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Free meals, other offers for Veterans Day weekend 2019

SALT LAKE CITY – Veterans Day this year falls on Monday, November 11, and various companies are offering offers and discounts to military veterans and active personnel, even as far as possible to extend the offer to their immediate family. Below is a list of participating sites and their offers and discounts. Military identification or proof of service is required …

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The world's billionaires lost a total of $ 388 billion in 2018

Billionaires in Asia saw their wealth fall most. The net worth of Chinese billionaires decreased by 12.3% measured in US dollars. About half of that decline is due to a write-down in the Chinese yuan against the US dollar, according to the report. The region also lost the largest number of billionaires, with China and India seeing the biggest drops. …

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Scandinavian Wine? A Warming Climate Tempts Entrepreneurs

But half a century from now, those regions may no longer be a safe haven, while the climate for growing in Denmark and neighboring countries may improve. Already, winemakers here are credited with creating white wines with crisp, structured flavors that are fading in southern climes where heat is reducing grape acidity. “We're trying to define the Nordic style of …

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consumer inflation rises in high pork prices

Pigs in their pen on a farm on the outskirts of Chengdu, China's southwest Sichuan Province, August 2, 2005. Peter Parks | AFP | Getty Images China's producer prices fell most for more than three years in October, when the manufacturing sector was weakened by declining demand and a blow from the Chinese and US tariff wars, reinforcing the case …

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Baked Bitcoin Futures Set New Record Amid BTC Dump

What is bullish for some is bearish for others. Bakkt's physically-settled bitcoin futures contracts continue to gather momentum but the asset itself has retreated back below $ 9,000 as the bears get back in the game. Bitcoin Price Falls Through Support Following a fortnight of range-bound trading in the mid- $ 9,000 zones, the anticipated downward move has finally arrived. …

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Saudi Arabia's last attempt to increase Aramco's valuation

Saudi Arabia is adapting to the Aramco IPO and pulling out all the stops to increase the company's valuation. But it is a desperate attempt that is confused with risk. Saudi Arabia is reportedly bullying the ultra-rich in the country for investing their money in the offering, a press campaign that echoes the Ritz-Carlton shake in 2017. [19659002] Aramco is …

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S&P 500 hits record to notch five straight weeks of gains

The stock market capped another week of healthy gains on Friday, but it ended on more of a befuddled note than a bang as confusion about US-China trade was hung over the market. Stocks wobbled between small gains and losses through the day amid conflicting signals about the progress being made by US and Chinese negotiators. President Donald Trump said …

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Singles Day 2019: Alibaba's shopping day bigger than Thanksgiving, Black Friday, Cyber ​​Monday combined

"Singles Day" may sound lonely, but those taking part this November 11 can find some togetherness in what amounts to the world's largest annual shopping spree. In terms of money spent, China's one-day festival of consumption is likely to eclipse Thanksgiving, Black Friday and Cyber ​​Monday – combined, according to Adobe Analytics. The retail data tracking service estimates that the …

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McKinsey & Company is facing federal probation: Report

Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban on Forever 21 filing for bankruptcy, IPO market and whether he is running for president. The management consulting firm McKinsey & Company is undergoing a federal criminal investigation into how it advises bankrupt companies, The New York Times reported Friday. Prosecutors are investigating whether McKinsey puts his profits ahead of clients' best interests and used …

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