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Both cards already offer 5 percent and 3 percent back, respectively, on Amazon.com purchases. The card also gives 2% back at restaurants, gas stations and drugstores and 1% back on all other purchases. Amazon also like is saving money on fees for the credit cards, when customers at Whole Foods pay with one of its branded credit cards than with other cards from other companies.
  • Canada Prime Minster Justin Trudeau says 'peoplekind' remark a 'dumb joke'

    Canada Prime Minster Justin Trudeau says 'peoplekind' remark a 'dumb joke'

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    In the audience was a group of Midwest students and officials, some of whom are skeptical that trade would help them. Trudeau said Wednesday he made a "dumb joke" and says he shouldn't make jokes even when he thinks they are amusing. Among his desires for the agreement are requiring that more auto production be made-in-America, and shifting more government contracts to U.S. companies.
  • Acadia Realty Trust's (NYSE:AKR) Sentiment is 0.99

    Acadia Realty Trust's (NYSE:AKR) Sentiment is 0.99

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    The company has market cap of $2.94 billion. The company has a debt-to-equity ratio of 1.09, a quick ratio of 0.84 and a current ratio of 0.84. Moving averages may be used by investors and traders to shed some light on trading patterns for a specific stock.
  • Theme park revenue key to Disney topping forecasts

    Theme park revenue key to Disney topping forecasts

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    The analyst believes it was "somewhat expected", so he remains unfazed that Studio revenue of $2.50 billion and Consumer/Interactive of $1.45 billion came up a bit short of consensus expectations. Subscribers would have access to even more live sports not available on ESPN linear networks that also include boxing, golf, rugby and cricket. In the past few months, though, Disney has been more talkative.
  • Elon Musk's Tesla announces biggest quarterly loss ever

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    The company should get out of production hell soon, he said. One quarter later, Musk says the company is "still a few levels deeper (in hell) than we'd like to be", but was on track to deliver 2500 vehicles by the end of March, and 5,000 by the end of Q2.
  • Los Angeles tops global congestion ranking for sixth straight year

    Los Angeles tops global congestion ranking for sixth straight year

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    Traffic in Miami is bad not just compared to other USA cities, but compared to every city on earth. And when it comes to nighttime travel, Los Angeles city streets ranked better than those of 35 other cities. Los Angeles has the worst traffic congestion in the world for the sixth straight year, according to the 11th annual report from INRIX, the connected auto and transportation analytics company.
  • Pentagon acknowledges Russian Federation is developing a 'doomsday' nuclear-armed torpedo

    Pentagon acknowledges Russian Federation is developing a 'doomsday' nuclear-armed torpedo

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    At the same time, the Pentagon noted that they do not rule out the use of nuclear weapons if the USA is attacked by using conventional weapons. Defense Secretary James Mattis said: "What we have is a nuclear deterrent, so keep those two words always together and then look at the efforts to push forward on nonproliferation and arms control, and you have to do that when you're in a position of persuasion not of hope".
  • Russian fighter jet 'SHOT DOWN by rebels in Sarqeb', pilot reported DEAD

    Russian fighter jet 'SHOT DOWN by rebels in Sarqeb', pilot reported DEAD

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    The Defense Ministry revealed that according to preliminary information as to the possible cause of the downing, the plane may have been shot down by a man-portable air-defense system (MANPAD). A video circulating on social media shows a lifeless body of a man, his face stained with blood, as bearded gunmen stand around him. The army confirmed new gains on Saturday, saying it had seized a string of villages from al Qaeda fighters, state television said, quoting a military source.
  • Full Panel of DC Circuit Upholds CFPB Structure, Reversing Earlier Decision

    Full Panel of DC Circuit Upholds CFPB Structure, Reversing Earlier Decision

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    When the bureau's first director, Richard Cordray, resigned this past November, just months his five-year term was set to expire, Trump thwarted an attempt by Cordray to hand the agency's reigns to his deputy, Leandra English. Full DC Circuit upholds structure of Consumer... Wall Street interests, the banking and consumer finance industries and Republicans in Congress have fiercely opposed and criticized the agency, accusing it of overreaching in its regulation.
  • Iranian women take off headscarves to protest hijab

    Iranian women take off headscarves to protest hijab

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    Images of her one-woman protest December 27 flooded social media, where she has been lauded as a courageous defender of women's rights. A hashtag about women's role in social change, roughly translating to #GirlsofRevolutionStreet, was also trending on Iranian Twitter.
  • Budget 2018: Exemption on interest income for senior citizens hiked to Rs50,000

    Budget 2018: Exemption on interest income for senior citizens hiked to Rs50,000

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    India's government began unveiling its 2018/19 federal budget on Thursday aiming for stronger economic growth to win over voters ahead of a national election next year while trying to maintain fiscal restraint. "Maintenance of track infrastructure is being given special attention". The FM announced that Wi-Fi, CCTVs will be provided in every station and escalators will be provided in stations with more than 25,000 footfall.
  • OFF TARGET: US Missile DEFENSE FAILS Over Hawaii

    OFF TARGET: US Missile DEFENSE FAILS Over Hawaii

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    Missile Defense Agency only would acknowledge a test took place, but refused to reveal the results. Hawaii's Emergency Management initially blamed the worker for pushing the wrong button, but investigators now say the man actually believed there was a missile heading for Hawaii.
  • Younkers announces several Northeast Wisconsin stores closing

    Younkers announces several Northeast Wisconsin stores closing

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    Younkers, one of the Fox River Mall's anchor department stores, will close in 10 to 12 weeks. This comes as the retailer released plans to close 47 locations nationwide during the early part of 2018. "They had said earlier previous year that it was due to close in June and that a Shop Rite was going to move in and it was still opened so we thought maybe it would stay", said Snell.
  • Blackstone considers buying 55% stake in largest unit of Thomson Reuters

    Blackstone considers buying 55% stake in largest unit of Thomson Reuters

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    Thomson Reuters will retain a 45 per cent holding and will receive approximately $17 billion, including about $3 billion in cash and $14 billion of debt and preferred equity issued by the new business, the companies said. Thomson Reuters shares have retreated since October after third-quarter revenue missed analysts' estimates. Blackstone's investment, if finalized, will put the buyout firm in direct competition with Bloomberg LP as well as News Corp's Dow Jones division in selling data ...
  • CEO of surfing brand Quiksilver missing off French coast

    CEO of surfing brand Quiksilver missing off French coast

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    Surf legend Kelly Slater has already given a tribute to Mr Agnes and while he was still " praying for a miracle ", he indicated that he thought the Quiksilver CEO was dead by speaking about him in past tense. Rescue services were unable to say if the Frenchman had been alone. Quiksilver , which was founded in Australia, makes clothing for surfers and surfing aficionados.
  • Emotional Support Peacock Not Allowed to Fly on United

    Emotional Support Peacock Not Allowed to Fly on United

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    In a statement, United told Fox News the woman had been told ahead of time that she would not be able to bring the peacock on the flight but showed up to the airport with it anyway. The airline said it had seen an 84% increase since 2016 in incidents involving improperly trained animals, including urination, defecation, and attacks on passengers and crew members.
  • Elon Musk Denies Rumors He's Secretly Creating a Zombie Apocalypse

    Elon Musk Denies Rumors He's Secretly Creating a Zombie Apocalypse

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    To go alongside your new flamethrower, Musk is selling an "overpriced" fire extinguisher - good idea - for $30 (£21), the item has the description: "Buy an overpriced Boring Company fire extinguisher!" Who even knows - but please, Elon , roast as many nuts as you want, just don't attack us all with this Boring Company flamethrower.
  • ITC rules in favor of Bombardier

    ITC rules in favor of Bombardier

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    The aircraft manufacturer Bombardier has won a U.S. trade dispute, in a surprise development that is likely to help protect thousands of jobs in Northern Ireland . "The ruling confirms the right of the Canadian and Quebec governments to engage in industrial policy to safeguard jobs and support high tech innovation", said Renaud Gagné, Unifor Quebec Director.
  • Draghi opens fire at United States dollar policy

    Draghi opens fire at United States dollar policy

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    An unexpected uptick in United Kingdom weekly earnings in the three months to November prompted the Euro to Pound (EUR/GBP) exchange rate to slump sharply. The Governing Council expects the key European Central Bank interest rates to remain at their current level for a long time and far beyond the net asset purchase horizon.