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Citigroup to sell Venezuelan gold in setback to President Maduro -sources

CARACAS (Reuters) - Citigroup Inc plans to sell several tons of gold placed as collateral by Venezuela's central bank on a $1.6 billion loan after the deadline for repurchasing them expired this month, sources said, a setback for President Nicolas Maduro's efforts to hold onto the country's fast-shrinking reserves.

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Venezuela's Guaido asks Citibank to freeze gold swap with Maduro - lawmaker

CARACAS (Reuters) - Advisers to Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido are asking Citibank not to claim gold put up as collateral for a loan to the government of President Nicolas Maduro if his administration does not make payments on time, a lawmaker said on Friday.

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Why Davos is talking about the fight between two absentees

DAVOS, Switzerland (Reuters) - The two most powerful men in the world are not in Davos this year, but they remain impossible to escape.

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Obama donor imprisoned for $292 million bank fraud seeks early release

NEW YORK (Reuters) - An Iranian-American businessman who gave money to Democrats including former President Barack Obama should be released early from his 12-year prison term for a $292 million bank fraud and moved to home confinement, his lawyers said on Friday.

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Mexican president decrees tax cuts for U.S. border region

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexico's new leftist President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador on Monday decreed tax cuts for northern states that he says will help power economic growth and deter migration to the United States.

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Small assault-style rifle firms thriving under activists' radar

BOSTON (Reuters) - A decade ago, Kentucky's Anderson Manufacturing was a small machine shop that didn't make firearms.

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Euro bond traders, platforms trigger 'Plan B' for no-deal Brexit

LONDON (Reuters) - London-based bond trading platforms and investment banks running European governments' debt sales are accelerating plans to move business across the Channel, fearing a no-deal Brexit will leave them unable to serve continental clients.

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Pakistan's new rulers grapple with an old problem: How to get people to pay taxes

ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Muhammad Hammad Azhar, one of the youngest ministers in Pakistan's new government, is the latest in a long line of officials to face a problem that undermines his country's development: getting people to start paying income taxes.

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PG&E shares surge 40 percent on report regulator wants to avoid bankruptcy from wildfire

SAN FRANCISCO/LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - PG&E Corp shares soared 40 percent in after-hours trade on Thursday after a report that a regulatory official told investors the agency does not want the utility to go into bankruptcy should it be found responsible for this month's deadly wildfire in northern California.

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Key Democratic lawmaker may invite bank CEOs to testify before U.S. Congress

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Democrat Maxine Waters, poised to become chair of the U.S. House banking committee, told Reuters on Thursday she would like the heads of the country's biggest banks to testify before the panel as she seeks to ramp up regulatory oversight.