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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Stocks keep falling under U.K. cloudInvestor jitters over the economic fallout of Britain's vote to leave the Europ
Stocks keep falling under U.K. cloud
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted moments ago
Investor jitters over the economic fallout of Britain's vote to leave the European Union sent U.S. stocks sharply lower Monday. The latest slump came after another rough day for European markets and a further weakening of the euro and British pound,... Read more
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Environmental Data Interactive Exchange
supply chain from edieCould this new mapping toolkit solve the palm oil transparency challenge? With
supply chain from edie
Environmental Data Interactive Exchange / Posted moments ago
Could this new mapping toolkit solve the palm oil transparency challenge? With rising transparency issues leading to supplier contracts being scrapped and green groups piling on the pressure to tackle the situation, a new World Resources Institute... Read more
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Zero Hedge
European Dead-Cat-Bounce Dies - Big Banks End LowerWell that didn't last long. With hopes of a face-ripping ride higher this morni
European Dead-Cat-Bounce Dies - Big Banks End Lower
Zero Hedge / Posted a minute ago
Well that didn't last long. With hopes of a face-ripping ride higher this morning as Draghi jawboning lifted bank stocks and Cable, the bounce was nothing but an opportunity for sellers to escape at better prices. While Deutsche eked out a tiny gain,... Read more
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NBC 12 Richmond
Ikea recalls 29 million dressers after 6 kids killedWASHINGTON (AP) - Ikea is recalling 29 million chests and dressers that can eas
Ikea recalls 29 million dressers after 6 kids killed
NBC 12 Richmond / Posted a minute ago
WASHINGTON (AP) - Ikea is recalling 29 million chests and dressers that can easily tip over and trap children underneath. Six children have been killed and three dozen others injured, and federal safety officials on Tuesday urged consumers to take... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
US consumer confidence rebounds in JuneWASHINGTON: US consumers grew more confident in the economy in June after senti
US consumer confidence rebounds in June
Channel NewsAsia / Posted a minute ago
WASHINGTON: US consumers grew more confident in the economy in June after sentiment sagged in the two prior months but still remained cautious about growth prospects, the Conference Board said on Tuesday (Jun 28). The Conference Board said its... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
US raises first-quarter growth estimate to 1.1%WASHINGTON: The US economy's tepid growth in the first quarter was revised high
US raises first-quarter growth estimate to 1.1%
Channel NewsAsia / Posted a minute ago
WASHINGTON: The US economy's tepid growth in the first quarter was revised higher on Tuesday (Jun 28) and analysts expect a pick-up in the second quarter despite concerns about Britain's EU exit vote. Growth in gross domestic product - the broad... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
European shares bounce back with first post-Brexit gainsLONDON: European stocks rose sharply on Tuesday (Jun 28), making their first ga
European shares bounce back with first post-Brexit gains
Channel NewsAsia / Posted a minute ago
LONDON: European stocks rose sharply on Tuesday (Jun 28), making their first gains since Britain's shock vote to quit the EU, and the pound rebounded as investors returned to jittery markets. Trading floors appeared to have put the initial panic of... Read more
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Arkansas Business
At Latest Summit, Wal-Mart Seeks More American-Made GoodsWal-Mart Stores Inc. promised "everything is a yes" at the opening session of t
At Latest Summit, Wal-Mart Seeks More American-Made Goods
Arkansas Business / Posted 2 minutes ago
Wal-Mart Stores Inc. promised "everything is a yes" at the opening session of the company's "Open Call" with suppliers of U.S.-made products Tuesday. The U.S. Manufacturing Summit, held at the compan's home office in Bentonville, is part of the... Read more
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Fortune
Warren Buffett Likely Lost Billions on BrexitThe famously successful investor Warren Buffett—who has raked in billions guide
Warren Buffett Likely Lost Billions on Brexit
Fortune / Posted 3 minutes ago
The famously successful investor Warren Buffett—who has raked in billions guided by his motto to “Be fearful when others are greedy, and greedy when others are fearful”—probably took a big loss like the rest of us after the U.K. voted to leave the... Read more
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USA Today
Why America loves Wendy's and Sonic more than McDonald'sMcDonald's has recently made solid progress in turning around its business wit
Why America loves Wendy's and Sonic more than McDonald's
USA Today / Posted 3 minutes ago
McDonald's has recently made solid progress in turning around its business with all-day breakfast, new McPick value menu combinations, and next-gen initiatives like self-serve kiosks, table-mounted tablets, and tableside ordering. Unfortunately, the... Read more
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Hawaii News Now
World stock markets stabilize as 'Brexit' anxiety easesHONG KONG (AP) - World stock markets rose on Tuesday after days of stomach-chur
World stock markets stabilize as 'Brexit' anxiety eases
Hawaii News Now / Posted 4 minutes ago
HONG KONG (AP) - World stock markets rose on Tuesday after days of stomach-churning losses as investors started shaking off the jitters from Britain's vote to quit the European Union and its messy aftermath. European benchmarks rose in early... Read more
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Dundas Star News
North American leaders to sign clean energy pactThe long, cold months are behind us, and we've done something we've waited for
North American leaders to sign clean energy pact
Dundas Star News / Posted 5 minutes ago
The long, cold months are behind us, and we've done something we've waited for all winter:... The friendly oral care team at Eastgate Dental Centre in Hamilton, Ontario, will go above and... Ray Silvestri, mortgage agent with Mortgage Architects in... Read more
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Philly.com
Dow Chemical to cut about 2,500 jobs globallyNEW YORK (AP) - Dow Chemical says it will eliminate about 2,500 jobs worldwide,
Dow Chemical to cut about 2,500 jobs globally
Philly.com / Posted 5 minutes ago
NEW YORK (AP) - Dow Chemical says it will eliminate about 2,500 jobs worldwide, or about 4 percent of its workforce, which is tied to the recent restructuring of its ownership in Dow Corning. Dow Chemical announced earlier this month that it was now... Read more
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The Maui News
Helicopters flying over homes all weekAt 9 in the morning, a full SWAT team with AK-47s showed up at an elderly lady'
Helicopters flying over homes all week
The Maui News / Posted 6 minutes ago
At 9 in the morning, a full SWAT team with AK-47s showed up at an elderly lady's house. She had seven plants in her backyard and had a permit for 14. They said they were there because she did not have tags on each one of her plants, harassed her for... Read more
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express
Italy's financial crisis could DESTROY the Euro as nation tipped to be next domino to fall ITALY could become the next country to leave the European Union in a catastro
Italy's financial crisis could DESTROY the Euro as nation tipped to be next domino to fall
express / Posted 6 minutes ago
ITALY could become the next country to leave the European Union in a catastrophic move which would destroy the Euro currency, a senior economist has... Read more
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Reuters UK Edition
Small banks victims of Brexit bloodbath Shares in small banks have plunged since Britain voted to leave the EU last w
Small banks victims of Brexit bloodbath
Reuters UK Edition / Posted 7 minutes ago
Shares in small banks have plunged since Britain voted to leave the EU last week. There are fears it could stop them lending to small businesses and have a knock-on effect for the rest of the UK economy. David... Read more
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Reuters UK Edition
Red cards for UK after Brexit voteSome might call it a cruel twist of fate. The double whammy of a brutal ejectio
Red cards for UK after Brexit vote
Reuters UK Edition / Posted 7 minutes ago
Some might call it a cruel twist of fate. The double whammy of a brutal ejection for England from the Euros football tournament - just days after a shock vote for Brexit. (SOUNDBITE) (English) ENGLAND FAN, ALEX, SAYING: "We embarrassed ourselves... Read more
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The Star
UK business minister says trade ties with EU are his top goalLONDON (Reuters) - Britain's business minister, Sajid Javid, said he had told f
UK business minister says trade ties with EU are his top goal
The Star / Posted 8 minutes ago
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's business minister, Sajid Javid, said he had told firms on Tuesday that maintaining access to the European Union's single market would be his top goal during talks with the EU. Javid had called leaders of business... Read more
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The Star
FTSE closes higher after post-Brexit slump, insurers rallyLONDON: Britain’s top share index bounced back on Tuesday following two straigh
FTSE closes higher after post-Brexit slump, insurers rally
The Star / Posted 8 minutes ago
LONDON: Britain’s top share index bounced back on Tuesday following two straight sessions of steep losses as insurers and banks, hit hard in the aftermath of Britain’s decision to leave the European Union, led the market higher. The FTSE 100 index... Read more
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The Star
Top German regulator says no to London HQ for Deutsche Boerse-LSEHufeld says London cannot be the head office of the merged Deutsche Boerse-Lond
Top German regulator says no to London HQ for Deutsche Boerse-LSE
The Star / Posted 8 minutes ago
Hufeld says London cannot be the head office of the merged Deutsche Boerse-London Stock Exchange group following the UK’s decision to leave the European Union. - Reuters pic FRANKFURT/LONDON: Germany’s financial market regulator delivered a double... Read more
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The Star
Wall St moves higher after Brexit-induced selloffAt 10:53am ET (Tuesday), the Dow Jones Industrial Average was up 168.61 points,
Wall St moves higher after Brexit-induced selloff
The Star / Posted 8 minutes ago
At 10:53am ET (Tuesday), the Dow Jones Industrial Average was up 168.61 points, or 0.98%, at 17,308.85. The Reuters photo shows traders working on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange on Tuesday. NEW YORK: Wall Street was higher on Tuesday as... Read more
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The Star
Apollo Food’s Q4 net profit down by 73%Apollo Food makes chocolate wafer and layer cake products PETALING JAYA: Apoll
Apollo Food’s Q4 net profit down by 73%
The Star / Posted 8 minutes ago
Apollo Food makes chocolate wafer and layer cake products PETALING JAYA: Apollo Food Holdings Bhd posted a 73.2% plunge in net profit to RM1.75mil in the fourth quarter ended April 30, 2016 from RM6.54mil a year ago. In a Bursa filing on Tuesday,... Read more
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The Tampa Tribune
Gas prices reach record low just in time for July 4 holiday weekendMotorists who plan to hit the road for the Independence Day holiday weekend can
Gas prices reach record low just in time for July 4 holiday weekend
The Tampa Tribune / Posted 8 minutes ago
Motorists who plan to hit the road for the Independence Day holiday weekend can take advantage of the lowest summer gas prices in 11 years. Regular gas in Florida hovered around $2.25 Tuesday, 43 cents cheaper than last year, according to AAA The... Read more
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The Irish Times
Irish stock market closes sharply higher in line with European bounceThe Irish stock market closed sharply higher yesterday, as European markets con
Irish stock market closes sharply higher in line with European bounce
The Irish Times / Posted 8 minutes ago
The Irish stock market closed sharply higher yesterday, as European markets continued to gain back ground following the massive falls in the wake of the Brexit vote. The ISEQ index rose to 5,482.69, ahead of its low of 5,286.65 hit on Friday,... Read more
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The Irish Times
Irish government bonds near record lowsIrish government bond interest rates approached record lows on Tuesday, as inve
Irish government bonds near record lows
The Irish Times / Posted 8 minutes ago
Irish government bond interest rates approached record lows on Tuesday, as investors decided to take a more relaxed view of the outcome of the British referendum. Ten year Irish interest rates fell to 0.64 per cent, on strong buying interest which... Read more
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Market Watch
Supreme Court will hear a case on ATM feesThe Supreme Court is going to hear a case about ATM fees. WASHINGTON -- The Su
Supreme Court will hear a case on ATM fees
Market Watch / Posted 8 minutes ago
The Supreme Court is going to hear a case about ATM fees. WASHINGTON -- The Supreme Court on Tuesday agreed to consider an appeal by Visa Inc., MasterCard Inc. and several leading banks that are challenging lawsuits alleging they conspired to set... Read more
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Market Watch
No, Brexit will not bring on a bear market in stocksOn Friday investors awoke to the stunning news that the British people had vote
No, Brexit will not bring on a bear market in stocks
Market Watch / Posted 8 minutes ago
On Friday investors awoke to the stunning news that the British people had voted to leave the European Union. It was a shock to betting markets, complacent pundits and Wall Street gurus and a real blow to a half-century’s worth of increased European... Read more
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Market Watch
5 ways to stop Brexit from happeningCan the perilous path toward Brexit set in motion last Friday be reversed? It i
5 ways to stop Brexit from happening
Market Watch / Posted 8 minutes ago
Can the perilous path toward Brexit set in motion last Friday be reversed? It is a question that the many chagrined Britons and much of the global market is pondering intensely some 72 hours after an unprecedented referendum threatens to cleave the... Read more
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EuroNews
London Stock Exchange – Deutsche Boerse merger under threat from BrexitBritain’s vote to leave the European Union is threatening the planned merger be
London Stock Exchange – Deutsche Boerse merger under threat from Brexit
EuroNews / Posted 8 minutes ago
Britain’s vote to leave the European Union is threatening the planned merger between the London Stock Exchange and Germany’s Deutsche Boerse. The finance ministry in Berlin said the two companies are looking at the consequences of the Brexit vote... Read more
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EuroNews
ECB’s Draghi focuses on monetary policy alignment rather than BrexitDespite all the Brexit turmoil the European Central Bank head Mario Draghi had
ECB’s Draghi focuses on monetary policy alignment rather than Brexit
EuroNews / Posted 8 minutes ago
Despite all the Brexit turmoil the European Central Bank head Mario Draghi had nothing to say about it in a major speech at an ECB forum in Sintra, Portugal on Tuesday. He stuck to his prepared text on how central banks should align their monetary... Read more
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