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Hillary Clinton takes on “The Daily Show”

And finally, former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is on a media tour in the U.S. to promote her new book. And her latest spotlight interview was with “The Daily Show.” Paul, fill…

Prime Minister Netanyahu delivers remarks with U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton before their meeting in Jerusalem on November 20, 2012. צילום: לע”מ, א…

DT Daily: Latest iPad rumors, Healthcare.gov bug cures and today’s Facebook outage

Related Links: Obamacare/Healthcare.gov website tech problems – http://www.washingtonpost.com/national/health-science/experts-working-to-fix-healthcaregov-in…
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Congresswoman says federal gov’t should be required to disclose security breaches.
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DT Daily (Dec. 2): Amazon’s Prim Air drone delivery, Healthcare.gov fix, Saab comes back to life

Related Links: Amazon Prime Air – http://www.digitaltrends.com/cool-tech/amazon-planning-drone-delivery-system-really/ Healthcare.gov – http://www.digitaltre…
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A data center glitch could be behind more problems for healthcare.gov.
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The Daily Charles – February 28, 2013

With Sequestration a day away, and after weeks of doom-saying and name-calling, the President assures us that “This is not a cliff…” What does Dr. Krautham…
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Tea Party Racists and the Lynching of President Obama: http://www.politicalarticles.net/blog/2010/11/03/tea-party-racists-and-the-lynching-of-president-obama…

ETX Capital Daily Market Bite, 31st January, 2013: Weakess For Markets On Last Trading Day Of Month

ETX Capital Daily Market Bite, 31st January, 2013: Weakess For Markets On Last Trading Day Of Month

January 31st, 2012, Daily Market Bite from Ishaq Siddiqi Market Strategist European stock markets are trading weaker on the last day of a spectacular month for risk assets due to losses on Wall Street overnight, sparked by an underwhelming US 4Q GDP report and uneventful but as expected Fed policy meeting. The Fed kept rates and QE measures unchanged, still buying bonds as long as unemployment and inflation are not in line with the central bank’s target. Although the outcome was largely expected, the first policy meeting of 2013 has prompted concerns about the Fed’s ballooning balance sheet – a theme which is likely to persist through the year. In Europe, a deluge of major blue-chips have reported so far and are likely to keep investors busy through the course of the session until we see US corporate earnings hit the wire. As it is the last trading day of a solid month, we are likely to see a degree of window dressing – February carries more risks than January such as the US budget battle and Italian elections and these fears are being reflected by the slight uptick in peripheral bond yields. We also have a wealth of economic data from both sides of the Atlantic which is likely to influence price action – look out for German unemployment and inflation figures together with euro zone harmonized inflation. Stateside, Wednesday’s dull growth figures will see investors approach data with trepidation; look out for weekly jobless claims and Chicago PMIs. Visit www.etxcapital.co
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