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Kenya opens $1.5 billion Chinese-built railway linking Rift Valley town and Nairobi

Kenya's opened a $1.5 billion Chinese-built railway line linking Nairobi to Naivasha on Wednesday, despite delays in building an industrial park in the Rift Valley town to encourage freight.

World Bank likely to cut global growth forecasts again: Malpass

World Bank President David Malpass said the development lender will likely again downgrade its global growth outlook amid uncertainty over falling trade and investment flows, but he stopped short of calling on the United States and China to resolve their trade war.

Foreigners sell U.S. Treasuries in August; China cuts holdings -data

Foreigners sold U.S. Treasuries in August after making net purchases the previous month, according to U.S. Treasury department data released on Wednesday.

Bond manipulation ruling would be credit negative for affected banks: Moody's

A ruling against banks in an investigation by Mexico's competition commission of possible manipulation in the government bond market would be credit negative for seven banks, Moody's Investors Services said in a statement Wednesday.

Regulator expects to hire adviser for Fannie, Freddie capital overhaul by November

The nation's top housing regulator said on Wednesday that he hopes to hire an outside financial adviser by next month to help the government devise a plan to remove mortgage giants Fannie and Freddie from government conservatorship.

TREASURIES-Yields fall on disappointing retail sales data

U.S. Treasury yields fell on Wednesday after data showed that U.S. retail sales fell for the first time in seven months in September, adding to concerns that the U.S. economy is slowing.

Stocks flat on data, earnings; pound volatile

A gauge of world stock markets was flat on Wednesday as U.S. data that raised concerns about a slowing economy was offset by a solid start to earnings season, while sterling was volatile as negotiations on a Brexit deal continued.

U.S.-China trade tensions fuel downturn risks, spillover for emerging markets: IMF

Trade tensions between the United States and China - the world's two largest economies - are a significant source of risk for the global economy, with "real spillover effects" for emerging markets, top IMF officials said on Wednesday.

Old, corroded pipe led to Philadelphia refinery fire: Chemical Safety Board

An old, degraded piece of metal pipe that had not been tested for corrosion led to the June fire and explosions at the Philadelphia Energy Solutions oil refinery, the U.S. Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board said on Wednesday.

US investors balk at US$900m in B rated loans as US economy cools

At least US$900m of institutional loans being marketed for US companies have stalled this week, as investors wary of an economic downturn have balked at debt that may offer higher chances of default.

Trump broaches tariffs to solve U.S.-EU trade problems, but says 'would be too harsh'

President Donald Trump on Wednesday said that charging additional tariffs on European imports could instantly resolve trade issues between the United States and European Union, but said he was not ready to add levies at this point in time.

Fed's Evans says may struggle with reserves "longer than we would like"

Chicago Fed President Charles Evans said Wednesday that officials are still evaluating solutions for improving liquidity in money markets and studying why reserves are not circulating within the banking system.

Nigeria government can't recover $62 billion sought from oil majors: minister

Oil minister Timipre Sylva said Nigeria knows it cannot recover $62 billion from oil majors despite ongoing cases against the companies for money the government believes it is owed.

UPDATE 1-Nigeria govt can't recover $62 bln sought from oil majors -minister

Oil minister Timipre Sylva said Nigeria knows it cannot recover $62 billion from oil majors despite ongoing cases against the companies for money the government believes it is owed.

IMF says will work with Ecuador to find way to provide financial, technical support

The International Monetary Fund on Wednesday said it would continue to work closely with Ecuadorian authorities to identify the best way to provide financial and technical support to the country after days of violent protests against an IMF-backed law to cut expensive fuel...

Jump in lira FX swap rates jogs memories of spring squeeze

Turkish lira markets suffered a flashback of their suffocating March squeeze on Wednesday, as authorities moved to keep a lid on volatility after a week of U.S. sanctions and legal charges.

Sterling, British stocks ride rollercoaster of Brexit deal hopes

Sterling swung around five-month highs on Wednesday and stocks in London cut their losses amid a blizzard of contradictory headlines about whether Britain and the European Union were on the verge of agreeing a Brexit deal.

EU-UK deal pretty much done, awaits UK government approval - EU sources

A tentative, technical Brexit deal between the European Union and Britain was largely ready in Brussels on Wednesday afternoon and awaited an "overall backing" but the government in London, said sources with bloc.

Finnish PM hopes for Brexit deal to avoid no-deal split

Finnish Prime Minister Antti Rinne said on Wednesday he still hoped for a last-minute Brexit deal so that the European Union and Britain do not descend into a most damaging, chaotic split.

UPDATE 2-German government bond yields hit 11-week high on Brexit optimism

* Euro zone government bonds ignore trade tensions, weak U.S. retail data (Rewrites throughout, adds latest Brexit news, analyst comment)