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Reuters Company NewsNov 22, 2019
EMERGING MARKETS-Stocks gain as China comments revive trade deal hopes
Emerging market stocks looked set to end the week on a rosy note on Friday as the latest comments from China about finding a resolution to its tariff dispute with the United States lifted hopes that the two sides would reach a trade agreement soon.

Reuters Company NewsNov 22, 2019
Japanese stocks gain on hopes for truce in U.S.-China trade row
Japanese shares gained on Friday as cautious optimism about the prospect of the United States and China reaching a trade agreement lifted investors' risk appetite.

Private Equity Breaking NewsNov 22, 2019
LPs convinced by potential of overlooked US cities as Next Coast races to $130m Fund II close
Next Coast Ventures has wasted no time hauling in capital for its second fund after reaching a $130m final close for the vehicle.

Google Business NewsNov 22, 2019
Netanyahu to face indictment in criminal investigation - CNN
Netanyahu to face indictment in criminal investigation  CNNIsraeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu charged with fraud and breach of trust  CBS NewsIsraeli leader Benjamin Netanyahu will be indicted on charges of bribery, fraud and breach of trust  CNNNetanyahu indictment and the Trump impeachment process are both the products of democracy's failures  CNBCNetanyahu indictment could break political deadlock in Israel  Washington Examiner

Reuters BusinessNov 22, 2019
Board of Australia's Westpac 'unreservedly apologizes' over money-laundering
The board of Australia's second largest bank on Friday apologized unreservedly for 23 million breaches of money laundering laws, but stood by management despite pressure from politicians to review its leadership.

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Reuters BusinessNov 21, 2019
Saudi Aramco order book reaches 73 billion riyals so far: Samba
Saudi Aramco's initial public offering (IPO) has attracted approximately 73 billion riyals ($19.47 billion) in institutional and retail orders so far, Saudi Arabia's Samba Financial Group said on Thursday.
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