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Breakingviews: Barclays leverage risk  (30 October 05:46 pm) 
Barclays\' Q3 results beat expectations, but the company’s revamp hinges on UK regulators not fast-tracking leverage targets, says Breakingviews\' George Hay.
Markus Rosgen, Asia-Pacific equity strategist at Citi, tells ET NOW foreign investors are better positioned in India and only additional government reforms will define fund flows to markets going
The world\'s top mobile maker is under severe pressure, delivering a 60 percent drop in Q3 profit as its handset business struggles. Turning it around may not prove easy, says Reuters\' Jon Gordon.
After six years of quantitative easing from the Fed Breakingviews\' Andy Mukherjee says despite a growth spike in 2010 a massive expansion in credit left emerging markets strapped with debt.
"Interstellar" stars land in Europe  (30 October 08:49 am) 
The latest celebrity news including \"Interstellar\" stars light up the red carpet in London. John Russell reports.
Markets cut losses after Fed statement  (30 October 04:46 am) 
Stocks closed slightly in the red on Wednesday, after the Federal Reserve ended its monthly bond buying program. Bobbi Rebell reports.
Fed shuts down bond buying program  (30 October 03:46 am) 
The Fed is ending a pivotal chapter in its strategy, closing its bond buying program, as it struggles to manage a full return to normal monetary policy. Bobbi Rebell reports.
U.S. President Barack Obama emphasizes his support for Ebola medics and says he is \"frustrated\" by policies like mandatory quarantines. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Flying car prototype takes to the skies  (30 October 03:49 am) 
The AeroMobil 3.0 is the latest prototype flying car that its makers hope will revolutionise the transport industry. The upgraded model has significant improvements to the previous prototype, with a
The piano man raises $3.7 million (USD) at his annual An Enduring Vision benefit. Rough cut (no reporter narrartion)
Ancient baby mammoth on display in Moscow  (30 October 02:47 am) 
A 39,000-year-old baby mammoth, Yuka, goes on display in the Russian capital. Tara Cleary reports.
An Atlas V rocket, carrying a GPS satellite on board, successfully launches from Cape Canaveral, a day after an unmanned rocket exploded moments after liftoff in Virginia. Rough Cut (no reporter
A London hotel is offering Harry Potter fans the chance to stay in Hogwarts-themed rooms, dubbed \'wizard chambers\'. Tara Cleary reports.
A Swedish amputee who became the first person to ever receive a brain controlled prosthetic arm is able to manipulate and handle delicate objects with an unprecedented level of dexterity. The device
Breakingviews: Facebook selloff  (29 October 11:46 pm) 
Breakingviews columnists explain why even a decent earnings report couldn\'t sustain Facebook\'s sky-high valuation, a trend seen this quarter with other high-priced stocks too.
Cocoa couture  (29 October 11:56 pm) 
The 20th annual Paris Salon du Chocolat. kicks off in Paris. Rough cut (no reporter narration)
In an interview with ET NOW, Dr Duvvuri Subbarao, distinguished visiting fellow at NUS Business School, says that the reversal of QE and the raising of rates is likely to be at a later date as
In an interview with ET NOW Dr Duvvuri Subbarao, distinguished visiting fellow at NUS Business School says, India is in a relatively better shape compared to EMs. He believes the government should use
Explosion could dent Orbital profit  (29 October 09:46 pm) 
NASA\'s cargo resupply program makes up over a fifth of Orbital Sciences\' sales, and the blast could hurt profit by $6 billion, according to analysts. Fred Katayama reports.
Iraqi peshmerga fighters, heading for Kobani on the Syrian border, pass through eastern province of Cizre in Turkey as they prepare to join the battle against Islamic State. Pavithra George reports.
A space education journalist is among those who witnessed and recorded the explosion of an unmanned Antares rocket seconds after its launch. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Breakingviews: Deutsche Bank’s big wager  (29 October 05:49 pm) 
The German group’s biggest bet is that the decline in investment banking is cyclical and not structural. The case is far from proven, says Breakingviews.
At least ten people are dead and scores missing after a landslide triggered by monsoon rains hits central Sri Lanka. Rough Cut (No reporter narration)
Russian sends a supply rocket to the International Space Station a day after a private U.S. rocket exploded on take-off. Rough Cut. (No reporter narration)
YouTube's video blogging millionaires  (30 October 01:50 pm) 
YouTube is creating a new breed of media moguls. Known as video bloggers, they\'re young, rich and famous, with some already building an empire stretching far beyond the realms of the internet. Ivor