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B>WASHINGTON:/BFederal Reserve policymakers have decided at their latest meeting to keep US interest rates steady at 1961 lows, but warned of a possible #8220;unwelcome substantial fall in inflation#8221;, saying this meant the economy was in danger of weakness ahead.
Stocks rallied on Friday as investors looked beyond a weak employment report to an eventual economic rebound, but bonds lost much of the week#8217;s gains ahead of the quarterly US Treasury auction next week.
Stocks slumped on Friday while bonds rose as gloomy corporate news and a report showing anaemic US economic growth sent investors in search of a safe haven.
Starbucks Corp. reported a 64 percent increase in its second-quarter profit, as the coffee shop company continued to shake off the economic downturn that has dogged other restaurants.
Concerned that stocks are overpriced after this week's big rally, investors collected profits Thursday, sending Wall Street moderately lower.
Stocks rose on Thursday as growth prospects at Finnish cellphone maker Nokia lifted technology shares and better-than-expected results, along with a report on regional manufacturing, pushed the Dow up 80 points.
FIRST impressions matter a lot. The curtains rose on the long-planned for Malaysian Exchange of Securities Dealing Automated Quotation (Mesdaq) in 1999 as the country, like many others in Asia, was reeling over the crushing impact of the financial crisis.
MOST stock markets in Asia have clawed their way back to end the current week higher than a week ago.
Microsoft Corp has posted higher third-quarter earnings and revenue as long-term corporate contracts shielded it from the prolonged technology slump.
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