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China Partially Lifts Restrictions On Gold Imports

Last week a surprising report emerged from Reuters, namely that as part of its escalating capital controls, Chinese authorities have curbed private gold imports since May as the trade war escalated in a move that could be aimed at curbing outflows...
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Boeing Jumps On Reuters Report Of Record 737 Production Target... If Faa Gives Regulatory Clearance

The Dow has managed to levitate into the red following a Reuters report that sent the stock of Dow heavyweight Boeing higher, according to which Boeing told suppliers it will resume production of its best-selling 737 jets at a rate of 52 aircraft...
Related topics: Boeing, Federal Aviation Administration

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Alibaba Is Reportedly Delaying Its Multibillion-dollar Hong Kong Ipo Due To Massive Protests...

Alibaba will reportedly postpone its multibillion-dollar Hong Kong initial public offering due to rising political instability and protests within the city, according to Reuters.  The deal was originally supposed to go into motion in August,...
Related topics: Hong Kong, Initial Public Offering, Protests

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Texas Executes Man Convicted Of Abducting, Killing College Student

Aug 21 (Reuters) - Texas on Wednesday put to death a man found guilty of the rape and murder of a 19-year-old college student in an execution that followed arguments from the inmate's attorneys that authorities ignored key evidence that would...

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Who Study Finds No Evidence Of Health Concerns From Microplastics In Drinking Water

The World Health Organization says that the tiny particles of plastic found everywhere in the environment do not appear to pose any significant risk to human health.(Image credit: Eric Gaillard/Reuters)
Related topics: Medical Research

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Trump Says He’s ‘the Chosen One’

President Trump said his life would be easier if he had not mounted a trade war with China but said “I am the chosen one” to take on Beijing, Reuters reports. He added: “Somebody had to do it, so I’m taking on China. I’m taking on China on...
Related topics: China, Beijing

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Trader: Getting Rich Off The Greater Fools Has Worked Wonderfully...until Today

Jeff Gundlach, CEO of DoubleLine Capital, told Reuters last night that The Fed has lost control of interest rates: “What else do you need to call it an inversion?” Gundlach said in a telephone interview. “Everyone is parsing all of these...
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Walmart Sues Tesla For Negligence After Repeated Solar System Fires

Aug 20 (Reuters) - Walmart Inc on Tuesday sued Tesla Inc, accusing it of "widespread negligence" that led to repeated fires of its solar systems and asking a court to force Tesla to remove solar panels from more than 240 of its U.S. stores.Read...
Related topics: Tesla, Space

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Tiny Nevada Town Near Secretive Area 51 Braces For Alien Hunters

RACHEL, Nevada, Aug 21 (Reuters) - Connie West, co-owner of an alien-themed motel in the tiny U.S. desert outpost of Rachel, Nevada, believes they are coming no matter what. Not aliens, but alien hunters.Read more...

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Hong Kong Bank Warns Protests Could Hurt Economy

A major Hong Kong bank on Wednesday warned that protests in the city could harm the economy in both Hong Kong and mainland China, Reuters reported.Bank of East Asia warned that the unrest could reverberate.“The tense atmosphere [in Hong Kong] is...
Related topics: Hong Kong, Protests, China

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Shock In Denmark After Trump, Spurned Over Greenland, Cancels Visit

COPENHAGEN, Aug 21 (Reuters) - Danes expressed shock and disbelief on Wednesday over U.S. President Donald Trump's cancellation of a state visit to Denmark after its prime minister rebuffed his interest in purchasing Greenland.Read more...
Related topics: Denmark, Donald Trump, Copenhagen

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Thousands Of Central American Migrants Take Free Rides Home Courtesy Of U.s. Government

Aug 21 (Reuters) - More than 2,000 Central American migrants seeking to settle in the United States have given up and accepted free rides home under a 10-month-old program funded by the U.S. government and run by a United Nations agency, according...

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China Wants To Build A Grains "superhighway" In Argentina 

China has stepped away from US agriculture imports and said it would bid on a project that could create a grains superhighway in Argentina, reported Reuters. Chinese state-owned construction company (CCCC) is readying a bid that would allow it to...
Related topics: China, Argentina

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Aramco Asks Banks To Submit Proposals For Role In Mega Ipo (again)

Authored by Julianne Geiger via OilPrice.com, The Aramco IPO is one step closer to reality, with Saudi Arabia’s state-run oil company seeking proposals from banks who wish to fulfill various roles in the much-anticipated IPO, Reuters sources...
Related topics: Banking, Initial Public Offering, Saudi Arabia

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Us Steel Laying Off Nearly 200 Michigan Workers

U.S. Steel will reportedly lay off nearly 200 workers at a plant in Michigan.The company said in a filing that it expects to let the workers go for six months or more after production halts at the facility, according to Reuters.The company...

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Google Stops Sharing Android User Data That Helped Carriers Plan Coverage

Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Google is ending a service that saw it share Android data with wireless carriers globally to help them better understand the network coverage they provided, the company has confirmed. Reuters reports that...
Related topics: Google, Android, Mobile Technology

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Plans Detailed For First Us Mission To Land On Moon Since Apollo

The first American spacecraft expected to land on the moon in nearly 50 years will be a robotic moon lander built by closely held Astrobotic Technology and launched in two years by United Launch Alliance's Vulcan rocket, the companies told Reuters...
Related topics: Moon, Space, Spacecrafts, Robots

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Survey Shows Japanese Companies Back Abe’s Plan To Curb Exports To South Korea

Three-quarters of companies in the monthly Reuters Corporate Survey approved Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s tough trade stance against South Korea, including his explanations for curbing exports to South Korea of materials used to make computer chips.
Related topics: Polls, South Korea

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Iran Warns U.s. Not To Interfere As Gilbraltar Releases Oil Tanker

DUBAI, (Reuters) — An Iranian tanker headed through the Mediterranean towards Greece on Monday after it was released from detention off Gibraltar, and Tehran said that any at U.S. move to seize the vessel again would have "heavy consequences."Read...
Related topics: Iran, United Arab Emirates, Dubai, Greece, Tehran

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2084: Is Donald Trump Big Brother?

Tom EngelhardtWe are, in other words, already on a dystopian planet. (Photo Detail: Jim Bourg/Reuters, Paneikon)
Related topics: Donald Trump, Entertainment Photos

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