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Cold, hard cash being made from France's heatwave

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BUSINESS DAILY

BUSINESS DAILY

Latest update : 2013-10-14

Markets nervous as debt ceiling deadline nears

How are investors reacting to concern over the US debt ceiling? We talk to Joshua Raymond, the Chief Market Strategist at City Index. President François Hollande is in South Africa, hoping some important deals will be signed. And could a French economist be in line for the prestigious Nobel prize in economics? We look at the two frontrunners from France.

By Matthew WARREN

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2015-07-02 France

Cold, hard cash being made from France's heatwave

Companies that make cooling systems and water sprays are among those who are cashing in on the heatwave in France. Temperatures in Paris reached almost 40 degrees on Wednesday....

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2015-07-01 eurozone

Video: After default, what next for Greece?

After Greece missed its payment to the IMF of €1.6 billion on Tuesday night, we focus on what lies ahead for Athens and its international lenders. We also look at how the elderly...

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2015-06-25 France

French taxi strike over UberPOP causes traffic chaos

French taxi drivers are causing traffic chaos around Paris as they demonstrate over the rise of services like UberPOP. We take a look at the challenges that Uber has faced around...

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2015-06-24 France

Bouygues Telecom 'can survive alone' after rejecting takeover bid

The chief executive of the Bouygues group says its telecoms business can survive alone after its board rejected a €10 billion takeover from Altice, owner of rival network SFR....

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2015-06-19 eurozone

Greeks wonder if capital controls are on the horizon

Greece in the spotlight once again. After finance ministers failed to reach a deal in Luxembourg, there are fears of capital controls in Greece. Plus Johnny Depp is selling his...

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