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U.S. stocks, dollar fall on FBI review of Clinton emails

NEW YORK Wall Street recovered some losses on Friday but still closed lower, with U.S. stocks and the dollar falling after the Federal Bureau of Investigation said it would probe additional emails related to Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's use of a personal email server while secretary of state.

OPEC officials fail to agree on how to curb oil supplies

VIENNA/DUBAI OPEC officials meeting in Vienna to work out the details of their plan to reduce oil production failed to reach agreement after hours of talks on Friday, amid objections by Iran which has been reluctant to even freeze its output, OPEC sources said.

EU holds up ChemChina's $43 billion acquisition of Syngenta

BRUSSELS European Union antitrust regulators on Friday opened an in-depth investigation into state-owned Chinese chemicals group ChemChina's $43 billion(£35.42 billion) bid for Swiss pesticides and seeds group Syngenta , China's biggest-ever foreign acquisition.

Deutsche settlement over Russia trades possible in 2017 - sources

FRANKFURT/NEW YORK U.S. and U.K authorities have made progress in their investigation into allegations that Deutsche Bank helped its clients in Russia disguise suspicious trades, and a settlement could come by the first half of next year, people familiar with the matter said.

EU fears VW diesel fixes could damage engines - Spiegel

BERLIN The European Commission fears steps taken by Volkswagen to refit polluting diesel cars may damage the vehicles' engines, the Spiegel magazine reported, citing unidentified staff at the European Union's executive branch.

Belgium's regional parliaments back EU-Canada trade deal

BRUSSELS The parliament of Belgium's French-speaking region of Wallonia and other regional assemblies voted in favour of a planned EU-Canada trade agreement on Friday, ending opposition that had threatened to destroy the entire deal.

Oil ends week down on uncertainty over OPEC cuts

NEW YORK Oil prices settled below $50 on Friday to mark their biggest weekly loss in six weeks, on concerns OPEC will not fully carry out a planned output cut, even as data showed U.S. oil drillers removed rigs from production for the first time since June.

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