5227-USA-APPLE: Apple has won over Japan's largest mobile operator NTT DoCoMo, sources say, as the iPhone maker tries to regain the global edge lost to Samsung and other Android-powered smartphones. Conway G. Gittens reports.

5196-USA-JOBS REPORT: The August jobs report suggests the U.S. economy is struggling to regain momentum as fewer people search for jobs. Fred Katayama reports.

5264-USA-USCLOSE: Summary of business headlines and recap of trading action on Wall Street and Europe. Conway G. Gittens reports.


5151-RUSSIA-G20: The G20 leaders of developed and emerging countries meeting for their annual summit in St Petersburg now face a rebounding U.S. economy, a lagging Europe - and developing economies facing repercussions from the looming withdrawal of easy money in the United States. Kirsty Basset reports.

5141-GERMANY-DAILY DIGIT/EXPORTS: German exports fell unexpectedly in July but imports rose, underscoring that the domestic economy will be key for growth in Germany this year as a weak global environment makes selling goods abroad hard. Hayley Platt reports.

5152-WORLD-TEA PRICES: African tea producers are feeling the heat as the crisis in Egypt impacts demand. But as low grade tea takes a hit, high-end tea prices are on the rise, fueled by a growing thirst for luxury. Ivor Bennett reports.

5401-JAPAN-ENERGY: The Fukushima nuclear plant crisis continues to plague Japan and is threatening the economy just as the government is getting it back on track. Yonggi Kang reports.

5402-ASIA-WEEK HEAD: Keep your eye on China next week, with a slew of key data set to be released. Reuters' Asia Economics and Markets editor Wayne Arnold gives his views on what to expect from the world's second largest economy.

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