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  • 01:12 Eu: Facebook Misled It Over Whatsapp

    Eu: Facebook Misled It Over Whatsapp

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    EU regulators charge the social network gave them misleading information during its purchase of the messaging service. As Fred Katayama reports, Facebook could face a massive fine.

  • 01:19 Bird Flu Takes Toll On South Korean Egg Industry

    Bird Flu Takes Toll On South Korean Egg Industry

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    South Korea has slaughtered over one fifth of its poultry population as a grapples with its worst ever bird flu. As David Pollard reports, egg prices are soaring, hitting consumers, retailers and caterers across the country.

  • 01:34 Bse Closes 66.72 Points Down On Dec 20

    Bse Closes 66.72 Points Down On Dec 20

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    New Delhi, Dec 20 (ANI): Trading at the Bombay Stock Exchange today closed 66.72 points down to stand at 26,307.98. At the National Stock Exchange the Nifty closed 21.95 points down to stand at 8,082.40. Alok Industries Ltd and Edelweiss Financial Service

  • 01:43 Italy Bids To Borrow €20bln For Ailing Banks

    Italy Bids To Borrow €20bln For Ailing Banks

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    Italy's government is to seek parliamentary approval to hike national debt by up to 20 billion euros to cover any eventual operation to stabilise the banking system. As David Pollard reports, it comes as the government is widely expected to have to s

  • 01:10 Popular Boj Upbeat But Shrugs Off Rate Hike Talk

    Boj Upbeat But Shrugs Off Rate Hike Talk

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    Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda offers an upbeat view of the economy but seeks to douse market talk the central bank may soon consider raising interest rates, vowing instead to keep policy loose to achieve the BOJ's 2 percent inflation goal. S

  • 01:06 Demonstrators Clash With Police In Maracaibo As Venezuelans Struggle To Exchange Currency

    Demonstrators Clash With Police In Maracaibo As Venezuelans Struggle To Exchange Currency

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    Tear gas and looting in Maracaibo, Venezuela after the government pulls from circulation its largest currency note before replacement bills are circulated. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

  • 01:51 Popular Markets Pin Hopes On Santa Rally

    Markets Pin Hopes On Santa Rally

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    Stock markets may look for more strong gains after last week's surge in US and European equities, while on the macro front, the Bank of Japan and Germany's latest IFO reading take centre stage in the run-up to Christmas. And as David Pollard rep

  • 01:18 Popular Tech Drags Wall Street Lower

    Tech Drags Wall Street Lower

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    U.S. stocks fell on Friday, weighed by a drop in Oracle shares. Angela Moore reports.

  • 01:13 Mylan Launches Epipen Generic At $300 Per Two-pack

    Mylan Launches Epipen Generic At $300 Per Two-pack

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    Mylan will start selling a generic version of its life-saving EpiPen allergy treatment for $300 per two-pack, a more than fifty percent discount. Jeanne Yurman reports.

  • 01:08 Housing Starts Tumble From Nine-year High

    Housing Starts Tumble From Nine-year High

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    Figures for the start of construction on new housing projects fell well short of forecasts in November, according to the Commerce Department. Jeanne Yurman reports.

  • 01:41 Hard Reality Sets In For Brazil

    Hard Reality Sets In For Brazil

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    Brazil's President Temer has unveiled a raft of stimulus measures to try and quell the growing discontent across the country, after the Senate approved a controversial twenty-year spending cap in a bid to get the country's economy back on track.

  • 01:41 Popular Upbeat Outlook Ahead For 2017, Says Germany's Ifo

    Upbeat Outlook Ahead For 2017, Says Germany's Ifo

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    Germany's influential IFO institute seals a week of positive data from the euro zone data with an upbeat outlook for its largest economy. Germany will rebound more strongly in Q4, it says, and its growth momentum will follow through into 2017. David

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