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Stocks, once buoyant, face fresh threats
The U.S. stock market, which late last week seemed to be cruising along and climbing to ever-higher altitudes, is suddenly showing signs of fragility.
The Expensive Search for India's Alibaba  Wall Street Journal
Alibaba Slips for a Second Day, Yahoo! Rising; Turning Focus to Earnings  Barron's (blog)
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Euro-Area Surveys Show Slowdown Putting Pressure on ECB
A gauge of new orders for the euro area slipped to 51.2 this month, from 52.4 in August, the data showed. Photographer: Akos Stiller/Bloomberg.
Banks take less money in ECB's weekly tender after TLTRO launch  Daily Mail
Posted by Shoaib-ur-Rehman Siddiqui  Business Recorder
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US moves to curb tax bill reducing inversions
... - With Congress unable to agree on legislation to stem a surge of offshore corporate moves, the Obama administration took executive action Monday to discourage companies from shifting their headquarters abroad to reduce their U.S.
Treasury Department Takes Aim at Corporate Inversions  Fox Business
Tax inversion target companies hit by US crackdown  Fortune
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US STOCKS SNAPSHOT-Wall St opens lower after strikes in Syria
NEW YORK, Sept 23 (Reuters) - U.S. stocks opened lower on Tuesday, putting the S&P on pace for a third straight fall, as conflict in the Middle East intensified and after the U.S.
US STOCKS SNAPSHOT-Wall St ends lower on housing data  Reuters
US stocks retreat from records; Nasdaq down 1.14 per cent  Economic Times
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Yara International, CF Industries in Merger Talks
RS Platou Markets analyst Per Haagensen called the potential tie-up "a perfect match" that would help Yara expand its foothold in the U.S.
Giant fertiliser combo looks tough to cultivate  Reuters Blogs (blog)
Yara, CF Industries hold merger talks  The Deal Pipeline
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UPDATE 1-Carnival profit beats estimates on jump in Asian cruise demand
(Adds details). Sept 23 (Reuters) - Carnival Corp, the world's largest cruise operator, reported a better-than-expected quarterly profit and raised its full-year profit forecast as higher demand from Chinese holiday makers boosted ticket sales for cruises in Asia.
Carnival Raises Forecast as Cruise Bookings Jump  Businessweek
Why Carnival (CCL) Stock Is Rising Today
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Greece Merits Austerity Break, Samaras Tells Merkel
BERLIN�Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras told German Chancellor Angela Merkel Tuesday that his country is in no need of a new rescue package from international lenders but requested Berlin's support for his government's plans to boost growth and ...
Greece sees early exit from EU/IMF bailout, PM says  Reuters
Samaras Raises Early IMF Exit by Greece on Trip to Merkel  Businessweek
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Deadbeat Diplomats Owe NYC $16 Million in Unpaid Parking Fines
Diplomatic staff based in New York City have racked up $16 million in unpaid parking tickets, according to municipal data obtained by the Wall Street Journal.
Diplomats owe $16 million in unpaid NYC parking tickets. Who owes most?  Christian Science Monitor
Diplomats owe NYC $16M in unpaid parking tickets
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Chinese Restaurant Blasts Picky Patrons, 'Doesn't Give A Sh*t' About Gluten-Free
Eater reported that back-to-back encounters with disgruntled patrons -- one group that refused to pay because the food was too spicy, and another diner who swore at him -- put SO owner James Chu over the top.
Fed-up chef posts angry signs telling hard-to-please customers to stay away  Fox News
San Francisco Chinese Restaurant Temporarily Closes Because Pleasing ...  The Consumerist
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Shoemaker Jimmy Choo to list shares in London
LONDON - Luxury shoemaker Jimmy Choo has announced plans to list at least a quarter of its shares on the London Stock Exchange next month.
UPDATE 2-Shoe maker Jimmy Choo to step out on London market  Reuters
Jimmy Choo to step out on London market
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