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Merkel’s CDU humbled in German regional vote

Merkel’s CDU humbled in German regional vote

Hesse setback could destabilise ‘grand coalition’ with Social Democrats in Berlin

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Deutsche Bank chief attacks manager excuses over bank failures

Deutsche Bank chief attacks manager excuses over bank failures

Christian Sewing plays down merger talks as he seeks to reverse lender’s performance

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Has the market fallen out of love with Donald Trump?

Has the market fallen out of love with Donald Trump?

The post-election bull market is changing at midterm

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Pittsburgh Shooting, Pipe-Bomb Arrest Colors Campaigning for Midterm Election

Pittsburgh Shooting, Pipe-Bomb Arrest Colors Campaigning for Midterm Election

The Pittsburgh synagogue shooting on Saturday and the arrest days earlier in the case of pipe bombs sent to prominent Democrats are forcing Republicans and Democrats to adapt on the fly in the final full week of campaigning before midterm elections.

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Tariffs May Crown Corn King Again

Tariffs May Crown Corn King Again

Trade disagreements with China make growing soybeans unprofitable for U.S. farmers, forcing them to reconsider their planting choices.

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Countries Push Digital Taxes on Tech Giants

Countries Push Digital Taxes on Tech Giants

Inspired by the EU, more governments across the world are contemplating a tax based on the revenue of foreign technology companies like Facebook and Google rather than their profit.

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Why Some GE Investors Welcome Another Dividend Cut

Why Some GE Investors Welcome Another Dividend Cut

Embattled company needs to save its cash to fix its business, they say.

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As Israel Targets Iran in Syria, U.S. Officials Warn of Reprisals

As Israel Targets Iran in Syria, U.S. Officials Warn of Reprisals

Israel is conducting a military campaign across Syria against Iran-backed militia groups, an effort that has been encouraged by the White House but aroused the concern of many U.S. military officials.

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Khashoggi Killing Rocks Saudi Role as West’s Arab Ally

Khashoggi Killing Rocks Saudi Role as West’s Arab Ally

U.S. and other government’s officials said the uproar over a Saudi journalist’s grisly death has put Saudi Arabia’s ability to rally others against Iran at risk, posing a challenge for the Trump administration’s Middle East policy.

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Countries Push Digital Taxes on Tech Giants

Countries Push Digital Taxes on Tech Giants

Inspired by the EU, more governments across the world are contemplating a tax based on the revenue of foreign technology companies like Facebook and Google rather than their profit.

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Pittsburgh shooter told police he wanted ‘Jews to die’

Pittsburgh shooter told police he wanted ‘Jews to die’

Charges against Robert Bowers filed as list of 11 mostly elderly victims released

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Names of Victims in Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooting Released by Authorities

Names of Victims in Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooting Released by Authorities

Local authorities released the names of the 11 people who died after a gunman stormed into a place of worship, leaving the city’s Jewish community mourning.

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Strong Earnings Haven’t Cured the Stock Market’s Blues

Strong Earnings Haven’t Cured the Stock Market’s Blues

Investors are selling the shares of firms that hit quarterly earnings expectations at the highest rate since 2011, a sign of concern over how long the good times can last for American corporations.

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Cornell halts China university ties over curbs on academic freedom

Cornell halts China university ties over curbs on academic freedom

US institution says Renmin punished students for supporting workers’ rights

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Brazilians set to elect Jair Bolsonaro in rightward shift

Brazilians set to elect Jair Bolsonaro in rightward shift

Voters angered by corruption and economic decline in Latin America’s biggest country

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