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April 17 - Top tips and analysis from Oddschecker's Nigel Seeley as the Premier League and Champions League seasons approach a climax.
April 17 - Talk Japan's massive government pension fund might boost its stock allocations has energized Tokyo's flagging market, but Yonggi Kang reports those hopes could soon run up against political realities.
April 17 - EU leaders blame Russia for the takeover of Ukrainian cities by separatists. But they’re wavering over imposing more sanctions. Breakingviews says this will only increase the final price to be paid.
April 17 - Business insurance is a necessary evil, says Simply Business CEO Jason Stockwood. He takes the Reuters taxi to explain how he’s making life easier for small businesses.
April 17 - The crisis in Ukraine has intensified calls to diversify Europe’s energy supplies. But how can the bloc wean itself off gas from Russia?
April 17 - The business software maker says it expects the impact of volatile exchange rates to worsen in the second quarter as the strong euro weighs on its results.
April 17 - Following a tepid GDP reading, investors will watch an early gauge of China's factory sector, while Japanese carmakers Honda and Mitsubishi are due to roll out financial full-year results.
April 17 - The $37 billion merger of CITIC Group and its listed subsidiary will give investors an unprecedented glimpse into the inner workings of China's state-owned giants, says Breakingviews' John Foley.
April 16 - Toyota hits the reset button on the Camry, the best selling sedan in America, giving it a sportier edge. On the high end, Alfa Romeo makes its first return to the American spotlight in two decades and others sharpen their attack on Tesla as the New York International Auto Show kicks off. Lily Jamali reports.
April 16 - Summary: Stocks rally across the board with Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen hinting rates will continue to stay low and better-than-expected data out of China; Google, IBM profits disappoint. Conway G. Gittens reports.
April 16 - Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen says policymakers are prepared to keep interest rates low as long as unemployment remains high and inflation tame, but both of those are expected to gradually return to normal. Conway G. Gittens reports.
Apr 16 - Tesco's CEO Philip Clarke says he has no intention of standing down but will see through his "bold" plan to rebuild the world's third-largest retailer. (Rough cut - no reporter narration)
Apr 16 - The Russian economy shrank in the first three months of this year, and Russian money has fled abroad due to the Ukraine crisis. As Joanna Partridge reports, Russia is looking to spend at home rather than abroad due to geopolitical risks.
April 16 - As Chinese internet giant Alibaba, about a quarter of which is owned by Yahoo, prepares to go public, Breakingviews columnists wonder if the U.S. company's earnings will much matter anymore.
April 16 - Bank of America posted a surprise quarterly loss, sending shares lower, as the bank sets aside a bigger-than-expected $6 billion stockpile to cover legal expenses. Conway G. Gittens reports.
Apr 16 - Credit Suisse's sharp drop in first-quarter net profit has raised questions about its investment banking strategy. But as Joanna Partridge reports the bank's European peers are expected to repeat the pattern.
Apr.16 - Crocodile farming has been a challenge in Zimbabwe in recent years do the economic collapse and the financial crisis. But as Ciara Sutton reports one of Europe's biggest suppliers of skins to the luxury market has come up with an unusual survival strategy - vegetarian food.
April 16 - Tech start-ups in BlackBerry’s hometown of Waterloo, Ontario are tapping talent from the struggling smartphone company and filling the void left in the region by its meltdown. Reuters correspondent Euan Rocha visits the region that could become Canada’s Silicon Valley.
April 16 - With public debt at 95% of GDP, Spain is inviting investors to bid for its lighthouses to convert them into boutique hotels. In Finisterre, Galicia, O Semaforo is already a tourist destination.