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Kwarteng to meet high street bank chiefs amid mortgage market freeze | Business News
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Executives from Britain’s biggest high street banks have been summoned for talks with Kwasi Kwarteng amid concerns about the impact of recent financial
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OPEC and Russia to Meet, With a Big Cut in Oil Output on the Table
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OPEC and its allies, including Russia, are widely expected to approve a sizable cut in oil production in order to bolster prices when officials meet in
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After the Storm, the Mold: Warming Is Worsening Another Costly Disaster
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On Tuesday morning, six days after Hurricane Ian tore through southwestern Florida, Alvaro “Moe” Zuluaga and his team of mold remediators walked through
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Economists Nervously Eye the Bank of England’s Market Rescue
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Under ordinary circumstances, these conditions would lead the Bank of England to do even more to bring down the inflation it had already been fighting
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Facebook Winds Down Its Newsletter Service
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Facebook is shuttering its Bulletin subscription service, ending its attempt to compete with Substack and other newsletter services. Facebook, which is
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This Indian Factory Makes Soft Toys From Cigarette Stubs
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NEW DELHI: Sitting on the floor of a house on the outskirts of New Delhi, women smile and chat as they fill brightly coloured toy bears with white stuffing
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Drivers missing out on 10p cut in petrol prices, says RAC | UK News
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Motorists are being denied a further 10p cut in petrol prices because retailers have hiked their profit margins, according to the RAC. The motoring organisation
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Amazon Suspends Staten Island Workers After Protest Over Warehouse Fire
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Amazon on Tuesday suspended more than two dozen employees at a large warehouse on Staten Island who had refused to work their shift the previous evening
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Climate Change for Preschoolers: ‘Octonauts’ Explores Unmapped Ground
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Four-year-old Francis Gaskin, who lives with his family in Houston, has a favorite episode of his favorite new Netflix cartoon: When the Amazon rainforest
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US National Debt Tops $31 Trillion for First Time
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WASHINGTON — America’s gross national debt exceeded $31 trillion for the first time on Tuesday, a grim financial milestone that arrived just as the nation’s
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Area Man Is Arrested for Parody. The Onion Files a Supreme Court Brief.
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“Falsely copying an official warning along with a claim to be the authentic Facebook page is not parody,” Mr. Rezie said, adding that Mr.
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Rupee Stages A Sharp Comeback To 81.54 A Dollar From Monday’s Near Record Low
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The rupee recovers to 81.54 a dollar from Monday’s close of 81.88 The rupee recovered to gain sharply against the dollar on Tuesday from near record
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Trading in Twitter shares halted as Elon Musk ‘plans to buy social media company for original offer price’ | Business News
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Trading in Twitter shares was halted as the stock spiked following reports that Elon Musk is planning to buy the company for his original offer price.
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A 95-Square-Foot Tokyo Apartment: ‘I Wouldn’t Live Anywhere Else’
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TOKYO — At the end of a long day at work in the offices of Japan’s professional baseball league, Asumi Fujiwara returned to her apartment and changed into pajamas.
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Saudi Arabia and Russia May Find Their Oil Pricing Power Limited
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“Not that big a deal,” said Rusty Braziel, executive chairman of RBN Energy, another Houston consulting firm. But, he added, “an OPEC Plus cut will definitely
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Job Openings Fell in August, but Turnover Was Little Changed
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Employers continued to ease off the number of jobs they were hiring for in August, but not by much, adding to the picture of a labor market that’s cooling
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New York Public Radio Names LaFontaine Oliver as Next C.E.O.
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New York Public Radio has a new leader after a monthslong national search: LaFontaine Oliver, a veteran public radio executive. In an announcement on Tuesday
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Add These 2022’s 10 Biggest Dividend Paying Midcap Stock To 2023 Watchlist
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List of top ten midcap stocks which have paid the highest dividends for 2022 Indian share markets are on a roller coaster ride once again.
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HSBC weighs multibillion pound Canada sale amid Ping An siege | Business News
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HSBC Holdings is exploring a multibillion pound sale of its operations in Canada in what would mark a significant retreat from its presence in North America.
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Robert Ferrante, News-Driven Producer at CBS and NPR, Dies at 87
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After 11 years at WGBH, Mr. Ferrante was hired by CBS News in 1982 to create and serve as executive producer of “Nightwatch,” broadcast from 2 a.
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Journalist Percy Lapid Is Fatally Shot in the Philippines
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MANILA — A news radio host who had been a prominent critic of President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. of the Philippines was fatally shot in his car during an ambush
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Sensex Rallies Over 1,000 Points On Global Stocks Surge After UK Policy U-Turn
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Stock Market India: Sensex rallies over 1,000 points Indian equity benchmarks recovered sharply on Tuesday from deep losses in the previous session, tracking
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Glacially slow progress on gender equality as 96% of CEOs of Britain’s largest public companies are men | Business News
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Only 1 in 25 of CEOs in Britain’s largest publicly companies are women, according to a new report. Analysis of senior leadership in the FTSE 350
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London’s Heathrow Airport to End Passenger Cap in Late October
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Heathrow Airport said on Monday that it would lift its temporary passenger cap, which limits the airport’s capacity to 100,000 departing passengers per day, on Oct.
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Three Ways to Build Back Smarter After Hurricane Ian
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Big storms more becoming more common. That makes it crucial to take climate change into account when rebuilding. Source link
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Less Turnover, Smaller Raises: Hot Job Market May Be Losing Its Sizzle
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Last year, Klaussner Home Furnishings was so desperate for workers that it began renting billboards near its headquarters in Asheboro, N.
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Will Smith Film ‘Emancipation’ Will Be Released in December
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The Will Smith film “Emancipation” — the actor’s first since his infamous slap at the Oscars this year — will be released in December, making it eligible
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Tata Motors Total Domestic Sales Up 44% At 80,633 Units In September
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Tata Motors had dispatched 55,988 units to dealers in September 2021. New Delhi: Tata Motors on Saturday said its total domestic sales increased by 44
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Credit Suisse has stumbled from one crisis to another — but the panic is possibly overdone | Business News
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It never rains but only pours at Credit Suisse. Switzerland’s second largest lender has stumbled from one crisis to another in recent years.
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These Job-Training Programs Work, and May Show Others the Way
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For Amber Mitchell Ikpe, learning computer software skills was only part of the experience at Year Up, a nonprofit job training program.
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Credit Suisse Takes a Hit Over Investor Fears
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Shares in the troubled Swiss banking giant sunk on Monday as investors worry it may not pull off a risky turnaround plan. Source link
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Crypto Lender Celsius Not Seeking Payments For Outstanding Loans
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Celsius filed for bankruptcy in July. Bankrupt crypto lender Celsius Network said on Friday it is not seeking to enforce payment obligations for outstanding
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Cost of living: Price of groceries could go up by £1.7bn as carbon dioxide price surges | UK News
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The price of groceries could surge by £1.7bn due to the cost of carbon dioxide rising by as much as 3000%, new analysis has shown. The UK’
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OPEC Plus Considering Major Production Cut to Prop Up Oil Prices
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OPEC Plus, the oil producers’ group, is considering announcing a major cut in production when it meets on Wednesday, according to a person familiar with
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TVS Motor Reports 9% Increase In Total Sales In September
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TVS Motor sold a total of 3,47,156 units in September last year. New Delhi: TVS Motor Company on Saturday reported a 9 per cent increase in total sales
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Train firm rolls out water spray tech to tackle ‘leaves on line’ autumnal delays | UK News
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Leaves on the line disrupting train services promise to be a thing of the past for many more travellers with new technology being introduced by a major
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Tesla Sold 343,000 Vehicles in Third Quarter, an Increase
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Tesla said on Sunday that it sold 343,830 electric vehicles worldwide in the third quarter, more than the same period a year ago, when it delivered 241,391 vehicles.
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Mystery Solved: ‘Dateline’ Finds Path From TV to Podcast Stardom
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Of course, true crime and podcasts go hand in hand. The Hulu comedy “Only Murders in the Building” is explicitly a parody of the ubiquitousness of the genre.
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India’s Unemployment Rate Drops To 6.43% In September: Report
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The unemployment rate in the rural areas fell to 5.84 per cent in September. Mumbai: India’s unemployment rate has drastically dropped to 6.
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Liz Truss admits ‘disruption’ to UK economy but stands by forecast-free mini-budget | Politics News
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Liz Truss has for the first time acknowledged that «there has been disruption» to the UK economy following last week’s mini budget.
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Backing Lindt, Swiss Court Orders Lidl to ‘Destroy’ Its Chocolate Bunnies
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The face-off pitted two chocolate bunnies against one another and only one, it seemed, could survive. In one corner was the chocolate bunny wrapped in
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U.S. Suit Over Alliance of American Airlines and JetBlue Goes to Trial
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A Justice Department effort to break up an alliance between American Airlines and JetBlue Airways is set to go to trial in Boston on Tuesday morning, part
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Nirmala Sitharaman Says We Cannot Afford To Lose Sheen Of Insolvency And Bankruptcy Code
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Nirmala Sitharaman said that «we cannot have stress signals go unnoticed». New Delhi: Union Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Saturday said insolvency
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British Steel’s Chinese owner seeks huge government aid package | Business News
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The owners of Britain’s second-biggest steel producer are seeking an urgent package of financial support from taxpayers amid renewed fears for thousands
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British Ruling Pins Blame on Social Media for Teenager’s Suicide
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In January 2019, Mr. Russell went public with Molly’s story. Outraged that his young daughter could view such bleak content so easily and convinced that
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Hospitals in Coastal Cities Risk Flooding Even in ‘Weak’ Hurricanes, Study Finds
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The authors noted that the Southeast Louisiana Veterans Health Care Center in New Orleans, built to replace a hospital that had been destroyed by Hurricane
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The British Pound Is on Parity Watch
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Sterling under pressure, again U.S. stock futures are looking up this morning, extending the market calm seen in Asia and Europe after yesterday’s whipsawing action.
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Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman Says Inflation At Manageable Level
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Nirmala Sitharaman said we are in an era of robust economic activities. New Delhi: Finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Saturday said inflation is at
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Elon Musk debuts Tesla’s first humanoid robot with eye on mass market | Business News
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Elon Musk has unveiled a prototype of Tesla’s humanoid robot Optimus, which the electric car maker aims to mass produce in the millions and sell
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House Postpones Congressional Stock-Trading Bill Vote
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But instead of embracing Ms. Spanberger’s measure, Ms. Pelosi dispatched a close ally, Representative Zoe Lofgren, Democrat of California and the chairwoman
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US Penalizes Chinese Companies for Aiding Iran’s Oil Exports
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WASHINGTON — The Biden administration announced on Thursday that it would impose sanctions on two Chinese companies that transport and store Iranian oil
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The Supreme Court’s Business Docket
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The DealBook newsletter delves into a single topic or theme every weekend, providing reporting and analysis that offers a better understanding of an important
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Maruti Suzuki Reports Over Two-Fold Increase In Sales At 1,76,306 Units In September
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Exports jumped to 21,403 units from 17,565 units in the corresponding month last year. New Delhi: The country’s largest carmaker Maruti Suzuki India
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Train services set to be crippled by fresh strike, as Royal Mail staff walk out for second day | UK News
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Rail passengers have been urged to only travel if «absolutely necessary» today as members of four trade unions stage a 24-hour walkout.
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Biden’s Plan for Student Loans Attracts Lawsuits, Scams and Confusion
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Scott Buchanan, the executive director of the Student Loan Servicing Alliance, a trade group representing loan servicers, said that since the program was
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Even as Oil Prices Ease, U.S. Keeps Tapping Strategic Reserve
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Since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, President Biden has overseen the largest sale of oil from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve ever, to ease prices at the gasoline pump.
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Liz Truss’ Woes Multiply After Media Blitz
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LONDON — For Prime Minister Liz Truss, it was a chance to steady the waters after days of turmoil in the financial markets over her new fiscal plan: eight
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Porsche Takes off in Trading Debut
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Shares in the sportscar maker gained on Thursday, outperforming the wider market. Source link
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Forex Reserves Notches Steepest Drop In 6 Months
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The country’s reserves were $545.65 billion at the end of the previous week. MUMBAI: The foreign exchange reserves fell to $537.52 billion in the
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UK economy: September financial curse strikes again — and beware of October economic horrors | Business News
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September has a deserved reputation for being a troublesome month in financial markets. It was, for example, the month in which Black Wednesday saw sterling
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U.K. Borrowers React to Soaring Interest Rates in Mortgage Market
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“I feel like I’ve done everything right,” Ms. Young said. “I’ve played by the rules,” she said, adding that she felt she had no control over what had been
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Nick Holonyak Jr., Pioneer of LED Lighting, Is Dead at 93
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Nick Holonyak Jr., an electrical engineer who became known as the godfather of the LED lighting that illuminates flat-screen TVs and laptop computers
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August PCE Inflation Data Shows Prices Are Stubbornly High
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The Federal Reserve’s preferred inflation gauge remained elevated in August, data released on Friday showed, further evidence that the central bank is
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The Markets Face a Rare Double Decline
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The ties that bind Technology stocks have long been seen as the market’s most rewarding but riskiest investments. Bonds have the opposite reputation.
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Hurricane Ian Brings Wind, Rain and TikTok Followers
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Despite living in an evacuation zone, Alecsander Haake did not leave his home in the St. Petersburg area in advance of Hurricane Ian. “My mom had work
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Did You Sell an Old Desk Online? You May Receive a Tax Form.
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The change is not meant to apply to people who are receiving payments as gifts or as reimbursements from friends after splitting the cost of a restaurant
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HDFC Raises Interest Rate By 0.50%, EMIs To Increase
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This is the seventh rate increase undertaken by HDFC in the last five months. New Delhi: Mortgage lender HDFC Ltd on Friday hiked its lending rate by 50
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<a href='https://news.sky.com/story/house-prices-citroen-and-a-more-sustainable-london-marathon-12708209'>House prices, Citroen and a more
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Health Insurance Guide: Navigating Coverage in Your 20s
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Georgia Lee Hussey, the chief executive of Modernist Financial, a planning firm in Portland, Ore., that helps clients make financial decisions aligned
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Gas Flares Might Release More Methane Than Thought, Study Finds
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The oil industry practice of burning unwanted methane is less effective than previously assumed, scientists said Thursday, resulting in new estimates for
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Inflation Has Hit Tenants Hard. What About Their Landlords?
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Geography also matters. Even among the largest landlords, those with a presence in Sun Belt cities such as Miami, Tampa, Nashville and Phoenix saw far
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NASA May Let Billionaire Astronaut and SpaceX Lift Hubble Telescope
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After his successful mission, called Inspiration4, to orbit last year, Mr. Isaacman announced Polaris, a follow-up collaboration with SpaceX that would
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Rupee Gains Further Against US Dollar After RBI’s Rate Hike
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Rupee was trading at 81.61 against the American currency at noon. Mumbai: The rupee witnessed range-bound movement on Friday and was trading 12 paise higher at 81.
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De La Rue activist Crystal Amber seeks board seat at banknote printer | Business News
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De La Rue, the London-listed banknote printer, is facing demands for a board seat from one of its biggest investors amid discontent at its poor performance.
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Republican-led States Sue to Block Biden’s Student Loan Debt Relief
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WASHINGTON — Six Republican-led states took legal action Thursday to block President Biden from wiping away billions of dollars in student loan debt, even
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Downpours From Ian Prompt Florida Treatment Plants to Release Waste
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As of Thursday afternoon, excess water from Hurricane Ian had prompted at least a dozen wastewater treatment facilities in Florida to discharge either
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Britain’s Gamble on Tax Cuts has Economists Warning of Past Mistakes
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A stunning rebuke from the International Monetary Fund this week underscored one of the biggest risks of the new British government’s plan to slash taxes
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David Gottesman, 96, Wall St. Power and Warren Buffett Partner, Dies
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In a phone interview on Thursday, Mr. Buffett said that deal proved decisive for both of their careers. Mr. Gottesman, Mr. Buffett and another partner
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Confused by the New Mortgage Gimmicks? Here’s a Guide.
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Adjustable-Rate Mortgages More people are turning to adjustable-rate mortgages, or ARMs, which start out with a lower, fixed rate for a set period — say
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Government Hikes Interest Rates On Some Small Savings Schemes By Up To 30 Bps In Q3
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With regard to Kisan Credit Card, the government has revised both tenure and interest rates. New Delhi: The government on Thursday raised rates on some
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Powerful group of cross-party MPs demands chancellor brings forward full economic forecast and budget | Politics News
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A powerful group of cross-party MPs has demanded the chancellor release a full economic forecast by the end of October — a month earlier than planned.
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How McKinsey Got Into the Business of Addiction
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McKinsey now had another reason to back away from Big Tobacco. But the tobacco companies wanted to keep selling cigarettes, so McKinsey stayed to help
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Low Flood Insurance Rates Will Compound Costs of Hurricane Ian
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Most of the Florida homes in the path of Hurricane Ian lack flood insurance, posing a major challenge to rebuilding efforts, new data show.
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U.S. Economy Weaker Than Thought in Year’s First Half, by One Measure
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A key measure of U.S. economic output grew more slowly in the first half of the year than previously believed, government data released Thursday showed.
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Porsche Shares Jump in Blockbuster Market Debut
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Amid fears of recession, tumbling stock prices and heightened market turmoil, the biggest market debut of the year is that of a carmaker whose vehicles
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Bill Plante, CBS News’s Man at the White House, Dies at 84
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Bill Plante, who was one of the leading correspondents for CBS News for more than half a century, covering the civil rights movement, the Vietnam War
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Current Account Deficit Widens To 2.8% Of GDP In Q1 Of 2022-23: RBI
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India’s current account surplus stood at USD 6.6 billion. Mumbai: India’s current account deficit, a key indicator of the balance of payment
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Next cuts sales and profit guidance as it eyes ‘uncertain’ winter ahead | Business News
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Next, the fashion to homewares retailer, has cut its sales forecast for the second half of its financial year and annual profit guidance because of the tough economy.
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MacKenzie Scott, Billionaire Philanthropist, Files for Divorce
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Less than two years after announcing their intention to give away a vast fortune together, the billionaire philanthropist MacKenzie Scott and her husband
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Sabotaged Pipelines and a Mystery: Who Did It?
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BERLIN — Two days after a pair of explosions under the Baltic Sea apparently ruptured giant natural gas pipelines from Russia to Germany, the consensus
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To Calm Markets, Bank of England Will Buy Bonds on ‘Whatever Scale Is Necessary’
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The speed of the rise in bond yields had also disrupted Britain’s mortgage market, with some lenders pulling offers on new mortgages because they had become
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‘Act of Sabotage’ Hits Europe’s Energy and Stocks Markets
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Europe faces a winter without Russian gas There is still no official explanation for what caused the explosions that ruptured the Nord Stream 1 and 2 pipelines
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Pete Souza’s Obama Book Cuts Obama Out of the Picture
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On Barack Obama’s last day as president, Pete Souza climbed atop a ladder and took a striking photograph of White House aides rifling through the drawers
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Rupee Recovers From Record Low, Reflecting A Broader Relief Rally In Risk Assets
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Rupee off record lows in relief rally, but still weak ahead of RBI The rupee gained some ground early on Thursday to recover from a record low in the previous
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How a pensions technicality threatened to undermine the entire financial system | Business News
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The Bank of England’s intervention in the bond markets was prompted by a need to address a technicality in pension investments that threatened to
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Google to Make Search and Maps More ‘Immersive’
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Google’s search engine looks a little different these days. Results pages are now often filled with shopping items, maps, news articles, information bulletins
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Protests in Prague Signal a Troubled Winter Ahead in Europe
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“They may think they have no other place to express their displeasure,” he said. The far right is having a resurgence across Europe. This week, the Brothers
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In an Echo of History, the British Pound Has Lost Its Dominance
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Over the centuries, British leaders have often gone to extraordinary lengths to protect the pound’s value, viewing its strength as a sign of the country’s
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Lululemon Hopes to Showcase Home Fitness Business With Membership Program
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Lululemon, the athleisure apparel brand, said on Wednesday that it was expanding the reach of Mirror, its interactive fitness start-up, and making it a
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U.S. and Russia Duel Over Leadership of U.N. Tech Group
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WASHINGTON — The United States and Russia are tussling over control of a United Nations organization that sets standards for new technologies, part of