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2014/09/21 01:05
2014/09/21 01:05
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DON’T even think about inviting Beatrix Reinhardt to join a club. The New York — based, East German — raised photographer doesn’t want to be a part of anything labelled “members only,” but it hasn’t...
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2014/09/19 20:54
2014/09/19 20:54
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A Green Bay-area woman has been sentenced to 30 years in prison for fatally shooting her boyfriend. Tricia Phillips of Howard was also sentenced to 15 years of extended supervision for second-degree...
2014/09/18 20:54
2014/09/18 20:54
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Brown County - A Howard woman gets 30 years in prison for shooting and killing her boyfriend last summer. A judge handed down that sentence on 44-year-old Tricia Phillips on Thursday and added 15...
2014/09/18 10:39
2014/09/18 10:39
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For all of those waiting for a correction in U.S. stocks, here’s the news: You may have already missed it. It is true that the broad S&P 500 has not gone through a by-the-book 10-per-cent decline...
2014/09/12 04:43
2014/09/12 04:43
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US stocks recovered from early losses on Thursday, with the S&P 500 managing a slight gain as energy prices and oil stocks turned higher and financials lent support. The S&P energy index rose 0.1%,...
2014/09/11 23:50
2014/09/11 23:50
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Volatile oil, rising jobless lead to mixed market Summary: The Dow fell for the third time this week hurt by energy shares and concern over rising jobless claims; Lululemon boosts outlook; Activision...
2014/09/11 23:15
2014/09/11 23:15
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NEW YORK: The U.S. stock market has entered into a corrective phase, but the underlying bull market remains in place, David Rosenberg, chief economist and strategist of Canadian asset manager Gluskin...
2014/09/11 21:28
2014/09/11 21:28
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Stocks on both sides of the Atlantic retreated amid more signs of positive US growth, which is encouraging investors to bet on a more hawkish stance on interest rates when the Federal Reserve meets...
2014/09/08 20:42
2014/09/08 20:42
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David Rosenberg, the widely-followed chief economist with Gluskin Sheff + Associates Inc., wants to clear the air: he’s no raging bull. It’s just that the alternatives to investing in the stock market...
2014/09/07 23:39
2014/09/07 23:39
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The need to invest outside of Canada is one of those permanent truths that goes permanently unheeded. Canadian investors remain overly disposed to Canadian investments, an imbalance likely made worse...
2014/09/07 16:49
2014/09/07 16:49
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Some of the same forces that are dragging the labor-force participation rate down — namely, the aging of the baby boomers into retirement — are impacting other parts of the economy. Guy LeBas, the...
2014/09/03 11:14
2014/09/03 11:14
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Fun fact: Personal navigators are still a thing. Garmin is rolling out a new series of 5-, 6-, and 7-inch GPS nüvi Advanced Series navigators and are attempting to keep the devices relevant with the...
2014/08/27 21:56
2014/08/27 21:56
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David Rosenberg, in one of his recent missives, wrote: "Historically, when we are within six months of a recession, the year-over-year trend in the LEI turns negative while the diffusion index falls...
2014/08/27 12:18
2014/08/27 12:18
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Talk about a flip in perspective. David Rosenberg, who had been bearish for years, has turned into one of the biggest bulls on Wall Street. The Gluskin Sheff analyst now says his recession forecasting...
2014/08/26 20:19
2014/08/26 20:19
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Tailings pond fallout fuels anti-mining sentiment More bands challenging expansion plans for B.C.’s top employer of aboriginal workers Even before the collapse of a tailings pond at the Mount Polley...
2014/08/23 11:39
2014/08/23 11:39
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Stocks are setting record highs, U.S. unemployment has retreated toward six-year lows and financial crises in North America, Europe and much of the developing world have faded. So why is everyone so...
2014/09/21 01:05
2014/09/21 01:05
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