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Five Things You Need to Know to Start Your Day

Get caught up. By Corrected Want to receive this post in your inbox every morning? Sign up here. Trade tensions endure, Deutsche Bank has a new man at the helm and Asian equity markets are braced for a fall after U.S. equities’ Friday slump. Here are some of the things people in markets are talking about.…

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Vietnam May Be in for Some Inclement Weather

The heat in Ho Chi Minh City these days is almost too intense to bear. Having returned 52 percent in 2017, Vietnam is on track to be Asia's best-performing market for a second year in a row. The Vietnam Stock Index is already up 22 percent. Since January, foreigners have purchased more than $440 million of…

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In the US, you don’t have to kill to be a murderer

Image copyright WSFA 12 News Image caption Lakeith Smith at his sentencing After police killed a burglary suspect in a shootout, the officer was not charged - instead a teenage boy who did not fire the gun has been found guilty of his murder. How do accomplice liability laws work? Lakeith Smith was 15 years…

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N Korea to discuss denuclearisation – US

Image copyright AFP/Getty Images Image caption Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un are due to meet in May, though North Korea has not publically confirmed this North Korea has promised the US it is ready to discuss the future of its nuclear arsenal when the two nations' leaders meet, US officials say. Preparations for the summit…

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Deutsche Bank boss to step down

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Deutsche Bank's chief executive John Cryan will leave at the end of April The boss of Deutsche Bank is stepping down two years early amid continued losses at Germany's biggest lender. John Cryan is replaced by co-deputy chief executive Christian Sewing. British-born Mr Cryan has held the job since…

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