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Lancashire Telegraph
UK has 'second tier' railwaysBritain's railways are in a second tier behind other European networks because
UK has 'second tier' railways
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted a minute ago
Britain's railways are in a second tier behind other European networks because of high fares, poor punctuality and a lack of high speed rail, according to a study. The research also found that rail services in Switzerland, Germany, France and the... Read more
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techcentral.ie
AirSpeed Telecom upgrades William Fry telecoms infrastructurePictured: Michael Devitt, William Fry with Ray O Connor, AirSpeed Telecom Thre
AirSpeed Telecom upgrades William Fry telecoms infrastructure
techcentral.ie / Posted a minute ago
Pictured: Michael Devitt, William Fry with Ray O Connor, AirSpeed Telecom Three-year deal covers installation and management of bespoke MPLS network at Grand Canal Quay AirSpeed Telecom has signed a three-year contract worth €250,000 with corporate... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Aug 31 - Fed Mester: US Economy Can Support Rate Increase Put and Call Options: EXTREME FEAR During the last five trading days, volume
Aug 31 - Fed Mester: US Economy Can Support Rate Increase
Zero Hedge / Posted 3 minutes ago
Put and Call Options: EXTREME FEAR During the last five trading days, volume in put options has lagged volume in call options by 22.79% as investors make bullish bets in their portfolios.... Read more
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Zero Hedge
China Dramatically Intervenes To Boost Stock Despite Reports It Won't; US Futtures Slump On J-HoleYesterday, the FT triumphantly proclaimed: "Beijing abandons large-scale share
China Dramatically Intervenes To Boost Stock Despite Reports It Won't; US Futtures Slump On J-Hole
Zero Hedge / Posted 3 minutes ago
Yesterday, the FT triumphantly proclaimed: "Beijing abandons large-scale share purchases", and that instead of manipulating stocks directly as China did last week on Thursday and Friday, China would instead focus on punishing sellers, shorters, and... Read more
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Zero Hedge
It Gets Even Uglier In CanadaThe Province of Alberta, the epicenter of the Canadian oil bust, may be sliding
It Gets Even Uglier In Canada
Zero Hedge / Posted 3 minutes ago
The Province of Alberta, the epicenter of the Canadian oil bust, may be sliding into something much worse than a plain-vanilla recession. And it’s not exactly perking up the rest of Canada. Layoffs are already cascading through the oil patch, as... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Toshiba troubled ahead of anticipated earnings reportTOKYO: Toshiba has been trying to regain lost confidence after it withdrew fore
Toshiba troubled ahead of anticipated earnings report
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 3 minutes ago
TOKYO: Toshiba has been trying to regain lost confidence after it withdrew forecasts and cancelled its year-end dividend. While a billion-dollar accounting scandal grabbed headlines earlier this year, the company is facing other... Read more
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Business Spectator
Eurozone inflation remains low in AugustEurozone consumer prices were barely higher than a year earlier in August, a de
Eurozone inflation remains low in August
Business Spectator / Posted 4 minutes ago
Eurozone consumer prices were barely higher than a year earlier in August, a development likely to fuel speculation that the European Central Bank will have to expand its recently launched bond-buying program. After a long, steady decline in the... Read more
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The News and Star
Cumbrian mum hopes Dragons' Den appearance will lead to investmentLast updated at 11:26, Monday, 31 August 2015 A Cumbrian mum hopes setting foo
Cumbrian mum hopes Dragons' Den appearance will lead to investment
The News and Star / Posted 5 minutes ago
Last updated at 11:26, Monday, 31 August 2015 A Cumbrian mum hopes setting foot into the notorious Dragons’ Den will attract future investment to the specialist business she is part of. Lorraine Young, 33, from Station Close, Egremont, appeared on... Read more
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Northern Echo
UK has 'second tier' railwaysBritain's railways are in a second tier behind other European networks because
UK has 'second tier' railways
Northern Echo / Posted 6 minutes ago
Britain's railways are in a second tier behind other European networks because of high fares, poor punctuality and a lack of high speed rail, according to a study. The research also found that rail services in Switzerland, Germany, France and the... Read more
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Newham Recorder
7,500 jobs coming to Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park through Here East The legacy of the Olympics is often thought of as world-class competitions an
7,500 jobs coming to Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park through Here East
Newham Recorder / Posted 7 minutes ago
The legacy of the Olympics is often thought of as world-class competitions and grass-roots sports participation. Here East But what about business, jobs and innovation? The... Read more
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Reuters UK Edition
China markets get Monday morning blues Stocks in Shanghai start the week off on a negative note after a rally late l
China markets get Monday morning blues
Reuters UK Edition / Posted 9 minutes ago
Stocks in Shanghai start the week off on a negative note after a rally late last week fails to boost sentiment ahead of monthly data releases the following day. Meg Teckman reports. Press CTRL+C (Windows),... Read more
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GlobeSt.com
How the Global Economy is Affecting US CRESmith: �The best way for the industry to plan ahead is to conduct scenario anal
How the Global Economy is Affecting US CRE
GlobeSt.com / Posted 10 minutes ago
Smith: �The best way for the industry to plan ahead is to conduct scenario analyses.� SAN DIEGO�Given �terrible� economic conditions overseas, the US is where investors around the world want to be, economist and leading economic forecaster James... Read more
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GlobeSt.com
Student Housing Numbers Maintain Upward TrendStudent housing prices thus far in Q3 have averaged more than $150,000 per unit
Student Housing Numbers Maintain Upward Trend
GlobeSt.com / Posted 10 minutes ago
Student housing prices thus far in Q3 have averaged more than $150,000 per unit. NEW YORK CITY�This past July 30, Standard & Poor�s upgraded its outlook for American Campus Communities Inc. from �stable� to �positive� and affirmed its corporate... Read more
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GlobeSt.com
Steady Hiring Favors MultifamilyThe Sail Cloth Factory complex in Baltimore; Millennials have shown a preferenc
Steady Hiring Favors Multifamily
GlobeSt.com / Posted 10 minutes ago
The Sail Cloth Factory complex in Baltimore; Millennials have shown a preference for renting in urban areas. CALABASAS, CA�More than other property types, multifamily has seen an increase in demand thanks to steady hiring since the end of the... Read more
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GlobeSt.com
WaterWalk Inks $100M Deal with UK FirmWaterWalk Hotel Apartments WICHITA, KS�WaterWalk Hotel Apartments, hotelierJac
WaterWalk Inks $100M Deal with UK Firm
GlobeSt.com / Posted 10 minutes ago
WaterWalk Hotel Apartments WICHITA, KS�WaterWalk Hotel Apartments, hotelierJack DeBoer�s fifth national brand, has only been up and running for a little more than a year, but it continues to rack up successes. The Wichita-based firm has just signed... Read more
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GlobeSt.com
Sharia and Real Estate: Investing on PrinciplesStructuring Sharia-compliant investments "has also created a new source of capi
Sharia and Real Estate: Investing on Principles
GlobeSt.com / Posted 10 minutes ago
Structuring Sharia-compliant investments "has also created a new source of capital in the global market," Opar says. NEW YORK CITY�CBRE recently reported that Middle Eastern investors are expected to spend an estimated $15 billion per year on... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
UK has 'second tier' railwaysBritain's railways are in a second tier behind other European networks because
UK has 'second tier' railways
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 10 minutes ago
Britain's railways are in a second tier behind other European networks because of high fares, poor punctuality and a lack of high speed rail, according to a study. The research also found that rail services in Switzerland, Germany, France and the... Read more
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GlobeSt.com
Foreign Investors Flocking to Boston, Gateway US CitiesJohn Sullivan, DLA Piper BOSTON�Foreign investment has been fueling significan
Foreign Investors Flocking to Boston, Gateway US Cities
GlobeSt.com / Posted 10 minutes ago
John Sullivan, DLA Piper BOSTON�Foreign investment has been fueling significant commercial real estate acquisitions and developments so far this year in major US cities. With the Chinese economy slowing down, some expect that Far East investors may... Read more
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GlobeSt.com
The Single-Family Home Builder’s SecretMost new construction in South Florida targets high-end buyers from out of stat
The Single-Family Home Builder’s Secret
GlobeSt.com / Posted 10 minutes ago
Most new construction in South Florida targets high-end buyers from out of state or abroad. MIAMI�As buildable land becomes scarce and foreign investors continue to move into the single-family segment, there is a dearth of affordably priced single... Read more
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Market Watch
Eurozone inflation stays at low 0.2% annual rateEurozone consumer prices were barely higher than a year earlier in August, a de
Eurozone inflation stays at low 0.2% annual rate
Market Watch / Posted 10 minutes ago
Eurozone consumer prices were barely higher than a year earlier in August, a development likely to fuel speculation that the European Central Bank will have to expand its recently launched bond-buying program. After a long, steady decline in the... Read more
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Market Watch
Wall Street braces for losses as Dow futures fall 1%Stock futures pointed to opening losses for Wall Street on Monday, as a rocky m
Wall Street braces for losses as Dow futures fall 1%
Market Watch / Posted 10 minutes ago
Stock futures pointed to opening losses for Wall Street on Monday, as a rocky month closes out with fresh worries over China and no clear view on whether the U.S. Federal Reserve will hike U.S. interest rates in September. ”It seems like we simply... Read more
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Market Watch
The bottom is in... just not for the S&PThe Federal Reserve may have cooked up some master plan while cavorting in Wyom
The bottom is in... just not for the S&P
Market Watch / Posted 10 minutes ago
The Federal Reserve may have cooked up some master plan while cavorting in Wyoming over the weekend, but the markets aren’t exactly impressed. Or maybe it’s more about the mess in China. Whatever the reason, this Monday, like so many before, already... Read more
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The Aero-News Network
Bezos To Visit Cape Canaveral In SeptemberWill Make A 'Significant Announcement' About Blue Origin Blue Origin founder a
Bezos To Visit Cape Canaveral In September
The Aero-News Network / Posted 10 minutes ago
Will Make A 'Significant Announcement' About Blue Origin Blue Origin founder and Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos plans a trip to Cape Canaveral in Florida on September 15 for what is being called a "significant announcement regarding the commercial launch... Read more
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Ghanaweb.com
Journalists schooled on communicating economic freedomRegional News of Monday, 31 August 2015 A workshop on communicating economic f
Journalists schooled on communicating economic freedom
Ghanaweb.com / Posted 11 minutes ago
Regional News of Monday, 31 August 2015 A workshop on communicating economic freedom has ended at the Anita hotel at Ejisu in the Ashanti Region drawing together forty (40) journalists from different media houses across the country. The workshop... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
UK has 'second tier' railwaysBritain's railways are in a second tier behind other European networks because
UK has 'second tier' railways
Kingston Guardian / Posted 12 minutes ago
Britain's railways are in a second tier behind other European networks because of high fares, poor punctuality and a lack of high speed rail, according to a study. The research also found that rail services in Switzerland, Germany, France and the... Read more
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Surrey Advertiser
Council buy industrial estate for £8m as state funding tightensA spokesman for the local authority said the move, announced last Monday (Augus
Council buy industrial estate for £8m as state funding tightens
Surrey Advertiser / Posted 12 minutes ago
A spokesman for the local authority said the move, announced last Monday (August 24), had been made to ‘support and promote the local economic growth of the borough’. He explained that ‘ideas are currently being developed’ to bring the vacant... Read more
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Quincy Herald-Whig
Eurozone inflation stable at low rate of 0.2 percentBRUSSELS (AP) - Inflation in the 19-nation eurozone was stable in August at an
Eurozone inflation stable at low rate of 0.2 percent
Quincy Herald-Whig / Posted 12 minutes ago
BRUSSELS (AP) - Inflation in the 19-nation eurozone was stable in August at an annual rate of 0.2 percent, an official report shows - another weak figure that may help push the European Central Bank toward doing more economic stimulus. The European... Read more
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Scotsman
80 jobs saved at collapsed law firm McClure Naismith McClure Naismith fell into administration on Friday About 80 Scottish legal j
80 jobs saved at collapsed law firm McClure Naismith
Scotsman / Posted 14 minutes ago
McClure Naismith fell into administration on Friday About 80 Scottish legal jobs are to be saved after the administrators of the collapsed Glasgow-based law firm McClure Naismith revealed that... Read more
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Scotsman
Culzean oil and gas field given go-ahead At it's peak, the Culzean field will generate 5 per cent of the total UK suppl
Culzean oil and gas field given go-ahead
Scotsman / Posted 14 minutes ago
At it's peak, the Culzean field will generate 5 per cent of the total UK supply. Picture: PA THE biggest gas field found in the North Sea for more than a decade has been given the green light to start... Read more
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Business Standard India
Nifty ends below 8,000 as global stocks weaken; Q1 GDP eyedIndex heavyweights RIL, Infosys, HDFC and ICICI Bank were the top Sensex losers
Nifty ends below 8,000 as global stocks weaken; Q1 GDP eyed
Business Standard India / Posted 16 minutes ago
Index heavyweights RIL, Infosys, HDFC and ICICI Bank were the top Sensex losersIndex heavyweights RIL, Infosys, HDFC and ICICI Bank were the top Sensex losers Benchmark share indices ended... Read more
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