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  • 01:40 New Markets Nervous Over North Korea, France And Uk

    Markets Nervous Over North Korea, France And Uk

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    Asian stocks were mixed on Tuesday and the dollar gave up the gains it had made when the U.S. Treasury Secretary spoke in support of a stronger currency as escalating tensions around North Korea dragged sentiment lower. Laura Frykberg reports.

  • 01:13 New Wall Street Rallies

    Wall Street Rallies

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    Netflix missed, but U.S. stocks bounced back in a broad rally led by bank and technology shares. Roselle Chen reports.

  • 01:11 New 'the Fate Of The Furious' Sets A Worldwide Record

    'the Fate Of The Furious' Sets A Worldwide Record

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    'The Fate of the Furious' roared to a record-setting global debut over Easter weekend, making $532 million. Roselle Chen reports.

  • 01:27 New Fda Rejects Eli Lilly's Arthritis Drug

    Fda Rejects Eli Lilly's Arthritis Drug

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    Shares of Eli Lilly and partner Incyte drop after the U.S. Food and Drug Administration declines to approve a new drug for rheumatoid arthritis. Roselle Chen reports.

  • 00:45 New Red-hot Property Market Lifts Growth In China

    Red-hot Property Market Lifts Growth In China

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    Government spending on infrastructure and a swelling property market help lift Chinese growth to a higher-than-expected 6.9% for the first quarter of 2017. But behind the upbeat numbers, there are fears that the housing sector may be on the verge of overh

  • 02:24 Silk Factory Portrays Socialist Utopia Of North Korean Regime

    Silk Factory Portrays Socialist Utopia Of North Korean Regime

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    Officially, North Korea denies it is reforming and declares it remains guided by the Juche, or self-reliance, philosophy of founder Kim Il-Sung, but under his grandson Kim Jong-Un, economic change is quietly happening as factory managers are given freedom

  • 01:10 Suvs Take Over New York Auto Show

    Suvs Take Over New York Auto Show

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    Automakers unveil a massive number of new sport utility vehicles at the New York International Auto Show, boosted by low fuel prices and increasing demand for big autos with luxurious designs. Fred Katayama reports.

  • 01:26 Wall St Falls As Banks Weigh After Earnings

    Wall St Falls As Banks Weigh After Earnings

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    Major U.S. stock indexes fall for a third straight day as investors weigh earnings reports from big U.S. banks and geopolitical tensions. Fred Katayama reports.

  • 01:40 Brazil's Temer: 'business As Usual' Despite Probe

    Brazil's Temer: 'business As Usual' Despite Probe

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    Brazil's President Michel Temer urges lawmakers to push ahead with business as usual, a day after a Supreme Court justice ordered corruption probes into 98 politicians, including leading legislators and a third of his cabinet. But, with such pressure

  • 01:55 S Africa: Zuma 'not Worried', But Investors?

    S Africa: Zuma 'not Worried', But Investors?

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    Despite mass opposition rallies, South African President Jacob Zuma responds to demands for him to quit by saying 'he's not stressed'. Investors, though, are far from relaxed about a struggling economy. David Pollard reports.

  • 01:14 Uk Exports Strong, Uncertainty Ahead - Survey

    Uk Exports Strong, Uncertainty Ahead - Survey

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    British manufacturers reported the fastest export growth in more than two years in early 2017 and the services sector also recovered to rack up its strongest sales growth since last June's Brexit vote, a survey showed on Thursday. As Laura Frykberg r

  • 01:31 Trump And Trade Lift China Outlook

    Trump And Trade Lift China Outlook

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    China's 2017 export outlook brightened considerably on Thursday as it reported forecast-beating trade growth in March and as U.S. President Donald Trump softened his anti-China rhetoric in an abrupt policy shift. David Pollard reports.

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