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52 MINS AGO - Wall Street Journal

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Energy's New Legal Threat: Earthquake Suits

A lawsuit in Oklahoma highlights a new question for energy companies: Can they be forced to pay for damages from earthquakes if the tremors can be linked to oil-and-gas activity?

Tags: Energy's New Legal Threat: Earthquake Suits,  Energy Latest News

32 MINS AGO - Business Insider

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U.S. may skirt oil storage crisis as drivers hit the road

By Jonathan LeffNEW YORK (Reuters) - A month ago, it seemed inevitable: a massive global oversupply of crude oil production would overwhelm storage tanks in Oklahoma and fill supertankers off Singapore.Now, there are growing signs that the U.S. oil market can avoid the doomsday scenario in which it runs out of room to stockpile surplus crude, a development that oil ...

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21 MINS AGO - Wall Street Journal

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China Food Giant Seeks U.S. Deals

Chinese food company Cofco is on a determined shopping spree. In a few short years, Cofco has spent a couple billion dollars quietly buying up Australian cane fields, French vineyards and soybean pastures in Brazil. Now, Cofco is exploring deals in the U.S.

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52 MINS AGO - Wall Street Journal

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China to Delay Bank Technology Rules

China has agreed to delay implementation of some bank technology rules that have sparked heavy lobbying from the U.S. government and technology companies due to protectionist concerns, a senior U.S. Treasury official said.

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4 HOURS AGO - Zero Hedge

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QE For The People - What Could Go Wrong?

Submitted by Pieter Cleppe, A number of economists propose in the FT to implement what has been dubbed "QE for the people". They start off quite well, noting: "The evidence suggests that conventional QE is an unreliable tool for boosting GDP or employment. Bank of England research shows that it benefits the well-off, who gain from increasing asset prices, much more than the ...

Tags: QE For The People - What Could Go Wrong?,  Euro Latest News

7 HOURS AGO - MarketWatch

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Currencies: Dollar rallies against euro, yen ahead of jobs report

The dollar gained ground against the yen and the euro on Monday, with analysts saying the advance was amplified by thinner trading in a holiday-shortened week.

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6 HOURS AGO - St. Louis Post-Dispatch

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8 HOURS AGO - Globe and Mail

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Eldorado Gold faces accusations of tax avoidance in Greece

A report says the miner is using mailbox companies in the Netherlands to sidestep paying taxes in Greece, where it is an investor

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5 HOURS AGO - Zero Hedge

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The "Billionaire Hubs" - A Look At The Housing Habits Of The World's Ultra Richest People

When it comes to our current pre-war, pre-revolutionary world (in Paul Tudor Jones' words) there are two social classes which are jockeying for the post positioning when it all comes crashing down: the Ultra High Net Worth, i.e., the 0.01%, those 211,275 individuals (and their families) who have a net worth over $30 million and who collectively control $30 trillion ...

Tags: The "Billionaire Hubs" - A Look At The Housing Habits Of The World's Ultra Richest People,  New York City Latest News

6 HOURS AGO - Huffington Post

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Good Things Are Happening In The Wake Of Indiana's 'Religious Freedom' Law

Apple CEO Tim Cook has called it "dangerous." Ashton Kutcher has tweeted his outrage. The Indiana Chamber of Commerce deemed it "entirely unnecessary." Even as gay rights supporters reel from the passage of an Indiana law that critics argue will allow businesses to discriminate against lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people, the resulting outrage offers what might be considered a ...

Tags: Good Things Are Happening In The Wake Of Indiana's 'Religious Freedom' Law,  New York City Latest News