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MONTREAL (Reuters) – Striking Canadian workers on Monday voted nearly 86 percent in favor of a new four-year agreement with General Motors Co (GM.N) in a deal that would make it more costly for the U.S. automaker to shut the Ontario plant. The U.S. auto maker and the union, Unifor, had reached a tentative deal
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NEW YORK (Reuters) – U.S. stock sectors that are particularly dependent on economic growth recently grabbed hold of the market’s rally and are poised to keep the reins should further signs of global expansion emerge. Such sectors, including energy, industrials and financials, beat the S&P 500’s 1.9 percent gain in September. Those sectors had previously
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LONDON (Reuters) – The dollar sagged on Thursday after the U.S. Federal Reserve showed a more guarded view toward inflation, but that did not derail a rally in stock markets that pushed Asian shares to their highest in a decade. Against a basket of six major currencies, the dollar wallowed at its lowest in more
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