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Business going fully digital could add $29 trillion boost to the economy over the next decade and provide export opportunities for up to 350 million new enterprises, according to a new analysis on the 'Future of Trade'. David Pollard reports.
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China has expressed its opposition to unilateral sanctions against North Korea saying they could raise tension. As Ryan Brooks reports, it follows a decision by the United States to impose new curbs on the isolated country in retaliation for its uclear an
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Nicknamed the 'Bin Laden,' the 500 Euro bill seems to be a criminal magnet. Will Europe say 'au revoir' to the 500 Euro bill?
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Protests erupt in several Brazilian cities after President Dilma Rousseff names her predecessor chief of staff, shielding him from prosecution. Natasha Howitt reports.
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The U.S. central bank made no changes to interest rates, and signaled there would be fewer increases this year than had previously been expected. Bobbi Rebell reports.
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Stocks moved higher after the U.S. Federal Reserve held interest rates steady, and indicated fewer hikes were likely this year than previously expected. Bobbi Rebell reports.
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Mark Wahlberg and Dwayne Johnson may have created an HBO hit series, Ballers, but it looks to be a high price to pay as they are facing a $200 million lawsuit.
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UK Finance Minister George Osborne says he will cut public spending further as he misses his targets for bringing down national debt. As Joel Flynn reports, this was a budget dominated by reductions in GDP forecasts and the implementation of a tax on suga
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Apple says the U.S. founding fathers "would be appalled" by the Justice Department's request to unlock an encrypted iPhone. Fred Katayama reports.
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UK Finance Minister George Osborne says he will cut public spending further as he misses his targets for bringing down national debt, in a budget dominated by reductions in GDP forecasts and the implementation of a tax on sugar.
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Forget luxury bags and high-end wine, Chinese consumers are now pinching pennies even when it comes to things like toothpaste and instant noodles. Eve Johnson reports
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Deutsche Boerse and London Stock Exchange say they have reached a merger agreement and see potential cost savings of 450 million euros ($499 million) per year for the combined company. Hayley Platt reports