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Fed opens meeting as Trump calls for deep rate cut

01.05.2019 The US central bank opened its third policy meeting of the year on Tuesday under renewed attack from President Donald Trump, who called on officials to reverse course and cut interest rates... click to read more.

Huawei jumps ahead of Apple in tough smartphone market

01.05.2019 China-based Huawei outsold Apple's iPhones in the first quarter of this year, seizing the California company's second place spot in a tightening smartphone market dominated by Samsung, a tracker said Tuesday... click to read more.

American students pledge future salary to avoid debt

01.05.2019 American college students are turning to a new strategy to avoid the debt trap that has captured millions, pledging a share of their future earnings to pay for their education rather than borrowing... click to read more.

Santander profit drops in difficult Europe

01.05.2019 Spanish banking giant Banco Santander posted a 10 percent drop in first quarter net profit to 1.84 billion euros ($2.1 billion) on Tuesday due largely to a "difficult operating environment" in Europe... click to read more.

UK advisers set to recommend 2050 carbon neutral deadline

01.05.2019 The UK's top advisory body on climate change is set to recommend the government reduce carbon emissions to net zero by 2050, in a move that would help Britain reclaim its global leadership on the environment... click to read more.

Tyrion's tipple: French winemaker creates 'Dornish Wine'

01.05.2019 Looking for something to toast the final run of "Game of Thrones"? A French winemaker and fan of the epic fantasy series has developed his own version of Dornish wine, the favoured tipple of Tyrion Lannister... click to read more.

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Japan's scandal-hit airbag maker Takata is expected to file for bankruptcy protection as early as this month as it prepares to sell its assets to a US company, a report said Friday.

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