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Recovery? A hard road lies ahead for all but the rich
http://www.heraldscotland.com/comment/columnists/recovery-a-hard-road-lies-ahead-for-all-but-the-rich.23249529
Recovery? A hard road lies ahead for all but the rich The crude answer is simple enough: if interest rates control inflation, you can't honestly include mortgage interest charges in your calculations. But if you risk losing your home when a housing bubble bursts, Does that feel like your reality? How

Burberry Responds to Toxic Chemical Allegations; Carey Mulligan Jokes About ...
http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2014/01/24/burberry-responds-to-toxic-chemical-allegations-carey-mulligan-jokes-about-destroying-oscar-dress.html
From LIBOR rigging to market manipulation to systemically risky proprietary trading to mortgage fraud and abuse, there wasn't a single financial shitstorm in the past seven years that the Goode Ship Morgan hadn't found itself directly in the eye of

Welcome to Literary Toronto
http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2014/01/24/literary-city-sheila-heti-s-toronto.html
From LIBOR rigging to market manipulation to systemically risky proprietary trading to mortgage fraud and abuse, there wasn't a single financial shitstorm in the past seven years that the Goode Ship Morgan hadn't found itself directly in the eye of

Pacific Continental Corporation (PCBK): Pacific Continental's CEO Discusses Q4 ...
http://seekingalpha.com/article/1964611-pacific-continentals-ceo-discusses-q4-2013-results-earnings-call-transcript
In addition, the margin benefited from improved yields and the securities portfolio as prepayment fees on mortgage backed securities slowed due to higher long-term rate. We saw no changes in our overall cost to fund Looking to the first quarter

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Tropics and Trade: Storm Threatens Gulf as Trade Concerns Blow Into New Week

(Tuesday Market Open) After a long weekend of cookouts and college football, investors turn their attention back to the market today. Trade concerns that haunted the Street late last week haven’t necessarily gone away, but stocks have remained very close to all-time highs amid continued U.S. economic strength.

Meanwhile, Tropical Storm Gordon has been picking up steam as it heads north through the Gulf of Mexico. As some offshore oil rigs suspend operations, WTI crude raced past $70 a barrel to above $71. This may be a story worth watching as it unfolds this week. Weather-related supply disruptions can sometimes have far-reaching economic effects.   

Also, the U.S. Dollar Index ($DXY) is up a bit this morning on weakness in several major currencies, perhaps most notably the Canadian dollar, which fell on comments from the President concerning the future of NAFTA and its potential replacement. Recall last week the U.S. and Mexico struck a trade deal, without Canada. Talks with Canada broke down without any concrete agreement. According to office of the U.S. Trade Representative, the U.S. and Canada exchanged more than $670 billion in 2017.

Tropical Storms And Trade Storms: Oil, Dollar Rise On Weekend Tumult

After a long weekend of cookouts and college football, investors turn their attention back to the market today. Trade concerns that haunted the Street late last week haven’t necessarily gone away, but stocks have remained very close to all-time highs amid continued U.S. economic strength.

Meanwhile, Tropical Storm Gordon has been picking up steam as it heads north through the Gulf of Mexico. As some offshore oil rigs suspend operations, WTI crude raced past $70 a barrel to above $71. This may be a story worth watching as it unfolds this week. Weather-related supply disruptions can sometimes have far-reaching economic effects.   

Also, the U.S. Dollar Index ($DXY) is up a bit this morning on weakness in several major currencies, perhaps most notably the Canadian dollar, which fell on comments from the President concerning the future of NAFTA and its potential replacement. Recall last week the U.S. and Mexico struck a trade deal, without Canada. Talks with Canada broke down without any concrete agreement. According to office of the U.S. Trade Representative, the U.S. and Canada exchanged more than $670 billion in 2017.

WHY BRAZIL PUBLISHED A UNIVERSAL RULE OF ENGLISH PRONUNCIATION instead of USA and ENGLAND?


WTF?!

You Brazilians can't even speak Portuguese (allegedly "your" language) right!