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Asian shares mostly lower as recession fears deepen

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Asian shares mostly lower as recession fears deepen

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Asian shares have fallen after Wall Street closed out a miserable September with a loss of 9.

The stunning and swift rise of the U.S.dollar against other currencies, meanwhile, raises the risk of creating so much stress that something cracks somewhere in global markets.

The Fed has been at the forefront of the global campaign to slow economic growth and hurt job markets just enough to undercut inflation but not so much that it causes a recession.

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Category: Nation Politics

Topics: Commodity markets Energy markets Diseases and conditions Lung disease Coronavirus Infectious diseases Crude oil markets Oil and gas exploration and extraction Fina Oil and gas industry Brent crude markets Health Japanese yen Currency markets

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Sentiment: Negative

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Published Date: 2022-10-03, 03:40:58

News Timezone: GMT -5:00

Language: English

Original Article Length: 820 words

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News ID: 2788211

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