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June 17 - Uncertainty over the Fed's policy course is unsettling equity investors. Hargreaves Lansdown's Richard Hunter picks his way through the minefield.
June 17 - Hong Kong been waiting for Edward Snowden to emerge ever since the ex-CIA worker who leaked details of U.S. surveillance took shelter in the city. Tara Joseph looks at the efforts to track him down.
June 17 - A clever bail-in deal for the Co-op Bank allows the mutual to retain its majority interest, says Breakingviews, plus a change in the balance of power in Tehran.
June 17 - Topics as diverse as arming Syria, halting tax avoidance and rescuing the global economy will dominate G8 talks in Northern Ireland.
How far does a typical pair of jeans travel before it ends up in your closet -- and at what cost? Reuters tracks the garment supply chain, from factories in Bangladesh to retailers near you.
June 17 - Britain's Co-operative Group has agreed a plan to plug a 1.5 billion pound capital hole at its bank which forces bondholders to pay part of the bill, avoiding a repeat of the taxpayer-funded bailouts staged during the financial crisis. Ciara Sutton reports.
June 16 - Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University are using snakes as a model for a series of robots that will having capabilities ranging from search and rescue operations to medical applications. Ben Gruber reports.
June 14 - Summary of business headlines: Stocks extend losses on cooling consumer data; Dollar losing ground vs. Yen, JP Morgan to separate P/E group. Bobbi Rebell reports.
If Ben Bernanke is ready to hang up his cape, the next Federal Reserve chair will need more than mortal powers to handle all the challenges ahead, from unwinding QE to kicking the U.S. economy into higher gear. It will take a superhero. (June 14, 2013)
June 14 - The FOMC holds its two day meeting starting Tuesday. Anxious investors will parse every word of the Fed's statement on the state of QE tapering.
Detroit defaulted on some debt Friday and proposed that creditors take a drastic cut in the money they are owed by the city in order to avoid the largest municipal bankruptcy filing in U.S. history.
June 14 - Reuters Breakingviews Columnist Rob Cyran gives his take on Apple's iPhone strategy and more.
June 14 - Prices for fresh eggs surged 41.6 percent in May according to government data. Bobbi Rebell reports.
Jun 14 - We take a look at what PE-backed IPOs are in the pipeline, with tech retailer CDW gearing up for its debut.
June 14 - Jeffrey Goldfarb and Christopher Swann discuss the headline-making divorces of billionaires Rupert Murdoch and Harold Hamm.
June 14 - Boeing likely to announce a larger version of its Dreamliner jet next week, sources told Reuters. Fred Katayama reports.
June 14 - As security tightens in Northern Ireland ahead of Monday's G8 summit, Hayley Platt takes a look at the issues likely to be on the leaders' agenda.
June 14 - European Union trade ministers meet in Luxembourg in an attempt to overcome French resistance to free trade talks with the United States, which could boost the EU economy by 119 billion euros a year. As Kirsty Basset reports, France is not keen for the talks to go ahead unless protection for its film and television industry is kept off the table.
June 14 - The Airbus A350 successfully completed a four-hour maiden flight, stepping up the battle with arch-rival Boeing for sales of a new generation of sleek, lightweight passenger aircraft. Rough cut only (no reporter narration).
June 14 - German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble has warned that the failure to tackle youth unemployment could tear Europe apart. As the finance and labour ministers of Germany, France, Italy and Spain meet in Rome to discuss the issue, Joel Flynn asks how high levels of youth unemployment are changing Europe's landscape.