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European shares tentatively tracked gains on Wall Street on Thursday, but all eyes rested on the Scottish referendum, keeping moves in both currency and stock markets range-bound.
By Josie Cox
The Wall Street Journal,  Sep. 18, 2014    E-mail this to a Friend
Tokyo stocks hit fresh high as yen hits six-year low
By Jamie Chisholm, Global Markets Commentator
Financial Times,  Sep. 18, 2014    E-mail this to a Friend
Among individual issues, shares in Sony plunged 12% after it revised down its earnings outlook for the fiscal year on Wednesday.
By Kosaku Narioka
The Wall Street Journal,  Sep. 18, 2014    E-mail this to a Friend
The development bank downgraded its outlook for Russia and Ukraine, saying both countries' economic performance would be scarred by the war, while reconstruction in eastern Ukraine could take many years.
By Paul Hannon
The Wall Street Journal,  Sep. 18, 2014    E-mail this to a Friend
Moscow rattled by tensions over Ukraine and sanctions
By Courtney Weaver, Jack Farchy and Kathrin Hille in Moscow
Financial Times,  Sep. 17, 2014    E-mail this to a Friend
While Scots have been warned repeatedly about the dire consequences of voting for independence from the United Kingdom, about half of its residents are expected to do so anyway.
By STEVEN ERLANGER and KATRIN BENNHOLD
The New York Times,  Sep. 18, 2014    E-mail this to a Friend
Hedging fuelled by rising renminbi trade settlement and sliding euro
By Josh Noble in Hong Kong
Financial Times,  Sep. 18, 2014    E-mail this to a Friend
A swath of early investors in Alibaba will be able to sell more than $8 billion of shares on the day the Chinese e-commerce company goes public, an unusual arrangement that is influencing how bankers price the offering.
By Matt Jarzemsky and Telis Demos
The Wall Street Journal,  Sep. 18, 2014    E-mail this to a Friend
US insists its forces will not have new combat mission
By Borzou Daragahi in Cairo
Financial Times,  Sep. 17, 2014    E-mail this to a Friend
Economic growth in west Africa expected to fall
By Javier Blas in London and Mamta Badkar in New York
Financial Times,  Sep. 17, 2014    E-mail this to a Friend
Will do what is necessary to ward off the threat of deflation
By FastFT
Financial Times,  Sep. 18, 2014    E-mail this to a Friend
Japanese stocks climb but other major bourses decline
By Patrick McGee in Hong Kong
Financial Times,  Sep. 18, 2014    E-mail this to a Friend
The Federal Reserve took two steps toward winding down the historic easy-money policies that have defined its response to the financial crisis but stopped short of the move markets are awaiting most: signaling when interest rates will start to rise.
By Jon Hilsenrath
The Wall Street Journal,  Sep. 18, 2014    E-mail this to a Friend
Rising geopolitical tensions risk dampening growth
By Ferdinando Giugliano in London
Financial Times,  Sep. 18, 2014    E-mail this to a Friend
Crackdown on institutions steps up with undercover cooperators
By Kara Scannell in New York
Financial Times,  Sep. 18, 2014    E-mail this to a Friend
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