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  • 1/27   News Photos Slideshows
    PEOPLE TOPIC NEWS

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  • 2/27   Press Review #quantifiedself #wearabletech
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 - What killed the quantified self movement? - The Startup - Medium   More Information - A step too far? How fitness trackers can take over our lives - The Guardian   More Information - What Google's Fitbit Buy Means for the Future of Wearables - WIRED   More Information - The psychology of self-tracking - Quartz   More Information - Anxious About Getting a Good Night's Sleep? Tips to Help - Healthline   More Information - Book Review: The Costs of Connection: How Data is Colonizing Human Life and Appropriating It for Capitalism by Nick Couldry and Ulises A. Mejias - USAPP American Politics and Policy (blog)   More Information - The Art of Rest by Claudia Hammond review – too stimulating by far… - The Guardian   More Information - Using Technology and Virtual Reality to Improve Outcomes, Quality of Life - AJMC.com Managed Markets Network   More Information - Black Friday smartwatch & fitness tracker deals, continuously updated - Gadgets & Wearables   More Information - For some, self-tracking means more than self-help - The Conversation - US   More Information - Holy sh*t! A smart toilet could be a treasure trove of health data - Inverse   More Information - Managing Your Friendships, With Software - The Atlantic   More Information - The Human Side of Wearables - The Startup - Medium   More Information - Global Sensor Innovations Report 2019: Focus on Smart, Optical, CUI, Ultrasonic, NDT, Moisture, and Wireless Sensors - ResearchAndMarkets.com - Business Wire   More Information - Breakthrough Mind-Reading Wearable Device To Launch In 2020 With Help From Protolabs' Cool Idea Award - Med Device Online   More Information - Global Wearable Sensors, Pressure Sensors, Fingerprint Sensors, Ultrasonic Sensors, and Solid State LiDAR Innovations Report 2019 - ResearchAndMarkets.com - Business Wire   More Information - New Wearable Gets in Your Head. - IndustryWeek   More Information - Best fitness trackers and health gadgets for 2019 - Gadgets & Wearables   More Information - After the quantified self, the quantified employee; but what about privacy? - Privacy News Online   More Information - From Surveillance Communism To Surveillance Capitalism And Beyond - Forbes   More Information


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    - What killed the quantified self movement? - The Startup - Medium
       More Information

    - A step too far? How fitness trackers can take over our lives - The Guardian
       More Information

    - What Google's Fitbit Buy Means for the Future of Wearables - WIRED
       More Information

    - The psychology of self-tracking - Quartz
       More Information

    - Anxious About Getting a Good Night's Sleep? Tips to Help - Healthline
       More Information

    - Book Review: The Costs of Connection: How Data is Colonizing Human Life and Appropriating It for Capitalism by Nick Couldry and Ulises A. Mejias - USAPP American Politics and Policy (blog)
       More Information

    - The Art of Rest by Claudia Hammond review – too stimulating by far… - The Guardian
       More Information

    - Using Technology and Virtual Reality to Improve Outcomes, Quality of Life - AJMC.com Managed Markets Network
       More Information

    - Black Friday smartwatch & fitness tracker deals, continuously updated - Gadgets & Wearables
       More Information

    - For some, self-tracking means more than self-help - The Conversation - US
       More Information

    - Holy sh*t! A smart toilet could be a treasure trove of health data - Inverse
       More Information

    - Managing Your Friendships, With Software - The Atlantic
       More Information

    - The Human Side of Wearables - The Startup - Medium
       More Information

    - Global Sensor Innovations Report 2019: Focus on Smart, Optical, CUI, Ultrasonic, NDT, Moisture, and Wireless Sensors - ResearchAndMarkets.com - Business Wire
       More Information

    - Breakthrough Mind-Reading Wearable Device To Launch In 2020 With Help From Protolabs' Cool Idea Award - Med Device Online
       More Information

    - Global Wearable Sensors, Pressure Sensors, Fingerprint Sensors, Ultrasonic Sensors, and Solid State LiDAR Innovations Report 2019 - ResearchAndMarkets.com - Business Wire
       More Information

    - New Wearable Gets in Your Head. - IndustryWeek
       More Information

    - Best fitness trackers and health gadgets for 2019 - Gadgets & Wearables
       More Information

    - After the quantified self, the quantified employee; but what about privacy? - Privacy News Online
       More Information

    - From Surveillance Communism To Surveillance Capitalism And Beyond - Forbes
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    Did you see the #crowdfunding campaign that @whmsoft will start? #tailored #3d #vr #audio. Please share and comment. Campaign link:

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  • 3/27   PHOTOS: Fluorescent turtle embryo wins forty-fifth annual Nikon Small World Competition

    The winners of the 45th annual competition showcase a spectacular blend of science and artistry under the microscope.

    The winners of the 45th annual competition showcase a spectacular blend of science and artistry under the microscope.


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  • 4/27   7 tax scams to watch out for this year

    In case wringing your hands over the tax man weren’t enough, criminals are out there trying to swipe your hard-earned cash and personal information from right under your nose.

    In case wringing your hands over the tax man weren’t enough, criminals are out there trying to swipe your hard-earned cash and personal information from right under your nose.


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  • 5/27   Mother Angry After School's Robocall Keeps Mispronouncing Daughter's Name As A Racial Slur

    The daughter's name is Nicarri.

    The daughter's name is Nicarri.


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  • 6/27   Avowed Apple Fan Jeb Bush Realizes His Apple Watch Can Take Phone Calls

    Jeb Bush's love of Apple products has been widely documented, and the Republican presidential candidate continues to wear his Apple Watch on the campaign trail. Yesterday, in a meeting with The Des Moines Register editorial board documented by USA Today, Bush stumbled upon a feature he didn’t realize his smartwatch was capable of: taking phone calls. Somehow Bush managed to take a call without picking up his iPhone, and the sound of a person’s voice saying hello breaks through the meeting noise, to which Bush responds, “My watch can’t be talking.”

    Jeb Bush's love of Apple products has been widely documented, and the Republican presidential candidate continues to wear his Apple Watch on the campaign trail. Yesterday, in a meeting with The Des Moines Register editorial board documented by USA Today, Bush stumbled upon a feature he didn’t realize his smartwatch was capable of: taking phone calls. Somehow Bush managed to take a call without picking up his iPhone, and the sound of a person’s voice saying hello breaks through the meeting noise, to which Bush responds, “My watch can’t be talking.”


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  • 7/27   Social media welcomes Pope Francis to the United States

    Pope Francis gets the social media treatment upon arriving in the U.S. Tuesday.  As Pope Francis’s flight touched down in Washington, D.C. on Tuesday, Twitter unveiled a new batch of emojis created for the highly anticipated papal visit.  Until his departure from the United States on Sunday, Twitter users chronicling the Catholic leader’s East Coast journey will be able to include a cartoon image of the Pope’s face in front of the American flag on all Pope-related tweets by using the hashtag #PopeinUS.

    Pope Francis gets the social media treatment upon arriving in the U.S. Tuesday. As Pope Francis’s flight touched down in Washington, D.C. on Tuesday, Twitter unveiled a new batch of emojis created for the highly anticipated papal visit. Until his departure from the United States on Sunday, Twitter users chronicling the Catholic leader’s East Coast journey will be able to include a cartoon image of the Pope’s face in front of the American flag on all Pope-related tweets by using the hashtag #PopeinUS.


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  • 8/27   Black Friday shoppers flock to stores early for doorbusters, deals
    TECHNOLOGY TOPIC NEWS

    Black Friday shopping is officially here. Stores started reopening 5 a.m. Friday with more opening at 6 and then throughout the morning.

    Black Friday shopping is officially here. Stores started reopening 5 a.m. Friday with more opening at 6 and then throughout the morning.


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  • 9/27   Foxconn likely will be a drag on Wisconsin economy, researchers suggest
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    Foxconn probably will end up creating a net loss to Wisconsin's economy, a study from a think tank at George Mason University suggests.

    Foxconn probably will end up creating a net loss to Wisconsin's economy, a study from a think tank at George Mason University suggests.


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  • 10/27   Qatar Airways Launches New Star-Studded On-Board Safety Video
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    Qatar Airways has turned the pre-match team-talk into an entertaining safety video that will be shown on board flights before the end of the year. Featuring football legends past and present, the humorous video delivers important safety information with the help of personalities from the airline's ongoing partnerships with AS Roma, FC Bayern Munich and FIFA.

    Qatar Airways has turned the pre-match team-talk into an entertaining safety video that will be shown on board flights before the end of the year. Featuring football legends past and present, the humorous video delivers important safety information with the help of personalities from the airline's ongoing partnerships with AS Roma, FC Bayern Munich and FIFA.


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  • 11/27   Nokia says working to end patent licensing row with Daimler, others
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    Nokia  said on Friday it was working to end a row with Germany's Daimler  and other firms which have complained to the EU antitrust regulators about the level of fees charged for technology patents from the Finnish company.  Sources familiar with the matter told Reuters the Finnish telecoms equipment maker had submitted a proposal for resolving the patent licensing fee row, but did not give details.  The offer could pre-empt any move by the European Commission to open an investigation and remove the threat of fines if the firm was found to be abusing its position.

    Nokia said on Friday it was working to end a row with Germany's Daimler and other firms which have complained to the EU antitrust regulators about the level of fees charged for technology patents from the Finnish company. Sources familiar with the matter told Reuters the Finnish telecoms equipment maker had submitted a proposal for resolving the patent licensing fee row, but did not give details. The offer could pre-empt any move by the European Commission to open an investigation and remove the threat of fines if the firm was found to be abusing its position.


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  • 12/27   Analysis on Europe's B2C E-Commerce & Online Payment Market, 2012-2022 - Digital Wallets and Cards Dominate the Region
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    The "Europe B2C E-Commerce and Online Payment Market 2019" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.

    The "Europe B2C E-Commerce and Online Payment Market 2019" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.


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  • 13/27   Does KB Home (NYSE:KBH) Have A Particularly Volatile Share Price?
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    If you're interested in KB Home (NYSE:KBH), then you might want to consider its beta (a measure of share price...

    If you're interested in KB Home (NYSE:KBH), then you might want to consider its beta (a measure of share price...


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  • 14/27   Chile’s Billionaire President’s Legacy Swept Away by Unrest
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    (Bloomberg) -- As rioting broke out across Chile in October, President Sebastian Pinera watched his political agenda go up in smoke.Just 18 months after taking office on promises to expand the private pension system, cut taxes for the rich and clamp down on crime, Pinera saw his legislative plans swept away by the biggest street protests and riots since the return of democracy in 1990.Every single one of his flagship policies is now being ditched, reversed or revised. Under a new finance minister, the government’s efforts are centered on placating protesters through spending increases, upending election pledges to narrow the fiscal deficit. Pinera’s biggest concession, a plan to rewrite the constitution, was negotiated by lawmakers from almost all the main parties. The president, who has resisted calls to resign, only endorsed it two days later.“His manifesto and policies are gone, done, finished,” said Javier Sajuria, a senior lecturer from Chile at Queen Mary University in London. “He may just become an administrator for a political agenda set by the parties in congress.”With two-and-a-half years of his mandate to go, Pinera’s approval rating has slumped to 12%, according to the latest poll from Cadem. Some opposition lawmakers have even started an impeachment process, though it is unlikely to succeed.It’s tough on a billionaire accustomed to success. He was elected in late 2017 for a second, non-consecutive term because he was seen as efficient, someone who could translate his business skills into faster economic growth for the country.Started WellFor the first year, it all seemed to go well. Growth rallied to 5.3% in the second quarter of 2018 -- his first three months in office -- and investment soared. But by 2019, things had started to go wrong.The economy was losing steam, expanding just 1.5% in the first quarter, and Pinera’s pension and tax reforms were stalled in Congress. Worse still, a bill designed to make the labor market more flexible had been hijacked by the opposition, who wanted to slash the working week to 40 hours.And then, seemingly out of nowhere, the protests erupted and Pinera’s reform package became ancient history overnight.The protesters want better pensions, education and health-care, as well as a new constitution. But they don’t want the kind of small, piece-meal increases in spending Pinera had proposed, they want a proper welfare state. After 30-years of being told they live in Latin America’s miracle economy, they want to see the benefits.The president is now fending off calls from the extreme right to clamp down on the protests, and the extreme left demanding his resignation.“This is no longer Pinera’s government, because his agenda has gone,” said Robert Funk, a political science teacher at Universidad de Chile. “The government is reactive now, constantly changing depending on the demands on the street.”Coping BadlyFrom the very start of the anti-government protests Pinera has struggled to respond appropriately.After calling out the army on the first night, the president went on to declare war on protesters. It was a mistake. Within days he was backtracking, apologizing and calling the protesters’ demands legitimate.“I have been surprised by his constant incapacity to read the situation and to give answers,” Funk said. “But ultimately, the government has to come up with answers.”Now others are taking over. It was a common joke in the past that Pinera’s finance minister was Pinera himself. Not any more. Less than two weeks after the explosion of social rage, the president fired eight ministers, including his long-serving Finance Minister Felipe Larrain. In came soft-spoken, mild-mannered Ignacio Briones.More than anyone, it is Briones who is setting the economic agenda. He was the one who agreed with opposition lawmakers to raise the minimum pension by 50% within three years.‘Enough!’The protest movement is now in its sixth week and in many poorer areas of the country it has degenerated into a wave of looting and arson. Hotels have been ransacked, public buildings burnt, shops looted and traffic lights destroyed.While the wealthy areas of Santiago continue much as normal, life in lower-income areas is seriously disrupted. As the economic cost rises, the peso slumped to a record low both Wednesday and Thursday, prompting the central bank to intervene, offering as much as $10 billion on the spot market. That is equivalent to a quarter of its total foreign currency reserves. The peso gained 2.3% Friday.Now Pinera is trying to rally support for a new law and order agenda, pushing bills to ban face masks in demonstrations, make it easier to call out the army to defend infrastructure and increasing the number of police on the street. Some in the opposition are beginning to swing into line.“The time has come to say enough!,” Pinera said in a press conference Wednesday. “It’s time for us to join together in our commitment and determination to fight the violence.”Staying PowerYet every time he has attempted to lay down the law in the past, Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch or another organization has come out saying that the police have systematically used excessive force.Some opposition lawmakers have filed a Constitutional Accusation against him for alleged human rights violations committed by security forces. While the impeachment is unlikely to garner the two-third of senators required, the backlash against Pinera has often forced him to change tone and promise to investigate cases of abuse.“He could have been the president who led the transition,” Sajuria said. “But he doesn’t have the credibility for that.”Whatever happens, Pinera is likely to limp to the finish line of his term.“I don’t think he will resign,” Sajuria said. “It’s not like his personality to do that. We have a very presidential system and when that president is weak, there is no easy way out of that power vacuum.”(Adds peso response to intervention in the 19th paragraph.)To contact the reporter on this story: Philip Sanders in Santiago at psanders@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Julia Leite at jleite3@bloomberg.net, Bruce DouglasFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.

    (Bloomberg) -- As rioting broke out across Chile in October, President Sebastian Pinera watched his political agenda go up in smoke.Just 18 months after taking office on promises to expand the private pension system, cut taxes for the rich and clamp down on crime, Pinera saw his legislative plans swept away by the biggest street protests and riots since the return of democracy in 1990.Every single one of his flagship policies is now being ditched, reversed or revised. Under a new finance minister, the government’s efforts are centered on placating protesters through spending increases, upending election pledges to narrow the fiscal deficit. Pinera’s biggest concession, a plan to rewrite the constitution, was negotiated by lawmakers from almost all the main parties. The president, who has resisted calls to resign, only endorsed it two days later.“His manifesto and policies are gone, done, finished,” said Javier Sajuria, a senior lecturer from Chile at Queen Mary University in London. “He may just become an administrator for a political agenda set by the parties in congress.”With two-and-a-half years of his mandate to go, Pinera’s approval rating has slumped to 12%, according to the latest poll from Cadem. Some opposition lawmakers have even started an impeachment process, though it is unlikely to succeed.It’s tough on a billionaire accustomed to success. He was elected in late 2017 for a second, non-consecutive term because he was seen as efficient, someone who could translate his business skills into faster economic growth for the country.Started WellFor the first year, it all seemed to go well. Growth rallied to 5.3% in the second quarter of 2018 -- his first three months in office -- and investment soared. But by 2019, things had started to go wrong.The economy was losing steam, expanding just 1.5% in the first quarter, and Pinera’s pension and tax reforms were stalled in Congress. Worse still, a bill designed to make the labor market more flexible had been hijacked by the opposition, who wanted to slash the working week to 40 hours.And then, seemingly out of nowhere, the protests erupted and Pinera’s reform package became ancient history overnight.The protesters want better pensions, education and health-care, as well as a new constitution. But they don’t want the kind of small, piece-meal increases in spending Pinera had proposed, they want a proper welfare state. After 30-years of being told they live in Latin America’s miracle economy, they want to see the benefits.The president is now fending off calls from the extreme right to clamp down on the protests, and the extreme left demanding his resignation.“This is no longer Pinera’s government, because his agenda has gone,” said Robert Funk, a political science teacher at Universidad de Chile. “The government is reactive now, constantly changing depending on the demands on the street.”Coping BadlyFrom the very start of the anti-government protests Pinera has struggled to respond appropriately.After calling out the army on the first night, the president went on to declare war on protesters. It was a mistake. Within days he was backtracking, apologizing and calling the protesters’ demands legitimate.“I have been surprised by his constant incapacity to read the situation and to give answers,” Funk said. “But ultimately, the government has to come up with answers.”Now others are taking over. It was a common joke in the past that Pinera’s finance minister was Pinera himself. Not any more. Less than two weeks after the explosion of social rage, the president fired eight ministers, including his long-serving Finance Minister Felipe Larrain. In came soft-spoken, mild-mannered Ignacio Briones.More than anyone, it is Briones who is setting the economic agenda. He was the one who agreed with opposition lawmakers to raise the minimum pension by 50% within three years.‘Enough!’The protest movement is now in its sixth week and in many poorer areas of the country it has degenerated into a wave of looting and arson. Hotels have been ransacked, public buildings burnt, shops looted and traffic lights destroyed.While the wealthy areas of Santiago continue much as normal, life in lower-income areas is seriously disrupted. As the economic cost rises, the peso slumped to a record low both Wednesday and Thursday, prompting the central bank to intervene, offering as much as $10 billion on the spot market. That is equivalent to a quarter of its total foreign currency reserves. The peso gained 2.3% Friday.Now Pinera is trying to rally support for a new law and order agenda, pushing bills to ban face masks in demonstrations, make it easier to call out the army to defend infrastructure and increasing the number of police on the street. Some in the opposition are beginning to swing into line.“The time has come to say enough!,” Pinera said in a press conference Wednesday. “It’s time for us to join together in our commitment and determination to fight the violence.”Staying PowerYet every time he has attempted to lay down the law in the past, Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch or another organization has come out saying that the police have systematically used excessive force.Some opposition lawmakers have filed a Constitutional Accusation against him for alleged human rights violations committed by security forces. While the impeachment is unlikely to garner the two-third of senators required, the backlash against Pinera has often forced him to change tone and promise to investigate cases of abuse.“He could have been the president who led the transition,” Sajuria said. “But he doesn’t have the credibility for that.”Whatever happens, Pinera is likely to limp to the finish line of his term.“I don’t think he will resign,” Sajuria said. “It’s not like his personality to do that. We have a very presidential system and when that president is weak, there is no easy way out of that power vacuum.”(Adds peso response to intervention in the 19th paragraph.)To contact the reporter on this story: Philip Sanders in Santiago at psanders@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Julia Leite at jleite3@bloomberg.net, Bruce DouglasFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.


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  • 15/27   Natural Gas Tumbles as Temperatures Set to Rise
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    (Bloomberg) -- Natural gas prices capped their biggest November drop since 2001 as forecasts showed no sign of the teeth-chattering U.S. cold needed to boost demand for the heating fuel.The outlook for the second week of December turned warmer overnight, with temperatures now expected to be above normal across most of the contiguous U.S., according to forecaster Commodity Weather Group LLC. “The trends into mid-month should keep getting warmer” without evidence of a stronger high-pressure area that would allow frigid conditions to settle over the Lower 48, CWG said.As gas output from shale basins climbs to fresh highs, the market needs a polar blast to help siphon off the excess supply. Though exports have soared to a record and American homes and businesses are using more of the fuel than ever, production is outstripping demand, leaving gas stored in depleted aquifers and salt caverns near a two-year high.“The weather outlook continues to fall apart for December,” says John Kilduff, founding partner at Again Capital. “Futures broke some key support at the $2.50 level,” and they may now be heading for $2.20, he said.Gas for January delivery fell 22 cents, or 8.8%, to $2.281 per million British thermal units on the New York Mercantile Exchange. Prices were down more than 13% in November, and the drop on Friday was the worst one-day slide since January. There was no settlement Thursday due to the U.S. Thanksgiving holiday and all transactions were booked Friday.U.S. gas production rose to 1.5% in August to 112.879 billion cubic feet per day from a month earlier, according to a U.S. Energy Information Administration report Friday.To contact the reporter on this story: Kriti Gupta in New York at kgupta129@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Simon Casey at scasey4@bloomberg.net, Christine Buurma, Joe CarrollFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.

    (Bloomberg) -- Natural gas prices capped their biggest November drop since 2001 as forecasts showed no sign of the teeth-chattering U.S. cold needed to boost demand for the heating fuel.The outlook for the second week of December turned warmer overnight, with temperatures now expected to be above normal across most of the contiguous U.S., according to forecaster Commodity Weather Group LLC. “The trends into mid-month should keep getting warmer” without evidence of a stronger high-pressure area that would allow frigid conditions to settle over the Lower 48, CWG said.As gas output from shale basins climbs to fresh highs, the market needs a polar blast to help siphon off the excess supply. Though exports have soared to a record and American homes and businesses are using more of the fuel than ever, production is outstripping demand, leaving gas stored in depleted aquifers and salt caverns near a two-year high.“The weather outlook continues to fall apart for December,” says John Kilduff, founding partner at Again Capital. “Futures broke some key support at the $2.50 level,” and they may now be heading for $2.20, he said.Gas for January delivery fell 22 cents, or 8.8%, to $2.281 per million British thermal units on the New York Mercantile Exchange. Prices were down more than 13% in November, and the drop on Friday was the worst one-day slide since January. There was no settlement Thursday due to the U.S. Thanksgiving holiday and all transactions were booked Friday.U.S. gas production rose to 1.5% in August to 112.879 billion cubic feet per day from a month earlier, according to a U.S. Energy Information Administration report Friday.To contact the reporter on this story: Kriti Gupta in New York at kgupta129@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Simon Casey at scasey4@bloomberg.net, Christine Buurma, Joe CarrollFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.


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  • 16/27   Tech ETF Sweet Spots
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    With a stabilizing and steady economy shaping up, semiconductor ETFs will keep clicking.  

    With a stabilizing and steady economy shaping up, semiconductor ETFs will keep clicking.  


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  • 17/27   Small Business Saturday, Museum Store Sunday highlight shopping alternatives to big box
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    Sandwiched between Black Friday and Cyber Monday are Small Business Saturday and Museum Store Sunday.

    Sandwiched between Black Friday and Cyber Monday are Small Business Saturday and Museum Store Sunday.


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  • 18/27   Bakkt CEO Kelly Loeffler reportedly pick for vacant US Senate seat
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    Kelly Loeffler, the chief executive officer of crypto venture Bakkt, is said to be the pick for a vacant senate seat in Georgia, according to a report Friday by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. The post Bakkt CEO Kelly Loeffler reportedly pick for vacant US Senate seat appeared first on The Block.

    Kelly Loeffler, the chief executive officer of crypto venture Bakkt, is said to be the pick for a vacant senate seat in Georgia, according to a report Friday by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. The post Bakkt CEO Kelly Loeffler reportedly pick for vacant US Senate seat appeared first on The Block.


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  • 19/27   If You Like EPS Growth Then Check Out FormFactor (NASDAQ:FORM) Before It's Too Late
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    Some have more dollars than sense, they say, so even companies that have no revenue, no profit, and a record of...

    Some have more dollars than sense, they say, so even companies that have no revenue, no profit, and a record of...


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  • 20/27   Taiga Building Products Ltd. (TSE:TBL) Earns Among The Best Returns In Its Industry
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    Today we'll look at Taiga Building Products Ltd. (TSE:TBL) and reflect on its potential as an investment. In...

    Today we'll look at Taiga Building Products Ltd. (TSE:TBL) and reflect on its potential as an investment. In...


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  • 21/27   Mixcloud data breach exposes over 20 million user records
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    A data breach at Mixcloud,  a U.K.-based audio streaming platform, has left more than 20 million user accounts exposed after the data was put on sale on the dark web.  The data breach happened earlier in November, according to a dark web seller who supplied a portion of the data to TechCrunch, allowing us to examine and verify the authenticity of the data.  The seller said there were 20 million records, but listed 21 million records on the dark web.

    A data breach at Mixcloud, a U.K.-based audio streaming platform, has left more than 20 million user accounts exposed after the data was put on sale on the dark web. The data breach happened earlier in November, according to a dark web seller who supplied a portion of the data to TechCrunch, allowing us to examine and verify the authenticity of the data. The seller said there were 20 million records, but listed 21 million records on the dark web.


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  • 22/27   Chile’s Peso Gains After Central Bank Announces Intervention
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    (Bloomberg) -- Explore what’s moving the global economy in the new season of the Stephanomics podcast. Subscribe via Apple Podcast, Spotify or Pocket Cast.Chile’s peso rallied as the central bank offered to sell as much as a quarter of its entire dollar reserves to stabilize a currency that had fallen to record lows in each of the two previous trading sessions.The peso closed at 809.46 per dollar in Santiago, up 2.3%, after strengthening to as much as 797.39 per dollar earlier in the day.The central bank will sell $200 million a day on the spot market next week, the first stage of an intervention policy that could reach $10 billion, bank President Mario Marcel said. It will also offer $200 million in the forwards market each day. It is the first direct intervention in the market since 2011 and follows two weeks of large price swings.“The objective of this measure is to reduce an excessive level of volatility in the market which has been expressed through an overreaction to news,” Marcel told reporters Friday. “More than the level of the peso itself, we think volatility itself has gone beyond fundamentals.”The peso has tumbled 10.3% in a month as the worst social unrest in decades forces shops to close, paralyzes much of the public transport system and leads many people to cut short their working hours. The government, which has agreed to write up a new constitution to place the protesters, has estimated the damage to state property alone at $1 billion. In the meantime, the looting continues.The intervention “looks promising, but I think we need to follow what happens in regards to the change in the constitution and so on before we say that the sell-off is over,” said Lisa Synning, a Stockholm-based money manager at Handelsbanken Fonder AB.Rate DecisionSix weeks of demonstrations and looting is now threatening to stall economic growth. Manufacturing tumbled 5.8% in October from the year earlier, even though the troubles didn’t start until Oct. 18.The central bank has $39.7 billion in foreign currency reserves to finance the dollar sales. Those reserves have been little changed for the past seven years.To provide more information to the market, the central bank has brought forward its next rate decision by two days to Dec. 4. The quarterly monetary report, which includes estimates for growth and investment, will be on Dec. 5 as opposed to Dec. 9.Marcel said today that monetary policy was already “significantly” expansive and that interest rates must take into account the exchange rate policy and changes to fiscal policy.Government has announced spending increases to quell the protests, including a new minimum income and an increase in the basic pension.(Updates with comments from central bank president starting in the third paragraph.)\--With assistance from Eduardo Thomson.To contact the reporter on this story: Philip Sanders in Santiago at psanders@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Daniel Cancel at dcancel@bloomberg.net, Sebastian BoydFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.

    (Bloomberg) -- Explore what’s moving the global economy in the new season of the Stephanomics podcast. Subscribe via Apple Podcast, Spotify or Pocket Cast.Chile’s peso rallied as the central bank offered to sell as much as a quarter of its entire dollar reserves to stabilize a currency that had fallen to record lows in each of the two previous trading sessions.The peso closed at 809.46 per dollar in Santiago, up 2.3%, after strengthening to as much as 797.39 per dollar earlier in the day.The central bank will sell $200 million a day on the spot market next week, the first stage of an intervention policy that could reach $10 billion, bank President Mario Marcel said. It will also offer $200 million in the forwards market each day. It is the first direct intervention in the market since 2011 and follows two weeks of large price swings.“The objective of this measure is to reduce an excessive level of volatility in the market which has been expressed through an overreaction to news,” Marcel told reporters Friday. “More than the level of the peso itself, we think volatility itself has gone beyond fundamentals.”The peso has tumbled 10.3% in a month as the worst social unrest in decades forces shops to close, paralyzes much of the public transport system and leads many people to cut short their working hours. The government, which has agreed to write up a new constitution to place the protesters, has estimated the damage to state property alone at $1 billion. In the meantime, the looting continues.The intervention “looks promising, but I think we need to follow what happens in regards to the change in the constitution and so on before we say that the sell-off is over,” said Lisa Synning, a Stockholm-based money manager at Handelsbanken Fonder AB.Rate DecisionSix weeks of demonstrations and looting is now threatening to stall economic growth. Manufacturing tumbled 5.8% in October from the year earlier, even though the troubles didn’t start until Oct. 18.The central bank has $39.7 billion in foreign currency reserves to finance the dollar sales. Those reserves have been little changed for the past seven years.To provide more information to the market, the central bank has brought forward its next rate decision by two days to Dec. 4. The quarterly monetary report, which includes estimates for growth and investment, will be on Dec. 5 as opposed to Dec. 9.Marcel said today that monetary policy was already “significantly” expansive and that interest rates must take into account the exchange rate policy and changes to fiscal policy.Government has announced spending increases to quell the protests, including a new minimum income and an increase in the basic pension.(Updates with comments from central bank president starting in the third paragraph.)\--With assistance from Eduardo Thomson.To contact the reporter on this story: Philip Sanders in Santiago at psanders@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Daniel Cancel at dcancel@bloomberg.net, Sebastian BoydFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.


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  • 23/27   Can Tajiri Resources (CVE:TAJ) Afford To Invest In Growth?
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    We can readily understand why investors are attracted to unprofitable companies. For example, although Amazon.com made...

    We can readily understand why investors are attracted to unprofitable companies. For example, although Amazon.com made...


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  • 24/27   U.S. Stocks Drop From Record Highs; Crude Declines: Markets Wrap
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    (Bloomberg) -- Want the lowdown on European markets? In your inbox before the open, every day. Sign up here.U.S. stocks dropped from record highs in the wake of lower European and Asian equities, rounding out a lackluster finale to the third straight month of gains for global benchmarks. The dollar strengthened.The S&P 500, Nasdaq 100 and Dow Jones Industrial Average all finished lower as trading resumed on Wall Street after the Thanksgiving break. Shares of energy and consumer discretionary goods companies were the biggest decliners, with overall trading volume about 16% below the 30-day average. The Stoxx Europe 600 Index slumped, while Asian shares closed lower.Treasuries were mixed as they returned to trading post-holiday. The dollar posted a ninth straight session of gains, the longest winning streak since January 2016. U.S. equity markets closed at 1 p.m. New York time, while bond trading ended an hour later.”It looks like it will be a lazy day with the U.S. half day of trading,” said Didier Anthamatten, senior portfolio manager at Unigestion SA. “Very low liquidity and most of the traders digesting the turkey.”Investors are hungry for evidence of progress on a China-U.S. trade deal, with the next batch of American tariffs on Chinese goods due to begin Dec. 15 and additional tension building over Hong Kong. China’s foreign ministry warned again of unspecified retaliation for U.S. President Donald Trump’s signing of legislation that expresses support for protesters in Hong Kong.“The real issue is not the Hong Kong bill,” Macquarie Group’s Thierry Wizman told Bloomberg TV. “The real issue is whether or not if you do not see convergence on those negotiations by Dec. 15, do we get an increase, a scheduled increase, in those U.S. tariffs and does that derail the negotiations?”Elsewhere, West Texas-grade oil traded dropped below $57 a barrel amid signals OPEC and allied crude producers are averse to deepening output cuts when they convene next week. The won closed lower in normal trading hours after the Bank of Korea kept its policy rate unchanged, as expected.These are the main moves in markets:\--With assistance from Todd White.To contact the reporters on this story: Vildana Hajric in New York at vhajric1@bloomberg.net;Claire Ballentine in New York at cballentine@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Jeremy Herron at jherron8@bloomberg.net, Dave LiedtkaFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.

    (Bloomberg) -- Want the lowdown on European markets? In your inbox before the open, every day. Sign up here.U.S. stocks dropped from record highs in the wake of lower European and Asian equities, rounding out a lackluster finale to the third straight month of gains for global benchmarks. The dollar strengthened.The S&P 500, Nasdaq 100 and Dow Jones Industrial Average all finished lower as trading resumed on Wall Street after the Thanksgiving break. Shares of energy and consumer discretionary goods companies were the biggest decliners, with overall trading volume about 16% below the 30-day average. The Stoxx Europe 600 Index slumped, while Asian shares closed lower.Treasuries were mixed as they returned to trading post-holiday. The dollar posted a ninth straight session of gains, the longest winning streak since January 2016. U.S. equity markets closed at 1 p.m. New York time, while bond trading ended an hour later.”It looks like it will be a lazy day with the U.S. half day of trading,” said Didier Anthamatten, senior portfolio manager at Unigestion SA. “Very low liquidity and most of the traders digesting the turkey.”Investors are hungry for evidence of progress on a China-U.S. trade deal, with the next batch of American tariffs on Chinese goods due to begin Dec. 15 and additional tension building over Hong Kong. China’s foreign ministry warned again of unspecified retaliation for U.S. President Donald Trump’s signing of legislation that expresses support for protesters in Hong Kong.“The real issue is not the Hong Kong bill,” Macquarie Group’s Thierry Wizman told Bloomberg TV. “The real issue is whether or not if you do not see convergence on those negotiations by Dec. 15, do we get an increase, a scheduled increase, in those U.S. tariffs and does that derail the negotiations?”Elsewhere, West Texas-grade oil traded dropped below $57 a barrel amid signals OPEC and allied crude producers are averse to deepening output cuts when they convene next week. The won closed lower in normal trading hours after the Bank of Korea kept its policy rate unchanged, as expected.These are the main moves in markets:\--With assistance from Todd White.To contact the reporters on this story: Vildana Hajric in New York at vhajric1@bloomberg.net;Claire Ballentine in New York at cballentine@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Jeremy Herron at jherron8@bloomberg.net, Dave LiedtkaFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.


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  • 25/27   Read This Before Buying TELUS Corporation (TSE:T) For Its Dividend
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    Today we'll take a closer look at TELUS Corporation (TSE:T) from a dividend investor's perspective. Owning a strong...

    Today we'll take a closer look at TELUS Corporation (TSE:T) from a dividend investor's perspective. Owning a strong...


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  • 26/27   Gift Guide: For the budding video creator
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    If you're interested in cameras and taking pictures, you should definitely check out our 2019 Photography Gift Guide, but if you're specifically looking to encourage a developing creator who wants to work with video on their preferred platform of choice, be it YouTube, TikTok, Instagram or any other, you've come to the right place.  From smartphone accessories to get the most out of their built-in cameras, to stuff for people with more expensive dedicated camera setups, we've got it all.  A good camera bag is a necessary accessory for anyone who is shooting with something other than their phone, and the Hex Back Loader DSLR Backpack and Hex Cinema Backpack are great options that are actually less expensive than some of the bigger brand options out there, but with modern styling that means they look less like something designed for function alone, and more like a backpack that would actually draw compliments.

    If you're interested in cameras and taking pictures, you should definitely check out our 2019 Photography Gift Guide, but if you're specifically looking to encourage a developing creator who wants to work with video on their preferred platform of choice, be it YouTube, TikTok, Instagram or any other, you've come to the right place. From smartphone accessories to get the most out of their built-in cameras, to stuff for people with more expensive dedicated camera setups, we've got it all. A good camera bag is a necessary accessory for anyone who is shooting with something other than their phone, and the Hex Back Loader DSLR Backpack and Hex Cinema Backpack are great options that are actually less expensive than some of the bigger brand options out there, but with modern styling that means they look less like something designed for function alone, and more like a backpack that would actually draw compliments.


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  • 27/27   Announcement under the Irish Takeover Rules: Relevant Securities in Issue - November 29, 2019
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    NOT FOR RELEASE, PUBLICATION OR DISTRIBUTION, IN WHOLE OR IN PART, IN, INTO OR FROM ANY JURISDICTION WHERE TO DO SO WOULD CONSTITUTE A VIOLATION OF THE RELEVANT LAWS OR REGULATIONS OF SUCH JURISDICTION

    NOT FOR RELEASE, PUBLICATION OR DISTRIBUTION, IN WHOLE OR IN PART, IN, INTO OR FROM ANY JURISDICTION WHERE TO DO SO WOULD CONSTITUTE A VIOLATION OF THE RELEVANT LAWS OR REGULATIONS OF SUCH JURISDICTION


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