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The Euro Is Stronger Than You Think

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from Daily Reckoning

-- this post authored by James Rickard

The euro is the currency of the largest economy in the world, but it gets little respect.

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What We Read Today 25 April 2017

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Macron And Le Pen To Face Off For French Presidency - But She Won't Be Pleased With First Round Result

from The Conversation

-- this post authored by Paul Smith, University of Nottingham

In the end, the polls were right. Emmanuel Macron will go into the second round of the French presidential election against Marine Le Pen. For a while it seemed as though a dead heat were on the cards but, in the end, Macron took first place, with nearly 24%, ahead of Le Pen at just under 22%.

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Infographic Of The Day: Comparison Of Population Density

You may have heard that the majority of the world's population actually lives within a relatively small circle that covers China, India, Japan, and other parts of Southeast Asia.

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We spend most of our lives working and planning for retirement. When it's finally time to retire, finding the right place to live is key. WalletHub ranked the 50 states and Washington, DC. in order of best and worst places to retire. Analysts compared the states based on affordability, quality of life and health care. Within those three main categories, there were 31 additional metrics to rank the states.


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Current Weather Outlook

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Typical Spring weather. There is a hint of El Nino gaining ground but there are other reasons for thinking that we may be setting up for an active Atlantic Tropical Storm Summer. Generally those two concepts do not coexist well but since Summer happens before Winter it might be possible.

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America's Gilded Age 2: On The Rocks

Written by Danielle DiMartino Booth, Money Strong

Some movies beg to be one and done.

No sequel. No Part II. No Redux. 1981's smash hit Arthur is a classic example of what happens when well is not left alone. There was never going to be a way to replicate the hilarity born of sublime scripting and delivery to say nothing of the perfectly unconventional combination of casting and direction.

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April 2017 Chemical Activity Barometer Suggests Continued Growth Through 2017

from the American Chemistry Council

The Chemical Activity Barometer (CAB) marked the second quarter by posting a robust 5.6 percent year-over-year gain, suggesting continued growth through year-end 2017.

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