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UK's May heads to Brussels as data shocks again1m47s

UK's May heads to Brussels as data shocks again

British retail sales slowed unexpectedly sharply in September, dragging quarterly growth to its weakest annual rate since 2013 and suggesting consumer demand remains uncertain as the Bank of England nears its first rate rise in a decade. As David Pollard reports, the data comes as Prime Minister Theresa May tries to unblock stalled talks on Brexit.

Catalonia crisis: Spain to trigger suspension of autonomy1m07s

Catalonia crisis: Spain to trigger suspension of autonomy

Madrid has announced it will trigger a constitutional measure on Saturday allowing it to take direct control of Catalonia's governance, after the autonomous region's leader ignored a Thursday deadline to rescind his ambiguous declaration of independence made last week. Matthew Larotonda reports.

China's Q3 economic growth slows as expected57s

China's Q3 economic growth slows as expected

China’s economic growth slowed slightly in the third quarter, as expected, as the government’s efforts to rein in the property market and debt risks tempered activity in the world’s second-largest economy. Grace Lee reports.

Goldman, Morgan Stanley crush targets1m04s

Goldman, Morgan Stanley crush targets

Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley managed to grow earnings that crushed analysts estimates despite suffering big drops in bond trading revenue. Fred Katayama reports.

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Published: October 17, 2017Updated: October 19, 2017
India cracks down on air pollution as Diwali begins1m02s

India cracks down on air pollution as Diwali begins

The Indian government orders diesel generators and a power plant in Delhi to be shut down as air quality in the capital deteriorates ahead of the Hindu festival of lights, when a night of firecrackers sends pollution levels rocketing. Samantha Vadas reports.