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Reuters BusinessSep 20, 2019
Fed in three voices: recession, bubbles, and 'in a good place'
After delivering a split-decision rate cut earlier this week, U.S. Federal Reserve officials put their divisions on full display Friday, with warnings of a slowdown on the one hand and financial risks on the other bookending talk of how well things are going.

Reuters BusinessSep 20, 2019
U.S. repo rate falls after Fed repo operation
The interest rate on U.S. overnight repurchase agreements slipped on Friday after an operation conducted by the New York Federal Reserve that parked $75 billion in temporary cash in the U.S. banking system.

NYTimes BusinessSep 20, 2019
Walmart to End Sales of E-Cigarettes as Vaping Concerns Mount
Vaping-related lung illnesses have been on the rise, and investigations are underway by federal and state health departments.

Reuters Company NewsSep 20, 2019
UPDATE 1-Fed's Rosengren flags risks to economy in WeWork-style model
The rise in co-working spaces, like those offered by WeWork, may be a source of financial instability that could make the next U.S. recession worse by sparking a run on commercial real estate, Boston Federal Reserve Bank President Eric Rosengren said on Friday.

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Reuters BusinessSep 20, 2019
Few U.S. lawmakers hit 'like' button after Facebook CEO visits Capitol Hill
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg wrapped up three days of discussions with Washington movers and shakers on Friday, with few if any indications he had won new "friends" to help the top social media company deal with multiple probes by Congress, state attorneys general and federal regulators.

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Reuters BusinessSep 20, 2019
Fed's Bullard, explaining dissent, says U.S. manufacturing appears 'in recession'
The U.S. manufacturing sector "already appears in recession" and overall economic growth is expected to slow "in the near horizon," St. Louis Federal Reserve Bank President James Bullard said on Friday, explaining why he dissented at a recent Fed meeting and wanted a deeper, half percentage point rate cut.
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