Apple slices production plan for iPhones

Apple slices production plan for iPhones

Apple has cut production orders in recent weeks for three iPhone models launched in September.
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U.S. to send troops to Saudi after oil attacks

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Millions of young people flooded the streets of cities around the world on Friday (September 20) to demand political leaders take urgent steps to stop climate change, uniting in a worldwide protest inspired by 16-year-old Swedish activist Greta Thunb
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Stocks drop after China cancels Montana farm trip

Stocks drop after China cancels Montana farm trip

Wall Street fell on Friday after a decision by a Chinese agriculture delegation to cancel a planned visit to Montana farms fueled fears U.S-China trade talks aren't going well. Conway G. Gittens has the details.
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What to watch in the week ahead

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U.S. and El Salvador sign joint immigration deal

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Reactions to latest trade headlines are an "absurdity" - analyst

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A stock market drop after a low-level Chinese delegation ditched plans to visit farms in Montana points to a trading environment that has reached a level of "absurdity," says Mercadien Asset Management President Ken Kamen.
Trump says whistleblower complaint is ‘political hack job’

Trump says whistleblower complaint is ‘political hack job’

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Trump says would be 'easiest thing' to go into Iran

Trump says would be 'easiest thing' to go into Iran

U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday said he expected sanctions to "work" on Iran and that he preferred that strategy to military action.
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Russia frees jailed actor after public outcry over crackdown

Russia frees jailed actor after public outcry over crackdown

A Moscow court on Friday (September 20) ordered the release of Pavel Ustinov, an actor whose conviction for injuring a police officer at an opposition protest sparked a public outcry in Russia.
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Commerzbank aims for major job cuts, branch closures

Commerzbank aims for major job cuts, branch closures

Commerzbank said on Friday it wanted to shed thousands of staff and close a fifth of its branches in a strategy overhaul.
UK negotiator says Brexit deal is possible

UK negotiator says Brexit deal is possible

Britain's Brexit negotiator Stephen Barclay has expressed optimism on reaching a Brexit deal following talks with top EU negotiator Michel Barnier.
Saudi Arabia unveils attack site damage

Saudi Arabia unveils attack site damage

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NYC Mayor de Blasio ends 2020 bid

NYC Mayor de Blasio ends 2020 bid

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India gives companies $20.5 bln tax break

India gives companies $20.5 bln tax break

India's government slashed corporate taxes on Friday, giving a surprise $20.5 billion break aimed at reviving private investment and lifting growth from a six-year low.
First-ever female boss named at major UK bank

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Norway's last coal miners fight for survival against climate policy

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Tensions in Middle East hoist oil prices to largest weekly gain for months

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Oil prices were on track to jump more than 7% this week, their biggest weekly rise in months, as early trading on Friday saw gains extended on fresh Middle East tensions.
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Thomas Cook on brink after new cash demand

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Protests are on the menu in Hong Kong

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