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Rolling Stones store opens on London's Carnaby Street | Money Talks

The Rolling Stones have opened a flagship store on London's Carnaby Street - the street synonymous with the music and fashion scene of the 1960s, from which the band emerged. The shop sells exclusive fashion lines and memorabilia devoted to one of the biggest music acts in the world. And the opening has gone ahead despite the COVID-19 pandemic. Members of the band, all of whom are now in their 70s, did not attend. Simon McGregor-Wood takes a trip down memory lane. #Rock #RollingStones #CarnabyStreet

London's Camden Market misses tourist trade as stalls reopen | Money Talks

London's Camden Market misses tourist trade as stalls reopen | Money Talks

Small jeans company making it to Hollywood | Money Talks

Small jeans company making it to Hollywood | Money Talks

The Rolling Stones to open its first store in London

The Rolling Stones to open its first store in London

Money Talks: Rolling Stone sells 51% stake to Penske Media

Money Talks: Rolling Stone sells 51% stake to Penske Media

Asia Pacific stocks mostly rise ahead of US midterm elections

Asia Pacific stocks mostly rise ahead of US midterm elections

Market Movers: Fed, BoE hike interest rates

Market Movers: Fed, BoE hike interest rates

China's exports unexpectedly shrink in October

China's exports unexpectedly shrink in October

Modhera becomes India's first fully solar-powered village

Modhera becomes India's first fully solar-powered village

Russia resumes participation in Black Sea grain deal

Russia resumes participation in Black Sea grain deal

Europeans turn to firewood as oil and gas prices surge

Europeans turn to firewood as oil and gas prices surge

UN: Emissions goals insufficient to limit global heating

UN: Emissions goals insufficient to limit global heating

Hong Kong stocks surge on China reopening rumors

Hong Kong stocks surge on China reopening rumors

US Federal Reserve hikes rates by 75 basis points to highest since 2008

US Federal Reserve hikes rates by 75 basis points to highest since 2008

Oil climbs on demand hopes after big drawdown in US stockpiles

Oil climbs on demand hopes after big drawdown in US stockpiles

Eurozone economic growth slowed sharply in the third quarter

Eurozone economic growth slowed sharply in the third quarter

Global markets rally ahead of US Federal Reserve rate meeting

Global markets rally ahead of US Federal Reserve rate meeting

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