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Asia markets trade lower ahead of US presidential debate, OPEC meeting
Asia markets were lower on Monday, with sentiment this week likely to be dominated by the first U.S. presidential debate, as well as an upcoming informal meeting of OPEC producers.
Asian shares fall, brace for bruising US presidential debate  Reuters
Global stocks mostly lower ahead of US presidential debate  Washington Post
Singapore-based music startup buys 49% stake in Rolling Stone
The company behind iconic music magazine Rolling Stone has sold a 49 percent share in the business to a startup from Singapore in a bid to grow its international reach.
How It Feels to Be a Rolling Stone  Bloomberg
Rolling Stone Brings In a Singapore-Based Investor  New York Times
Volatility Tumbles in U.S., Japan Bonds on Kuroda Curve Control
The Bank of Japan's decision to focus on targeting yields across the curve, rather than just on buying 80 trillion yen ($793 billion) a year of government securities, is spurring traders to bet volatility will evaporate in the world's biggest bond ...
BOJ's Kuroda says ready to use every possible tool to hit price goal  Reuters
IMF urges BOJ to clarify policy guidance, strengthen communication
Brexit Bulletin: CEOs Are Making Plans to Leave Britain
Sign up to receive the Brexit Bulletin in your inbox. It was a busy weekend in Brexit Britain, with the one remaining U.K. party leadership contest coming to its (foregone) conclusion, and a key Remainer taking a few well-aimed jabs at the new prime ...
British CEOs Consider Relocation After Brexit -- KPMG Survey  Wall Street Journal
'Brexit' Prompts Many British CEOs to Consider Relocating, Survey Finds  New York Times
Germany's Lanxess to buy US chemical firm Chemtura for $2.7 billion
A logo of Lanxess is seen next to dark clouds at Cologne Bonn airport March 27, 2015. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay. By Ludwig Burger | FRANKFURT.
Chemtura to Be Acquired by LANXESS in ~$2.5 Billion All-Cash Transaction  Business Wire (press release)
Lanxess $2.1 Billion Chemtura Purchase Bulks Up Additives Unit  Bloomberg
Iran Issues Local Credit Cards for the First Time in Decades
TEHRAN, Iran - Iranian media are saying the country's banks will begin issuing credit cards for the first time in decades. The Monday report by several newspapers, including the daily Donya-e-Eqtesad, say the cards will be for domestic use only and do ...
Iran just introduced credit cards for the first time  Business Insider
Iran introduces credit cards  News.Az
Goldman May Regret Those Asia Cuts
Nisha Gopalan is a Bloomberg Gadfly columnist covering deals and banking. She previously worked for the Wall Street Journal and Dow Jones as an editor and a reporter.
Goldman Is Reportedly Axing Nearly 30% of Its Asia Investment Bankers  Fortune
BREAKINGVIEWS-Asian cull makes Goldman Sachs look rattled  Reuters
How to apply for Social Security Retirement Benefits
Dear Savvy Senior: What is the easiest way to apply for my Social Security retirement benefits, and how far in advance do I need to apply before I start collecting?
What to consider before paying off a vehicle loan  Los Angeles Times
Behold the GOP's Not-So-Secret Plan to Dismantle Government Services ...  AlterNet
Oil prices attempt a rebound as hopes rise for production deal
Crude-oil futures rose in early Asia trade Monday on bargain hunting and renewed hope that major producers might make progress on a deal to limit production and help whittle down the glut that has kept prices in the doldrums for more than two years.
Oil prices rebound after Algeria says all options open at OPEC meeting  Reuters
Europe shares lower ahead of OPEC; Deutsche Bank shares slide 6%  CNBC
GM Canada workers to get raises, $6000 signing bonus under new contract
General Motors plans to invest $554 million in Canadian dollars over the next four years and pay workers a $6,000 signing bonus under a proposed new contract with Unifor ratified by union members Sunday.
GM Canada workers narrowly approve sellout deal  World Socialist Web Site
GM's $421 Million Investment Deal Wins Approval By Canadian Union  Fortune