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Greek clashes amid general strike
Greek protesters angry at the government's austerity policies clash with police, as a 48-hour general strike paralyses the country.
Hewitt: Mood hardens in Athens
Police and protesters clash
Citigroup settles US fraud case
Citigroup is paying $285m (£180m) to settle civil fraud charges from the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Citigroup's profits jump higher
Greece MPs back austerity plans
The Greek parliament gives initial backing to the latest austerity bill by a vote of 155 to 141.
Hewitt: Mood hardens in Athens
Police and protesters clash
Apple full-year profits rise 85%
Apple reports 85% growth in full year profits but the shares still fall in after-hours trading.
Russia signs free-trade agreement
Russia signs a free-trade deal with seven other former Soviet republics that will scrap export and import tariffs on a number of goods.
US prices rise 0.3% in September
US consumer prices rose by 0.3% in September, the US Labor Department says, with fuel costs seeing big increases.
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EU regulators raid European banks
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Thai rates on hold despite floods
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