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PORT SAID, Egypt/CAIRO (Reuters) - Egyptian protesters torched buildings in Cairo and tried unsuccessfully to disrupt international shipping on the Suez Canal, as a court ruling on a deadly football riot stoked rage in a country beset by worsening security.
LONDON: The looming recession across the euro zone kept European shares and the single currency under pressure on Monday, but moves were capped ahead of a meeting of central bankers at the end of the week which could signal fresh stimulus measures.
BOSTON (Reuters) - Citigroup and MetLife led a list of financial institutions that failed the Federal Reserve's latest round of stress testing Tuesday, a shock result for two companies that were widely expected to return billions of dollars in extra capital to shareholders soon.
SYDNEY (AP) - Australia will resume exporting live cattle to Indonesia within weeks after a ban on the $350 million per year trade was lifted, with the federal government saying new rules for exporters will help ensure the animals are treated humanely.
STOCKS brushed off multiple threats to global economic growth last week, especially sharply rising oil prices, to close out a solid first quarter last Friday.
NEW YORK: A computerized selloff possibly caused by a simple typographical error triggered one of the most turbulent days in Wall Street history Thursday and sent the Dow Jones industrials to a loss of almost 1,000 points, nearly a tenth of their value, in less than half an hour.