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Fed leaves key rate unchanged but hints at future hikes

Fed leaves key rate unchanged but hints at future hikes

Fed leaves key interest rate unchanged, but hints at future hikes as economy shakes off hurricane impacts

US factories grew more slowly last month, but remain strong

US factories grew more slowly last month, but remain strong

US factory activity grew more slowly last month, still strong

US construction spending up 0.3 percent in September

US construction spending up 0.3 percent in September

US construction activity increases 0.3 percent in September on the strength of government construction

Bank of England: 10,000 financial job losses on Brexit Day 1

Bank of England: 10,000 financial job losses on Brexit Day 1

The Bank of England says 10,000 jobs could be lost in the British financial industry on the first day after Brexit

Asian shares rise on optimism on growth, Wall Street gains

Asian shares rise on optimism on growth, Wall Street gains

Asian shares are higher on optimism about global economic growth following gains on Wall Street

Asian shares rise on optimism on growth, Wall Street gains

Asian shares rise on optimism on growth, Wall Street gains

Asian shares are higher on optimism about global economic growth following gains on Wall Street

Judge gives reprieve to Montana coal mine, averting layoffs

Judge gives reprieve to Montana coal mine, averting layoffs

A federal judge has given a reprieve to the owners of a Montana coal mine who had warned layoffs were imminent after expansion plans were blocked over climate change concerns

Tribe rejects plan to build tram, hotel in Grand Canyon

Tribe rejects plan to build tram, hotel in Grand Canyon

The Navajo Nation Tribal Council has rejected a plan to build an aerial tram to take visitors to a riverside boardwalk in the Grand Canyon with stores, hotels and restaurants

Brazil Senate softens bill proposing new rules for Uber

Brazil Senate softens bill proposing new rules for Uber

Thousands of drivers from Uber and cabbies have faced off in Brazil's capital as the Senate voted to soften proposed new regulations that the ride-sharing app warned would sink its business in its second-largest market worldwide

Trade board urges tariffs, quotas on solar imports

Trade board urges tariffs, quotas on solar imports

A U.S. trade commission is recommending that the Trump administration impose tariffs or other restrictions to slow an influx of low-cost solar panels imported from China and other countries