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Gas prices in the West Coast are well above the overall average

James Freeman of WSJ, Vision 4 Fund Distributors, Heather Zumaraga, Kadina Group President Gary B. Smith, and Baron Jack Huff, senior editor, discuss why gas prices in California have risen to five years. This is a two-shore story regarding US gas prices. Prices in more than half of the cities surveyed fell by a few cents, while prices increased mainly …

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Asian Stocks Encouraged by Sino-.U.S Commercial Progress

SYDNEY (Reuters) – Asian stock markets rose on Monday as signs of advances in Chinese-American trading resilience, dampening risk appetites while squeezing valuable bonds and the yen. FILE PHOTO: A woman points to an electronic board showing stock prices as she poses on the board after the New Year's Stock Exchange Opening Ceremony (TSE) held to wish the stock market …

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Singapore publishes third quarter GDP data, monetary policy statement

Gantry cranes are standing at the Singapore port in Singapore on Friday, July 12, 2019. Rud Huaing | Bloomberg | Getty Images Singapore's economy – often seen as a bell for global growth – has escaped the technical recession after growing 0.6% in the third quarter compared to the previous three months. This quarter expansion marked a reversal from the …

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Facebook's digital currency dealt another blow

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Facebook had said it hoped to launch Libra in 2020                  Facebook's Libra cryptocurrency must not go ahead until the company proves it safe and secure, according to a report by the world's largest economies. In a blow to the social media giant, the report by the G7 group of nations warns cryptocurrencies like …

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SoftBank seeks to take control of WeWork: WSJ

SoftBank Masayoshi Son (L) founder and WeWork founder Adam Neumann. Getty Images SoftBank has prepared a financing package to take control of WeWork and further abolish company founder Adam Neumann, The Wall Street Journal reports, SoftBank already owns one-third of WeWork, but has aims to invest several billion dollars in additional capital and debt at the company, sources told The …

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Cub Foods joins other stores asking customers not to carry weapons

Cub Foods is asking customers not to carry their guns openly in their stores in response to safety concerns following a series of mass shootings across the country. The grocery chain also said it would no longer sell e-cigarettes and vaporizers, a move the company said was made because of "growing health issues and the complex regulatory environment associated with …

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This is bigger, which means better for many people

Model Y, the all-electric Tesla-stable, fully accessible electric crossover, is not expected to hit the roads until the end of 2020. But Tesla is already laying the foundations for a model that will forever change Tesla's position in the automotive world. This article comes to us from the courtesy of EVANNEX (which also makes accessories for the Tesla aftermarket). He …

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Is fake meat better for you or the environment?

McDonald's joins other fast food giants like Burger King to launch its own vegetable-based burger. Senator Corey Booker raised questions about his vegan lifestyle during the recent Democratic presidential debate. And Impossible Foods plans to release fish along with its burger-free burgers in the near future. So-called counterfeit meat or alternative meat products are gaining popularity as consumers look to …

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UAW strikes Volvo-owned Mack Truck amid talks with GM

CLOSING UAW strikes block wage workers from entering factories during a national strike against General Motors after they have broken the contract. Ryan Garza, Detroit Free Press More than 3,600 Hourly Workers at Mack Trucks Inc. in Florida, Maryland and Pennsylvania went on strike at six plants at 11:59 a.m. Saturday, seeking "fair pay and benefits," UAW confirmed early Sunday. …

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