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Reuters Company NewsSep 23, 2019
GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks fall as PMI surveys disappoint, oil gains more than 1%
Global shares dipped on Monday as weaker than expected economic surveys added to investor worries over the unresolved U.S.-China trade dispute's effects on the world economy, while oil gained more than 1% as Middle East tensions remained elevated.

Google Business NewsSep 23, 2019
US stocks trade cautiously on weak European manufacturing - Fox Business
US stocks trade cautiously on weak European manufacturing  Fox BusinessA higher-level round of talks is still scheduled to go ahead in October.

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Reuters Company NewsSep 23, 2019
EMERGING MARKETS-Trade anxiety, growth worries keep stocks in check; currencies mixed
Emerging market shares fell on Monday as uncertainty over the United States and China reaching a trade deal anytime soon and dismal growth data from major economies kept investors on the sidelines.

Google Business NewsSep 22, 2019
Asia shares slip as investors watch US-China trade developments - CNBC
Asia shares slip as investors watch US-China trade developments  CNBCAsian shares fall as Iran, China-US trade tensions loom  Yahoo FinanceAsian stocks fall as investors mull next move in trade talks  Financial TimesView full coverage on Google News - USSep 22, 2019
Hong Kong listings dry up under shadow of protests
‘Terrible' conditions on stock market deter deals but some expect pipeline to pick up later in year

MarketWatchSep 22, 2019
The Wall Street Journal: Some WeWork board members seek to remove Adam Neumann as CEO
A bloc of WeWork directors is planning to push Adam Neumann to step down as chief executive after a tumultuous week in which his eccentric behavior and drug use came to light and the startup delayed its much-anticipated stock-market listing.

The Motley FoolSep 21, 2019
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MarketWatch MarketPulseSep 20, 2019
Fitbit shares soar more than 15% on reports it is exploring a sale
Fitbit Inc. shares soared more than 15% Friday, after reports that the company has hired an investment firm to explore a possible sale. The wearables company has hired Qatalyst Partners, according to CNBC, citing a person familiar with the matter. A deal is not imminent and may not happen, said the report. Retuers first reported news of a potential deal. Fitbit shares have fallen 14.5% in 2019, while the S&P 500 has gained 20%.

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