Written by Frank Li
First Paris (Paris Was Attacked, Again!) and now Mali (Terror in Mali), why are there so many terror attacks around the world?
First the Iraq War and then Syria at war, why are there so many wars?
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Early Headlines: Asian Stocks Down Again, Brazil Corruption Spreads, German Business Confidence Rises, China Moves To Improve Accounting Rules And More
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Early Bird Headlines 25 November 2015
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from The Conversation
-- tis post authored by Paul Rogers, University of Bradford
Twelve years ago, George W Bush gave his 'Mission Accomplished' speech from the flight deck of the USS Abraham Lincoln aircraft carrier, confident that the Saddam Hussein regime had been consigned to the dustbin of history, the Taliban regime had been terminated, al-Qaeda was dispersed, if not destroyed, and the desperately needed New American Century was back on track.
by Jack Delaney
Money Morning Article of the Week
The Tesla Motors stock price dropped 2.20% by late afternoon today (Friday) after Tesla announced 90,000 Model S sedans will be recalled due to seat belt issues.
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24Nov2015 Market Close: Markets Close Mostly Up, DOW Up 20 Points, Oil Remains In The 42's And Other
24Nov2015 Market Update: US Averages Melt Up To Flat Status, DOW Up 2 Points, Oil In Low 43's And Ex
Written by Doug Short and Steven Hansen
The Conference Board Consumer Confidence Index declined to 90.4 in November from the September final reading of 99.1, an upward revision of September's initial 97.6. The market expected (from Bloomberg) this index to come in between 100.0 to 106.0 (consensus 102.5).