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Eye-popping! Not one, but two $2M bras go on display

What could be better than a Victoria's Secret model wearing a jewel-encrusted bra? Mouawad has the answer: Two.
Source: CNBC.com | By: Saheli Roy Choudhury | Special to CNBC
UPDATE 1-Bank of England quizzing UK banks over commodities exposure - source

LONDON, Oct 8- The Bank of England has asked British banks to report their exposure to commodities and ensure they are mitigating risks effectively, a source familiar with the situation said on Thursday. Prices for oil and other commodities have fallen sharply in recent months, and earlier on Thursday the Financial Times reported the BoE move had been triggered...
Source: Reuters
Banks keep faith in commodity traders as Vitol, Trafigura raise $10 bln

LONDON, Oct 6- Two of the world's commodity powerhouses, Vitol and Trafigura, have raised over $10 billion this week, despite rival Glencore's run-in with investors, which they say shows bankers understand the sector better than bond or equity dealers. Rival Trafigura, whose founder Claude Dauphin lost his battle with cancer last week at the height of the turmoil...
Source: Reuters | By: Amanda Cooper
Total iron ore exports from Port Hedland hit record in Sept

SYDNEY, Oct 2- Australia's Port Hedland on Friday reported record monthly iron ore shipments of 39.3 million tonnes in September, an 8- percent rise from a year ago and slightly above the August level. Iron ore has supplanted coal and gold as Australia's biggest source of foreign income, despite the price plunging as low as $44.10 a tonne in July- less than half what...
Source: Reuters
COLUMN-Australia takes cautious, maybe premature, bullish iron ore view: Russell

LAUNCESTON, Australia, Oct 1-- It's a brave analyst these days who would call a bottom in the iron ore price, which makes the call for better times by 2017 from the normally cautious Australian government forecaster all the more interesting. The report projected that iron ore will rise to average $60.40 a tonne in nominal terms in 2017, up from $51.20 in 2016 and...
Source: Reuters | By: Clyde Russell
UPDATE 1-Voestalpine sees Chinese steel demand downturn persisting

LONDON, Sept 30- Austrian steelmaker Voestalpine said it expects the downturn in Chinese steel demand to last for some time, adding there will likely be more trade cases alleging China is dumping or exporting steel at below fair value. Demand for steel in China, which accounts for half of global consumption, fell 3.3 percent last year, shrinking for the first time...
Source: Reuters | By: Maytaal Angel
Vote strengthens Catalonia's hand in talks for more powers

BARCELONA, Sept 28- Europe is not about to get a new nation after secessionists won a majority in the parliament of Spain's Catalonia region but the Madrid government may be forced into concessions on tax and infrastructure. "I hope this will end up in an agreement and that Catalans will obtain a better situation out of all this," said Gloria Calvo, a receptionist...
Source: Reuters | By: Julien Toyer
Spain readies fight to keep Catalonia after vote

Pro-independence parties won a clear majority of seats in Catalonia's parliament in a regional election this weekend.
Source: CNBC.com | By: Holly Ellyatt
UPDATE 5-Victorious Catalan separatists claim mandate to break with Spain

BARCELONA, Sept 27- Separatists have won a clear majority of seats in Catalonia's parliament, preliminary official results showed on Sunday, in an election that set the region on a collision course with Spain's central government over independence. "Catalans have voted yes to independence," acting Catalan regional government head Artur Mas told supporters,...
Source: Reuters | By: Julien Toyer
Spain separatists win, set up independence fight

Separatists have won a clear majority in Catalonia's parliament, an exit poll showed, putting them on a collision course with the national govt.
Source: Reuters