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Citigroup Fined $400 Million By Regulators, Agrees To Fix 'Longstanding Deficiencies'

Incoming CEO Jane Fraser, who will take over early next year, has highlighted improving risk and control systems as a priority.

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Weekly jobless claims rise unexpectedly in US

Weekly jobless claims rise unexpectedly in US

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Global Stocks Fall As Fed Fails To Offer Fresh Cause For Cheer

MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan lost 0.82%, running out of steam after five straight days of gains. Japan's Nikkei shed 0.45%.

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Global Markets: Asian Stocks Cheer Upbeat Data But Temper Appetite Ahead Of Fed

The euro was down less than 0.1% to buy $1.1838, while the dollar index, which tracks the greenback against a basket of six major rivals, was treading water at 93.092.

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S&P 500 Ends Higher On Growing Hopes Fed Will Stay Accommodative

The S&P 500 financial index fell 1.4%, with Citigroup Inc dropping 6.9% following a report that federal regulators were preparing to reprimand the U.S. lender for failing to improve its risk-management systems.

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Wall Street Sees A Bright Side In 'Healthy' Tech Selloff

Prominent investor Stanley Druckenmiller - a skeptic of this year's rally - again sounded a bearish note on Wednesday, warning on CNBC that the stock market is in a mania fueled by the Federal Reserve.

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ECB To Take Aim At Strong Euro With Hints Of More Stimulus

Surveys indicate that a recent resurgence in coronavirus infections is sapping investor and consumer confidence, with many fearing fresh restrictions on ordinary life.

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Investors Go Long On Asian Currencies, Indian Rupee Bets At Three-Year High: Reuters Poll

India's economy shrank 23.9% in the three months to June, much more than forecast, pointing to a longer than previously expected recovery, with analysts calling for further stimulus.

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Singapore Extends $60 Billion Swap Facility With Fed Through March 2021

The facility launched in March this year has already seen around $22 billion provided to banks for lending, the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) said.

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Federal Reserve cuts interest rates to near zero to support US economy amid coronavirus pandemic impact

The effects of the coronavirus will weigh on economic activity in the near term and pose risks to the economic outlook.

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Federal Reserve Policymakers Increasingly Divided On Way Ahead, Minutes Show

The readout of the meeting, released on Wednesday, also showed that the Fed agreed it would soon need to discuss increasing the size of its balance sheet following ructions in short-term money markets.

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Asian Units Up As Slowdown Fears Lift Hopes For Fed Rate Cuts

A current account surplus and strong foreign reserves have helped the baht, Asia's best-performing currency, but extended strength in the unit has put pressure on the export-reliant economy and prompted central bank moves to curb inflows.

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Gold Dips 1%, Set For Weekly Fall On Good US Data, Trade Optimism

Spot gold was 0.9 per cent lower at $1,504.86 per ounce as of 0957 GMT, having shed as much as 1 per cent earlier in the session, and retreating from an over six-year peak of $1,557 touched on Wednesday.

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Gold Prices Tick Up On Recession Fears, Trade Uncertainty

On Wednesday, the bullion ended lower but remained around its over six-year peak of $1,554.56 hit on Monday.

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Oil Falls As Trade War Raises Recession Fears

Brent crude was down 63 cents, or 1.1 per cent, at $ 58.71 a barrel by 0232 GMT, having earlier touched $ 58.24, the lowest since Aug. 15.

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