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  • 01:09 Wall St Falls As Weak Auto Sales Spur Growth Jitters

    Wall St Falls As Weak Auto Sales Spur Growth Jitters

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    Wall Street stocks fell on Tuesday, with each of the major indexes notching their worst day in about a month as economic data and weaker-than-expected auto sales spurred concerns about growth.. Bobbi Rebell reports.

  • 01:25 Bond Rally Confounds Investors

    Bond Rally Confounds Investors

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    Some money managers fear prices for long-term U.S. government bonds could suddenly drop as the U.S. economic recovery gains strength. Fred Katayama reports.

  • 01:35 Obama Stands By Tpp Trade Deal Despite Opposition By Other Democrats

    Obama Stands By Tpp Trade Deal Despite Opposition By Other Democrats

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    U.S. President Barack Obama says he's hopeful that once the election for the White House is over, "there will be more attention to the actual facts" of the Trans-Pacific Partnership. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

  • 01:39 Commerzbank Warning Sends Shares To Record Low

    Commerzbank Warning Sends Shares To Record Low

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    Commerzbank has warned its earnings could fall this year due to businesses borrowing less and the drag on its revenue from negative interest rates, knocking its shares to a record low. David Pollard reports

  • 01:27 Bse Closes 21.41 Points Down On Aug 2

    Bse Closes 21.41 Points Down On Aug 2

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    New Delhi, Aug 1 (ANI): Trading at the Bombay Stock Exchange today closed 21.41 points down to stand at 27,981.71. At the National Stock Exchange the Nifty closed 13.65 points down to stand at 8,622.90. INDIAN BANK and IDFC LIMITED were among the top gain

  • 01:03 Cancer Drug Boosts Pfizer's Sales

    Cancer Drug Boosts Pfizer's Sales

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    Pfizer's quarterly revenue soared on strong sales of a breast cancer treatment and the acquisition of Hospira's drugs. But profit dropped as Fred Katayama reports.

  • 01:23 Brexit Weighs On Uk Construction

    Brexit Weighs On Uk Construction

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    Britain's construction industry suffered its sharpest downturn in seven years last month, according to another business survey which suggests the economy is at risk of recession after June's Brexit vote. Hayley Platt reports

  • 01:29 South Korea Sales Blow Not Only Issue For Vw

    South Korea Sales Blow Not Only Issue For Vw

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    After South Korea suspends sales of most Volkswagen models, Sonia Legg asks what the decision means for the German automaker as it struggles to overcome the global repercussions of its emissions-test cheating scandal and rebuild its tattered image.

  • 01:41 Japan Cabinet Approves $132 Bln Spending Boost

    Japan Cabinet Approves $132 Bln Spending Boost

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    Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's cabinet has approved 13.5 trillion yen ($132.04 billion) in fiscal measures as part of efforts to revive the flagging economy, with cash payouts to low-income earners and infrastructure spending. As David Pollard

  • 01:46 Private Jets No Longer Just For Super Rich

    Private Jets No Longer Just For Super Rich

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    Flying on a private jet isn’t just a luxury for the wealthy and famous anymore, with just a tap on an app, consumers are getting access to deals as the industry looks to raise the competition..Maryam Behmard has this story.

  • 01:45 10,000 Hedge Funds Shut Down In China

    10,000 Hedge Funds Shut Down In China

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    Beijing has announced it's revoked licences and shut down operations at thousands of hedge funds across the country, as it takes on 'phantom managers' who use them as fronts for illegal business. The government wants to clean up its financi

  • 01:38 Energy Stocks Pull Down U.s. Markets

    Energy Stocks Pull Down U.s. Markets

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    Despite an intraday S&P record high, stocks were mostly lower on Monday on weakness in the energy markets. Bobbi Rebell reports.

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