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Media crews are seen on step ladders in front of the Tokyo Detention Center, where Nissan’s arrested chairman Carlos Ghosn and a former Nissan executive Greg Kelly are being held, in Tokyo, Japan December 25, 2018. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon TOKYO (Reuters) – Former Nissan Motor Co Representative Director Greg Kelly was granted bail by the Tokyo
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Media crews are seen on step ladders in front of the Tokyo Detention Center, where Nissan’s arrested chairman Carlos Ghosn and a former Nissan executive Greg Kelly are being held, in Tokyo, Japan December 25, 2018. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon TOKYO (Reuters) – Former Nissan Motor Co Representative Director Greg Kelly was granted bail by the Tokyo
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CARACAS (Reuters) – Guyana’s government is “in discussion” with Exxon Mobil after two ships searching for oil off the South American country’s coast halted work following a weekend confrontation with Venezuela’s navy, Guyana’s foreign minister said on Monday. FILE PHOTO: Venezuelan soldiers are seen onboard a ship during the Zamora 200 military exercise in La
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(Reuters) – The Federal Reserve is finished raising U.S. interest rates. FILE PHOTO: A cyclist passes the Federal Reserve building in Washington, DC, U.S., August 22, 2018. REUTERS/Chris Wattie/File Photo That is the message emerging from the interest rate futures market as Monday’s full-blown flight from risk assets drove traders to price out nearly any
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(Reuters) – A gauge of stocks worldwide posted an eighth straight decline on Monday as investors ignored Trump administration attempts to reinforce confidence and the U.S. president called the Federal Reserve the “only problem our economy has.” Investors, also facing the likelihood of a prolonged U.S. government shutdown, fled to the relative safety of bonds
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