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Global concerns may shrink Wall Street's third-quarter estimates

NEW YORK - Slowing growth in emerging markets and currency fluctuations in anticipation of a U.S. interest rate hike may push third-quarter revenue and earnings estimates lower this month.

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GE set for cost cuts as EU decision on Alstom deal nears

- General Electric Co is expected to win regulatory approval next week for its purchase of the power equipment business of France's Alstom, allowing the U.S. industrial conglomerate to finally carry out a major cost-cutting program 16 months after first announcing the deal.

Ferrari CEO will not leave post before IPO: Marchionne

MONZA, Italy - Ferrari Chief Executive Amedeo Felisa will not leave his post before the luxury sportscar maker's initial public offering (IPO) planned for later this year, the boss of parent company Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) said on Saturday.

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Fiat Chrysler U.S. to recall 7,810 SUVs to prevent hacking

- Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV's U.S. arm said on Friday it would recall 7,810 sport utility vehicles in the United States to update software for radios to prevent hacking.

Tech, Cybersecurity 04 Sep 2015

Geneva wealth managers pay defrauded investors to settle Madoff case

GENEVA - Five former Geneva wealth managers have paid "substantial compensation" to settle criminal complaints brought by clients whose assets they had invested with U.S. fraudster Bernard Madoff, the Geneva prosecutor's office said on Friday.

France says debt issuance would be first step for a euro zone budget

CERNOBBIO, Italy - A common euro zone budget should initially be funded through joint debt issuance and taxpayers' money should only be used at a later stage, French Economy Minister Emmanuel Macron said on Saturday.

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