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U.K. Factory Index Drops to 14-Month Low on Global Risks
U.K. factory growth slowed more than forecast last month and Italian manufacturing shrank as Europe suffered the fallout from weakening demand and mounting geopolitical risks.
GLOBAL ECONOMY WEEKAHEAD-Investors' eyes pinned on ECB as Europe's ...  Reuters
Draghinomics � Abenomics, European-style  The Guardian
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Asian stocks gain on stimulus hopes, European markets drift lower
FILE - The New York Stock Exchange is shown, Tuesday, Aug. 9, 2011 file photo taken in New York. Global stock markets were muted Thursday Aug. 28, 2014 ahead of U.S.
European Stocks Rise With Asian Equities; Dollar Holds  Bloomberg
Asian Equities have European Stocks on the Rise  The Utah People's Post
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Finest days of UK recovery could be over as manufacturing growth sees shock ...
Poor manufacturing data could signal the end of a hot streak for UK growth. Surveys of the nation's manufacturing sector saw an unexpected fall this August, as purchasing managers' index (PMI) figures dropped from 54.8 to 52.5.
Russia's Manufacturing Sector Grows Despite Western Sanctions Over Ukraine  Wall Street Journal
Factory slowdown heightens concern over China's economy  Financial Times
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Alibaba: IPO is near, launch will become the largest IPO in the world
Industry experts are certain that Grup Alibaba, the largest e-commerce company in China, will launch the long-awaited initial public offering (IPO) in a few days.
Alibaba's IPO Launch In U.S Is Considered To Be The Biggest In The World  Argyll Free Press
Alibaba IPO comes with unusual structure  STLtoday.com
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China's bad bank clean-up crew
The prospect of the first ever default in China's rapidly expanding shadow banking sector sent shockwaves through financial markets this year.
China Banks Seek New Lending Horizons As Bad Debts Rise  AllMediaNY
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Barclays Sells Some Spanish Assets to CaixaBank
The British bank Barclays said on Sunday that it had agreed to sell its retail and corporate banking business in Spain to CaixaBank for 800 million euros, or slightly more than $1 billion, the latest development in its plan to streamline itself by selling noncore ...
Barclays Scales Back in Spain With Caixabank Deal  Wall Street Journal
Barclays loses �500m on sale of Spanish business  Financial Times
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Finnish nuclear plant further delayed until 2018
HELSINKI (AP) - Finnish utility TVO says construction of the country's fifth nuclear reactor has been delayed again, with the plant not expected to go online until 2018 - nine years later than initially forecast.
Jinxed Finnish Nuclear Plant to Function almost a Decade Late  Naharnet
Siemens sees no additional charges from Finland reactor delay  Business Recorder
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BOJ May Now Be Reluctant to Affirm Positive Economic Cycle
Weak July industrial output figures suggest all isn't plain sailing for Japan's economy in the wake of a sales tax increase earlier this year.
Weak data to test BOJ's rosy economic view, policy on hold  Reuters Canada
BOJ: Japan PM expected to proceed with sales-tax increase  The Malay Mail Online
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Detroit Awaits Bankruptcy Deliberation
The Motor City has had some good times and some bad times. Home to a great mix of America's working class and some of the greatest musicians of a generation, Detroit has never been as low as it is today.
Detroit goes on trial for its financial future  WKZO
Detroit raced toward this week's bankruptcy trial  Lake Placid News
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IRS calling? Nope. It's a scam
CNET's Charlie Cooper got a call one day from the IRS -- or so the caller claimed. But it was an all too common social-engineering scam.
IRS warns taxpayers of continuing phone scams  myfox8.com
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