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What's behind the global stock market selloff?

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NEW YORK Global stock markets are on their shakiest footing in years.

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Sovereign funds' selling could hit $700 bln of European stocks

LONDON Up to $700 billion of European stocks, including major banks, could be in the firing line as the slump in oil prompts some producer countries' sovereign wealth funds to offload investments.

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Japanese market close to reading last rites over Abenomics

TOKYO When Prime Minister Shinzo Abe launched his three-pronged programme to revive Japan's stagnant, deflationary economy three years ago, the stock market cheered every step along the way.

In cloud stock tumult, investors give valuations a reality check

SAN FRANCISCO Global economic uncertainty and worries about weak spending on information technology are forcing investors in cloud computing stocks and related enterprise companies to take a reality check.

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Sheltered from biggest risks, green fuel to ride out oil crash

PARIS/BRUSSELS Green power is cheap enough to compete with fossil fuels and will buck the trend of falling investment in oil and gas as it can offer long-term returns sheltered from political risk, investors and industry analysts say.

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IEA sees global oil glut worsening, OPEC deal unlikely

LONDON The world will store unwanted oil for most of 2016 as declines in U.S. output take time and OPEC is unlikely to cut a deal with other producers to reduce ballooning output, the International Energy Agency said.

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Coolheaded algos holding on amid global energy price slide

LONDON The wild two-year downtrend in energy prices has been a nice ride for one phlegmatic Swedish hedge fund.

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Brexit might not be all bad for gilts market

LONDON For all that some investors fear Britain leaving the European Union, holders of government debt have barely blinked, with prices near a three-year high last week and foreign investors making record purchases.

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Fed's 'accommodation' outrun by tightening credit

WASHINGTON Even as the Federal Reserve began raising interest rates in December its message was clear: it wanted to keep monetary conditions loose and felt the United States still needed accommodation to keep a modest recovery underway.

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Hamstrung central banks struggle with currency temptations

FRANKFURT The world's top central banks have all but given up hope of returning to conventional monetary policy soon with many touting rate cuts, raising the risk of competitive currency devaluations and doubts they can meet their mandates.

Markets

 

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