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  • George Soros Has 1 Billion More Reasons to Hate Donald Trump

    George Soros Has 1 Billion More Reasons to Hate Donald Trump

    But there's one thing he didn't see coming: that the American people would elect an impetuous poster child for bad toupees to be their next president, and that the markets would like it. The financial experts suggest that George Soros lost about $1 billion in November. His hedge fund, Soros Fund Management, manages approximately $30 billion for Soros and his family.

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  • Short Term PT Update on General Motors Company (NYSE:GM)

    Short Term PT Update on General Motors Company (NYSE:GM)

    Ford Motor Company has a 12 month low of $11.02 and a 12 month high of $14.22. The investment management company now holds a total of 88,625 shares of Ford Motor Company which is valued at $1,131,741 after selling 92 shares in Ford Motor Company, the firm said in a disclosure report filed with the SEC on Jan 5, 2017.

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  • Oil drops amid concern Iraq will comply with output target

    The crude prices slightly recovered from previous losses with Brent crude futures trading at $55.14 per barrel, 20 cents up from their last close, and U.S. Iraqi crude exports from southern ports averaged a record 3.51 million b/d in December, according to the country's oil ministry. Russian Federation agreed to cut 300,000 barrels a day as part of the November 30 deal reached in Vienna setting the global oil production ceiling at 32.5 million barrels per day.

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  • Content Creators Can Now Earn Money Via Facebook Video Ads

    Content Creators Can Now Earn Money Via Facebook Video Ads

    However, the makers of these videos did not make more money for their efforts even as their content had been shared thousands of times. Until now, publishers have seen no ad revenue being generated for their video content. He has also developed tools to monitor brands' early adoption of live-streaming apps, compare Yahoo's and Google's search designs and examine the NFL's YouTube and Facebook video strategies.

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  • Gas prices predicted to soar in 2017

    A 23-cents-per-gallon gas tax increase went into effect November 1. "The era of falling prices from year to year is likely to be over, " says Patrick DeHaan, GasBuddy's senior petroleum analyst. Warm-season gasoline is also a primary reason why motorists in some major cities may see particularly steep price increases. "While gasoline prices almost always follow the same direction as crude oil and represent an important barometer for consumers and their personal budgets, the increases we ...

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  • 100 hurt, 11 hospitalized as train derails in NY

    100 hurt, 11 hospitalized as train derails in NY

    Some passengers told local TV stations that they heard a loud bang before the train crashed and sent many people flying out of their seats. He said it "wasn't really a derailment". Several roads surrounding the terminal were closed as fire trucks and ambulances flocked to help the injured. The train left from Far Rockaway at 7:18 a.m.

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  • Man in Japan spends $632000 on tuna

    Man in Japan spends $632000 on tuna

    Kiyomura K.K. President Kiyoshi Kimura, poses with a fresh bluefin tuna after the year's first auction at Tsukiji Market on January 5, 2016 in Tokyo. This was delayed over environmental concerns. The Japanese are the biggest consumers of bluefin in the world, and surging consumption of sushi has boosted demand, as experts warned the species could go extinct.

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  • Free tuition at state colleges for qualifying residents - NY governor

    Free tuition at state colleges for qualifying residents - NY governor

    Additional details are available on the New York Times website . Though the New York State legislature still needs to approve the proposal, the governor intends to roll it out later this year before putting it into full effect by 2019. The initiative will work by leveraging New York State's generous aid programs. Tuition is now $6,470 a year at SUNY's four-year colleges. The City University of New York's 18 campuses have similar tuition costs and would also be included under Cuomo's ...

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  • JonBenet Ramsey's brother files $750 million lawsuit against CBS

    JonBenet Ramsey's brother Burke Ramsey has filed suit against CBS over the September two-part docuseries " The Case Of ", which featured a panel of experts concluding that he was the one who killed his sister in 1996. The CBS special investigated theories suggesting Burke Ramsey could have killed JonBenet. The lawsuit seeks $250 million in compensatory damages and $500 million in punitive damages.

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  • Hearing scheduled Wednesday ahead of Roof sentencing

    Instead, his only request was that prosecutors not be allowed to use some of their evidence against him, although it's now unclear exactly what he was referring to. The sentencing phase will begin Tuesday. Roof , who killed nine members of Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church on June 17, 2015, in Charleston, South Carolina, had been accused of targeting the parishioners due to their race.

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  • Bosch Expected To Settle VW Dieselgate Suit For $300 Million

    The agreement also covers claims against VW supplier Robert Bosch GmbH, which said specific terms may not be disclosed until a definitive agreement is reached and presented to the judge. "Consumers expect and deserve truth in advertising, particularly when it relates to such a significant investment", said John Pecman, head of Canada's Competition Bureau , about the class-action settlement and federal fine.

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  • Volkswagen faces deadline in possible emissions scandal deal

    He granted the request for an extension to Tuesday, though he cautioned that would be a "final" deadline. It comes after Breyer postponed a hearing on the potential deal by several hours. FILE - In this July 19, 2016, file photo, New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman announces a lawsuit against Volkswagen in New York. All in, Volkswagen's agreed to spend more than $18 billion clearing this whole mess up, and that's just in North America.

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  • Hedgie busted in $1B fraud scheme

    The indictment unsealed Monday in federal court in Brooklyn charges Platinum founder and Chief Investment Officer Mark Nordlicht , co-chief investment officer David Levy, and former president Uri Landesman with counts of securities fraud, investment adviser fraud and conspiracy.

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  • Gambia's Jammeh must leave power when term ends

    Barrow told the BBC reporter who covered the elections that Jammeh's tenure ends on January 18 and he will declare himself president if Jammeh does not step down. The chairman of the IEC, Alieu Momar Njie, dismissed Jammeh's legal challenge of the election result as unworkable due to a lack of judges on the Supreme Court.

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  • Italy's largest bank to shed $18.8B in bad loans, cut jobs

    Italy's largest bank to shed $18.8B in bad loans, cut jobs

    Global shares edged up on Tuesday, helped by gains in banks after Italy's largest lender unveiled a €13 billion euro share issue, while the dollar held steady before a Federal Reserve meeting expected to deliver higher interest rates. This will be Unicredit's fourth capital raising since the financial crisis, and will be almost twice the size of the last one in 2012. Like other banks , UniCredit will invest a chunk of the savings from the job cuts and branch closures in technology, ...

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