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Two inconclusive elections and the impasse in Spain is now eight months old. But, as Sonia Legg reports, the economy seems to be brushing off the uncertainly with bond yields hitting record lows.
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China's movie theatres are emptying out, and that's a problem for policymakers who see box office sales as a sign of a healthy consumer economy. Eve Johnson reports on why the slowdown isn't only bad news for Beijing, but for Hollywood, as
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Wall Street retreated from record levels on Wednesday after a drop in oil prices pressured energy stocks, while shares of Walt Disney surged on its results and an acquisition. Bobbi Rebell reports.
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Consumer groups press Yum's KFC to tighten antibiotic rules. Bobbi Rebell reports.
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Michael Kors reported a bigger-than-expected drop in comparable sales as mall traffic continued to fall, and the strong dollar discouraged tourist spending. Bobbi Rebell reports.
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The Bank of England's first rate cut since 2009 looks unlikely to be passed in full to borrowers, according to some. And, as Sam Vadas reports, it may not be a game-changer either.
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One of Tesla's cars crashed in Beijing last week while in 'autopilot' mode, with the driver contending sales staff overplaying its actual capabilities. As Hayley Platt reports, after a fatal accident in Florida too there's growing the
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The English Premier League is the richest soccer league in the world, as demonstrated by Manchester United's latest star signing. Sara Hemrajani looks at why there's so much money in the sport.
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China's main state-owned lenders are becoming increasingly involved in major financing deals in the MIddle East. As Nawied Jabarkhyl reports, in recent months low oil prices have put a strain on finances for both governments and businesses in the reg
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Britain's move to leave the EU could force manufacturers to boost their use of robots and automation. As Angeline Ong reports, it could help control costs and overcome a potential shortage of migrant labour.
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A brokerage service for retail investors parking their hard earned cash via algorhithms is a rising trend for financial markets. As Tara Joseph reports, Asia is now trying to play catch up to already established U.S. sites.
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Nasdaq rose to a record high close, while other major indexes hovered near their own recent all-time highs, in a session with thin trading volume. Bobbi Rebell reports.