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AT&T, Time Warner shares dip with worries about deal clearance

Wall Street signaled skepticism on Monday that AT&T Inc would secure the government approvals needed to carry out its planned $85.4 billion acquisition of Time Warner Inc, with shares of both companies falling as analysts scrutinized the deal. | Video

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Oil prices dip on OPEC squabbles ahead of planned production cut

SINGAPORE Oil prices dipped early on Tuesday over disagreement within producer cartel OPEC on who should cut how much production in a planned coordinated reduction to prop up prices.

9:29pm EDT

Hyundai Motor executives to take voluntary 10 percent cut in wages

SEOUL Executives at South Korea's Hyundai Motor Group plan to take a voluntary 10 percent cut in wages from this month, the first such move since 2009, Yonhap News Agency reported on Tuesday, citing an unidentified high-ranking group official.

10:18pm EDT

U.S. government says benchmark 2017 Healthcare.gov premiums up 25 percent

The average premium for benchmark 2017 Obamacare insurance plans sold on Healthcare.gov rose 25 percent compared with 2016, the U.S. government said on Monday, the biggest increase since the insurance first went on sale in 2013 for the following year.

Visa profit, revenue beat analysts' estimates

Visa Inc , the world's largest payments network operator, reported better-than-expected quarterly profit and revenue, boosted by the inclusion of Visa Europe's results and as customers spent more using its network.

6:38pm EDT

U.S. may delay fines on major banks for mortgage mis-selling: Sky News

Representatives of the U.S. Department of Justice have signaled recently that penalty imposition on Barclays Plc , Credit Suisse Group AG and Deutsche Bank AG may not conclude until closer to the arrival of the new U.S. administration in January, Sky News reported.

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