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WIREDElon Musk Has Better Things to Do Than Run Tesla
34 minutes ago
WIRED

With the Model 3 finally rolling out of a bustling factory and Tesla poised to take its place among mainstream automakers, perhaps the time has come for Elon Musk to step aside from the day-today of building cars. He could focus on some of his other ...

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Polish central banker Lon says rates likely to stay flat in 2018
1 hour and 36 minutes ago
Reuters

WARSAW (Reuters) - Interest rates in Poland will likely stay unchanged at current all-time lows until the end of 2018, interest-rate setter Eryk Lon was quoted as saying on Saturday. "I think it is rather likely ... that interest rates will remain at ...


NewsFactor NetworkSorry Bill: Jeff Bezos Is Now the World's Richest Man
4 hours and 34 minutes ago
NewsFactor Network

Amazon head honcho Jeff Bezos has taken over as the richest man in the world, with a fortune of over $90 billion. According to Forbes and Bloomberg, Bezos [pictured above] had a net worth of over $89 billion as of the close of markets Wednesday, while ...


Radio Pakistan (press release)Neelum Jhelum Hydropower Project to start electricity generation by February next year
6 hours and 35 minutes ago
Radio Pakistan (press release)

The Neelum Jhelum Hydropower Project is scheduled to start electricity generation with commissioning of its first generating unit by February next year. It was informed during a meeting of the project's Board of Management held in Islamabad. Chairman ...

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Agriculture.comWheat Market Sees Lots of Gaps, Has Nothing to Show for It
6 hours and 50 minutes ago
Agriculture.com

The grain markets opened the week with a gap lower following a weekend of better than expected rains through much of the Midwest. Tuesday saw corn and beans then gap higher following worse than expected crop condition ratings, but wheat couldn't get ...

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METALS-Copper steady as dollar flattens
7 hours and 1 minute ago
Business Insider

SYDNEY, July 28 (Reuters) - Copper prices drifted in early Asian trading on Friday with little movement in currency markets, a key driver over recent sessions. "We're seeing a flat dollar and that's likely to keep things light," said a commodities ...

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The Express TribuneOntex seeks tax incentives for foreign investors
7 hours and 19 minutes ago
The Express Tribune

KARACHI: Ontex Pakistan has urged the government to focus on reducing customs duties on the import of raw material, machinery and technology instead of finished goods as this will promote more investment in the country. “Foreign investors that have ...

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The Express TribuneIn PM's absence, decision to cut petroleum prices in limbo
7 hours and 38 minutes ago
The Express Tribune

ISLAMABAD: Oil consumers could get reasonable relief at the start of next month as the industry regulator has proposed a reduction of up to 6.3% in prices of petroleum products, taking cue from the global market trend. The price cut has been ...

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Value of US deals in China sinks on rising trade tensions
9 hours and 31 minutes ago
The Star Online

US CORPORATE acquisitions in China collapsed to their lowest level for 14 years in the first half of this year, as trade tensions between the two countries and uncertainty about Chinese government regulations took a toll on deal making. The value of ...


The NationPSX witnesses another dull session
July 28th, 2017 - 06:39:06
The Nation

KARACHI - Pakistan Stock Exchange (PSX) witnessed another lackluster session on Thursday as the 100-share index, after making an intra-day high of 117 points and a low of 150 points, closed at 45,906 points after losing 3 points. The market is rife ...

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