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Good News for Obama:US unemployment rate falls in September

BBC

The US unemployment rate fell last month to its lowest rate since January 2009, figures from the Department of Labor have shown, surprising analysts who had been expecting a small rise. Last month’s rate came in at 7.8%, down from 8.1% in August. The latest numbers also showed that the US economy added a further 114,000 jobs in September, beating expectations. The presidential candidates sparred over the data, which is seen as a key issue for November’s elections. Speaking at a campaign event in the state of Virginia, President Barack Obama said: “Today, I believe that as a nation we…

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U.S. companies add jobs in September, service sector expands

Farm workers pick strawberries at a farm in Cardiff

  — – U.S. companies added more jobs than expected in September, while activity in the vast services sector picked up, suggesting the economy remained on track for modest growth. The ADP National Employment Report showed private employers added 162,000 jobs in September, more than economists expected, but fewer than the 189,000 hired in August. Separate data from the Institute for Supply Management showed that new orders helped growth in the service sector to pick up to 55.1 in September, the best pace since March, from 53.7 a month earlier. “It looks more like things are heading in the right…

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Analysis: Romney would send consumers healthcare bill, with benefits

Republican presidential candidate Romney speaks at a campaign rally in Denver

   – Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney has a prescription for controlling soaring costs within the $2.8 trillion U.S. healthcare system, partly by making consumers pay more of their own medical bills. Romney’s vow to repeal and replace President Barack Obama’s healthcare overhaul has played prominently in the campaign, even as Romney has offered few details about his alternative. But as he prepares to face Obama in their first presidential debate on Wednesday, Romney is giving a few hints. The former Massachusetts governor’s advisers say he would accelerate the use of high-deductible insurance plans that offer lower premiums but require…

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Honda recalls 600,000 Accords to fix faulty hoses

(AP)–Honda is recalling 600,000 Accord midsize cars in the U.S. and Canada to fix a faulty power steering hose that can leak fluid and cause a fire. The recall affects Accords with V-6 engines from the 2003 through 2007 model years. Honda has a report of one fire but no injuries or crashes. The five-passenger Accord is consistently among the top-selling vehicles in the United States, mainly because of its reputation for reliability and fuel economy. For years it has been the nation’s second-best-selling car, beaten only by the Toyota Camry. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the government agency…

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EU rejects U.S. claim to have weaned Boeing off subsidies

The Boeing logo is seen on a Boeing 787 Dreamliner airplane in Long Beach

GENEVA | Tue Sep 25, 2012 (Reuters) – U.S. aircraft giant Boeing is still getting U.S. subsidies despite Washington’s claim to have stopped the handouts, the European Union said on Tuesday in the latest round of the world’s biggest trade dispute. The EU’s claim came one day after the U.S. Trade Representative’s office said it had complied with a ruling by a World Trade Organisation dispute panel that found Boeing had benefited from illegal payments. The United States had until September 23 to comply. “We had expected that the U.S. would have finally complied in good faith with its international commitments and…

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Majority in U.S. Still Say Government Doing Too Much

Economy Survey

September 17, 2012 But fewer Americans now say government has too much power by Frank Newport PRINCETON, NJ — A majority of Americans (54%) continue to believe the government is trying to do too many things that should be left to individuals and businesses, although that is down from the record high of 61% earlier this summer. About four in 10 Americans (39%) say the government should do more to solve the nation’s problems. Track the 2012 race and compare it to past elections > Only a few times in Gallup’s 20-year history of asking this question has a higher…

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Facebook says CEO won’t sell stock for 1 year

Facebook stock gets a reprieve after it says CEO Zuckerberg won’t sell shares for 1 year By Barbara Ortutay, AP Technology Writer | Associated Press Symbol Price Change MS 15.68 +0.17   NEW YORK (AP) — Facebook’s stock got some reprieve in after-hours trading Tuesday after the company said its CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, won’t sell stock in the company for at least the next 12 months. Investors have been concerned with the expiration of lockup periods that allow insiders to sell stock in Facebook. If a lot of shares flood the market the stock price may fall.  Adding to those…

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Insight: China’s steel traders expose banks’

By Ruby Lian and Kelvin Soh SHANGHAI/HONG KONG | Sun Sep 2, 2012 6:00pm EDT (Reuters) – China’s banks are coming after the country’s steel traders, hauling executives into court to chase down loans that some traders said they didn’t initially need and can’t now repay. The heavy push to recover the loans is another sign of strain on China’s financial system at a time when the country’s leaders are contemplating another round of stimulus to boost the economy, and when banks are worried about bad debts piling up. The battle between the banks and steel traders also exposes flaws in the…

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