Morning briefing: Eurozone growth slows
1. The private sector in the 16-country eurozone expanded at a slower pace than expected in August.
2.The Nikkei 225 fell to a low for the year, and Hong Kong shares ended at a four-week low on continued concerns about the global recovery. But European shares inched higher thanks to news about acquisitions.
3. Two-year Treasury note yields fell to close at a record low.
Ariana Eunjung Cha
August 23, 2010; 6:53 AM ET
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