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Global stocks enjoy relief rally ahead of ECB, but investors wary
LONDON World stocks rose on Thursday, lifted by the strong rally on Wall Street the previous day, but investors were cautious ahead of a potentially critical 24 hours that will include a European Central Bank policy meeting and the latest U.S.
Global Markets Bounce Back  Wall Street Journal
European shares jump ahead of ECB policy meeting  Telegraph.co.uk
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IMF: China slowdown threatens global outlook
WASHINGTON--China's slowdown and a host of other downside risks threaten to push the global economy into much deeper trouble without concerted action by the world's largest economies, the International Monetary Fund warned Wednesday.
IMF warns G20 of rising downside economic growth risks  Hindustan Times
Near-term growth prospects remain favourable in India: IMF  Moneycontrol.com
Yahoo's Marissa Mayer sparks parental leave debate
New Delhi: Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer's announcement of becoming a mother the second time round has made the headlines, albeit for all the wrong reasons.
Back off on Marissa Mayer's maternity leave  CNN
How long should mothers take off after they give birth?  BBC News
Natalie Massenet Leaves Net-a-Porter Ahead of Merger With Yoox
The founder and executive chairman of Net-a-Porter has abruptly resigned, leaving the high-end fashion site ahead of its pending merger with Italian e-commerce group Yoox YXOXF -3.69 % SpA.
Net-a-Porter's Natalie Massenet quits halfway through Yoox merger  Fortune
Shares in Yoox fall after Net-A-Porter founder quits  Reuters
BOJ's Kiuchi: Inflation likely to stick near zero
TOKYO--Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda's toughest critic on the policy board said Thursday that the central bank will likely fail to achieve stable 2% inflation next year or even in the following year.
Japan won't hit inflation goal even by early 2018: BoJ board member  Hindu Business Line
BOJ's Kiuchi: Japan to miss price goal more than 2 years ahead  Reuters
US Federal Reserve unlikely to hike rates in September; What should your ...
NEW DELHI: After devaluation of yuan by China last month, uncertainty around the US Federal Reserve rate hike is something which weighing on investor sentiment across the globe.
IMF calls for Fed to delay rate rise  The Australian Financial Review
Dollar Strengthens Against Euro, Yen  Wall Street Journal
Chris world's woolliest sheep (unofficially) gets cut
About 40kg (88 lb) of wool has been sheared from a sheep found near Australia's capital, the RSPCA said on Thursday, making him unofficially the world's woolliest.
Lost Australian Sheep Yields 30 Sweaters Worth of Fleece  New York Times
Mammoth woolly sheep breaks record  The Advertiser
Oil down on stock builds, equity rally aids
LONDON Crude oil prices softened on Thursday after a surprise build in U.S. inventory levels and on a firm dollar, although stronger equity markets helped support commodities.
Crude Oil Futures Edge Lower in Calmer Trading  Wall Street Journal
Oil dips in Asia after mixed US report  Times of India
India Exit Triggers Debate on Jim Rogers' Investment Bets
Singapore-based Jim Rogers, billionaire commodity guru and trader, caught the attention of investors across the world, when in an interview to Mint newspaper he disclosed that he had sold all his stock holdings in India.
India's non-crippling labour strike  The Economist
Over 45000 register for Narendra Modi's Silicon Valley reception  Financial Express
What are the signs of a 'bear market' for stocks: 5 Q&As
The stock market's sharp downturn in recent weeks has pulled the three major U.S. stock indexes into what is known as a ''correction.
Correction or bear market? Join these experts in a live video chat  MarketWatch