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Stock Market News: October 18, 2019

US. Equities fell on Friday as investors considered mixed corporate earnings and new reports of weak Chinese economic growth. Government bond yields fell in the last public statements made by three US Federal Reserve officials on Friday, before officials entered a quiet period Central Bank meeting from October 29 to 30. During a speech in Boston, Fed Deputy Chairman Richard …

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In protests, the Lebanese Hariri sets a deadline to solve the crisis news

Beirut, Lebanon – Prime Minister Saad Hariri scheduled a three-day ultimatum for his coalition partners on Friday to solve the severe economic crisis in Lebanon when tens of thousands of anti-government demonstrators gathered for a second day across the country. The protests that broke out on Thursday over plans for new taxes are the most serious challenge facing Hariri's coalition …

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Facebook's Zuckerberg asked about alleged bias against conservatives Fox News interview

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg asked what Dana Perino said in an exclusive interview about the Silicon Valley, Silicon Valley, Silicon Valley. "I have not seen a lot sugarberg answered during the sit-down, which airs in full Friday on "The Daily Briefing." He argued that many conservative media platforms perform "quite well" on Facebook and other California is overwhelmingly left-leaning place. …

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Asteroid Tsunami: Why 40,000 miles per hour of Atlantic bound rock could wreak havoc on millions & # 39; | Science | news

Asteroids are the small rocky bodies in the inner solar system that orbit the sun. Millions of them fly through space and their collisions – so-called impact events – have shaped many planets significantly. NASA is constantly observing space and categorizing near-earth objects (NEOs) as potentially dangerous objects (PHOs) if they could pose a threat to life on Earth. Dr. …

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NASA picture of the day: Cassini satellite captures 5 of Saturn's moons | Science | News

On July 29, 2011 the NASA and European Space Agency (ESA) Cassini spacecraft's narrow-angle camera took this snapshot, capturing five of Saturn's moons, from just above the ringplane. Saturn's small moons Janus and Pandora, which are respectively 111 miles and 50 miles across (179 and 81km) across. In the middle of the sky 313 miles (504km) diameter moon Enceladus. [19659002] …

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Doubts about the fate of the Brexit deal by Boris Johnson | news

London, United Kingdom – Boris Johnson's Brexit deal with Brussels at the expense of trade union leaders in Northern Ireland represents a political victory for the British Prime Minister but doubts remain whether he will be able to to sell it to Parliament. For many in Johnson's ruling conservative party, his plan leaves a bitter taste: breaking promises to the …

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OSU study using mutant flies finds blue light from phones, computer may speed aging | News

CORVALLIS, OR (KPTV) – Mutant flies with no eyes helped OSU researchers in their latest findings, published Thursday in Aging and Mechanisms of Disease. According to the study, prolonged exposure to blue light, such as light that comes from your phone and computer, could affect your longevity, even if it's not shining in your eyes. 12-hour exposures to blue LED …

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Discovery of Water on the Moon: Astronomers Peek New Ice in the Southern Pole of the Moon | Science | news

Water on the Moon is found around the South Pole, where deep impact craters are wrapped in permanent darkness. Until recently, astronomers believed that water was left behind by aquatic comets and volcanic activity billions of years ago. However, satellite data collected by NASA has revealed younger-looking ice deposits in smaller craters. The "surprising" discovery suggests that there are unknown …

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