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U.S. Stocks Little Changed as BofA Jumps on Earnings; Treasuries Trim Gain
U.S. stocks were little changed after Bank of America Corp. reported better-than-estimated earnings and government data showed global demand for American financial assets grew. Treasuries trimmed earlier gains and commodities pared losses.
China Economy Grows Least in 2 Years as Europe Demand Cools
China’s economy grew 9.1 percent in the third quarter from a year earlier, the slowest pace since 2009, driving stocks lower on concern that Europe’s debt crisis is dragging on the global recovery.
Danone Said to Discuss Sale of Water Assets to Suntory to Support Food Bid
Danone, the owner of the Evian and Volvic brands, is in talks to sell bottled-water assets to Japan’s Suntory Holdings Ltd., three people familiar with the matter said.
Default Swaps Fall Most Since 2009 Beating Europe, U.S.: Australia Credit
Corporate bond risk in Australia is dropping at the fastest pace in two years, beating declines in Europe and the U.S. as investors bet a global financial crisis will be averted.
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China Home-Price Gains Ease as Sales Weaken on Government’s Credit Curbs 
New World Development Plunges Most Since 1998 on $1.6 Billion Rights Offer  
Gas Beating Oil in Shipping as Users Expand Stockpiles: Freight  Updated 2 hours ago
Tata Consultancy Profit Misses Estimates as Clients Curb Software Spending  
Bangkok’s Governor Calls for Sandbags as Floods Besiege Thailand’s Capital   
Ex-Marines Fighting Pirates Off Africa as World Shipping Lanes Attacked  Updated 4 hours ago
New Zealand Salvage Team Halts Oil Removal From Freight Ship on Rough Seas 
China’s Currency Distracts From U.S.’s Policy Failings: View  
El Paso’s ‘Juicy’ Shale Assets May Attract Bidders   
RBA Saw Scope for Cut in Australian Rates as Inflation ‘Less Concerning’   
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