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Newsmax
Roubini: Global Growth Funk to Linger as Far as I Can SeeFamed economist Nouriel Roubini of New York University warns that the United St
Roubini: Global Growth Funk to Linger as Far as I Can See
Newsmax / Posted moments ago
Famed economist Nouriel Roubini of New York University warns that the United States will continue to remain mired in a global economic funk. “We are likely to remain in what the IMF calls the 'new mediocre,' Larry Summers calls 'secular stagnation,'... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
China spends record amount buying foreign companiesChinese firms are on a record-breaking shopping spree, snapping up foreign firm
China spends record amount buying foreign companies
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted moments ago
Chinese firms are on a record-breaking shopping spree, snapping up foreign firms like never before. They have already announced a whopping $108.5 billion in foreign deals so far this year, topping the $106 billion total for the whole of last year,... Read more
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Newsmax
HSBC: Risk-On, Risk-Off Markets Make Comeback to Thwart InvestorsThe “risk-on, risk-off” theme from the years after the 2008 financial crisis is
HSBC: Risk-On, Risk-Off Markets Make Comeback to Thwart Investors
Newsmax / Posted moments ago
The “risk-on, risk-off” theme from the years after the 2008 financial crisis is making a comeback, giving headaches to investors who try to beat the market with traditional methods of measuring value, say analysts at multinational bank HSBC Holdings... Read more
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Newsmax
Puerto Rico Warns of More Defaults After Missing May PaymentGovernor Alejandro Garcia Padilla warned that Puerto Rico bond investors face a
Puerto Rico Warns of More Defaults After Missing May Payment
Newsmax / Posted moments ago
Governor Alejandro Garcia Padilla warned that Puerto Rico bond investors face a cascade of defaults starting in July unless Congress passes legislation that facilitates a restructuring of the commonwealth’s debt. The exhortation made Monday in San... Read more
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Newsmax
Australia Fires Dual Fiscal-Monetary Shot to Buttress GrowthAustralia injected a double-dose of stimulus as the government handed down an e
Australia Fires Dual Fiscal-Monetary Shot to Buttress Growth
Newsmax / Posted moments ago
Australia injected a double-dose of stimulus as the government handed down an expansionary budget hours after the central bank eased policy for the first time in a year. Treasurer Scott Morrison forecast a A$37.1 billion ($28.1 billion) deficit in... Read more
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Newsmax
EU Forecasts France, Italy, Spain, to Miss Budget TargetsFrance, Italy and Spain are set to miss European Union budget targets this year
EU Forecasts France, Italy, Spain, to Miss Budget Targets
Newsmax / Posted a minute ago
France, Italy and Spain are set to miss European Union budget targets this year and next without urgent government action, European Commission forecasts showed on Tuesday. Excessive debts and deficits in the three biggest economies of the euro... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
SMEs make big wins in budget but will have to waitMYOB has rated the Federal Government's 2016 Budget a 9/10 for its positive imp
SMEs make big wins in budget but will have to wait
The Daily Mercury / Posted a minute ago
MYOB has rated the Federal Government's 2016 Budget a 9/10 for its positive impact on Australian small and medium-sized businesses - saying the initiatives are welcomed but could have gone further and faster. The accounting software provider today... Read more
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Gazette
Co-operative Group agrees to sell 36 ex-Somerfield storesThe Co-operative Group has agreed to sell 36 former Somerfield stores as it sha
Co-operative Group agrees to sell 36 ex-Somerfield stores
Gazette / Posted a minute ago
The Co-operative Group has agreed to sell 36 former Somerfield stores as it sharpens its focus on convenience shopping. The mutual said Somerfield Stores Limited and its non-core property portfolio had been bought by the Food Retailer Group, an arm... Read more
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Co-operative Group agrees to sell 36 ex-Somerfield storesThe Co-operative Group has agreed to sell 36 former Somerfield stores as it sha
Co-operative Group agrees to sell 36 ex-Somerfield stores
guardian-series / Posted 3 minutes ago
The Co-operative Group has agreed to sell 36 former Somerfield stores as it sharpens its focus on convenience shopping. The mutual said Somerfield Stores Limited and its non-core property portfolio had been bought by the Food Retailer Group, an arm... Read more
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4029TV KHBS - KHOG Fort Smith - Fayetteville
China spends record amount buying foreign companiesChinese firms are on a record-breaking shopping spree, snapping up foreign firm
China spends record amount buying foreign companies
4029TV KHBS - KHOG Fort Smith - Fayetteville / Posted 4 minutes ago
Chinese firms are on a record-breaking shopping spree, snapping up foreign firms like never before. They have already announced a whopping $108.5 billion in foreign deals so far this year, topping the $106 billion total for the whole of last year,... Read more
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Detroit Free Press
Enbridge predicts $62M in penalties tied to oil spillMARSHALL, Mich. — A pipeline company says it expects $62 million in fines and p
Enbridge predicts $62M in penalties tied to oil spill
Detroit Free Press / Posted 5 minutes ago
MARSHALL, Mich. — A pipeline company says it expects $62 million in fines and penalties related to a Michigan oil spill. In a filing Monday with the Securities and Exchange Commission, Enbridge says $55 million represents penalties under federal... Read more
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DW
Money for Asia: No big deal |The word "sustainability" has long been a trope. Now it's even being uttered at
Money for Asia: No big deal |
DW / Posted 6 minutes ago
The word "sustainability" has long been a trope. Now it's even being uttered at the Asian Development Bank. The financier for the developing world wants to be greener, more social - in short: more sustainable. Germany is hosting the ADB's annual... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Industrialist Urges N1 Trillion Intervention Fund for Steel, Solid MineralIlorin — The management of KAM Industries Nigeria Ltd has appealed to the feder
Industrialist Urges N1 Trillion Intervention Fund for Steel, Solid Mineral
AllAfrica.com / Posted 6 minutes ago
Ilorin — The management of KAM Industries Nigeria Ltd has appealed to the federal government to dedicate a minimum of N500 billion intervention fund‎ to the steel industry and another N500 billion to the solid mineral sector in the country. Head of... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
NDE Gives Out Loans, Equipment to TraineesBauchi — The National Directorate of Employment (NDE) has given out loans and e
NDE Gives Out Loans, Equipment to Trainees
AllAfrica.com / Posted 6 minutes ago
Bauchi — The National Directorate of Employment (NDE) has given out loans and equipment to graduates of its vocational skills development program in Bauchi State. The Director General of the NDE, Mr Kunle Obayan, while speaking at the presentation... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Petrol Price to Rise By 12 CentsPretoria — The price of all grades of petrol will increase by 12 cents a litre
Petrol Price to Rise By 12 Cents
AllAfrica.com / Posted 6 minutes ago
Pretoria — The price of all grades of petrol will increase by 12 cents a litre on Wednesday, said the Department of Energy. The increase will apply to both 95 and 93 octane (ULP and LRP). Diesel 0.05% sulphur will decrease by 1 cent. As of... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Debt Market - Bou Sets Up Borrowers for High Cost LoansAbout Shs4.5 trillion has been issued out of Treasury Bills and Bonds in Uganda
Debt Market - Bou Sets Up Borrowers for High Cost Loans
AllAfrica.com / Posted 6 minutes ago
About Shs4.5 trillion has been issued out of Treasury Bills and Bonds in Uganda since the beginning of this financial year 2015/16 for both monetary and fiscal policy operations. Bank of Uganda issues Treasury Bills and Bonds on behalf of... Read more
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Weekly Times
Ratings agencies cool on budgetRatings agencies have delivered a mixed reaction to Treasurer Scott Morrison's
Ratings agencies cool on budget
Weekly Times / Posted 6 minutes ago
Ratings agencies have delivered a mixed reaction to Treasurer Scott Morrison's first budget but the nation's triple-A credit rating is not in peril - yet. Moody's Investors Services, which in April cautioned that an absence of new revenue and... Read more
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Herald Sun
Ratings agencies cool on budgetRatings agencies have delivered a mixed reaction to Treasurer Scott Morrison's
Ratings agencies cool on budget
Herald Sun / Posted 6 minutes ago
Ratings agencies have delivered a mixed reaction to Treasurer Scott Morrison's first budget but the nation's triple-A credit rating is not in peril - yet. Moody's Investors Services, which in April cautioned that an absence of new revenue and... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
'NYSC, CBN, BOI to Float Loan Scheme for Corps Members'The National Youths Service Corps (NYSC) says it is planning to introduce a loa
'NYSC, CBN, BOI to Float Loan Scheme for Corps Members'
AllAfrica.com / Posted 7 minutes ago
The National Youths Service Corps (NYSC) says it is planning to introduce a loan package for corps members in view of the prevailing economic hardship in the country. The Director-General of the scheme, Brig.-Gen. Sule Zakari, disclosed this... Read more
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KXLY-TV Spokane
China spends record amount buying foreign companiesChinese firms are on a record-breaking shopping spree, snapping up foreign firm
China spends record amount buying foreign companies
KXLY-TV Spokane / Posted 7 minutes ago
Chinese firms are on a record-breaking shopping spree, snapping up foreign firms like never before. They have already announced a whopping $108.5 billion in foreign deals so far this year, topping the $106 billion total for the whole of last year,... Read more
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KTVZ Bend
China spends record amount buying foreign companies | Money - Home Firms announce $108.5 billion in foreign deals Chinese firms
China spends record amount buying foreign companies
KTVZ Bend / Posted 7 minutes ago
| Money - Home Firms announce $108.5 billion in foreign deals Chinese firms are on a record-breaking shopping spree, snapping up foreign firms... Read more
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Variety
TheAudience Taps Mike Dodge as CEO, Debbie Menin as EVP PartnershipsThe two publishing industry vets join chief creative officer Patrick Mulford, w
TheAudience Taps Mike Dodge as CEO, Debbie Menin as EVP Partnerships
Variety / Posted 7 minutes ago
The two publishing industry vets join chief creative officer Patrick Mulford, who has been with the L.A.-based company since 2013 and leads creative and strategic direction. Last fall, Dubai-based conglomerate Al Ahli Holding Group acquired... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Ratings agencies cool on budgetRatings agencies have delivered a mixed reaction to Treasurer Scott Morrison's
Ratings agencies cool on budget
The Courier Mail / Posted 7 minutes ago
Ratings agencies have delivered a mixed reaction to Treasurer Scott Morrison's first budget but the nation's triple-A credit rating is not in peril - yet. Moody's Investors Services, which in April cautioned that an absence of new revenue and... Read more
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The Courier Mail
TV networks get $48m fee cutMajor free-to-air TV and radio networks have slammed the government for failing
TV networks get $48m fee cut
The Courier Mail / Posted 7 minutes ago
Major free-to-air TV and radio networks have slammed the government for failing to provide sufficient support for their battle with online giants such as Apple and Netflix. Commercial broadcasters stand to save nearly $50 million a year after the... Read more
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The Mercury News
Growing pessimism about Bay Area economy, poll findsBay Area residents are more pessimistic about the region's still-sturdy economy
Growing pessimism about Bay Area economy, poll finds
The Mercury News / Posted 8 minutes ago
Bay Area residents are more pessimistic about the region's still-sturdy economy than they have been since 2014, with more than one-third expecting a significant downturn within a year, according to poll results released Tuesday. "The mood is... Read more
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Harrow Times
Co-operative Group agrees to sell 36 ex-Somerfield storesThe Co-operative Group has agreed to sell 36 former Somerfield stores as it sha
Co-operative Group agrees to sell 36 ex-Somerfield stores
Harrow Times / Posted 8 minutes ago
The Co-operative Group has agreed to sell 36 former Somerfield stores as it sharpens its focus on convenience shopping. The mutual said Somerfield Stores Limited and its non-core property portfolio had been bought by the Food Retailer Group, an arm... Read more
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Reuters
Futures lower after weak Chinese economic dataTraders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York Cit
Futures lower after weak Chinese economic data
Reuters / Posted 8 minutes ago
Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York City, U.S., May 2, 2016. U.S. stock index futures were sharply lower on Tuesday after weak Chinese economic data raised concerns about the health of the global economy. *... Read more
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CNBC
Sprint's revenue falls due to heavy discountsAnalysts expected Sprint to post a loss of 12 cents a share on revenue of $8.06
Sprint's revenue falls due to heavy discounts
CNBC / Posted 8 minutes ago
Analysts expected Sprint to post a loss of 12 cents a share on revenue of $8.06 billion, according to Thomson Reuters consensus estimates. D. A. Davidson analyst James Moorman said he expects to hear Tuesday how new Apple iPhones and Samsung Galaxy... Read more
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Reuters
Saudi plans stock market reforms to draw foreign moneyDUBAI Saudi Arabia announced a string of reforms to its stock market that could
Saudi plans stock market reforms to draw foreign money
Reuters / Posted 8 minutes ago
DUBAI Saudi Arabia announced a string of reforms to its stock market that could attract billions of dollars of fresh foreign money and smooth sales of state assets as the kingdom grapples with damage to its finances caused by low oil prices. When... Read more
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CNBC
US dollar hits 16-month low—how much lower can it go?Currencies against which the dollar has posted notable declines include the Jap
US dollar hits 16-month low—how much lower can it go?
CNBC / Posted 8 minutes ago
Currencies against which the dollar has posted notable declines include the Japanese yen. The dollar fell below 106 yen on Tuesday after the Bank of Japan surprised some currency traders by introducing no further stimulus measures at its meeting last... Read more
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