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  • Global stocks slide ahead of U.S. jobs data
    LONDON (Reuters) - World shares slid towards their fourth weekly loss in the last five on Friday, as a boost from a supportive-sounding European Central Bank gave way to caution ahead of closely watched U.S. jobs data.
  • Brent crude oil slips towards $50 on demand concerns
    LONDON (Reuters) - Oil prices fell on Friday, pushing benchmark North Sea Brent crude down towards $50 a barrel, after a cut in European growth forecasts heightened worries over the outlook for demand at a time of huge oversupply.
  • No BOJ easing needed in Oct if inflation expectations anchored: IMF
    TOKYO (Reuters) - The Bank of Japan does not need to expand monetary policy in October even if it cuts its growth and price forecasts, as long as inflation expectations are well anchored, the IMF's mission chief for Japan said on Friday.
  • Communique will not urge Fed against rate hikes: G20 delegate
    ANKARA (Reuters) - Emerging markets have voiced concern about the possibility and timing of rate hikes by the Federal Reserve but a G20 communique from a meeting of finance chiefs in Turkey will not urge the U.S. central bank against such moves, a delegate said on Friday.

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  • Brad Paisley gets ready for football season with 'Country Nation' video
    Just in time for college football season, Brad Paisley shared the music video for “Country Nation” on Thursday — and it’s laden with mascots. So many mascots. The video was filmed at Vanderbilt University’s football stadium and boasts over 20 people in fuzzy costumes. There’s even a Paisley mascot...
  • Review: 'Yours, Dreamily by The Arcs': EW review
    The Black Keys’ use of atmosphere, particularly on 2014’s extra-spacey Turn Blue, has been hit-or-miss. Frontman Dan Auerbach’s new project lands right in the meaty part of the psychedelic curve with jolts of lush hypno-soul and tough garage-edelia. A– A-
  • Review: 'The Story of Sonny Boy Slim' by Gary Clark Jr.: EW review
    Texas blues-guitar whiz Clark’s second album is less flashy than his debut, but in pulling back on the guitar heroics, he galvanizes his genre-jumping, too: Dig the effortless transition from rootsy R&B (“Our Love”) to acoustic Sunday-school rave-up (“Church”). A– A-
  • Review: 'Paper Gods' by Duran Duran: EW review
    All You Need Is Now, Duran Duran’s previous album, was a gloriously glammy return to form, but Paper Gods leans too heavily on robo-disco froth. They should have stuck to slow dances: The sweetly swooping “What Are the Chances?” is among the best ballads of the new-wave survivors...B-

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