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 •  Tesla forms three-member panel to decide on any Musk deal
Tesla Inc's board named a special committee of three directors on Tuesday to negotiate with Elon Musk on taking the electric carmaker private, although it said it was yet to see a firm offer from the company's chief executive.
 •  Investment firms explore buyout of Yum China - sources
Investment firms are exploring a buyout of Yum China Holdings Inc. in what could be one of Asia's biggest M&A deals this year, sources close to the situation told Reuters.
 •  China revs up spending plan as economy cools, investment growth at record low
The Chinese government is expediting plans to invest billions of dollars in infrastructure projects as its economy shows signs of cooling further, with investment growth slowing to a record low and consumers turning more cautious.
 •  Exclusive: Development bank EBRD has stress-tested for 40 percent lira crash
One of Turkey's biggest multilateral investors, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, has passed internal stress tests for a 40 percent drop by the lira, sources told Reuters, but the currency has weakened more than that this year.
 •  Erdogan says Turkey will boycott US electronics, lira steadies
President Tayyip Erdogan said on Tuesday Turkey would boycott electronic products from the United States, retaliating in a row with Washington that helped drive the lira to record lows.
 •  Wall Street rises on earnings optimism, lira rebound
U.S. stock indexes rose on Tuesday as upbeat quarterly reports from a clutch of companies boosted earnings optimism and bank stocks rebounded after Turkey's currency snapped its three-week slide.
 •  Fortis Healthcare posts first-quarter loss
Indian hospital operator Fortis Healthcare Ltd, which recently agreed to be bought by Malaysia's IHH Healthcare Bhd, reported a quarterly loss on Tuesday.
 •  Oil rises on concern over Saudi and Iranian supply
Oil prices jumped on Tuesday after Saudi Arabia said it cut production, adding to concerns over global supply as U.S. sanctions against Iran curb its exports, though the prospect of a slowdown in global economic growth kept a lid on markets.
 •  U.S. import prices flat; dollar curbing imported inflation
U.S. import prices were unchanged in July as a surge in the cost of fuels was offset by weak prices elsewhere, suggesting a strong dollar was keeping imported inflation pressures in check.
 •  Gold advances as dollar softens
Gold rose from near 18-month lows on Tuesday, attempting a break back above the key $1,200 level as the dollar softened and analysts said the precious metal could have fallen too far.
 •  Saudi pips Iraq as top oil supplier to India in July - data
Saudi Arabia replaced Iraq as top oil supplier to India in July after a gap of more than a year, according to data from industry and shipping sources, as a higher intake of Iranian oil ahead of U.S. sanctions altered trade routes.
 •  July trade deficit widens to $18.02 billion
India's trade deficit widened to a more than five year high of $18.02 billion in July, the trade ministry said on Tuesday, driven largely by a surge in oil imports.
 •  Global Markets: Shares regain footing as lira pulls out of nosedive
World share markets fought to regain their footing on Tuesday, as Turkey's lira pulled out of its recent nosedive and reassuring data from Germany helped offset the latest wobbles in China's giant economy.
 •  Graphic: Lead shortages, seasonally strong demand suggest possible price revival
Global trade disputes and political tensions have sent prices of battery metal lead to 14-month lows but tight supplies, shortages and seasonally strong demand for the coming northern winter suggest a possible change of tack.
 •  Caring or creepy? UK banks turn to alerts to keep customers loyal
Britain's biggest banks are planning to send personalised spending alerts and in some cases money management advice to their mobile banking customers as they strive to shore up brand loyalty in the face of growing competition.
 •  Exclusive: UK's Quercus pulls plug on $570 million Iran solar plant as sanctions bite
British renewable energy investor Quercus said it will halt the construction of a 500 million euro ($570 million) solar power plant in Iran due to recently imposed U.S. sanctions on Tehran.
 •  Turkish airline, telecoms firm to halt U.S. advertising
Turkey's national airline and its main telecoms firm will halt advertising in U.S. media in response to the crisis in relations between the two allies, company officials said on Tuesday.
 •  India not worried about weak rupee if other currencies depreciate - finance ministry official
India would not be concerned if the rupee currency fell to 80 against the dollar after hitting an all-time low of 70.1 on Tuesday, as long as other currencies also depreciated, a senior finance ministry official said.
 •  UK jobless rate falls to new 43-year-low, but pay growth weakens
Britain's unemployment rate fell to its lowest in over 43 years in the three months to June and fewer workers made do with insecure jobs, but there was little upside for most as pay growth slowed to its weakest in nine months.
 •  As China trade row deepens, WH Group boosts U.S. pork exports to Japan, South Korea
WH Group Ltd, the world's largest pork company, has boosted its U.S. exports to Japan, South Korea and Mexico to reduce the impact of the trade spat between Washington and Beijing, Chairman Wan Long said on Tuesday.
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