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  • South African rand weakens in early trade as dollar rallies

    South Africa's rand weakened in early Monday trade after losing ground last week, as the dollar rallied even as investors stayed cautious ahead of a week packed with local and global economic indicators.

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  • Miners, financials pull FTSE 100 to two-month low; Prudential top drag

    London's FTSE 100 fell to a two-month low on Monday, dragged by heavyweight miners and financial stocks, while concerns about rising inflation also weighed on the index ahead of a rate decision by the Bank of England (BoE) this week.

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  • Swedish budget gives boost for welfare, climate, jobs

    Sweden's centre-left government said on Monday it would boost welfare spending by 23 billion Swedish crowns ($2.6 billion) next year in a budget aimed at reducing social inequality and shifting to a more sustainable economy after the pandemic.

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  • European shares slide 1% on global growth, taper worries

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  • Philippines to launch pilot plan to resume face-to-face learning

    Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has approved the resumption of face-to-face classes in areas deemed low risk for COVID-19, with up to 120 schools to join a two-month pilot reopening run, his education minister said on Monday.

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  • N.Korea warns U.S. risks 'dangerous nuclear arms race' over Australia subs

    North Korea warned on Monday that the United States risked a dangerous nuclear arms race by providing submarine technology to Australia, criticising its "double standards" and vowing counter-measures.

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  • Fatal shooting incident takes place at Russian university - Ifax

    An unknown individual opened fire at a university in the Russian city of Perm on Monday and there were wounded and dead, the Interfax news agency reported on Monday, citing a source.

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  • Indonesia clings to coal despite green vision for economy

    Even as Indonesia wins cautious praise from some green groups for ambitious plans to cut carbon emissions, the world's biggest exporter of thermal coal shows no sign of weaning itself off the polluting fuel any time soon.

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