Rank #1: UN urges reform to food production
Rank #2: 'Breakthrough' Deal in Brexit Talks
Rank #3: Update: Wall Street Stocks Finish Higher
Rank #4: Finland at 100
Rank #5: Japan and the US close to a trade deal
The Caribbean island of Puerto Rico has been close to bankruptcy for years, but could Pedro Pierluisi, the new governor of the American territory, change its fortunes? Cate Long is the founder of Puerto Rico Clearing House, which advises the island's creditors. She tells us about the nature of the debt and how Washington, which governs the island, has been a 'negligent parent'.
Also in the programme, as Russia threatens to limit foreign ownership of technology companies, could this actually be a setback for the industry? Dr Jenny Mathers, a Russia expert from the University of Aberystwyth, tells us how the proposed law may be motivated more by politics than economics.
Rank #6: Update: US Sanctions have Domestic Repercussions
Rank #7: Toshiba Slumps on Nuclear Business Woes
Meanwhile, Rolls Royce also posts huge losses after a fine for corruption puts a big hole in their finances. So is the industry clean now? We talk to Barry Vitou, partner at the city of London law firm Pinsent Mason, who specialises in fraud cases.
(Photo Description: Toshiba's headquarters in Japan. Photo Credit: Toru Yamanaka/ AFP/ Getty Images)
Rank #8: Update: US imposes sweeping sanctions on Venezuela
Rank #9: Lyft to make stock market debut
Rank #10: Trump meets Trudeau
Rank #11: Xi Jinping: 'No Winners' in Any Trade War
(Picture: Xi Jinping. Picture credit: Getty Images.)
Rank #12: Germany's economic challenges
Rank #13: Update: Wall Street Shares Hit New High
Rank #14: Swedish Deadlock as Nationalists Gain
Rank #15: Update: India and Pakistan tensions rise over Kashmir
Rank #16: Funding Gap Grows at Ailing Italian Bank
(Picture: A Monte dei Paschi branch. Picture credit: AFP.)