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Brexit spells gloomy outlook for corporate bond issuance

LONDON, June 24 (IFR) - Corporate credit spreads faltered and bankers were left questioning near-term issuance prospects following the news that the UK voted to leave the European Union on Friday.

Overweight young men may face high liver disease risk later in life

Being overweight at 18 to 20 years old may signal that a man is headed for severe liver disease decades later, according to a large, long-term study from Sweden.

24 Jun 2016

Virtual vintners have legs in China, toppling traditional importers

SHANGHAI/HUNTER VALLEY, Australia Wu Zhendong sees himself as something of a wine buff. The 25-year-old lawyer from China's western city of Chengdu is a member of his local wine club, likes to drink Chateauneuf-du-Pape - and now, like many of his peers, buys most of his wine online. | Video

23 Jun 2016

Virtual vintners have legs in China, toppling traditional importers

SHANGHAI/HUNTER VALLEY, Australia Wu Zhendong sees himself as something of a wine buff. The 25-year-old lawyer from China's western city of Chengdu is a member of his local wine club, likes to drink Chateauneuf-du-Pape - and now, like many of his peers, buys most of his wine online.

23 Jun 2016

Virtual vintners have legs in China, toppling traditional importers

* Recovery in China wine market driven by online, logistics firms

23 Jun 2016

YOUR MONEY-Rebranding You: Five tips for a personal relaunch

NEW YORK, June 22 Cait Flanders was wrestling with a common life question: Who am I?

22 Jun 2016

Q&A: Cultivating a vintage life with Michael Mondavi

NEW YORK There are few names in America as iconic as Mondavi, one of the original families who put California's Napa Valley on the winemaking map decades ago.

21 Jun 2016

Q&A: Cultivating a vintage life with Michael Mondavi

NEW YORK, June 21 There are few names in America as iconic as Mondavi, one of the original families who put California's Napa Valley on the winemaking map decades ago.

21 Jun 2016

GRAPHIC-Now 21, Britain's AIM is still struggling to grow up

LONDON, June 20 With a few exceptions, London's Alternative Investment Market (AIM) is the only segment of the UK stock market that has, on average, lost money over the past two decades.

20 Jun 2016

Myanmar scraps screening of film critical of military's past

YANGON The abrupt cancellation of the screening of a film critical of Myanmar's military has exposed sensitivities over portrayal of the army as the country deals with the legacy of 49 years of harsh military rule.

15 Jun 2016