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  • 01:35 Popular Jobs Rise Won't End Spain's Pain Yet

    Jobs Rise Won't End Spain's Pain Yet

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    The number of Spaniards registered jobless fell for a sixth month in a row in July. But as Sonia Legg reports, with nearly all new hires on temporary seasonal contracts, the revival of a long-depressed labour market remains a work in progress.

  • 01:40 Popular Libor Verdict: Just The Beginning?

    Libor Verdict: Just The Beginning?

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    Tom Hayes, the former trader found guilty of Libor maniopulation, is starting a 14-year jail sentence. As David Pollard reports, his conviction won't be the end of the scandal.

  • 01:38 Popular Bse Closes Points 115.13 Down On August 4

    Bse Closes Points 115.13 Down On August 4

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    New Delhi, Aug 4 (ANI): Trading at the Bombay Stock Exchange today closed 115.13 points down to stand at 28,071.93. At the National Stock Exchange the Nifty closed 26.15 points down to stand at 8,516.90. Adani Enterprises Ltd and Torrent Power Ltd were am

  • 01:33 Popular Brutal Second Day For Greek Bank Stocks

    Brutal Second Day For Greek Bank Stocks

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    Greece's banking stocks have plunged for the second day in a row, dragging the main Athens index down and reflecting the country's continuing financial and economic woes. As Joel Flynn reports the overall Athens index was down about 4 percent af

  • 01:41 Popular Uk Takes £1bln Rbs Sell-off Hit

    Uk Takes £1bln Rbs Sell-off Hit

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    Shares have fallen nearly 10 percent at French bank Credit Agricole and Britain has sold a 2.1 billion pound ($3.3 billion) stake in Royal Bank of Scotland, to kick off the disposal of its holding seven years after bailing out the bank. Hayley Platt repor

  • 01:06 Popular Rbi Keeps Policy Rates On Hold At 7.25%

    Rbi Keeps Policy Rates On Hold At 7.25%

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    Mumbai, August 04 (ANI): The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) kept its policy rate on hold at 7.25 percent on Tuesday, as widely expected, while leaving the door open to ease further depending on the inflation outlook and how swiftly banks lower their lending

  • 01:29 Popular Oil Tumbles Dragging Down Stocks

    Oil Tumbles Dragging Down Stocks

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    Stocks began the week under pressure from the energy sector. Puerto Rico defaults on a bond payment. Bobbi Rebell reports.

  • 01:11 Popular B&n Education's Anti-amazon Strategy

    B&n Education's Anti-amazon Strategy

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    Barnes and Noble has spun off its college bookstore business in a bid to better compete against rivals like Amazon, and to be able to complete strategic deals in the digital space. Bobbi Rebell reports.

  • 05:11 Popular Barnes & Noble Spins Off Educational Unit

    Barnes & Noble Spins Off Educational Unit

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    The company's on-site presence across over 700 college campuses can't be matched by competition, says Barnes & Noble Education's executive chairman Michael Huseby. Bobbi Rebell reports.

  • 01:27 Popular Christmas Comes Early For London Shoppers

    Christmas Comes Early For London Shoppers

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    With 143 days left until Christmas, Selfridges opens its Christmas store in London. Stephanie Prentice reports.

  • 01:15 Popular Trader Gets 14 Years Jail In Libor Trial

    Trader Gets 14 Years Jail In Libor Trial

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    Tom Hayes, a British former trader, is sentenced to 14 years in jail by a London court after becoming the first person to be convicted by a jury of conspiring to rig Libor benchmark interest rates following a seven-year global investigation. David Pollard

  • 00:55 Popular Tyson Foods Cuts Profit Outlook

    Tyson Foods Cuts Profit Outlook

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    The U.S.' largest meat processor's quarterly profit shot up sharply, but it missed analysts' targets. Fred Katayama reports.

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