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Apr.08 - As the biggest mining strike in South Africa's history enters its 11th week Hayley Platt looks at the impact it's having on local people and local businesses.
April 8 - Citigroup's reported warning comes after the Federal Reserve rejected the bank's plan to hike dividends and buybacks. Fred Katayama reports.
April 8 - Nigeria's biggest company Dangote Cement will double its production capacity this year said CEO Devakumar Edwin during the Reuters Africa Investment Summit.
Apr.08 - Germany is reforming its renewable energy law in a bid to stop costs rising so quickly, as it makes the transition from nuclear and fossil fuels to green energy, which accounts for 25 percent of Germany's electricity. As Joanna Partridge reports it will force new investors in green power to take some risk.
April 8 - Pro-Russian agitation in eastern Ukraine has rekindled. But even if Putin is tempted, an invasion would spur costly sanctions and massive capital flight.
April 8 - Modernising Ukraine and ridding the country of corruption are the key motivations for becoming president, says confectionery billionaire Petro Poroshenko.
April 8 - Job security is a growing worry across Asia, as Australia unveils volatile consumer sentiment data and South Korea posts its latest unemployment rate. Reuters' Tara Joseph reports.
April 8 - Hopes early spring would usher in more market-reviving stimulus from the Bank of Japan have proven unfounded - but help is on the way, and there are good reasons for the central bank to wait.
April 8 - Gone are the red-hot smartphone growth rates of yesteryear, and with them, Samsung Electronics' ability to spend its way into new sales. Reuters' Jon Gordon analyzes the firm's latest guidance.
April 8 - Minus possible setbacks for big retailers like Tesco and Wal-Mart, an opposition victory in India's elections would be good news for foreign investors, says Reuters Breakingviews’ Andy Mukherjee.
Apr. 8 - A pair of Bulgarian cycling enthusiasts have found a novel way to combine a whole body workout with their daily commute. Architects Martin Angelov and Mihail Klenov have invented what they call the Halfbike, a standing bicycle that will exercise areas of the body conventional cycling won't reach. Jim Drury reports.
April 7 - As momentum stocks struggle, analysts weigh in on how earnings season might help reinvigorate them. Lily Jamali reports.
April 7 - Red dominates Monday's stock trading; Amazon Dash debut; Yahoo's next media move; ATM impact of Windows XP support wind down; Airline customer ratings. Bobbi Rebell reports.
April 7 - Peter Kenny, CEO of Clearpool Group, says the recent selloff in momentum stocks is a sign that investors are now looking for bottom-line growth, not just top-line potential.
April 7 - Hungarians handed Prime Minister Viktor Orban another four years in power in an election. Orban's popular at home despite repeated clashes with the European Union and foreign investors. As Joanna Partridge reports, a far-right party's success also highlights European voters' swing towards nationalist groups.
April 7 - Shares in French cable company Numericable jump 17 percent after it wins a month-long bidding war for Vivendi's SFR telecom unit. As Sonia Legg reports the news is a major blow to Bouygues - the firm favored by the French government.
April 7 - Jeffrey Goldfarb and Richard Beales discuss the next phase of the hunt for global systemic risk and whether the $4.3 trillion asset manager and its ilk or specific funds are more to fear.
April 7 - Ukraine's so-called Chocolate King is the new favorite for the presidency. As Joanna Partridge reports, billionaire Petro Poroschenko says ridding Ukraine of corruption will be one of the new leader's main challenges.
April 7 - Nigeria becomes Africa's biggest economy after revising its economic benchmarks, almost doubling GDP and overtaking South Africa. Hayley Platt looks at the impact this may have on investors.