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Billionaire real estate developer Donald Trump breaks ground on a $200 million hotel at the Old Post Office building in Washington, D.C.. Linda So reports.
Richard Beales and Robert Cyran discuss Apple's so-so quarterly earnings, its prodigious cash flow, and the prospects for new gadgets.
Commercial aircraft deliveries rose seven percent at Boeing, prompting the aerospace company to boost full-year profit guidance, though quarterly revenues missed analyst estimates. Bobbi Rebell reports.
Israel's rejection of a European and U.S. decision to halt flights to Tel Aviv as unnecessary leaves investors in the aviation sector wondering whether the ban is a sensible precaution, overreaction, or a politically motivated move initiated by the U.S. David Pollard reports.
Deutsche Bank is under fire from U.S. regulators for poor financial reporting. It revamped strategy, but making investors believe culture has changed will take much longer, says Breakingviews.
July 23 - A busy Thursday in Asia sees New Zealand's central bank poised to hike its policy rate, Japan reporting trade data and an early reading of China factory health set to hit an over one-year high.
July 23 - Promises of reform and infrastructure improvement are nothing new for Indonesia, but incoming president Joko Widodo is actually in a position to deliver, says CLSA's Tony Nafte.
July 23 - The end of a contentious election should spur president-elect Joko Widodo to gather political allies, dial down nationalism and push through a reform agenda, says Breakingviews' Andy Mukherjee.
Daimler kicks off a round of second-quarter earnings results from Europe's top carmakers with a healthy set of numbers - prompting hopes that stronger sales in Europe will counter weakness in emerging markets. Hayley Platt reports.
A jump in both iPhone and Macs computer sales in China helped Apple beat forecasts in its third quarter, despite weaker than expected revenue and guidance. Bobbi Rebell reports.
Summary: Apple and Microsoft report earnings; Chrysler's giant recall; Ukraine tensions ease; Investors shrug at Bill Ackman's Herbalife "deathblow"; China meat scare spreads. Lily Jamali reports.
Patrick Moorhead of Moor Insights & Strategy offers analysis on Apple's strong earnings, saying the company's move into the "phablet" market provides a big boost to the company's outlook.
EU foreign ministers call for a tougher stance against Russia as they meet to discuss their response to the Ukraine crisis and the downing of flight MH17. But, as Ciara Sutton reports, reaching a decision on what action to take means finding a consensus between member states.
With CIT’s purchase of OneWest, the lender run by the former Goldman Sachs and Merrill Lynch boss just barely crosses the threshold into the systemically important club.
Clients appear to be giving a massive 'thumbs down' to Barclays' dark pool trading venue - which is reported to have lost nearly 80 per cent of its volumes after Barclays was accused of misleading customers. David Pollard reports.
Apple is asking suppliers to make 70 to 80 million units of its new larger screen iPhone, a lot more initially than its current model. Fred Katayama reports.
Credit Suisse suffers the aftershock of its 1.6 billion Swiss franc settlement with U.S. authorities for helping clients evade taxes - the bank reporting its biggest quarterly loss since the financial crisis in 2008. David Pollard reports.
As Muslims around the world continue to mark the holy month of Ramadan, Nigerians are complaining at rising food prices. Despite roaring growth in recent years, life in Africa's largest economy continues to be a struggle for many who still live on less than a dollar a day. David Pollard reports.
July 22 - The Swiss bank's fine for aiding U.S. tax evasion led to a $780 mln loss. Credit Suisse's tinkering has worked so far. But finding more savings will get increasingly tricky says Breakingviews
July 22 - This Wednesday in Asia, Singapore low-cost carrier Tiger Airways is due to report quarterly results, while Anglo-Australian mining giant BHP Billiton gives a production update.