Stories By 'Reuters'
Roshen Silva struck a combative fifty and expertly guided Sri Lanka’s lower order to help the host gain a first-innings lead of 46 against England on the second day of the second Test on Thursday.
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Novak Djokovic has 834 Tour match wins in his storied career but the latest, a 6-4, 6-1 rout of young German Alexander Zverev at the ATP Finals on Wednesday, will not be one for his scrapbook.
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Chris Stapleton was the big winner but Carrie Underwood and her unborn baby stole the limelight at the Country Music Association (CMA) awards.
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India is likely to produce 7.4 percent less sugar than forecast earlier as mills are reporting a sharp drop in sugar cane yields due to a drought and white grub infestations in key growing areas, a senior industry official told Reuters.
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Tata Sons Ltd is in pursuit of a controlling stake of debt-laden Jet Airways Ltd, a purchase which could transform India’s largest conglomerate from airline fringe player into the country’s dominant, full-service international carrier.
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Leaving the European Union without a transitional trade deal would cost Britain about 6 percent of GDP—roughly four years of economic growth—compared with staying in the bloc, the International Monetary Fund said on Wednesday.
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The United Kingdom and the European Union have agreed a deal that will give London’s vast financial centre only a basic level of access to the bloc’s markets after Brexit.
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Americans are losing their taste for chicken and eating more beef and pork as President Donald Trump’s trade wars reduce US pork exports to China and Mexico and leave cheaper bacon and ribs at home.
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A raft of profit warnings from Apple Inc suppliers this week has fueled investor concerns that iPhone sales, in terms of volume, have hit a wall that could spell trouble for the company’s plans to make services its main pillar of growth.
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Oil rose on Thursday, stabilising after losing nearly 7 percent over the previous three days, though concern over the prospect of an oversupplied market next year continued to weigh on prices despite OPEC’s message that it may cut crude output.
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