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OPEC meeting countdown: RBC’s Helima Croft sees a Russia component creating design back dangers in oil market

One of Wall Street’s top commodity strategists sees the latest OPEC meeting taking on renewed importance. RBC Capital Markets’ Helima Croft, who’ll be attending Thursday’s gathering in Vienna, told CNBC there’s an emerging Russia factor — and it’s contributing to jitters in the oil market. According to Croft, there’s a chance Russia won’t agree to… Read More»

Small one boomers, tackle millennials, are flocking to leases offering a ‘fingers-free’ daily life

Between 2009 and 2015, the number of renters aged 55 or above rose 28 percent, while those aged 34 or younger only increased 3 percent, according to Census data recently crunched by search engine RentCafe. Meanwhile, more than 5 million baby boomers across the nation are expected to rent their next home by 2020, according… Read More»

Democratic Congressman John Conyers to step besides Residence Judiciary Committee amid harassment allegations

Michigan Rep. John Conyers says he is stepping aside as the top Democrat on the House Judiciary Committee amid a congressional investigation into allegations he sexually harassed female staff members. In a statement Sunday, the 88-year-old Conyers says he denies the allegations and would like to keep his leadership role on the panel. But he… Read More»

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Israel races to head off UN settlement ‘blacklist’

Weeks ahead of the expected completion of a U.N. database of companies that operate in Israel’s West Bank settlements, Israel and the Trump administration are working feverishly to prevent its publication. While Israel is usually quick to brush off U.N. criticism, officials say they are taking the so-called “blacklist” seriously, fearing its publication could have… Read More»

Eire will block Brexit talks until border discipline agreed

Ireland’s EU commissioner said Dublin would “continue to play tough” over its threat to veto talks about trade after Brexit unless Britain provided guarantees over the border between Northern Ireland and the Republic. Phil Hogan, the EU’s agricultural commissioner, said that Britain, or Northern Ireland at least, should remain in the single market and the… Read More»

Bitcoin jumps above $eight,Seven-hundred to file excessive as greatest US bitcoin replace adds a hundred,000 customers

Bitcoin is getting a Black Friday boost. The digital currency climbed above $8,700 to a record high Saturday following increased investor interest around the U.S. Thanksgiving holiday and Black Friday shopping. Bitcoin rose more than 6 percent to a record high of $8,725.13, according to CoinDesk, trading around $8,674 midday on Saturday. Another digital currency,… Read More»

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Shadowy Friday boosts battered division shops, a pair of of which are claiming a ‘narrative’ weekend

Penney also boasted a successful Black Friday, as it was one of the first retailers to open its doors Thursday at 2 p.m. “Hundreds – and, in some cases, thousands – of shoppers lined up outside our stores for popular items such as the cooks air fryer, Xersion puffer jackets, diamond jewelry and smart watches,… Read More»

‘Treacherous shenanigans’: The within memoir of Mugabe’s downfall

At around 6 p.m. on November 14, Mugabe’s motorcade headed to his private “Blue Roof” residence, a heavily fortified compound in the capital’s leafy northern suburb of Borrowdale. Meanwhile, social media buzzed with pictures of armored vehicles driving along roads to Harare, sparking frenzied speculation about a coup. Increasingly concerned, Grace put in a call… Read More»

Extravagant holiday hasten programs promise $100K suites, breakfast with Santa, and jeweled items

Source: Ritz-Carlton Charlotte, N.C. One of three made-of-macaron trees at the Ritz-Carlton Charlotte, N.C. There’s no charge to visit the Holiday Wonderland, on view now through Dec. 27 in the lobby of the Ritz-Carlton Charlotte in North Carolina — but it will certainly make you hungry. Decorations include three trees bedecked with a total of… Read More»

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‘Tis the Season to win Hacked: Easy how one can opt your on-line attempting spree from turning into a designate for thieves

In record numbers, consumers turning to the Internet — either via computer or mobile device — to fulfill their shopping needs. Surging online buying is making shoppers prey for computer hackers, who are busier than usual trying to get access to sensitive data as the holiday season kicks off. With that in mind, Cisco recently… Read More»