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Dundas Star News
Canada condemns attack at Istanbul airportFor the name brand cosmetics you know, at prices that you'll love, turn to Ston
Canada condemns attack at Istanbul airport
Dundas Star News / Posted a minute ago
For the name brand cosmetics you know, at prices that you'll love, turn to Stoney Creek's Paramount... While there’s no Triple Crown to be won this year, on Saturday, June 11, the third of the... By David Grossman For many, it’s like home away from... Read more
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The Age
In wake of Brexit, a RBA interest rate cut looks to be on the wayWe are now beginning stage two of the Brexit fallout: We have witnessed the imm
In wake of Brexit, a RBA interest rate cut looks to be on the way
The Age / Posted 3 minutes ago
We are now beginning stage two of the Brexit fallout: We have witnessed the immediate shock and the accompanying carnage on world stock markets. Now we will witness interest rates around the world start to fall as central banks attempt to cut off any... Read more
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The Star
SapuraKencana, OCK, UEM Edgenta, Subur Tiasa, JAKSKUALA LUMPUR: JF Apex Research expects SapuraKencana Petroleum, OCK, UEM Edgent
SapuraKencana, OCK, UEM Edgenta, Subur Tiasa, JAKS
The Star / Posted 4 minutes ago
KUALA LUMPUR: JF Apex Research expects SapuraKencana Petroleum, OCK, UEM Edgenta, Subur Tiasa and JAKS Resources to be among the stocks to watch on Wednesday. The research house said SapuraKencana’s 1QFY17 net profit fell 58% on-year to RM110.31mil... Read more
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The Star
Malaysian palm oil/Vegoils: Market factors to watch Wednesday June 29Malaysian palm oil futures closed slightly lower on Tuesday evening on the back
Malaysian palm oil/Vegoils: Market factors to watch Wednesday June 29
The Star / Posted 4 minutes ago
Malaysian palm oil futures closed slightly lower on Tuesday evening on the back of slow export demand, erasing gains earlier in the day when prices were tracking stronger performing soy. KUALA LUMPUR: The following factors are likely to influence... Read more
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The Star
Wednesday, June 29MarketWrap: Wall Street bounced back on Tuesday, recouping some recent losses,
Wednesday, June 29
The Star / Posted 4 minutes ago
MarketWrap: Wall Street bounced back on Tuesday, recouping some recent losses, as investors sought cheap assets after a two-day equities rout sparked by Britain's decision to leave the European Union. - Reuters The DJIA rose 269.48 points, or 1.57%,... Read more
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The Star
HSS Engineers to raise RM31.9m from IPOKUALA LUMPUR: HSS Engineers Bhd, which is involved in engineering services for
HSS Engineers to raise RM31.9m from IPO
The Star / Posted 4 minutes ago
KUALA LUMPUR: HSS Engineers Bhd, which is involved in engineering services for infrastructure including the light rail transit (LRT), plans to raise up to RM31.90mil from its proposed listing on the Ace Market of Bursa Malaysia. According to its... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
In wake of Brexit, a RBA interest rate cut looks to be on the wayWe are now beginning stage two of the Brexit fallout: We have witnessed the imm
In wake of Brexit, a RBA interest rate cut looks to be on the way
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 5 minutes ago
We are now beginning stage two of the Brexit fallout: We have witnessed the immediate shock and the accompanying carnage on world stock markets. Now we will witness interest rates around the world start to fall as central banks attempt to cut off any... Read more
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The Financial Express
Tiger Global’s burning India ambition dims; here’s whyFaltering revenues, fickle customers and frothy balance sheets appear to have m
Tiger Global’s burning India ambition dims; here’s why
The Financial Express / Posted 6 minutes ago
Faltering revenues, fickle customers and frothy balance sheets appear to have made investors cautious about moving money into India’s e-commerce space. Tiger Global, which till last year was among the most active venture capital investors betting on... Read more
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The Financial Express
After Modi govt’s easier labour norms, textile exporters vow to add jobsLess than a week after the government announced radical changes to labour laws
After Modi govt’s easier labour norms, textile exporters vow to add jobs
The Financial Express / Posted 6 minutes ago
Less than a week after the government announced radical changes to labour laws and offered a Rs 6,000-crore package to the garments sector, exporters are pitching in to do their bit. Less than a week after the government announced radical changes to... Read more
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The Financial Express
New twist, house plan of Goa Kingfisher villa goes missing from two placesKingfisher Villa, owned by United Breweries Holdings, was mortgaged as collater
New twist, house plan of Goa Kingfisher villa goes missing from two places
The Financial Express / Posted 6 minutes ago
Kingfisher Villa, owned by United Breweries Holdings, was mortgaged as collateral for loans given to Kingfisher Airlines. (Reuters) It’s a new twist to the saga of Kingfisher Villa in Goa, which a consortium of lenders led by State Bank of India has... Read more
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The Financial Express
Great news! Laggard states like Bihar, MP pick up in GDP per capitaIndia’s overall per capita GDP grew 17.4% to an annual `1,05,815 in the three y
Great news! Laggard states like Bihar, MP pick up in GDP per capita
The Financial Express / Posted 6 minutes ago
India’s overall per capita GDP grew 17.4% to an annual `1,05,815 in the three years to 2015-16 while per capita net national income (GDP plus net receipts of salaries and wages from abroad minus depreciation of fixed capital assets) grew at the same... Read more
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Canberra Times
In Brazil, at least the coffee is improvingBrazil's economy is turning sour, but the coffee is sweeter. A drought across
In Brazil, at least the coffee is improving
Canberra Times / Posted 7 minutes ago
Brazil's economy is turning sour, but the coffee is sweeter. A drought across robusta plantations this year has raised prices for the bitter-tasting type of coffee that's usually the cheapest. In some cases, the beans are now more expensive than... Read more
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Canberra Times
In wake of Brexit, a RBA interest rate cut looks to be on the wayWe are now beginning stage two of the Brexit fallout: We have witnessed the imm
In wake of Brexit, a RBA interest rate cut looks to be on the way
Canberra Times / Posted 7 minutes ago
We are now beginning stage two of the Brexit fallout: We have witnessed the immediate shock and the accompanying carnage on world stock markets. Now we will witness interest rates around the world start to fall as central banks attempt to cut off any... Read more
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Dallas Morning News
Opposition to high-speed train between Dallas and Houston leans on grammar to prevent eminent domainIs the company planning to connect Dallas and Houston with high-speed trains re
Opposition to high-speed train between Dallas and Houston leans on grammar to prevent eminent domain
Dallas Morning News / Posted 7 minutes ago
Is the company planning to connect Dallas and Houston with high-speed trains really a railroad if it's not yet operating any rail lines? The answer to that question could determine whether Texas Central Railroad and Infrastructure, Inc. has the... Read more
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KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau
More adults should anchor their furniture, expert saysNixon vetoes Missouri tax break, litigation billsNixon vetoes Missouri tax brea
More adults should anchor their furniture, expert says
KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau / Posted 10 minutes ago
Nixon vetoes Missouri tax break, litigation billsNixon vetoes Missouri tax break, litigation bills Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon has vetoed several tax breaks and proposed changes to state litigation policies. Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon has vetoed several... Read more
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Island Packet
Facebook CEO's Kauai neighbors grumble about new wallSome of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's neighbors are grumbling about a rock wal
Facebook CEO's Kauai neighbors grumble about new wall
Island Packet / Posted 10 minutes ago
Some of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's neighbors are grumbling about a rock wall he's having built on his property on Kauai's north shore. They say the billionaire tech executive began installing the wall about four to six weeks ago. Retiree Moku... Read more
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The Seattle Times
A single senator stymies Export-Import Bank, vexing Boeing, GEThursday is an ignominious anniversary for the government agency that helps fin
A single senator stymies Export-Import Bank, vexing Boeing, GE
The Seattle Times / Posted 12 minutes ago
Thursday is an ignominious anniversary for the government agency that helps finance foreigners’ purchases of U.S. exports. Thanks to a single senator, it has been a full year since the 82-year-old Export-Import Bank could approve deals exceeding $10... Read more
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Daily Herald
Facebook CEO's Kauai neighbors grumble about new wallHONOLULU -- Some of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's neighbors are grumbling abou
Facebook CEO's Kauai neighbors grumble about new wall
Daily Herald / Posted 13 minutes ago
HONOLULU -- Some of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's neighbors are grumbling about a rock wall he's having built on his property on Kauai's north shore. They say the billionaire tech executive began installing the wall about four to six weeks... Read more
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ABC News
Facebook CEO's Kauai Neighbors Grumble About New WallThey say the billionaire tech executive began installing the wall about four to
Facebook CEO's Kauai Neighbors Grumble About New Wall
ABC News / Posted 15 minutes ago
They say the billionaire tech executive began installing the wall about four to six weeks ago. Retiree Moku Crain said Tuesday the wall looks daunting and forbidding. Crain hopes and expects Zuckerberg will soften the wall's look by planting foliage... Read more
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Boston Globe
Takata Chief Executive to Resign as Financial Pressure MountsTOKYO — The chief executive of Takata said Tuesday that he would step down, as
Takata Chief Executive to Resign as Financial Pressure Mounts
Boston Globe / Posted 16 minutes ago
TOKYO — The chief executive of Takata said Tuesday that he would step down, as the embattled car parts supplier looks to attract much-needed financial support to deal with the fallout from the largest automotive safety recall in history. The... Read more
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Boston Globe
Ikea recalls 29 million chests and dressers after 6 children dieNEW YORK — In a deal with federal regulators, Ikea announced Tuesday that it wo
Ikea recalls 29 million chests and dressers after 6 children die
Boston Globe / Posted 16 minutes ago
NEW YORK — In a deal with federal regulators, Ikea announced Tuesday that it would recall 29 million chests and dressers after at least six toddlers were crushed to death in tip-over accidents. The move by the Swedish company, the world’s largest... Read more
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Adelaide Now
New home sales fall for second monthNew home sales have fallen for a second straight month, but it should be just a
New home sales fall for second month
Adelaide Now / Posted 19 minutes ago
New home sales have fallen for a second straight month, but it should be just a cyclical downturn with signs of a possible rebound when the home-building boom ebbs. New homes sales fell 4.4 per cent in May, following a drop of 4.7 per cent in April,... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Low-income residents say ‘no’ to National Fuel rate hikeNational Fuel Gas Co. is seeking its first rate increase since 2007, but some o
Low-income residents say ‘no’ to National Fuel rate hike
The Buffalo News / Posted 20 minutes ago
National Fuel Gas Co. is seeking its first rate increase since 2007, but some of the utility’s low-income customers say they can’t afford it. “We say no to a rate hike,” said Denise Barr, a resident of Buffalo’s Fruit Belt neighborhood, before a... Read more
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asianage
Tata sells Neotel stake for Rs 2,000 croreTata Communications is selling its majority stake in South African internet-ser
Tata sells Neotel stake for Rs 2,000 crore
asianage / Posted 23 minutes ago
Tata Communications is selling its majority stake in South African internet-service provider Neotel Pty to telecommunications firm Econet Wireless Global for $293 million (about Rs 1,992 crore). Liquid Telecom, majority owned by Econet Wireless... Read more
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asianage
Tata sells Neotel stake for Rs 2,000 crore Tata Communications is selling its majority stake in South African internet-s
Tata sells Neotel stake for Rs 2,000 crore
asianage / Posted 23 minutes ago
Tata Communications is selling its majority stake in South African internet-service provider Neotel Pty to telecommunications firm Econet Wireless Global for $293 million (about Rs 1,992 crore). Liquid... Read more
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Weekly Times
IKEA recall won’t extend to AustraliaIKEA recall won't extend to Australia IKEA Australia will not be recalling che
IKEA recall won’t extend to Australia
Weekly Times / Posted 23 minutes ago
IKEA recall won't extend to Australia IKEA Australia will not be recalling chest of drawers linked to the deaths of six children in the United States. The retail giant has recalled 29 million chests and dressers in the US, however IKEA Australia... Read more
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Weekly Times
New home sales fall for second monthNew home sales have fallen for a second straight month, but it should be just a
New home sales fall for second month
Weekly Times / Posted 23 minutes ago
New home sales have fallen for a second straight month, but it should be just a cyclical downturn with signs of a possible rebound when the home-building boom ebbs. New homes sales fell 4.4 per cent in May, following a drop of 4.7 per cent in April,... Read more
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Herald Sun
New home sales fall for second monthNew home sales have fallen for a second straight month, but it should be just a
New home sales fall for second month
Herald Sun / Posted 23 minutes ago
New home sales have fallen for a second straight month, but it should be just a cyclical downturn with signs of a possible rebound when the home-building boom ebbs. New homes sales fell 4.4 per cent in May, following a drop of 4.7 per cent in April,... Read more
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Weekly Times
PM vows to hold talks with milk giantMALCOLM Turnbull has vowed to hold talks with Murray Goulburn after dairy farme
PM vows to hold talks with milk giant
Weekly Times / Posted 24 minutes ago
MALCOLM Turnbull has vowed to hold talks with Murray Goulburn after dairy farmers were dealt another price-cut blow by the processor. The Prime Minister says the treatment of farmers is troubling and the price saga was a matter of great concern to... Read more
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Herald Sun
Average home sale profits $240KMost people who sold their home in the first quarter of 2016 made a profit, wit
Average home sale profits $240K
Herald Sun / Posted 24 minutes ago
Most people who sold their home in the first quarter of 2016 made a profit, with the average gain around $240,000 a new report shows. Of the homes sold in the first quarter, nearly 91 per cent were sold at a profit, according to the "Pain and Gain"... Read more
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