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Japan stocks see biggest gain this year, lead sharp Asia rebound
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese stocks led a rally in Asia on Monday, after solid U.S. data and earnings calmed tumult in global financial markets and reassured investors worried about the health of the world economy.
Japan leads Asia stocks higher after US rebound  Boston Herald
Dollar up in Asia as stock markets rally  Economic Times
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The American Financial System Could Learn From the Boston Fed
The economic health of low- and moderate-income members of the local community has always been an important issue to the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston.
Fed's Rosengren Sticks to 3% Growth Forecast, Sees End for QE  Bloomberg
Boston Fed considers ways to bridge income gaps  Boston Globe
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Data show German government's tax income still rising as Berlin faces pressure ...
BERLIN - New data show that the German government's tax receipts are still rising as Berlin faces cooling growth prospects at home and pressure from abroad to increase spending.
France urges Germany to boost investment spending  Reuters
France calls on Germany to invest 50 billion euros  Deutsche Welle
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SAP profit rises 15%, but cuts earnings outlook
FRANKFURT--Enterprise software provider SAP AG lowered its earnings outlook for this year Monday, even as it reported a 15% increase in third-quarter net profit, boosted by growth in subscriptions for its cloud-based software products.
SAP Cuts 2014 Forecast as Third-Quarter Earnings Miss  Businessweek
SAP cloud sales quicken, deferred sales hit outlook  Reuters
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Metro sales drop 2.6% on euro, asset disposals
FRANKFURT-- Metro AG on Monday reported a 2.6% decline in fourth-quarter sales after a strong euro and asset disposals derailed growth, though the German retailer said it would meet targets for the year.
Metro Group Posts Reported Sales Of EUR 63.0 Bln In FY 2013/14  NASDAQ
Germany's Metro reports 4pc fall in sales  Business Recorder
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Lufthansa pilots' strike expanded to long-haul services
A Lufthansa pilots' strike on Monday affecting mostly European flights has been expanded to include long-haul destinations on Tuesday.
Pilots at Lufthansa Long-Haul Fleet to Strike  ABC News
Pilots at Lufthansa to start 35-hour strike Monday  The Seattle Times
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Survey: Wage increases grow scarcer even as US hiring remains strong; sales ...
WASHINGTON - U.S. businesses were much less likely to boost pay in the third quarter than in previous months, even as hiring remained healthy, a sign that wage gains may remain weak in the coming months.
Survey: Pay raises rarer despite strong US hiring  WHP Harrisburg
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Implosion brings down historic Texas 'Houston Club' building
The historic Houston Club, built in 1954 for Texas socialites, is now a pile of rubble after more than 500 pounds of explosives brought it down.
Houston Club building crumbles in implosion  Houston Chronicle
Houston Club building imploded downtown  KPRC Houston
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Philips Profit Misses Estimates on Woes in China, Russia
Frans Van Houten, Chief Executive Officer of Royal Philips NV, gestures as he delivers a keynote speech during the company's innovation day at the Evoluon Center in Eindhoven, Netherlands, on Sept.
Philips posts 3rd quarter loss  New Zealand Herald
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Yahoo CEO Faces Key Earnings Call Amid Investor Pressure
Yahoo! Inc. (YHOO:US)'s earnings call this week has turned into a must-win situation for Chief Executive Officer Marissa Mayer.
Yahoo set to outline cost-cutting efforts: Report  Economic Times
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