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  • 01:38 Popular China's Pain Is London Property's Gain

    China's Pain Is London Property's Gain

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    The top of London's property market has been the golden realm of international investors and speculators for some time, but some had worried what effects China's economic slowdown might have on the market. As Joel Flynn reports, it could yet be

  • 01:39 U.s. Chief Knew Vw Was Breaking Rules

    U.s. Chief Knew Vw Was Breaking Rules

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    Volkswagen's Korea boss has apologised for the emissions scandal to a parliamentary committee in Seoul. But as Sonia Legg reports, it's the grilling in the U.S. about the biggest scandal in the German automaker's history which will is still

  • 01:37 Popular Investors Weigh Up Huge Deutsche Loss

    Investors Weigh Up Huge Deutsche Loss

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    Deutsche Bank will report a record pre-tax loss of 6 billion euros ($6.7 billion) in the third quarter. As David Pollard reports it will also cut or skip dividend payments for 2015.

  • 00:37 Popular Pepsi Releases ‘back To The Future’ Bottles

    Pepsi Releases ‘back To The Future’ Bottles

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    On October 21st, Pepsi will be releasing limited editions of ‘Back to the Future’ bottles to commemorate the date Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox), Doc Brown (Christopher Lloyd) and Jennifer (Elisabeth Shue) went into the future in “Back to

  • 01:00 Fast Retailing Misses Fy Profit Forecast

    Fast Retailing Misses Fy Profit Forecast

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    Fast Retailing, Japanese apparel company and owner of clothing chain Uniqlo, missed projections for its 2015 financial year as the retailer looks to expand globally. Meg Teckman reports.

  • 01:10 Popular Stocks Rise In Volatile Session

    Stocks Rise In Volatile Session

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    The S&P 500 rose for the sixth day on strength in biotechnology stocks. Twitter jumped after a big investor raised his stake in the microblogging site. Bobbi Rebell reports.

  • 01:11 Popular Yum's Profit Falls On China Woes

    Yum's Profit Falls On China Woes

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    Yum Brands cut its full-year profit forecast, citing a slower-than-expected recovery in its key market, China. Shares plummeted. Fred Katayama reports.

  • 01:27 Popular Pure Storage Drops In Debut

    Pure Storage Drops In Debut

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    Pure Storage had a tough debut on the NYSE, highlighting a difficult market for IPOs. The flash storage memory company has focused on growth, and had yet to turn a profit. Bobbi Rebell reports.

  • 01:38 Popular Brewing Giants Remain Single For Now

    Brewing Giants Remain Single For Now

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    SABMiller, the world's second largest brewer, has promptly rejected an improved offer from bigger rival Anheuser-Busch InBev, saying that its 68 billion-pound ($104 billion) valuation was insufficient. But as Joel Flynn reports, some say a deal is st

  • 01:38 Popular Ivory Coast Wrestles With Cocoa Dilemma

    Ivory Coast Wrestles With Cocoa Dilemma

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    The Ivory Coast government is planning to expel thousands of illegal cocoa farmers from parks and reserves in a bid to save the country's forests. But as Ivor Bennet reports, it's feared the evictions may cause a fall in cocoa production and pos

  • 01:42 Tesco's New Profit Fall Is Not All Bad

    Tesco's New Profit Fall Is Not All Bad

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    Britain's biggest supermarket Tesco says it is trading ahead of expectations and outperforming rivals after a move to sacrifice profitability in favour of price cuts and better services won back customers. But as Joel Flynn reports, the CEO's tu

  • 01:36 Germany Adds To Global Growth Gloom

    Germany Adds To Global Growth Gloom

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    German industrial output fell in August at its fastest pace in a year suggesting Europe's largest economy may have lost momentum in the third quarter. As David Pollard reports, it follows a warning from the IMF about the impact of China's slowdo

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