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By Masayuki Kitano and Hideyuki Sano. SINGAPORE | Thu May 23, 2013 12:13am EDT. SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Japanese government bonds plunged on Thursday, taking yields to their highest in a year and leading a selloff in bonds globally after Federal ...
Mexican and Canadian stocks are returning the least in 14 years versus the Standard & Poor's 500 Index, a break from a history of matching or beating the benchmark gauge since the countries formed a free-trade agreement in 1994.
Canadian Finance Minister Jim Flaherty said the loosening of fiscal and monetary policies in some countries may be increasing risks to the global economy.
Cooler weather kept customers from buying spring merchandise at Target Corp., leading to a 29% drop in fiscal-first-quarter earnings and a lower annual-profit forecast.