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North-West Evening Mail
Finance Secretary takes to the slopes for snowboard lessonFinance Secretary Derek Mackay just about managed to stay upright on his first
North-West Evening Mail / Posted a minute ago
Finance Secretary Derek Mackay just about managed to stay upright on his first snowboard lesson in Renfrewshire. After several trips to the top of the slope at Snow Factor Braehead, he appeared to be getting the hang of the sport. The company,... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Finance Secretary takes to the slopes for snowboard lessonFinance Secretary Derek Mackay just about managed to stay upright on his first
EveningTimes Online / Posted 3 minutes ago
Finance Secretary Derek Mackay just about managed to stay upright on his first snowboard lesson in Renfrewshire. After several trips to the top of the slope at Snow Factor Braehead, he appeared to be getting the hang of the sport. The company,... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Finance Secretary takes to the slopes for snowboard lessonFinance Secretary Derek Mackay just about managed to stay upright on his first
Croydon Guardian / Posted 4 minutes ago
Finance Secretary Derek Mackay just about managed to stay upright on his first snowboard lesson in Renfrewshire. After several trips to the top of the slope at Snow Factor Braehead, he appeared to be getting the hang of the sport. The company,... Read more
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Motley Fool
Why I think these are still 2 of the best retail shares Reporting season is nearly over and it’s clear to see that quite a few retail
Motley Fool / Posted 4 minutes ago
Reporting season is nearly over and it’s clear to see that quite a few retail shares are doing it tough. But, for me, there were a few retailer reports that really showed off the quality of the... Read more
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Boston Herald
Newly pet-friendly General Mills spends $8B on Blue BuffaloMINNEAPOLIS — Its sales under pressure with fewer grocery lists including proce
Boston Herald / Posted 5 minutes ago
MINNEAPOLIS — Its sales under pressure with fewer grocery lists including processed foods, General Mills will try to balance its own shift in that direction, and its revenues, with the $8 billion acquisition of Blue Buffalo, a higher end pet food... Read more
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WLOX-TV Biloxi
Brexit is already causing a drop in EU migration to UKBy PAN PYLAS Associated Press LONDON (AP) - Brexit is little more than a year
WLOX-TV Biloxi / Posted 6 minutes ago
By PAN PYLAS Associated Press LONDON (AP) - Brexit is little more than a year away but there is mounting evidence it's having a major impact on the number of European citizens looking to live and work in Britain. Figures released this week show... Read more
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Calculated Risk
Black Knight: National Mortgage Delinquency Rate decreased in JanuaryFrom Black Knight: Black Knight’s First Look: Mortgage Delinquencies Decline Sh
Calculated Risk / Posted 8 minutes ago
From Black Knight: Black Knight’s First Look: Mortgage Delinquencies Decline Sharply in January; Hurricanes’ Lingering Impact on Performance Continues • Calendar-driven effects and fewer hurricane-related delinquencies resulted in a 210,000-loan... Read more
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Profit Confidential
Bitcoin Price Forecast: BTC Transaction Fees Hit Four-Month LowsBitcoin Price Forecast: Bitcoin Transaction Fees Hit Four-Month Lows https://w
Profit Confidential / Posted 9 minutes ago
Bitcoin Price Forecast: Bitcoin Transaction Fees Hit Four-Month Lows https://www.profitconfidential.com/cryptocurrency/bitcoin/btc-price-forecast-bitcoin-transaction-fees-hit-four-month-lows/ Bitcoin Price Forecast: BTC Transaction Fees Hit... Read more
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Profit Confidential
Ripple Price Prediction: Interest Rates Playing Havoc with Capital MarketsRipple Price Prediction: Interest Rates Wreaking Havoc on Capital Markets http
Profit Confidential / Posted 9 minutes ago
Ripple Price Prediction: Interest Rates Wreaking Havoc on Capital Markets https://www.profitconfidential.com/cryptocurrency/ripple/xrp-price-prediction-interest-rates-playing-havoc-capital-markets/ Ripple Price Prediction: Interest Rates Playing... Read more
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WA Today
Big investors backed shareholder campaigns on climate, human rightsIt had already been a challenging year for BHP by the time its new chairman, Ke
WA Today / Posted 10 minutes ago
It had already been a challenging year for BHP by the time its new chairman, Ken MacKenzie, took to the stage at the company's AGM last November. The complex repercussions of the deadly Samarco mine disaster in Brazil two years before rolled on and... Read more
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WA Today
While we've been looking elsewhere, our current account deficit got a lot smallerThey say a watched pot never boils, so maybe it's a good thing we now spend so
WA Today / Posted 10 minutes ago
They say a watched pot never boils, so maybe it's a good thing we now spend so little time worrying about the current account deficit. While our attention's been elsewhere, it's got a lot smaller. Settle back. The nation's "balance of payments" is a... Read more
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KESQ Palm Springs
China's big conglomerates are no longer buying up the worldChina's Anbang Insurance Group purchased New York City's landmark Waldorf Astor
KESQ Palm Springs / Posted 10 minutes ago
China's Anbang Insurance Group purchased New York City's landmark Waldorf Astoria hotel in 2014 for $1.95 billion. China's Anbang Insurance Group purchased New York City's landmark Waldorf Astoria hotel in 2014 for $1.95 billion. Related... Read more
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Fremont Tribune
3 space-saving wall mounted lightsGreat lighting can bring up any room, but if you’re trying to save precious flo
Fremont Tribune / Posted 13 minutes ago
Great lighting can bring up any room, but if you’re trying to save precious floor space, filling the room with lamps isn’t always an option. These wall mounted lights offer a stylish space-saving solution. Let there be light! 1) Antique Brass These... Read more
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Missoulian
Politicians need mental health careThere is no secret that after such massacres gun sales dramatically increase, a
Missoulian / Posted 13 minutes ago
There is no secret that after such massacres gun sales dramatically increase, and the gun dealers, asserting their Second Amendment rights, get increased profit. Every killed teenager’s blood drop transforms into buckets of money for the dealers. The... Read more
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The Chattanoogan
CNE To Host Grand Opening Of Home Again Homes On March 1In partnership with the Bureau of TennCare, Chattanooga Neighborhood Enterprise
The Chattanoogan / Posted 16 minutes ago
In partnership with the Bureau of TennCare, Chattanooga Neighborhood Enterprise has created long-term affordable supportive housing for some of Tennessee’s most vulnerable residents. Officials are calling these Home Again homes. These homes are... Read more
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Live 5 News Charleston
BB&T reports outages in digital banking, ATM servicesIf you bank with BB&T, you may not be able to check your account. BB&T is repor
Live 5 News Charleston / Posted 16 minutes ago
If you bank with BB&T, you may not be able to check your account. BB&T is reporting service outages that may impact you when you head to the ATM. The bank tweeted out Thursday night that digital banking, Phone24 and ATM services are currently... Read more
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ABC 7 El Paso
China's big conglomerates are no longer buying up the worldChina's Anbang Insurance Group purchased New York City's landmark Waldorf Astor
ABC 7 El Paso / Posted 18 minutes ago
China's Anbang Insurance Group purchased New York City's landmark Waldorf Astoria hotel in 2014 for $1.95 billion. China's Anbang Insurance Group purchased New York City's landmark Waldorf Astoria hotel in 2014 for $1.95 billion. Related... Read more
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Arkansas Business
Long-Term Mortgage Rates Climb to 4.4 PercentWASHINGTON — Long-term U.S. mortgage rates crept higher this week, upping the c
Arkansas Business / Posted 20 minutes ago
WASHINGTON — Long-term U.S. mortgage rates crept higher this week, upping the costs of borrowing to purchase a home just as more of the millennial generation is entering the real estate market. Mortgage buyer Freddie Mac said Thursday that the... Read more
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Fortune
Michael Dell Bought the Most Expensive Apartment ever sold in NYCNo other purchase in New York City has ever surpassed the $100 million mark. Al
Fortune / Posted 21 minutes ago
No other purchase in New York City has ever surpassed the $100 million mark. Although the sale of the luxurious penthouse was previously reported, the identity of the buyer has until now remained unknown. Dell’s property portfolio includes a... Read more
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Fortune
These Are the Countries That Have Grown the Most in the Last YearPresident Trump didn’t quite get the 3% GDP boost he was hoping for in 2017, bu
Fortune / Posted 21 minutes ago
President Trump didn’t quite get the 3% GDP boost he was hoping for in 2017, but at 2.3%, the U.S. economy is chugging along. Meanwhile, India and China soared more than 6%, and overall global growth saw a 2.9% increase. Don’t bank on the good times... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Round trip from LAX to Singapore on United: $515The fare, subject to availability, is for travel March 5 through June 9. Note t
Los Angeles Times / Posted 22 minutes ago
The fare, subject to availability, is for travel March 5 through June 9. Note that this a regular economy fare, not the more restrictive basic economy, which often does not allow the use of overheads or offer early seat selection at the time of... Read more
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The Age
The lie that is sucking the life out of SydneyMy economist friends argue that the sourness of Australian politics is not neo-
The Age / Posted 25 minutes ago
My economist friends argue that the sourness of Australian politics is not neo-liberalism but cronyism. Myself, I think it’s a mix. Either way, the latest World Inequality Report 2018 shows that the rich-poor gap has widened in precise parallel with... Read more
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The Age
While we've been looking elsewhere, our current account deficit got a lot smallerAs well, the current deficit has been reduced by a lower "net income deficit" –
The Age / Posted 25 minutes ago
As well, the current deficit has been reduced by a lower "net income deficit" – gone from 3 per cent of GDP before the crisis to 1.5 per cent since – because world interest rates are so much lower, and our interest payments to foreigners far exceed... Read more
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The Age
Big investors backed shareholder campaigns on climate, human rightsIt's a measure, he says, that would acknowledge the amount of time it takes com
The Age / Posted 25 minutes ago
It's a measure, he says, that would acknowledge the amount of time it takes companies to deal with the proposals. "One hundred shareholders these days is such a minuscule number for most companies," Matheson says. Some of the climate resolutions had... Read more
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The Age
What economists really think about cutting corporate taxTo quote from the book of Henry, Part 2, Volume 1, Chapter B: "Economic theory
The Age / Posted 25 minutes ago
To quote from the book of Henry, Part 2, Volume 1, Chapter B: "Economic theory and growing empirical evidence support a shift away from company income tax towards taxes on less mobile factors as a means of increasing investment, GDP and growth. "The... Read more
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The Age
The price Woolworths pays for perfectionIn announcing the six-month result to December 31, Woolworths chief executive B
The Age / Posted 25 minutes ago
In announcing the six-month result to December 31, Woolworths chief executive Brad Banducci said comparable sales at the Australian supermarkets chain had risen 4.9 per cent - a result that far exceeded the 1.3 per cent that Coles posted (which was... Read more
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The Age
Barr government's urban renewal leads to 'accidental' gentrification of CanberraShe said the sector believed the government's regulations and social policies "
The Age / Posted 25 minutes ago
She said the sector believed the government's regulations and social policies "demonstrates a commitment to diversity", but the renewal program was unintentionally leading to gentrification. "I think it's happens when government, both elected... Read more
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The Age
The quirk giving Woolworths a $30m tax break on poker machine takingsIn a statement, Woolworths did not address questions about the tax arrangements
The Age / Posted 25 minutes ago
In a statement, Woolworths did not address questions about the tax arrangements. The statement said: "At Woolworths, our priorities and values need to match those of our customers and communities we operate in, and this includes taking important... Read more
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EuroNews
'No foreigners accepted': The food bank that turns away non-Germans“We want German grandmothers to keep coming to us,” Jörg Sartor told a local pa
EuroNews / Posted 26 minutes ago
“We want German grandmothers to keep coming to us,” Jörg Sartor told a local paper. He heads the facility in Essen which is part of Tafel Deutschland, a nationwide charitable association providing free meals for the poor at 930 food banks. So far, it... Read more
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WFTV 9 Orlando
Pennsylvania school district officials cancel classes over potential threat >> Read more trending news The Greater Latrobe School District announced tha
WFTV 9 Orlando / Posted 26 minutes ago
>> Read more trending news The Greater Latrobe School District announced that a note was found in a bathroom at Greater Latrobe Senior High School, school officials... Read more
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