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'Pick-your-poison': Wall Street sell-off resumes

(Updates to U.S. market close) * Stocks slide resumes with big tech leading the way * Treasury yields up again * Sterling rebounds, but pressure on UK bonds resumes * Dollar ticks down, still around 20-year high By Lawrence Delevingne Sept 29 (Reuters) - Investors added another cycle of selling on Thursday as the dollar barely eased its stranglehold on currency markets, recession fears sapped stocks and bonds suffered more interest rate pain.
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Wall Street sell-off accelerates after brief respite

(Updates to afternoon U.S. trading) * Stocks slide resumes with big tech leading the way * Dollar ticks down, still around 20-year high * Sterling rebounds, but pressure is back on UK bonds after brief BoE respite * China says stabilising currency top priority By Lawrence Delevingne Sept 29 (Reuters) - Investors began another cycle of selling on Thursday as the dollar barely eased its stranglehold on currency markets, recession fears sapped stocks and bonds suffered more interest rate pain.
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Wall Street sell-off accelerates after brief respite

* Stocks slide resumes as recession fears resume * Dollar ticks up to hold 20-year high * Pressure back on UK bonds, pound after brief BoE respite * China says stabilising currency top priority By Lawrence Delevingne Sept 29 (Reuters) - Investors began another cycle of selling on Thursday as the dollar added to its stranglehold on currency markets, recession fears sapped stocks and bonds suffered more interest rate pain.
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Wall Street selloff resumes after brief respite

(Updates to U.S. market open) * Stocks slide again as concerns resume * Dollar ticks down but remains near 20-year high * Pressure back on UK bonds, pound after brief BoE respite * China says stabilising currency top priority By Lawrence Delevingne and Marc Jones Sept 29 (Reuters) - Investors began another cycle of selling on Thursday as the dollar barely eased off its stranglehold on currency markets, recession fears sapped stocks and bonds suffered more interest rate pain.
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Dollar dishes the pain as selloff rumbles on

* Stocks slide again as concerns resume * Dollar pushes back towards 20-year high * Pressure back on UK bonds, pound after brief BoE respite * China says stabilising currency top priority By Marc Jones LONDON, Sept 29 (Reuters) - Investors pedalled into another cycle of selling on Thursday as the dollar tightened its stranglehold on currency markets, recession fears sapped equities and bonds suffered more interest rate pain.
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Dollar dishes the pain as selloff rumbles on

* Stocks slide again as concerns resume * Dollar pushes back towards 20-year high * Pressure back on UK bonds, pound after brief BoE respite * China says stabilising currency top priority By Marc Jones LONDON, Sept 29 (Reuters) - Investors pedalled into another cycle of selling on Thursday as the dollar tightened its stranglehold on currency markets, recession fears sapped stocks and bonds suffered more interest rate pain.
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Dollar dishes the pain as new selloff takes hold

* Stocks slide again as concerns resume * Dollar pushes back towards 20-year high * Pressure back on UK bonds, pound after brief BoE respite * China says stabilising currency top priority By Marc Jones LONDON, Sept 29 (Reuters) - Investors pedalled into another cycle of selling on Thursday as the dollar tightened its hold on the currency markets, recession fears sapped stocks and bonds suffered more interest rate pain.
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Japan's Nikkei ends 1% higher on boost from drugmakers

TOKYO, Sept 29 (Reuters) - Japan's Nikkei share average ended about 1% higher on Thursday, rebounding from a near three-month low hit in the previous session, led by drugmakers tracking overnight Wall Street gains. The Nikkei .N225 advanced 0.95% to 26,422.05, recovering from a low of 25,936.36 hit on Wednesday, a level that matched a July low. The broader Topix .TOPX gained 0.74% to 1,868.80. "The main driver for the Nikkei's gain was an advance of Wall Street overnight, which was fuelled by th
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Foreigners net sellers of Japanese stocks for second straight week

Sept 29 (Reuters) - Foreign investors remained net sellers of Japanese stocks in the holiday-shortened week ended Sept. 22, spooked by the U.S. Federal Reserve's projections of aggressive interest rate increases and Japanese authorities' intervention in foreign exchange markets. Foreigners withdrew a net 675.48 billion yen ($4.67 billion) out of Japanese stocks in their second straight week of net selling, data from exchanges showed.
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Sterling slippery, stocks stalling as BoE boost fades

* Sterling drops 1% in Asia, below $1.08 * Stock bounce runs out of puff; MSCI AxJ up just 0.5% * Truss, BoE speakers on the radar By Tom Westbrook SYDNEY, Sept 29 (Reuters) - Asian share markets rose on Thursday after Britain's central bank launched an emergency bond buying programme to stabilise a furious sell-off in gilts, though trade was skittish and sterling remained under pressure.
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Tokyo's Nikkei share average closes up 0.95 pct

TOKYO, Sept 29 (Reuters) - Japan's benchmark Nikkei average .N225 closed up 0.95 percent at 26,422.05 on Thursday, while the broader Topix .TOPX gained 0.74 percent at 1,868.95.
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Thai baht leads declines among weak Asian currencies

* Most Asian currencies drop * Thai baht weakens 0.9% * Asian equities broadly higher By Upasana Singh Sept 29 (Reuters) - Most Asian emerging currencies slipped on Thursday, dragged by a strong dollar, with the baht leading losses following a recent rate hike that market participants say was not enough to fight Thailand's 14-year high inflation levels.
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Thai baht leads declines among weak Asian currencies

* Most Asian currencies drop * Thai baht weakens 0.9% * Asian equities broadly higher By Upasana Singh Sept 29 (Reuters) - Most Asian emerging currencies slipped on Thursday, dragged by a strong dollar, with the baht leading losses following a recent rate hike that market participants say was not enough to fight Thailand's 14-year high inflation levels.
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Japan's Nikkei tracks Wall Street higher as Treasury yields fall

TOKYO, Sept 29 (Reuters) - Japan's Nikkei share average rose on Thursday, rebounding from a near three-month low touched in the previous session, tracking Wall Street's sharp gains overnight that was driven by falling Treasury yields. The Nikkei .N225 gained 0.25% to 26,238.32, by the midday break, after rising about 1% earlier, recovering from a July 1 low of 25,936.36 hit on Wednesday.
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Stocks bounce but sterling slippery after BoE buys bonds

By Tom Westbrook SYDNEY, Sept 29 (Reuters) - Asian share markets rose on Thursday after Britain's central bank launched an emergency bond buying programme to stabilise a furious sell-off in gilts, though trade was skittish and sterling remained under pressure. The Bank of England said it will buy as much as £5 billion ($5.4 billion) a day of long-dated government bonds until Oct.
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Tokyo's Nikkei share average opens up 0.41 pct

TOKYO, Sept 29 (Reuters) - Japan's benchmark Nikkei average .N225 opened up 0.41 percent at 26,280.50 on Thursday, while the broader Topix .TOPX gained 0.05 percent at 1,856.08.
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Wall Street bounces off lows as UK steps in to calm bonds

(Updates to U.S. market close) * U.S. stocks rebound 2% after hitting new lows on Tuesday * UK gilts roar higher as Bank of England intervenes * U.S. dollar pauses record gains as UK pound stabilizes * Oil prices jump on drops in supply, weaker dollar * Gold up around 2% By Lawrence Delevingne Sept 28 (Reuters) - Global equities staged a partial comeback on Wednesday -- with Wall Street stocks surging around 2% -- as the Bank of England said it would step in to the bond market in an attempt to d
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Wall Street bounces off lows as UK steps in to calm bonds

* U.S. stocks rebound after hitting new lows on Tuesday * UK gilts roar higher as Bank of England intervenes * U.S. dollar pauses record gains as UK pound stabilizes * Oil prices jump on Hurricane Ian cuts By Lawrence Delevingne and Amanda Cooper Sept 28 (Reuters) - U.S. and global equities staged a partial comeback on Wednesday as the Bank of England said it would step in to the bond market to stem a damaging rise in borrowing costs, an attempt to dampen investors' fears of contagion across the
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Wall Street bounces off lows as UK steps in to calm bonds

(Updates to late-morning U.S. trading) * U.S. stocks rebound Wednesday after hitting new lows Tuesday * UK gilts roar higher as Bank of England intervenes * U.S. dollar pauses record gains * Oil prices up on Hurricane Ian cuts By Lawrence Delevingne and Amanda Cooper Sept 28 (Reuters) - U.S. and global equities staged a mild comeback on Wednesday as the Bank of England said it would step into the bond market to stem a damaging rise in borrowing costs, an attempt to dampen investors fears of cont
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Wall Street fear lingers as UK steps in to calm bonds

(Updates with U.S. market open) * U.S. stocks little changed after hitting new lows Tuesday * Global stocks pare some losses, UK gilts roar higher * Bank of England says will step into the bond market * Oil prices up on Hurricane Ian cuts By Lawrence Delevingne and Amanda Cooper Sept 28 (Reuters) - U.S. and global equities did little on Wednesday to rebound from fresh lows, even as the Bank of England said it would step into the bond market to stem a damaging rise in borrowing costs, an attempt
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