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Morning briefing: UAE BlackBerry ban averted


1. The European Central Bank left its key interest rates stable at 1 percent and signaled that it's unlikely to consider new stimulus measures despite signs that the recovery is slowing.

2. The United Arab Emirates canceled a ban on BlackBerry services that had been due to take effect Monday, confirming that a deal had been reached but offering no details.

3. German exports fell in August for a second month, adding to concerns that a stronger euro is slowing the pace of the country's economic recovery.

By Ariana Eunjung Cha  | October 8, 2010; 10:20 AM ET
Categories:  *Morning briefing  
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