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Aetna drops most of its Obamacare coverage; BHP posts record loss; VW nears settlement with DOJ; Gawker auction struggles.
BHP Billiton slashes dividend as iron ore pops; StanChart posts loss; PBOC lower reference rate; Home Depot beats estimates.
Falling commodity prices hammer BHP Billiton profits; early election called in Singapore.
Apple iPhone unit sales miss target; Bank of England questions Chinese growth projections; Florida bank announces Cuba branch opening.
IMF hints that debt forgiveness for Greece may be necessary; BHP writes down shale assets in the U.S.; Yum! Brands quarterly earnings disappoint.
Greece prepares for a looming debt payment; Bank of Japan leaves rates unchanged; Oracle to report earnings.
The Australian Securities Exchange launched its high-frequency trading platform ASX Purematch.
The Australian Securities Exchange has received regulatory approval from the Australian Securities and Investments Commission for the launch of its high-speed/low-latency order book ASX PureMatch on November 28.
U.K’s Meteor Asset Management has introduced the FTSE five quarterly kick-out plan four.
The world’s largest miner by market cap BHP Billiton intends to build a transparent system for pricing iron ore by the end of 2011 or early 2012.