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  • US employers add 178K jobs as unemployment sinks to 4.6 percent

    US employers add 178K jobs as unemployment sinks to 4.6 percent

    The Labor department report informed, "The number of job losers and persons who completed temporary jobs edged down by 194,000 to 3.6 million in November". The problem is that the market, and the Fed, is increasingly fixed on the quality of jobs and the higher wages that go along with them. The jobless rate fell 0.3 percentage point to 4.6 percent as labor participation dropped for a second month.

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  • Bowe Bergdahl appeals to Obama for pardon

    Bowe Bergdahl appeals to Obama for pardon

    On Saturday, White House officials confirmed Bergdahl has submitted a clemency request seeking leniency. If convicted, the soldier faces a potential maximum sentence of life in prison. service member known to be held captive there. Bergdahl's story was catalogued in season two of the popular NPR podcast Serial , which included lengthy interviews he did with a movie producer, during which he recounts his brutal treatment at the hands of the Taliban.

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  • Washington presidential elector joins anti-Trump movement

    Washington presidential elector joins anti-Trump movement

    That makes Guerra at least the second Washington state elector seeking to sway the upcoming Electoral College vote. "I stand behind Hamilton electors ", Guerra said, in a statement to the Guardian Wednesday. Among the names of Republicans his group would back are former Secretary of State Colin Powell, former Utah governor Jon Huntsman and Ohio Gov. John Kasich.

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  • Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac soar on Mnuchin comments

    Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac soar on Mnuchin comments

    Real estate people in the past anxious that an all-private USA home mortgage market will be dominated by lenders who demand bigger down payments and higher interest rates, reducing homeownership and construction and slowing the economy. More immediately, Federal Reserve policymakers are expected to raise the central bank's benchmark rate at their December 13-14 meeting for the first time in almost a year.

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  • Petition calls for new UK 5-pound bank note to be 'fat

    Petition calls for new UK 5-pound bank note to be 'fat

    An online petition against the notes, started by campaigner Doug Maw, was signed by more than 13,000 supporters in less than 24 hours. Britain's new £5 note contains animal fat , the Bank of England confirmed on Twitter . "Offensive and a disgrace to all vegans and vegetarians", he tweeted. However, considering the £10 note and the £20 note are both scheduled to use the same process by 2020, it's not looking likely.

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  • Coca-Cola Company (The) (NYSE:KO) Valuation According To Analysts

    Coca-Cola Company (The) (NYSE:KO) Valuation According To Analysts

    Choate Invest reported 51,041 shares or 0% of all its holdings. Thrivent Financial For Lutherans holds 0.24% or 1.09 million shares in its portfolio. In contrast to the year ago quarter EPS was at 0.5. The original version of this article can be viewed at https://www.com-unik.info/2016/11/29/coca-cola-co-ko-downgraded-by-vetr-inc-to-buy.html. Consolidated had its "buy" rating reiterated by analysts at Deutsche Bank.

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  • Revelers cheer amid police at Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade

    Grace VanderWaal just performed in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade for the first time and it's such a cool moment as she was once a spectator at the event! The parade ends at Macy's flagship store on 34th Street. People sit at a window and watch the Elf on a Shelf balloon outside. She says: "You can't spend your life worrying about what could happen". "We are aware of some of the reports that have been out there, but I want to assure all New Yorkers there's no credible and specific ...

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  • Euro zone business activity in November highest since last December

    Euro zone business activity in November highest since last December

    Euro zone inflation has risen in baby steps in recent months, hitting 0.5% in October, and if the trend of strengthening price pressures continues, it could dampen expectations of further policy easing from the European Central Bank. Germany continued to be a growth driver among euro-area economies and France was enjoying its best expansionary spell since the start of the year, according to Markit.

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  • Airport, roads extra busy this Thanksgiving week

    Airport, roads extra busy this Thanksgiving week

    Still, that's 2.5 cents higher than a year ago. But the TSA has enrolled only 4 million travelers into the program - dubbed TSA PreCheck - and now it has halted plans to employ new private vendors to help register passengers for the program.

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  • Lufthansa Pilots Union Threatens Strike On Wednesday

    The Cockpit union said Monday that pilots of all short- and long-haul flights out of Germany will go on strike all of Wednesday. The cancellations are the latest disruption to Lufthansa's operations in a long-running pay dispute and the airline said that 876 out of roughly 3,000 flights scheduled for Wednesday have been cancelled, affecting about 100,000 passengers.

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  • British households lose £1.2 trillion of wealth since Brexit vote

    British households lose £1.2 trillion of wealth since Brexit vote

    Brexit has wiped $1.5 trillion off the wealth of British households after the decision to quit the European Union, according to a report. The surprise result of the 23 June vote triggered a 15 per cent drop in the pound this year and sent stock market to its biggest one-day drop since the 2008 financial crisis.

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  • Sea of foam dissipates as crews clean up

    Sea of foam dissipates as crews clean up

    The foam was deep enough to cover cars on the street and nearly bury stop signs. The foam is a chemical and created to put out jet-fuel fires. In his years working with the Fire Department Matlow has taught about foam deluge systems, but has never seen one go off.

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  • Obama to meet Australia, Canada leaders before return to US

    Obama to meet Australia, Canada leaders before return to US

    Donald Trump's election has upended the annual APEC leaders' summit where world leaders sought to calm frayed nerves and emphasize that there are ways to save a massive trade deal that the president-elect has vowed to kill. Recounting the meeting which was held earlier in the day, Mr Yasuhisa Kawamura noted that the U.S. had signalled its intention to make "additional efforts" to get the country and its people to understand the importance of the TPP.

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  • UN Rapporteur Criticizes Criminalization of Migrants by Australia

    UN Rapporteur Criticizes Criminalization of Migrants by Australia

    The Department of Immigration and Border Protection said in a statement it did not accept some Crepeau's observations on Australia's compliance with global obligations and human rights principles. And rights groups worry such a deal wouldn't be honored by President-elect Donald Trump, who has voiced a harder stance on immigration, especially Muslims.

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  • NY mayor tells Trump will ´protect´ immigrants

    NY mayor tells Trump will ´protect´ immigrants

    Trump has vowed to deport or incarcerate as many as three million undocumented immigrants with criminal records after he takes office on January 20. Mayor de Blasio, who did not go into whether he visited the Trump ice cream parlor. "But I will say the traffic situation is a very real problem".

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  • Subaru SUV concept foreshadows upcoming family hauler

    Subaru SUV concept foreshadows upcoming family hauler

    Cutting an imposing figure, the Viziv-7 appears to a jacked-up version of the current Outback, albeit with plenty of design cues from Subaru's previous Viziv concepts. Boasting a look that could go into production as early as tomorrow, and seating for up to seven people, it's a prime example of what we'll see from Subaru come 2018.

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  • Asian stocks rebound sharply as markets digest Trump win

    Asian stocks rebound sharply as markets digest Trump win

    Pricing in a possible Trump victory, Dow futures were down 4.3 percent or 791 points at 17,496.00 and S&P futures had dropped 5.0 percent to 2,028.60. "There will be short-term volatility following the Trump victory but this is going to be short-lived, much like Brexit", said Joshua Crabb, Hong Kong-based head of Asian equities at a unit of Old Mutual Plc.

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  • No plans to launch Rs 1000 notes for now: Jaitley

    No plans to launch Rs 1000 notes for now: Jaitley

    The minister firmly ruled out any reconsideration of the demonetisation decision. Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal and West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee today held a protest in the capital in front of the Rserve Bank of India and gave the government a three-day ultimatum to roll back the decision.

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  • Justice Dept. files criminal charges against former Valeant exec

    Justice Dept. files criminal charges against former Valeant exec

    Federal prosecutors are filing criminal charges against former executives of Valeant Pharmaceuticals and a mail-order pharmacy it helped to establish as the backlash against skyrocketing drug prices grows. As part of the option agreement, Davenport personally received over $40 million from Valeant as a beneficial owner of Philidor . When asked directly by Valeant representatives about whether he had a financial stake in Philidor , Tanner denied it, according to the complaint.

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