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Qatar Airways seeks to buy stakes in American Airlines

US carrier files for required permit to allow Qatar's state-owned carrier to buy 10-percent stake in American Airlines.

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Uber's CEO and cofounder Travis Kalanick steps down

Kalanick taking time out to heal from mother's death and giving company 'room to embrace new chapter in Uber's history'.

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Barclays bank, former bosses charged over Qatar funding

John Varley and three other former bank managers charged with fraud linked to fundraising during 2008 financial crisis.

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Qatar banks have sufficient dollar liquidity

Top commercial bank executives say local banks have enough reserves adding that withdrawals have been limited.

Qatar's banks

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Qatar: Ready to prop up banks if deposits are withdrawn

Foreign institutions from Saudi Arabia, UAE and Bahrain have about $18bn of deposits in Qatari banks.

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Amazon shakes up retail with $13.7bn Whole Foods deal

Purchase sets the stage for 'transformative' retail experiments that could revolutionise how people buy groceries.

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US moves to seize another $540m of Malaysia's 1MDB fund

Malaysia officials have denied US allegations that the assets were stolen from the country's sovereign wealth fund.

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Eurozone ministers agree Greece bailout payment

Ministers agree to give Athens $9.5bn but warn Greece will have to wait for debt relief.

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Global lenders support Qatari banks hit by Gulf rift

Qatar balances out loss of funding from neighbours by securing cash from US, European and Asian banks.

Qatari banks

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Energy market vulnerable to prolonged Gulf crisis

Qatar is the world's leading LNG exporter, accounting for a third of international supplies - mainly to Asia and Europe.

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University of Chicago academic wins the 2017 Nobel Prize for economics for his 'profound impact' on economic research.

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