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AllAfrica.com
Domestic Debt Rises to Over D22 BillionThe Governor of the Central Bank of the Gambia, Amadou Colley has said in the y
Domestic Debt Rises to Over D22 Billion
AllAfrica.com / Posted 2 minutes ago
The Governor of the Central Bank of the Gambia, Amadou Colley has said in the year to end December 2015, the domestic debt stood at D22.6 billion (59.1 percent of GDP) from D18.8 billion (53.0 percent of GDP) in 2014. He also reveals that treasury... Read more
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Toronto Star
Canada's economy could sink to $90B deficit, report saysBalancing the books will be a tougher task than lowering the debt-to-GDP ratio,
Canada's economy could sink to $90B deficit, report says
Toronto Star / Posted 2 minutes ago
Balancing the books will be a tougher task than lowering the debt-to-GDP ratio, which represents a government’s capacity to pay back debt. Experts say by targeting debt-to-GDP, the Liberals can produce annual deficits of up to $25 billion in the... Read more
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WAGT 26 Augusta
SCDOT lays out need for more road moneyPhoto cutline: SCDOT Sec’y Christy Hall answers questions from state senators W
SCDOT lays out need for more road money
WAGT 26 Augusta / Posted 2 minutes ago
Photo cutline: SCDOT Sec’y Christy Hall answers questions from state senators Wed. at the Statehouse. COLUMBIA, S.C. – State senators working on a plan to fix South Carolina roads heard from the SCDOT secretary Wednesday how far new money will go.... Read more
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Darien News-Review
Witherell board defends expensesAnd at the end, they could not give a definite answer on how well the town-owne
Witherell board defends expenses
Darien News-Review / Posted 2 minutes ago
And at the end, they could not give a definite answer on how well the town-owned skilled nursing and rehabilitation center was performing in the open market or how best to trim an expected $4.5 million deficit projected for the 2016-17 fiscal... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
India, France set to close Rafale deal at lower price of Rs 60,000 crIndia and France are expected to close the purchase of 36 Rafale multi-role fig
India, France set to close Rafale deal at lower price of Rs 60,000 cr
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 3 minutes ago
India and France are expected to close the purchase of 36 Rafale multi-role fighters from Dassault Aviation with the signing of an inter-governmental agreement including the commercial contract between the two countries next month. The deal is... Read more
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CNBC
These investors aren’t losing their cool amid routOthers, though, said Asia investors had become slightly more cautious on risky
These investors aren’t losing their cool amid rout
CNBC / Posted 4 minutes ago
Others, though, said Asia investors had become slightly more cautious on risky assets. "There has been some pull back and some raising of cash in portfolios just as a precautionary measure," Steve Davies, CEO at Javelin Wealth Management, said... Read more
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Reuters
Twitter's CEO making big product changes, but users not wowedJack Dorsey, CEO of Square and CEO of Twitter, speaks during an interview with
Twitter's CEO making big product changes, but users not wowed
Reuters / Posted 4 minutes ago
Jack Dorsey, CEO of Square and CEO of Twitter, speaks during an interview with CNBC following the IPO for Square Inc., on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange November 19, 2015.EUTERS/Lucas Jackson SAN FRANCISCO Since returning to Twitter Inc in... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Markets have dived? I blame The Big Short External Link: The Big Short trailer If seems everyone from US investors to
Markets have dived? I blame The Big Short
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 5 minutes ago
External Link: The Big Short trailer If seems everyone from US investors to Australian super fund managers have seen the latest Hollywood movie about the GFC and, accordingly, global markets have plunged,... Read more
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Williamson Daily News
Commission discusses Rose G. Smith TheaterWILLIAMSON – At a regular meeting of the Mingo County Commission held Wednesday
Commission discusses Rose G. Smith Theater
Williamson Daily News / Posted 5 minutes ago
WILLIAMSON – At a regular meeting of the Mingo County Commission held Wednesday, Feb. 3 the Tug Valley Arts Council (TVAC) approached the commission to provide a report on the Rose G. Smith Theater and discuss future plans for the location. Jason... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Corporate cop urges rate rigging banks to come cleanASIC tells interest rate rigging banks to plead guilty to BBSW fixing "Plead g
Corporate cop urges rate rigging banks to come clean
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 5 minutes ago
ASIC tells interest rate rigging banks to plead guilty to BBSW fixing "Plead guilty". That was the blunt message from Australian Securities and Investments Commission chairman Greg Medcraft to banks involved in manipulating Australia's key benchmark... Read more
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dna
Unicorn eyes old economy HNIs to invest in new-age start-upsUnicorn India Ventures, a Mumbai-based venture capital fund, has initiated an u
Unicorn eyes old economy HNIs to invest in new-age start-ups
dna / Posted 6 minutes ago
Unicorn India Ventures, a Mumbai-based venture capital fund, has initiated an unconventional way of raising funds for their recently launched Rs 100 crore start-up fund. Rather than raising money from mostly institutions and high net worth... Read more
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KX TV North Dakota
WAWS Project Considers Delaying Payments To TownsA major water supply project in the Bakken region is proposing to cut off payme
WAWS Project Considers Delaying Payments To Towns
KX TV North Dakota / Posted 6 minutes ago
A major water supply project in the Bakken region is proposing to cut off payments to local towns that are part of the system. The Western Area Water Supply Authority is asking towns to forgo the payments that were put in place when they signed up... Read more
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FOX40 Sacramento
Sacramento Regional Transit Seeks Fare Increase CommentsRANCHO CORDOVA -- Regional Transit held the first of four open houses at the M
Sacramento Regional Transit Seeks Fare Increase Comments
FOX40 Sacramento / Posted 7 minutes ago
RANCHO CORDOVA -- Regional Transit held the first of four open houses at the Mills Station building located at the light rail station on Wednesday. The goal was to give riders a chance to comment on a proposed 20 percent, across the board fare... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Settle in for low equity and bond returns: Credit SuisseCredit Suisse has analysed financial market behaviour over 116 years. Equity a
Settle in for low equity and bond returns: Credit Suisse
Brisbane Times / Posted 7 minutes ago
Credit Suisse has analysed financial market behaviour over 116 years. Equity and bond returns were about on par over the past decade in Australia, but that's an aberration says Credit Suisse, and equities will once again take the lead, but the bank... Read more
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BC Local News
Province targets 'hidden' fees levied by cities on new homesThe provincial government has served notice it intends to make municipalities s
Province targets 'hidden' fees levied by cities on new homes
BC Local News / Posted 7 minutes ago
The provincial government has served notice it intends to make municipalities share in some of the blame for high housing costs. Tuesday's throne speech pledged the province will "work with municipalities to reduce the hidden cost in home purchases,... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Beware investors: Falling knives really do cutOn closer inspection, the worst of the worst stocks don't even do well once mar
Beware investors: Falling knives really do cut
Brisbane Times / Posted 7 minutes ago
On closer inspection, the worst of the worst stocks don't even do well once market sentiment turns. Photo: Richard Drew Faced with two competing narratives - "Stocks are on sale!" and "Never try to catch a falling knife" - investors probably ought... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Stockton mine decision 'pending'Solid Energy says a decision on whether the Stockton coal mine should be closed
Stockton mine decision 'pending'
Otago Daily Times / Posted 8 minutes ago
Solid Energy says a decision on whether the Stockton coal mine should be closed is "pending", and it expects to make a decision in the next few months. The state-owned company's chairman, Andy Coupe, said today the mine's future would not be... Read more
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Cloverdale Reporter
Province targets 'hidden' fees levied by cities on new homesThe provincial government has served notice it intends to make municipalities s
Province targets 'hidden' fees levied by cities on new homes
Cloverdale Reporter / Posted 8 minutes ago
The provincial government has served notice it intends to make municipalities share in some of the blame for high housing costs. Tuesday's throne speech pledged the province will "work with municipalities to reduce the hidden cost in home purchases,... Read more
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The Clarion-Ledger
Spivey, Griffin, Hicks on housing advisory council•Scott Spivey, MHC’s executive director , has been appointed to the Federal Hom
Spivey, Griffin, Hicks on housing advisory council
The Clarion-Ledger / Posted 9 minutes ago
•Scott Spivey, MHC’s executive director , has been appointed to the Federal Home Loan Bank of Dallas’ 2016 Affordable Housing Advisory Council. His three-year term began Jan. 1. He oversees day-to-day operations of MHC and leads the development and... Read more
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The Clarion-Ledger
Trustmark promotes 2, names training officer•Brett Armstrong to has been promoted to operations officer at its Corporate Ma
Trustmark promotes 2, names training officer
The Clarion-Ledger / Posted 9 minutes ago
•Brett Armstrong to has been promoted to operations officer at its Corporate Main office in Jackson, where he serves as business process analyst. Armstrong has three years of banking experience. He is responsible for analyzing business processes of... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Proposed Opal fare increases to 'hit long-distance commuters hardest'One group will bear the brunt if pricing proposals are implemented, the NRMA an
Proposed Opal fare increases to 'hit long-distance commuters hardest'
Daily Liberal / Posted 9 minutes ago
One group will bear the brunt if pricing proposals are implemented, the NRMA and community groups have warned. Commuters from Sydney's outer suburbs and regional areas will bear the brunt of increases in Opal public transport fares if the Baird... Read more
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Peace Arch News
Province targets 'hidden' fees levied by cities on new homesThe provincial government has served notice it intends to make municipalities s
Province targets 'hidden' fees levied by cities on new homes
Peace Arch News / Posted 10 minutes ago
The provincial government has served notice it intends to make municipalities share in some of the blame for high housing costs. Tuesday's throne speech pledged the province will "work with municipalities to reduce the hidden cost in home purchases,... Read more
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The Chilliwack Progress
Province targets 'hidden' fees levied by cities on new homesThe provincial government has served notice it intends to make municipalities s
Province targets 'hidden' fees levied by cities on new homes
The Chilliwack Progress / Posted 10 minutes ago
The provincial government has served notice it intends to make municipalities share in some of the blame for high housing costs. Tuesday's throne speech pledged the province will "work with municipalities to reduce the hidden cost in home purchases,... Read more
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The Signal
SCV Senior Center executive director leaves positionSanta Clarita, CA – Executive Director Rachelle Dardeau is leaving the Santa Cl
SCV Senior Center executive director leaves position
The Signal / Posted 11 minutes ago
Santa Clarita, CA – Executive Director Rachelle Dardeau is leaving the Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center after nearly four and a half years of serving the local growing senior community, officials said Wednesday. “Rachelle has been instrumental in... Read more
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The Age
Beware investors: Falling knives really do cutOn closer inspection, the worst of the worst stocks don't even do well once mar
Beware investors: Falling knives really do cut
The Age / Posted 11 minutes ago
On closer inspection, the worst of the worst stocks don't even do well once market sentiment turns. Photo: Richard Drew Faced with two competing narratives - "Stocks are on sale!" and "Never try to catch a falling knife" - investors probably ought... Read more
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The Washington Times
Nicolas Maduro regime in Venezuela threatened by plunging economyMARACAIBO, Venezuela — The late Hugo Chavez kept his “Bolivarian Revolution” al
Nicolas Maduro regime in Venezuela threatened by plunging economy
The Washington Times / Posted 11 minutes ago
MARACAIBO, Venezuela — The late Hugo Chavez kept his “Bolivarian Revolution” alive by picking fights — mostly with the United States and Venezuela’s traditional elites — while sailing on a sea of oil. But with energy prices plummeting and the economy... Read more
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The Age
Settle in for low equity and bond returns: Credit SuisseCredit Suisse has analysed financial market behaviour over 116 years. Equity a
Settle in for low equity and bond returns: Credit Suisse
The Age / Posted 11 minutes ago
Credit Suisse has analysed financial market behaviour over 116 years. Equity and bond returns were about on par over the past decade in Australia, but that's an aberration says Credit Suisse, and equities will once again take the lead, but the bank... Read more
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KJZZ 91.5 Phoenix
Tempe Could Ban Pet Shops From Selling Non-Rescue AnimalsTempe council members are set to vote on banning commercial dog and cat sales u
Tempe Could Ban Pet Shops From Selling Non-Rescue Animals
KJZZ 91.5 Phoenix / Posted 11 minutes ago
Tempe council members are set to vote on banning commercial dog and cat sales unless they come from shelters and rescue groups. A proposed ordinance in Tempe would ban stores from selling dogs and cats unless they come from a shelter or animal... Read more
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Computer World Australia
Suncorp Bank prepares for final migrations to ‘Ignite’ platformSuncorp Bank’s ‘Project Ignite’ core banking overhaul “remains on track to be f
Suncorp Bank prepares for final migrations to ‘Ignite’ platform
Computer World Australia / Posted 12 minutes ago
Suncorp Bank’s ‘Project Ignite’ core banking overhaul “remains on track to be fully implemented by the end of FY16”, Suncorp group chief financial officer Steve Johnston today told a briefing on the group’s half year results. In 2H16 the bank will... Read more
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The Border Mail
Proposed Opal fare increases to 'hit long-distance commuters hardest'One group will bear the brunt if pricing proposals are implemented, the NRMA an
Proposed Opal fare increases to 'hit long-distance commuters hardest'
The Border Mail / Posted 12 minutes ago
One group will bear the brunt if pricing proposals are implemented, the NRMA and community groups have warned. Commuters from Sydney's outer suburbs and regional areas will bear the brunt of increases in Opal public transport fares if the Baird... Read more
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