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Ex-Trump lawyer Michael Cohen’s damning revelation: Rigging polls ‘was at the direction of’ Donald Trump

Cohen also commissioned Gauger to do the same for a 2014 CNBC online poll identifying the country's top business leaders, although Trump was unable to break into the top 100 candidates, the Journal reported.

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Netflix, Hotstar will censor TV shows, movies in India: Report

The battle raised concerns in the industry that the government could, at some point, look at regulating content on online streaming platforms.

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Hyundai, Kia recall 168,000 vehicles over fire risks in US

The Korean automakers said the software update aims to protect the vehicles from internal damage, and they will also offer new extended warranties for engine issues.

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US dollar pauses, pound steadies after May wins no-confidence vote

The dollar index, which measures the greenback against six major peers, stood at 96.055 after gaining half a percent during the previous two sessions.

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Upbeat bank earnings send Wall Street to one-month highs

Goldman Sachs shares surged 9.5 percent, providing the greatest boost to the Dow, after the bank reported quarterly revenue and earnings that topped estimates. The shares registered their biggest daily percentage gain in near

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Asia shares edge up, pound gets moment’s peace

MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan edged up 0.1 percent, with Australia was ahead by 0.2 percent. Nikkei futures pointed to an opening rise of around 0.5 percent for the cash index. E-Mini futures for

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Oil prices edge down as US fuel stockpiles grow more than expected

U.S. oil prices inched down on Thursday, with traders worried about the strength of demand in the United States after gasoline stockpiles there grew last week by far more than analysts had expected.

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Facebook tightens political advertising rules in election year

Facebook told Reuters on Tuesday that it would extend some of its political advertising rules and tools for curbing election interference to India, Nigeria, Ukraine and the European Union before significant votes in the next

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Brexit: British PM May wins confidence vote in Parliament

Prime Minister Theresa May's government won a confidence vote in the British parliament on Wednesday.

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Online sales of e-commerce giants like Amazon and Flipkart could take $46 billion hit; know why

The Confederation of All India Traders on Wednesday said it would fight "tooth and nail" if the government made any changes to the e-commerce policy under pressure from U.S. companies.

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With fake news on a leash, Facebook issues stricter ads rules ahead of Lok Sabha elections 2019

The European Union would get a version of that authorization and transparency system ahead of the bloc's parliamentary elections in May, Leathern said.

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Pound steadies after Theresa May’s Brexit deal voted down

Sterling had sunk more than 1 percent against the dollar earlier on Tuesday but rallied back after the parliamentary vote, with the sizable defeat for May seen forcing Britain to pursue different options.

Markets News

Netflix, China boost Wall Street as investors shrug off Brexit vote

Netflix shares jumped 6.5 percent after the video streaming company said it was raising prices for its U.S. subscribers. Other internet stocks, including shares of Alphabet Inc , Amazon.com Inc and Apple Inc, also rose follow

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Asia shares subdued, May’s Brexit options eyed after crushing vote defeat

Asian shares took a breather on Wednesday after rallying the previous day on Chinese stimulus hopes, with investors assessing Brexit options after British lawmakers trounced Prime Minister Theresa May's deal to pull out Brita

Markets News

Gold prices rise as failed Brexit vote drags on dollar

Gold prices inched up on Wednesday on expectations of a pause in U.S. interest rate hikes and as the dollar weakened against the pound after lawmakers voted down British Prime Minister Theresa May's deal to leave the European

Commodities News

US oil prices edge down amid uncertain global economic outlook

Oil prices jumped around 3 percent on Tuesday when China's National Development and Reform Commission signalled a willingness to offer more fiscal stimulus following weaker-than-expected trade figures earlier in the week.

Markets News

Kenya terror attack: Gunmen kill 15 in hotel compound attack claimed by Somali Islamists

Gunmen blasted their way into a hotel and office complex in the Kenyan capital on Tuesday, killing at least 15 people and sending workers diving under desks to escape an attack claimed by Somalia-based Islamist group al Shaba

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Oil Turmoil: Oil rises 2% on supply cuts but global slowdown looms

Hopes for renewed US-China talks to resolve trade dispute have boosted world stock markets as well as oil prices.

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Walmart opts to leave CVS partnerships over pricing dispute

Walmart spokeswoman Marilee McInnis said the retailer was continuing discussions with CVS Caremark.

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Netflix announces biggest price hike to its subscription plans: Here’s the new price list

The price hikes will be applied to all existing members over the next few months and to all new members immediately, Netflix said in a statement.

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Nokia to shed 350 jobs in Finland as part of cost cuts

Nokia announced its latest cost cutting plan in October, without spelling out the impact on jobs.

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Gold steady on Fed rate pause hopes, stronger equities

Asian stocks recovered on Tuesday after Beijing signalled more supportive measures to stabilise a slowing economy, and emphasised that China is seeking a strong start in the first quarter.

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Oil prices expected to stay anchored around $65-70 through 2023: Kemp

Long-term expectations for the average price of Brent crude remain anchored around $70 per barrel, close to the $72 average realised in 2018.

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Britain’s Theresa May faces defeat in parliament over Brexit plan

Theresa May's hopes of saving the plan will hinge on the scale of her loss: if she limits the size of the expected defeat, May will probably ask Brussels for more concessions in the hope of getting her plan through parliament

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FCA reviewing Italy plan after new taxes for polluting cars

The carmaker said in late November it would spend more than 5 billion euros ($5.7 billion) on new models and engines in Italy over the next three years to try to make better use of factories and boost jobs and margins.

Car News

Volkswagen announces USD 800 million to build new electric vehicle in the U.S.

Volkswagen Chief Executive Herbert Diess said the company was considering building luxury Audi vehicles in the United States but that no decisions had been made.

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