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The US dollar’s bull market not yet over

The US Dollar Index’s fall from grace from 102.60 in January to 93.50 now was due to myriad political, financial, data driven and positioning factors. One, President Trump has been enable to boost US GDP growth to the 3 per cent level he promised in his campaign. First quarter US …

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Collins says subsidy threats destabilize insurance markets

In remarks on a Sunday morning news show, Sen. Susan Collins said she was “troubled by the uncertainty” created by the Trump administration around a subsidy that allows low-income people to afford health coverage under the Affordable Care Act. In response to a question from Chuck Todd, host of Meet …

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Our Brave New ‘Markets’ | Seeking Alpha

How HFT algorithms risk a massive sudden sell-off One thing is clear: These aren’t your daddy’s markets anymore. Why? Because about 10 years ago, the Rise of the Machines (aka high frequency trading algorithms) completely altered the terrain of what we call the “capital markets.” Let’s look at this as …

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Farmers Markets | News | sharonherald.com

• Farrell Farmers Market, 7 a.m. to noon Tuesdays and Saturdays, Federal Street and Wallis Avenue. • Greenville Farmers Market, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays through Nov. 2 next to Central Park.  • Hermitage Growers and Artisans Market, 4 to 7 p.m. Fridays, Pa. National Guard Armory. • Olde …

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Cochin Shipyard, SIS (India) to hit markets this week

New Delhi, July 30:   Cochin Shipyard and Security and Intelligence Services (India) will hit the market this week with initial share sale offer to raise over Rs 2,000 crore. Bidding for the shares of Security and Intelligence Services will begin from July 31-August 2, while that of Cochin Shipyard will …

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