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- Asia stocks unsettled by HK, sluggish China factories2:23 AM ET | Reuters
- UPDATE 1-Newmont Indonesia restarts copper exports; supply overhang looms2:11 AM ET | Reuters
- REFILE-UPDATE 2-China final Sept HSBC PMI steady on firmer global demand but risks remain2:05 AM ET | Reuters
- PRESS DIGEST- New York Times business news - Sept 302:01 AM ET | Reuters
- Revel casino auction to continue on Tuesday1:58 AM ET | AP
- Japan's economy takes another hit as output, spending slump1:41 AM ET | Reuters
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- 17:44 ET SM Energy announces that Anthony J. Best will retire as CEO on January 31, 2015; Board intends to appoint Javan D. Ottoson as CEO upon Best's retirement
- 17:31 ET Salix Pharma and Progenics Pharmaceuticals (PGNX): FDA approves RELISTOR for the treatment of opioid induced constipation in patients with chronic non-cancer pain (PGNX halted)
- 17:21 ET Sabra Healthcare REIT prices public offering of 6 mln shares of common stock at $24.25 per share
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[BRIEFING.COM] The stock market began the new week on a cautious note. The S&P 500 lost 0.3%, but managed to erase more than half of its opening decline. Thanks to the rebound, the benchmark index reclaimed its 50-day moving average (1976.78) after slipping below that level in the morning.
Equities slumped at the open amid a couple global developments that dampened the overall risk appetite. Continued student protests in Hong Kong and a potential response from China weighed on the ... More
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