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  • 01:33 Fed Holds Steady On Interest Rates

    Fed Holds Steady On Interest Rates

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    The U.S. central bank made no changes to interest rates, and signaled there would be fewer increases this year than had previously been expected. Bobbi Rebell reports.

  • 01:25 S&p, Dow At Highest Levels Of 2016

    S&p, Dow At Highest Levels Of 2016

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    Stocks moved higher after the U.S. Federal Reserve held interest rates steady, and indicated fewer hikes were likely this year than previously expected. Bobbi Rebell reports.

  • 01:28 Cash In Wednesday: Lawsuit Of $200 Million

    Cash In Wednesday: Lawsuit Of $200 Million

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    Mark Wahlberg and Dwayne Johnson may have created an HBO hit series, Ballers, but it looks to be a high price to pay as they are facing a $200 million lawsuit.

  • 01:43 More Cuts For Uk As Growth Worries Grow

    More Cuts For Uk As Growth Worries Grow

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    UK Finance Minister George Osborne says he will cut public spending further as he misses his targets for bringing down national debt. As Joel Flynn reports, this was a budget dominated by reductions in GDP forecasts and the implementation of a tax on suga

  • 01:01 Apple-doj Faceoff Gets Testier

    Apple-doj Faceoff Gets Testier

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    Apple says the U.S. founding fathers "would be appalled" by the Justice Department's request to unlock an encrypted iPhone. Fred Katayama reports.

  • 01:23 Uk's Osborne Cuts Spending, Taxes Sugar

    Uk's Osborne Cuts Spending, Taxes Sugar

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    UK Finance Minister George Osborne says he will cut public spending further as he misses his targets for bringing down national debt, in a budget dominated by reductions in GDP forecasts and the implementation of a tax on sugar.

  • 01:37 China's Consumers Tighten Their Belts

    China's Consumers Tighten Their Belts

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    Forget luxury bags and high-end wine, Chinese consumers are now pinching pennies even when it comes to things like toothpaste and instant noodles. Eve Johnson reports

  • 01:36 Deutsche Boerse And Lse Agree Merger

    Deutsche Boerse And Lse Agree Merger

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    Deutsche Boerse and London Stock Exchange say they have reached a merger agreement and see potential cost savings of 450 million euros ($499 million) per year for the combined company. Hayley Platt reports

  • 01:36 Bse Closes 131.31 Points Up On March 16

    Bse Closes 131.31 Points Up On March 16

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    New Delhi, March 16 (ANI): Trading at the Bombay Stock Exchange today closed 131.31 points up to stand at 24,682.48. At the National Stock Exchange the Nifty closed 38.15 points up to stand at 7,498.75. Alok Industries Ltd and Den Networks Ltd were among

  • 01:34 New Car Sales Up But Vw In Slow Lane

    New Car Sales Up But Vw In Slow Lane

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    A German court has dismissed a Volkswagen customer's plea to cancel the purchase of his vehicle, which was affected by the carmaker's cheating software. It's a welcome win for VW but, as David Pollard reports, new car sales show the German

  • 01:34 China Industrial Unrest Set To Worsen?

    China Industrial Unrest Set To Worsen?

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    Recent protests in in Shaungyashan City in northeastern China have cast a spotlight on how a radical push to make China a consumer-led economy is hitting millions of workers. As David Pollard reports, a rising unemployment rate may lead to more social unr

  • 01:10 Stocks Dip Ahead Of Fed Statement

    Stocks Dip Ahead Of Fed Statement

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    Healthcare stocks led the way south for stocks on Tuesday, as investors awaited news from the Federal Reserve's two-day policy meeting. Bobbi Rebell reports.

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