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The Platform offers real time US & Canadian Market access as well as Dow Jones News on S&P 500, NASDAQ, and Chinese & Russian Market Indices etc. You will receive breaking news in real time on the stocks you are trading together with Charts, Option Radar, Analyst Rankings, Stock Screener, and Stock Research.
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"Sur le continent africain, le Global peace index 2016, référence en la matière, indique que la sécurité s’est largement dégradée en Afrique du Nord"
For all its faults, his Workers' Party brought welcome political change.
"From hungry migrant peasant to rock-star president, Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva has played many roles over the years. Even so, taking the defendant's chair in Latin America's biggest political graft scandal will be a first"
The Western Hemisphere's most dysfunctional nation won't fix itself.
Build a team of vendors that will support your brand until your company can afford to hire the best in the field.
"The startup game can often feel like a game of chicken and egg. You need cash to create infrastructure, yet you need infrastructure to generate more cash.
The best way to get through this stage is to engage vendors in various categories that can serve as your company's team. Hiring, training, managing and retaining employees can be a full time job on its own."
It has been a day of Friday afternoon surprises: just one hour after Ted Cruz pretended to endorse Donald Trump when he really meant don't vote for Hillary, president Obama denied what all American citizens demanded - and got - after both chambers unanimously passed the Sept 11 law several weeks ago, when he decided to veto the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act bill.
"It has been a day of Friday afternoon surprises: just one hour after Ted Cruz pretended to endorse Donald Trump when he really meant don't vote for Hillary, president Obama denied what all American citizens demanded - and got - after both chambers unanimously passed the Sept 11 law several weeks ago, when he decided to veto the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act bill."
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"Lunch has always enjoyed a reputation as the cheaper way to eat out. Now, however, there are some signs that eating out for lunch may be losing popularity.
Data from the NDP Group shows that lunchtime restaurant visits fell 4 percent between April and June, compared with year-ago levels."
What separates great companies from the ones that are just okay? Bill Taylor knows the secret.
"What is it that separates great companies from the ones that are just okay? According to Bill Taylor--cofounder of Fast Company magazine, and author of book Simply Brilliant--the answer is that some companies have learned how to do ordinary things in extraordinary ways."
“There remains a risk of deflationary spirals in which capital flight, currency devaluations and collapsing asset prices would stymie growth and shrink government revenues. As capital begins to flow out, there is now a real danger of entering a third phase of the financial crisis ...”
"This hard hitting critique in the UN Conference on Trade and Development’s Annual Report, released this week, is suggesting that the ‘third leg of the world's intractable depression is yet to come.’
"EUR/GBP has captured the attention of market participants with its hourly ADX(14) hurdling above the 50 level.
Accordingly to the ADX indicator, EUR/GBP has surged above the key 50 level in a technical event that threatens the potential for its price action to remain constructive. Such a strong move encourages bulls to pile in, likely positioning stops close to the market to lock in profit. This may have the opposite effect of a squeeze, driving the prices lower to find less impulsive buyers."
Who actually benefits from American-led wars across the globe? The aftermath of American-led conflicts shows it is not the common people, though the military and politicians vow they are liberating and protecting them... "Before 2011, I hated Gaddafi more than anyone. But now, life is much, much harder, and I have become his biggest fan."
"Who actually benefits from American-led wars across the globe? The aftermath of American-led conflicts shows it is not the common people, though the military and politicians vow they are liberating and protecting them.
The Sunday Mail, Zimbabwe’s “leading family newspaper,” has published accounts of a number of Libyans who expressed regret over Muammar Gaddafi’s overthrow in 2011, despite the fact some of them even took up arms against him."
Long before Ted Cruz endorsed Donald Trump, they spent months slinging insults back and forth. Here are some of the most memorable
"Texas Sen. Ted Cruz endorsed Donald Trump on Friday, just a couple months after he reinforced their bitter rivalry by declining to back Trump in a speech at the Republican National Convention."
The dollar stood tall in Asian trading, after Fed Chair Janet Yellen's comments on the economy and traders raised bets on a rate hike.
Dollar starts week on Fed-inspired gains - Investors Europe Offshore
U.S. government debt prices reversed earlier losses to trade little changed on Friday after comments by Fed Chair Janet Yellen.
US Treasury yields flatten following Yellen comments - Investors Europe Offshore
U.S. stocks traded mixed on Friday as investors digested remarks made by Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen and Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer.
Stocks close mixed after Fed commentary; Nasdaq snaps 8-week win streak - Investors Europe Offshore
European stocks are expected to open to mixed trade on Thursday as markets in Asia and Wall Street pause for breath amid falling oil prices.
Europe eye mixed open as oil prices decline - Investors Europe Offshore
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Gold was mostly unchanged on Tuesday, as investors remained cautious ahead of a Federal Reserve meeting that starts later in the day.
Gold holds steady as investors await Fed meet outcome - Investors Europe Offshore
Following the U.K.’s vote to leave the European Union, we are likely to have a second European contretemps, this time with an Italian flavour.
For this summer’s euro zone crisis, head to Italy - Investors Europe Offshore
Japanese stocks sold off on Tuesday as the yen jumped after local media indicated the government's stimulus package may not live up to expectations.
Nikkei sells off on fresh yen strength; rest of Asia trades mixed - Investors Europe Offshore
Our live blog is tracking reactions as a fall in oil prices along with a cautious tone ahead of central bank meetings this week weighed on markets.
Live: Global oil glut worries dampen market sentiment - Investors Europe Offshore
The head of Nigeria's space program is determined to wring scientific achievements out of his shoestring budget.
"Mohammed's goals include the ability to locally design and build a satellite by 2018. By 2030, he hopes to launch a satellite from Nigerian territory. After that? He wants to put a man to the moon."
Saudi Arabia will introduce new taxes on products such as tobacco and sugary drinks as it attempts to become less dependent on oil.
"The kingdom unveiled more details about its ambitious plan to transform the economy on Tuesday. It wants to increase non-oil revenues and cut down the proportion of its budget that is spent on government wages"
The Benzinga Fintech Awards was created to seek out the most innovative companies that are improving the way we create wealth within the capital markets. Companies were encouraged to apply to the
"Investors Europe was Best in Class at The Benzinga Fintech Awards"