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UK shopping centre landlords face challenges

The Bluewater shopping centre in Kent claims to “set the benchmark for the ultimate shopping and leisure experience”. But the recent sale of a stake in the 240-acre complex has prompted concerns about falling prices for even the UK’s most highly prized shopping centres. Investors are questioning whether property owners have fully absorbed the impact of changes buffeting the retail ...

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US dollar steady | US dollar remains steady

The US dollar remained steady against a basket of major currencies after conflicting US economic data, leaving it on course for its largest weekly rise in 2017 amid a rise in expectations for inflation and US interest rate hikes on Friday. Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen said earlier this week that the Central bank planned to stay on its current rate hike ...

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Are Investors Bullish? and Others News

It is a big week for economic data. The punditry will be analyzing the Trump tax proposal. Everyone will be drawing conclusions about how these factors may be linked with stock prices. Expect people to be asking: Get The Full Ray Dalio Series in PDF Get the entire 10-part series on Ray Dalio in PDF. Save it to your desktop, ...

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Despite some softness, regional economy continued to grow in second quarter | BiS

Following an extraordinarily strong first quarter, the region’s economic numbers softened somewhat in the second quarter of 2017 but continued to grow steadily, a trend Armstrong State University economist Michael Toma predicts will continue beyond the New Year. “Although we can expect a bump or two in the third quarter due to the effects of Hurricane Irma, sustained economic expansion ...

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Sensex: Sensex Week Ahead: RBI policy, IPOs, macro data to steer market

With the ‘feel good’ factor evaporated and the market finally coming to terms with macro-economic reality, the ongoing correction in the domestic equities is likely to sustain. With a sharp U-turn, the stock market has been a perfect epitome of the saying, ‘change is the only constant’. From being the apple of the eye of investors, especially FIIs, domestic stocks ...

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Can The US Dollar Get Its Groove Back? – Forbes

Forbes Can The US Dollar Get Its Groove Back?ForbesSince the start of the year, the U.S. dollar has been in a firm downtrend as the “Trump Trade” euphoria about dies down and hard economic data has remained lackluster. The “bearish dollar/bullish commodities and emerging markets mentality” has become …

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Despite some softness, regional economy continued to grow in second quarter

Following an extraordinarily strong first quarter, the region’s economic numbers softened somewhat in the second quarter of 2017 but continued to grow steadily, a trend Armstrong State University economist Michael Toma predicts will continue beyond the New Year. “Although we can expect a bump or two in the third quarter due to the effects of Hurricane Irma, sustained economic expansion ...

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Upbeat economic figures to bolster case for rate rise

By Neil Craven for The Mail on Sunday Published: 17:01 EDT, 30 September 2017 | Updated: 17:01 EDT, 30 September 2017 Economic data expected this week is likely to build the case for an interest rate rise as soon as November. Bank of England Governor Mark Carney said on Friday he expected rates to rise in ‘the relatively near term’ ...

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