The best bidet deals for June 2020: Cheap bidet toilet seats

If you are out of toilet paper and open to trying new things, here are some cheap bidet toilet seats.
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Singtel's annual profit plunges to decades low on Bharti Airtel charges

Singapore Telecommunications Ltd's annual net profit plummeted about 65% to the lowest in more than two decades and it did not provide forecasts for the current year, citing uncertainty due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Tags: Money, businessNews, Singtel, Bharti Airtel, Singapore Telecommunications Ltd

Stocks gain on economic hopes, but Hong Kong risk clouds outlook

Asian shares and U.S. stock futures rose on Thursday as growing optimism about a global economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic trumped immediate concerns about a standoff between the United States and China over Hong Kong.
Tags: Hong Kong, Money, China, businessNews, United States

These are the best cheap 3D printer deals for June 2020

If you're looking to dive into the world of 3D printing, we've got the best cheap 3D printer deals right here.
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More time for farmers, councils in Govt water reforms

Farmers and councils will get more time to implement new controls on freshwater quality, and a national bottomline on dissolved nitrogen levels will be deferred under final proposals announced by the government today.The measures... [Author: [email protected]]
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Venezuela's Maduro vows to raise gasoline price as Iranian tanker nears

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro on Wednesday pledged to begin charging citizens for gasoline, as the fourth cargo of a five-tanker flotilla bringing fuel from Iran approached the South American nation's exclusive economic zone.
Tags: Money, Iran, businessNews, Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, Maduro

U.S. states sue Trump administration over fuel efficiency rollback

A group of 23 U.S. states and the District of Columbia filed a lawsuit on Wednesday challenging a Trump administration decision to weaken Obama-era fuel efficiency standards.
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Worst might be over for UK hiring slump - survey

British employers turned a bit less pessimistic about hiring and investment this month as the government moved to relax its coronavirus lockdown of much of the economy, according to a survey published by a recruiting industry body.
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Escape reality with the best cheap PS Plus deals for June 2020

Here are a few PS Plus deals that will have you playing online and enjoying free monthly games right away.
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U.S. business to Trump: Go slowly on Hong Kong response

Business groups are urging U.S. President Donald Trump to go slowly in responding to Bejing's planned imposition of new national security laws on Hong Kong, warning revoking the city's special U.S. privileges will hurt the territory and its people.
Tags: Hong Kong, Money, businessNews, Donald Trump, Trump, Bejing

Reduced toothfish catch impacts Sanford first half

Growth in Sanford's aquaculture business was not enough to salvage reduced longline volumes as the country's biggest seafood and fishing company was effectively frozen out of the important Antarctic toothfish grounds.With its deep-water... [Author: [email protected]]
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News Corp Australia's push for digitisation to lead to job losses

News Corp Australia said it would restructure its organisation to focus on digital publishing, a move that will also lead to job losses.
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Australia economic downturn to be less severe than initially feared - RBA

Australia's central bank chief said on Thursday that better-than-feared health outcomes from the COVID-19 pandemic suggest the country's economic downturn will likely not be as severe as earlier thought.
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U.S. businesses hammered by pandemic but see some green shoots, Fed says

U.S. businesses continued to be slammed by the effects of the novel coronavirus epidemic into the middle of May, a Federal Reserve report showed on Wednesday, and few expected a swift recovery despite some signs of hope.
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U.S. weighs options 'across the spectrum' to punish China over Hong Kong

The Trump administration is crafting a range of options to punish China over its tightening grip on Hong Kong, including targeted sanctions, new tariffs and further restrictions on Chinese companies, according to U.S. officials and people familiar with the discussions.
Tags: Hong Kong, Money, China, businessNews, Trump

Humble three-bedroom Auckland home sells for $8m - $2.4m above CV

An Auckland luxury home has sold for $8 million, well above its council valuation and defying expectations of a housing market downturn in the face of the Covid-19 pandemic.It comes as a series of modest homes have been selling... [Author: [email protected]]
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Arizona sues Google over claims it illegally collected location data from smartphone users even after they opted out (GOOG, GOOGL)

Arizona has filed a lawsuit against Google accusing it of illegally collecting smartphone users' location data, attorney general Mark Brnovich said in a press release on Wednesday. The lawsuit claims Google violated Arizona's consumer fraud laws by tracking users' locations even when they had disabled location tracking settings and demands Google repay any money it made as a result. "The Attorney General and the contingency fee lawyers filing this lawsuit appear to have mischaracterized our se...
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Trump is unleashing an executive order against social media companies, and it could trigger a legal fight they desperately want to avoid (FB, TWTR)

Donald Trump plans to issue an executive order targeting social media companies on Thursday. The US President has been railing against tech companies after Twitter fact-checked two of his tweets. It's not immediately clear what the executive order will detail — but it threatens to plunge tech firms into a fight they've tried desperately to avoid. The right have accused tech companies of deliberately discriminating against conservatives, which they deny. Trump threatened to shut certain social ...
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Taxpayer Advocate not taking coronavirus payment cases

Millions of folks — around 152 million of us, by the Internal Revenue Service's latest count — have received COVID-19 economic impact payments, or EIPs as they are called in the acronym crazy federal government (and tax) world. The payments of up to $1,200 per individual and $500 for each eligible child were created by the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act. The IRS began sending out EIPs in April. But now, two months after the CARES Act became law on March 27, some EIP-e...
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Life Lessons You Learn When You Take Financial Risks

If you want to make serious money in this world, you have to take ownership of capital – or in old-fashioned language, the means of production. When you do, you’re faced with a choice. You can either leave your money in a diversified portfolio and wait for the economic tide to deliver returns. Or you can go into the hectic world of trading and try your hand at timing the market.  Academic economists strongly recommend that you don’t do that . They point out that beating the market con...
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Julia Shallcrass: Restructuring and redundancies in Covid-19

COMMENT: Struggling to keep your business afloat?The financial impact of Covid-19 may have struck your business like the iceberg that sank the Titanic, causing you to shut stores and cut jobs.Perhaps you are simply uncertain... [Author: [email protected]]
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Tencent raises $6 billion in largest Asian corporate debt deal this year

Tencent Holdings Ltd has raised $6 billion in debt, the Chinese technology company said on Thursday, in the largest debt deal by an Asian corporate in 2020.
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Billionaire Icahn exits Hertz with 'significant' loss after bankruptcy filing

 Billionaire investor Carl Icahn, who was the largest shareholder in Hertz Global Holdings Inc, unloaded his entire stake in the rental car company at a "significant loss" days after it filed for bankruptcy protection.
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Edited Transcript of CWH.N earnings conference call or presentation 7-May-20 8:30pm GMT

Q1 2020 Camping World Holdings Inc Earnings Call
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Strategists cut Nikkei forecasts, see no upside this year - Reuters poll

Japanese stock prices will likely remain well below pre-coronavirus pandemic peaks until at least the end of next year, a Reuters poll showed on Thursday. The median estimate of 23 analysts and fund managers polled May 12-26 put the Nikkei benchmark at 21,000 at the end of 2020. "If there is a second wave of infections, markets could falter again but our basic scenario is a sustained rally in share prices," said Hiroshi Watanabe, senior economist at Sony Financial.
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Asian stocks gain on economic hopes, Hong Kong remains a risk

Asian shares and U.S. stock futures rose on Thursday as growing optimism about economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic trumped immediate concerns about a standoff between the United States and China over Hong Kong.
Tags: Hong Kong, Money, China, businessNews, United States

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