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JPMorgan launches payments network using blockchain technology
(Reuters) - JPMorgan Chase & Co
said on Monday it launched a new payment processing network that uses blockchain technology, in partnership with Royal Bank of Canada and Australia and New Zealand Banking Group .
Mexico finance minister says NAFTA uncertainty hitting peso
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexico's Finance Minister Jose Antonio Meade said on Monday that the peso's recent depreciation reflects uncertainty about the NAFTA renegotiation process and questions about how quickly the U.S. Federal Reserve will normalize rates.
UK concerned by implications of U.S. decision on Iran deal -minister
LONDON, Oct 16 (Reuters) - Britain is concerned by the implications of U.S. President Donald Trump's decision not to recertify an international agreement on Iran's nuclear programme, junior foreign office minister Alistair Burt told parliament on Monday.
Bombardier pursues options for aerospace division; no deal imminent: sources
MONTREAL (Reuters) - Canada's Bombardier Inc
is continuing to look at strategic options for its aerospace division but no deal is imminent, people familiar with the matter told Reuters on Monday.
NBA: All eyes on hardwood for possible anthem protests
(Reuters) - The start of a new NBA season always commands attention, given a thirst for gravity-defying dunks and sweet shooters, but this year many may tune in simply to see if players will defy rules and kneel during the national anthem.
FACTBOX-NBA-Key dates for the 2017-18 NBA season
Oct 16 (Reuters) - Key dates for the 2017-18 NBA season:
BlackBerry shares down after another top exec leaves
(Reuters) - BlackBerry's
U.S.-listed shares fell almost 4 percent to $11.12 on Monday after a second senior executive from its licensing unit quit this month.
Uruguay to produce medical marijuana for export
MONTEVIDEO (Reuters) - International Cannabis Corporation will produce Uruguay's first batch of medical cannabis oil for export in December, the company's chief executive said Sunday.
Bombs kill Pakistani soldiers hunting U.S.-Canadian family's kidnappers
ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Bomb blasts killed a Pakistani army officer and three soldiers searching for the kidnappers of a freed U.S.-Canadian family in a tribal region bordering Afghanistan, Pakistani and U.S. officials said.
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