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  • 01:28 Facebook User Growth Slows But Earnings Beat Forecast

    Facebook User Growth Slows But Earnings Beat Forecast

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    Facebook exceeded Wall Street's earnings targets but user growth continues to slow amid challenging times for the world's leading social network. Conway G. Gittens reports.

  • 01:24 Wall Street Rises 1 Percent

    Wall Street Rises 1 Percent

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    Major U.S. stock indexes jumped more than 1 percent on Tuesday, helped by strong gains for chip and transport stocks. Fred Katayama reports.

  • 01:19 Apple Spruces Up Macs, Ipad Pros And Raises Prices

    Apple Spruces Up Macs, Ipad Pros And Raises Prices

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    Apple refreshed some of its lesser-known products, adding iPhone features, like facial recognition to the iPad Pro, faster processors, and better displays to some Mac computers. Fred Katayama reports.

  • 01:54 Argentina's Beef Industry Feels Bite Of Economic Crisis

    Argentina's Beef Industry Feels Bite Of Economic Crisis

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    Argentinians are eating less beef amid the plummeting peso and rising inflation, as Pascale Davies reports, that could spell out a disaster for President Mauricio Macri who faces an election next year.

  • 01:40 Anger At Gig Economy As Uber Appeals Uk Case

    Anger At Gig Economy As Uber Appeals Uk Case

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    Uber has defended its business model at the Court of Appeal in the UK in the latest stage of a long-running battle over the classification of its drivers as self-employed. Laura Frykberg reports.

  • 01:18 Investment Banking Weakness Clouds Bnp Results

    Investment Banking Weakness Clouds Bnp Results

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    BNP Paribas shares were bottom of the CAC 40, down 3.5 percent after France's biggest-listed bank reported weaker-than-expected third-quarter revenues, blaming its corporate and investment banking arm and its European retail banks.

  • 01:53 Warming Waters Worry Maine's Lobstermen

    Warming Waters Worry Maine's Lobstermen

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    In recent years Maine's booming lobster industry has generated hundreds of thousands of dollars for local fishermen. But scientists warn that Maine lobstermen, currently in the sweet spot of climate change, may not be able to sustain themselves as th

  • 01:11 Vw Profit Slides, But China Offers Hope

    Vw Profit Slides, But China Offers Hope

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    VW profits dropped by almost a fifth in the third quarter as new emissions tests kicked in. But automakers hope China is about to give them a big boost with a cut in its car purchase tax. Julian Satterthwaite reports.

  • 01:01 Ge Slashes Dividend To A Penny

    Ge Slashes Dividend To A Penny

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    General Electric chopped its dividend - once considered sacrosanct - to just 1 cent a share from 12 cents. As Fred Katayama reports, the move will save the struggling conglomerate nearly $4 billion a year.

  • 01:39 Trump Expects 'great Deal' With China, But More Tariffs If Not

    Trump Expects 'great Deal' With China, But More Tariffs If Not

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    Fears of an all out U.S.-China trade war have been stoked by a report that the United States is preparing to announce tariffs on all remaining Chinese imports by early December if talks next month between presidents Donald Trump and Xi Jinping falter. Tru

  • 01:34 Bp's Profits Thunder To 5-year High

    Bp's Profits Thunder To 5-year High

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    BP profits have soared to a five-year high, boosted by stronger oil prices with production set to rise further thanks to the $10.5 billion acquisition of BHP Billiton's U.S. shale business this week. Pascale Davies reports.

  • 01:39 Euro Zone Growth Slows In Q3, Italy At Zero

    Euro Zone Growth Slows In Q3, Italy At Zero

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    Traders weigh up mixed data on the euro zone which shows Italy's economy stagnating amid its budget row with Brussels, but German employment hitting a record high and French growth picking up, if slowly. David Pollard reports.

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