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U.S. Supreme Court Rejects Trump Request Over Seized Documents

The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday rejected former President Donald Trump's bid to have an independent arbiter vet classified documents that were seized by the FBI from his Florida home as part of his legal battle against investigators probing his handling of sensitive government records.

UK Gilts Surge On Speculation About Mini-budget U-turn

British government bond prices rose strongly on Thursday after reports that Prime Minister Liz Truss's government was considering a U-turn on some of the measures in its late-September "mini-budget" that triggered a historic gilts slump.

Fed Seen Driving Interest-rates Higher To Beat Back Inflation

The Federal Reserve is seen delivering another large interest-rate hike in three weeks' time and ultimately lifting rates to 4.75%-5% by early next year, after a government report showed inflation remained stubbornly hot last month despite a historically fast pace of Fed rate rises so far this year.