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The New Zealand Herald
Main Street holds up as Wall Street struggles, for a changeNEW YORK (AP) " Wall Street is hurting, and Main Street doesn't care. It's got
Main Street holds up as Wall Street struggles, for a change
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 3 minutes ago
NEW YORK (AP) " Wall Street is hurting, and Main Street doesn't care. It's got burgers and cars to buy. Big losses in stock markets around the world this year have the wingtip-set fretting, but regular consumers across the United States are... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Bernard Hickey: How to thrash a dead horseReserve Bank Governor Graeme Wheeler is holding firm on interest rates. Photo /
Bernard Hickey: How to thrash a dead horse
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 3 minutes ago
Reserve Bank Governor Graeme Wheeler is holding firm on interest rates. Photo / Mark Mitchell Performance reviews are never fun and they're often more complicated than they should be. Right now our pioneering Reserve Bank is having an awkward time... Read more
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The Auto Channel
2016 Canadian Automotive Residual Value AwardsSubaru, Land Rover earn top overall brand honours in ALG’s 8th annual Canadian
2016 Canadian Automotive Residual Value Awards
The Auto Channel / Posted 7 minutes ago
Subaru, Land Rover earn top overall brand honours in ALG’s 8th annual Canadian Residual Value Awards Honda and Toyota battle for the most Mainstream Segment awards TORONTO, Ontario� (February 10,... Read more
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Times of Malta
Government lauds healthy manufacturing sectorStatistics released by Eurostat shows that manufacturing in Malta was healthy,
Government lauds healthy manufacturing sector
Times of Malta / Posted 11 minutes ago
Statistics released by Eurostat shows that manufacturing in Malta was healthy, the government said this evening. While industrial production in the EU and in the eurozone went down by 0.8 per cent and 1.3 per cent respectively, Malta registered an... Read more
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The Economic Times
Raghuram Rajan says will not let system fail, but clean-up must continueKOCHI: Amid mounting bad loan worries at public sector lenders, RBI Governor Ra
Raghuram Rajan says will not let system fail, but clean-up must continue
The Economic Times / Posted 11 minutes ago
KOCHI: Amid mounting bad loan worries at public sector lenders, RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan today said there is no question of going back on the clean-up drive even as he assured full support to all banks including those with problems on their... Read more
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Mashable
Now you can paint your 'Klaws' like Kylie JennerKylie Jenner is on a one-way track in dominating to beauty industry. First came
Now you can paint your 'Klaws' like Kylie Jenner
Mashable / Posted 11 minutes ago
Kylie Jenner is on a one-way track in dominating to beauty industry. First came lips, and now it's nail polish. After conquering the lipstick world with sold out lip kits, the makeup maven decided to move on and collaborate with nail brand... Read more
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The Economic Times
Rasna chairman Piruz Khambatta named ambassador for Make in IndiaNEW DELHI: Rasna chairman Piruz Khambatta has been named ambassador of the gove
Rasna chairman Piruz Khambatta named ambassador for Make in India
The Economic Times / Posted 11 minutes ago
NEW DELHI: Rasna chairman Piruz Khambatta has been named ambassador of the government's 'Make in India' initiative by the Government of India, a statement issued by Rasna said. "We will ensure complete indigenous purchase and utilization of raw and... Read more
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Your Hometown Lima Stations
Main Street holds up as Wall Street struggles, for a changeNEW YORK (AP) - Wall Street is hurting, and Main Street doesn't care. It's got
Main Street holds up as Wall Street struggles, for a change
Your Hometown Lima Stations / Posted 15 minutes ago
NEW YORK (AP) - Wall Street is hurting, and Main Street doesn't care. It's got burgers and cars to buy. Big losses in stock markets around the world this year have the wingtip-set fretting, but regular consumers across the United States are... Read more
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Pilipino Star
Remittance slowdown no cause for alarm, says think tankMANILA, Philippines – London-based Capital Economics Ltd. believes the country’
Remittance slowdown no cause for alarm, says think tank
Pilipino Star / Posted 17 minutes ago
MANILA, Philippines – London-based Capital Economics Ltd. believes the country’s strong manufacturing and business process outsourcing (BPO) sectors will more than make up for the slackening growth in remittances from overseas Filipinos. Gareth... Read more
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Pilipino Star
Obama to push trade agenda at summit with Southeast AsiaMANILA, Philippines – A summit this week between Southeast Asian leaders and US
Obama to push trade agenda at summit with Southeast Asia
Pilipino Star / Posted 17 minutes ago
MANILA, Philippines – A summit this week between Southeast Asian leaders and US President Barack Obama is unlikely to deliver any big economic prizes, but will allow the American side to press the advantages of joining a Pacific trade pact that... Read more
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Pilipino Star
Well deservedAccording to business news, the local bourse rallied last week, with the Philip
Well deserved
Pilipino Star / Posted 17 minutes ago
According to business news, the local bourse rallied last week, with the Philippine Stock Exchange index (PSEi) gaining 25.95 points or 0.39 percent last Thursday with value turnover amounting to P4.83 billion. Among the gainers was Philex Mining,... Read more
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Pilipino Star
To facilitate infra financing, microfinance lending bsp further eases Forex rulesMANILA, Philippines – The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) has further relaxed
To facilitate infra financing, microfinance lending bsp further eases Forex rules
Pilipino Star / Posted 17 minutes ago
MANILA, Philippines – The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) has further relaxed its rules governing foreign exchange transactions in the country to help finance much needed infrastructure projects and boost its financial inclusion program. BSP... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Independent editor: Many of our journalists will continue writing for websiteThe editor of The Independent has told readers many of the newspaper's journali
Independent editor: Many of our journalists will continue writing for website
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 18 minutes ago
The editor of The Independent has told readers many of the newspaper's journalists will continue working on the website - but said he could not mention names because they are "in negotiation". A source close to the business said about 75 jobs are at... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Independent editor: Many of our journalists will continue writing for websiteThe editor of The Independent has told readers many of the newspaper's journali
Independent editor: Many of our journalists will continue writing for website
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 21 minutes ago
The editor of The Independent has told readers many of the newspaper's journalists will continue working on the website - but said he could not mention names because they are "in negotiation". A source close to the business said about 75 jobs are at... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
India's Modi renews plea for manufacturing investmentMUMBAI: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi renewed his call on Saturday (Feb 1
India's Modi renews plea for manufacturing investment
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 23 minutes ago
MUMBAI: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi renewed his call on Saturday (Feb 13) for firms to invest in India and turn it into a global manufacturing hub, painting the country as a bright spot for investment in an uncertain world economy. The... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Sydney home drug deliveries: Crime gangs rake in $150,000 a fortnightOrganised crime gangs are making upwards of $150,000 a fortnight from suburban
Sydney home drug deliveries: Crime gangs rake in $150,000 a fortnight
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 24 minutes ago
Organised crime gangs are making upwards of $150,000 a fortnight from suburban drug runs that deliver cocaine, cannabis and ice to hundreds of customers' doors across Sydney. Organised crime gangs are making upwards of $150,000 a fortnight from... Read more
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Fortune
The One Thing More Important Than Work ExperienceThe Leadership Insider network is an online community where the most thoughtful
The One Thing More Important Than Work Experience
Fortune / Posted 25 minutes ago
The Leadership Insider network is an online community where the most thoughtful and influential people in business contribute answers to timely questions about careers and leadership. Today’s answer to the question “What’s the most important lesson... Read more
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USA Today
Your 6-step, 30-minute annual portfolio check-upYou know that face pets and small children make when they taste something yucky
Your 6-step, 30-minute annual portfolio check-up
USA Today / Posted 25 minutes ago
You know that face pets and small children make when they taste something yucky? That’s the same face investors have been making since early January, when the stock market started to go sour. Don’t let that bitter taste spoil the rest of your year —... Read more
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The Young Witness
Sydney home drug deliveries: Crime gangs rake in $150,000 a fortnightOrganised crime gangs are making upwards of $150,000 a fortnight from suburban
Sydney home drug deliveries: Crime gangs rake in $150,000 a fortnight
The Young Witness / Posted 26 minutes ago
Organised crime gangs are making upwards of $150,000 a fortnight from suburban drug runs that deliver cocaine, cannabis and ice to hundreds of customers' doors across Sydney. Organised crime gangs are making upwards of $150,000 a fortnight from... Read more
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Northern Echo
Independent editor: Many of our journalists will continue writing for websiteIn a letter to The Independent's "treasured" print readers, editor Amol Rajan s
Independent editor: Many of our journalists will continue writing for website
Northern Echo / Posted 26 minutes ago
In a letter to The Independent's "treasured" print readers, editor Amol Rajan said he realises news that the newspaper is to cease its print edition will have come as "a shock". He wrote: "The simple fact is, there just aren't enough people who are... Read more
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Shropshire Star
Independent editor: Many of our journalists will continue writing for website « Shropshire StarA source close to the business said about 75 jobs are at risk in the wake of th
Independent editor: Many of our journalists will continue writing for website « Shropshire Star
Shropshire Star / Posted 28 minutes ago
A source close to the business said about 75 jobs are at risk in the wake of the decision to close the print editions of The Independent and The Independent on Sunday. The owners of the newspapers confirmed on Friday that the print version of the... Read more
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KOB 4 Albuquerque
Main Street holds up as Wall Street struggles, for a changeNEW YORK (AP) — Wall Street is hurting, and Main Street doesn't care. It's got
Main Street holds up as Wall Street struggles, for a change
KOB 4 Albuquerque / Posted 28 minutes ago
NEW YORK (AP) — Wall Street is hurting, and Main Street doesn't care. It's got burgers and cars to buy. Big losses in stock markets around the world this year have the wingtip-set fretting, but regular consumers across the United States are... Read more
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Inquirier.net
Probers see link between pols, syndicate behind fake dollarsCAGAYAN DE ORO CITY—The counterfeit US dollars, with a total face value of P20
Probers see link between pols, syndicate behind fake dollars
Inquirier.net / Posted 28 minutes ago
CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY—The counterfeit US dollars, with a total face value of P20 million, that had been seized from a suspected member of a crime syndicate here might be for the campaign of some candidates, according to a ranking official of the... Read more
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Salon.com
Main Street holds up as Wall Street struggles, for a changeNEW YORK (AP) — Wall Street is hurting, and Main Street doesn’t care. It’s got
Main Street holds up as Wall Street struggles, for a change
Salon.com / Posted 30 minutes ago
NEW YORK (AP) — Wall Street is hurting, and Main Street doesn’t care. It’s got burgers and cars to buy. Big losses in stock markets around the world this year have the wingtip-set fretting, but regular consumers across the United States are... Read more
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Market Watch
Tesla ‘cash is king’ strategy met with skepticismInvestors shrugged off a surprise quarterly loss and revenue miss for Tesla Mot
Tesla ‘cash is king’ strategy met with skepticism
Market Watch / Posted 30 minutes ago
Investors shrugged off a surprise quarterly loss and revenue miss for Tesla Motors Inc. to focus on promises of profit and abundant cash later on, but Wall Street didn’t seem as ready to extend the electric-car maker the same pass. Shares of Tesla... Read more
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The Financial Express
India’s GDP nos dependable; rigging not possible: Kaushik BasuIndia’s GDP numbers are very dependable and there is no “rigging” taking place
India’s GDP nos dependable; rigging not possible: Kaushik Basu
The Financial Express / Posted 32 minutes ago
India’s GDP numbers are very dependable and there is no “rigging” taking place with regards to data, World Bank’s Chief Economist Kaushik Basu said today. Basu, former Chief Economic Advisor, also said a small slippage in the government’s fiscal... Read more
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Western Advocate
Sydney home drug deliveries: Crime gangs rake in $150,000 a fortnightOrganised crime gangs are making upwards of $150,000 a fortnight from suburban
Sydney home drug deliveries: Crime gangs rake in $150,000 a fortnight
Western Advocate / Posted 35 minutes ago
Organised crime gangs are making upwards of $150,000 a fortnight from suburban drug runs that deliver cocaine, cannabis and ice to hundreds of customers' doors across Sydney. Organised crime gangs are making upwards of $150,000 a fortnight from... Read more
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Business Standard India
Oil industry gets together, agrees things may never get betterAnnual International Petroleum Week finds a world awash in crude and hardly a l
Oil industry gets together, agrees things may never get better
Business Standard India / Posted 36 minutes ago
Annual International Petroleum Week finds a world awash in crude and hardly a life jacket in sightAnnual International Petroleum Week finds a world awash in crude and hardly a life jacket... Read more
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Business Standard India
Oil prices could reach $50 a barrel by mid-2017: Kuwait"The global oil market is going through a correction and we have reached the bo
Oil prices could reach $50 a barrel by mid-2017: Kuwait
Business Standard India / Posted 36 minutes ago
"The global oil market is going through a correction and we have reached the bottom," he was quoted as saying by the official Kuwait news agency, who added that Rashidi had made his comments at a company event in London. Rashidi attributed the drop... Read more
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Business Standard India
Point-of-sale persons may lower insurers' costThe insurance regulator has allowed matriculates to market simple and pre-under
Point-of-sale persons may lower insurers' cost
Business Standard India / Posted 36 minutes ago
The insurance regulator has allowed matriculates to market simple and pre-underwritten policies for motor, personal accident, travel and home insurance. To facilitate the growth of insurance business in the country thereby increasing the insurance... Read more
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