uighur factory readings in the u.k., and a drop in chinese manufacturing slowing global growth. cbs should report first-quarter earnings any minute now, can they deliver on all channels? class, pressure secretary jack lew, the full interview in this hour. we begin with our market minutes, it was a brutal day for stocks across the board. the nikkei was down over 3%, you have weaker manufacturing data.
uighur 8.5% when you look at the facts there's no evidence to indicate that the pendulum has swung in favor of our credit system. thank you for the opportunity to comment. >> could i agree but that? sorry, mr. stark but there are a lot of gses at the but on any of the gses that directly compete with me that try to steal my loans. when we are not allowed to make a $5 million real estate loan, for example, that's a big part of my loan portfolio. that goes to the farm credit services no matter what. is just a way to compete and it will be undercut no matter what great i've quoted come and msha every community banks in the nation can say the same thing. that they rates just are not the same. they will pick those. the young farmer that comes in that has a quote from the farm credit services it's a rate that is higher. they might get a rate that is six or 8% compared to the 3% rate. so does that really mean you are taking care of those young farmers? with high priced below two young farmer that is the same whether a multimillion dollar farmer or they are a young farmer that's really struggl
uighurs are turkish ethnic group. she said the tendency became more prevalent after a new chinese anti-terrorism law took effect last december. kadeer said many uighurs have been detained after being branded terrorists, for simply opposing what she called the government's oppressive ethnic policy. she appealed for the issue to be taken up at this week's g7 summit. the chinese government harshly criticizes her as an anti-chinese splittist. an official says she's virtually a puppet of western nations. >> trade seems to hold the key here. abe had a one-on-one with u.s. president obama. abe also sat down with prime minister david cameron. that lasted about 35 minutes. they agreed that trade agreements are needed to boost global economic growth. these include the economic partnership agreement between japan and the eu and the transpacific partnership agreement. trade wasn't the only topic. the two leaders vowed to strengthen ties in politics, security, investment and nuclear power. they also exchanged views on anti-corrupt
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