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LATEST NEWSUK Inflation Inches Down, Japanese Stocks Roar Ahead While Burberry Sales Slow
UK Inflation Inches Down, Japanese Stocks Roar Ahead While Burberry Sales Slow

UK consumer prices fall with CPI coming in at 10.5% but services inflation rose Wages growth, sticky food prices and elevated energy costs still set to mean further rate rises on the cards Japanese stocks roar ahead after stimulus programme left unchanged. Burberry update indicates…

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LATEST NEWSMusk trial: lawyers clash over whether CEO lied in 2018 Tesla tweet
Musk trial: lawyers clash over whether CEO lied in 2018 Tesla tweet

SAN FRANCISCO — Tesla Inc CEO Elon Musk “lied” when he said that funding was “secured” to take the company private, a lawyer for Tesla investors said on Wednesday, as an attorney for Musk argued that the billionaire merely used the “wrong words” when he…

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LATEST NEWSDollar hits seven-month low as Fed rate rise expectations slide
Dollar hits seven-month low as Fed rate rise expectations slide

Falls in retail sales and wholesale prices ease pressure on US central bank and emerging markets

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LATEST NEWSAttorneys: Jamaica’s Usain Bolt missing $12.7M from account
Attorneys: Jamaica’s Usain Bolt missing $12.7M from account

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) — Lawyers for Usain Bolt, one of the world’s greatest sprinters, said Wednesday that more than $12.7 million is missing from hs account with a private investment firm in Jamaica that authorities are investigating. Attorney Linton P. Gordon provided The…

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LATEST NEWSAmazon is breaking the law by putting warehouse workers at risk for back and joint injuries, federal regulators say in new citations
Amazon is breaking the law by putting warehouse workers at risk for back and joint injuries, federal regulators say in new citations

Amazon places "immense pressure" on workers to meet production quotas, leading to high rates of injury, according to the citations.

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