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  • 01:51 Stress Tests Fail To Soothe Banking Nerves

    Stress Tests Fail To Soothe Banking Nerves

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    With the ink barely dry on its bailout plan, Italian bank Monte dei Paschi di Siena faces a Herculean task convincing investors to back a third recapitalisation in as many years and avert a banking crisis that would send shockwaves across Europe. David Po

  • 01:52 World's First 3d Printing Restaurant Opens

    World's First 3d Printing Restaurant Opens

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    The world's first 3D printing restaurant opens in London with the promise of a future in which you can download your dessert or have pizza delivered by e-mail. Rosanna Philpott reports

  • 01:11 Popular Tesla Buying Solarcity For $2.6 Bln.

    Tesla Buying Solarcity For $2.6 Bln.

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    The deal aims to make Tesla a one-stop shop for solar panels, storage, and electric cars. Fred Katayama reports.

  • 01:27 Bse Closes 48.74 Points Down On Aug 1

    Bse Closes 48.74 Points Down On Aug 1

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    New Delhi, Aug 01 (ANI): Trading at the Bombay Stock Exchange today closed 48.74 points down to stand at 28,003.12. At the National Stock Exchange the Nifty closed1.95points down to stand at 8,636.55. Bajaj Finance Limited and Muthoot Finance Ltd were amo

  • 01:26 Uk Manufacturing Stalls After Brexit Vote

    Uk Manufacturing Stalls After Brexit Vote

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    British manufacturers slammed on the brakes last month following the country's June vote to leave the European Union and growth eased in the euro zone, surveys showed, likely adding to calls for more policy easing. Hayley Platt reports.

  • 01:36 Didi To Buy Uber's China Business In $35bln Deal

    Didi To Buy Uber's China Business In $35bln Deal

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    Ride-hailing firm Didi Chuxing is to buy Uber's China operations, in a deal that will give Uber a stake in the company and end bruising competition between the two. As Sonia Legg reports, the deal is reportedly valued at $35 billion.

  • 01:33 Factories Struggle As World Demand Splutters

    Factories Struggle As World Demand Splutters

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    Manufacturing growth across the euro zone eased in July and signs of a sharper slowdown outside powerhouse Germany may add to calls for the ECB to loosen policy again. As David Pollard reports, activity in China's manufacturing sector also eased unex

  • 01:04 Glass Ceiling Shattered For Tokyo's Top Job

    Glass Ceiling Shattered For Tokyo's Top Job

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    Former Japanese Defense Minister Yuriko Koike has won the race to lead Tokyo's capital - the first woman to lead the city. As Ryan Brooks reports, she hopes to breathe life into the city's deflated economy.

  • 01:27 Arts & Business Crafts At Cape Town Agency

    Arts & Business Crafts At Cape Town Agency

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    A South African entrepreneur wants young people from disadvantaged backgrounds to come together to forge new ideas - Dillion Phiri's 'Creative Nestlings' agency showcasing the work of emerging designers, artists and musicians who want to ea

  • 00:56 Businesses, Campaign Workers Try To Lure In Pokemon Go Players

    Businesses, Campaign Workers Try To Lure In Pokemon Go Players

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    As players try to capture the fictional creatures in Nintendo's new Pokemon Go game, local businesses try to lure them in, and campaign workers search for new voters. Diane Hodges reports.

  • 01:22 Stocks Post Solid Monthly Gains

    Stocks Post Solid Monthly Gains

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    A rally by Alphabet and Amazon powered the S&P 500 to another record intraday high on Friday. Fred Katayama reports.

  • 01:01 Popular Chevron, Exxon Mobil Disappoint On Earnings

    Chevron, Exxon Mobil Disappoint On Earnings

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    Chevron posted largest quarterly loss since 2001 and Exxon Mobil profit missed expectations. Fred Katayama reports.

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