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Sep 4 - Markets closed

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Car sales surge 10% in August to highest level in eight years
Poor weather in August might have dampened high street clothes sales but it seems to have triggered a stampede into car showrooms with a near-10% increase in monthly vehicle sales.
Car dealers upbeat as registrations remain slow  
New car registrations in Scotland rise in August  
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... * Jobs data transmits mixed message to Fed watchers. * Caterpillar falls after broker downgrade. * Microsoft drags down S&P 500.
ANKARA World financial leaders will agree to calibrate and communicate monetary policy carefully to avoid triggering capital flight, but will not call an expected U.S.
The US jobless rate dropped sharply in August, confirming the continued resilience of the economy and setting up the US Federal Reserve for a pivotal interest rate decision this month.
NEW YORK Nomura Holdings Inc (8604.T) and Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc (RBS.L) have agreed to pay up to $33 million (�21.8 million) on top of $806 million that a U.S.
The first train to run through the Scottish Borders for 46 years will set off on September 6 and, three days later, the former “Waverley Line” will be officially opened by the Queen.

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