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ASX at three-month low; Big losses for BHP, Rio, Fortescue – The Sydney Morning Herald

The ASX 200 has continued its September slide, dropping as much as 1% to a three-month low. The heavyweight miners and banks are in the red.

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Video shows woman punch flight attendant while wearing mask incorrectly – New York Post

A Delta passenger wearing her mask incorrectly was kicked off a plane after punching a flight attendant in the face, video shows. BBC journalist Suzanne Kianpou…

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A Delta passenger wearing her mask incorrectly was kicked off a plane after punching a flight attendant in the face, video shows.
BBC journalist Suzanne Kianpour said the unidentified passenger got into a heated argument on the flight Monday evening to Atlanta from Miami.
In footage reposted by Kianpour, the raging traveler could be seen getting closer to the flight attendant before lunging forward.
“She’s in her face. Oh lord, oh lord” said a woman behind the camera before the passenger stri…

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Coronavirus update: U.S. braces for third wave; Moderna manages vaccine expectations – Yahoo Finance

The U.S. is careening into a third wave of COVID-19 with daily case counts already reaching summer highs.

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A dire outlook for the U.S. has returned amid what experts are calling a third wave of the coronavirus pandemic.
With more than 40 million reported cases globally and 1.1 million deaths, the pandemic shows no sign of slowing down. In Ireland, a lockdown has been reimposed, as other pockets of Europe weigh similar restrictions again.
In the U.S., more than 8.2 million cases and more than 220,000 deaths have been reported to-date. While the rate of deaths has slowed, there is still concern for s…

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Goldman Sachs to Pay $2.8 Billion, Admit Wrongdoing to Settle 1MDB Charges – The Wall Street Journal

A bank subsidiary in Asia tied to the misconduct is expected to plead guilty this week, while the parent company will accept deferred prosecution agreement

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Goldman Sachs Group Inc. will pay the U.S. government about $2.8 billion and admit wrongdoing in a Malaysian bribery scandal, settling charges stemming from its work with a corrupt government investment fund.
A Goldman subsidiary tied to the misconduct in Asia is expected to plead guilty this week, according to people familiar with the matter. The banks parent company will admit fault but wont face prosecution under the agreement, the people said, avoiding a guilty plea that could have cripple…

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