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Protesters vandalise banks over Lebanon's economic crisis | Money Talks

Banks in the Lebanese capital Beirut have been cleaning up the damage and vandalism left by violent demonstrations overnight. The anti-government protesters shattered glass windows and damaged surveillance cameras and ATM machines. No looting was reported. Police used tear gas to disperse the crowd on Wednesday night. Some protesters have blamed the banking sector for financial policies that have worsened the economic crisis. The Lebanese pound has lost more than 60 percent of its value in the last few weeks. Meanwhile, banks have imposed capital controls to limit the withdrawal of foreign currencies. #Lebanon #Protests #EconomicCrisis

ILA 2018 air show takes off in Berlin| Money Talks

ILA 2018 air show takes off in Berlin| Money Talks

Money Talks: EU voted not to ban phosphate in kebabs

Money Talks: EU voted not to ban phosphate in kebabs

Money Talks: Adidas and BVG offering sneakers as tickets

Money Talks: Adidas and BVG offering sneakers as tickets

Money Talks: Berlin's Christmas market for dogs and owners

Money Talks: Berlin's Christmas market for dogs and owners

Turkcell reports 18% rise in revenues to $4.1B in 2019 | Money Talks

Turkcell reports 18% rise in revenues to $4.1B in 2019 | Money Talks

Michael Bloomberg faces hostile field in debate stage debut | Money Talks

Michael Bloomberg faces hostile field in debate stage debut | Money Talks

Michael Bloomberg surges in US Democratic opinion polls | Money Talks

Michael Bloomberg surges in US Democratic opinion polls | Money Talks

China's coronavirus outbreak threatens Indian economy | Money Talks

China's coronavirus outbreak threatens Indian economy | Money Talks

European Commission plans to create single EU data market | Money Talks

European Commission plans to create single EU data market | Money Talks

Designers at New York Fashion Week show off sustainable solutions | Money Talks

Designers at New York Fashion Week show off sustainable solutions | Money Talks

Boy Scouts of America files for bankruptcy after abuse scandal | Money Talks

Boy Scouts of America files for bankruptcy after abuse scandal | Money Talks

Brands use art installations to target UK consumers

Brands use art installations to target UK consumers

Mobile World Congress cancelled on coronavirus worries | Money Talks

Mobile World Congress cancelled on coronavirus worries | Money Talks

Spanish farmers demand better pricing for fresh produce | Money Talks

Spanish farmers demand better pricing for fresh produce | Money Talks

Iranians commemorate 1979 revolution amid economic chaos | Money Talks

Iranians commemorate 1979 revolution amid economic chaos | Money Talks

Coronavirus fears loom over Singapore Airshow | Money Talks

Coronavirus fears loom over Singapore Airshow | Money Talks

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