ABC News: Money 2 April 2018

Japan survey shows corporate sentiment is worsening

A quarterly business outlook survey by Japan's central bank shows corporate sentiment has worsened for the first time in two years

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Spending on U.S. construction projects ticked up a mere 0.1 percent in February from the prior month

Spending on U.S. construction projects ticked up a mere 0.1 percent in February from the prior month

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Markets Right Now: Stocks edge lower in early trading

Stocks are opening slightly lower on Wall Street after the long holiday weekend, led by declines in retailers and technology companies.

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NTSB "unhappy" over Tesla crash statement

NTSB "unhappy" after Tesla discloses information in ongoing fatal crash investigation

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Global markets mostly lower in muted Easter trading

Global markets are mostly lower in muted trading as Hong Kong, Australian and European markets closed for Easter

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Japan survey shows corporate sentiment is worsening

A quarterly business outlook survey by Japan's central bank shows corporate sentiment has worsened for the first time in two years

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Asian markets mostly higher in muted Easter holiday trading

Asian markets are mostly higher in muted trading as Hong Kong and Australian markets are closed for Easter, and Wall Street and other global markets have been closed for a long weekend after Good Friday

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AP analysis: Blacks largely left out among high-paying jobs

AP analysis: Blacks largely left out among highest-paying jobs in US, 50 years after MLK's death

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