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  • The announcement from the White House that a tentative deal has been reached to avert the first national rail strike in three decades comes as a huge relief for businesses and investors worried about fresh supply chain disruptions.
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  • McDonald's CEO Chris Kempczinski has big concerns about surging crime in Chicago, where the fast food giant is based, saying it is impacting the company's restaurants and making it harder to recruit corporate talent.
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  • Fans of the Manchester United Football Club are not thrilled to see their squad in the middle of the pack of the English Premier League so far this season, especially after a disappointing run in 2021.
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  • Chinese leader Xi Jinping and his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin, will meet face-to-face this week for the first time since Moscow sent troops into Ukraine earlier this year.
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  • There are new signs of strain in the Russian economy as energy prices fall and nearly seven months of war in Ukraine prove increasingly costly.
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  • FedEx shares plunged 21% in premarket trading Friday after it warned last Thursday that a slowing economy will cause it to fall $500 million short of its revenue target.
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  • "Super floods" in Pakistan have left 3.4 million children in need of "immediate, lifesaving support," according to UNICEF.
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  • Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei was seen attending an event at a mosque in Tehran on Saturday, according to pictures and a video published on Iran's government websites and state media, one day after reports circulated about of his deteriorating health.
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  • Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi appears to have directly rebuffed Moscow's invasion of Ukraine, telling Russian President Vladimir Putin that now is not the time for war.
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