segunda-feira, 12 de setembro de 2016

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL-Clinton to Release More Medical Records After Pneumonia Diagnosis

Clinton to Release More Medical Records After Pneumonia Diagnosis

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton will release additional medical records this week, after a health-related stumble while exiting a 9/11 ceremony put her well-being into the spotlight. 510in a day

Trump Claims Yellen Is Holding Rates Low to Aid Obama

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump ratcheted up his criticism of the Federal Reserve and Chairwoman Janet Yellen, saying the central bank is keeping rates low to help President Barack Obama. 151in a day

ISIS Using Encrypted Apps, Written Notes to Avoid Tracking

Islamic State terrorists now use a mix of encrypted chat apps, face-to-face meetings, written notes and misdirection, all of which leave few electronic clues for Western intelligence agencies. 66in 18 hours

Syria’s Assad Vows to Fight Rebels Despite Cease-Fire

A U.S.-Russian brokered cease-fire took effect in Syria, hours after President Bashar al-Assad vowed to keep fighting what he called “terrorists” and take back rebel-controlled territory. in a day

U.S. Stocks Steady After Rout Tied to Rate-Rise Fears

U.S. stocks steadied after closing at their lowest levels since July 7 on Friday amid investor concerns that central banks around the world were running out of willingness or ability to prop up markets. in a day

Jump in Yields Raises Fear of Return to Bond Market ‘Tantrum’

The selloff in government bonds that started last week continued to ripple through financial markets as investors dialed back their expectations of future central bank stimulus. in a day

Canadian Fertilizer Giants Agrium and Potash to Merge

Canadian fertilizer giants Agrium and Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan confirmed plans to merge, in a deal that would create a crop-nutrient giant worth about $27 billion. in a day
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