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AirAsia CEO Uses Twitter to Ask Followers to 'Pray Hard'
Ever since an AirAsia Bhd. (AIRA) flight went missing early Sunday with 162 people on board, Chief Executive Officer Tony Fernandes has kept up a steady stream of tweets, seeking to calm anxious families and maintain a sense of optimism amid the biggest ...
AirAsia's brash CEO now searches for right words
Flamboyant AirAsia boss Tony Fernandes confronts first major crisis  Economic Times
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Euro off lows but capped by wariness over Greek vote
The euro inched away from more than two-year lows but remained on tenterhooks as investors awaited a key vote in Greece later in the session, while the dollar treaded water in its final week of a strong 2014.
Euro near two-Year low before Greek presidential ballot  Kathimerini
Euro edges up in Asia ahead of Greek presidential vote  GlobalPost
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High cost oil production not worthwhile
When the oil world's most important man says anything, people pay attention. But the usually aloof Ali al-Naimi, Saudi Arabia's oil minister, took market observers by surprise last week when he did something he would never normally do - talk the market ...
Oil futures edge higher on report of fire in Libya  MarketWatch
Oil climbs on concern about Libyan supply  BDlive
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Futures rise, Asian stocks mostly higher
Asian stocks were mostly higher Monday after a report that China will change banking rules in an apparent effort to boost lending and economic growth as oil prices rebounded.
Asian stocks up as oil price rebounds  Kansas City Star
Hong Kong stocks soar, Hang Seng gains 1.9%  Customs Today Newspaper
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Abenomics Finally Gets Working for Average Japanese
Japan's $29 billion fiscal stimulus includes spending vouchers and coupons for consumers, welfare checks for low-income families with small children and heating-oil subsidies.
The 94% Plunge That Shows Abenomics Losing Global Investors  Bloomberg
Yen Swaps Spur Biggest Global Demand for Japan Bonds Since 2007  Businessweek
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U.S. Bond Sentiment Worst Since Disastrous '09 as Fed Shifts
Get ready for a disastrous year for U.S. government bonds. That's the message forecasters on Wall Street are sending. With Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen poised to raise interest rates in 2015 for the first time in almost a decade, prognosticators are ...
Interest Rates In 2015  Seeking Alpha
Treasurys Head for Biggest Gains Since 2011 on Low Inflation  Moneynews
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Shutdown of Vermont Yankee will eliminate jobs, resulting in 'very, very sharp hit ...
When the Vermont Yankee nuclear plant shuts down permanently Tuesday, after 42 years of operation, it will mark more than the loss of a 640-megawatt electricity generating station.
Mixed reaction as Vermont Yankee nuclear plant shuts down  Attleboro Sun Chronicle
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Japanese stocks close lower after Ebola reports
HONG KONG (MarketWatch) -- Japan stocks reversed gains and ended modestly lower on Monday, following reports that a Japanese man may have been infected with the Ebola virus.
Suspected Ebola case spooks Nikkei; AirAsia tumbles 7.8%  CNBC
Yen Rises As Ebola Fears Hurt Sentiment  RTT News
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NY's Eve traditions explained: Times Square ball drop
It wouldn't seem like New Year's Eve without the annual ball drop in Times Square, but when it first started there wasn't a ball.
Waterford Crystal New Year's Eve Ball Celebrates the "Gift of ...  Forbes
From the 1930s to present: New Year's Eve in New York's Times Square  Mashable
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Farmers fear labor shortages under new immigration policy
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California Growers Fear Pres. Obama's Executive Action On Immigration ...  CBS Local
Obama's executive ruling on immigration could cause labor shortages for ...  State Column
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