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Northern Echo
Labour warning that aid budget should not be used as 'slush fund'Ms Osamor's comments came after The Mail On Sunday reported that Ms Patel plann
Labour warning that aid budget should not be used as 'slush fund'
Northern Echo / Posted 3 minutes ago
Ms Osamor's comments came after The Mail On Sunday reported that Ms Patel planned to cut spending on traditional aid projects and instead focus the money on boosting national security. The newspaper said that Ms Patel was reluctant to abandon the... Read more
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Shropshire Star
Labour warning that aid budget should not be used as 'slush fund' « Shropshire StarShadow international development secretary Kate Osamor said aid money should no
Labour warning that aid budget should not be used as 'slush fund' « Shropshire Star
Shropshire Star / Posted 4 minutes ago
Shadow international development secretary Kate Osamor said aid money should not become a "slush fund" to bail out the cash-strapped defence budget. She claimed International Development Secretary Ms Patel had made it clear the Government now had no... Read more
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The Irish Times
US interest rate increase case compelling, says Fed figureOne of the United States Federal Reserve’s rate-setters has described the case
US interest rate increase case compelling, says Fed figure
The Irish Times / Posted 7 minutes ago
One of the United States Federal Reserve’s rate-setters has described the case for a further increase in short-term interest rates as “compelling”, arguing that the trends for employment and inflation are in the right direction. Loretta Mester,... Read more
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Business Standard India
Will UltraTech sustain its lead?This month’s approval by Competition Commission of India (CCI) to acquire the J
Will UltraTech sustain its lead?
Business Standard India / Posted 12 minutes ago
This month’s approval by Competition Commission of India (CCI) to acquire the Jaiprakash group’s 21.1 million tonnes (mt) of cement assets will catapult the Aditya Birla Group’s UltraTech way ahead of its close competitor, Switzerland-based... Read more
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Business Standard India
'Valuations not as cheap as they were in early 2016'For the rest of the year, the issue is largely going to be the balance between
'Valuations not as cheap as they were in early 2016'
Business Standard India / Posted 12 minutes ago
For the rest of the year, the issue is largely going to be the balance between growth rates and macro stability versus interest rates. If growth rates remain stable or improve without too much increase in bond yields, it is likely to keep equity... Read more
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Business Standard India
Small investors continue to catch falling knivesRetail holding at all-time high, but firms where holdings shrank gave better re
Small investors continue to catch falling knives
Business Standard India / Posted 12 minutes ago
Retail holding at all-time high, but firms where holdings shrank gave better returns The banking sector’s troubles don’t seem to have put off retail investors. Between June 30, 2015, and June 30, 2016,... Read more
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Business Standard India
Foreign flows surpass last year's tallyOverseas inflows into the Indian markets have surpassed last year’s tally, with
Foreign flows surpass last year's tally
Business Standard India / Posted 12 minutes ago
Overseas inflows into the Indian markets have surpassed last year’s tally, with foreign institutional investors (FIIs) pumping $5.8 billion into Indian stocks, compared to $4.5 billion invested in the same period last year, and $3.3 billion in the... Read more
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Business Standard India
Subtle growth in PC offers positive outlook to market in Q2 2016According to International Data Corporation (IDC), the overall personal compute
Subtle growth in PC offers positive outlook to market in Q2 2016
Business Standard India / Posted 13 minutes ago
According to International Data Corporation (IDC), the overall personal computer (PC) shipment for Q2 2016 stood at 2.14 million units, implying a quarter-on-quarter growth of 7.2 per... Read more
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Business Standard India
Companies in APJ region continue to struggle with cyber securitySeventy-four per cent of those surveyed in the Asia Pacific and Japan (APJ) reg
Companies in APJ region continue to struggle with cyber security
Business Standard India / Posted 13 minutes ago
Seventy-four per cent of those surveyed in the Asia Pacific and Japan (APJ) region face a significant risk of cyber incidents - closely aligned to the global average of 75 per cent -... Read more
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The News-Times
For retired US Open champ Flavia Pennetta, no regretsGold's Gym XRS 20 Olympic Workout Rack for $87 + free shipping Whistler Radar
For retired US Open champ Flavia Pennetta, no regrets
The News-Times / Posted 18 minutes ago
Gold's Gym XRS 20 Olympic Workout Rack for $87 + free shipping Whistler Radar Detector with Icon Display for $28 + pickup at... Walmart Home Clearance Sale Deals from $2 + free shipping w/ $50 Walmart Labor Day Patio Sale + free shipping w/ $50... Read more
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Newsmax
The Coin Flip Market: What Goes Up Must Come DownAs summer begins to fade, and kids return to school, the focus once again turns
The Coin Flip Market: What Goes Up Must Come Down
Newsmax / Posted 21 minutes ago
As summer begins to fade, and kids return to school, the focus once again turns to the annual event of Central Bankers in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. However, if you only looked at the market as a gauge as to the excitement of the event, well it must have... Read more
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Reuters
Lock up the college funds, or it is easy to raid themA graduate wears a houndstooth ribbon on her graduation cap during the Universi
Lock up the college funds, or it is easy to raid them
Reuters / Posted 29 minutes ago
A graduate wears a houndstooth ribbon on her graduation cap during the University of Alabama commencement ceremony at Coleman Coliseum in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, August 6, 2011, in honor of fellow students who were killed in a devastating April 27, 2011... Read more
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FOX 28 South Bend
Pence OK'd $24M in incentives to companies offshoring jobsINDIANAPOLIS (AP) - A newspaper report says a development corporation Indiana G
Pence OK'd $24M in incentives to companies offshoring jobs
FOX 28 South Bend / Posted 30 minutes ago
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - A newspaper report says a development corporation Indiana Gov. Mike Pence leads has approved $24 million in incentives to 10 companies that sent work to foreign countries. The analysis by the Indianapolis Star... Read more
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Express and Star
Labour warning that aid budget should not be used as 'slush fund' « Express & StarShadow international development secretary Kate Osamor said aid money should no
Labour warning that aid budget should not be used as 'slush fund' « Express & Star
Express and Star / Posted 31 minutes ago
Shadow international development secretary Kate Osamor said aid money should not become a "slush fund" to bail out the cash-strapped defence budget. She claimed International Development Secretary Ms Patel had made it clear the Government now had no... Read more
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CBS Denver
Street Mural Brightens PavementAURORA, Colo. (CBS4)– Volunteers took up paint brushes and rollers and hit the
Street Mural Brightens Pavement
CBS Denver / Posted 39 minutes ago
AURORA, Colo. (CBS4)– Volunteers took up paint brushes and rollers and hit the streets of Aurora on Saturday to brighten up the community. They painted two blocks of pavement south of the Stanley Marketplace for the City of Aurora’s first ever... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Kiwis pay too much in GST - University of AucklandIt's GST's 30th birthday and a leading university lecturer says it's time to ad
Kiwis pay too much in GST - University of Auckland
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 39 minutes ago
It's GST's 30th birthday and a leading university lecturer says it's time to address the imbalance caused by the consumption tax in New Zealand's overall tax system. "Put simply, New Zealand continues to tax the workers and the spenders but not the... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
US Fed chair opens door to rate hike on back of promising economyFederal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen. Photo / AP Federal Reserve chairwoman Jane
US Fed chair opens door to rate hike on back of promising economy
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 39 minutes ago
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen. Photo / AP Federal Reserve chairwoman Janet Yellen has opened the door a little wider to a rate hike, after voicing optimism about the US economy at her eagerly awaited speech at the Jackson Hole summit of central... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Christopher Niesche: Mind the GAAP when judging resultsAlternative measures can be useful but accounting standards are key for investo
Christopher Niesche: Mind the GAAP when judging results
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 39 minutes ago
Alternative measures can be useful but accounting standards are key for investors to understand performance. Woolworths made a A$1.2 billion ($1.25b) net loss. Photo / AFP If you ever find yourself at a crowded party and want a little time alone,... Read more
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heraldscotland
Historic steamship TS Queen Mary in £150,000 funding boostThe cash has been provided from the Landfill Communities Fund by EB Scotland an
Historic steamship TS Queen Mary in £150,000 funding boost
heraldscotland / Posted 46 minutes ago
The cash has been provided from the Landfill Communities Fund by EB Scotland and Clydesdale Bank. Friends of TS Queen Mary, a charity patroned by Scots actor Robbie Coltrane OBE, is also hoping to raise £2 million to restore the steamship as an... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Amtrak receiving $2.4 billion loan for Northeast Corridor improvementsAmtrak is receiving a $2.4 billion federal loan to invest in modernized trains,
Amtrak receiving $2.4 billion loan for Northeast Corridor improvements
Connecticut Post / Posted 55 minutes ago
Amtrak is receiving a $2.4 billion federal loan to invest in modernized trains, upgrade systems and improve safety and reliability on the Northeast Corridor, which runs through Connecticut. “This significant investment is a critical step forward and... Read more
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The Hindu
Britannia forays into packaged bread segmentBritannia Industries has entered the packaged Indian bread category with the in
Britannia forays into packaged bread segment
The Hindu / Posted 56 minutes ago
Britannia Industries has entered the packaged Indian bread category with the introduction of whole wheat ‘kulchas’, according to company sources. Encouraged by its run in Delhi, BIL is now planning to take the product to other markets, including... Read more
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The Hindu
Banks unaware of SME issues, says Nirmala SitharamanAfter pitching for a two per cent cut in RBI's interest rate, Commerce Minister
Banks unaware of SME issues, says Nirmala Sitharaman
The Hindu / Posted 56 minutes ago
After pitching for a two per cent cut in RBI's interest rate, Commerce Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has said banks have not sufficiently understood the problems faced by small and medium enterprises (SMEs), especially those related to high credit... Read more
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The Hindu
How ‘dark matter’ influences inflationAll eyes will be on Dr. Patel and his every action will come under scrutiny Wi
How ‘dark matter’ influences inflation
The Hindu / Posted 56 minutes ago
All eyes will be on Dr. Patel and his every action will come under scrutiny With the Government naming the new Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Governor, there is a lot of interest in what it means for monetary policy and specifically interest rates... Read more
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The Hindu
GST: A high standard rate would impact prices and hamper acceptanceA standard rate of 18 per cent ensures that the tax revenue would not be advers
GST: A high standard rate would impact prices and hamper acceptance
The Hindu / Posted 56 minutes ago
A standard rate of 18 per cent ensures that the tax revenue would not be adversely impacted In a historical move for the country, the 122nd Constitutional Amendment Bill to introduce the Goods and Services Tax (GST) was unanimously passed by... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Central Banks Double Down on the Mistakes of 2008... Creating the Greatest Bubble in Financial HistoryThe common consensus in the financial community today is that the Fed and other
Central Banks Double Down on the Mistakes of 2008... Creating the Greatest Bubble in Financial History
Zero Hedge / Posted an hour ago
The common consensus in the financial community today is that the Fed and other Central Banks have somehow managed to end the business cycle. The result of this is that we’ve entered a period of sustained growth (albeit low growth) that will continue... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Dutch Central Bank Refuses To Publish Gold Bar List For Dubious ReasonsMy hunt for the gold bar list of the Dutch official gold reserves started in 20
Dutch Central Bank Refuses To Publish Gold Bar List For Dubious Reasons
Zero Hedge / Posted an hour ago
My hunt for the gold bar list of the Dutch official gold reserves started in 2015. On September 26 of that year I visited a conference in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, called Reinvent Money. One of the speakers was Jacob De Haan from the Dutch central... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Pensions, Oy VeyYears ago it seemed that when you hit 65 you'd retire, receive a gold watch, an
Pensions, Oy Vey
Zero Hedge / Posted an hour ago
Years ago it seemed that when you hit 65 you'd retire, receive a gold watch, and proceed to spend your pension money on a rocking chair and pot plants. Ten years later you'd be in a box and, since pot plants are cheap, the cost of keeping you alive... Read more
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Zero Hedge
The Blessing Of Cash (And Why Central Bankers Hate It So Much)Submitted by Joseph Salerno via LewRockwell.com, Starting today, the Royal Ban
The Blessing Of Cash (And Why Central Bankers Hate It So Much)
Zero Hedge / Posted an hour ago
Submitted by Joseph Salerno via LewRockwell.com, Starting today, the Royal Bank of Scotland will become the first bank in the U.K. to impose a negative interest rate on depositors. The negative rate will apply only to corporate customers, including... Read more
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Fortune
Global Central Bankers Unite in Plea for Help From GovernmentsCentral bankers in charge of the vast bulk of the world’s economy delved deep i
Global Central Bankers Unite in Plea for Help From Governments
Fortune / Posted an hour ago
Central bankers in charge of the vast bulk of the world’s economy delved deep into the weeds of money markets and interest rates over a three-day conference here, and emerged with a common plea to their colleagues in the rest of government: Please... Read more
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The Irish Times
Seen & Heard: Spend Apple tax windfall on health, says MinisterThe Independent Alliance Minister of State said no company should able “to hold
Seen & Heard: Spend Apple tax windfall on health, says Minister
The Irish Times / Posted an hour ago
The Independent Alliance Minister of State said no company should able “to hold the country to ransom” and “if Apple owes taxes to the State they should pay them and that’s it”. Minister of State for Disability Issues Finian McGrath echoed Mr... Read more
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