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Wall Street falls on China, NAFTA concerns

The three major U.S. stock indices ended lower as investors worried that China will slow U.S. government bond purchases and that U.S. is leaving NAFTA. Elly Park reports. Wall Street falls on China, NAFTA...

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Wall Street eases up

Healthcare and bank stocks weighed on the major indexes, as the Dow recorded its first losing session in the new year. Fred Katayama reports. Wall Street eases up

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U.S. job growth slows in December

The U.S. economy added 148,000 jobs last month. But as Fred Katayama reports, a pickup in wage growth could pave the way for the Federal Reserve to hike interest rates in March. U.S. job...

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Hong Kong eyes blockbuster IPOs in 2018

Hong Kong bankers are eyeing a slew of blockbuster IPOs from Chinese technology firms with a total market capitalisation of some $500 billion over the next two years, in a sharp contrast to 2017...

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Catalan vote batters Spanish stocks, euro dips

Spanish government bond yields hit a one-month high as Catalan separatists regain power in a regional election, unsettling investors and denting the euro. As Ciara Lee reports, Spain’s main stock index also slid 1.1...