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Media stocks took a beating on concerns about cord cutters. Stocks extended their losing streak. Bobbi Rebell reports.
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An expansion to the Suez Canal opens with great fanfare. Egypt hopes it will revitalise the country's economy but as Joel Flynn reports some fear the project may fail to meet expectations.
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Citizens of Puerto Rico have mixed reactions to the island's recent debt default, with some blaming the government, and others expressing hope. Bobbi Rebell reports.
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Activist investor Bill Ackman may be betting the maker of Oreos will get bought out. One potential buyer is Kraft Heinz, says an analyst. Fred Katayama reports.
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The Bank of England has rolled three big key economic events into one 'Super Thursday' data announcement - including its interest rate decision. As David Pollard reports, the BoE appears to be in no rush to hike, at least for now.
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There's no sign of any let up in the turmoil hitting commodities markets. As Ciara Lee reports global miner Rio Tinto has seen its first half earnings pummelled by low iron ore prices.
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Millions of Londoners struggled to work on Thursday as a strike brought the Underground rail network to a standstill. As Hayley Platt reports the second strike in a month, caused traffic gridlock across the British capital.
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Once synonymous with clunky headgear, virtual reality is fast becoming the hot topic of gaming's next generation, and as Joel Flynn reports, the world's biggest manufacturers are all vying to capitalise on the burgeoning market.
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The killing of the iconic lion 'Cecil' in Zimbabwe last week sparked global outrage. But as Hayley Platt reports, it has also exposed the financial difficulties facing Zimbabwe's wildlife conservation authority.
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German sportswear-maker Adidas has engaged an investment bank to consider the possible sale of its struggling golf brands amid a global decline in the popularity of the sport. David Pollard reports.
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With China's economy on the decline, Chinese diners are pickier than ever about where to spend their money - and foreign fast food giants like Yum Brands and McDonald's are struggling to boost sales. Anita Li reports.
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The second London tube strike in one month is expected to bring chaos to the British capital Thursday as millions of commuters will be stranded. One of the most affected sectors will be the small businesses in central London which expect major losses due