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Derivatives trader Don Wilson cleared in manipulation case

Derivatives trader Don Wilson cleared in manipulation case

Ruling against CFTC is setback for regulator’s definition of market manipulation

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Cannabis group’s shares are smoked after attack by shortseller

Cannabis group’s shares are smoked after attack by shortseller

Canada’s Aphria denies Gabriel Grego’s claims and says it is considering legal options

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Crude Prices Surge After Russia, Saudi Arabia Agree to Extend Cuts

Crude Prices Surge After Russia, Saudi Arabia Agree to Extend Cuts

Oil prices climbed after Russia said it would join Saudi Arabia in cutting crude output and the U.S. and China reached a truce over their trade dispute.

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Head of MI6 warns of Huawei security concerns

Head of MI6 warns of Huawei security concerns

Alex Younger says 5G will make it harder to monitor Chinese telecom group’s kit

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Agent Orange’s Other Legacy—a $12 Billion Cleanup and a Fight Over Who Pays

Agent Orange’s Other Legacy—a $12 Billion Cleanup and a Fight Over Who Pays

The corporate owner of a New Jersey manufacturing site is using the U.S. bankruptcy process, creditors allege, in a bid to escape liability. How a court answers could determine whether other companies with billions of dollars in environmental liabilities can use Chapter 11 to avoid them.

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After Amazon HQ2, Uproar in New York Over Real Estate “Insider Trading”

After Amazon HQ2, Uproar in New York Over Real Estate “Insider Trading”

Amazon’s deal for a second headquarters in Long Island City, N.Y., has prompted a New York state senator to draft legislation that would prohibit the buying or selling of real estate based on any nonpublic government action.

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Paris Rioting Puts Macron’s Economic Overhaul to the Test

Paris Rioting Puts Macron’s Economic Overhaul to the Test

The worst rioting to hit the French capital in years left President Emmanuel Macron weighing an emergency crackdown on protests and scrambling to shield his pro-business agenda from surging public anger at his government.

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The Courage of George H.W. Bush: Avoiding the Easy Path

The Courage of George H.W. Bush: Avoiding the Easy Path

The life and record of the George H.W. Bush, the nation’s 41st president, are an important illustration that leadership often involves not just doing tough things—but having the courage not to do the easy things.

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A Reason to Think Twice About Your Child’s ADHD Diagnosis

A Reason to Think Twice About Your Child’s ADHD Diagnosis

Research from around the world suggests younger children are more likely to get the diagnosis when they’re compared with older peers.

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Small, Cheap Guns Are Back, and Some Question Their Safety

Small, Cheap Guns Are Back, and Some Question Their Safety

More Americans than ever are carrying concealed handguns, but some of these small pistols are coming under scrutiny for accidentally shooting their owners.

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Glencore’s copper kingpin Telis Mistakidis to step down

Glencore’s copper kingpin Telis Mistakidis to step down

Billionaire executive to retire at end of year amid leadership shuffle

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Opec in Vienna: 5 things to watch as cartel eyes output cut

Opec in Vienna: 5 things to watch as cartel eyes output cut

Saudi-US politics and gaining Russian support among big issues weighing on producers’ minds

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Retailers battle to win former Toys R Us customers

Retailers battle to win former Toys R Us customers

Mums and dads face the first holiday season without the iconic toy chain

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Trump Says U.S.-China Relations Have Taken ‘Big Leap Forward’

Trump Says U.S.-China Relations Have Taken ‘Big Leap Forward’

Fresh off his meeting with China’s President Xi Jinping, President Trump said in a series of tweets that U.S.-China relations have taken a “big leap forward” and he pledged his love to the American farmers.

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The Courage of George H.W. Bush: Avoiding the Easy Path

The Courage of George H.W. Bush: Avoiding the Easy Path

The life and record of the George H.W. Bush, the nation’s 41st president, are an important illustration that leadership often involves not just doing tough things—but having the courage not to do the easy things.

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