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Brexit: MPs set to vote on delaying European Union departure

She sent out her whips to order Conservative MPs to vote against her bill, but many defied her, and the parliament handed the Prime Minister another heavy defeat, voting 321-278

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Tim Cook Admits: iPhone’s Price Is A Factor Responsible For Lower Sales

In its results, Apple said net sales of iPhones were down by $9 billion compared to the same quarter previous year, though net sales increased in other categories such as

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Fed Chief: 2018 Best Year Since Financial Crisis

-The U.S. dollar ticked higher after two days of sharp losses brought on by fears about the economy and slower increases in interest rates.

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Opec defies Trump with production cut

At the meeting that was held in Vienna last Friday, the members of the Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec) and its allies including Russian Federation committed to lessening

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The midterms show Trump might not get re-elected in 2020

“One of the key pieces that we have learned over the last two years of watching Trump and studying Trump is there is an opposite and equal reaction across the

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What’s at stake in US midterm elections

If Democrats capture the House, they could block Mr Trump’s agenda and launch congressional investigations into aspects of Mr Trump’s administration, from his tax returns to possible business conflicts of

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Midterm election 2018 results: What time will results be declared? Latest polls

Five of those seven seats were also held by Republicans.

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Americans Prepare to Render Midterm Verdict on Trump

In an interview released later in the day, however, Mr Trump expressed some regret for the tenor of his two years in office.

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Trump turns up pressure before midterms, focused on Senate

One way to gauge the current state of Trump support is to watch the Senate race pitting incumbent Democrat Elizabeth Warren against Republican Geoff Diehl, who is not just the

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Trudeau offers assurances to Quebec dairy farmers post-USMCA

Keanin Loomis, chief executive of the Hamilton Chamber of Commerce, said he believes Canada needs to show it’s serious about protecting its borders from non-market steel coming from countries like

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What to Do First— Build Savings or Pay Off Credit Cards

On paper, paying off your credit card debts first before building your savings fund is the better choice. If the interest you are paying is higher than the interest you

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Crude oil shrugs off rising U.S. production as Brent nears $80/barrel

With Japan and South Korea already indicating that they will aim to attain a waiver from the U.S. in order to continue buying Iranian crude, the impact of Trump’s actions

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