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Money divides blacks and whites in Ferguson

Money divides blacks and whites in Ferguson Across the country, racial segregation between communities is often coupled with a wide economic divide between blacks and whites. Ferguson, Missouri is no exception. From: CNNMoney Views: 22 4 ratingsTime: 01:37 More in News & Politics

Ferguson Protests: How Did We Get Here?

Ferguson Protests: How Did We Get Here? Aug. 15 (Bloomberg) -- University of Iowa Professor Colin Gordon discusses the plight of St Louis, MO and the protests taking place in the suburb of Ferguson. He speaks on “Bloomberg Surveillance... From: Bloomberg News Views: 222 3 ratingsTime: 04:24 More in News & Politics

Drive Safely with Navdy | Tech Yeah! | CNBC

Drive Safely with Navdy | Tech Yeah! | CNBC Navdy CEO & Co-Founder Doug Simpson explains how the Navdy's heads-up display wants to be the safer alternative to being on your smartphone while driving. » Subscribe to CNBC: http://cnb.cx/Subscr... From: CNBC Views: 6 0 ratingsTime: 02:24 More in News & Politics

How to Be a Millionaire by Playing Video Games

How to Be a Millionaire by Playing Video Games Aug. 15 (Bloomberg) -- Gamescom, the world's largest video game convention, is taking place in Cologne, Germany, with over 350000 people expected to attend. Among the fans are some of the... From: Bloomberg News Views: 0 0 ratingsTime: 01:50 More in News & Politics

Eyeball injections equal eye-popping profits

Eyeball injections equal eye-popping profits One of the hottest stocks in the S&P 500 is the biotech company Regeneron, which makes the drug Eylea. Yes, it's injected into your eye, and Medicare is spending hundreds of millions of dollars... From: CNNMoney Views: 203 5 ratingsTime: 03:20 More in News & Politics

ICBC Profit Grows at Slowest Pace Since 2009 – Wall Street Journal

03 September 2014

Wall Street Journal ICBC Profit Grows at Slowest Pace Since 2009Wall Street JournalICBC also reported rising nonperforming loans at the end of the first half, although they still make up only a tiny portion of its overall loan portfolio. Its outstanding nonperforming loans stood at 105.74 billion yuan at the end of June, up from […]

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UPDATE 6-Islamic State issues video of beheading of U.S. hostage

03 September 2014

* Group warns other nations off alliance with America (Adds comments from U.S. officials, Sotloff family spokeswoman, further reaction) Full News here – Reuters: Cyclical Consumer Goods

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Get your tax affairs in order

03 September 2014

Could the chancellor’s ‘surprise’ at the use of tax reliefs mean we all have to pay more? And when is the best time to get your tax affairs in order – April 5 or 6? Finally, we look at how big your deposit has to be to get a low mortgage rate Full News here […]

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Bankia’s bailout, free retail banking and cost cutting in investment banks

03 September 2014

The wider implications of the bailout of Spain’s second biggest bank, is it the end of the road for free banking in the UK, and are investment banks really cost cutting? Presented by Patrick Jenkins, with Sharlene Goff, Daniel Schäfer and Brooke Masters Full News here – Banking Weekly

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Barratt edges towards FTSE 100 exit door

03 September 2014

Barratt edges towards FTSE 100 exit door Financial Times – 8 hours ago Barratt Developments is one of the two most likely casualties of Wednesday's quarterly review of the FTSE 100 index, according to research by Société Générale. Direct Line To Join FTSE 100, IPOs To Drive FTSE 250 Entrants Again – London South East […]

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Santander Cuts Sale of Riskiest Bonds to 1.5 Billion Euros – Businessweek

03 September 2014

Santander Cuts Sale of Riskiest Bonds to 1.5 Billion EurosBusinessweekBanco Santander SA (SAN) cut a sale of the riskiest bank bonds to 1.5 billion euros ($ 2 billion) after saying it planned to issue as much as 2.5 billion euros. Spain's largest lender sold contingent capital notes that were priced to yield 6.25 percent …Santander […]

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Caixabank to Buy Barclays Retail Banking in Spain – Wall Street Journal

03 September 2014

Wall Street Journal Caixabank to Buy Barclays Retail Banking in SpainWall Street JournalCaixabank, Spain's third-largest bank by market capitalization, said Sunday evening in a statement that it would pay around €800 million ($ 1.05 billion) for Barclays retail banking business in Spain. The final price will depend on Barclays Spain's …CaixaBank to Buy Barclays's Spanish […]

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Euro hits one-year low versus dollar on ECB bets, pound falls – Reuters

03 September 2014

Reuters Euro hits one-year low versus dollar on ECB bets, pound fallsReutersThe euro hit a trough of $ 1.3110 EUR=EBS on trading platform EBS on Tuesday, its lowest since September 2013, before recovering to $ 1.3127 in U.S. trading, a slim 0.01 percent fall from Monday's close. U.S. financial markets were closed on Monday for […]

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UK fund star Woodford dumps HSBC on banking fine inflation fears – Reuters UK

03 September 2014

Reuters UK UK fund star Woodford dumps HSBC on banking fine inflation fearsReuters UKFrom the $ 1.9 billion paid by HSBC in 2012 over money laundering to the $ 16.7 billion set to be paid by Bank of America over its role in selling toxic mortgages, fines were increasing, Woodford said, and looked to be […]

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The Wall Street Journal: J.P. Morgan in talks to sell oil-supply agreement

03 September 2014

J.P. Morgan is in talks to sell its oil-supply agreement with a major Philadelphia refinery to Bank of America. Full News here – MarketWatch.com – Top Stories

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