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Central Banks Pull Back as Global Growth Picture Brightens

10/09 03:44 Anonymous 0

A synchronized global economic expansion is leading to a big shift in monetary policy around the world—toward central banks shrinking rather than growing—with implications for markets, inflation and the outlook for growth.Following the financial crisis from 2007-2009, the world’s big central banks had been net buyers of financial assets in global markets, expanding their portfolios of government bonds, mortgage debt and corporate securities by 1% to 3% of global economic output per year for much of the past six years.

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Weinstein Co. Board Fires Harvey Weinstein

10/09 03:44 Anonymous 0

Weinstein Co.’s board of directors fired co-chairman Harvey Weinstein from the independent movie and television studio on Sunday, citing allegations of sexual misconduct by one of the highest-profile producers in Hollywood.

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Pentagon Takes Control of F-35 Cost-Cutting Push

10/08 15:44 Anonymous 0

The price of the combat jet has been falling, but some military chiefs are concerned about the pace and source of savings




















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The Pentagon has taken over an effort to cut the cost of the F-35 combat jet, after rejecting plans proposed by Lockheed Martin Corp.

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Amazon Has a Luxury Problem

10/08 15:44 Anonymous 0

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High-end retailers want firmer commitment to policing site for counterfeits, unauthorized sellers




















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Lidl Stores Gain Little Traction So Far in U.S.

10/08 15:44 Anonymous 0

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German grocer Lidl’s share of store visits dipped in the months after U.ET







Since opening its first U.

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P&G vs. Nelson Peltz: The Most-Expensive Shareholder War Ever

10/08 03:44 Anonymous 0

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Individuals own 40% of Procter & Gamble shares, and the two sides have spent a combined $60 million to reach each shareholder




















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Small shareholders are set to decide the biggest and most-expensive proxy fight in history.