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Business Spectator
How the yuan crisis could forge a new currency orderThe pace of decline in China’s external currency reserves is accelerating, feed
How the yuan crisis could forge a new currency order
Business Spectator / Posted 2 minutes ago
The pace of decline in China’s external currency reserves is accelerating, feeding panicky selling of the yuan and heralding a likely change in China’s exchange rate arrangements. Exchange rate pressures in China are spilling over to regional... Read more
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KSWO Lawton-Wichita Falls
Stock Markets rebound after long slideUS Stock markets are finally rebounding after a rough week. This comes after a
Stock Markets rebound after long slide
KSWO Lawton-Wichita Falls / Posted 6 minutes ago
US Stock markets are finally rebounding after a rough week. This comes after a jump in oil prices and consumer spending. On Friday the Commerce Department said labor-market gains and sliding gas costs contributed to an increase in those retail... Read more
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KSLA-TV Shreveport
LA governor releases budget proposal without taxes, only cutsBy MELINDA DESLATTE Associated Press BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) - Louisiana Gov. J
LA governor releases budget proposal without taxes, only cuts
KSLA-TV Shreveport / Posted 7 minutes ago
By MELINDA DESLATTE Associated Press BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) - Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards' administration has presented its doomsday budget to lawmakers. Edwards' chief financial adviser Jay Dardenne unveiled Saturday what next year's budget... Read more
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KSLA-TV Shreveport
Stock Markets rebound after long slideUS Stock markets are finally rebounding after a rough week. This comes after a
Stock Markets rebound after long slide
KSLA-TV Shreveport / Posted 7 minutes ago
US Stock markets are finally rebounding after a rough week. This comes after a jump in oil prices and consumer spending. On Friday the Commerce Department said labor-market gains and sliding gas costs contributed to an increase in those retail... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
$1 billion difference between Florida House, Senate budget plansTALLAHASSEE | Now that the Florida House and Senate each have signed off on the
$1 billion difference between Florida House, Senate budget plans
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 7 minutes ago
TALLAHASSEE | Now that the Florida House and Senate each have signed off on their own versions of the state budget, lawmakers begin the negotiation process known as conference to finalize the document. That process will determine whether Gov. Rick... Read more
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Las Cruces Sun-News
City council to vote on infrastructure financingMeeting starts 1 p.m. Tuesday LAS CRUCES - Las Cruces city councilors on Tuesd
City council to vote on infrastructure financing
Las Cruces Sun-News / Posted 9 minutes ago
Meeting starts 1 p.m. Tuesday LAS CRUCES - Las Cruces city councilors on Tuesday will vote on an ordinance to issue up to $9.5 million in bonds for infrastructure in a large development, called Metro Verde, north of U.S. Hwy. 70. The city had been... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Tory Chancellor George Osborne caught up in family firm tax rowChancellor George Osborne has become embroiled in a cash row after receiving a
Tory Chancellor George Osborne caught up in family firm tax row
Daily Mirror / Posted 10 minutes ago
Chancellor George Osborne has become embroiled in a cash row after receiving a share of £335,000 from his family firm - even though it hasn't paid tax for seven years. The company which employs 195 people at its London head quarters brought in £34m... Read more
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Daily Herald
Joe Caputo & Sons: Closings 'left unexpected financial burden'Joe Caputo & Sons acknowledged financial problems related to a failed expansion
Joe Caputo & Sons: Closings 'left unexpected financial burden'
Daily Herald / Posted 17 minutes ago
Joe Caputo & Sons acknowledged financial problems related to a failed expansion plan Saturday in a Facebook post, but the family-owned independent grocery chain said its three original stores will keep operating. Stores in Des Plaines, Algonquin and... Read more
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FOX 8 New Orleans
Hancock Fabrics warns headquarters workers of job cutsBALDWYN, Miss. (AP) - Hancock Fabrics has sent letters to all employees at its
Hancock Fabrics warns headquarters workers of job cuts
FOX 8 New Orleans / Posted 29 minutes ago
BALDWYN, Miss. (AP) - Hancock Fabrics has sent letters to all employees at its Lee County headquarters and distribution center, warning they could lose their jobs after March 15 if no buyer is found for the bankrupt fabric retailer. A filing with... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Union Will Continue Pickets at Foodstuffs StoresPutting Workers First FIRST Union is New Zealand's second-largest private sect
Union Will Continue Pickets at Foodstuffs Stores
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 29 minutes ago
Putting Workers First FIRST Union is New Zealand's second-largest private sector trade union. Formed in 2011 after the merger between the National Distribution Union and Finsec, FIRST Union represents 27,000 workers in the Finance, Industrial... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
New Commercial Manager at Alexandra ParkSunday, 14 February 2016, 2:14 pmPress Release: Alexandra ParkThe appointment o
New Commercial Manager at Alexandra Park
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 29 minutes ago
Sunday, 14 February 2016, 2:14 pmPress Release: Alexandra ParkThe appointment of Alexandra Park’s Commercial Manager, Byron Waring, reflects the Auckland Trotting Club’s... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Five cent coin on chopping block as Australia marks 50th anniversary of decimal currency Photo: Royal Australian Mint chief executive Ross MacDiarmid said the five ce
Five cent coin on chopping block as Australia marks 50th anniversary of decimal currency
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 31 minutes ago
Photo: Royal Australian Mint chief executive Ross MacDiarmid said the five cent coin was "dying a natural death". (Gary Kemble: ABC News) Five cent coins could... Read more
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The Morning Call
No love for jeweler that failed to produce engagement ringJust call me Cupid. Ben Beidleman was able to order an engagement ring for his
No love for jeweler that failed to produce engagement ring
The Morning Call / Posted 32 minutes ago
Just call me Cupid. Ben Beidleman was able to order an engagement ring for his fiancee for Valentine's Day after the Watchdog fired a few arrows at a previous jeweler who left him empty-handed on Christmas. Beidleman had ordered a ring from Kay... Read more
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Business Wire
Pacific Drilling erhält Benachrichtigung zu Fortsetzung der Notierung von der New Yorker BörseLUXEMBURG--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Am 13. Januar 2016 wurde Pacific Drilling S.A. (NYS
Pacific Drilling erhält Benachrichtigung zu Fortsetzung der Notierung von der New Yorker Börse
Business Wire / Posted 40 minutes ago
LUXEMBURG--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Am 13. Januar 2016 wurde Pacific Drilling S.A. (NYSE: PACD) (das „Unternehmen”) von der New Yorker Börse darüber in Kenntnis gesetzt, dass das Unternehmen momentan nicht der Norm für den minimalen erforderlichen... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Flower market vendors face last lonely Valentine'sThis may be the last Valentine’s Day Onsirin Saenyakul ships her roses to vendo
Flower market vendors face last lonely Valentine's
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 42 minutes ago
This may be the last Valentine’s Day Onsirin Saenyakul ships her roses to vendors at Bangkok's famous Pak Khlong Talat flower market. Her two-rai plantation in Chiang Mai’s Mae Rim district has been the only source of income for her family for the... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Last Week's Best Healthcare ETFImage by PublicDomainPictures via Pixabay. It was another volatile week for th
Last Week's Best Healthcare ETF
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 42 minutes ago
Image by PublicDomainPictures via Pixabay. It was another volatile week for the stock market, as the S&P 500once again ended in the red. Investors continued to flee from the healthcare sector, too, as almost every single ETF that focuses on the... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
The poor are better off when we build more housing for the richTo low-income residents and the groups that fight for them in expensive cities,
The poor are better off when we build more housing for the rich
Chicago Tribune / Posted 44 minutes ago
To low-income residents and the groups that fight for them in expensive cities, new market-rate housing often feels like part of the problem. If San Francisco and Washington are becoming rapidly unaffordable to the poor, why build more apartments for... Read more
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Sportsnet.ca
Islanders unlikely to trade Travis Hamonic by deadlineTwo sources indicated that the Isles’ appetite for trading Hamonic, who has bee
Islanders unlikely to trade Travis Hamonic by deadline
Sportsnet.ca / Posted 45 minutes ago
Two sources indicated that the Isles’ appetite for trading Hamonic, who has been the team’s most consistent defenseman this season, is still exceedingly low for an in-season move, with the trade deadline now just 15 days away. Even in the summer, a... Read more
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heraldscotland
No Borders campaign fined after belatedly filing accountsNow that the accounts are in, there is an automatic penalty of £375. The accou
No Borders campaign fined after belatedly filing accounts
heraldscotland / Posted 48 minutes ago
Now that the accounts are in, there is an automatic penalty of £375. The accounts show No Borders had an income of £462,862 between its creation in March 2014 and the end of March 2015, and that it spend £462,870. More than two-thirds of the... Read more
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heraldscotland
John Phelps's portfolioAt the top of our buying list are shares in UK paving group Marshalls which wer
John Phelps's portfolio
heraldscotland / Posted 48 minutes ago
At the top of our buying list are shares in UK paving group Marshalls which were original constituents of the 2016 portfolio but fell foul of our stop loss system and were ejected when the price dropped 10 per cent from an earlier peak. The share... Read more
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heraldscotland
Could we be on the brink of a 2008-style banking crisis?Meanwhile, shares in Italy’s Unicredit have plummeted 40 per cent, Credit Suiss
Could we be on the brink of a 2008-style banking crisis?
heraldscotland / Posted 48 minutes ago
Meanwhile, shares in Italy’s Unicredit have plummeted 40 per cent, Credit Suisse is down 37 per cent, France’s Societe Generale have lost 31 per cent of their value while UBS is down 29 per cent and Barclays has lost around 28 per cent. Overall, the... Read more
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heraldscotland
Phoney price war should prompt a bigger switchAccording to uSwitch.com, the big established suppliers are vying to top compar
Phoney price war should prompt a bigger switch
heraldscotland / Posted 48 minutes ago
According to uSwitch.com, the big established suppliers are vying to top comparison tables by offering the cheapest fixed energy deal on the market. “Usually, the cheapest fixed plans are offered by less established suppliers, but this new trend for... Read more
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heraldscotland
Weather warnings issued as cold snap continuesComments & Moderation We moderate all comments on Herald Scotland on either a
Weather warnings issued as cold snap continues
heraldscotland / Posted 48 minutes ago
Comments & Moderation We moderate all comments on Herald Scotland on either a pre-moderated or post-moderated basis. If you're a relatively new user then your comments will be reviewed before publication and if we know you well and trust you then... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Delta Air Lines is giving its employees a $1.5 billion reward (DAL)Delta Air Lines announced on Friday that its 80,000 employees will receive $1.5
Delta Air Lines is giving its employees a $1.5 billion reward (DAL)
Stamford Advocate / Posted 49 minutes ago
Delta Air Lines announced on Friday that its 80,000 employees will receive $1.5 billion in profit-sharing. According to the airline, this is the largest amount ever paid out in the history of profit-sharing programs. For Delta's employees,... Read more
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KFDA-TV Amarillo
New Mexico moves to cut spending to offset oil bustSANTA FE, N.M. (AP) - The state of New Mexico has slashed revenue projections f
New Mexico moves to cut spending to offset oil bust
KFDA-TV Amarillo / Posted 49 minutes ago
SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) - The state of New Mexico has slashed revenue projections for this year and next by a quarter-billion dollars because of low oil and natural gas prices and is preparing to reduce general fund spending next year. The Senate... Read more
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The Economic Times
Black money: Unaccounted forex is invested in P-Notes, says Devi DayalPoor response to the scheme has been attributed to lack of clarity on commute,
Black money: Unaccounted forex is invested in P-Notes, says Devi Dayal
The Economic Times / Posted 49 minutes ago
Poor response to the scheme has been attributed to lack of clarity on commute, no guarantee on confidentiality, fear of future harassment and inadequate time to respond. Those with black money in foreign accounts stayed away, as their tax... Read more
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Op-Ed News
It takes a Greek to save EuropaA trickster par excellence, Zeus turned into a white bull, lured Europa into ri
It takes a Greek to save Europa
Op-Ed News / Posted 52 minutes ago
A trickster par excellence, Zeus turned into a white bull, lured Europa into riding him, and before she could escape, dove into the Aegean Sea and carried her off to Crete. The product of their inevitable lovemaking was King Minos. So keep in mind... Read more
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WA Today
Miner's dividend drop is latest domino to fallThat thump you heard coming from London this week was the sound of another divi
Miner's dividend drop is latest domino to fall
WA Today / Posted 52 minutes ago
That thump you heard coming from London this week was the sound of another dividend domino falling in the mining sector. Australian giant Rio Tinto became the latest to ditch its progressive dividend - a payout that is guaranteed to rise or stay the... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Delta Air Lines is giving its employees a $1.5 billion reward (DAL)Delta Air Lines announced on Friday that its 80,000 employees will receive $1.5
Delta Air Lines is giving its employees a $1.5 billion reward (DAL)
Connecticut Post / Posted 56 minutes ago
Delta Air Lines announced on Friday that its 80,000 employees will receive $1.5 billion in profit-sharing. According to the airline, this is the largest amount ever paid out in the history of profit-sharing programs. For Delta's employees,... Read more
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The Hindu
SBI’s SMS alerts causes flutter among account holdersSome SBI customers got messages past midnight that a sum has been withdrawn fro
SBI’s SMS alerts causes flutter among account holders
The Hindu / Posted 58 minutes ago
Some SBI customers got messages past midnight that a sum has been withdrawn from their a/c Hundreds of savings bank customers of the main branch of State Bank of India panicked and rushed to the branch to complain about sudden and unauthorised... Read more
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