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Surprises in store as World Cup casts shadow over Rugby Championship

MELBOURNE (Reuters) - With the Rugby Championship being seen as little more than a World Cup warmup for the southern hemisphere's top four nations the abridged tournament could produce a surprise or two amid the tinkering with tactics and selections.

Trump’s trade warIt’s really about dominance over technology and AI

IT doesn’t seem to end. It now risks expanding to become a tech cold war as well.

Crash forces Azizul to settle for seventh place

PETALING JAYA: An early fall hurt Azizulhasni Awang’s (pic) hopes of snatching glory for the nation at the Track Cycling World Championships in Pruszkow, Poland.

Top Gan in Japan; How Jeremy turned mixed doubles into a force in one year

IT’S been exactly one year since former international Jeremy Gan (pic) joined the Japan national badminton team.

World markets themes for the week ahead

Following are five big themes likely to dominate thinking of investors and traders in the coming week.

Djokovic headed for bright finish with U.S. Open win

NEW YORK (Reuters) - For Novak Djokovic, a season that got off to a gloomy start is heading for a brilliant finish after he dismissed Juan Martin Del Potro 6-3 7-6(4) 6-3 to win the U.S. Open on Sunday and earn back-to-back Grand Slam titles.

Carnoustie carnage as big guns Johnson, Thomas miss cut

CARNOUSTIE, Scotland (Reuters) - It was Carnoustie carnage for Americans Dustin Johnson and Justin Thomas as the world's two top-ranked players missed the cut at the British Open on Friday.

North Korea overture seen as tiny step on rocky, unpromising road

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - In floating the possibility of nuclear talks with the United States, North Korea took a first step on a road likely to be long, more arduous and just as prone to failure as past efforts.

The sentiment cycle of the market

FisherMarketminder: Stocks move between the gap of sentiment and reality

Button to make return to racing next year but not in F1

SUZUKA, Japan (Reuters) - Jenson Button will return to racing next season but not in Formula One after spending one year too many in the sport, the Briton said on Friday.