesday, a day after receiving an unsolicited offer from Endo International.
Auxilium confirms unsolicited Endo bid,  MarketWatch
Auxilium Pharma adopts poison pill after Endo's unsolicited bid  Reuters
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Lampert cleverly gives Sears a short-term loan
In a deft and creative move, Sears Holdings Corp. CEO and chairman Edward Lampert is providing the struggling retailer with a $400 million short-term loan from the affiliates of the hedge fund he controls.
Is Sears Doomed?  Bidness ETC
Is Sears Holdings Corp (SHLD) Borrowing Money from Its CEO's Hedge Fund ...  Insider Monkey (blog)
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Family Dollar Recommends Rejecting Dollar General's Tender Offer
Family Dollar Stores Inc. (FDO) recommended shareholders reject a tender offer from Dollar General Corp. (DG), reiterating its view on a $9.1 billion deal that it called �illusory� and likely to draw a lengthly antitrust review before investors can get their money.
Family Dollar Opposes Dollar General Overture  ABC News
Family Dollar Board of Directors Rejects Dollar General's Illusory ...  MarketWatch
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China Central Bank Appears to Inject $81 Billion Into Top Lenders
HONG KONG - With industrial production growing at the slowest pace since the worst of the global financial crisis and foreign direct investment in a tailspin, China appears to have taken the unusual step of using monetary stimulus in an attempt to forestall ...
China will inject $81 billion into state-owned banks to spur growth  Fortune
Macro Horizons: As PBOC Boosts Banks, Fed Looks Like World Outlier  Wall Street Journal (blog)
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FedEx Shares Point To New High As Shipper Beats Expectations, Hikes Rates
Online shopping is about to get a bit more expensive. FedEx announced Tuesday that it will increase shipping rates 4.9% across its product lines - FedEx Express, FedEx Ground and FedEx Freight - come January 5, 2015.
FedEx to add 50000 seasonal jobs  Washington Post
FedEx Quarterly Profit Tops Wall Street's Expectations  DailyFinance
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Treasuries Advance as Consumer Prices Drop Before Fed
Treasuries advanced as investors awaited clues from the Federal Reserve on the future path of interest rates after a policy meeting today.
India bond yields end steady for 2nd straight day; Fed in focus  Reuters
Treasurys rise ahead of Fed statement  MarketWatch
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News for the Investor on Sept. 17, 2014
Consumer prices decline, Corinthian Colleges sued and major sponsors are piling on the NFL. Read about these and more of the day's top business news stories.
U.S. regulator sues Corinthian Colleges  MarketWatch
Corinthian Colleges sued by US over predatory lending  Chicago Tribune
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