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  • Euro falls as ECB expected to cut inflation outlook

    7 Jun 2017 04:52 PM |

    By CNBC: The euro has fallen more than 0.6 percent against the dollar as investors anticipate a cut in inflation forecasts when the European Central Bank (ECB) meets on Thursday.

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  • European bank bailout soothes anxious markets

    7 Jun 2017 01:09 PM |

    By Reuters : The smoothly executed rescue of Spain's struggling Banco Popular prodded European banking stocks higher on Wednesday in financial markets dominated by caution ahead of a trio of major events on Thursday.

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  • Investors in Asia batten down ahead of UK vote, Comey testimony and ECB

    7 Jun 2017 10:07 AM |

    By Reuters : Asian stocks steadied on Wednesday but investors were wary ahead of an election in Britain, a European Central Bank meeting, and testimony at a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing by James Comey, the former FBI chief fired by President Donald Trump.

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  • Bitcoin surges to record, breaking out above $2,900 for the first time

    6 Jun 2017 05:17 PM |

    By CNBC: Bitcoin surged more than 7.5 percent on Tuesday to a record, above $2,900.
    The digital currency hit a high of $2,967.48 earlier in the session before giving back some gains, according to CoinDesk.

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  • Here's why people are blaming UK leader Theresa May for her sliding election polls

    6 Jun 2017 05:12 PM |

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  • Dollar hits seven-month low, stocks, oil retreat as caution reigns

    6 Jun 2017 09:35 AM |

    By Reuters : Escalating tensions in the Middle East, the impending testimony of the former FBI director, British elections and a European Central Bank meeting this week, all took their toll on Asian stocks, oil and the dollar on Tuesday.

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  • China May data to show stable growth as exports stay solid

    5 Jun 2017 02:27 PM |

    By Reuters : China's economy is likely to have remained on a stable footing in May, buoyed by solid gains in trade and investment as economic ties with the United States take a positive turn and infrastructure spending cushions domestic growth.

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  • Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, UAE and Egypt cut diplomatic ties with Qatar

    5 Jun 2017 09:39 AM |

    By CNBC: Saudi Arabia and three other nations broke diplomatic relations with Gulf Arab state Qatar on Monday, pointing to Doha's ties to terrorism and the need to maintain national security.

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