Stocks Rout Hits Asia After US Slide; Yen Gains: Markets Wrap

  1. Stocks Rout Hits Asia After US Slide; Yen Gains: Markets Wrap  Bloomberg
  2. Why the Dow tumbled 600 points and the Nasdaq fell into correction territory for the first time in 2 years  MarketWatch
  3. Futures point to rebound on Thursday from Dow’s 600-point slide  CNBC
  4. Stocks plunge again, wiping out gains for the year  The Boston Globe
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US futures dive sharply as Wall Street rout batters markets

  1. US futures dive sharply as Wall Street rout batters markets  CNBC
  2. US Stocks Drop as Bond Yields Keep Climbing  Wall Street Journal
  3. US futures signal that the global market bloodbath is just getting started  Business Insider
  4. Dow Jones plunges more than 800 points as tech stocks and rate worries weigh  Telegraph.co.uk
  5. Why the stock market tumbled Wednesday, ushering in its worst start to a quarter in about 2 years  MarketWatch
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Italy raises deficit target, defies EU and rattles markets

Italy raises deficit target, defies EU and rattles marketsItaly has the heaviest debt burden among big European Union economies, at 131 percent of gross domestic product. It is under pressure from the EU to rein in spending amid fears it could sow the seeds of a debt crisis in the euro zone. It marked a victory for the ruling parties over Economy Minister Giovanni Tria, an unaffiliated technocrat whom investors had considered a comparative fiscal conservative.


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Italy raises deficit target, defies EU and rattles markets

Italy raises deficit target, defies EU and rattles marketsItaly has the heaviest debt burden among big European Union economies, at 131 percent of gross domestic product. It is under pressure from the EU to rein in spending amid fears it could sow the seeds of a debt crisis in the euro zone. It marked a victory for the ruling parties over Economy Minister Giovanni Tria, an unaffiliated technocrat whom investors had considered a comparative fiscal conservative.


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