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Mega ships move advantages and hurdles to ports of LA and Long Beach

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The largest enclosure boat ever to unpack in North America arrived during a Port of Los Angeles on Dec. 22. Four days later, an even bigger one showed up: a CMA CGM Benjamin Franklin, a boat usually about as prolonged ...

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Oil, Asia shares see resigned finish to year dominated by Fed, China

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SINGAPORE/SYDNEY Asian share markets looked set to finish a rough, flighty year on a resigned note on Thursday as a renewed trip in oil prices sapped sentiment, a ominous trend that shows each pointer of slow into 2016. European markets ...

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Puerto Rico Says It Will Default on Some Bonds

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Equities pulled reduce by oil, China concerns

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NEW YORK Global equities were reduce on Monday, pressured by another downdraft in oil prices and worries over expansion in China’s economy, while a holiday deteriorate kept trade volumes muted. Prices of both Brent and U.S. wanton forsaken some-more than ...

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Asia bonds resigned as oil resumes fall

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TOKYO Asian bonds were resigned on Tuesday, with Japanese and South Korean equities slipping, after wanton oil prices resumed their slip and cooled financier sentiment. MSCI’s broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outward Japan were effectively unchanged, and looked set for ...

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Carl Icahn trumps Bridgestone’s offer for Pep Boys again

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Activist financier Carl Icahn trumped Japanese tire builder Bridgestone Corp’s (5108.T) latest offer for Pep Boys-Manny Moe Jack (PBY.N) by $1.50 per share, as a behest fight for a U.S. automobile tools tradesman continues. Pep Boys’ shares were adult 6.3 ...

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Deutsche Bank Sees Taper Tantrum Echo Ahead for U.S. Treasuries

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Enjoy a holiday slowdown, bond traders. If analysts during Deutsche Bank AG are right, a marketplace is going to get a lot some-more volatile. After a Federal Reserve succeeded in nudging borrowing costs adult from nearby 0 final week in ...

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Post-Christmas selling – it’s a thing now

Black Friday and a days before Christmas tend to be a busiest selling days of a year, though new analytics from ShopperTrack suggests post-Christmas selling is indeed apropos some-more and some-more of a thing now. The organisation pronounced in a ...

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FedEx Employees Play Catch-up to Deliver Late Holiday Packages

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Holiday hours for stores, restaurants

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One area strike tough Thursday, Dec. 24 by flooding was a city of Lanett. The village saw endless flooding, generally on Highway 29 nearby a state line, where puncture officials had to retard a highway and reroute traffic.  Article source: ...

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