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  1. BRIEF-Fed's Powell, Treasury's Yellen to testify before Senate Banking Committee
    Reuters | 09/23/21 06:15 PM EDT

    * FED'S POWELL, TREASURY'S YELLEN TO APPEAR BEFORE SENATE BANKING COMMITTEE ON TUESDAY AT 10 A.M. TO DISCUSS CARES ACT OVERSIGHT. For hearing details see: https://www.banking.senate.gov/hearings/cares-act-oversight-of-the-treasury-and-federal-reserve-supporting-an-equitable-pandemic-recovery.

  2. Form FWP ROYAL BANK OF CANADA Filed by: ROYAL BANK OF CANADA
    EDGAR SEC Filings | 09/23/21 05:27 PM EDT

    http://archive.fast-edgar.com/20210923/AI22A22CZW22O2K2222P2M424NWB8C22N232 Filed on: September 23, 2021.

  3. GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks surge, dollar sags as investors digest Fed, Evergrande
    Reuters | 09/23/21 04:51 PM EDT

    * MSCI world stock index recoups losses from Monday swoon. * Dollar retreats from 1-month high, gold loses ground. * Evergrande soars as debt crunch looms. * Oil prices boosted by tight supplies. By Lewis Krauskopf and Marc Jones.

  4. Form FWP ROYAL BANK OF CANADA Filed by: ROYAL BANK OF CANADA
    EDGAR SEC Filings | 09/23/21 04:50 PM EDT

    http://archive.fast-edgar.com/20210923/AI22A22CZW22O2I2222P2M424NWB8C22N232 Filed on: September 23, 2021.

  5. 50 Firms Collaborate to Champion Next Gen Careers in Industry
    PR Newswire | 09/23/21 04:34 PM EDT

    GENEVA, Switzerland, Sept. 23, 2021 ?The?World Economic Forum today launches the New Generation Industry Leaders programme, a global community of fast-rising young industrialists to accelerate environmental and social progress in manufacturing and production sectors, transforming perceptions and inspiring a new generation to take up a career in industry.

  6. CANADA STOCKS-TSX extends rebound as investors adjust to Fed tapering prospects
    Reuters | 09/23/21 04:32 PM EDT

    * TSX ends up 0.3% * Energy gains 2.8%; financials end up 1% * Canadian retail sales likely rose 2.1% in August. By Fergal Smith. Canada's main stock index rose for a third day on Thursday as investors moved their focus past major event risks that weighed on the market earlier in the week, with energy and financial shares leading the way.

  7. TREASURIES-Treasury yields jump as central banks tighten their outlook
    Reuters | 09/23/21 04:23 PM EDT

    U.S. Treasury yields jumped on Thursday after the Federal Reserve opened the door to raising interest rates as early as next year, a potential move that was reinforced by the Bank of England's ...

  8. FOREX-Dollar slumps as risk appetite rebounds
    Reuters | 09/23/21 03:41 PM EDT

    The dollar fell across the board on Thursday as improved risk sentiment in global financial markets wiped out its gains in the previous session after the U.S. Federal Reserve flagged plans to dial ...

  9. Fed's Powell opens door to tougher regulations as renomination decision looms
    Reuters | 09/23/21 03:18 PM EDT

    - Even as Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell predictably dodged the latest question over his future as head of the central bank, his signal of openness to Democratic demands for tougher regulation of Wall Street under a new regulatory chief may assuage what critics see as a weak point in his leadership.

  10. Fed's Powell opens door to tougher regulations as renomination decision looms
    Reuters | 09/23/21 03:14 PM EDT

    Even as Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell predictably dodged the latest question over his future as head of the central bank, his signal of openness to Democratic demands for tougher regulation of Wall Street under a new regulatory chief may assuage what critics see as a weak point in his leadership.

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