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Microsoft announced 10,000 job cuts, highlighting the difficulties felt by US companies even as economic data turn promising.
The Bank of Japan defied market pressure and stuck with a core pillar of its ultra-loose monetary policy — yield curve control measures — sending the yen diving and stocks higher.
Fourteen people, including Ukraine’s interior minister and one child, were killed when a helicopter crashed near a nursery school in Kyiv.
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