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Asian currencies mostly firmer as investor jitters ease
SINGAPORE: Emerging Asian currencies mostly inched higher on Monday, stabilising after taking a fall late last week, as investor jitters over problems at a Portuguese bank eased.
Asian stocks rebound after Portuguese bank scare; investors look ahead to US ...  Brandon Sun
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Hong Kong shares rise on strong telecoms, China lifted by carmakers
... * HSI +0.4 pct, H-shares +0.4 pct, CSI300 +0.3 pct. * China's 3 largest carriers rise after deal on telecoms-tower firm. * Auto sector strong again as govt encourages 'green' cars.
Asian shares gain ahead of China growth data  Economic Times
Data May Give Markets a Jolt  Wall Street Journal (blog)
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Citigroup pays $7B to resolve government probe of mortgage-backed securities ...
July 9, 2014: A Citigroup logo is pictured from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. (REUTERS/BRENDAN MCDERMID). Citigroup has reportedly agreed to pay $7 billion to settle a U.S.
Citi, US $7B settlement statement expected Monday  CNBC.com
RPT-Citi, US $7 billion settlement announcement expected Monday  Reuters
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Dollar slightly up against yen ahead of Yellen
The dollar was a tad higher against the yen on Monday in Asia, with investors sitting on the sidelines ahead of key events such as Federal Reserve chief Janet Yellen's congressional testimony on monetary policy and the economy.
NZ Dollar Outlook: Kiwi may test post-float high as inflation looms  sharechat
World-beating dollar seen topping out near record  New Zealand Herald
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Shire opens door to �31bn AbbVie proposal
Shire has opened the door to a takeover by US pharmaceuticals rival AbbVie after saying it would be willing to recommend a �31bn proposal received at the weekend.
UK drug firm Shire recommends takeover by US rival AbbVie  BBC News
Shire ready to recommend AbbVie's revised $53 billion offer  MarketWatch
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Lindt Agrees to Buy Russell Stover in Company's Biggest Purchase
Lindt & Spruengli AG (LISN), the world's largest producer of premium chocolate, agreed to acquire Russell Stover Candies Inc., giving the Swiss company control of the biggest U.S.
Lindt & Spruengli to Buy Russell Stover Candies  Wall Street Journal
Swiss chocolate maker Lindt agrees to buy Russell Stover  Chicago Tribune
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Tech earnings take center stage
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Earnings from some of the biggest U.S. technology companies will take center stage this week, giving investors a chance to re-evaluate the sector's health.
Will the earnings express lift Dow above 17K?  CNNMoney (press release)
Tech Earnings Increase and Take Center Stage Next Week  The Utah People's Post
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Airbus Goes Ahead With A330 Engine Upgrade in 787 Challenge
Airbus Group NV (AIR) said it will go ahead with a project to upgrade and re-engine its A330 plane, extending the life of the popular wide-body model in a challenge to Boeing Co.
Airbus Says to Upgrade Its A330 Long-Range Jet  Wall Street Journal
Airbus confirms launch of A330neo aircraft  Economic Times
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Samsung halts business with supplier in China on child labor concern
SEOUL (Reuters) - Samsung Electronics Co Ltd said it halted business with a supplier in China over suspected use of child workers, the first time it has taken such a step, after criticism that its monitoring of labor practices at suppliers was inadequate.
Samsung Suspends China Supplier Amid Child Labor Claims  Businessweek
Samsung suspends China supplier over child labor  Washington Post
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China charges GSK-linked investigator and wife
Prosecutors in Shanghai have indicted two foreign investigators linked to drugmaker GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), which is at the centre of a bribery scandal in China, according to state media.
China charges foreign investigators linked to Glaxo case  MarketWatch
UPDATE 1-China charges GSK-linked investigators for illegally obtaining ...  Reuters
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