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Asian stocks tumble as China anxiety saps confidence
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Asian stocks stumbled to their lowest in five weeks on Monday after a batch of weak data out of China raised the spectre of a sharp slowdown in the world's second-biggest economy.
Weak China Data Weighs on Aussie Dollar  Bloomberg
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Who wants a slice of Alibaba IPO? Indian funds, HNIs eye mega initial offering
New Delhi: High-networth individuals and domestic funds from India are eyeing a slice of the much-touted mega IPO of Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba, which looking to raise an eye-popping $21.1 billion.
Rocket Internet's IPO Apes Alibaba in Shooting for Orbit  Wall Street Journal
Alibaba initial public offering to give shareholder Yahoo a much-needed boost  Taipei Times
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Heineken Rejects Buyout Bid By SABMiller
Dutch brewer Heineken N.V. (HKHHF.PK, HINKF.PK) confirmed Sunday that British brewer SABMiller Plc (SAB.L,SBMRY.PK) had approached the company regarding a potential acquisition.
Heineken confirms, rebuffs SABMiller bid  Reuters
Heineken rejects buyout offer from Peroni owner SABMiller to create ...  Herald Sun
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R train service returns between lower Manhattan and Brooklyn after Sandy repairs
Add comment. R train service returns between lower Manhattan and Brooklyn after Sandy repairs. Updated September 14, 2014 8:15 PM By EMILY NGO emily.
R train service set to return Monday between Brooklyn and Manhattan  New York Daily News
Subway Tunnel Damaged by Sandy Restored to Service  ABC News
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Sept 12 The recent wobbly stretch in both stocks...
Wall St Week Ahead-Fed change unlikely to blunt equities\' appeal over bonds. NEW YORK, Sept 12 (Reuters) - The recent wobbly stretch in both stocks and bonds may persist for the short term if the U.S.
Wall St Week Ahead - Fed change unlikely to blunt equities' appeal over ...  Business Standard
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Low volatility is a sign of high risk-taking, BIS official says
WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) - Low volatility and compressed risk spreads are signs of high risk-taking, a Bank for International Settlements official said as part of the group's quarterly review.
Central banks inflating 'elevated' asset prices, says BIS  Indian Express
Growing foreign fund influence a risk for emerging markets - BIS  Business Standard
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Commuter bus, rail fares to rise in LA
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Fares for buses and trains operated by the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority will rise this week for the first time in four years.
Metro bus, train fare increases go into effect Monday  Westside Today
Metro bus, train fares increasing Monday  The Whittier Daily News
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Thieves are now targeting Credit Cards after Data Breach
140903-tech-hme-depot_7378addbd1c68616b9f2888c6e83feae This is definitely bad news for Home Depot (NYSE: HD) Customers. Days after it was announced that there was a data breach at the nation's most popular home improvement store, experts ...
Home Depot Upped Defenses, But Hacker Moved Faster  Wall Street Journal
Home Depot, Apple cyber attacks highlight variety of methods used by hackers  Business Insurance
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Union ends strike after reaching agreement with Lear
2014-09-14T17:00:00Z 2014-09-14T20:14:06Z Union ends strike after reaching agreement with LearBy Joseph S. Pete, (219) 933-3316 nwitimes.
Lear Company Workers in Indiana Went on Strike  Angle Chronicle
Tentative agreement settles strike at Lear Corp, UAW president says  WLS-TV
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WISCONSIN NEWS ROUND-UP: Corn harvest predicted to be up 11 precent
MADISON - State agriculture officials are predicting an 11-percent increase in the size of the Wisconsin corn harvest this year - and that's bad news for farmers.
Farmers worry good corn crop could mean low prices  Juneau County Star-Times
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