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Aboard Qantas' ultra-long-range test flight

SYDNEY (Reuters) – When I signed up for a test drive on the longest commercial flight in the world, I expected a stamina, but no steak for breakfast and a physical exercise program. In preparation for the first 19-hour commercial nonstop flight scheduled for 2022-3, Qantas Airways is conducting three test flights from London and New York to Sydney to …

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Warren Buffett, Top Hedge Funds, bought and sold these shares in the third quarter

Berkshire Hathaway (BRKB) recorded RH (RH) and Occidental Petroleum (OXY) in the third quarter, but Warren Buffett cut his Apple (AAPL), the latest quarterly 13F applications at the SEC show. Hedge Funds bought Facebook (FB) and Amazon (AMZN) as shares sold in a volatile quarter. X Individual investors use the regulatory data to assess where the "smart money" is putting …

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Stock Market News: November 15, 2019

The S & P 500 and Dow reached record highs after a high-ranking official told the Trump administration that a trade agreement with China would be forthcoming ( ^ GSPC ) : + 0.44 % or 13.58 points Dow ( ^ DJI : + 0.44% or 121.22 points Nasdaq ( ^ IXIC ) : + 0.53% or 44.86 points 10-year …

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US industrial production falls most sharply in 17 months in October

Getty Images An employee of the Ford Motor Company is working on a new truck at a plant in Dearborn, Michigan. The Figures: Industrial production in the US declined 0.8% in October, the largest decline since May 2018, the Federal Reserve reported Friday. It was the third decline in production in the last four months. The decline was steeper than …

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Retail sales recover in October 2019

US. Retail sales rebounded in October, but consumers stopped cutting purchases of household items and high value clothing, which could dampen expectations for a strong holiday season. The Commerce Department said Friday retail sales rose 0.3% last month, the first drop in seven months. Economists interviewed by Reuters predicted that retail sales rose 0.2% in October. Compared with October last …

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This forecast barely predicts growth in US equities next year – and a big decline when it comes to a recession

First, the good news – even if it's not great. In a new forecast, Oxford Economics expects the global economy to stabilize in the first half of next year. "We believe that the economic trough is near its new structural growth rate. With poor demographics, years of accumulation of weak public and private investment, and continuing weakness in productivity, we …

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Starbucks opens its largest store of all time

Starbucks ( SBUX ) calls the Chicago Roastery a tribute to the city and the region, which has nearly 800 Starbucks stores and employs over 18,000 people. The Roastery itself has 200 employees. Roasters should be tourist attractions. They offer coffees and teas, on-site roasters and massive coffee barrels that store freshly roasted beans. They also have bars with craft …

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America's natural gas boom is fueling a global plastics boom: NPR

Kevin Ross, President of the Scottish Plastic and Rubber Association, in front of the refinery and chemical plant of INEOS in Grangemouth. Reid Frazier / The Allegheny Front Hide caption Caption switch Reid Frazier / The Allegheny Front Kevin Ross, President of the Scottish Plastic and Rubber Association, in front of the refinery and chemical plant of INEOS in Grangemouth. …

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Deere workers struggle with the aftermath of Trump's trade war

EAST MOLINE, Ill. (Reuters) – Devin Spencer has become nervous since Deere & Co. dismissed dozens of its colleagues at the Harvester plant in western Illinois over dwindling demand for agricultural combines. A flag is flying in front of John Deere's Harvester plant in East Moline, Illinois, USA on November 7, 2019. Taken on November 7, 2019. REUTERS / Daniel …

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