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France unveils a budget for next year that promises a modest improvement in its finances and offers households tax cuts ahead of presidential elections in 2017. But as Tim Graham reports, there are still concerns about the weakness of the economy.
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President Muhammadu Buhari has told Reuters he will hold Nigeria's crucial oil portfolio in his new cabinet, rather than trust anyone else with the source of most of Nigeria's revenue. But as David Pollard reports, it may take more than that to
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Euro zone inflation turned negative again in September as oil prices tumbled. As David Pollard reports, it will raise the pressure on the European Central Bank to beef up its asset purchases to kick start anaemic price growth.
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Zimbabwe has one of the worst unemployment rates in the world but there's one industry which is thriving. As Tim Graham reports the number of unregulated vendors is soaring as people try to make a living selling on the streets.
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China's slowing economy is creeping into Hong Kong's, but Financial Secretary John Tsang is optimistic and sees no need for a change in the U.S. dollar peg for the local currency. Tara Joseph reports.
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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced this week that the American social media giant will bring Internet to the refugee camps handled by the United Nations. The decision will mainly benefit the over 4 million Syrians who left their country since the star
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U.S. stocks closed mostly higher, but were kept in check by looming worries about the global economy. Bobbi Rebell reports.
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Despite turbulent markets, consumer confidence unexpectedly jumped more than expected in September. Bobbi Rebell reports.
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Walmart - the largest U.S. retailer – announced it is rolling out its pick-up service for online grocery delivery in eight new markets. Shartia Brantley reports.
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Royal Dutch Shell has abandoned its Arctic search for oil after failing to find enough crude. As Tim Graham reports, the move has delighted environmental campaigners and shareholders who said its project was too expensive and risky.
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Celebrities are investing staggering sums of money into insuring their body parts, and some of the amounts are jaw droppingly outrageous.
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Britain's second-biggest steelmaker SSI UK has announced plans to mothball a plant in northeast England and axe about 1,700 jobs. As Laura Frykberg reports the loss-making company, a unit of Thailand's biggest steelmaker Sahaviriya Steel Industr