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  1. DIARY-Emerging Markets Economic Events to Nov 30
    Reuters | 08:02 PM EDT

    For other diaries, please see: Top Economic Events. Emerging Markets Economic Events. Government Debt Auctions. Political and General News. U.S. Federal Reserve. Today in Washington ----------------------------------------------------------- This Diary is filed daily. BRATISLAVA - Slovakia Central Bank Governor Jozef Makuch holds a news conference – 1100 GMT. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26.

  2. DIARY-Top Economic Events to Nov 29
    Reuters | 08:01 PM EDT

    For other diaries, please see: Top Economic Events. Emerging Markets Economic Events. Government Debt Auctions. Political and General News. U.S. Federal Reserve. Today in Washington. ----------------------------------------------------------- This Diary is filed daily.

  3. BRIEF-DHT Holdings, Inc. Announces $50 Mln Scrubber Financing
    Reuters | 05:20 PM EDT

    DHT Holdings Inc (DHT): * DHT HOLDINGS (DHT), INC. ANNOUNCES $50 MILLION SCRUBBER FINANCING. * DHT Holdings Inc (DHT) - INCREASED FACILITY WILL BEAR SAME INTEREST RATE EQUAL TO LIBOR + 2.40% * DHT Holdings Inc (DHT) - FINANCING IS STRUCTURED THROUGH AN INCREASE OF EXISTING $300 MILLION SECURED CREDIT FACILITY ENTERED INTO IN Q2 OF 2017.

  4. Treasury yields rise as investors await Fed meeting
    MarketWatch | 05:08 PM EDT

    Oil prices jump as OPEC, allies fail to boost output. Treasury prices weakened slightly Monday, pushing yields marginally higher, as investors awaited a Federal Reserve meeting that's expected to produce a midweek rate increase and as oil prices jumped to a four-year high. The yield on the 10- year Treasury note rose 0.9 basis point to 3.078%, while the 2- year note yield edged up 0.4 basis point to 2.813%.

  5. BOND REPORT: Treasury Yields Rise As Investors Await Fed Meeting
    DJ Business News | 05:08 PM EDT

    Oil prices jump as OPEC, allies fail to boost output. Treasury prices weakened slightly Monday, pushing yields marginally higher, as investors awaited a Federal Reserve meeting that's expected to produce a midweek rate increase and as oil prices jumped to a four-year high. The yield on the 10- year Treasury note rose 0.9 basis point to 3.078%, while the 2- year note yield edged up 0.4 basis point to 2.813%.

  6. CANADA FX DEBT-C$ slips as U.S.-China trade spat dims global growth prospects
    Reuters | 04:22 PM EDT

    The Canadian dollar weakened against its U.S. counterpart on Monday, paring some recent gains, as escalation of a trade dispute between the United States and China weighed on the outlook for global ...

  7. Why a Fed rate hike is unlikely to reignite the dollar rally
    MarketWatch | 04:10 PM EDT

    The end of the rates differential trade. Investors are wondering whether a highly anticipated rate increase by the Federal Reserve this week will reignite a dollar rally. Some analysts are skeptical that fully anticipated monetary tightening will do the trick.

  8. Hewlett Packard Enterprise and the World Economic Forum Help Solve World Hunger by 2030
    GlobeNewswire | 03:30 PM EDT

    Today at the World Economic Forum Sustainable Development Impact Summit, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) and the Forum committed to help solve for world hunger by 2030 through the innovative application of technology.

  9. Dollar weakness moderates as traders turn attention to Fed meeting
    MarketWatch | 03:28 PM EDT

    A slide in the U.S. dollar and a rally by its main rival, the euro, moderated toward the end of the New York trading session on Monday, and investors returned to focusing on this week's Federal Reserve meeting, which is widely expected to deliver a rate increase. Earlier in the session, European Central Bank President Mario Draghi said in introductory remarks at a hearing on economic and monetary matters in the European Parliament that he expected a "vigorous pick-up in underlying...

  10. CURRENCIES: Dollar Weakness Moderates As Traders Turn Attention To Fed Meeting
    DJ Business News | 03:28 PM EDT

    A slide in the U.S. dollar and a rally by its main rival, the euro, moderated toward the end of the New York trading session on Monday, and investors returned to focusing on this week's Federal Reserve meeting, which is widely expected to deliver a rate increase. Earlier in the session, European Central Bank President Mario Draghi said in introductory remarks at a hearing on economic and monetary matters in the European Parliament that he expected a "vigorous pick-up in underlying...

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