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Washington, October 16, 2013
The US Senate prepared for a last ditch effort to avoid a historic lapse in the government's borrowing authority, a breach that President Barack Obama has said could lead to default and deliver a damaging blow to the global economy.

Associated Press
New York, October 16, 2013
Treasurys are denominated in US dollars, the main currency used by central banks and major financial institutions around the world.  They allow the US to borrow cheaply to pay its bills and influence rates on home mortgages and many other kinds of loans.
June 18, 2013
Reliance Industries plans to invest Rs 1.5 lakh crore over three years, said Chairman Mukesh Ambani at the recent annual general meeting in Mumbai.

Associated Press
London, May 23, 2013
Financial markets around the world were roiled on Thursday after Japanese stocks suffered their biggest slide since the country was hit by a devastating tsunami more than two years ago.

Associated Press
London, May 9, 2013
Global markets remained buoyant on Wednesday, a day after a number of indexes hit record highs, as many investors kept buying stocks following forecast-busting U.S. jobs figures.

New York, April 18, 2013
World equity markets and commodities fell on Wednesday as global growth concerns continued to take a heavy toll on investor sentiment and disappointing earnings reports weighed on Wall Street stocks.

Associated Press
Tokyo, April 4, 2013
Bowing to demands from Prime Minister Shinzo Abe for more aggressive monetary easing, the Bank of Japan announced Thursday a policy overhaul intended to double the money supply and achieve a 2 per cent inflation target at the \"earliest possible time, with a time horizon of about two years.\"

Sanjiv Shankaran
March 15, 2013
Speaking on the first day of the India Today Conclave in New Delhi, the Chief Economic Adviser in the finance ministry says the global economic crisis, which has played out largely in US and Europe over the last few years, marks the end of a whole way of economic growth.

Associated Press
Washington, March 2, 2013
President Barack Obama and congressional Republicans failed to find a compromise that would have blocked an $85 billion budget reduction. Now, spending cuts will start to hit the U.S. military and a vast array of other government programs.

Associated Press
January 4, 2013
Japan's benchmark stock index soared on its first trading day of the new year on Friday, as investors reacted to a weakening yen and Washington's temporary avoidance of the so-called fiscal cliff.

Associated Press
Beijing , December 31, 2012
China's manufacturing grew at its strongest rate in 18 months in December but new exports fell from the previous month due to weak global demand, a survey showed on Monday.

Associated Press
Washington , December 31, 2012
The deal in Congress to avert the \"fiscal cliff\" was proving elusive on Sunday as a deadline to avert tax hikes on virtually every American worker and block sweeping spending cuts set to strike the Defense Department and other federal agencies grew perilously near.

Associated Press
Washington, November 16, 2012
Here is a look at the fiscal cliff, its origins and the possible solutions for avoiding its disastrous effects:

Associated Press
Washington, September 7, 2012
The government also said Friday that 41,000 fewer jobs were created in July and June than first estimated. The economy has added just 139,000 jobs a month since the start of the year, below 2011's average of 153,000.

Associated Press
New York, July 23, 2012
Borrowing costs rose sharply for Spain and Italy after news the Spanish economy contracted by a quarterly rate of 0.4 per cent in the second quarter. Falling economic output makes it more difficult for Spain to deal with its debts.

Associated Press
Washington, July 17, 2012
The U.S. economy has weakened and the Federal Reserve is ready to take further action to bolster growth if conditions don't improve, Chairman Ben Bernanke told a congressional panel on Tuesday.

Associated Press
July 13, 2012
It was the second downgrade in five months for Italy. Moody's downgraded the country, along with Spain and Portugal, in February.
June 29, 2012
Benchmark US crude jumped by $4.49, or 5.8 per cent, on Friday to $82.18 per barrel in New York while Brent crude rose by $4.15, or 4.5 percent, to $95.51 per barrel in London. A day earlier, oil hit its lowest level since early October.

Associated Press
Brussels, June 20, 2012
The leaders of the 17 countries that use the euro have been under global pressure to find a substantial solution to the debt crisis rather than piecemeal measures that provide only temporary relief.

Associated Press
New York, June 14, 2012
Major market indexes wavered for much of the day but fell sharply after the finance minister of Cyprus warned that his country may seek its own bailout this week, stoking the uneasy feeling that the crisis is far from over.

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