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UK PM May backs BoE's Carney

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Prime Minister Theresa May believes Bank of England governor Mark Carney is the best man for the job and should stay on in his role, May’s spokeswoman said on Monday, dampening speculation that he would leave his job in 2018. Ciara Lee reports

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The merger between GE and Baker Hughes’ oil and gas businesses will create the world’s No. 2 oilfield services provider. Fred Katayama reports.

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U.S. Bank’s David Shiegoleit tells Reuters’ Fred Katayama that the FBI’s move to look at new mails related to Hillary Clinton is putting a damper on trading.

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Meet the men who quit the grind of white-collar work and found job satisfaction in hauling leaves, building walls, hanging drapes and baking bread.

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U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew said on Monday that he sees a fundamental threat to liberal democracy and free market capitalism if they do not work better for more people. ROUGH CUT – NO REPORTER NARRATION

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Investors hold off ahead of election

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U.S. stocks were little changed on Monday as investors resisted taking big positions ahead of the outcome of the U.S. election next week. Roselle Chen reports.

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