News Headlines - 27 October 2011

▽Child killer found guilty of fourth murder - The Independent
A notorious paedophile already serving life imprisonment for the killings of three young girls was convicted in a Northern Ireland court of murdering a fourth thirty years ago.

▽Michael Jackson 'probably' addicted to Demerol — defense witness - Los Angeles Times
Michael Jackson was “probably” addicted to Demerol provided by his Beverly Hills dermatologist, a specialist in addiction medicine told jurors Thursday at the trial of the singer’s personal physician.

▽GLOBAL MARKETS-European debt deal ignites rally in stocks, euro - Reuters
A long-awaited plan to staunch the European debt crisis sparked euphoria across financial markets on Thursday, driving up the euro and the price of world stocks and commodities, while thrashing the dollar.

▽Yen Gains After BOJ Move Enhance Appeal of Japan Aiding Europe - Bloomberg
The Bank of Japan added 5 trillion yen ($66 billion) to an asset-purchase program after Europe announced an enlarged rescue fund to counter the region’s debt crisis. JPMorgan Chase & Co. and Morgan Stanley MUFG Securities Co. said the central bank’s measure was too little. The yen rose to 75.67 per dollar at 8:24 a.m. in New York.

▽Sony takes full control of Sony Ericsson joint venture - The Guardian
Sony pays £1.05bn to buy out handset manufacturer, and pledges to integrate its content onto the 'four screens' – smartphones, consoles, PCs and TVs – it manufactures







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