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After Castro's death, dissidents see changes ahead
By Sarah Marsh SANTIAGO, Cuba (Reuters) - Now that Cuban revolutionary leader Fidel Castro is dead, one of his most prominent critics says he sees big economic and political changes to the one-party Communist system, perhaps within four years. Jose Daniel Ferrer, who leads the Patriotic Union of Cuba (UNPACU), the country's largest dissident group, says he does not expect Communist rule to crumble quickly but that change will surely come. "We will have more repression in the short term," Ferrer told Reuters, predicting President Raul Castro would tighten government control in order to stave off demands for political reform after his elder brother Fidel's death on Nov. 25.
Caution as Hong Kong-Shenzhen share trading link launches
Hong Kong authorities have lauded the A long-delayed trading link between the Chinese city of Shenzhen and Hong Kong launches Monday, opening another door to the mainland's cosseted stock markets but a China slowdown, weak yuan and expected US rate hikes have analysts sounding a note of caution. The tie-up, similar to one that kicked off between Hong Kong and Shanghai two years ago, is being touted as the latest effort by Beijing to prove to global investors that its capital markets are gradually opening. Hong Kong authorities have lauded the "stock connect" as a boost to the city as a finance hub that will cement its role in helping internationalise the yuan.
New Zealand PM Key announces shock resignation, backs Finance Minister
File photo of New Zealand's Prime Minister John Key waveing to photographers during the APEC Summit in Lima, PeruBy Charlotte Greenfield and Swati Pandey WELLINGTON (Reuters) - New Zealand Prime Minister John Key, who won praise for his economic stewardship after the global financial crisis, unexpectedly announced his resignation on Monday after eight years in power, backing his finance minister to take the helm. Bill English, deputy prime minister and finance minister, said he would likely decide overnight whether to stand for the leadership of the ruling center-right National Party at a special December 12 caucus meeting. Key, a popular former foreign exchange dealer who grew up in state housing, is part-way through a third, three-year term that has been marked by political stability and economic reform.
Get used to it: Economists see "new normal" of slow growth
Americans should get used to a "new normal" of slow economic growth, business economists say. The median estimate from economists surveyed by the National Association for Business Economics calls ...
Italy's Renzi vows to resign after crushing referendum defeat
Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi speaks during a media conference after a referendum on constitutional reform at Chigi palace in RomeBy Crispian Balmer and Gavin Jones ROME (Reuters) - Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi vowed to resign after suffering a crushing defeat on Sunday in a referendum on constitutional reform, tipping the euro zone's third-largest economy into political turmoil. The euro fell to 20-month lows against the dollar, with markets worried that instability in the euro zone's third-largest economy could reignite a dormant financial crisis and deal a hammer blow to Italy's fragile banking sector. Renzi's resignation could open the door to early elections next year and to the possibility of an anti-euro party, the opposition 5-Star Movement, gaining power in the heart of the single currency.

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Richest Americans live seven to 10 years longer than poorestA new study shows that poverty can cut up to 10 years off of men's lives in the United States.


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A huge pool of water may be lurking under Earth's surface. (LiveScience)A trove of water could be hidden more than 250 miles underground, new research suggests.


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Former Vice President Al Gore at Trump Tower. (Andrew Harnik/AP)The former vice president had an "extremely interesting conversation" with the president-elect.


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Comet pizza owner rips fake news after gunman tells police he was there to ‘self-investigate' election conspiracyThe House Speaker says he doesn't care that Donald Trump continues to post outlandish claims.