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Sluggish inflation gives the Federal Reserve the leeway to keep borrowing costs low and help draw more workers into the labour market, San Francisco Federal Reserve Bank President Mary Daly said on Saturday. "We're lucky right now," Daly said at University of California, Berkeley's
The leak into internal circuit boards will trigger a warning to drivers, which if ignored may lead to a fire in "rare instances," Nissan said in a filing dated Nov. 8 with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) under recall number 18V-601.
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Malaysia's ruling coalition lost its fourth electoral contest on Saturday since coming to power last May, uncovering deepening cracks in the young alliance mired by uncertainty over a succession plan for its top leadership. The opposition secured a majority of over 15,000 votes to wrest the Tanjung
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Harvey Jones picks out two FTSE 100 (INDEXFTSE:UKX) that have been overlooked, despite thrashing the index.
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