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Equity sell off accelerates after Fed comments – Financial Times



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Equity sell off accelerates after Fed comments
Financial Times
Thursday 06.30 BST. European stocks look set to join the heavy sell off seen across Asia, which started in the US overnight in response to the Federal Reserve's confirmation that it expects to start easing its asset purchases later this year. Equities, particularly 
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FedEx Shares Dip on Growth Concerns – CNBC.com



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FedEx Shares Dip on Growth Concerns
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FedEx said on Wednesday it was cutting its capacity between the United States and Asia, sending its shares lower on concerns about future growth, even as the world's biggest air-freight company posted a stronger-than-expected profit. The company 
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Nikkei outperforms Asian stocks as Fed looms – Reuters



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Nikkei outperforms Asian stocks as Fed looms
Reuters
By Ian Chua. SYDNEY | Tue Jun 18, 2013 11:51pm EDT. SYDNEY (Reuters) – Japanese stocks rose on Wednesday, thanks to a positive lead from Wall Street plus a softer yen, outperforming the rest of Asia which anxiously seeks clarity on the Federal 
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Obama: Bernanke Term is ‘Longer Than He Wanted’ – Bloomberg



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Obama: Bernanke Term is 'Longer Than He Wanted'
Bloomberg
President Barack Obama said Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke has stayed in his post “longer than he wanted,” one of the clearest signals the central bank chief will leave when his current term expires next year. “Ben Bernanke's done an 
Dollar Rises Slightly Vs Yen As Investors Speculate Over Fed PolicyWall Street Journal
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Nikkei Enters Bear Market – Wall Street Journal



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Nikkei Enters Bear Market
Wall Street Journal
The Nikkei Stock Average tumbled into bear market territory Thursday. The WSJ's Jake Lee tells Deborah Kan why Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's economic program is facing fresh doubts. Markets across Asia suffered another bruising day as
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Dollar still in firing line ahead of US jobs report – Reuters



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Dollar still in firing line ahead of US jobs report
Reuters
By Sophie Knight and Ian Chua. TOKYO/SYDNEY | Fri Jun 7, 2013 12:01am EDT. TOKYO/SYDNEY (Reuters) – The U.S. dollar remained under pressure in Asia on Friday after suffering its biggest one-day decline in three years against the yen as market 
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Chuck Hagel rebuked by Chinese general over US buildup in Asia – The Guardian



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Chuck Hagel rebuked by Chinese general over US buildup in Asia
The Guardian
US defence secretary Chuck Hagel was challenged by a Chinese general Saturday to better explain the US military's Asia pivot, just moments after the Pentagon chief warned Beijing over cyberwarfare. In a speech at a high-profile security conference in
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Hagel chides China for cyber-espionage – Washington Post



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Hagel chides China for cyber-espionage
Washington Post
SINGAPORE — Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel took China to task for alleged cyber-espionage on Saturday, drawing a sharp response from a Chinese general who questioned whether the United States' growing military presence in Asia is anything more
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China skeptical of expanded US role in the Pacific – Newsday



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China skeptical of expanded US role in the Pacific
Newsday
SINGAPORE – (AP) — A Chinese military leader on Saturday pointedly questioned the expanded U.S. role in the Pacific after the Pentagon chief said he hoped for better military ties between the two powers. U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel, in a speech at
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Hagel chides China for cyber espionage – Washington Post



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Hagel chides China for cyber espionage
Washington Post
SINGAPORE — Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel took China to task for alleged cyber espionage on Saturday, drawing a sharp response from a Chinese general who questioned whether America's growing military presence in Asia is anything more than an
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