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  • Capital flows out of UK before Scots vote on independence, report shows

    LONDON (Reuters) - Investors pulled $27 billion out of UK financial assets last month - the biggest capital outflow since the Lehman crisis in 2008 - as concern mounted about the economic and financial consequences if Scotland left the UK, a report showed...
  • Stocks open lower as sluggish month continues

    NEW YORK (AP) — U.S. stock indexes are opening slightly lower as the market's sluggish September continues. The Dow Jones industrial average eased 27 points, or 0.2%, to 17,021 as of 9:34 a.m. Eastern time Friday. The Standard & Poor's 500 index...
  • INSIDE SLANT

    The Sports Xchange NFL Team Report - Dallas Cowboys - INSIDE SLANT Healthy but rusty Romo must step up for Cowboys Quarterback Tony Romo is the focal point even more than usual as his Dallas Cowboys head into Sunday's matchup against the Tennessee...
  • David Rosenberg: U.S. stocks in correction, but bull market intact

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - The U.S. stock market has entered into a corrective phase, but the underlying bull market remains in place, David Rosenberg, chief economist and strategist of Canadian asset manager Gluskin Sheff, said on Thursday. "We are in some...
  • RBS, Lloyds to move south if Scots vote for independence

    LONDON (Reuters) - Scotland's two biggest banks have said they would relocate to England if Scots vote for independence next week, adding to the economic uncertainties the country faces if it decides to end its 307-year union with the rest of the UK. The...
  • Factbox: British banks warn they'll head south if Scotland quits

    LONDON (Reuters) - Scotland's biggest five banks will relocate to England if Scots vote for independence next week, adding to the economic uncertainties the country faces if it decides to end its 307-year union with the rest of the United Kingdom. The...
  • Euro zone inflation, growth projections muted despite ECB stimulus: poll

    (Reuters) - The European Central Bank's latest raft of policy measures have failed to impress forecasters in a Reuters poll, who stuck to predictions of below-target inflation and weak growth. The euro zone's central bank surprised markets last week by...
  • World waits for white smoke from U.S. Fed

    FRANKFURT (Reuters) - The U.S. Federal Reserve may give clearer hints on when it will hike the cost of borrowing in the United States in the coming week, as struggling Europe braces for a tight vote in Scotland on whether to leave the United Kingdom....
  • Show us the money: EU seeks billions of euros to revive economy

    MILAN Italy (Reuters) - The European Union sought ways on Saturday to marshal billions of euros into its sluggish economy without getting deeper into debt, considering options from a pan-European capital market to a huge investment fund. With Europe's...
  • Exclusive: MSCI global indices may include Alibaba after investor queries

    Exclusive: MSCI global indices may include Alibaba after investor queries
    (Reuters) - Stock index provider MSCI Inc is considering changing its rules to allow shares of Alibaba Group Holding [IPO-BABA.N] and other companies that list their shares in faraway markets to be included in its widely used indexes. The MSCI announced...
  • With eye on market stability, Fischer carves out Fed role

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer has been tapped to head a new financial stability panel at the U.S. central bank, an influential perch he could use to try to broaden and enhance the Fed's powers to ward off a future...