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UK's Richest Man Forced Out of the Shadows

Reclusive titan of industry Jim Ratcliffe has found himself under unusual scrutiny after being declared Britain's richest man, with his political leanings and tax affairs coming under the microscope.

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Bitter Pills: Erdogan's Possible Remedies for Turkey Crisis

The crash in the Turkish lira sparked by U.S. sanctions has left President Recep Tayyip Erdogan facing the biggest economic challenge of his one-and-a-half decades in power.

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Greeks Rebuild Lives after Debt Crisis Wrecked Dreams

In 2010, Panagiota Kalliakmani had just secured her chemistry degree and dreamed of going into research. Then the Greek economic crisis struck.

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'Everything's Business': Rohingya Crisis Offers Earning Opportunity

Captain Min Min, a Buddhist from Myanmar, looks on as a stream of Muslim Rohingya labourers zig-zag up narrow gangplanks hauling sacks of ginger from his boat onto Bangladeshi soil -- one of many seizing the economic opportunities presented by a refugee crisis.

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S&P Cuts Turkey Debt Rating Further, Projects 2019 Recession

Global ratings agency S&P on Friday cut Turkey's debt grade for the second time in four months, moving it further into junk territory and predicting the country will go into recession next year.

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Trump Says Ordering SEC to Consider Ending Quarterly Earnings Reports

President Donald Trump said Friday he has ordered stock market regulators to look into ending the requirement for businesses to issue quarterly earnings reports.

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Canada Inflation Surges on Rise of Global Oil Prices

Canada's inflation rate surged to 3.0 percent in July, fueled by rising global prices for crude oil, according to government data released Friday.

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European, U.S. Equities Retreat as Global Fears Resurface

European and U.S. stock markets moved lower Friday on investor concerns over Turkey and the ongoing trade war between China and the United States.

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Asian Markets Rise on US-China Trade Talks

Asian markets mostly rose Friday following strong leads from Wall Street and Europe, with investors cautiously optimistic about upcoming US-China trade talks.

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FT Chief Returns Part of Salary after Staff Anger

The chief executive of the Financial Times, John Ridding, is to return some of his pay from last year following staff criticism, the business daily reported on Thursday.

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