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  • Protesters in France challenge economic reforms March 22, 2018
    Teachers, train conductors and airline controllers walked off the job across France on Thursday, disrupting transport and public services in a test of public anger with President Emmanuel Macron’s reform drive.
  • UK PM tries to unite EU against Russia March 22, 2018
    British Prime Minister Theresa may is in Brussels for an EU summit, where she is trying to convince the 27 other members to coordinate action against Russia. May's government has blamed the Kremlin for the recent use of a nerve agent on UK soil.
  • Two years on, Brussels attack victims feel abandoned March 22, 2018
    The second anniversary of a militant attack in Belgium in which 32 people died brings back painful memories for Walter Benjamin, whose right leg was partially amputated because he was caught in a bomb blast at the airport.

Markets hit new highs

Wall Street rounded out the last trading day of September on a positive note, with both the Nasdaq and the S&P 500 index hitting fresh highs.

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The Fed is concerned about the economy

Consumer spending was soft in August, while a key measure of U.S. inflation continued to show modest price growth across the economy.

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