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In North Carolina, a state judge ordered election officials to extend the deadline in 36 eastern counties of the state because of disruptions caused by Hurricane Matthew. But Stephens said those obstacles were outweighed by the "significant right of the constitution to ensure that every voter that wants to vote is not precluded from doing so as a result of a natural disaster".
  • Producer Price Index Up 0.3% in September

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    Import prices slid 0.4 percent yearly and climbed 0.6 percent from a month earlier. United States import prices rose 0.1% in September following a 0.2% decline the previous month and the increase was slightly lower than the consensus estimate of a 0.2% increase.
  • Protesters outside United Kingdom court ahead of Brexit lawsuit

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    The PM was therefore able to allow disgruntled Tories, who want a vote, to back the Labour motion without rebelling, by voting for a Government amendment which simply adds caveats. Brexit arose many legal questions, moreover, now United Kingdom is facing a "divorce bill" of up to €20 billion (£18 billion) as the cost of exit the European Union, The Manchester Evening News reported.
  • Ford shuts Mustang factory for one week after sales plunge

    Ford shuts Mustang factory for one week after sales plunge

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    Workers will be paid in the interim. At first, it may not look like a problem especially since Ford has enjoyed a long season of golden rain but the worries surfaced when the details of the sales slowdown came to light. Ford began selling Mustang globally past year, and the factory produces versions with the steering wheel on both sides of the dashboard for right-drive and left-drive markets, Merkle said.
  • Delta Air Lines, Inc.'s (DAL)

    Delta Air Lines, Inc.'s (DAL)

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    Today's video takes a quick look at Delta Air Lines (DAL ) heading into their earnings report. (NYSE:DAL). On 24-Aug-16 Imperial Capital Initiated Delta Air Lines, Inc . In other news, Director George N. Mattson purchased 10,000 shares of the company's stock in a transaction on Wednesday, August 3rd. The transaction was disclosed in a filing with the Securities & Exchange Commission, which is available through this link .
  • And Then There Were Three - Fly Makes Cameo On Clinton's Shirt

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    Louis. Early on, during one particularly pointed exchange, Trump complained that the debate was "one on three", implying that Raddatz and Cooper were allied with Hillary Clinton . She described Lincoln's strategy as being: 'trying to convince some people he used some arguments, convincing other people he used other arguments'.
  • Snapchat reportedly looking to go public early next year

    Snapchat reportedly looking to go public early next year

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    Wall Street Journal said Snapchat will go public as early as late March. If the report proves true, the share sale would be the largest on a U.S. An IPO would be an important step in Los Angeles-based Snap's effort to compete with the Silicon Valley tech giants. A 2017 Snapchat IPO would be one of the flashiest in more than a year.
  • Kaine vs. Pence: All even at the start, poll shows

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    Just 30% of registered voters will definitely watch the Tuesday event. This vice presidential undercard matchup, with two white baby-boomer politicians squaring off, should remind viewers of more traditional political debates in an election that has been anything but traditional.
  • Deutsche Bank CEO: Market forces trying to weaken us

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    Deutsche Bank has been a growing concern for investors since US authorities two weeks ago said they are seeking $14 billion from the bank to settle legal claims over its sales of mortgage securities, complex investments that were one of the key causes of the global financial crisis in 2008.
  • French rogue trader damages slashed to 1 million euros

    French rogue trader damages slashed to 1 million euros

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    It was just the latest step in an eight-year saga in which Societe Generale pulled itself back from the brink of bankruptcy and Kerviel spent almost five months behind bars after his trades cost the bank 4.9 billion euros. Although he was paid a relatively modest salary, Kerviel is alleged to have made Societe Generale 1.9 billion euros before the financial crisis accelerated his losses.
  • Deutsche Bank near $5.4 bn United States toxic bonds settlement

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    Germany's largest lender has been the worry of investors this week as it reportedly faced a $14 billion fine over an investigation into the sale of bad derivative products from the financial crisis. Banks are recovering from a sharp drop as Deutsche Bank tries to reassure investors about its financial health. Asian equities fell the most in nearly three weeks, with stocks in Japan and South Korea dropping 1.3 percent and 1 percent respectively.
  • GM, Canadian workers reach deal to avert strike

    GM, Canadian workers reach deal to avert strike

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    Catharines Propulsion Plant as part of investments in the four-year agreement reached late Monday with Unifor , according to the sources who asked not to be identified because the plans have not been made public. Dias said the investment will mean Oshawa will be the "first and only plant in North America" to be able to build both cars and trucks. New employees hired by GM will be eligible for a defined-contribution pension plan, rather than the defined-benefit pension plan covering existing ...