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Asian stocks

Asia edgy on lingering growth anxiety, China inflation slows

Asian stocks were cautiously up on Wednesday as benign inflation data in China and more gloom in the euro zone economy lent credence to fears of a faltering global economic recovery.

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Barclays Plc

Barclays index business auction hits snag- sources

Barclays Plc's (BARC.L) auction of its index business, which includes the widely used Barclays U.S. Aggregate Bond Index, has hit a snag, after would-be buyers realized some crucial bond pricing data that does not belong to the British bank will not be part of the package, two people familiar with the situation said.

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Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange

Wall St. leads stocks selloff; dollar slides on Fed views

Stocks on Wall Street tumbled in late selling on Monday as the technical picture soured for the S&P 500, while the U.S. dollar posted its worst day in a year after comments from Federal Reserve officials hinted at delays in expected interest rate hikes.

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Deutsche Lufthansa

European stocks reverse losses but markets wary over growth

European stocks reversed early losses on Monday as airline shares gained after crude oil prices fell to near a four-year low, though broad dollar weakness and a jump in gold signaled investor concern over global economic health.

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Asian stocks

Stocks, oil flounder on growth anxiety, China data little help

Asian stocks stumbled to seven-month lows on Monday, while crude oil prices were pinned near a four-year trough as promising trade numbers out of China failed to cheer a market still worried about faltering global growth.

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Japanese Yen Notes

Yen rises as global growth woes hit risk sentiment

The yen scaled a one-month high against the dollar on Monday, as heightened worries about the health of the global economy continued to shore up the safe-haven Japanese currency.

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Germany's Minister of Finance Wolfgang Schauble

Euro zone seeks to soften German opposition to stimulus spending

France and Italy will keep pressure on Germany this week to use government money to revive the euro zone's stagnating economy but in a sign of inertia, a promised list of projects to create growth will not be ready until December.

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Fund managers line up for high-yielding energy company subsidiaries

The hunt for dividend yield is pushing U.S. fund managers into an unproven new offshoot of the alternative energy industry. Yield companies - commonly called "yieldcos" - are spinoffs of alternative energy companies that own assets such as wind or solar farms and pay investors dividends out of the cash flow generated by long-term contracts to sell power to utility companies.

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World Bank/IMF annual meetings

World economies warn of global risks, call for bold action

The International Monetary Fund's member countries on Saturday said bold action was needed to bolster the global economic recovery and they urged governments not to squelch growth by tightening budgets too drastically, although Germany poured cold water on the idea of a new global "crisis."

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Morgan Stanley

Morgan Stanley says 'no assurance' Rosneft deal will close

Morgan Stanley said on Friday that there is "no assurance" a deal to sell its physical oil trading business to Russian oil company Rosneft will close.

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Jeff Bewkes

CEO Bewkes needs to show Time Warner better alone than with Murdoch

Ten years ago, Walt Disney Co, having fended off a hostile bid from Comcast, had to make a case why it was better off as an independent company.

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New York Stock Exchange

Global shares hit six-month low as growth worries mount

Global shares fell to a six-month trough and Brent crude futures tumbled to their lowest since 2010 on Friday as investors worried about the prospect of a widespread economic slowdown just as U.S. monetary stimulus nears its end.

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Lehman Brothers

National Stock Exchange to be bought by Lehman ex-CEO, OpenMatch: WSJ

Former Lehman Brothers Holdings Chief Executive Officer Richard Fuld Jr. and OpenMatch Holdings are involved in a deal to buy the Jersey City-based National Stock Exchange (NSX), the Wall Street Journal reported, citing people familiar with the matter.

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The Apple logo in Sydney

Icahn urges 'undervalued' Apple to buy back more shares

Billionaire activist investor Carl Icahn said Apple Inc's (AAPL.O) shares could double in value and urged the company's board to buy back more shares using its $133 billion cash pile.

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Stocks

Wall Street sells off on growth concerns; volatility picks up

The S&P 500 on Thursday posted its largest percentage decline in six months on concerns about the strength of the global economy and its effect on corporate earnings.

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