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Russia holds Ukrainian navy ships following Black Sea skirmish

Russia holds Ukrainian navy ships following Black Sea skirmish

UN calls emergency meeting to discuss hostilities as Poroshenko seeks martial law

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Nissan chief executive says Renault alliance ‘unbalanced’

Nissan chief executive says Renault alliance ‘unbalanced’

Carlos Ghosn prepares fight to clear name and Mitsubishi Motors board meets to oust him

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A Warming Climate Brings New Crops to Frigid Zones

A Warming Climate Brings New Crops to Frigid Zones

Longer growing seasons are helping lead northern farmers to plow up forests and plant crops such as corn and soybeans that were once hard to grow in their chilly territories, helping drive up land prices. ‘We’re seeing crops grown in places they’ve never grown before.’

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Russia Fires on Ukrainian Military Vessel Near Crimea

Russia Fires on Ukrainian Military Vessel Near Crimea

Russian coast guard forces fired on a Ukrainian military ship, injuring at least one crew member, amid a rare standoff between Russia and Ukraine.

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U.A.E. Pardons Matthew Hedges, the British Student Convicted of Spying

U.A.E. Pardons Matthew Hedges, the British Student Convicted of Spying

The United Arab Emirates pardoned a British academic convicted of spying, ending a saga that strained ties between two long-time allies in recent days and drew rebukes from Western academics and officials who questioned the charges.

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Bitcoin Falls Below $4,000 as Cryptocurrency Collapse Worsens

Bitcoin Falls Below $4,000 as Cryptocurrency Collapse Worsens

Bitcoin just had the week from hell: The digital currency lost nearly a third of its value in seven days, one of its worst weekly selloffs on record.

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Campbell Soup and Third Point Near Deal to Settle Proxy Fight

Campbell Soup and Third Point Near Deal to Settle Proxy Fight

Campbell Soup and activist investor Daniel Loeb’s Third Point are nearing a settlement that would end their high-profile proxy fight, giving him representation on the board as the packaged-foods giant tries to revive its business.

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U.K., EU Approve Hard-Fought Brexit Divorce Deal. Now the Harder Work Begins.

U.K., EU Approve Hard-Fought Brexit Divorce Deal. Now the Harder Work Begins.

EU leaders approved a treaty outlining divorce terms with the U.K., a milestone in Britain’s bid to extract itself from the bloc that leaves Prime Minister Theresa May with a tough task selling the deal to Parliament.

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No Refuge for Investors as 2018 Rout Sends Stocks, Bonds, Oil Lower

No Refuge for Investors as 2018 Rout Sends Stocks, Bonds, Oil Lower

Stocks, bonds and commodities from copper to crude oil to burlap are staging a rare, simultaneous retreat, putting global markets on track for one of their worst years on record and deepening a sense of unease on Wall Street.

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Borrowers Are Tapping Their Homes for Cash, Even as Rates Rise

Borrowers Are Tapping Their Homes for Cash, Even as Rates Rise

Americans are still refinancing to pull cash out of their homes as rising mortgage rates crush much of the rest of the market. More than nine years into an economic expansion that has lifted home values sharply but raised worker pay at a much slower pace, many are turning to their homes as a source of wealth.

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Bitcoin Falls Below $4,000 as Cryptocurrency Collapse Worsens

Bitcoin Falls Below $4,000 as Cryptocurrency Collapse Worsens

Bitcoin just had the week from hell: The digital currency lost nearly a third of its value in seven days, one of its worst weekly selloffs on record.

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Store Traffic Falls Again on Black Friday but Not All News Is Bad

Store Traffic Falls Again on Black Friday but Not All News Is Bad

A surge in online shopping and higher spending by low-income Americans gave a lift to the start of the holiday season, even as initial reports showed foot traffic to traditional stores continued its long decline.

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Cleared British traders put US justice on trial

Cleared British traders put US justice on trial

Staff in London and elsewhere are vulnerable to legal forays, lawyers for trio warn

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Fox News targets ‘super-fans’ with streaming service

Fox News targets ‘super-fans’ with streaming service

Murdochs are ‘driving force’ in creating $6-a-month opinion-only programming

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Fidelity’s zero-fee campaign spurs $6.6bn of inflows

Fidelity’s zero-fee campaign spurs $6.6bn of inflows

Boston manager outsells Vanguard by more than 40% in October after aggressive price cuts

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