Asia stocks edge higher as investors await RBA minutes

Stocks in Asia edged higher in Tuesday morning trade. Investors await the release of the Reserve Bank of Australia's July meeting minutes for more clues on where the central bank could move next on interest rates. The People's Bank of China is set to debut its new loan prime rates under a new mechanism that was unveiled over the weekend. […]

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Treasury Seizes the Moment to Revisit Ultra-Long Bond Proposal

In this article The odds on the U.S. Treasury’s ultra-longshot may just have narrowed. Record-low interest rates make this an opportune time for the Treasury to revisit a proposal it’s shelved in the past: To issue the longest-term debt it can. So for the second time since President Donald Trump took office, the department is exploring the prospect of selling […]

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Sensex jumps over 200 points; Nifty nears 11,100

On the currency front, the rupee appreciated 8 paise versus the dollar against its previous close to trade at 71.06 in early session. Domestic equity benchmark BSE Sensex rose over 200 points in early trade on Monday tracking gains in index heavyweights RIL, ICICI Bank and Infosys amid positive global cues. The 30-share index pared some opening gains to trade […]

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Jesse Watters: Epstein's apparent suicide a good reason why 'the left' is wrong about government

Jeffrey Epstein’s death ruled a suicide by hanging New York City medical examiner releases autopsy results; reaction from ‘The Five.’ On "The Five" on Friday, Fox News' Jesse Watters said that the apparent suicide of financier Jeffrey Epstein in federal custody is just another example of "government incompetence," blasting those responsible for his death. "What this is about it is […]

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Borrow wisely, if you must

Striking a balance between spending sleepless nights over debt and being niggardly involves many intricacies Financial experts often advise us to live within our means. Yet, given our urge to improve lifestyles, staying off borrowings is difficult. Borrowings also make sense in an inflationary economy where money rapidly loses value over time. But how can you strike that balance between […]

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Parental support startup Circle In raises $1.5 million

Parental leave startup Circle In has raised $1.5 million from venture capital firm Our Innovation Fund as it looks to expand internationally to the United States and United Kingdom. The startup provides support for working parents, with 32 per cent of Australian mothers reporting discrimination in the workplace when they requested or took parental leave, according to the Australian Human […]

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The market's biggest investors just traded like they do right before 'serious damage' is inflicted on stocks — and one expert warns another painful meltdown could soon strike

Institutional investors — including mutual-fund managers and pension funds — made massive bullish bets on the stock market from late June through the most recent peak in July. According to Lori Calvasina, the head of US equity strategy at RBC Capital Markets, their “euphoric” futures trading was eerily similar to the eves of recent stock-market meltdowns, including the 2008 crisis. […]

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California pastor says God's voice is 'ubiquitous, it’s everywhere,' calls PreachersNSneakers ‘fake news’

Teaching pastor on the biggest myth of hearing from God, calls PreachsNSneakers ‘Fake News’ Nathan Finochio, Hillsong pastor, on his new book ‘Hearing God’ Nathan Finochio, a California-based Hillsong teaching pastor, believes "anybody" can hear from God. According to The Barna Group, an evangelical polling firm, three-quarters of Americans have said Jesus speaks directly to them. OVER 36,000 CHRISTIAN STUDENTS HELP […]

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