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Global Shares Mixed As Investors Eye China Property Worries

U.S. shares were set for gains, with the future for the Dow industrials gaining 1.1per cent to 34,211.00. The S&P 500 future climbed 1.0per cent to 4,392.75.

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Boeing Nears 737 MAX Order From Southwest Worth Billions

Boeing shares gained 6.4% to close at $245.34 on Wednesday. Southwest shares dipped 0.7% to close at $58.51.

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Stock Markets Roiled By Global Bond Whiplash

The European Central Bank is monitoring the recent surge in government bond borrowing costs but will not try to control the yield curve, ECB chief economist Philip Lane told a Spanish newspaper.

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EU must end over-reliance on China for rare earth elements, says European Commission president

EU must end over-reliance on China for rare earth elements, says European Commission president

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Chinese app TikTok 'fails to protect children', says European consumer group

Chinese app TikTok 'fails to protect children', says European consumer group

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Gripen Maker Saab Shares Drop As Weak Civil Aviation Hits Q4

Saab's operating profit fell to 766 million crowns from 1.20 billion a year earlier and missed the 1.03 billion expected by analysts

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Shares Falter As US Stimulus Buzz Fades

The MSCI world equity index, which tracks shares in 49 countries, was 0.2% lower. S&P 500 e-mini futures shed 0.3% to 3,779.

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Skoda Looking To Hike Car Prices By Up To 2.5 % From Jan 1

Skoda Auto India has been absorbing these incremental costs, all this while, but is now considering a price increase of up to 2.5 per cent with effect from January 1, across its model range

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German Startup Sennder Acquires Uber's European Freight Business

The deal marks the second acquisition this year by Berlin-based sennder, a digital freight forwarder founded in 2015 that specialises in full-truck loads, handling 50,000 cargoes a month.

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US Leaves Tariffs On Airbus Aircraft Unchanged At 15%

The United States declared itself in full compliance with WTO findings in May after Washington state abolished aerospace industry tax breaks that largely benefited Boeing.

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Europe's Just Eat Takeaway To Buy Grubhub For $7.3 Billion

Grubhub's stock price rose nearly 6% in aftermarket trading and Just Eat Takeaway shares closed more than 13% lower in Amsterdam after the companies disclosed they were in talks in the late afternoon

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Airline Stocks Plunge As US Puts Europe In Coronavirus Quarantine

Air France-KLM shares were down 15%, with Lufthansa and British Airways parent IAG almost 11% lower as of 0833 GMT.

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American or European Corporation?

Which is better for a shot at the top for a “Home Grown Indian” manager?

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