NEW YORK Wall Street led global stocks higher on Thursday on the back of upbeat economic data, while the dollar rallied despite the Federal Reserve's uber-dovish stance as Brexit worries weighed on the euro and sterling. | Video
* Treasury 3-mo/10-yr yield curve hits flattest since Aug
* Sterling falls on no-deal Brexit concerns
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NEW YORK A gauge of stocks across the world fell on Wednesday as a boost from a dovish Federal Reserve was not enough to offset concerns over economic growth and U.S.-China trade talks.
* Sterling falls as much as 0.9 pct to the dollar, bounces
(Updates prices, comments after Fed statement)
* Sterling falls as much as 0.9 pct to the dollar
(Updates prices, comments, changes dateline from previous
NEW YORK Stocks across the globe rose for a seventh straight session on Tuesday despite late selling on Wall Street, while the pound wobbled against the dollar as traders expected European Union officials would allow Britain a delay on Brexit.
* World share markets up for 7th session, touch highest
* World shares up for 7th session, touch highest since