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US GDP rises 3.5% in the third quarter | Money Talks

It's another sign the United States is going from strength to strength - the latest official figures show GDP in the world's biggest economy rose 3.5% during the third quarter. The Commerce Department's initial reading beat expectations, with strong consumer spending driving the result. It's the last set of data to be released before the US mid-term elections. And as Paolo Montecillo reports, President Donald Trump and the Republican party are hoping it'll pay-off at the ballot box. For more, we speak to TRT World Editor-at-large Craig Copetas. #US #GDP #Economy

New York Times says US president and father cheated government | Money Talks

New York Times says US president and father cheated government | Money Talks

US prosecutors open criminal probe into Huawei

US prosecutors open criminal probe into Huawei

Huawei to sue US over equipment ban | Money Talks

Huawei to sue US over equipment ban | Money Talks

Bipartisan push to fix US public infrastructure | Money Talks

Bipartisan push to fix US public infrastructure | Money Talks

Fitch downgrades UK credit rating outlook to 'negative’

Fitch downgrades UK credit rating outlook to 'negative’

Oil prices rally ahead of OPEC+ meeting in Vienna

Oil prices rally ahead of OPEC+ meeting in Vienna

UN agency calls on central banks to halt interest rate hikes

UN agency calls on central banks to halt interest rate hikes

UK reverses tax cut proposal after market, public backlash

UK reverses tax cut proposal after market, public backlash

Oil prices rally as OPEC+ alliance plans major output cut

Oil prices rally as OPEC+ alliance plans major output cut

British currency falls to record low as Truss bares tax cuts

British currency falls to record low as Truss bares tax cuts

Businesses set to leave China as economy falters

Businesses set to leave China as economy falters

Market Movers: Italy's new PM to face economic challenges ahead

Market Movers: Italy's new PM to face economic challenges ahead

Deluge threatens to worsen food insecurity in Nigeria

Deluge threatens to worsen food insecurity in Nigeria

‘Get rich quick schemes are too good to be true’

‘Get rich quick schemes are too good to be true’

UK economy averts immediate recession with 0.2% expansion

UK economy averts immediate recession with 0.2% expansion

European stocks set to rebound after BOE placates markets

European stocks set to rebound after BOE placates markets

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