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    US newspapers aim to ride 'Trump Bump'

    Business, Published on 17/02/2017

    » NEW YORK: The Trump administration's combative view of traditional news media as the "opposition party" and "fake news" is turning out to be the best hope in 2017 for newspapers struggling to attract more digital readers and advertisers.


    Weekly business news quiz: October 21-25, 2013

    Jon Fernquest, Published on 25/10/2013

    » Check if you understand the issues and vocabulary in this week's most important business news stories.


    Asian shares edge higher

    Published on 20/08/2014

    » HONG KONG - Asian shares mostly edged higher Wednesday following a positive lead from Wall Street, where stocks advanced on encouraging US economic data before a keynote speech this week by the Federal Reserve chief.


    Asia markets mixed, Europe stocks up

    Published on 28/10/2014

    » HONG KONG - Asian markets were mixed Tuesday before the US Federal Reserve's policy meeting, which will be closely scrutinised for clues to its plans on interest rates.


    Asian stocks mixed

    Published on 11/11/2014

    » HONG KONG — Asian markets were mixed Tuesday after US shares tapped fresh records for a fourth straight session, while a weaker yen helped Japan's Nikkei extend its recent rally to hit a seven-year high.


    Asian shares reverse morning losses

    Published on 03/10/2014

    » HONG KONG — Asian markets mostly rose Friday ahead of a key US jobs report, while Hong Kong reversed morning losses as the financial hub's leaders prepare to meet pro-democracy protestors who have closed parts of the city for the past week.


    US stocks gain on Fed, Alibaba

    Published on 20/09/2014

    » NEW YORK - US stocks faced big hurdles this week, but emerged stronger following a favorable Federal Reserve decision, a rejection of Scottish independence and a record stockoffering from Chinese company Alibaba.

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    Cyprus crisis sends stocks down

    Published on 19/03/2013

    » LONDON - Europe's main stock markets lost ground on Monday on news that Cyprus might tax bank deposits as part of a controversial international bailout.

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