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Why is it too early for nervous investors to embark on a recession?

The choppy action points to the deep uncertainty in the financial markets. Is this just a soft spot, like the many others that have survived decades of economic expansion? Or is that something serious? Jeffrey Sherman, DoubleLine Capital's Deputy Chief Investment Officer, urges investors to be cautious before making any hasty moves – in both directions. "It's too early to …

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The early free agent Cyborg will test the market

17:05 ET Marc Raimondi ESPN Cris "Cyborg" Justino's next UFC fight is the latest in her current contract, and the former UFC featherweight champion will test the free agent After that, she said on Monday in the ESPN MMA show by Ariel Helwani. Justino will fight on July 27 in Edmonton, Alberta, against Felicia Spencer in the main event of …

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3 reasons to retire as early as possible – The Motley Fool

The early bird gets the worm – advice that may seem pointless to early retirees (unless they plan to go fishing). But they have more time to enjoy hobbies, travel or other activities that they did not have time to do during their work. Here's a closer look at this and two more reasons to consider retiring prematurely. Check if …

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Early polls do more than just retroactive

SAN FRANCISCO – California is no longer a political trivial matter. The continuous blue state has existed since George H.W. Bush won here over 30 years ago. And in the last election cycles, the nomination competitions in the Golden State were boring. Since the Democrats have decided to prioritize their primaries from early June to 3 March, the "Super Tuesday" …

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NASA will close the Spitzer Space Telescope early next year – Spaceflight Now

This infrared image of the butterfly-shaped W40 Nebula, a star-shaped cloud of gas and dust 1,400 light-years from Earth, was taken by the Spitzer Space Telescope. Credit: NASA / JPL-Caltech Following the search for an external funding source, NASA plans to end its observations with the Spitzer Space Telescope in January to complete a 16-year mission to detect exoplanets and …

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Ancient star explosions could have led early humans to walk upright

May 30, 2019, 6:21 PM UTC By Jaclyn Jeffrey-Wilensky More than six million years have passed since early humans first walked upright, and it's still unclear exactly why we made the switch from four legs to two. Now a pair of physicists have come up with an underlying cause for that shift – and it's a wild one: Millions "When …

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Seismologists find possible early warning signs of an imminent mega earthquake

29th May (UPI) – Geologists have found a possible early signature of massive earthquakes. New research suggests that the traitorous seismic pattern occurs in a seismic event between 10 and 15 seconds. Scientists discovered the warning sign after analyzing GPS records of maximum ground displacement during dozens of earthquakes. Analysis of several GPS databases revealed a time when the onset …

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Replaces DEs, impressive players early on, other takeaways of Eagles Jim Schwartz

Tuesday was the first day in months when Eagles defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz asked reporters questions. Many topics were discussed, including the replacement of key figures and the expectations of a few young players. Here are five takeaways from 18 minutes with Schwartz on Tuesday morning: Replaces Chris Long and Michael Bennett. Schwartz has been advised that the Eagles lose …

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Early life on Earth fertilized with ammonium: study

Credit: CC0 Public Domain A team of international scientists – including researchers at the University of St. Andrews, Syracuse University and Royal Holloway, the University of London – has identified a new food source for early life on the planet. Life on Earth depends on the availability of critical elements such as nitrogen and phosphorus. These nutrients are ubiquitous for …

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