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Mon, 30 May 2016 02:41:00 GMT

CBS News

Authorities: Woman likely bitten by shark off California coast
CBS News
Last Updated May 29, 2016 10:41 PM EDT. LOS ANGELES -- Authorities say a swimmer was bitten by a shark just off the coast of Corona Del Mar in California on Sunday, CBS Los Angeles reported. A rescue boat reached the woman in the water and ...

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Mon, 30 May 2016 02:11:54 GMT

BBC News

Taxpayers' Alliance: Sugar tax will hit poorest hardest
BBC News
The planned sugar tax will "hit poorest families hardest" and has nothing to do with the sugar content of products, the Taxpayers' Alliance says. The group, which wants the levy to be axed, tested 49 drinks and found that some coffee shop drinks had ...

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Mon, 30 May 2016 01:59:11 GMT

BBC News

Great Barrier Reef: Bleaching 'kills 35% of area's coral'
BBC News
At least 35% of corals in the northern and central parts of Australia's Great Barrier Reef have been destroyed by bleaching, Australian scientists say. The experts from James Cook University (JCU) say it is the most extreme case of mass bleaching they ...

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Sun, 29 May 2016 17:25:22 GMT

Bloomberg

Nigeria's Buhari Reassures Investors on Naira, Restive Delta
Bloomberg
“Nigeria has been compelled to make a currency adjustment because of market forces and the deteriorating state of the economy,” Bismarck Rewane, chief executive officer of Lagos-based consultancy Financial Derivatives Co., said by phone on Sunday.

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Sun, 29 May 2016 13:25:55 GMT

Finance Magnates

Getting Ready for Brexit Volatility and the Forex Champions League
Finance Magnates
Speaking to Finance Magnates, the Head of Institutional at CMC Markets, Richard Elston, said: “While the API does carry FX, we are keen to promote the CFD side of the business at the moment. Given the fact that we have just gone through an IPO and our ...

Sat, 28 May 2016 22:58:05 GMT

The Star Online

EPF to avoid forex investments
The Star Online
Noting that most Malaysians in general still lack financial literacy, Shahril said some had made poor choices by either following blindly the recommendations of their commission-driven financial advisers or getting caught up in the market euphoria and ...

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