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Extreme Weather Could Drive 22 Million People From Their Homes This Year

Cyclones, hurricanes and floods drove more than 7 million people from their homes in the first six months of 2019. By the end of the year, the total number of ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Dropbox, EA, Halliburton, Intuit, Juniper Networks, ProLogis, Silicon Motion, Taiwan Semi, Textron, Vertex and More

Stocks were indicated to have a mixed opening bell on Tuesday, but the S&P 500 was last seen back above 3,000 and is now well within 1% of an all-time ...
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35 de los récords mundiales más extraños de la historia

Dan Popadynec se inspiró en una pregunta inusual que le hizo su hijo Zennon: el niño preguntó al ingeniero profesional licenciado si sabía cuál era la altura de la torre ...
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Countries That Suffer the Most From Extreme Weather Events

For the past 14 years, Germanwatch, an independent development and environmental organization that advocates for sustainable development, has ranked countries by their exposure and vulnerability to climate-related risks over a ...
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The City Hit Hardest by Extreme Poverty in Every State

For the nearly 46.9 million Americans living below the poverty line, financial insecurity affects nearly every aspect of daily life -- from physical and mental health to achievement in education ...
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The City Hit Hardest by Extreme Poverty in Every State

For the nearly 46.9 million Americans living below the poverty line, financial insecurity affects nearly every aspect of daily life -- from physical and mental health to achievement in education ...
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AT&T’s Extraordinary 6.3% Yield

There are junk bond funds that have a yield of less than 7%. They are comprised of bonds in companies that are below investment grade, which means they carry ...
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AT&T’s Extraordinary 6.3% Yield

There are junk bond funds that have a yield of less than 7%. They are comprised of bonds in companies that are below investment grade, which means they carry considerable ...
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Why an Extra $600 Million Will Help Zynga Bring in New Talent for Better (or More) Games

Zynga Inc. (NASDAQ: ZNGA) is embarking on the sale-leaseback strategy to raise cash. The company might not need the cash today, given its close to $250 million in cash at ...
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Cities Hit Hardest by Extreme Poverty

For the nearly 46.9 million Americans living below the poverty line, financial insecurity affects nearly every aspect of daily life -- from personal relationships to physical and mental health. Just ...
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Cities Hit Hardest by Extreme Poverty

For the nearly 46.9 million Americans living below the poverty line, financial insecurity affects nearly every aspect of daily life -- from personal relationships to physical and mental health. Just ...
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Apple Stock’s Extraordinary Comeback

Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) shares were battered when it made its last earnings announcement. Among the bad news was slowing sales of its iPhone flagship, which has driven revenue growth ...
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6 Extreme Desert Floods Around the World

Early this year, Chile's Atacama desert -- the driest desert in the world -- experienced an extremely rare rainfall, which resulted in flooding that left six people dead. Defined by ...
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Deutsche Bank Extremely Selective on Banks: 4 Large Cap Regionals to Buy

Needless to say, the merger between BB&T and SunTrust took Wall Street by storm, and when completed it will make the combined company the sixth largest U.S. bank. With the ...
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Fed Chair Powell Sounds Extremely Different at Start of 2019 Versus 2018

In 2018, Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell and his fellow Federal Reserve regional presidents seemed hell-bent on slowing down the economy with endless interest rate hikes rather than just trying ...
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