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18 MINS AGO - MarketWatch

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Europe Markets: European stocks pull lower ahead of Fed, Scottish vote

European stocks slump Tuesday, with investors facing the dual uncertainties of the Fed’s outlook on interest rates and the upcoming Scottish independence referendum.

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38 MINS AGO - TheStreet

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September 16 Premarket Briefing: 10 Things You Should Know

NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Here are 10 things you should know for Tuesday, Sept. 16: 1. -- U.S. stock futures were falling Tuesday and some Europeanaindicesawere trading at two-week lows, as Federal Reserve policy makers prepared to begin a two-day meeting. Asian stocks ended Tuesday's session with losses. Read More: EMC Is Under Pressure to Sell VMware but Would Shareholders ...

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1 HOUR AGO - Globe and Mail

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Premarket: World stocks hit one-month low, focus on Fed

Markets brace for a Federal Reserve meeting, looking for clues on whether the U.S. central bank could raise interest rates sooner than previously expected

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1 HOUR AGO - Reuters

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World stocks hit one-month low, focus on Fed

LONDON (Reuters) - Global shares slipped to a one-month low on Tuesday as markets braced for a Federal Reserve meeting, when investors will be looking for clues on whether the U.S. central bank could raise interest rates sooner than previously expected.

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2 HOURS AGO - Business Insider

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ECB's Predicament Leaves Peers Mute On Currency Depreciation

By Eva Taylor, Leika Kihara and Howard SchneiderFRANKFURT/TOKYO/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Attempts by the European Central Bank to weaken the euro have the potential to spark a currency war but policymakers across the world are keeping silent, knowing the ECB has scant alternatives to keep its economy afloat.Euro zone central bankers have spelled out the need for a weaker euro to ...

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