Category: Economy

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GM stops production at South African assembly plant due to union strike

General Motors has stopped production at its main South African plant as the strike by the country's biggest union intensifies.
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U.S. trade deficit falls to $44.4B in May as exports rise

The trade deficit in the U.S. narrowed by over 5 percent in May due to rise in exports, according to official data released Thursday.
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Pay Per Click Advertising for Startups

If your company is new or you are new to Pay Per Click advertising (PPC), then getting started can be overwhelming. PPC advertising is complex, using ...
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U.S. non-farm payrolls add 288K jobs in June; jobless rate falls to 6.3 percent

The U.S. economy's job creation was more robust in June and the unemployment rate declined, signaling that the labor market is strengthening as the ec...
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Ask the “REIT” question

Real Estate Investment Trust’s (REIT) have been much in the news lately….particularly in light of the recent strong stock performance of REIT’s ...
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Loyal to all: How Loyal 3 is Revolutionizing IPO Practices for Investors

When a client invests in an IPO through LOYAL 3, the way LOYAL 3 works+ enables that customer to buy stocks and IPOs, fee-free rather than the old way...
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Millennials moving out, to raise homeownership rate

Millennials, the generation born after 1980, are expected to change the face of the real estate market with an estimated 24 million of them predicted ...
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U.S. pending home sales rise 6.1 percent in May; highest since 2010

The number of contracts to buy existing U.S. homes climbed in May by the most in over four years, further evidence that the residential-real estate ma...
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The New Way IPO’s are Being Sold

Action-sports-oriented video camera maker GoPro Inc.’s initial public offering in June was different from most other IPOs because it was open not ju...
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South Dakota town on sale for $400K

According to a media report, the South Dakota town of Swett is for sale. The unincorporated hamlet in Bennett County is owned by Lance Benson. who say...