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Citigroup, Twitter may fall as holdings of detained billionaire Saudi prince are scrutinized

Citigroup, Twitter, Twenty-First Century Fox, and JD.com were among the public company investments confirmed by Prince Alwaleed last month to CNBC.
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Asia shares slip from decade highs, oil at two-year top on Saudi purge

SYDNEY (Reuters) - Asian shares stepped back from recent decade highs on Monday while major currencies held in tight ranges and oil jumped to a more than two-year peak as Saudi Arabia's crown prince cemented his power through an anti-corruption crackdown....
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The Billionaire Saudi Prince Who Badmouthed Trump Has Just Been Arrested

Saudi authorities detained a billionaire global investor and the head of the National Guard as part of an anti-corruption purge that consolidates Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s hold on power. ...
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Zara Customers Find Notes From Unpaid Employees Inside Clothing

Zara, a popular fashion retailer, has found itself in yet another sticky situation. ...
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FTSE surges after BoE's 'dovish' hike hits sterling

MILAN/LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's top share index posted its biggest rise in over three months on Thursday after the Bank of England tempered investors' expectations on future rate rises, hitting the pound and lifting shares in internationally exposed companies....
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Wall Street regulator warns celebrities, individuals touting digital coins

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Wall Street's main regulator warned on Wednesday that celebrities or other individuals may be breaking U.S. securities law when promoting investments in initial coin offerings (ICOs), a means for companies to raise funds online....
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Who are the winners and losers if the Bank of England raises interest rate?

It is hard to think of another Bank of England decision that is simultaneously as momentous and as inconsequential as this one....
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Spanish Chain Zara Forced to Apologise for Children’s ‘Holocaust Shirt’

The Spanish fashion chain Zara has apologised after a children's jumper sparked an international outcry and accusations of anti-Semitism for its resemblance to the striped uniforms Jewish concentration camp inmates were forced to wear during the Holocaust....
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The Jewish Billionaire Behind a New Christian Anti-Iran Group

...“Iran wants to take over the Middle East” because “they remember empire – and they want it back.”......
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US dollar maintains its prices on Wednesday

The US dollar exchange rate against the Egyptian pound relatively maintained its prices in Egyptian banks on Wednesday. ...
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