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FIFA sponsors tell President Sepp Blatter to resign
India has announced a long term plan to cut carbon pollution by a third within 15 years.
There was a hint of optimism on US markets, so which sectors were the best performers?
Internet freedom campaigners in Thailand have launched cyber attacks on state websites.
As US shares end up today, we ask what's behind the optimism.
We ask how significant Olaf Lies's intervention will turn out to be.
The Bank of England governor warns global economy at risk from climate change.
We try to find out why shares of mining giant Glencore have been experiencing volatility.
Glencore's shares tumble to a record low.
Plus how seriously has the 'Made in Germany' brand been damaged by the VW scandal.
Fri 25 Sep 2015
US markets closed slightly higher on Friday. We hear why from Chris Low of FTN Financial.
Volkswagen has appointed a new boss in the wake of the fake emissions scandal.
Thu 24 Sep 2015
How have the US markets reacted to the woes at Volkswagen?
Volkswagen has admitted using the same fake emissions test in Europe as in the US.
Wed 23 Sep 2015
Volkswagen's chief resigns over emissions rigging - so is this the end of the scandal?
Martin Winterkorn quits as Volkswagen boss amid the deepening emissions-rigging scandal.
Tue 22 Sep 2015
The Volkswagen emissions scandal moves up a gear.
EU ministers force a deal on migrant quotas, we hear why some countries oppose the idea.
Mon 21 Sep 2015
Volkswagen is ordered to recall half a million vehicles after cheating emissions surveys.
Half a million cars will be recalled, and VW shares fell more than 18%.
Fri 18 Sep 2015
Chris Low of FTN Financial in New York on what's been affecting the markets today.
Thousands have protested in Helsinki voicing opposition to planned austerity measures.
Thu 17 Sep 2015
No Fed rate rise, General Motors car recall settlement, Mulberry protests.
Protestors say the fashion group failing to uphold workers rights to unionise
Wed 16 Sep 2015
AB InBev, the world's largest brewer, makes an offer for the second largest: SABMiller.
A mega-merger is on the cards; the new company would produce a third of the world's beer.
Tue 15 Sep 2015
A look at the US markets with Mark Kepner of Themis Trading in New Jersey.
Austrian businesses warn of big losses as Germany introduces border controls.
Mon 14 Sep 2015
A measure of the mood in the US markets with Peter Jankowskis of Oak Brook Investments.
We hear about the impact the migration crisis is having on German businesses.
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