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LMEWEEK-China’s 2014 metals demand seen brightening, helped by building … – Reuters



Washington Post
LMEWEEK-China's 2014 metals demand seen brightening, helped by building
Reuters
Sun Oct 6, 2013 8:00am EDT. * Smelters see improving economy, building work boosting industrial metals. * Copper consumption may rise to 8.586 mln tonnes in 2014. * Aluminium demand seen up more than 10 percent. * Lead to benefit from e-bikes and 
A Smoggy Sunday in BeijingUSA TODAY
Pollution disrupts sport events, travel in ChinaSan Francisco Chronicle
Fog, pollution disrupt travel amid China holidaySeattle Post Intelligencer
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Japan protests incursion by Chinese ships – Times of India



China Daily
Japan protests incursion by Chinese ships
Times of India
TOKYO: Japan protested to China on Thursday over the presence of Chinese coast guard vessels in waters near disputed islands in the East China Sea, in what Tokyo says was China's longest incursion into the area so far. Foreign minister Fumio Kishida 
Diaoyu Islands issue drives China-Japan enmity: surveyXinhua
China Tests Japan on Island Claims After Philippine SuccessBloomberg
Japan protests to China after ships linger near islesReuters Canada
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Fallen Leader Is Indicted in China – New York Times (blog)



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Fallen Leader Is Indicted in China
New York Times (blog)
BEIJING — Bo Xilai, the disgraced former Communist Party official, was indicted on Thursday on criminal charges of bribery, corruption and abuse of power, paving the way for a prominent trial expected to start within weeks that could be a climactic chapter in 
Bo Xilai to face trial in China on corruption chargesFinancial Times
Bo Xilai, disgraced Chinese politican, indicted on corruption chargesNew York Daily News
China media: Bo Xilai chargesBBC News
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China media: Bo Xilai charges – BBC News



The Hindu
China media: Bo Xilai charges
BBC News
State media give full backing to the Communist Party following corruption charges against former Chongqing party boss Bo Xilai. The official Xinhua news agency quotes a court in Jinan, Shandong province, as saying that Mr Bo has been charged with bribery 
China indicts disgraced politician Bo XilaiABC Online
China charges Bo Xilai with corruption, paves way for trialReuters
Bo Xilai Charged With Corruption, Bribery, Abuse of PowerBloomberg
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China pulls banking system back from brink after squeeze – Financial Times



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China pulls banking system back from brink after squeeze
Financial Times
Until a few days ago, the notion that China might face an imminent financial crisis was a prediction that only the bravest of bears dared make. But when short-term money market rates soared to 28 per cent on Thursday, forecasts of a crisis no longer seemed 
China's Credit Crunch Signals How Serious Beijing Is About ReformBusinessweek
China's economic slowdown emerges as risk to US economyWashington Post
China Money Rates Retreat After PBOC Said to Inject CashBloomberg
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Wall Street Feels Pain of China’s Credit Crunch, Federal Reserve Uncertainty – PBS NewsHour


Wall Street Feels Pain of China's Credit Crunch, Federal Reserve Uncertainty
PBS NewsHour
It was a bad day for global markets, whose stocks fell over worries about a credit crunch in China and comments by Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke that the fed may begin paring back stimulus efforts. Jeffrey Brown gets reactions from The Wall 

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Russia’s Oil Champion Shunned as Putin Weighs Share Sale – Bloomberg



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Russia's Oil Champion Shunned as Putin Weighs Share Sale
Bloomberg
Russia's global oil champion has yet to win over investors. OAO Rosneft (ROSN) Chief Executive Officer Igor Sechin addressed shareholders today for the first time since his $55 billion acquisition of TNK-BP created the world's largest publicly traded crude 
Energy Journal: Deal Making in St. PetersburgWall Street Journal (blog)
Russia and China agree to $345b, 25-year oil dealStraits Times
Rosneft to get $70 billion from China in prepayment for crude: PutinMSN Money
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Australia Shares Recover on China Lending Hope – Wall Street Journal



NEWS.com.au
Australia Shares Recover on China Lending Hope
Wall Street Journal
SYDNEY–Australia's share market bounced back from a six-day low on Friday on optimism the fall in a key money-market rate in China would boost interbank lending and spur the nation's economy. At 0210 GMT, the benchmark S&P/ASX 200 was down just 
Dollar lower after news from US, ChinaSky News Australia

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China steps back from severe cash crunch – Financial Times



Philly.com
China steps back from severe cash crunch
Financial Times
China pulled back from the brink of a severe cash crunch on Friday, with money rates falling after reports that the People's Bank of China, the central bank, had acted to alleviate market stresses. Nevertheless, interbank conditions remained tight and analysts 
China's Cash Squeeze Eases: Money Rates Fall After Central Bank Is Said To San Francisco Chronicle
Stress Test for Banks Inflicting Collateral Damage: China CreditBloomberg
China in credit crunch as Beijing targets debtPhilly.com
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Fed and China worries fuel broad sell-off – Financial Times



Politico
Fed and China worries fuel broad sell-off
Financial Times
Thursday 21.10 BST. Global equities, government bonds and commodities were left reeling as the prospect of diminishing liquidity support from the Federal Reserve and growing concerns about China sent market bears on the rampage. You need JavaScript 
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Stocks plunge amid fears of a slowing economyLos Angeles Times
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