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Asian stocks mostly lower ahead of US presidential debate
TOKYO (AP) - Asian shares were mostly lower Monday as market attention turned from action from central banks to the U.S. presidential race, with a closely watched debate upcoming.
Nikkei falls on strong yen; US presidential debate in focus  Reuters
Asia markets trade lower; US presidential debate, OPEC meeting in focus  CNBC
Daily Mail  
Lanxess Is Buying Chemtura for About $2.7 Billion
To improve the German company's additives business. Lanxess AG LNXSF 1.81% said on Sunday it would buy specialty chemical company Chemtura CHMT 2.29% for about $2.12 billion in cash to improve the German company's additives business.
Lanxess Agrees to Buy Rival Chemtura for About $2.1 Billion  Bloomberg
Chemtura to Be Acquired by LANXESS in ~$2.5 Billion All-Cash Transaction  Business Wire (press release)
A Large Stake in Rolling Stone Is Being Sold to This Singaporean Company
Singapore's BandLab Technologies will buy 49% of Rolling Stone magazine from publisher Wenner Media and plans to expand the business into new markets and boost its profile in Asia, the two companies said in a statement.
Singapore's palm oil prince buys stake in music history with Rolling ...  CNBC
Rolling Stone Founder Jann Wenner Selling 49% Stake to Singapore Billionaire ...  Billboard
Optimism in UK financial sector hits global financial crisis low
Optimism about the outlook for Britain's financial services sector is at its lowest point since the financial crisis, a survey of finance firms showed on Monday.
UK Financial Sector Confidence Falls Further Amid Brexit  New York Times
Brexit: Some City firms 'more gloomy after EU vote'  BBC News
'The whole chessboard': A new document reveals Donald Trump's economic ...
Donald Trump would pull the United States out of the World Trade Organization if necessary to help American companies sell more abroad.
Clinton ties Trump's refusal to release tax returns to Russia in ad  The Hill (blog)
If the system's 'rigged,' it's long been in Trump's favor  Minneapolis Star Tribune
The Retiree With Six Incomes
This guy has nothing in the bank, but you don't have to feel sorry for him. Americans fall disastrously short with their retirement planning.
Behold the GOP's Not-So-Secret Plan to Dismantle Government Services ...  AlterNet
How to apply for Social Security Retirement Benefits  St. George Daily Spectrum
Bank of Japan Tries New Way to Spur Spending
Japan's central bank has accepted defeat on its fundamental strategy: influencing consumer expectations. The Bank of Japan 8301 -2.80 % 's policy shift last week shows the theory that has underpinned Gov.
Japan Shares Slide After Biggest Weekly Advance in Three Weeks  Bloomberg
BOJ's new framework faces test as market to scrutinise bond operations  Reuters
'Brexit' Prompts Many British CEOs to Consider Relocating, Survey Finds
LONDON - A majority of British chief executives are considering moving their headquarters or some of their operations outside Britain as a result of the country's decision to leave the European Union, according to a new survey by the accounting firm KPMG.
Car Makers Maneuver Europe's Turns  Wall Street Journal
Brexit Leads Three-Quarters of Britain's CEOs to Consider Moving  Bloomberg
Oil Prices Rise on Hopes for OPEC 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 Speculators Abandon Hope OPEC Reaches Supply Agreement  Bloomberg
OPEC unlikely to clinch oil deal until November, analysts say  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's $421 Million Investment Deal Wins Approval By Canadian Union  Fortune
GM Canada workers narrowly approve sellout deal  World Socialist Web Site