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Stocks caught a breather Friday, breaking a five-session losing streak as badly beaten down bank and energy shares moved higher for a change. Jeanne Yurman reports.
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Retailers usually expect a nearly $20 billion bonanza on a Valentine's Day weekend -- but with an Arctic chill forecast for parts of the United States, will paramours be able to keep alive the retail heat? Mana Rabiee reports.
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Toymakers showcase variety of educational toys during 2016 Toy Fair. Many are inspired by Hollywood movies. Jeanne Yurman reports.
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Some investors lost confidence after some central banks cut their rates below zero. That slammed bank stocks. Fred Katayama reports.
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UK football fans have been talking with their feet - threatening walkouts at Premier League clubs which, they claim, charge too much for tickets. As Ivor Bennett reports, the huge TV revenues the clubs earn are adding to the pressure for them to reconside
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UK Prime Minister David Cameron is ramping up efforts to find agreement on a new EU membership deal for Britain. As Kirsty Basset reports, German chancellor Angela Merkel has offered her verbal support - but there are still challenges ahead for Cameron be
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South Africa's president's bid to outline new policies in his state of the nation address was marred by a walkout from members of the Economic Freedom Fighters. As David Pollard reports, Jacob Zuma is under pressure to show he can put an ailing
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With Valentine’s Day approaching, retailers around the world are preparing for one of their biggest trading days this year. From florists to chocolate shops, savvy business owners are doing their best to put a price on love.
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Google's postings show it wants manufacturing expertise amid speculation it wants to build its own cars. Fred Katayama reports.
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Investors are asking questions about Portugal, amid growing concerns about the health of European banks and the global growth outlook. As the country's bond yields rise, is it the weak link in the euro zone? Kirsty Basset reports.
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Positive results from Commerzbank buoy European shares, but after another sharp slide on the Nikkei, Japan pushes for a global policy response to world market turbulence. Ivor Bennett reports.
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Germany is cruising at a steady if unspectacular pace, according to the latest GDP figures, but Italy is barely growing and Spain's CPI data points to persistent worries over deflation. David Pollard reports.