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Eurozone Inflation Stable at Low Rate of 0.2 Percent
BRUSSELS - Inflation in the 19-nation eurozone was stable in August at an annual rate of 0.2 percent, an official report shows - another weak figure that may help push the European Central Bank toward doing more economic stimulus.
Eurozone Inflation Stays Low  Wall Street Journal
Euro-Area Inflation Stays at 0.2% as ECB Sees Downside Risks  Bloomberg
Eni open to selling stake in supergiant Egypt gas find
MILAN (Reuters) - Italy's Eni is open to selling a stake in its "supergiant" Zohr gas field discovery off of Egypt, its chief executive said, as the state-controlled energy company looks for funds to bankroll development without sacrificing dividends ...
Egypt Gas Discovery Heats Up Israeli Debate Over Fuel Export  Bloomberg
Israeli Energy Shares Tank on News of Egyptian Natural Gas Find  Haaretz
Europe, Asia stocks set for worst monthly drop in three years on China, Fed
LONDON Stocks in Europe and Asia looked set on Monday for their worst monthly losses in at least three years, with investors still concerned about growth in China and the prospect of higher U.S.
Chinese stocks end brutal August with another daily loss  MarketWatch
European stocks follow Asian peers lower  Financial Times
Global Stocks Fall After Fed Official's Comments on Rate Increase
LONDON - Global stocks were mostly lower on Monday after Federal Reserve officials suggested that an increase in interest rates in September was still possible, and weak Japanese factory activity provided more evidence of a sluggish world economy.
Euro Ties to Yen Tightest Since 2007 as Havens From Fed, China  Bloomberg
FOREX-Dollar drops vs yen and euro as stocks weaken, on track for monthly loss  Reuters
Rattled investors brace for big week as Federal Reserve considers rate increase
Wall Street is heading into a big week after last week shook investors. Photograph: Justin Lane/EPA. Rupert Neate in New York. @RupertNeate.
World to Fed: We're ready for US rate hike, so don't delay
Fed still holds onto September as window for lift-off  The Australian Financial Review
Oil falls back below $49 as glut, China concerns weigh
LONDON Oil fell below $49 a barrel on Monday after its biggest two-day rally in six years last week, pressured by a supply glut and renewed concern about a hard landing for China's economy.
MarketsBuckle up! Oil roller coaster still running  Financial Times
Oil prices fall sharply on profit-taking, rate hike uncertainty  CNBC
BNY Mellon Says It Aims to Fix Pricing System by End of Monday
Bank of New York Mellon Corp. said it aims to have a reliable fix by Monday for the system it uses to generate net asset values for mutual funds after the software broke down seven days earlier.
BNY Mellon expects to fix pricing glitch before markets open  TODAYonline
BNY Mellon Slated To Resume Fund Trading Following Software Breakdown  Finance Magnates
Toshiba delays release of earnings report for second time
Toshiba has delayed the release of its annual earnings for a second time, as the Japanese industrial group offloads its non-core assets to repair a balance sheet tarnished by a $1.2bn accounting scandal.
Toshiba Delays Earnings Report on Further Accounting Probe  Bloomberg
Toshiba to sell Topcon shares for 50-60 billion yen
Twitter publishes targets for a 'more diverse' workforce in 2016
Twitter has outlined its ambitions to boost the proportion of women and underrepresented minorities in its workforce, publishing targets for “a more diverse Twitter” in 2016.
Twitter Sets Diversity Goals, But Experts Say That's Not Enough  Triple Pundit (registration) (blog)
Twitter Wants To Be More Diverse: At Least, That's The Plan  Tech Times
China pins market plunge on financial journalist, airs 'confession'
What's roiling China's stock market? A journalist, apparently. Wang Xiaolu, a reporter for a respected Chinese business magazine, "confessed" to causing chaos and panic in the markets, state media reported Sunday.
China reporter confesses to stoking market 'panic and disorder'  Financial Times
China state media announces confessions in probes into stocks plunge  Business Standard