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  • 01:26 New A Possible Break In The Brexit Deadlock

    A Possible Break In The Brexit Deadlock

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    European Union leaders could hand Theresa May an olive branch in deadlocked Brexit negotiations next week by launching their own internal preparations for a transition to a new relationship with Britain. Scarlett Cvitanovich reports.

  • 02:00 New Hurricanes Produce Donor Fatigue

    Hurricanes Produce Donor Fatigue

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    So many natural disasters have struck in so short a time that each successive event has resulted in fewer contributions to relief agencies. Fred Katayama reports.

  • 01:45 New Uk's Bcc: 'extraordinary' For Boe To Mull Rate Hike

    Uk's Bcc: 'extraordinary' For Boe To Mull Rate Hike

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    Britain's economy shows little sign of improving on lacklustre growth and it seems "extraordinary" that the Bank of England is considering raising interest rates, the British Chambers of Commerce said on Friday. Kate King reports.

  • 01:04 New Bmw, Great Wall Confirm China Mini Talks

    Bmw, Great Wall Confirm China Mini Talks

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    Luxury German carmaker BMW is in talks to produce its Mini models in China in partnership with Great Wall Motor Co., the Chinese carmaker confirmed on Friday. David Pollard reports.

  • 01:20 New Virgin Backs 'hyperloop One' Super Train Concept

    Virgin Backs 'hyperloop One' Super Train Concept

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    British billionaire Richard Branson has announced his Virgin Group will become a partner in "Hyperloop One", a super train conceptualized by Elon Musk to ferry passengers from New York to Washington, D.C. in less than hour. Matthew Larotonda rep

  • 01:41 New Basf Shelling Out $7bln For Bayer's Seed Business

    Basf Shelling Out $7bln For Bayer's Seed Business

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    BASF has agreed to buy parts of Bayer's seed and herbicide businesses for 5.9 billion euros in cash. As Kate King reports, the deal could signal a shift in direction for both companies as Bayer seeks approval for its $66 bln takeover of Monsanto.

  • 01:35 New Kobe Steel's Cheating Engulfs More Divisions

    Kobe Steel's Cheating Engulfs More Divisions

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    The crisis at Kobe widens as the Japanese firm admits it has also falsely labelled products from its steel divisions. As David Pollard reports, sources have told Reuters that Boeing is among Kobe clients to have used the falsely certified products.

  • 01:47 New China In High Gear, Imports Blow Past Expectations

    China In High Gear, Imports Blow Past Expectations

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    China's import and export growth accelerates in September, suggesting the world's second-biggest economy is still expanding at a healthy pace despite widespread forecasts of an eventual slowdown. Ciara Lee reports.

  • 01:30 New Queen's Bank Revamping To Gain Younger Clients

    Queen's Bank Revamping To Gain Younger Clients

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    After three centuries as banker to Britain's rich and famous, from Charles Dickens to Queen Elizabeth II, Coutts, one of the world's oldest banks, is trying to modernise. Scarlett's Citanovich-Hodge reports.

  • 01:04 New Samsung Boss Resigns Over "unprecedented Crisis"

    Samsung Boss Resigns Over "unprecedented Crisis"

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    Samsung Electronics CEO Kwon Oh-hyun announces shock resignation as the company's profits surge. Sara Hemrajani reports.

  • 01:23 New Wall St Falls As Banks Weigh

    Wall St Falls As Banks Weigh

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    Tepid earnings reports from big banks couldn't lift Wall Street Thursday. Fred Katayama reports.

  • 01:30 New Trump Signs Order To Weaken Obamacare

    Trump Signs Order To Weaken Obamacare

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    President Donald Trump signed an executive order to weaken the Obamacare law and make it easier for Americans to buy bare-bones health insurance plans. Fred Katayama reports.

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