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Boston Globe
When Harry Potter robes are preferable to white sheetsChapman. “We need to crush ’em,” Chapman said of Antifa, which he dismissed as
Boston Globe / Posted 2 days ago
Chapman. “We need to crush ’em,” Chapman said of Antifa, which he dismissed as “trust fund commies.” Police Commissioner Bill Evans says anybody getting anywhere near violent will be introduced to a holding cell without a view. Unlike... Read more
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The Southampton Press & The East Hampton Press
Homes Of Musicians Dyck Hyman And Hal McKusick Both SellAmong those Mr. McKusick performed with were Kenny Burrell, Milt Hinton, Colema
The Southampton Press & The East Hampton Press / Posted 2 days ago
Among those Mr. McKusick performed with were Kenny Burrell, Milt Hinton, Coleman Hawkins, Woody Herman, Charlie Parker, Dinah Washington, Bill Evans and Quincy Jones. A full career and life indeed, which ended five years ago at th... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
AUSTRALIAN STOCKS CLIMB: Here's what you need to knowThe Reserve Bank of Australia is sticking to its forecast for Australia’s econo
Business Insider Australia / Posted 3 days ago
The Reserve Bank of Australia is sticking to its forecast for Australia’s economic growth to pick up, but Westpac’s Bill Evans argues the target will be hard to reach. 4. A valuable lesson in customer service: Business Insider’s Sarah... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
Australia's economic growth in 2018 looks set to undershoot the RBA's lofty expectationsbelow trend growth momentum and a sharp turnaround from strong positive, above
Business Insider Australia / Posted 4 days ago
below trend growth momentum and a sharp turnaround from strong positive, above trend reads at the start of the year,” said Bill Evans, chief economist at Westpac. “The Index growth rate has slowed from 1.11% above trend in February to 0.10% below... Read more
4d
WWL-TV, Channel 4 New Orleans
Maurice Guillerman, former WWL-TV station manager & sales executive, dies at 88gentleman and always had time for anyone – no matter what your job was at the s
WWL-TV, Channel 4 New Orleans / Posted 4 days ago
gentleman and always had time for anyone – no matter what your job was at the station. I remember he liked jazz, especially Bill Evans. That was something we shared in common and he took the time to know that about me, even as a young production... Read more
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Arts Journal
Chet Baker Biography Revisedhas a selection of new photographs of Baker on the bandstand, with family, and
Arts Journal / Posted 4 days ago
has a selection of new photographs of Baker on the bandstand, with family, and in times of trouble growing out of the […] Bill Evans, Another Time, Resonance For years, it was thought that drummer Jack DeJohnette’s only recorded appearance with... Read more
5d
Boston Globe
The answer to offensive speech is more speechthe volatility of Charlottesville, where neo-Nazis and the Ku Klux Klan were op
Boston Globe / Posted 5 days ago
the volatility of Charlottesville, where neo-Nazis and the Ku Klux Klan were openly involved. Police Commissioner Bill Evans said the people organizing this Saturday’s rally are different from those who organized the one in May. The... Read more
6d
Business Insider Australia
Analysts predict a pickup in US inflation, and it could awaken the bond marketthe US Fed will go ahead and raise rates again this year despite recent data su
Business Insider Australia / Posted 6 days ago
the US Fed will go ahead and raise rates again this year despite recent data suggesting otherwise. Westpac chief economist Bill Evans agrees, noting that the US Federal Reserve is aware of the lag between a tightening labour market and higher wages... Read more
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Canberra Times
First-home buyers slowly returning to the Australian housing market, despite rate rise expectationsincreases in key costs such as electricity and emerging concerns about rising i
Canberra Times / Posted 10 days ago
increases in key costs such as electricity and emerging concerns about rising interest rates,” Westpac chief economist Bill Evans said. In response to an additional question in the monthly survey, 71 per cent of consumers expect mortgage rates... Read more
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10d
Juneau Empire
Dreaming in AmericaAnd let us all hope that there never comes a day when people the world over sto
Juneau Empire / Posted 10 days ago
And let us all hope that there never comes a day when people the world over stop dreaming about coming to America. • Bill Evans is an Anchorage based labor and employment law attorney with 25 years experience. He is a former member of the... Read more
10d
Sky News Australia
First home buyers returning to the marketincreases in key costs such as electricity and emerging concerns about rising i
Sky News Australia / Posted 10 days ago
increases in key costs such as electricity and emerging concerns about rising interest rates,' Westpac chief economist Bill Evans said. In response to an additional question in the monthly survey, 71 per cent of consumers expect mortgage rates... Read more
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10d
Canberra Times
Consumer mood falls to 16-mth low on anaemic wage growth, surging energy costslowest since April 2016. "The index components point to clear pressure on fami
Canberra Times / Posted 10 days ago
lowest since April 2016. "The index components point to clear pressure on family finances," said Westpac Chief Economist Bill Evans. "Much of the weakness is likely to reflect a mix of weak growth in wages; increases in key costs such as... Read more
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10d
Sky News Australia
Consumer sentiment falls again in AugustInstitute Index of consumer sentiment fell 1.2 per cent in August to 95.5, from
Sky News Australia / Posted 10 days ago
Institute Index of consumer sentiment fell 1.2 per cent in August to 95.5, from 96.6 in July. Westpac's chief economist Bill Evans said it marked the weakest succession of reads since 2008, with increased family finance pressures, concerns... Read more
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11d
Business Insider Australia
Bearish Aussie dollar forecasts continue to fall by the waysideand associated currency market reaction has seen us revise our near-term outloo
Business Insider Australia / Posted 11 days ago
and associated currency market reaction has seen us revise our near-term outlook for the Australian dollar higher,” said Bill Evans, chief economist at Westpac. “In retrospect, our expectations for the extent of the reversal in commodity prices... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Consumer mood falls to 16-mth low on anaemic wage growth, surging energy costslowest since April 2016. "The index components point to clear pressure on fami
Brisbane Times / Posted 11 days ago
lowest since April 2016. "The index components point to clear pressure on family finances," said Westpac Chief Economist Bill Evans. "Much of the weakness is likely to reflect a mix of weak growth in wages; increases in key costs such as... Read more
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11d
TheBull
Consumer sentiment continues to fallInstitute Index of consumer sentiment fell 1.2 per cent in August to 95.5, from
TheBull / Posted 11 days ago
Institute Index of consumer sentiment fell 1.2 per cent in August to 95.5, from 96.6 in July. Westpac's chief economist Bill Evans said increased family finance pressures, concerns surrounding interests rates and housing affordability in NSW and... Read more
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WA Today
Consumer mood falls to 16-mth low on anaemic wage growth, surging energy costslowest since April 2016. "The index components point to clear pressure on fami
WA Today / Posted 11 days ago
lowest since April 2016. "The index components point to clear pressure on family finances," said Westpac Chief Economist Bill Evans. "Much of the weakness is likely to reflect a mix of weak growth in wages; increases in key costs such as... Read more
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News.com.au
Consumer sentiment continues to fallInstitute Index of consumer sentiment fell 1.2 per cent in August to 95.5, from
News.com.au / Posted 11 days ago
Institute Index of consumer sentiment fell 1.2 per cent in August to 95.5, from 96.6 in July. Westpac's chief economist Bill Evans said increased family finance pressures, concerns surrounding interests rates and housing affordability in NSW and... Read more
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11d
Geelong Advertiser
Consumer sentiment continues to fallInstitute Index of consumer sentiment fell 1.2 per cent in August to 95.5, from
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 11 days ago
Institute Index of consumer sentiment fell 1.2 per cent in August to 95.5, from 96.6 in July. Westpac's chief economist Bill Evans said increased family finance pressures, concerns surrounding interests rates and housing affordability in NSW and... Read more
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11d
Sydney Morning Herald
Consumer mood falls to 16-mth low on anaemic wage growth, surging energy costslowest since April 2016. "The index components point to clear pressure on fami
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 11 days ago
lowest since April 2016. "The index components point to clear pressure on family finances," said Westpac Chief Economist Bill Evans. "Much of the weakness is likely to reflect a mix of weak growth in wages; increases in key costs such as... Read more
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11d
The Age
Consumer mood falls to 16-mth low on anaemic wage growth, surging energy costslowest since April 2016. "The index components point to clear pressure on fami
The Age / Posted 11 days ago
lowest since April 2016. "The index components point to clear pressure on family finances," said Westpac Chief Economist Bill Evans. "Much of the weakness is likely to reflect a mix of weak growth in wages; increases in key costs such as... Read more
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11d
Perth Now
Consumer sentiment falls in AugustInstitute Index of consumer sentiment fell 1.2 per cent in August to 95.5, from
Perth Now / Posted 11 days ago
Institute Index of consumer sentiment fell 1.2 per cent in August to 95.5, from 96.6 in July. Westpac's chief economist Bill Evans said it marked the weakest succession of reads since 2008, with increased family finance pressures, concerns... Read more
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11d
Adelaide Now
Consumer sentiment falls in AugustInstitute Index of consumer sentiment fell 1.2 per cent in August to 95.5, from
Adelaide Now / Posted 11 days ago
Institute Index of consumer sentiment fell 1.2 per cent in August to 95.5, from 96.6 in July. Westpac's chief economist Bill Evans said it marked the weakest succession of reads since 2008, with increased family finance pressures, concerns... Read more
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11d
The Courier Mail
Consumer sentiment falls in AugustInstitute Index of consumer sentiment fell 1.2 per cent in August to 95.5, from
The Courier Mail / Posted 11 days ago
Institute Index of consumer sentiment fell 1.2 per cent in August to 95.5, from 96.6 in July. Westpac’s chief economist Bill Evans said it marked the weakest succession of reads since 2008, with increased family finance pressures, concerns... Read more
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11d
Business Insider Australia
Australia's economy has been gathering steam -- but it looks unlikely to lastis not alone in the view that the current momentum in the Australian economy wi
Business Insider Australia / Posted 11 days ago
is not alone in the view that the current momentum in the Australian economy will be sustained beyond the short-term. Bill Evans, chief economist at Westpac, also remains unconvinced, suggesting on several occasions this year that the outlook... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Gloria Estefan, LL Cool J among Kennedy Center honoreesafraid of going in any direction." The 86-year-old once shared the stage with J
Chicago Tribune / Posted 16 days ago
afraid of going in any direction." The 86-year-old once shared the stage with Josephine Baker in Paris; Duke Ellington, Bill Evans, and Benny Goodman - along with their bands - accompanied her solo performances. But there's no end in sight, she... Read more
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The Mercury News
Kennedy Center Honors names its first rapper – LL Cool Jafraid of going in any direction.” The 86-year-old once shared the stage with J
The Mercury News / Posted 16 days ago
afraid of going in any direction.” The 86-year-old once shared the stage with Josephine Baker in Paris; Duke Ellington, Bill Evans, and Benny Goodman – along with their bands – accompanied her solo performances. But there’s no end in sight, she... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Gloria Estefan, LL Cool J among Kennedy Center honoreesafraid of going in any direction." The 86-year-old once shared the stage with J
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 16 days ago
afraid of going in any direction." The 86-year-old once shared the stage with Josephine Baker in Paris; Duke Ellington, Bill Evans, and Benny Goodman - along with their bands - accompanied her solo performances. But there's no end in sight, she... Read more
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18d
Business Insider Australia
Here's what economists are saying about the RBA's more forceful tone towards the Australian dollareconomic community has made of the bank’s not-so-subtle warning about the Aussi
Business Insider Australia / Posted 18 days ago
economic community has made of the bank’s not-so-subtle warning about the Aussie’s recent strength. Let’s find out. Bill Evans, Westpac Despite the governor stating “the Bank’s forecasts for the Australian economy are largely unchanged”, it... Read more
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19d
Louth Leader
Louth pipped to East Midlands title by Market Rasendefending champions, the Louth Golf Club team were disappointed to finish secon
Louth Leader / Posted 19 days ago
defending champions, the Louth Golf Club team were disappointed to finish second to Market Rasen. Mike Brader, Bill Evans and Dave Harness were the scoring players, with six of the eight team members aged 80-plus. Mike finished as... Read more
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CNET
An insanely great phono cartridge for well-heeled audiophilesto admit the newly remixed Beatles "Sgt. Pepper's" LP left me shaken and stirre
CNET / Posted 21 days ago
to admit the newly remixed Beatles "Sgt. Pepper's" LP left me shaken and stirred for days. The Kronos Quartet's "Music of Bill Evans" LP never really did that much for me. The string quartet is joined by bassist Eddie Gomez and guitarist Jim Hall,... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Tomic, Spieth and the immense space in betweenHeaded Improvisation In Jazz and penned by the pianist Bill Evans (who plays on
Brisbane Times / Posted 22 days ago
Headed Improvisation In Jazz and penned by the pianist Bill Evans (who plays on the album, recorded in 1959), the liner notes to Miles Davis' seminal work Kind of Blue have always resonated with me, and been parked away somewhere in the dark recesses... Read more
22d
Arts Journal
Brubeck And Desmond: Can’t You Hear Them Calling?co-edited Journalism Ethics: Why Change? He is at work on another novel in whic
Arts Journal / Posted 22 days ago
co-edited Journalism Ethics: Why Change? He is at work on another novel in which, as in Poodie James, music is incidental. Bill Evans, Another Time, Resonance For years, it was thought that drummer Jack DeJohnette’s only recorded appearance with... Read more
23d
Variety
John Mayer Says Give Justin Bieber a Break: ‘The Road Is Horrible’this year. The only way to get through it is to travel with your blanket and ca
Variety / Posted 23 days ago
this year. The only way to get through it is to travel with your blanket and candles, and you get back to your room, put on Bill Evans, and you power down. I bought pajamas! If you want to know one thing about how a man changed his ways, I bought... Read more
23d
Boston Globe
Boston police recover 4 illegal gunsunlawfully carrying a loaded firearm, and unlawful possession of a large capaci
Boston Globe / Posted 23 days ago
unlawfully carrying a loaded firearm, and unlawful possession of a large capacity firearm. Boston Police Commissioner Bill Evans says getting guns off the street is one of his top priorities. “Every gun that my officers recover is one less... Read more
23d
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Will the strength of the Aussie dollar weaken the economy?though the move in the Australian dollar is associated with higher commodity pr
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 23 days ago
though the move in the Australian dollar is associated with higher commodity prices, the RBA is uncomfortable," Westpac's Bill Evans said. "The clear offset to services; manufacturing; and agricultural exports that we might expect from higher... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
Economists warn it won't take many rate hikes from the RBA to do serious damage to the Australian economyhe alone in suggesting that the neutral level for the cash rate is significantl
Business Insider Australia / Posted 25 days ago
he alone in suggesting that the neutral level for the cash rate is significantly lower than what the RBA current suggests. Bill Evans, looking at the last RBA tightening cycle of 2009 to 2011, also concurs that the neutral level for interest rates... Read more

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