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  • *Facing headwinds in India, Middle East businesses- CEO. BENGALURU, July 19- India's third-largest software services exporter Wipro forecast muted revenue growth in the current quarter and warned Britain's decision to leave the European Union could lead some customers to defer business over the medium term. Wipro is also "fundamentally changing" its business...

  • RIYADH, July 19- Saudi Binladin Group, the kingdom's biggest construction conglomerate, appears to have pulled back from the brink of a financial crisis that risked damaging the wider economy. It was then barred from receiving new state contracts altogether after one of its cranes toppled into Mecca's Grand Mosque during a storm, killing 107 people.

  • STOCKHOLM— Wireless equipment maker Ericsson says lower demand for mobile broadband in a weakening global economy caused second-quarter profit to drop 26 percent and sales to slump in most markets. Ericsson said that demand declined most in Brazil, Russia and the Middle East and broadband projects in Europe continued to hit sales. Ericsson shares were down...

  • STOCKHOLM, July 19- Mobile telecom gear maker Ericsson forecast a third consecutive year of comparable sales declines on Tuesday, saying it would step up cost cuts in the face of deteriorating market conditions after its results fell short of market expectations. With demand stagnating in developed markets where the newest networks have mostly already been...

  • Will Turkey bring back the death penalty?

    CNBC's Hadley Gamble reports from Istanbul on the latest news from Turkey after the military coup and speaks to the country's deputy prime minister.

  • TUESDAY, JULY 19 LONDON- International Monetary Fund publishes update to World Economic Outlook, including new UK growth forecasts- 1300 GMT. ANKARA- Turkey central bank monetary policy meeting- 1100 GMT. PRETORIA- South African Reserve Bank starts its three-day monetary policy committee meeting.

  • IBM also stood by its full-year forecast for adjusted earnings of at least $13.50 per share, dispelling any concerns about the impact from Britain's vote to leave the European Union. "Investors were a little bit nervous about the guidance, and they'll find a little relief that the company maintained that, despite some headwinds associated with their high sales...

  • *Safety trades unwound after Turkey coup bid crushed. NEW YORK, July 18- U.S. stock prices rose on Monday, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average and S&P 500 posting record closes amid upbeat company earnings, while oil fell on worries about growing supply and traders brushing off a failed coup in Turkey. "We're now on to the next shiny new object and that's earnings...

  • *Safety trades unwound after Turkey coup bid crushed. NEW YORK, July 18- U.S. stock prices rose on Monday, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average and S&P 500 hovering near record highs amid upbeat company earnings, while oil fell on worries about growing supply and traders brushing off a failed coup in Turkey. "We're now on to the next shiny new object and that's...

  • Commodities tomorrow:

    CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets.

  • ANKARA, Turkey— Turkey faces the prospect of waning economic growth, a struggle to attract international investors and financial market volatility for months to come following the failed coup against Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. The same applies to those looking to holiday in Turkey— a key sector and foreign-currency earner for Turkey.

  • *Attack in Nice, Turkey coup plot pummel travel stocks. LONDON, July 18- UK travel stocks are sliding again as they face a perfect storm of political and security shocks that many predict will keep holidaying Britons at home for another year at least. After demand last year was hit by attacks in Tunisia, Egypt and Paris, last week's attack on Bastille Day in Nice and an...

  • *Wall Street headhunters get calls from European banks. LONDON/ NEW YORK July 18- Market ructions caused by Britain's decision to leave the European Union are set to widen the gulf between Wall Street and European investment banks, potentially leaving the continent without its own global champion. Since Britain's vote to leave the European Union, some...

  • Why haven't markets reacted to Turkey coup?

    Doruk Ergun, research fellow at EDAM, explains why markets have proven resilient despite the failed military coup in Turkey.

  • Theresa May

    France's former PM Dominique de Villepin has delivered a damning verdict on the U.K's new leader, as well as on German financial management.

  • What next for Erdoğan and Turkey?

    Alastair Newton, co-founder & director of Alavan Business Advisory, comments on the political situation in Turkey following the failed coup attempt.

  • How might the coup affect Russia-Turkey relations?

    Igor Ivanov, former Russian foreign minister, says the military coup in Turkey underlines the need for cooperation between Russia and Turkey.

  • There is a risk of civil war in Turkey: Professor

    Ahmet K. Han, associate professor of international relations at Kadir Has University, discusses why the military coup in Turkey failed.

  • Military coup has played into Erdoğan's hands: Expert

    Charles Hecker, global research director at Control Risks, says the military coup will help Turkey's president Recep Tayyip Erdogan to gain power.

  • More than 290 killed in Turkey coup

    CNBC's Hadley Gamble reports from Istanbul on the fallout from the weekend's military coup in Turkey.