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Commodities come under huge pressure again and the Baltic Dry Index - seen as a leading economic indicator - hits its lowest level ever. Kirsty Basset reports on the latest alarm bells to ring over the global outlook.
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One entrepreneur has found a way to get paid for just standing around.
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Getting the yuan into the IMF’s SDR basket may finally come to pass at the end of November, but the global lender is considering changes to the basket, putting equal weighting for the currency up in the air. Meg Teckman reports.
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Stocks edged lower Thursday. Healthcare stocks offset gains in technology stocks, and the splashy debuts of Square and Match. Bobbi Rebell reports.
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Mobile payments company Square had a strong showing in its first day of trading at the NYSE despite concerns about valuation and the dual role of its leader, Twitter's CEO Jack Dorsey. Bobbi Rebell reports.
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A Reuters/Ipsos poll found a majority of U.S. consumers plan to do most of their online shopping at Amazon.com, beating out Walmart, Target and Macy's. Fred Katayama reports.
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Berlin-based mobile messaging service Telegram is racing to shut down broadcast channels used by Islamic State to promote its causes and recruit members. But as Sara Hemrajani reports, the group is creating new channels apparently just as quickly.
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Euro zone bond yields fall as the prospect of an imminent U.S. rate hike failed to shake investor confidence that the ECB is just weeks away from announcing further stimulus. Minutes from the last ECB policy meeting offer indications on their next move. D
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The U.S. largest retailer warns that revenue growth in the holiday quarter will fall. But one analyst sees this as a buying opportunity. Fred Katayama reports.
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Two of Greece's four big banks will plug their capital holes without state aid after investors showed strong interest in their share sales. As Sonia Legg reports it's a sign of confidence Greece can turn the corner and start growing again.
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With Japan’s economy in recession, the Bank of Japan still sees recovery ahead in the fourth quarter, and disappointing trade figures out on Thursday didn't dent the central bank’s optimism. Meg Teckman reports
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The major idexes closed about one and a half percent higher after the Fed minutes showed most Fed policymakers were supportive of a December rate hike. Bobbi Rebell reports.