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Along with Italy's banks, Portugal's are now attracting attention from economists worried over high levels of debt and low levels of capital. Kirsty Basset reports on the growing conviction, for some, that another financial crisis is brewing.
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Traders at the New York Stock Exchange observe a moment of silence for victims of the Dallas shootings. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
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A post-referendum survey shows British consumer morale suffered its biggest drop in more than five years after last month's decision to leave the European Union. But, as Laura Frykberg reports, the hunt for new bilateral trade deals is getting underw
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A sharp and unexpected plunge in German exports gives a further signal that weak demand is dragging on Europe's largest economy. And, as David Pollard reports, the latest ECB minutes talk of the risk of a 'significant' impact on the euro zo
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Asian stocks deepen losses as investors dump riskier assets and flee to safe havens - and European shares appear set for their worst week in months. Hayley Platt reports.
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Wal-Mart workers in China are reportedly going on strike across the country, angry over changes to their scheduling system. Eve Johnson reports.
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Filipino fishermen say their livelihoods are under threat from skirmishes with Chinese ships on prime fishing grounds in the South China Sea. Tara Joseph reports.
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Singapore's famous food hawkers face an unappetising future as market forces threaten their long tradition of cheap cuisine. Ryan Brooks reports.
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Stocks had a split session a day ahead of the monthly jobs report. Oil fell dragging down energy shares. Bobbi Rebell reports.
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The burrito chain slammed by disease outbreaks reminds customers of its use of fresh ingredients in a new video put out this week. Fred Katayama reports.
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PepsiCo reported a better-than-expected profit for the second quarter lifted by higher demand for healthier drinks and snacks. Bobbi Rebell reports.
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South Korea aims to regulate the increasingly common ownership of pets. As Hayley Platt reports, it's a bid to to crack down on animal abuse and promote an unsupervised sector that the government sees as economic growth opportunity.