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Would FCA's Sergio Marchionne Really Try to Force GM Into A Merger?
If anyone thought Sergio Marchionne, the wily and outspoken chief executive of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles , would accept General Motor's refusal to consider a merger, they should think again.
INDUSTRY ON TRIAL  Automotive News
Automotive News: Fiat Chrysler Plans to 'Bear Hug' GM  Newsmax
Indian economy offers hope as China struggles
NEW DELHI For investors worried about the health of emerging economies, India's gross domestic product data for April-June should supply some cheer on Monday - the country is expected to remain the fastest growing major economy for a second straight ...
China's market missteps tripping up others  Dallas Morning News
Goldman: Yuan Is Not Overvalued  Barron's (blog)
UPDATE 2-Japan July industrial output falls, signals laboured economic recovery
(Adds economist's quotes on GDP forecasts). * July output -0.6 pct vs forecast +0.1 pct. * Output seen +2.8 pct in Aug, -1.7 pct in Sept.
Japan factory output turns down in July as China demand slumps  Economic Times
Japan July industrial output falls, signals laboured economic recovery  Financial Express
Challenged on Left and Right, the Fed Faces a Decision on Rates
JACKSON HOLE, Wyo. - Conservative activists who want the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates distributed chocolate coins in golden wrappers at the local airport last week as Fed officials arrived for their annual policy retreat.
Emerging Markets Debts See The Worst Outflow Since Taper Tantrum  Barron's (blog)
Fed's Fischer: 'Good Reason' to Think US Inflation Will Move Higher  Morningstar.com
Asian stocks set for worst monthly drop in three years on global rout
HONG KONG Asian shares fell on Monday and looked set for their worst monthly performance in three years after top Federal Reserve officials kept the door open for an interest rate hike in September and Chinese stock markets took a fresh tumble.
Drop in the Bucket  The New Yorker
Asian stocks sag as Fed rate prospects revived, China still a worry  Livemint
UPDATE 1-Oil prices fall on profit taking, rate hike uncertainty
(Adds comment, updates prices). By Keith Wallis. SINGAPORE Aug 31 (Reuters) - Oil prices fell in Asia on Monday as traders took profits, snapping gains last week that saw the biggest two-day rally in six years.
Oil Set for Third Monthly Drop as U.S. Rig Count Gains Amid Glut  Bloomberg
Oil prices fall on profit taking, rate hike uncertainty  Economic Times
Eni Boasts of 'Super Giant' Gas Discovery in Egypt, Threatening Israeli Export ...
Italian energy giant Eni has continued its push into Egypt with news that it has discovered an enormous offshore natural gas field just off the country's Mediterranean shore, boosting the country's energy aspirations.
Vast Reserves of Natural Gas Found Off the Coast of Egypt  New York Times
'Supergiant' gas field  Irish Independent
Shanghai Stocks Begin the Week on a Down Note
Asian markets struggled to shake off a global selloff Monday, with Shanghai leading the region lower as investors assessed Beijing's latest debt-related reforms.
China stocks fall more than 1 percent in early trade  Reuters
MarketsChina shares slump as Beijing scraps support  Financial Times
Why I Wouldn't Short Berkshire Hathaway
In times like these,with the markets swinging wildly and lower, it's tempting to bet against large companies with broad exposure to the economy at home and abroad.
Buffet buys back into Whitegate owner  Irish Independent
Buffet outrages environmentalists with $4.5 billion stake in Houston oil refiner  State Column
Suzuki shares rise after battle with Volkswagen settled in court
Shares in Suzuki Motor Corp jumped 4.6 percent early on Monday as investors cheered the settlement of a years-long dispute between the Japanese automaker and Volkswagen AG in an international arbitration court.
Suzuki Plans to Go It Alone After Four-Year VW Dispute Ends  Bloomberg
Suzuki Motor to buy back VW stake as court settles feud  Moneycontrol.com