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Wall Street Journal - Aug 5

Aug 5 (Reuters) - The following are the top stories in the Wall Street Journal. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy. - Elon Musk accused Twitter Inc TWTR.N of fraud, saying the company misrepresented the condition of its business and key metrics about the users on its platform before he agreed in April to acquire the company for $44 billion.

Argentine markets tick up even as Massa plan gets lukewarm reaction

BUENOS AIRES, Aug 4 (Reuters) - Argentine stocks, bonds and currency markets edged higher on Thursday, even as a set of measures announced by the new economy minister to heal the country's finances got a lukewarm reception from some analysts. The Argentine peso ARS= traded near flat at 132.70 per dollar in the official interbank market in the morning.

Financial Times - Aug 4

Aug 4 (Reuters) - The following are the top stories in the Financial Times. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy. Headlines Phil Mickelson leads golf stars in antitrust lawsuit against PGA Tour Link UK parliament closes TikTok account a week after launch Link Opec+ agrees minimal oil production rise in effort to placate western allies Link Elon Musk subpoenas Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan in Twitter takeover fight Link Overview Phil Mickelson and 10 other pro

West Virginia bars five financial firms for deemed fossil fuel 'boycotts'

(Updates with comment from BlackRock) By Pete Schroeder WASHINGTON, July 28 (Reuters) - West Virginia has barred five major financial institutions, including Blackrock Inc BLK.N and JPMorgan Chase & Co JPM.N , from new state business after determining that they were boycotting the fossil fuel industry. Goldman Sachs GS.N , Morgan Stanley MS.N and Wells Fargo & Co WFC.N are also barred on similar grounds, according to State Treasurer Riley Moore.

Hong Kong set for billions in inflows from China companies' listing upgrades

By Scott Murdoch and Kane Wu HONG KONG, July 27 (Reuters) - Hong Kong is set to see billions of dollars flowing in from the mainland with more Chinese companies expected to upgrade their listings in the city to tap into a bigger pool of capital amid the looming threat of delistings in the United States. E-commerce giant Alibaba Group 9988.HK said on Tuesday it would apply to convert its Hong Kong secondary listing into a dual primary that would make it easier for mainland Chinese investors to bu


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