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  1. China Sovereign Fund Has Loss on Commodities, Negative RatesRead the original story

    17 hrs ago | The Washington Post

    China's $813.8 billion sovereign wealth fund posted its first loss on overseas investments in four years last year as commodity prices sunk, while stock and bond returns were damped by negative interest rates and a strong U.S. dollar. China Investment Corp. had a loss of 2.96 percent in the year ended December, compared with a 5.47 percent gain a year earlier, according to the Beijing-based company's 2015 annual report released Friday.

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  2. Here are 21 things to love about the Hard Rock Hotel as it turns 21Read the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | The Las Vegas Sun

    The Hard Rock Hotel has come of age. In March, the purple-hued landmark on Paradise Road and Harmon Avenue turned 21. 20: The former Viva Las Vegas Lounge, which occupied the space now taken by the hotel's Cantor Gaming sports book, was often called "the side bar."

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  3. Goldman's Rosy Prediction for Russian Oil Looks Hopeful: GadflyRead the original story

    17 hrs ago | The Washington Post

    International oil companies aren't spending enough on the extra capacity needed to meet demand by the end of the decade. So it will fall to countries like Russia to provide the additional production on which we will all depend.

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  4. Honeywell Cuts 2016 Forecast in Bow to Weaker Global EconomyRead the original story

    17 hrs ago | The Washington Post

    Honeywell International Inc. cut its 2016 sales forecast amid sluggish global growth and lower demand for energy-related products and services. Shares tumbled the most in almost a year.

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  5. It's Risk On for Guggenheim's Minerd After Stocks Hit RecordRead the original story

    18 hrs ago | The Washington Post

    Scott Minerd, who manages $250 billion for Guggenheim Partners, says U.S. stocks may rally as much as 15 percent in the rest of the year and emerging market assets may do even better, after markets brushed off scares from China's economy, oil and Britain's vote to leave the European Union. Either the U.S. economy will perk up and lead a global recovery, or economic weakness in Europe and Japan will prompt more support from central banks, giving stocks and bonds a shot in the arm, according to Minerd.

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  6. Ritholtz's Reads: Trump in Silicon Valley, Brexit, Bold FlavorsRead the original story

    18 hrs ago | The Washington Post

    The weekend is here! Pour yourself a mug of Major Dickason's Blend coffee, grab a seat outside, and get ready for our longer-form reads. The Strange Politics of Peter Thiel, Trump's Most Unlikely Supporter , see also Why Silicon Valley Hates Trump.

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  7. Microsoft Can't Shield User Data From Government, U.S. SaysRead the original story

    18 hrs ago | The Washington Post

    The U.S. says there's no legal basis for the government to be required to tell Microsoft Corp. customers when it intercepts their e-mail. The software giant's lawsuit alleging that customers have a constitutional right to know if the government has searched or seized their property should be thrown out, the government said in a court filing.

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  8. BNP's First Hawaiian IPO Said to Value Bank Up to $4 BillionRead the original story

    18 hrs ago | The Washington Post

    First Hawaiian Inc., the Honolulu-based bank owned by BNP Paribas SA that filed for an initial public offering this month, plans to set terms and sell its shares in the next couple of weeks, people with knowledge of the matter said. The terms of the offering will imply a market value for the bank of $3 billion to $4 billion depending on where comparable lending institutions are trading, said the people, who asked not to be identified because the information is private.

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  9. The debt man can only ring thrice in student-loan robocall planRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | The Daily Republic

    A little-noticed measure passed by Congress last year allows student-loan debt collectors to auto-dial borrowers on their mobile phones - but a feared robocall deluge may turn out to be more of a trickle. The Federal Communications Commission, acting against advice from bankers and even the Obama administration's Education Department, has proposed limiting calls to three a month.

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  10. SEC Clears Rules For Speedier Approval of Actively Managed ETFsRead the original story

    19 hrs ago | The Washington Post

    The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission cleared the way for issuers of actively managed exchange-traded funds to get their products on the market faster. Regulators approved a rule filing that will speed the listing process for the ETFs, whose stock and bond holdings are picked by human managers rather than determined by indexes, according to exchange operators NYSE Group Inc. and Bats Global Markets Inc. The approval is a victory for the exchanges, which asked for permission for a streamlined application process in filings last year.

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  11. Ironshore Files for U.S. IPO After Ratings Review of FosunRead the original story

    19 hrs ago | The Washington Post

    Ironshore Inc., the insurer purchased by Chinese conglomerate Fosun International Ltd. last year, filed for an initial public offering in the U.S. after a ratings firm cited concerns about the parent firm's financial strength. The company filed with an initial offering size of $100 million, an amount used to calculate fees that will change.

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  12. Wide-Bodies' Luster Is Tarnished as American Defers Airbus JetsRead the original story

    19 hrs ago | The Washington Post

    American Airlines's decision to postpone delivery of nearly two dozen of Airbus Group SE's sleek, fuel-efficient A350 jetliners amplifies concerns that demand is sagging for international air travel and large new aircraft. Wide-body sales have stalled this year as inexpensive fuel and a glut of readily available used jets diminishes airlines' need to upgrade their fleets.

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  13. Mobileye Bears Folding as Tighter Grip Seen on Driverless FutureRead the original story

    20 hrs ago | The Washington Post

    Bearish bets against Mobileye NV are receding after the maker of chips and software for driverless cars said it would team up with BMW AG and Intel Corp. to deliver fully-autonomous cars by 2021. Traders cut short interest on Mobileye, at one point the world's most-shorted software stock, to 17 percent of shares outstanding last week, near the lowest level since September.

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  14. Donald Trump Defends Roger Ailes Against Sexual Harassment...Read the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Hollywood Reporter

    "I can tell you that some of the women that are complaining, I know how much he's helped them," the Republican presidential nominee said in a pre-taped interview for NBC's 'Meet the Press.' Donald Trump made his first public comments regarding Roger Ailes' resignation from Fox News amid sexual harassment accusations in pre-taped interviews for NBC's Meet the Press and Showtime's The Circus .

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  15. Citigroup Says Dollar Bulls Would Be Wise Not to Count on FedRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | The Washington Post

    The world's largest currency trader says forget about the Federal Reserve driving the dollar higher, even if the central bank does raise interest rates later this year. The greenback, which strengthened for a third week for the first time since May, is more likely to trade on evidence of U.S. economic growth than on what the central bank does, according to Steven Englander, global head of Group-of-10 currency strategy at Citigroup Inc., the top foreign-exchange trader according to Euromoney magazine.

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  16. FCC chief asks telcos to offer free robocall blocking servicesRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Engadget

    Tom Wheeler, head honcho at the Federal Communications Commission, has fired off letters asking the country's biggest communications providers to offer robocall blocking services for free. The FCC is still fielding a barrage of complaints from people sick and tired of robocalls a year after it passed a proposal that should have helped the situation.

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  17. Verizon reportedly set to acquire YahooRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | TheStreet.com

    Re/code reported Saturday that Verizon Communications was close to an announcement that it would acquire the struggling Internet company for about $5 billion in cash and stock. The acquisition would be the culmination of an auction process that began in February, after CEO Marissa Mayer failed to convince shareholders she could turn the company around.

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  18. Dinesh D'Souza Drops Music Video for 'Hillary's America' Doc Ahead of ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Hollywood Reporter

    Dinesh D'Souza released a music video Saturday for his latest documentary, Hillary's America , featuring Larry Gatlin and the Gatlin Brothers singing "Stand Up and Say So," the song they wrote and performed for the film, which opened Friday. The video features footage from the recent premiere of Hillary's America at the Republican National Convention, along with real and imagined video of Clinton, the presumptive Democratic nominee for president.

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  19. Gas station myth or fact: What you need to know when you refuelRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Proctor Journal

    On any given day, some 40 million Americans stop at gas stations to fill their tanks. For many, it's a weekly routine, one they don't spend much time analyzing, but are there things you think you know about your fill-up that just aren't true? Andrea Kaufman considers herself a fairly conscientious auto owner, but the St. Louis Park, Minnesota resident admits she doesn't know the finer details of pumping protocol.

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  20. With BOAT Lab, Tech, Art, and Ecology Converge In One Floating MakerspaceRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Fast Company

    To promote nature conservation, Andy Quitmeyer and a team of Filipino villagers created a cutting-edge tech and arts lab. If you were given $10,000 to improve a community in another country using art, how would you do it? An American post-doctoral researcher with a PhD from Georgia Tech, Quitmeyer created Building Open Art and Technology , a floating art and tech lab for a village in the Philippines.

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