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Trust Comes Before EU Access for City of London - EU Finance Chief

LONDON (Reuters) - The European Union is not intent on stealing business from the City of London, but future access for Britain to the bloc's...
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Coronavirus live news: Italy to lift outdoor mask wearing rules from 28 June; North Korea tells WHO it has no cases

UK health secretary hints at easing of restrictions for people with two doses of vaccines; North Korea claims zero cases from 30,000 testsDuterte tells Philippines: choose Covid vaccine or be jailed‘Everything is collapsing’: Colombia in third Covid wave amid unrestUS Covid deaths dip below 300 a day for first time since March 2020UK coronavirus updates – liveSee all our coronavirus coverage 9.52am BST Uday Sampath Kumar and Bhargav Acharya report for Reuters from Bengaluru that India’s vacc...
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Austrian Online Tutoring Startup GoStudent Gains Valuation Boost

BERLIN (Reuters) - Austrian online tutoring startup GoStudent has raised 205 million euros ($244 million) in new funding to reach a valuation of...
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#Dubai's investment arm ICD records full year loss of 15.50 billion dirhams | Reuters

Dubai's investment arm ICD records full year loss of 15.50 billion dirhams | Reuters Investment Corp. of Dubai, the Dubai government’s main investment arm, on Tuesday reported a loss for last year as the coronavirus pandemic impacted its portfolio companies.The firm reported a loss of 15.50 billion dirhams ($4.22 billion) for 2020 after a profit of 25 billion dirhams a year earlier, according to a regulatory filing.ICD said the pandemic crisis significantly affected its operations and said its...
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Oil rises on optimism of quick recovery in global demand | Reuters

Oil rises on optimism of quick recovery in global demand | Reuters Crude oil prices rose on Tuesday, with Brent hitting $75 a barrel for the first time since April 2019, as investors remained bullish about a quick recovery in global oil demand and as concerns eased over an early return of Iranian crude.Brent crude futures for August climbed 29 cents, or 0.4%, to $75.19 a barrel by 0658 GMT, paring earlier losses. It rose as high as $75.27 a barrel, the strongest since April 25, 2019, earlier i...
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ByteDance Founder Donates $77 Million Amid China Billionaires' Charity Rush

BEIJING (Reuters) - The founder of TikTok owner ByteDance will donate 500 million yuan ($77.35 million) to the southeastern Chinese city of Longyan...
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DS Smith Sees Record Second-Half Growth on Online Shopping Boom

(Reuters) -DS Smith said on Tuesday it saw record second-half growth, as the British cardboard maker benefited from a pandemic-driven boom in...
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Daimler Wants to Produce Its Own Battery Cells - Business Insider

BERLIN (Reuters) - German carmaker Daimler AG wants to manufacture its own battery cells, Business Insider reported on Tuesday, citing company...
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U.S. Appeals Court Puts on Hold Overturning of California Assault Weapon Ban

(Reuters) - A U.S. federal appeals court on Monday put on hold a judge's ruling this month to overturn California's 32-year-old ban on assault...
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Analysis: Investors Focus on Central Bank Speakers After Extreme Market Moves

By Saqib Iqbal Ahmed, Kate Duguid and Lewis KrauskopfNEW YORK (Reuters) - With all eyes on the U.S. central bank this week, some investors are...
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Can We Be Friends? Dating Apps Say Sex Isn't Everything in a Post-Pandemic World

By Aniruddha Ghosh, Subrat Patnaik and Sarah Morland(Reuters) - I've just come out of a long-term lockdown. Can we be friends?Amorous entanglements...
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Angst at Exxon as managers begin employee performance reviews

Top U.S. oil producer Exxon Mobil Corp has kicked off a yearly performance review for U.S. staff, a process some workers dread because they view it this year as a prelude to stealth layoffs.
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Olympics-Parched Tokyo Residents Criticise Reported Alcohol Sales Plan

TOKYO (Reuters) -Olympic organisers will allow the sale of alcohol to Tokyo 2020 spectators, Kyodo News reported on Tuesday, drawing criticism as...
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U.S. Justice Department Backs Bill to End Disparities in Crack Cocaine Sentences

By Sarah N. LynchWASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Joe Biden's Justice Department is urging Congress to pass legislation to permanently end the...
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Uber Eats Japan Charged for Suspected Breach of Immigration Law - Kyodo

TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese police on Tuesday filed charges against the Japanese office of food delivery service Uber Eats and two company...
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Japan Police Probe Uber Eats for Suspected Breach of Immigration Law - Kyodo

TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese police on Tuesday filed a notice of investigation against the local office of food delivery service Uber Eats and two...
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Guatemalan 'High Risk Court' Judges Say They Are Being Persecuted, Harassed

GUATEMALA CITY (Reuters) - Guatemalan judges who as members of the country's "high risk courts" have jailed senior officials such as former...
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Dollar Catches Breath as Traders Await Powell Testimony

By Tom WestbrookSINGAPORE (Reuters) - The dollar paused for breath on Tuesday as traders looked to testimony from U.S. Federal Reserve chair Jerome...
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Dollar Catches Breath Ahead of Powell Testimony; Bitcoin Attempts Recovery

By Tom WestbrookSINGAPORE (Reuters) - The dollar paused for breath on Tuesday as traders looked to testimony from Federal Reserve Chair Jerome...
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U.S., S.Korea Consider Ending Controversial North Korea Coordinating Group

By Josh SmithSEOUL (Reuters) - The United States and South Korea have agreed to consider scrapping a working group established to coordinate North...
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Trump Organization Sues New York City for Ending Golf Course Contract

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Former President Donald Trump's company sued New York City on Monday, accusing it of terminating a golf course contract with...
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How the US got its pilots home after 2 of its most advanced jets were shot down within weeks of each other

F-16s on a combat air patrol mission for NATO Operation Allied Force, May 3, 1999. US Air Force/Senior Airman Jeffrey Allen In spring 1999, NATO began an air campaign against Serbian forces to end human-rights abuses in Kosovo. During the bombing, Serbian forces shot down two of the US's most advanced jets: an F-117 and an F-16. Both US pilots got home, thanks in large part to a unique team of US Air Force special operators. See more stories on Insider's business page. In March 199...
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Peruvian Judge in Keiko Fujimori Corruption Case Rejects Call to Return Her to Prison

By Marco AquinoLIMA (Reuters) - A Peruvian judge on Monday declined a prosecutor's request to return presidential election candidate Keiko Fujimori...
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U.S. Administers More Than 318 Million Doses of COVID-19 Vaccines - CDC

(Reuters) - The United States has administered 318,576,441 doses of COVID-19 vaccines in the country as of Monday, the U.S. Centers for Disease...
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Colombia's COVID-19 Deaths Pass 100,000 in Unrelenting Third Wave

BOGOTA (Reuters) - Reported deaths from COVID-19 in Colombia passed 100,000 on Monday, the country's health ministry said, amid warnings of...
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Oil refiners short $1.6B in RIN market waiting for Biden bailout

In Washington, Reuters reports that corporate filings show oil refiners such as PBF Energy, CVR Energy, Delta Airlines and Par Pacific Holdings are so confident that President Biden will bail them out or that RIN prices will fall that they are short by more than $1.6 billion worth of credits. Reuters’ review shows that PBF has the largest liability of all of them at a whopping $848.3 million compared to $118.4 million during the same period last year, although it’s not clear how much is outstand...
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U.S. Seeks to Extradite Turkish Businessman Over Fraud Charges

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States will seek to extradite a Turkish businessman from Austria so he can appear before a U.S. judge in Utah,...
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Washington in Talks Over Removal of Foreign Fighters From Libya - U.S. Envoy

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States is in talks with some of the key actors in Libya over the withdrawal of foreign forces ahead of elections...
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Russia Bans U.S. NGO Bard College

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian state prosecutor's office said on Monday it banned Bard College, a U.S. non-governmental organisation, after labelling...
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U.S. Trade Boss Tai: We Will Not Incentivize Firms to Move Jobs Overseas

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Biden administration said on Monday it was working closely with the United Autoworkers union in pressing Mexico to probe...
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