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Stocks rose on Tuesday as Fed Chair Janet Yellen played down the risk of a recession, and concerns about Britain leaving the European Union eased. Bobbi Rebell reports.
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Global risks and hiring slowdown in the United States warrant a cautious approach to raising interest rates, says Fed Chair Janet Yellen. Bobbi Rebell reports.
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U.S. bank stocks and multinationals could get hurt if Britain votes to quit the European Union, equity strategists say. Fred Katayama reports.
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Britain might not be the only one to suffer damage from a Brexit. As David Pollard reports, the global economy is bracing for impact, too.
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The English town of Boston, dubbed by British tabloids as "the most Eastern European town in Britain", has long attracted Poles to the regional agriculture industry. But, as Sara Hemrajani reports, Boston is seeing divisions over immigration and
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Hatton Gardens, London's jewellery quarter, is feeling the pressure as online competition and rocketing rents are cutting footfall to retailers and forcing some to consider shutting altogether. Hayley Platt reports.
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The U.S.' second largest homebuilder sold more homes and fattened its bottom line as the housing market continued to recover. Fred Katayama reports.
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Fed Chair Janet Yellen says global risks and a U.S. hiring slowdown warrant a cautious approach to raising interest rates. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
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George Soros, the billionaire who earned fame by betting against the pound in 1992, says that a British vote on Thursday to leave the European Union will trigger a bigger and more disruptive sterling devaluation than the fall on Black Wednesday. As Sonia
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Sterling has hit a seven-week high against the dollar on expectations Britons will vote to stay in the European Union. But as Sara Hemrajani reports, stocks failed to build on the previous day's gains as this week's referendum keeps many investo
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Germany's Constitutional Court has rejected a challenge of the European Central Bank's emergency bond-buying scheme, clearing a never-used crisis fighting tool. David Pollard reports.
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Pakistan has Asia's top-performing stock market this year. But, as Eve Johnson reports, there's a big challenge ahead for the country's economy.