- US business inventories rebound; sales fall
- The Fed is likely to drop 'patient' word next week, clearing way for July cut, economists say
- Half of Americans say their financial situation hasn't improved since the Great Recession
- Trump says stock market would be '10,000 points higher' if Fed didn't raise rates
- US retail sales rose in May, while April was revised higher
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- Hedge fund Third Point calls on Sony to spin off semiconductor unit
- Safe havens emerge in China, South Asia as recession risks grow
- Seeking shelter from trade war, fund managers bet on China's consumers
- Australian regulator slaps stricter conditions on AMP's pension funds, shares fall
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The president's salvo came as his own treasury secretary scrambles to calm nervous investors.
Despite big deductions already made, shops will have to cut prices further on Boxing Day, say analysts.
It will allow the bank to continue operating freely across the EU in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
- Saudi Arabia blames Iran for tanker attacks but doesn't want war
- Saudi seeks oil supply protection as U.S and Iran face off
- For U.S.-bound Central American migrants, better to stay in Mexico than be sent home
- Saudi crown prince calls for 'decisive stand' on tanker attacks
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