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  • 01:43 Popular Madagascar Tourists - A Rare Species?

    Madagascar Tourists - A Rare Species?

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    About 400,000 tourists visited Madagascar in 2008 before a coup scared off tourists and investors alike - and, recently, an Air Madagascar strike means it's even more difficult for visitors to come. But, as David Pollard reports, the island nations w

  • 01:33 Popular Disney Revenue Falls Short Of Forecasts

    Disney Revenue Falls Short Of Forecasts

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    Disney earnings were better than expectations, thanks to strength at the TV networks and theme parks, but revenue fell short, in part on lower ratings at ESPN. Stocks fell. Bobbi Rebell reports.

  • 01:31 Popular President Hosts First-ever Demo Day At White House

    President Hosts First-ever Demo Day At White House

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    U.S. President Barack Obama lets entrepreneurs demonstrate their innovations, and unveils programs to encourage more diversity among start ups. Rough Cut (No reporter narration)

  • 01:29 Popular U.s. Investors' Exposure To Puerto Rico Debt

    U.s. Investors' Exposure To Puerto Rico Debt

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    Many investors may be unaware of their exposure to Puerto Rican debt, and could face losses now that the country has defaulted on a payment. Bobbi Rebell reports.

  • 00:59 Popular Drugmaker Shire's $30 Bln Baxalta Bid

    Drugmaker Shire's $30 Bln Baxalta Bid

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    Drugmaker Shire says it's seeking to buy Baxalta, a company spun-off by Baxter International last month, for $30 billion to forge the leading global specialist in rare diseases. As Joel Flynn reportsthe London-listed group went public with its approa

  • 01:07 Popular Airlines Ban Game Trophy Transport

    Airlines Ban Game Trophy Transport

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    American Airlines joined United and Delta in banning the transport of game trophies after the outrage over the killing of Cecil the lion. Fred Katayama reports.

  • 01:38 Popular Even Bmw Fears China Impact

    Even Bmw Fears China Impact

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    BMW, the world's biggest luxury carmaker, has warned its outlook could be at risk from any further deterioration in the Chinese market, where its sales have begun to fall for the first time in a decade. But as Sonia Legg reports, BMW still expects re

  • 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

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