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  • 01:36 Wynn Opens Macau's Most Expensive Casino

    Wynn Opens Macau's Most Expensive Casino

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    The odds don't look too good for Steve Wynn, opening Macau's most expensive casino this week even as gambling revenues continue to sink. Reuters Eve Johnson looks at why the casino tycoon is taking the risk.

  • 01:37 Popular Germany, France, Italy Say Europe Must Move Forward After Brexit Vote

    Germany, France, Italy Say Europe Must Move Forward After Brexit Vote

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    The leaders of the euro zone's biggest economies held talks on Monday in the aftermath of Britain's shock decision to leave the European Union. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.

  • 01:09 Wall Street Ends Flat

    Wall Street Ends Flat

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    A rise in biotech stocks partially offset a fall in energy shares. This comes ahead of Fed chair Janet Yellen's speech later this week as Fred Katayama reports.

  • 01:03 Vw Says Six Plants Hit By Supplier Dispute

    Vw Says Six Plants Hit By Supplier Dispute

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    Volkswagen says it's facing production delays at more than half its German plants because of a row with two suppliers. As Laura Frykberg reports, the dispute could cost the automaker tens of millions of euros on top of the cost of the emissions scand

  • 01:52 Millennials Say 'no' To Debt

    Millennials Say 'no' To Debt

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    Millennials shun any kind of debt, especially credit cards, and their reluctance to pull out the plastic could have lasting repercussions for the financial system and the economy, according to an expert. Fred Katayama reports.

  • 01:42 Europe Leaders Discuss Brexit Gameplan

    Europe Leaders Discuss Brexit Gameplan

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    The leaders of Germany, France and Italy are meeting to discuss how to keep the European project together. As Sonia Legg reports, it's the second set of talks between the premiers of the euro zone's three largest economies since Britain's s

  • 01:31 Popular China Eyes Major English Soccer Club?

    China Eyes Major English Soccer Club?

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    Big Chinese money is turning its attention to British soccer club Liverpool, what may be the latest in an ongoing Chinese splurge on the sport. Ryan Brooks gives an insight into what’s on the table.

  • 01:04 Pfizer To Buy Medivation For $14 Billion

    Pfizer To Buy Medivation For $14 Billion

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    Pfizer is paying a hefty premium for the much sought-after prostate cancer drug maker, Medivation. Fred Katayama reports.

  • 01:39 Popular Bse Closes 91.46 Points Down On Aug 22

    Bse Closes 91.46 Points Down On Aug 22

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    New Delhi, Aug 22 (ANI): Trading at the Bombay Stock Exchange today closed 91.46 points down to stand at 27,985.54. At the National Stock Exchange the Nifty closed 37.75 points down to stand at 8,629.15. OBEROI REALTY LTD and BIOCON LTD were among the top

  • 01:46 Popular Like Rio Tokyo Faces Olympic Challenges Too

    Like Rio Tokyo Faces Olympic Challenges Too

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    Brazil has pulled off a successful Olympic Games despite suffering a lack of funding, deep recession and social turmoil. Can troubled Japan do the same in four years time? Laura Frykberg finds out.

  • 01:39 Chemchina Syngenta Deal Moves A Step Closer

    Chemchina Syngenta Deal Moves A Step Closer

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    A U.S. national security panel has cleared ChemChina's $43 billion takeover of Swiss pesticides and seeds group Syngenta, boosting chances that the largest foreign acquisition ever by a Chinese company will go through. As Hayley Platt reports, the de

  • 01:43 An Old Boom Town Struggles In The New China

    An Old Boom Town Struggles In The New China

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    Yulin once soared to success on a natural resource boom during the heady days of China's economic golden years… and tried its best to follow Beijing's prescription to switch to service industries like tourism. But as Ryan Brooks reports,

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