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Silicon Valley investors line up to back Telegram ICO

Silicon Valley investors line up to back Telegram ICO

Kleiner Perkins, Benchmark, Sequoia bid to join messaging app’s $1.2bn fundraising

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South Korea hits back at US with WTO tariffs challenge

South Korea hits back at US with WTO tariffs challenge

Allies increasingly sensitive to aggressive trade moves by Trump administration

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Trump Says Palestinians Must Return to Peace Talks to Get U.S. Aid

Trump Says Palestinians Must Return to Peace Talks to Get U.S. Aid

President Donald Trump on Thursday said the Palestinians must return to peace talks with Israel to continue receiving U.S. aid, in comments to reporters as he met with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

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Iran’s Fast Boats Stop Harassing U.S. Navy, Baffling Military

Iran’s Fast Boats Stop Harassing U.S. Navy, Baffling Military

The Iranian military has halted the routine harassment by its armed “fast boats” of U.S. naval vessels in the Persian Gulf, the U.S. military said, a turnabout that officials welcomed but were at a loss to explain.

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Should You Buy Bitcoin With Your Credit Card?

Should You Buy Bitcoin With Your Credit Card?

Some banks and credit-card companies have begun restricting customers’ purchases of bitcoin, shutting down a popular way to buy the volatile digital currency.

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Inflation threat gnaws away at bond investors

Inflation threat gnaws away at bond investors

Big danger for markets is what this could mean for interest rates and yields

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South Korea hits back with WTO challenge over US tariffs

South Korea hits back with WTO challenge over US tariffs

Seoul initiates cases against decision affecting solar cells and washing machines

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ECB’s Draghi Criticizes Mnuchin’s Currency Comments

ECB’s Draghi Criticizes Mnuchin’s Currency Comments

U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin broke an international agreement that rules out seeking a weaker currency to boost exports, the head of the European Central Bank said.

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Big Tobacco Has a Lot Riding on FDA’s Stance Toward IQOS, the Latest Cigarette Alternative

Big Tobacco Has a Lot Riding on FDA’s Stance Toward IQOS, the Latest Cigarette Alternative

A Food and Drug Administration advisory committee is expected to vote Thursday on whether Philip Morris International has made a convincing case that its IQOS tobacco heating device is less harmful than cigarettes. A decision in its favor could have enormous implications for tobacco regulation and U.S. public health.

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HNA unit’s bank accounts briefly frozen amid cash crunch

HNA unit’s bank accounts briefly frozen amid cash crunch

Group reveals Tianjin Tianhai’s dispute with Chinese bank as it seeks to raise cash via Swissport IPO

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Hammond calls for soft Brexit to safeguard economy

Hammond calls for soft Brexit to safeguard economy

UK chancellor tells Davos there should be only ‘modest changes’ to EU relationship

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Caterpillar Returns to Growth as Global Recovery Continues

Caterpillar Returns to Growth as Global Recovery Continues

Caterpillar’s revenue rose 18% in 2017, breaking a four-year streak of declining sales for the world’s largest maker of heavy machinery.

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Is Broadcom’s CEO, a Champion Deal Maker, Innovative Enough?

Is Broadcom’s CEO, a Champion Deal Maker, Innovative Enough?

Broadcom Chief Executive Hock Tan relishes his role as the chip industry’s most visible deal maker, but some customers and former employees worry he is skimping on research and innovation.

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Mnuchin Plays Down Dollar Comments After Selloff

Mnuchin Plays Down Dollar Comments After Selloff

U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said the U.S. isn’t concerned with “where the dollar is in the short term,” as he appeared to play down comments he made Wednesday that helped push down the greenback.

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