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Wall Street hits records1m08s

Wall Street hits records

Tech and consumer stocks helped extend the rally into a six straight session. As Fred Katayama reports, the S&P 500 and Nasdaq hit new highs.

Chinese group buys world's No. 2 condom maker1m17s

Chinese group buys world's No. 2 condom maker

A Chinese consortium is buying Ansell Ltd's condom division, the world's no. 2 condom maker, for $600 million. As Sonia Legg reports, it's betting on surging demand in China as sex becomes less of a taboo subject and more emphasis is placed on public health education.

UK growth even slower in Q1 as inflation hits1m42s

UK growth even slower in Q1 as inflation hits

Britain's economy slowed more than previously thought in the first three months of 2017 as rising inflation boosted by last year's Brexit vote took a toll on household spending. As David Pollard reports, the official figures were released two weeks before Brits got to the polls to elect a new government

Trump's handshake du jour27s

Trump's handshake du jour

U.S. President Donald Trump and French President Emmanuel Macron barely know each other but they seemed to have a hard time letting go when they first met on Thursday. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

Best Buy's sales surprise53s

Best Buy's sales surprise

The electronic retailer's comparable sales grew when Wall Street expected a decline. As Fred Katayama reports, sales of gaming and mobile products boosted revenue.

Montana Republican candidate charged with assault1m55s

Montana Republican candidate charged with assault

A Montana Republican running for the U.S. Congress has been charged with assaulting a reporter hours before polls were to open on Thursday for a special election that could test U.S. President Donald Trump's political clout. Justin Mitchell reports.

Neuroscientists predict 'brain age'1m42s

Neuroscientists predict 'brain age'

Neuroscientists from Imperial College London and the University of Edinburgh say they've found a way to measure individuals' 'brain age', potentially allowing doctors to one day give better informed health advice to their patients. Jim Drury reports.