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Global Bonds Plunge As "Trumpflation" Rally Returns, Dollar Jumps

global bonds plunge as trumpflation rally returns, dollar jumps
After taking a one day breather, the "Trumpflation" Rally returned with a vengeance as global government bonds tumbled and the dollar rose on renewed speculation the economic outlook is strong enough..
Zero Hedge

UK inflation fell to 0.9% in October

The UK's Consumer Prices Index inflation rate fell to 0.9% in October, down from 1.0% in September.
BBC News

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News video: U.S. Factory Orders Fall 1.0% in September

U.S. Factory Orders Fall 1.0% in September 00:49

U.S. factory orders fell for the second consecutive month in September, data on Tuesday showed Factory orders were down 1.0% in September, worse than forecasts for a fall of 0.9% New orders were hit by..
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Pending home sales jump by more than expected

pending home sales jump by more than expected
Pending home sales grew by 1.5% in the month of September according to the National Association of Realtors (NAR). The measure of the housing market was projected by economists to grow 1.0% in..
Business Insider

Why have women's clothes just made us all worse off?

why have women's clothes just made us all worse off?
You might not have updated your wardrobe recently – in fact you might not buy them at all – but women's clothes mean the pound in your pocket is not going quite so far.That's because the cost of..
Plymouth Herald

British annual inflation surges to 1.0% in September: data

LONDON - Britain's annual inflation rate surged to 1.0 percent last month from 0.6 percent in August, official data showed Tuesday, but the statistics office urged caution over the slumping pound's..
Bangkok Post Also reported by •BBC NewsCP24

Khronos Showcases Significant glTF Momentum for Efficient Transmission of 3D Scenes and Models

Open source glTF Validator and glTF 1.0.1 Specification released; glTF MIME Type Approved by IANA; Multiple importers and translators available Anaheim, CA (PRWEB) July 22, 2016 The Khronos™..
PRWeb

Japan Industrial Output Climbs 1.0% In September

TOKYO (dpa-AFX) - Industrial production in Japan was up a seasonally adjusted 1.0 percent on month in September, the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry said in Thursday's preliminary reading....
FinanzNachrichten.de Also reported by •RTTNews

Canadian shares gain on unexpected China rate cut

Canadian shares advanced as investors cheered China's central bank cutting interest rates again. The benchmark Standard & Poor’s/TSX Composite Index (TSE:OSPTX) rose 0.5% to 13,939.58 at 12:14 p.m...
Proactive Investors

Inflation rate falls to 1.0% in September on lower gas prices

inflation rate falls to 1.0% in september on lower gas prices
The annual pace of inflation slowed in September due to lower gasoline and other energy prices, but the cost of groceries, restaurant meals and many other things pushed higher.
canoe.ca Also reported by •CP24CJME

"They" Forced the President to Do It!

*Cross-posted with TomDispatch.com* Whatever happened to the "imperial presidency"? In mid-September, in the midst of the serial collapse of a $500-million Pentagon program to train "moderate" Syrian..
Huffington Post

The Worst Time In History To Be Invested In Stocks

the worst time in history to be invested in stocks
Submitted by Jim Quinn via The Burning Platform blog, *Today will go down in history as one of the worst times in history to be invested in the stock market. Virtually no one believes this..
Zero Hedge


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