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Monday, 22 January
Netflix crosses $100 billion market cap on subscriber surge
18m ago - (Reuters) - Netflix Inc (>> Netflix) snagged 8.33 million new streaming customers in the final quarter of last year - 2 million more than Wall Street expected - as the pioneering online video service kept pouring money into programming in a race to dominate internet television around the world.
TSX dips as railroad and materials shares weigh
3m ago - TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index edged lower on Monday as railroad and materials shares declined, offsetting gains for the energy group, which was supported by higher oil prices.
World stocks rise despite short U.S. government shutdown
27m ago - NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. stocks surged on Monday after senators in Washington reached a deal to reopen the federal government, ending a 2-1/2-day shutdown that world markets largely took in stride.
Stocks hit record as senators reach deal to end shutdown
44m ago - (Reuters) - U.S. stocks advanced on Monday as each of Wall Street's main scored records in the wake of a deal by U.S. senators to end the federal government shutdown.
Orange, D.Telekom held 2017 merger talks, but matter 'closed' - source
4h ago - LONDON/PARIS (Reuters) - Deutsche Telekom (>> Deutsche Telekom) and France's Orange (>> Orange) held merger talks last year that fizzled out because it was not feasible to put the companies on an equal footing, a source close to the situation said, adding the matter was now closed.
UK stocks decline as gamblers stumble on government clampdown worries
4h ago - MILAN (Reuters) - British shares stumbled on Monday as strength in the pound weighed, while gambling companies suffered double-digit falls as fears of a government clampdown weighed on that sector.
Steinhoff raises £422 million from PSG stake sale
4h ago - FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Steinhoff (>> Steinhoff International Holdings NV) has raised 7.1 billion rand (£421.5 million) from the sale of a stake in investment firm PSG Group (>> PSG Group Limited), part of the South African retailer's efforts to plug a liquidity gap.
Germany in Focus as Europe Ponders Banking Question
11h ago - By Patricia Kowsmann FRANKFURT -- Ten years ago, David Zimmer quit his management job to build his own fiber-optic network company in Germany....
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