Day: February 4, 2018

Oil to top $80 within six months — RT Business News

[ad_1] Goldman Sachs has held one of the most optimistic views on the re-balancing of the oil market and oil prices in the near term. The investment bank is now growing even more bullish, predicting that the oil market has likely balanced, and that Brent Crude will reach $82.50 a barrel within six months. Read more Goldman […]

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New Falcon Heavy Rocket Represents a Major Bet for SpaceX

[ad_1] New Falcon Heavy Rocket Represents a Major Bet for SpaceX – WSJ BROWSER UPDATE To gain access to the full experience, please upgrade your browser: Chrome | Safari | Firefox | Internet Explorer Note: If you are running Internet Explorer 10 and above, make sure it is not in compatibility mode We use cookies […]

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Government Should Reduce GST On Property Sales To 6% From 12% – NDTV Profit

[ad_1] The infrastructure and real estate industry would lend a cutting edge to this realm of business as it will allow incentives to flow freely. The expected launch of real estate investment trusts (REITs) in 2018 – 2019 will be a great initiative for co-working spaces and shared working space. The real estate industry is […]

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Popularity of golf is waning

[ad_1] Golf's popularity seems to be slowing as the sport sees a decline in revenue and new golf courses being built along with the struggle to attract new and young players. Thomas Hawthorne/azcentral            [ad_2] Source link

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Apple: India raises customs duty on iPhones to 20%

[ad_1] Apple fans in India will soon have to pay more for their iPhones. India said Thursday it is raising customs duty on imported mobile phones from 15% to 20% in a move designed to protect local manufacturing. The higher tariffs take effect on April 1. The government will also raise tariffs on some parts […]

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Janet Yellen disappointed Trump did not propose second term as Fed chair | Business

[ad_1] Janet Yellen said: ‘I made clear that I would be willing to serve another term and so yes, I do feel a sense of disappointment.’ Photograph: Brendan Smialowski/AFP/Getty Images Janet Yellen said on Sunday she was disappointed that Donald Trump did not offer her a second term as chair of the Federal Reserve. But […]

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Europe is sitting on a mountain of secret debt — RT Business News

[ad_1] The 28 member states of the European Union (EU) have a total debt burden of €12.5 trillion, which could be even bigger, according to the latest figures from the EU statistics office, Eurostat. Data shows that in the third quarter of 2017 the EU’s debt-to-GDP ratio fell from 82.9 percent to 82.5 percent when […]

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For Companies on the Rocks, Tax Bill Doesn’t Help Much

[ad_1] Feb. 4, 2018 8:00 a.m. ET The new tax law is a boon to most U.S. businesses, but it will make life harder for one type of company: those that are struggling financially or at risk of filing for bankruptcy. Federal lawmakers killed a key tax benefit that troubled companies have long relied on […]

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Flipkart, Amazon Issue Conflicting Claims Over Three-Day Sale – NDTV Profit

[ad_1] New Delhi: The year’s first online festive sale saw rivals Amazon.in and Flipkart making contradictory claims with the US major asserting that it has secured 2x orders than its nearest competitor, while the homegrown player said it had 60-65 per cent market share during the three-day period. Amazon.in hosted its ‘Great Indian Sale’ between […]

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Will more Millennials start to buy Phoenix-area homes?

[ad_1] CLOSE Buying a new home can be very overwhelming, especially if it’s your first one. These six tips – like getting extra inspections and researching your neighborhood beforehand – can help simplify the process. What are your best tips for new homeowners? Time Most Millennials haven’t bought homes yet, and the Valley’s home building […]

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