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Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn has been arrested over claims of financial misconduct , the carmaker has said. Nissan said Ghosn's wrongdoing and Kelly's "deep involvement" were uncovered by an internal investigation conducted over the past several months following a whistleblower report .
  • Stock markets rally after Trump and Xi talk trade

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    He added that trade talks were "moving along nicely" and meetings were "being scheduled" at the G20 summit in Buenos Aires at the end of the month. The two countries already have imposed tariffs on hundreds of billions of dollars of each other's goods and Trump has threatened to slap tariffs on the remainder of China's $US500 billion-plus ($A690b) exports to the United States if the disputes can not be resolved.
  • RBI responsible for NPA crisis, Jaitley makes spat more public

    RBI responsible for NPA crisis, Jaitley makes spat more public

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    The statement said the government has never made public the subject matter of those consultations. He said the RBI's autonomy would be strengthened by having regulatory control over state-run banks. However, they added, there has been no talk of invoking Section 7 (1). The issues which were called upon by the Centre were reportedly in public interest.
  • Trump not expected to come to MI before November 6 election

    Trump not expected to come to MI before November 6 election

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    President Trump is expected to attend rallies across the country to boost Republican candidates in several states. Scott and DeSantis will join Trump on Halloween this Wednesday in Fort Myers before the president's second Florida rally in Pensacola on Saturday.
  • IBM to acquire Red Hat in deal valued at $34B

    IBM to acquire Red Hat in deal valued at $34B

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    But the company has struggled a bit lately. They're down from about $175 in June to under $117 on Friday. As far and fast as cloud computing is embedding itself into the enterprise, there remain many cloud-resistant applications and services.
  • European stocks climb with U.S. futures ahead of ECB decision

    European stocks climb with U.S. futures ahead of ECB decision

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    The Dow fell 608 points, or 2.4 per cent, to 24,583. The Nasdaq slid 131 points, or 1.8 percent, to 7,306. The Nasdaq composite gave up 75 points, or 1 per cent, to 7,362. Intel, due to report earnings later this week, fell 4.7 percent. Boeing jumped 3.3 per cent after beating analysts' earnings forecasts. Brent crude, used to price worldwide oils, dropped 4.1 percent to $76.52 per barrel in London.
  • Tesla may post profit with Model 3 surge, investors look for more

    Tesla may post profit with Model 3 surge, investors look for more

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    Further meaning, it fulfilled Musk's promise that the company would move into the black and production of Model 3 sedans would pick up speed. In recent weeks, Federal Bureau of Investigation agents have contacted former Tesla employees asking them for testimony in the criminal case.
  • China Denies Spying On Trump’s iPhone, Suggests He Should Switch To Huawei

    China Denies Spying On Trump’s iPhone, Suggests He Should Switch To Huawei

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    China was quick to dismiss the charges levied by the New York Times article. Legit.ng gathers that foreign governments were intercepting the USA president's calls through cell towers and cables that are part of cellphone networks. officials. The report notes that US intelligence has found that the Chinese are often listening when Trump rings up his friends, "putting to use invaluable insights into how to best work the president and affect administration policy".
  • Saudi Crown Prince Acknowledges Khashoggi Murder for First Time

    Saudi Crown Prince Acknowledges Khashoggi Murder for First Time

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    Haspel is due to brief U.S. President Donald Trump on Thursday. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo participated in the meeting, the State Department said . Prince Mohammed on Wednesday made his first public comments since his government admitted Khashoggi had died. WWE confirmed the news in their third-quarter earnings report after waiting on Turkey to announce details from its investigation on the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi .
  • Powerball winning numbers drawn. Did you win?

    Powerball winning numbers drawn. Did you win?

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    Tonight, lottery officials announced the Mega Millions winning numbers in one of the most anticipated drawings in American lottery history. It is anticipated to grow to $1.6 billion. Officials at that time also increased the chances of winning small prizes. The $1.6 billion estimated jackpot would be the largest prize in US history.
  • USA crude slumps below $70/bbl after large stock build

    USA crude slumps below $70/bbl after large stock build

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    The government's official response has been more circumspect, but it nonetheless warned that it would respond to any action with even greater retaliation and pointed to the kingdom's "influential and vital role in the global economy". sanctions on Iran take effect. According to its numbers, Saudi output went from 10.09 million bpd in May, before OPEC+ made a decision to pump more crude, to 10.9 million bpd in June.
  • Mega Millions Lottery: Winning chances increase for $2.25 billion jackpot

    Mega Millions Lottery: Winning chances increase for $2.25 billion jackpot

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    But like Mega Millions, no one took home Powerball and the pot continues to rise. Powerball officials reported that there were no winners and estimated that Wednesday's drawing would be worth $620 million. "They don't know what to do". The chance of winning Mega Millions now stands at one in over 302 million, but many say they're still willing to put their money down on a chance at instant wealth.
  • Saudi Arabia Says It Will Increase Output To Keep Oil Market Stable

    Saudi Arabia Says It Will Increase Output To Keep Oil Market Stable

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    US West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude was up 15c, or 0.2%, at $72.07 a barrel by 2.55am GMT on Wednesday, having settled up 14c. The rise, reported by the US Energy Information Administration was nearly triple what analysts had forecast and further eased prices, which had hit four-year highs of $86.74 earlier this month.