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European Factors to Watch-Shares set to fall after weak China manufacturing data
LONDON, Sept 1 European stocks were seen falling at the open on Tuesday after weak manufacturing data from China raised fresh concerns over the health of its economy and hit Asian markets.
Asian stocks off to a shaky start for September  CNBC
Irish manufacturing grows at slowest rate in 18 months  Irish Times
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US crude output cuts will only come if prices stay low -Goldman
Sept 1 Further U.S. production cuts needed to rebalance oil markets will only happen if U.S. crude prices remain low, at around $45 a barrel, Goldman Sachs said late on Monday.
Oil's Strongest Rally in 25 Years Stalls as Supply Seen Rising  Bloomberg
Biggest oil price spike since Gulf War  Sydney Morning Herald
China stocks slump as weak PMIs heighten growth fears; HK also down
SHANGHAI Chinese stocks gyrated wildly on Tuesday, with main indexes tumbling 5 percent at one point as weak manufacturing data laid bare the daunting challenge faced by Beijing as it races to revive a stumbling economy.
China Traders Spot Afternoon Pattern in State Buying of Stocks  Bloomberg
Awful August: Worst month for Dow in 5 years  CNN
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer says expecting twin girls
Sept 1 Yahoo Chief Executive Marissa Mayer is pregnant with identical twin girls, likely due in December, she said in a blog post.
Yahoos chief Marissa Mayer says expecting twins in December  Sydney Morning Herald
Yahoo's Marissa Mayer reveals: I'm having twins  CNBC
Blue Bell Broken Arrow plant goes back to work
BROKEN ARROW - Approximately 70 percent of employees at the Blue Bell plant in Broken Arrow are back at work today, and production of the brand's ice cream novelties will resume this week, the president and CEO of the Broken Arrow Chamber said ...
New law starts Sept. 1 to promote safer driving  KRIS Corpus Christi News
NextEra Commits to Hawaii's Clean Power Goal, Local Management
NextEra Energy Inc. and Hawaiian Electric Industries Inc. made 50 new commitments as part of their proposal to merge that, they said, would accelerate Hawaii's goal of getting all of its power from renewable resources.
NextEra, Hawaiian Electric Make New Commitments in Merger Deal  Honolulu Civil Beat
NextEra defends plans, commits to Hawaii energy goals  Ocala
Australia Central Bank Leaves Rates Unchanged
SYDNEY—Australia's central bank left interest rates unchanged on Tuesday, as expected, saying record-low rates were acting to support borrowing and spending.
RBA keeps cash rate steady at 2pc  The Australian Financial Review
Rates set to stay on hold  The Australian (blog)
June quarter GDP at 7%: India is still fastest growing but numbers reveal ...
One shouldn't get over pessimistic about the slower-than-expected growth, since even at 7 percent growth India is still the world's fastest growing major economy.
Sensex down over 200 points on weak GDP data  Times of India
India's Economy Outshines Neighbors With Latest GDP Figures  Wall Street Journal (blog)
Nerves on edge as Chinese authorities probe market mayhem
BEIJING/LONDON The head of hedge fund manager Man Group Plc's China business has been taken into custody to help authorities in a probe into recent market volatility, Bloomberg reported on Monday, while separately a local financial reporter confessed ...
China turns up heat on market participants  Financial Times
The disappearance of a top hedge fund manager could be a sign that China is ...  Business Insider
South Korean Exports Falter on Lower China Shipments
SEOUL—South Korea said exports posted their sharpest fall in six years in August as shipments slumped to China, the country's largest export destination, amid concerns about a slowdown in the world's second-largest economy.
South Korea exports plunge 14.7%  Financial Times
South Korea's Exports Fall Most Since 2009 as China Slows  Bloomberg