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Cooperation between UK and EU will not stop in March 2019: Theresa May

U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May speaks about a meeting with other European Union leaders in Brussels, Belgium.

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UK will honor financial commitments to EU, reiterates Prime Minister Theresa May

May speaks about the potential for the U.K. to pay more upon leaving the EU than its current offer of 20 billion euros.

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Ericsson has successfully strengthened market share in China: CEO

Ericsson CEO Borje Ekholm speaks about his China business and other regional markets.

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Confident we will reach at least $1.2 billion of cuts by mid 2018: Ericsson CEO

Ericsson CEO Borje Ekholm speaks about cost cutting and his company's hiring strategy.

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Huge focus on gas as transition fuel into low-carbon economy: Aker Solutions CEO

Aker Solutions CEO Luis Araujo speaks about his company's third-quarter earnings.

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Abe missed opportunity to address fiscal reform geared towards young: Advisor

Robert Feldman, senior advisor at Morgan Stanley MUFG Securities, discuses Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's economic policies.

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Room for companies to beat estimates for third-quarter earnings: Pro

Edward Park, investment director at Brooks Macdonald, speaks about investing in business sectors including telecoms and financials.

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Vietnam the focus of an online insurance sales push

Anantharaman Sridharan, CEO, FWD Vietnam, says it will soon be possible to buy insurance products in Vietnam all online.

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Monetary and fiscal stimulus to continue if Abe wins polls: Strategist

Nicholas Smith, Japan Strategist, CLSA, says the market sees monetary and fiscal stimulus continuing if Prime Minister Shinzo Abe wins the Oct. 22 polls as expected.

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The Kiwi comes under pressure after Labour takes the helm

Tom McBride, investment advisor, Hamilton Hindin Greene, said foreign investors pushed the Kiwi weaker against the GBP and USD as a Labour-led coalition gets set to pursue its economic agenda.

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