World Business Report

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The latest business and finance news from around the world from the BBC

On Sunday Brazil will elect its next president; we hear from Maurizcio Savarese, an AP reporter based in Sao Paulo. Plus Susan Schmidt, Head of US Equities Portfolio Management at Aviva Investors, gives us an update on the financial markets.


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We have a report from Manaus on the economic issues at stake in the election.
Google's parent company sees revenue soar but has to make admission on sexual harassment
Twitter revealed higher than expected profits in its latest set of results.
Hugh O'Rourke, from security firm MSA Security, says bombers often act on their own.
Plastic items such as cutlery would be banned in the EU under plans approved by MEPs.
A market update from Joe Saluzzi at Themis Trading in New Jersey
The Hong Kong-Zhuhai bridge, which is the world's longest, has officially opened.
We get the latest from the markets with Peter Jankovskis from Oakbrook Investments.
Italy is staying on track for a collision course with Brussels over its budget.
Will foreign investors abandon the kingdom and will its oil wealth bail it out?
The latest from the financial markets.
Voting in Kandahar is delayed after the Taliban shot dead a powerful Afghan police chief.
Update: How US Saudi relations have affected markets
A European bank fraud may have cost $63bn across at least ten countries.
Canada has become the second country, after Uruguay, to legalise recreational cannabis.
Canada has become the second country, after Uruguay, to legalise recreational cannabis.
Karen Young of the American Enterprise Institute tells us her thoughts
HSBC, Credit Suisse and Standard Chartered have pulled out of a Saudi investor conference
So what went wrong? Also, Peter Jankovskis takes a look at the day on Wall Street