21 September 2021
European shares gained in early trading Friday, before a U.S. jobs report that's expected to show a record drop in payrolls
Statement from @USTradeRep on China talks
Xinhua reporting top trade negotiators from China and the United States have talked on the phone and have vowed to push forward with efforts to implement phase 1-deal US futures extending gains. ESA +1%
Sudan confiscates residential lands from Abdullah Al-Bashir, the dismissed president's brother
Reuters: Moody's changes the outlook for Saudi Aramco, SABIC and Saudi Telecom rankings to negative
Fresh ISIS attacks on the grid knock down more high voltage towers west of Kirkuk and south of Mosul. Electricity Ministry earlier said 2,450MW were lost
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New gas leak reported from southern India LG Polymers plant, evacuations underway
The @StateDept also approved a possible Foreign Military Sale to the Government of the United Arab Emirates of Excess Defense Articles "of up to" 4,569 MRAP vehicles for an estimated cost of $556 million
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1 Dolar = 7,2433 TL (12:05)
U.S. national debt tops $25 trillion, an increase of more than $1 trillion in less than a month
DJIA has closed down 0.91% - a drop for the day of 218 points
North American stocks stumble after private industry report estimates U.S. April job losses at 20 million, 2 days before release of official data. Dow loses 218 (0.9%) while S&P 500 falls 0.7%. NASDAQ gains 0.5% due to strength in tech stocks, while TSX up 19 points (0.1%)
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Turkish lira nears all-time low as foreign exchange reserves fall
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Chairman of the Board of Directors of ALLTECH Group Dmitry Bosov(Net worth US$1.1 billion) found dead in his home near Moscow, Glock 19 gen 4 gun found at the body. Owner of Sibanthracite Group and VostokCoal MC
Lira is trading in the vicinity of a new record low. 7.1951 per $1 year ago
Lira is trading in the vicinity of a new record low. 7.1951 per $
French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire says the ECB makes its decisions under the "exclusive" authority of the European Court of Justice. In substance, that would mean the Karlsruhe's court decision is worthless, in the French government's view
Cooling tower of Zayzoun Thermal Station in the northwestern Hama countryside was demolished1 year ago
Cooling tower of Zayzoun Thermal Station in the northwestern Hama countryside was demolished
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Khamenei: Some of our worker friends had complaints about legislation that overlooked workers' opinions. Such regulations should definitely be designed justly, and business owners should take this into consideration
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Khamenei: Real cooperation between the labor force and employers can increase production and economic growth. The labor force should increase their skills and sense of responsibility; employers should increase the workers share from the income of the business
Lebanese President: Our complex economic crisis is not a product of the moment, but the product of successive accumulations of wrong policies and practices.
Data show that the power disruption in Venezuela has had unusually wide impact as compared to recent outages, affecting connectivity in Caracas and almost all states at the same moment at national scale
1 year ago
[email protected]: Well run States should not be bailing out poorly run States, using CoronaVirus as the excuse. The elimination of Sanctuary Cities, Payroll Taxes, and perhaps Capital Gains Taxes, must be put on the table. Also lawsuit indemnification & business deductions for restaurants & ent
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Dollar / TRY exceeded 7.10
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Norwegian Cruise Line says there's 'substantial doubt' about its ability to continue as a 'going concern'
The European Court of Human Rights ruled that Romania violated Laura Codruta Kovesi's rights to a fair trial and freedomofexpression when removing her from the country's top anti-corruption prosecutorial job
European stocks climb from a two-week low as many major economies move toward easing lockdown restrictions
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Oil futures rise more than two dollars
US Secretary of Defense: Russia and China are taking advantage of the Coronavirus emergency to invest in vital infrastructure and sectors in Europe
U.S. Treasury will borrow approximately $3trillion during the 2nd quarter
U.S. Treasury seeks to borrow $3 trillion this quarter alone, nearly 6 times more than the nearest record quarter (July-Sept. 2008)
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