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The FINANCIAL -- China shares ended higher on August 4 ,after officials announced fresh steps to rein in short selling, while commodities weakness spread to some Asian currencies, including the ...

The FINANCIAL -- Farmland is attracting growing interest from pension plans, hedge funds and even mom-and-pop investors as they seek to diversify assets and capitalize on an agriculture-industry ...

The FINANCIAL -- Uncertainty over the country's future relationship with the eurozone sent Greek manufacturing into a tailspin in July, but that had little impact on other parts of the currency ...

The FINANCIAL -- China took another step to curb volatility in its stock markets late Monday, moving to clamp down on short selling in the ...

The FINANCIAL -- Overall, the U.S. dollar has rallied this year, with the Dollar Index (DXY) now up by roughly 8 percent year-to-date, according to Bloomberg data. But the gain hasn't been steady. ...

The FINANCIAL -- Global investors struck a cautious note Friday ahead of the release of a much anticipated U.S. jobs ...

The FINANCIAL -- The U.K.'s trade deficit widened again in June as a strong pound continues to hamper exports by British companies, but trade still made a positive contribution to the economy in the ...

The FINANCIAL -- London Stock Exchange Group plc (LSEG) announces on August 7, that Massimo Tononi is standing down as a Non-Executive Director of LSEG and Chairman of Borsa ...

The FINANCIAL -- Starbucks continues to dominate the market, as a beat on both the top and bottom lines last week sent shares of the stock climbing. Add the momentum up and SBUX stock has a ...

The FINANCIAL -- Transports have been strong recently, and the bulls are looking for American Airlines to take off by early next ...

The FINANCIAL -- Adidas AG reported a slight rise in second-quarter earnings Thursday, supported by strong sales in China and Western Europe, and said it could shed its golf ...

The FINANCIAL -- Retail sales in the eurozone fell more sharply than expected in June, a fresh sign that the currency area's economic recovery remains too weak to quickly bring down very high rates ...