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By Shinichi Saoshiro TOKYO (Reuters) - Asian stocks stuttered in early trade on Wednesday after downbeat U.S. manufacturing data raised concerns about the health of the world's biggest economy, while the dollar retreated from 8-1/2-month highs. Japan's Nikkei dipped 0.2 percent, Australian stocks lost 0.5 percent and South Korea's Kospi shed 0.3 percent. The mixed data prompted markets to question whether the U.S. economy was ready for an interest rate hike that could come as early as this month.
By Sinead Carew NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. stocks closed higher on Tuesday despite mixed U.S. economic data as treasury yields and the dollar declined while oil prices were choppy ahead of an OPEC meeting later this week. The euro bounced back from a multi-month low against the U.S. dollar on strong European data and as investors pared bets that the European Central Bank will soon ease policy further. After falling 0.5 percent on Monday, the S&P 500 benchmark index of stocks closed at its highest since early November as investors gained confidence on the first day of the month.
Strong U.S. auto sales in November kept the industry on pace for a record year in 2015, helped by marketing promotions and strength in sport utility vehicles, according to monthly sales figures released by automakers on Tuesday. U.S. auto sales last month rose 1.4 percent to 1.32 million vehicles, a whisper below the industry record for November in 2001. Most analysts say 2015 sales will top the record of 17.35 million vehicles in 2000, according to the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis.
Coming soon: a $30 million animal cloning center.
China is hungry for beef — and to keep up with the demand for red meat, the nation of 1.4 billion people will soon be feasting on cloned cows. A Chinese commercial genetics company is set to be the first to clone cattle on an industrial scale, reports Popular Science.
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The Internet isn’t a bargaining chip @SenatorBarb. Protect #NetNeutrality, don’t gut it in omnibus bill! https://t.co/p755Rqfkhg @idltweets
After we won net neutrality at the FCC, we knew Comcast and the rest of Team Cable would strike back quickly -- but this is ridiculous. Let's end their…See More