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China cuts rates again in face of weak demand, deflation...
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Stocks tumble, lose 10 percent in 2-day rout (AP)
Stock futures point to stronger Wall Street open (Reuters)
London stocks rise 0.50% as market opens (AFP)
Japan stocks fall on bleak Toyota results, outlook (AP)
Ford reports steep loss (Reuters)
Sprint posts quarterly loss, customers flee (Reuters)
China shares rise as investors hope for new policy (AP)
AIG jumps on report of possible change in loan terms (Reuters)
Munich Re 3Q profit plummets, 2008 target dropped (AP)
Job losses soar, jobless rate at 14-year high (Reuters)
Treasury prepares to broaden bailout plan: report (Reuters)
JPMorgan sees consumer loan defaults rising (Reuters)
GM shares sink 16 percent after quarterly loss (Reuters)
September pending home sales fall 4.6 percent (Reuters)
HK stock index rebounds to end 3.3 pct higher (AP)
GM burns $6.9 billion in cash, to cut costs (Reuters)
European shares struggle up, Tokyo slumps on recession strains (AFP)
FTSE 100 up 60.26 at 4,332.67 (AP)
AIG, U.S. in talks to restructure credit facility: source (Reuters)
Consumer credit rose $6.86 billion in September (Reuters)
Circuit City idles headquarters workers: paper (Reuters)
Obama's Pick for SEC Is `Urgent' Task, Lawmakers Say (Bloomberg)
Hyundai, Chrysler in talks as GM pulls out: sources (Reuters)
Berkshire Hathaway profit falls 77 percent (Reuters)
The Greek government is calling for a '...
Public funeral to be held for Elijah Marsh,...
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