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  • Wall Street Slips As Health Stocks Weigh
    The S&P 500 index failed to hold on to its gains after touching a record high on Monday as a drop in healthcare stocks offset the impact of higher oil prices and a strong jobs report.
  • Wall Street Flat After Bank Of England Rate Cut, Weak Data
    Wall Street opened little changed on Thursday after the Bank of England cut interest rates and a report showed a more-than-expected rise in weekly unemployment benefits claims in the US.
  • Sterling Firm As BoE Rate Call Looms, Asian Shares Boosted By Oil
    The British pound edged up on Thursday as investors counted on the Bank of England to cut interest rates to a record low, while a rebound in oil prices from four-month lows lifted Asian stocks.
  • Oil Prices Rise 3% On Big US Gasoline Draw
    Oil prices jumped more than 3 per cent on Wednesday, with US crude futures returning to above $40 a barrel, after a larger-than-expected gasoline draw offset a surprise build in crude stockpiles in the No. 1 oil consumer.
  • Bonds Shaken By Stimulus Doubts, Dollar On Defensive
    Asian shares fell on Wednesday while the yen lorded over a weakened U.S dollar as fears that the Bank of Japan may retreat from its massive bond-buying campaign added to a shakeout in debt markets globally.

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