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UK business, shoppers get gloomier ahead

In France they're rehearsing for Brexit. In the UK, new surveys show shoppers and businesses aren't confident about what lies ahead. Julian Satterthwaite reports.

03-Sep-2019
S&P slashes Argentina debt rating to jun

Standard & Poor's announced Thursday that it was slashing Argentina's long-term credit rating another three notches into the deepest area of junk debt. David Pollard reports.

03-Sep-2019
Soothing talk on trade lifts global stoc

Stocks in Asia and Europe were largely on the up Friday after Washington and Beijing both talked of progress on trade talks. Julian Satterthwaite reports.

03-Sep-2019
FTC probes marketing practices of Juul:

The Federal Trade Commission is investigating the marketing practices of e-cigarette maker Juul Labs Inc sending shares of tobacco stocks down, a person briefed on the matter said Thursday. Havovi Cooper reports.

02-Sep-2019
What to look out for at Apple's Sep 10 e

Apple's big hardware event is coming on September 10. New iPhones are expected to be launched and investor will be watching the prices to see how the trade war is impacting the Cupertino tech giant. Stephen Nellis reports.

02-Sep-2019
Wall Street rises on China trade hopes

U.S. stocks rallied more than 1% on Thursday, buoyed by gains in the trade-sensitive technology and industrial sectors, as China expressed hope on trade negotiations with the United States. Fred Katayama reports.

02-Sep-2019
Cash, bonds are luxury items - Courtney

Exencial Wealth Advisors' Tim Courtney also tells Reuters' Fred Katayama low rates will serve as a floor on equity prices.

02-Sep-2019
Timberland parent to stop buying Brazil'

The parent company of Timerberland, Vans and the NorthFace, said it will stop buying Brazilian leather for its products over concerns the South American country isn't doing enough to grapple with fires raging in the Amazon.  Conway G. Gittens reports

02-Sep-2019
Tariff pain ahead for Best Buy, Abercrom

Retailers Best Buy and Abercrombie & Fitch blamed U.S. tariffs on Chinese goods for their weak sales forecasts. As Fred Katayama reports, that slammed their shares.

02-Sep-2019
Italy coalition deal helps drive gains f

Italy led the way higher for European stocks Thursday amid optimism that a fiscally prudent new government would be formed. Julian Satterthwaite rounds up the day's market moves.

02-Sep-2019
German inflation slows, jobless total ed

Germany shows more signs of a slowdown, while UK data points the way down for its beleaguered car industry.  David Pollard reports.

02-Sep-2019
Samsung boss could end up in jail, again

South Korea's Supreme Court has overturned a ruling in the bribery case of Samsung's de facto chief Jay Y. Lee, part of a wider national scandal that embroiled former President Park Geun-hye. Matthew Larotonda reports.

02-Sep-2019
Pernod lifts spirits with buyback, inves

French spirits maker Pernod Ricard launched a share buyback programme and announced new investments in China and the United States as it posted solid profit growth. David Pollard reports.

02-Sep-2019
Huawei plans flagship phone launch, with

Huawei plans to launch a new flagship phone. Just one problem: it can't use Google's apps and services. Julian Satterthwaite reports.

02-Sep-2019
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