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  • 01:28 European Shares Dip, Auto Index Worst Performer

    European Shares Dip, Auto Index Worst Performer

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    European shares have dipped with the autos sector hitting its lowest level this year after anti-trust regulators opened an investigation into regional carmakers while price war worries hurt airlines. Laura Frykberg reports.

  • 01:07 Spotify, Warner Hope To Strike A Deal By September

    Spotify, Warner Hope To Strike A Deal By September

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    Swedish music streaming company Spotify is close to signing a new licensing deal with Warner Music, the last big music royalty agreement it needs before pushing ahead with a U.S. stock market listing. Fred Katayama reports.

  • 01:15 Amazon Takes On Alibaba In Southeast Asia

    Amazon Takes On Alibaba In Southeast Asia

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    Amazon launches its express delivery service in Singapore, marking the e-commerce giant's push into populous Southeast Asia and its first head-on battle with its Chinese rival, Alibaba. Samantha Vadas reports.

  • 01:45 Glencore Hopes To Strike Gold In Electric Cars

    Glencore Hopes To Strike Gold In Electric Cars

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    Mining giant Glencore bets the rise of electric cars will boost appetite for its metal. The company first half earnings jumped but as Silvia Antonioli reports, investors were hoping for more.

  • 01:10 Fog Lifting At Maersk As Shipping Sector Speeds Up

    Fog Lifting At Maersk As Shipping Sector Speeds Up

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    Denmark's A.P. Moller Maersk has given an upbeat outlook for container shipping, lifting its shares as investors looked beyond one-off second-quarter charges. It's also planning to take on the banks with a new finance venture. Laura Frykberg rep

  • 01:01 Air Berlin Creditors Jockey For Position

    Air Berlin Creditors Jockey For Position

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    Air Berlin's creditors are meeting on Wednesday for the first time as bidders jostle for position for the insolvent carrier's assets, although major progress is not expected yet, sources told Reuters. Ciara Lee reports.

  • 01:18 Stocks Fall On Trump Threat

    Stocks Fall On Trump Threat

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    President Donald Trump's warning of a government shutdown rattled investors, sending Wall Street lower Wednesday. Fred Katayama reports.

  • 01:32 Somalia's First Female Car Mechanic

    Somalia's First Female Car Mechanic

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    When Nasra Haji Hussein left home in central Somalia in search of a job, working as mechanic was not one of the options she had in mind. But two years on, having defied gender stereotypes, she is proof that opportunities still exist in the war-torn countr

  • 01:04 Flood Damage From Harvey May Match Katrina - Insurance Group

    Flood Damage From Harvey May Match Katrina - Insurance Group

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    Flood damage from Hurricane Harvey may equal that from 2005's Hurricane Katrina, the costliest natural disaster in U.S. history, according to Insurance Information Institute. Fred Katayama reports.

  • 01:21 Hyundai Factory Town In China Bears Brunt Of Political Spat

    Hyundai Factory Town In China Bears Brunt Of Political Spat

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    China's diplomatic row with South Korea over THAAD is having a local blow back. Work is drying up for Hyundai's Beijing workers, and with that, the factory town is struggling to survive. Joel Labi reports

  • 01:46 Uk Misses As Pmis Point Up Global Growth Hopes

    Uk Misses As Pmis Point Up Global Growth Hopes

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    China's services sector expanded at a faster clip in August as new business orders picked up, pointing to renewed strength in a key part of the world's second-largest economy. Euro zone business activity also remained robust in August, surveys s

  • 01:21 Greek Miners Angry Over Delayed Eldorado Permits

    Greek Miners Angry Over Delayed Eldorado Permits

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    Greek miners fearing job losses scuffled with police during a protest outside the environment ministry, after a Canadian mining company warned it could suspend operations in Greece. Laura Frykberg reports.

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