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  • 00:59 Constellation Brands Beer Sales Jump

    Constellation Brands Beer Sales Jump

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    Constellation Brands reports a jump in quarterly sales, driven by demand for its beers, such as Corona and Modelo, and raises its full-year profit forecast. Bobbi Rebell reports.

  • 00:30 Iran 'central' To Regional Plans Of French Carmaker Psa

    Iran 'central' To Regional Plans Of French Carmaker Psa

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    Iran will play a "central" role in French carmaker PSA's strategic plans for the Middle East, according to the head of the manufacturing group on his first visit to the country.

  • 01:34 Popular Pricey Robots Produce Pizza

    Pricey Robots Produce Pizza

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    Robots that cost $3 million to develop are helping cook up pizza at a Silicon Valley startup. But as Lisa Bernhard reports, they have limitations beyond cost.

  • 01:48 Ecb Taper Talk Jolts Markets

    Ecb Taper Talk Jolts Markets

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    The prospect of the European Central Bank eventually winding down its bond-buying stimulus programme has rattled investors. As David Pollard reports, some are wondering whether the asset-buying stimulus programmes that have buoyed markets across the globe

  • 01:34 Bse Closes 113.57 Points Down On Oct 05

    Bse Closes 113.57 Points Down On Oct 05

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    New Delhi, Oct 05 (ANI): Trading at the Bombay Stock Exchange today closed 113.57 points down to stand at 28,220.98. At the National Stock Exchange the Nifty closed 25.20 points down to stand at 8,743.95. Bajaj Holdings and Investment Ltd and Tata Global

  • 01:15 Blackrock Slashes Etf Prices

    Blackrock Slashes Etf Prices

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    A new rule by the Obama Administration spurred BlackRock to cut prices on 15 of its exchange-traded funds. Fred Katayama reports.

  • 01:43 Popular Sterling Hits New Low On 'hard' Brexit Fears

    Sterling Hits New Low On 'hard' Brexit Fears

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    Britain's pound has fallen again on fears over a so-called "hard" Brexit, dropping below $1.27 for the first time since June 1985. And the UK's key services sector PMI has also fallen slightly, with financial services in particular bra

  • 01:45 Shippers Brace For Pricey New Rules To Cut Emissions

    Shippers Brace For Pricey New Rules To Cut Emissions

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    The global shipping industry is bracing for a key regulatory decision that could mark a milestone in reducing maritime pollution, but which could nearly double fuel costs in a sector already reeling from its worst downturn in decades. Graham Mackay report

  • 01:29 Popular Pmi: Euro Zone Business Growth Slows In September

    Pmi: Euro Zone Business Growth Slows In September

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    There are more worries about the euro zone's economic recovery. As David Pollard reports, surveys show near-stagnation in German services put the brakes on overall private sector growth in September and euro zone business activity expanded at its wea

  • 01:34 Popular Tesco Recovery Takes Hold; Shares Soar

    Tesco Recovery Takes Hold; Shares Soar

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    Tesco, Britain's biggest retailer, has said it will increase investment in its stores and distribution network to boost profitability over the next three years after reporting strong first-half results that sent its shares soaring. Hayley Platt repor

  • 01:30 S. Korea Pays Paparazzi Vigilantes To Bust Crime

    S. Korea Pays Paparazzi Vigilantes To Bust Crime

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    A new law in South Korea gives cash rewards to citizen vigilantes that spot evidence of corruption. As Ryan Brooks reports it’s spawning a cottage industry of classrooms training an army of aspiring paparazzi chasing after shady officials.

  • 01:27 African Growth Dips To Two-decade Low: World Bank.

    African Growth Dips To Two-decade Low: World Bank.

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    Economic growth in sub-Saharan Africa is likely to slip to 1.6 percent this year, its lowest level in two decades. As Sonia Legg reports, the World Bank reports says it's due to continuing woes in the continent's largest economies South Africa a

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