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Asian shares mostly fall as investors watch for inflation

TOKYO — Asian shares were mostly lower Friday in muted trading, as investors kept an eye on inflation and awaited…

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Asian stocks gain after Wall St rebounds from inflation jolt

BEIJING — Asian stock markets surged Friday after Wall Street rebounded from a slump caused by worse-than-forecast inflation numbers. Japan’s…

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Stocks swing higher in Wall Street’s latest corkscrew moves

NEW YORK — Stocks are swinging sharply higher on Wall Street Thursday after erasing steep earlier losses caused by a…

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Inflation cut in half: Moody’s Analytics’ Mark Zandi sees major relief within six months

The U.S. will see inflation cut in half within six months, according to Mark Zandi of Moody’s Analytics. His call,…

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US, global stocks fall after IMF cuts economic forecast

NEW YORK — Stocks fell in morning trading on Wall Street Tuesday as global fears about a looming recession were…

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Asian shares extend losses as specter of recession looms

BANGKOK — Asian shares slipped on Monday, with Chinese markets logging moderate losses after reopening from a weeklong holiday to…

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Stocks slump on fears about rates, recession after jobs data

NEW YORK — Good news on the economy remains bad news for Wall Street, and stocks are falling sharply Friday…

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Another month of solid US hiring suggests more big Fed hikes

WASHINGTON — America’s employers slowed their hiring in September but still added 263,000 jobs, a solid figure that will likely…

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Major indexes slip in afternoon trading on Wall Street

NEW YORK — Stocks fell in afternoon trading on Wall Street Thursday as the broader market continued pulling back from…

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Turkey’s annual inflation hits new 24-year high at 83.45%

Official data show that Turkey’s annual inflation reached a new 24-year high of 83.45% in September, pushing the cost of…

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