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* SFO must weed out "evidentially flawed" historic cases -
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U.S. households added nearly
$2.1 trillion to their wealth in the three months through
September, a sign that gains in stock markets were probably
supporting consumer spending before a recent market downturn,
Federal Reserve data showed on Thursday.
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The U.S. securities regulator
should consider imposing stricter disclosure requirements on
institutional fund managers relating to how they vote in
corporate elections, a Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)
official said on Thursday.
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The scenarios that could play out after MPs vote on the Brexit agreement
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India's indebted Jet Airways
Ltd told its pilot union on Thursday it will clear all
salary dues by April and has given them a schedule outlining
when the payments will be made, according to a source familiar
of the matter.
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Ailing German public sector
bank NordLB aims to shortlist two final bidders for
the sale of up to a 49 percent stake by Sunday, with a view to
signing a deal by the end of January, people close to the matter
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Italian baker and pasta maker
Barilla said it would launch in January a chocolate and hazelnut
spread named after its signature 'Pan di Stelle' biscuits - in a
challenge to market leader Nutella.
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President Emmanuel Macron must
pursue tax-friendly policies towards foreign investors if he
wants French startups to flourish, visiting Silicon Valley
investors told Reuters on Thursday.
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The Federal Reserve has
rejected Wells Fargo & Co's plans to prevent further
consumer abuses and told the scandal-plagued lender it needs
stronger checks on management, according to three people with
knowledge of the discussions.