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China's central bank is injecting $81 billion into major state-owned banks to counter a worse-than-expected slowdown. But economists warned the move may not be enough.
By Lingling Wei
The Wall Street Journal,  Sep. 17, 2014    E-mail this to a Friend
Calpers's decision to get out of hedge funds underscores that the rapid growth of alternative investment managers hasn't been matched by stellar performance.
By Justin Lahart
The Wall Street Journal,  Sep. 17, 2014    E-mail this to a Friend
Bank Will Provide Markets with One-Day Currency Swaps of Up to $1 Billion
By Alexander Kolyandr
The Wall Street Journal,  Sep. 16, 2014    E-mail this to a Friend
The Bharatiya Janata Party, coming off a huge victory in May’s parliamentary elections, did poorly in by-elections in three northern states.
By HARI KUMAR
The New York Times,  Sep. 16, 2014    E-mail this to a Friend
Lawmakers ratified the agreement that was rejected by Ukraine’s former leader, which led to his overthrow in February. They also passed laws meant to strengthen the truce with rebels.
By NEIL MacFARQUHAR
The New York Times,  Sep. 16, 2014    E-mail this to a Friend
Standard & Poor's cut Venezuela's credit rating further into junk territory, citing the government's failure to take steps to combat the country's rising inflation and deepening economic crisis.
By Chelsey Dulaney
The Wall Street Journal,  Sep. 17, 2014    E-mail this to a Friend
U.S. stocks rallied, with the Dow closing just short of a record, as investors weighed the likelihood that the Fed will continue to emphasize low interest rates coming out of its policy-setting meeting Wednesday.
By Matt Jarzemsky
The Wall Street Journal,  Sep. 16, 2014    E-mail this to a Friend
The Argentine peso hit record lows against the U.S. dollar in black market trading after the central bank reported the biggest one-day drop in its international reserves since the government defaulted on some of its debt July 30.
By Ken Parks
The Wall Street Journal,  Sep. 16, 2014    E-mail this to a Friend
Despite a decline in hunger levels, 11.3 percent of the world’s population does not get enough to eat, the United Nations said in a new report.
By SOMINI SENGUPTA
The New York Times,  Sep. 16, 2014    E-mail this to a Friend
Southern border seen as exposed to terrorist-held areas
By Piotr Zalewski in Istanbul
Financial Times,  Sep. 16, 2014    E-mail this to a Friend
Stocks in Hong Kong led Asian markets higher, after China resorted to using another targeted stimulus measure for jump-starting its economy and as a meeting of the U.S. Federal Reserve drew near.
By Chao Deng
The Wall Street Journal,  Sep. 17, 2014    E-mail this to a Friend
A federal judge affirmed the CFTC's ability to impose its postcrisis rules overseas, handing a win to the agency as it tries to apply its swaps rules both inside and outside the U.S.
By Andrew Ackerman
The Wall Street Journal,  Sep. 17, 2014    E-mail this to a Friend
The California Public Employees’ Retirement System said it would liquidate its hedge fund investments in the next year over concerns that they are too complicated and expensive.
By ALEXANDRA STEVENSON and MICHAEL CORKERY
The New York Times,  Sep. 16, 2014    E-mail this to a Friend
Lawmakers ratified the agreement that was rejected by Ukraine’s former leader, which led to his overthrow in February. They also passed laws meant to strengthen the truce with rebels.
By NEIL MacFARQUHAR
The New York Times,  Sep. 16, 2014    E-mail this to a Friend
Pressure eases on Bank of England to raise interest rates
By Sarah O’Connor, Economics Correspondent
Financial Times,  Sep. 16, 2014    E-mail this to a Friend
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