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This is West Country
Superdry founder says he is the reel deal when it comes to relaxingThe co-founder of fashion chain Superdry has revealed how he relaxes when not a
This is West Country / Posted a minute ago
The co-founder of fashion chain Superdry has revealed how he relaxes when not at the helm of the company he called his “obsession”: fishing. Multimillionaire Julian Dunkerton told the Sunday Times he has a boat set up with angling gear on the River... Read more
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Gazette News
Superdry founder says he is the reel deal when it comes to relaxingThe co-founder of fashion chain Superdry has revealed how he relaxes when not a
Gazette News / Posted a minute ago
The co-founder of fashion chain Superdry has revealed how he relaxes when not at the helm of the company he called his “obsession”: fishing. Multimillionaire Julian Dunkerton told the Sunday Times he has a boat set up with angling gear on the River... Read more
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FOX 41 Louisville
SUNDAY EDITION | A decade after financial crisis, bank bailout money helps Kentuckians buy housesLOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Chris Proano doesn’t recall much about the housing cr
FOX 41 Louisville / Posted a minute ago
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Chris Proano doesn’t recall much about the housing crash that crippled the nationwide economy in 2007. At the time, he wasn’t struggling with a mortgage he couldn’t afford. He was in high school. “I was at that age when you... Read more
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The Age
Barack Obama to speak in Sydney in MarchFormer United States president Barack Obama will visit Australia next month as
The Age / Posted 2 minutes ago
Former United States president Barack Obama will visit Australia next month as part of a trip that will also see him speak in New Zealand. The New Zealand United States Council announced on Sunday it would host Mr Obama at speaking events in... Read more
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dna
'Not waived off loans for any industrialist, Rahul Gandhi is lying': Amit ShahThe Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) President Amit Shah on Sunday rebuffed Congres
dna / Posted 2 minutes ago
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) President Amit Shah on Sunday rebuffed Congress President Rahul Gandhi's allegations about Centre of waiving the loans of businessmen. "Congress leaders keep making statements that the BJP government has waived... Read more
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Bolton News
Superdry founder says he is the reel deal when it comes to relaxingThe co-founder of fashion chain Superdry has revealed how he relaxes when not a
Bolton News / Posted 5 minutes ago
The co-founder of fashion chain Superdry has revealed how he relaxes when not at the helm of the company he called his “obsession”: fishing. Multimillionaire Julian Dunkerton told the Sunday Times he has a boat set up with angling gear on the River... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Tony Abbott's economic argument against immigration is flawedIn truth, all other things are rarely equal when it comes to analysing the econ
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 9 minutes ago
In truth, all other things are rarely equal when it comes to analysing the economy. Immigration is just one variable in an incredibly complex economy, in which demand and supply factors play equally important roles. Abbott is right that more rapid... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
ASX waits on Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell, US interest rate path in focusThe Dow Jones Industrial Average powered higher as technology shares rallied. I
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 9 minutes ago
The Dow Jones Industrial Average powered higher as technology shares rallied. Intel, Microsoft and Cisco were the top three advancers. Apple rose 1.7 per cent to $US175.50; it's now trading higher than when the Dow peaked on January 26 and it has... Read more
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Eye Witness News
NUM says 1,722 jobs to go at Evander Gold Mine The NUM said the company informed the union that the job cuts were due to det
Eye Witness News / Posted 9 minutes ago
The NUM said the company informed the union that the job cuts were due to deteriorating and inadequate infrastructure at the mine. FILE: Picture: AFP. JOHANNESBURG - The National Union of Mineworkers... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
More beats than misses, as results season draws to a close Some of the key themes from this earnings season – including the strength of th
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 9 minutes ago
Some of the key themes from this earnings season – including the strength of the global economy and the doubtful health of the Australian consumer – are likely to appear again this week as a handful of well-known household names wrap up what have... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Outdated rule puts brakes on billions in infrastructure projects, says GrattanAn outdated financing rule is forcing Australian governments to turn their back
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 9 minutes ago
An outdated financing rule is forcing Australian governments to turn their backs on tens of billions of dollars of economically viable infrastructure investments, according to a new study by the Grattan Institute that urges the “unfreezing of... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Not even the IMF is worried by our huge foreign debtIt has calculated that a current account deficit between 2.5 and 3 per cent of
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 9 minutes ago
It has calculated that a current account deficit between 2.5 and 3 per cent of GDP, which is larger than the deficit of 1.9 per cent it expects for 2017, would allow our total net foreign liabilities to be stabilised at about 55 per cent of... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Superdry founder says he is the reel deal when it comes to relaxingThe co-founder of fashion chain Superdry has revealed how he relaxes when not a
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 11 minutes ago
The co-founder of fashion chain Superdry has revealed how he relaxes when not at the helm of the company he called his “obsession”: fishing. Multimillionaire Julian Dunkerton told the Sunday Times he has a boat set up with angling gear on the River... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Superdry founder says he is the reel deal when it comes to relaxingThe co-founder of fashion chain Superdry has revealed how he relaxes when not a
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 11 minutes ago
The co-founder of fashion chain Superdry has revealed how he relaxes when not at the helm of the company he called his “obsession”: fishing. Multimillionaire Julian Dunkerton told the Sunday Times he has a boat set up with angling gear on the River... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Superdry founder says he is the reel deal when it comes to relaxingThe co-founder of fashion chain Superdry has revealed how he relaxes when not a
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 14 minutes ago
The co-founder of fashion chain Superdry has revealed how he relaxes when not at the helm of the company he called his “obsession”: fishing. Multimillionaire Julian Dunkerton told the Sunday Times he has a boat set up with angling gear on the River... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Superdry founder says he is the reel deal when it comes to relaxingThe co-founder of fashion chain Superdry has revealed how he relaxes when not a
EveningTimes Online / Posted 15 minutes ago
The co-founder of fashion chain Superdry has revealed how he relaxes when not at the helm of the company he called his “obsession”: fishing. Multimillionaire Julian Dunkerton told the Sunday Times he has a boat set up with angling gear on the River... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Superdry founder says he is the reel deal when it comes to relaxingThe co-founder of fashion chain Superdry has revealed how he relaxes when not a
Croydon Guardian / Posted 16 minutes ago
The co-founder of fashion chain Superdry has revealed how he relaxes when not at the helm of the company he called his “obsession”: fishing. Multimillionaire Julian Dunkerton told the Sunday Times he has a boat set up with angling gear on the River... Read more
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TheBull
Australian market set for positive startAustralia's share market it set for a positive start thanks to a good session i
TheBull / Posted 17 minutes ago
Australia's share market it set for a positive start thanks to a good session in the United States. The futures market is pointing to a 31 point rise for the ASX200 at the start of trade. "It was a very good session in the United States," CommSec... Read more
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WA Today
Not even the IMF is worried by our huge foreign debtIn its latest report on Australia, the International Monetary Fund says it isn'
WA Today / Posted 22 minutes ago
In its latest report on Australia, the International Monetary Fund says it isn't worried by our net foreign debt, now just a squeak short of $1 trillion. Just as well, since none of us ever worries about it either. Still, it's nice to have the... Read more
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Northern Echo
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Northern Echo / Posted 34 minutes ago
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The Age
Not even the IMF is worried by our huge foreign debtIt has calculated that a current account deficit between 2.5 and 3 per cent of
The Age / Posted 37 minutes ago
It has calculated that a current account deficit between 2.5 and 3 per cent of GDP, which is larger than the deficit of 1.9 per cent it expects for 2017, would allow our total net foreign liabilities to be stabilised at about 55 per cent of... Read more
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The Times of Northwest Indiana
Will Abandoning the International Space Station Set Investors Adrift?And during this interim period, the administration wants to boost NASA's budget
The Times of Northwest Indiana / Posted 43 minutes ago
And during this interim period, the administration wants to boost NASA's budget to pay for "development and maturation of commercial entities and capabilities [that will become] commercial successors to the ISS." This, too, will cost money -- and... Read more
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Gulf News
Saudi Aramco considers buying stake in Indian refineriesAl Falih said Aramco had already signed an agreement to initiate talks for acqu
Gulf News / Posted 48 minutes ago
Al Falih said Aramco had already signed an agreement to initiate talks for acquiring stake in the proposed Rs1.8-trillion refinery in Maharashtra New Delhi — Saudi state-run oil giant Aramco is looking to buy stake in existing Indian refineries and... Read more
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Gulf News
Buffett warns investors that safe-looking bonds can be riskyHe highlighted the risk of bonds and emphasised the importance of sticking with
Gulf News / Posted 48 minutes ago
He highlighted the risk of bonds and emphasised the importance of sticking with a simple investment strategy Seattle — Sometimes the best lessons are worth repeating.Billionaire investor Warren Buffett used his widely-read annual letter to Berkshire... Read more
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Gulf News
Economic rebound supports UAE bank profitabilityTop four banks gain from higher core income and business volumes Dubai: Leadin
Gulf News / Posted 48 minutes ago
Top four banks gain from higher core income and business volumes Dubai: Leading UAE banks reported a strong set of results for 2017, aided by higher core earnings such as net interest incomes, fee and commissions incomes.The second half of the year... Read more
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Gulf News
Pyeongchang Olympics organiser declares Games a winner, financiallySouth Korean city makes major gains in infrastructure Pyeongchang: A top organ
Gulf News / Posted 48 minutes ago
South Korean city makes major gains in infrastructure Pyeongchang: A top organiser said that South Korea’s first Winter Olympics have proven to be a financial success, contrary to the general impression that major international competitions normally... Read more
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Gulf News
GCC — the oil-rich bloc that’s facing a new eraFor years the GCC successfully turned its natural resources into material econo
Gulf News / Posted 48 minutes ago
For years the GCC successfully turned its natural resources into material economic dividends. But how sustainable is this in the face of low oil prices? Dhuha Fadhel, Special to Gulf News The Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) — Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman,... Read more
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Gulf News
Achieving innovation in Islamic EconomyIslamic economy can redirect national economies from risk-taking to sustainabil
Gulf News / Posted 48 minutes ago
Islamic economy can redirect national economies from risk-taking to sustainability Abdulla Mohammed Al Awar, Special to Gulf News The previous edition of the International Innovative Platform for Islamic Economy Products coincided with the... Read more
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guardian-series
Church of England investment arm steeled for weaker returns in 2017The head of the Church of England’s investment arm has flagged that its £7.9 bi
guardian-series / Posted 55 minutes ago
The head of the Church of England’s investment arm has flagged that its £7.9 billion fund will fail to match the stellar returns logged in 2016, but said ethical policies were not to blame. While the fund managed to rake in a bumper 17.1% return on... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Church of England investment arm steeled for weaker returns in 2017The head of the Church of England’s investment arm has flagged that its £7.9 bi
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 57 minutes ago
The head of the Church of England’s investment arm has flagged that its £7.9 billion fund will fail to match the stellar returns logged in 2016, but said ethical policies were not to blame. While the fund managed to rake in a bumper 17.1% return on... Read more
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