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WPXI Pittsburgh
Sorry, parents, one of this year's hottest toys for Christmas is already selling outIt’s mid-October. Have you finished your Christmas shopping yet? The L.O.L. Su
WPXI Pittsburgh / Posted moments ago
It’s mid-October. Have you finished your Christmas shopping yet? The L.O.L. Surprise! Big Surprise, which is sold at major retailers such as Target, Walmart, Toys ‘R’ Us and Amazon.com and is the equivalent of last year’s Hatchimal, is already... Read more
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Crain's Chicago Business
Who are the Chicago-area's most innovative companies?Every business can be reinvented, whether it�s light bulbs, farm equipment, bab
Crain's Chicago Business / Posted a minute ago
Every business can be reinvented, whether it�s light bulbs, farm equipment, baby strollers, bicycles or hair coloring. You�ll find them all in Crain�s annual ranking of the Most Innovative Companies in the Chicago area. With the help of Ocean Tomo, a... Read more
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Motley Fool
IOOF Holdings Limited bets a $1 billion on the growth of financial advice Shareholders in IOOF Holdings Limited (ASX: IFL) will be asked to tip an addi
Motley Fool / Posted 2 minutes ago
Shareholders in IOOF Holdings Limited (ASX: IFL) will be asked to tip an additional $550 million into the wealth manger to fund the $975 million acquisition of Australia and... Read more
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Motley Fool
Why these 4 ASX shares are climbing higher todayThe benchmark S&P/ASX 200 (Index: ^AXJO) (ASX: XJO) has continued its strong ru
Motley Fool / Posted 2 minutes ago
The benchmark S&P/ASX 200 (Index: ^AXJO) (ASX: XJO) has continued its strong run and is up a further 0.8% to 5,892 points in early afternoon trade. Four shares which have made notably stronger gains today are listed below. Here?s why they have... Read more
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TheBull
Local share market up strongly at middayThe Australian share market has reached a five-month high with almost all secto
TheBull / Posted 3 minutes ago
The Australian share market has reached a five-month high with almost all sectors posting gains following a strong lead from Wall Street and strong commodity prices. The benchmark S&P/ASX200 index was up 44.1 points, or 0.75 per cent, at 5,890.9... Read more
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TheBull
'Sleepless nights' on Telstra dividend cutTelstra chairman John Mullen says the telco's board had "many sleepless nights"
TheBull / Posted 3 minutes ago
Telstra chairman John Mullen says the telco's board had "many sleepless nights" agonising over the decision to cut its historically high dividends but making no change would have put the company's balance sheet at risk. Mr Mullen told shareholders... Read more
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TheBull
CommSec Daily Report Tuesday Early trade on Tuesday has seen the ASX 200 build on Monday?s gains with the
TheBull / Posted 3 minutes ago
Early trade on Tuesday has seen the ASX 200 build on Monday?s gains with the index advancing from the start of trade with a gain of 47 points at the best levels of the morning. 17.10.2017 12:33 PM Early trade on... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
RBA reaffirms growth to 'increase gradually' backed by low ratesThe Reserve Bank of Australia says economic conditions at home and abroad "had
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 5 minutes ago
The Reserve Bank of Australia says economic conditions at home and abroad "had been more positive since 2016", according to minutes of this month's policy meeting where interest rates were left unchanged. Main takeaways National accounts indicated... Read more
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News.com.au
Oil prices firm as Iraq tensions escalateOil prices are holding firm after Iraqi forces seized the oil-rich city of Kirk
News.com.au / Posted 6 minutes ago
Oil prices are holding firm after Iraqi forces seized the oil-rich city of Kirkuk from largely autonomous Kurdish fighters while Asian shares look set to extend their bull run on optimism about upcoming earnings. Short-term US bond yields and... Read more
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News.com.au
Housing still too brisk for RBA rate hikeThe easing pace of price growth in Australia's housing market was not enough to
News.com.au / Posted 6 minutes ago
The easing pace of price growth in Australia's housing market was not enough to convince the Reserve Bank to lower the official cash rate, which it kept on hold at its record low for October. The central bank said while growth in housing prices had... Read more
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Perth Now
More iron ore being shipped by RioRIO Tinto lifted third quarter iron ore shipments from its Pilbara operations b
Perth Now / Posted 8 minutes ago
RIO Tinto lifted third quarter iron ore shipments from its Pilbara operations by slightly more than expected on the back of an improvement in rail capacity and performance. The world's second largest iron ore exporter shipped 85.8 million tonnes of... Read more
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Sky News Australia
NZ frozen beef hit by Japanese tariff hikeNew Zealand exports of frozen beef to Japan have plummeted since the country li
Sky News Australia / Posted 8 minutes ago
New Zealand exports of frozen beef to Japan have plummeted since the country lifted tariff rates, according to AgriHQ. From August 1, Japan increased its tariff on frozen beef to 50 per cent from 38.5 per cent under a World Trade Organisation... Read more
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Perth Now
Housing still too brisk for RBA rate hikeThe easing pace of price growth in Australia's housing market was not enough to
Perth Now / Posted 8 minutes ago
The easing pace of price growth in Australia's housing market was not enough to convince the Reserve Bank to lower the official cash rate, which it kept on hold at its record low for October. The central bank said while growth in housing prices had... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Australian consumers feel high debt strainConsumers are feeling less confident as households feel the strain of high debt
Sky News Australia / Posted 8 minutes ago
Consumers are feeling less confident as households feel the strain of high debt levels and slow wage growth. The latest ANZ-Roy Morgan Consumer Confidence Index dropped last week to below its long-term average, with consumers only feeling more... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
The key takeaways from today's RBA meeting minutesPhoto: Vince Caligiuri/ Getty Images. The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) rele
Business Insider Australia / Posted 8 minutes ago
Photo: Vince Caligiuri/ Getty Images. The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) released the minutes of its October meeting today, expanding upon the views it expressed in its post-meeting monetary policy statement. While largely reflecting the cautious... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
Chinese steel exports tumbled over the past yearMandatory Credit: Craig Prentis /Allsport Demand for Chinese steel is plummeti
Business Insider Australia / Posted 8 minutes ago
Mandatory Credit: Craig Prentis /Allsport Demand for Chinese steel is plummeting from abroad, as seen in the chart below. Source: Commonwealth Bank From the Commonwealth Bank, it shows Chinese net steel exports over the past six years, including... Read more
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The Age
RBA reaffirms growth to 'increase gradually' backed by low ratesThe Reserve Bank of Australia says economic conditions at home and abroad "had
The Age / Posted 8 minutes ago
The Reserve Bank of Australia says economic conditions at home and abroad "had been more positive since 2016", according to minutes of this month's policy meeting where interest rates were left unchanged. Main takeaways National accounts indicated... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Housing still too brisk for RBA rate hikeThe easing pace of price growth in Australia's housing market was not enough to
Adelaide Now / Posted 9 minutes ago
The easing pace of price growth in Australia's housing market was not enough to convince the Reserve Bank to lower the official cash rate, which it kept on hold at its record low for October. The central bank said while growth in housing prices had... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Oil prices firm as Iraq tensions escalateOil prices are holding firm after Iraqi forces seized the oil-rich city of Kirk
Adelaide Now / Posted 9 minutes ago
Oil prices are holding firm after Iraqi forces seized the oil-rich city of Kirkuk from largely autonomous Kurdish fighters while Asian shares look set to extend their bull run on optimism about upcoming earnings. Short-term US bond yields and... Read more
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Sun Star
DMCI Homes launches 3rd bldg of Verdon ParcDMCI Homes, the country's first Quadruple A developer, has started selling the
Sun Star / Posted 11 minutes ago
DMCI Homes, the country's first Quadruple A developer, has started selling the third building of its three-hectare Verdon Parc development in Davao City amidst the continuous sales success recorded by its first foray into the Mindanao property... Read more
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Sun Star
Santos Land to launch new project in 2018COMMITTED to provide quality houses to Dabawenyos, Santos Land Development Corp
Sun Star / Posted 11 minutes ago
COMMITTED to provide quality houses to Dabawenyos, Santos Land Development Corporation (SLDC) will launch next year Ilumina Estates II, a mid-cost to high end development that offers peaceful and luxurious subdivision living. The project will sprawl... Read more
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Sun Star
Housing fair slated on Oct. 18A TOTAL of 24 housing developers will gather for this year's Housing Fair slate
Sun Star / Posted 11 minutes ago
A TOTAL of 24 housing developers will gather for this year's Housing Fair slated on October 18 to 22, 2017 at Abreeza Ayala Mall, Davao City giving Dabawenyos housing opportunities and discuss various issues lurking the sector. Subdivision and... Read more
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Sun Star
Cidami to train 70 farmers on cacaoTHE Cacao Industry Development Association of Mindanao Inc. (Cidami) will be tr
Sun Star / Posted 11 minutes ago
THE Cacao Industry Development Association of Mindanao Inc. (Cidami) will be training 70 farmers in the city who have expressed their interest to shift to cacao farming at the start of next year. In an interview with Cidami President Val Turtur, he... Read more
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WSOC-TV Charlotte
Sorry, parents, one of this year's hottest toys for Christmas is already selling outIt’s mid-October. Have you finished your Christmas shopping yet? The L.O.L. Su
WSOC-TV Charlotte / Posted 12 minutes ago
It’s mid-October. Have you finished your Christmas shopping yet? The L.O.L. Surprise! Big Surprise, which is sold at major retailers such as Target, Walmart, Toys ‘R’ Us and Amazon.com and is the equivalent of last year’s Hatchimal, is already... Read more
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The Register Citizen
Bombardier Inc. to partner with Airbus on C Series programTORONTO (AP) — Canadian plane maker Bombardier announced Monday it has sold a m
The Register Citizen / Posted 14 minutes ago
TORONTO (AP) — Canadian plane maker Bombardier announced Monday it has sold a majority stake in its C Series passenger jet business to European aerospace giant Airbus for no cost. U.S. rival Boeing called it a questionable deal by two... Read more
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KTVN Reno
Tech Company 'Broker Genius' Opens Office in Reno'Broker Genius' is a New York-based tech company; but with a growing list of We
KTVN Reno / Posted 17 minutes ago
'Broker Genius' is a New York-based tech company; but with a growing list of West Coast clients, they chose Reno to house their business on this side of the country. Mike Kazmierski, President and CEO of EDAWN, says the influx of manufacturing and... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Airbus to take majority stake in Bombardier C-Series jet programMONTREAL/PARIS: Airbus SE agreed on Monday (Oct 16) to buy a majority stake in
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 17 minutes ago
MONTREAL/PARIS: Airbus SE agreed on Monday (Oct 16) to buy a majority stake in Bombardier Inc's C-Series jetliner program, grabbing control of a struggling competitor at the second attempt and giving the Canadian plane-and-train-maker an unexpected... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Are banks rediscovering the value of customer loyalty?ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA - DECEMBER 01: A general view of Commonwealth Bank on Decem
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 18 minutes ago
ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA - DECEMBER 01: A general view of Commonwealth Bank on December 1, 2016 in Adelaide, Australia. (Photo by James Elsby/Fairfax Media) Generic ATM, CBA, branch I want you to imagine, just for a second, the worst "service" business... Read more
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NZCity
Mondelez pulls pin on Cadbury productionMondelez International has given up on finding a local manufacturer for its New
NZCity / Posted 19 minutes ago
Mondelez International has given up on finding a local manufacturer for its New Zealand suite of candy and will ship production to Australia, having already decided to close the Dunedin Cadbury factory. The local arm of the multinational processed... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
State Treasurer John Chiang extends sanctions on Wells Fargo for another yearThe state of California will continue its financial sanctions against Wells Far
Los Angeles Times / Posted 20 minutes ago
The state of California will continue its financial sanctions against Wells Fargo for a second year following a string of new disclosures about bad practices at the bank since its sham accounts scandal unfolded. State Treasurer and gubernatorial... Read more
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