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Americans' incomes dropped in September as pandemic aid ended
Americans saw their incomes drop by a full percentage point in September as pandemic aid programs to support the unemployed expired that month, according to Commerce Department data released Friday.
September’s U.S. jobs report badly misses expectations
The U.S. economy created jobs at a much slower than expected pace in September, a pessimistic sign about the state of the economy though the total was held back substantially by a sharp drop in government employment.
US consumer borrowing up $16.2 billion in September
US consumers increased their borrowing in September, helped by the first gain in the category that covers credit cards in seven months.
China auto sales jump 13% in 'Golden September' as shoppers return to showrooms
Automobile sales in China rose 12.8% in September from the same month a year earlier, marking the sixth consecutive month of gain, as the world’s biggest vehicle market comes off lows hit during the coronavirus lockdown.
China's exports seen sustaining recovery in September as markets reopen
China’s exports likely posted a fourth straight month of gains in September as more trading partners reopened their economies, a Reuters poll showed, while imports are also expected to have edged back into growth. Exports have not been as severely affected by the global slowdown as some analysts had feared, due in part to record shipments of medical supplies and robust demand for electronic products, adding to hopes for a sustained economic recovery.
China manufacturing data shows small rebound in September
Factory activity in China improved slightly in September, according to official data published on Wednesday, showing a small rebound in the economy ahead of the week-long National Day public holiday.
Eurozone September business growth halts as services reverse: PMI
Eurozone business growth ground to a halt this month as the service industry slammed into reverse, knocked by a resurgence in coronavirus cases that pushed governments to reintroduce restrictions and citizens to stay at home, a survey showed.
Bali to welcome international tourists again in September
Bali, a popular tourist destination in the islands of Indonesia, will allow international tourists again beginning September 11.
Japan, US target broad bilateral trade deal by September
Japan and the US have agreed to target a broad deal on bilateral trade by September, seeking to bridge differences of opinion over tariffs on beef and the automobile sector, the Nikkei business daily reported on Sunday.
Fury to fight Wallin in September: Report
Unbeaten British heavyweight Tyson Fury agreed to fight Sweden's Otto Wallin in Las Vegas on September 14, ESPN reported.
Report: Abe eyes another meeting with Rouhani in September
Japan’s Prime Minister Abe Shinzo is considering holding talks with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani when he visits New York in September to attend a UN General Assembly session, government sources said on Wednesday.
Austrian president calls for September polls in wake of scandal
Austria's president on Sunday called for fresh elections in September after a corruption scandal embroiling the far-right brought down the coalition government in spectacular fashion.
New environmental pact could face September vote, UN official says
A new, ambitious environmental treaty is expected to be ready for a vote when the United Nation’s annual summit begins in September, the president of the UN General Assembly said.
Korean childbirths continued to decline in September
The number of newborns in South Korea fell again in September, government data showed on Wednesday, in the latest sign of the chronically low birthrate that has plagued Asia's fourth-largest economy for more than a decade.
Malaysia CPI misses forecasts in September
Consumer prices rose (COI) in Malaysia at a slower pace than forecast in September but picked up from the weakest growth in more than three-and-a-half years.

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