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Oxford Mail - Football
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BBC News 24
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£60 billion by the a lot of money, £2 trillion is an awful lot of money. The government spent a lot into the financial crisis that had to spend more rescuing banks afterwards, fixing those numbers will take a long time and it will take a lot of very good news month by month to get us there. And we haven't got Brexit yet.
South China Morning Post
5 minutes
US President Donald Trump has supported many policies that could harm emerging market economies. But investors are betting that his bark will turn out to be worse than his bite. More than US$7 billion has poured into exchange-traded funds tracking emerging market stocks and bonds this year through February 19. That runs counter to the six weeks after Trumps election victory, when investors yanked US$2 billion from the funds on concerns about his promises to reshape Americas trade...
Derby Telegraph
5 minutes
Former Derby County defender John Brayford WON'T feature for Burton Albion as they head to Pride Park Stadium tonight.Brayford, who played over 100 games for the Rams before joining Cardiff City, is struggling with a knee injury he sustained in the Brewers' 2-1 victory at Queens Park Rangers last month.The 29-year-old is on loan at Burton - the club with which he began his career - from Sheffield United. Brayford did go through some pre-match drills on the field ahead of Saturday's win over...
BBC News 24
5 minutes
We are saying that because the economy is performing better, tax receipts are better, but the numbers we are dealing with are still very large numbers. British dead, by the end of the forecast period, to close at 19-20, will be touching £2 trillion.
Nottingham Evening Post
8 minutes
The annual literary dress-up fest that is World Book Day is looming - and there are just a few days to sort out a costume which will impress at the school gates.This year the celebration of books takes place on Thursday, March 2, and schools across Nottinghamshire will be filled with mini literary characters.For parents, finding a costume that is easy to cobble together is no mean feat - but fear not, we are here to help.Read more: Mum thanks stranger who hugs her after daughter's tantrum in...
MarketWatch Headlines
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Live Science
10 minutes
Got snow? NASA’s new SnowEx campaign is taking a closer look at snow, an important source of freshwater for 60 million people in the U.S., and for 1.2 billion people worldwide.
The Iran Project
11 minutes
In December 2016, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) said it expected Iran’s economic growth to reach as high as 6.6 percent for the Persian calendar year that ends on 20 March 2017. It emphasized that the higher production and exports of oil after the removal of sanctions and exports would be particularly instrumental in boosting Iran’s economic growth that was in recession last year. A country with a population of around 80 million, Iran is currently one of the biggest economies of the Middle East and has a gross domestic production (GDP) of around $380 billion. The main driving force of Iran’s economic growth is exports of oil. The country is currently exporting close to 2.3 million barrels per day (mb/d) of oil and analysts are already expecting the volume to increase to as high as 2.5 mb/d. Based on the budget bill for the next Iranian calendar year, the country expects to sell its oil at around $50 dollars per barrel thus expecting its annual oil revenues to be around $33 billion.
Scientific American
11 minutes
South China Morning Post
14 minutes
US President Donald Trump has supported many policies that could harm emerging market economies. But investors are betting that his bark will turn out to be worse than his bite. More than US$7 billion has poured into exchange-traded funds tracking emerging market stocks and bonds this year through February 19. That runs counter to the six weeks after Trumps election victory, when investors yanked US$2 billion from the funds on concerns about his promises to reshape Americas trade...
Voice Of America
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Officially, the last census counted 2.2. million immigrants in South Africa; some estimates are as high as 5 million immigrants. The nation is also beset by racial inequality and high unemployment, which has led to frustration. In 2015, xenophobic violence in Durban and Johannesburg left at least seven people dead and prompted thousands to flee. Another outbreak of violence in 2008 left at least 67 people dead. Ethiopian community member Alemayehu Senbeta, a carpenter, disputes the notion that immigrants take jobs away from South Africans and hinder the economy. “We’re not taking any jobs from the [citizens], but we are helping and supporting,” he said. “As you know, most of our people are in locations, rural areas. They go wherever, even risky places where people cannot go. Even some of the places citizens are very scared to go to that place, but our people go there and create a business for themselves.
Ars Technica UK
18 minutes
Tuesday's report comes a week after Yahoo sent a new round of notifications warning users that their accounts may have been breached as recently as last year . The disclosure caused concerns, because previously all the hacks were believed to have taken place in 2013 and 2014. The much more recent compromises were carried out by forging the browser cookies Yahoo servers set after a user logs in to an account. Once a computer has the authentication cookie, it no longer requires a users enter a password to access the account. Yahoo first disclosed the cookie attack in October , but didn't say how recently it had occurred. Read 2 remaining paragraphs | Comments
Ruptly TV
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Autoblog
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Filed under: Green , Plants/Manufacturing , Acura , United States , Coupe , Hybrid , Supercars Packages start at $2,700. Continue reading Buy a new NSX and you can put the badges on as it rolls off the line in Ohio Buy a new NSX and you can put the badges on as it rolls off the line in Ohio originally appeared on Autoblog on Mon, 20 Feb 2017 16:22:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds . Permalink | Email this | Comments
I4U News
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In its MWC 2017 invite, Samsung teased the lower bezel of Galaxy Tab S3, hinting that Galaxy S8 will not be announced anywhere around the last 2 to 4 days of February in Barcelona. Instead, the Tab...
Top Speed
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Together, those numbers help the Concept_One sprint from 0 to 62 mph in just 2.6 seconds to go with a top speed of 221 mph. If there’s truth to Mikac’s comments, we can expect the follow-up model to eclipse those numbers. It will likely cost more than the $1.2 million Rimac was asking per unit of the eight-piece Concept_One and the $1.6 million price tag of the $1.6 million Concept_One S. We’ll let your imaginations take it from here. In the meantime, deliveries of the $1.6 million Concept_One are expected to begin in March with more owners getting theirs shortly thereafter. According to Mikac, most of the available Concept_One supercars are already pre-sold and that the first car is already expected to make its way to its American owner in the coming days. Continue after the jump to read the full story.
ABC News - International
28 minutes
The Cornishman
29 minutes
Cornwall has three streets or villages where the average house price is £1 million or more. The most expensive road in the county in 2016 was Restronguet Point near Truro, where house prices averaged £1.34m from four sales. Gillan near Helston came second with house prices averaging just over £1.2 million while Tredragon Road in Trenance, Newquay, was ranked third most expensive, at just under £1.1 million.Restronguet Point in Feock, where houses are among the most...
Futurity
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To track the bees' behavior, the team superglued tiny RFID tags to the backs of the bees. Each tag weighs only 2 to 3 percent of the bee's weight. A Y-tube connects the hive to two arenas, one that offers pollen and one that offers nectar. When a bee leaves the hive to forage, it can choose to go to the pollen chamber or the nectar chamber. Two RFID readers mounted at the entrance keep track of the bees going in and out and help the researchers collect a wealth of data. This setup gives us information about directionality, Russell explains. Is the forager leaving or returning from foraging? We also get an idea of whether a bee goes from one chamber to the other, or whether it makes repeated trips to only one chamber, and we get to know how long the trips were. Cheap tags add paper to the Internet of Things Since the team was especially interested in the sequence of the foraging trips over the course of the day, some heavy lifting was needed to make sense of all the data, so Russell enlisted the help of Sarah Morrison, a doctoral student in the UA's Lunar and Planetary Laboratory, who studies orbital dynamics and the evolution of solar systems.
Daily Mail - USA
33 minutes
The actress first filed for bankruptcy in 2013, claiming her assets totaled nearly $24,000 but her liabilities came to over $2 million. Last Wednesday, a trustee filed his final report in the case.
IBTimes
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