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4029TV KHBS - KHOG Fort Smith - Fayetteville
China stocks plunge yet againChina stocks opened sharply lower on Wednesday, extending a selloff that has un
China stocks plunge yet again
4029TV KHBS - KHOG Fort Smith - Fayetteville / Posted 3 minutes ago
China stocks opened sharply lower on Wednesday, extending a selloff that has unnerved investors around the globe. The benchmark Shanghai Composite shed 4.2% at the opening bell, while the smaller Shenzhen Composite declined by nearly 5%. The... Read more
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KWGN Denver
Dow falls 470 points, uncertainty about China's economy blamedNEW YORK — Here we go again. Stocks took another nosedive Tuesday following mor
Dow falls 470 points, uncertainty about China's economy blamed
KWGN Denver / Posted 5 minutes ago
NEW YORK — Here we go again. Stocks took another nosedive Tuesday following more fears about a slowdown in China’s economy. The Dow Jones Industrial Average plunged 470 points, or 2.8%, and is 12% below the all-time high it set in May. The S&P 500... Read more
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Rocky Mount Telegram
The Rocky Mount TelegramDETROIT — As China’s auto market recoils, the U.S. remains a bright spot as it
The Rocky Mount Telegram
Rocky Mount Telegram / Posted 6 minutes ago
DETROIT — As China’s auto market recoils, the U.S. remains a bright spot as it rolls on toward its best performance in more than a decade. China is still the No. 1 market, but sales there are slowing as the economy cools and cities impose car... Read more
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New Zealand's National Business Review
Commodity prices fall for fifth monthNew Zealand commodity prices fell for a fifth straight month in August to their
Commodity prices fall for fifth month
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 6 minutes ago
New Zealand commodity prices fell for a fifth straight month in August to their lowest level in 11 years. The fall was led by a decline in dairy prices The ANZ Commodity Price Index slid 5.2% in August, following a 5.5% decline in July. The index... Read more
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Australian Policy Online
Economic benefit of the National Broadband NetworkThis paper argues that all regions benefit from the NBN but the economic effect
Economic benefit of the National Broadband Network
Australian Policy Online / Posted 6 minutes ago
This paper argues that all regions benefit from the NBN but the economic effects are greater in the major cities because of their larger economic activity. Executive summary This paper is a partial summary of a study undertaken in the Centre for... Read more
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Australian Policy Online
The value of Indigenous sightThis report shows that current eye care services and programs are not effective
The value of Indigenous sight
Australian Policy Online / Posted 6 minutes ago
This report shows that current eye care services and programs are not effectively addressing a number of eye problems for Indigenous Australians - all of which are treatable or preventable with the right care. In 2012 the University of Melbourne's... Read more
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Yahoo News
China stock probes send shivers through investment communityBy Pete Sweeney and Engen Tham SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Investigations by Chinese
China stock probes send shivers through investment community
Yahoo News / Posted 6 minutes ago
By Pete Sweeney and Engen Tham SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Investigations by Chinese authorities into wild stock market swings are spreading fear among China-based investors, with some unsure if they are simply helping with inquiries or actually under... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
DWN appoints a new trusteeWednesday, 2 September 2015, 2:05 pmPress Release: Dairy Womens NetworkDairy Wo
DWN appoints a new trustee
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 7 minutes ago
Wednesday, 2 September 2015, 2:05 pmPress Release: Dairy Womens NetworkDairy Women’s Network has appointed a seventh trustee - Pamela Storey, a North Waikato dairy farmer, executive, director and... Read more
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CNBC
Stocks close nearly 3% lower: CNBC Special at 7pm ET"I think that is clearly the center of the weakness but I don't know why people
Stocks close nearly 3% lower: CNBC Special at 7pm ET
CNBC / Posted 8 minutes ago
"I think that is clearly the center of the weakness but I don't know why people expect China to get any better," said David Kelly, chief global strategist at J.P. Morgan Funds. "China has its problems but it's not a big driver for the U.S. or... Read more
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Reuters
China stocks fall at market open despite brokerage supportAn investor looks at electronic boards showing stock information at a brokerage
China stocks fall at market open despite brokerage support
Reuters / Posted 8 minutes ago
An investor looks at electronic boards showing stock information at a brokerage house in Shanghai, China, September 1, 2015. SHANGHAI China's major stock indexes opened down on Wednesday, despite pledges by a number of brokerages to increase their... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Developers to cover cost of new building defects in NSW The New South Wales Government is set to impose a 2 per cent bond on develope
Developers to cover cost of new building defects in NSW
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 9 minutes ago
The New South Wales Government is set to impose a 2 per cent bond on developers to cover the cost of building defects in new unit blocks. A report by the University of New South Wales has... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Economy grows by disappointing 0.2 per cent in three months to June Australia's economic growth has come in at a disappoi
Economy grows by disappointing 0.2 per cent
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 9 minutes ago
in three months to June Australia's economic growth has come in at a disappointing 2 per cent, dragged down by crumbling trade figures, falling terms of trade and weak business investment. Gross Domestic... Read more
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Brisbane Times
GDP: growth slows to 0.2 per cent in June quarter, slowest rate in four yearsSlow business investment and sluggish consumer spending helped put the brakes o
GDP: growth slows to 0.2 per cent in June quarter, slowest rate in four years
Brisbane Times / Posted 11 minutes ago
Slow business investment and sluggish consumer spending helped put the brakes on growth in the June quarter. Photo: Tamara Voninski The Australian economy expanded at its slowest rate in more than four years in the second quarter, as sinking... Read more
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herald ie/
Clerys' concession-holders to get a third of what is due Font Size Former concession-holders at the closed-down Clerys department stor
Clerys' concession-holders to get a third of what is due
herald ie/ / Posted 12 minutes ago
Font Size Former concession-holders at the closed-down Clerys department store are to receive about a third of what they are due since the store went bust. Peter Flanagan – 02 September 2015... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
NZ stocks take pummellingNew Zealand stocks are taking another pummelling today on the back of renewed c
NZ stocks take pummelling
Otago Daily Times / Posted 12 minutes ago
New Zealand stocks are taking another pummelling today on the back of renewed concerns about the state of the Chinese economy. The S&P/NZX 50 was down 1.38% just after 11am. Major stocks taking big hits include Air New Zealand, down 2.2%, and... Read more
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The Signal
Affordability Keeps Owners from SellingSome homeowners who have considered selling are deciding not to because, even t
Affordability Keeps Owners from Selling
The Signal / Posted 15 minutes ago
Some homeowners who have considered selling are deciding not to because, even though the resale price of their home has increased over the last several years, they are caught in an affordability squeeze that is compounded by a lack of inventory, a... Read more
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The Signal
Haggen files $1 billion suit against AlbertsonsAfter months of silence or short prepared statements, Haggen filed its first co
Haggen files $1 billion suit against Albertsons
The Signal / Posted 15 minutes ago
After months of silence or short prepared statements, Haggen filed its first counter-shot on Tuesday since it acquired dozens of stores – as ordered by the Federal Trade Commission – from Albertsons, which included two Santa Clarita grocery... Read more
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The Age
Rupert Murdoch takes 40 per cent pay cut to $US5.1 million at News CorpNews Corporation executive chairman Rupert Murdoch. Photo: Christopher Pearce
Rupert Murdoch takes 40 per cent pay cut to $US5.1 million at News Corp
The Age / Posted 15 minutes ago
News Corporation executive chairman Rupert Murdoch. Photo: Christopher Pearce Rupert Murdoch has taken a more than 40 per cent pay cut in his role as executive chairman of News Corporation. In fiscal 2015, Mr Murdoch took home a total package worth... Read more
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TribLIVE
Don’t blame the unionAbout a year or so ago, I bought ATI stock in the $70 range, against the advice
Don’t blame the union
TribLIVE / Posted 15 minutes ago
About a year or so ago, I bought ATI stock in the $70 range, against the advice of my broker. He viewed it as extremely overpriced. I watched it plummet to the low $30s due to the inept management of CEO Richard Harshman and company. He was paid a... Read more
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Washington Post
Metro files 2014 audit, says it’s closer to getting its finances in orderMetro’s Archives-Navy Memorial-Penn Quarter Metro station is seen in this file
Metro files 2014 audit, says it’s closer to getting its finances in order
Washington Post / Posted 16 minutes ago
Metro’s Archives-Navy Memorial-Penn Quarter Metro station is seen in this file photo. (Nikki Kahn/The Washington Post) Metro submitted the long-overdue audit of its fiscal 2014 finances to federal officials Tuesday, another in a series of steps... Read more
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citybizlist Dallas
Tech Air Acquires Gas & Alloy Supply Co.Tech Air, a Connecticut-based distributor of industrial, medical, and specialty
Tech Air Acquires Gas & Alloy Supply Co.
citybizlist Dallas / Posted 18 minutes ago
Tech Air, a Connecticut-based distributor of industrial, medical, and specialty gases and related welding supplies, announced today that it has completed the acquisition of Dallas, Texas-based Gas & Alloy Supply Co.. Tech Air is owned by CI Capital... Read more
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Business Wire
Goldberg Law PC Announces an Investigation of Claims Against CNOVA N.V. on Behalf of InvestorsThe investigation concerns whether the Company violated Sections 10(b) and 20(a
Goldberg Law PC Announces an Investigation of Claims Against CNOVA N.V. on Behalf of Investors
Business Wire / Posted 18 minutes ago
The investigation concerns whether the Company violated Sections 10(b) and 20(a) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. On January 28, 2015, the Company reported that its financial results for the fourth quarter and fiscal year fell below market... Read more
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Business Wire
Eric Soyer wird CFO und COO von ERYTECHLYON, Frankreich--(BUSINESS WIRE)--ERYTECH Pharma (Paris:ERYP) (ADR:EYRYY) (Eur
Eric Soyer wird CFO und COO von ERYTECH
Business Wire / Posted 18 minutes ago
LYON, Frankreich--(BUSINESS WIRE)--ERYTECH Pharma (Paris:ERYP) (ADR:EYRYY) (Euronext Paris: ERYP),das französische Biopharma-Unternehmen, das innovative Behandlungen zur „Tumor-Aushungerung” bei akuter Leukämie und anderen onkologischen Indikationen... Read more
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Business Wire
Mitsubishi Electric to Supply Terminal Doppler Lidars in Hong KongTOKYO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Mitsubishi Electric Corporation (TOKYO:6503) announced
Mitsubishi Electric to Supply Terminal Doppler Lidars in Hong Kong
Business Wire / Posted 18 minutes ago
TOKYO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Mitsubishi Electric Corporation (TOKYO:6503) announced today that it has been awarded a contract by Hong Kong Observatory (HKO), a department of the Hong Kong Government, to supply Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) with... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Compact abandons planned Dawei plantVehicle-brake maker Compact International (1994) has scrapped plans for a facto
Compact abandons planned Dawei plant
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 19 minutes ago
Vehicle-brake maker Compact International (1994) has scrapped plans for a factory in Dawei, Myanmar and shifted focus to its domestic operation. Managing director Kasem Issaraphithakkul said the company saw it was not worth investing in Dawei since... Read more
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TheBull
Weak growth sends $A below 70 US centsThe Australian dollar has hit a new six year low below 70 US cents due to weake
Weak growth sends $A below 70 US cents
TheBull / Posted 25 minutes ago
The Australian dollar has hit a new six year low below 70 US cents due to weaker than expected economic growth. The local currency dropped to 69.89 US cents at 1130 AEST as official data showed economic growth of 0.2 per cent in the June quarter and... Read more
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TheBull
GDP rose 0.2% in June qtrAustralia's economy grew by a weaker-than-expected 0.2 per cent in the June qua
GDP rose 0.2% in June qtr
TheBull / Posted 25 minutes ago
Australia's economy grew by a weaker-than-expected 0.2 per cent in the June quarter. In the 12 months to June, economic growth was 2.0 per cent, official figures show. Economic growth was forecast to have slowed to 0.5 per cent in the June quarter,... Read more
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SKY News Business RSS
ConocoPhillips to cut 10% of workforceEnergy company ConocoPhillips, which has already cut 1000 jobs this year, says
ConocoPhillips to cut 10% of workforce
SKY News Business RSS / Posted 30 minutes ago
Energy company ConocoPhillips, which has already cut 1000 jobs this year, says it will eliminate around 1810 more positions following a plunge that took oil prices to their lowest levels in years. The company said Tuesday it is eliminating 10 per... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Australian economic growth softens to 0.2%Australia's economy grew by a weaker-than-expected 0.2 per cent in the June qua
Australian economic growth softens to 0.2%
Sky News Australia / Posted 30 minutes ago
Australia's economy grew by a weaker-than-expected 0.2 per cent in the June quarter. In the 12 months to June economic growth was 2.0 per cent, official figures show. Economists had expected growth to have slowed to 0.5 per cent in the quarter,... Read more
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WA Today
GDP: growth slows to 0.2 per cent in June quarter, slowest rate in four yearsSlow business investment and sluggish consumer spending helped put the brakes o
GDP: growth slows to 0.2 per cent in June quarter, slowest rate in four years
WA Today / Posted 30 minutes ago
Slow business investment and sluggish consumer spending helped put the brakes on growth in the June quarter. Photo: Tamara Voninski The Australian economy expanded at its slowest rate in more than four years in the second quarter, as sinking... Read more
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