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Can modern society prepare for a world in which global warming threatens large-scale social, economic, and political upheaval?
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China is unlikely to follow the Fed rate hike as the economy slows, a survey of traders and analysts shows
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The gilt market is the place to shelter from Brexit
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If you’re importing oil from a sanctions-threatened country, you'd better have some goods of your own to exchange for it, says via
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President Joseph Kabila promises delayed elections in Democratic Republic of Congo will take place as planned this year
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Deutsche Bank says its third-quarter earnings are likely to be broadly in line with expectations, but its costs may be higher than thought
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The Brett Kavanaugh battle traps Republicans between their conservative base and female voters
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Shanghai could become Asia's New York, the world's biggest sovereign-wealth fund says
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Nike CEO feels "very good and proud" of Colin Kaepernick campaign
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The dark cloud hanging over India’s economy is not without a silver lining
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Bankers are getting $4,700 car parking spaces as Ireland roars back
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South Korea's Moon becomes Kim Jong Un's top spokesman at UN
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French social security heads for first surplus since 2001
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KPMG is still losing staff and clients in South Africa, more than a year after issuing an apology for its work
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Gold prices are stuck in "no man's land" before the Fed offers its latest signals on the economy
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Britain's households are more pessimistic about the outlook for inflation than at any time in 5 years, survey suggests
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Daimler's head of development, Ola Kaellenius, will replace Dieter Zetsche as CEO
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After failing to cajole OPEC to pump more and lower oil prices, Trump could pursue a more direct route
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Belgium faces winter blackouts as aging nuclear plants falter
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Airline bookings will suffer without a Brexit deal soon, IATA says
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