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Sainsbury’s sales helped by hot weather

Sainsbury’s has said, helped by sales of clothing, summer, dining and paddling pool, to accelerate growth in the past few months. Analysts said June hot weather had helped to lift the company’s sales, also of Argos.

The UK’s second largest supermarket said ” like-for-like sales strip out the impact of new stores grew by 2.3%, excluding petrol.

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What to watch in markets this week: Tech stocks, the jobs report and more

Das erste halbe Jahr wie im Flug vergangen und die Bestände haben sicherlich eine Menge für Sie zu zeigen.

Der S&P 500 und der Dow Jones industrial average eingekerbt, die größte in der ersten Halbzeit gewinnt seit 2013. Der tech-schwere Nasdaq composite, währenddessen Sie in den Staub Links, wogende 14,2 Prozent auf post von seiner besten start in ein Jahr seit 2009.

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Bloomberg announced the start of the largest restructuring of the Russian economy

Russia’s economy is experiencing change, the largest in the last 15 years. At the same time, the authorities that accompanied the conversion”, without fanfare and hype,” by similar changes in Saudi Arabia, (Kingdom launched the Vision 2030 program to the end of April).

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BT Sport wins TV rights to European rugby union

BT Sport has the exclusive rights to show the European Rugby Champions Cup and Challenge Cup from the season 2018-19 has won to the end of 2021-22.

Up to 134 goals in a season are shown live on TV in the UK and Ireland over nine weekends.

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Shell withdraws Malaysia cardboard cutouts after ‘distasteful’ groping

Shell is the removal of a life-sized cardboard cutouts of female employees from all of its Malaysian petrol stations for “objectionable” pictures appeared online.

Images of men kissing, the figure with your hand and touch your chest and step has gone viral on Facebook and other social media.

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Majority of active managers are beating the market this year, but investors still don’t care

After years of languishing, maybe 2017 will finally be the year that active managers, of course, is in the investment community.

As a whole, stock-picking Fund managers a solid start this year, with 52 percent of fundamental equity managers beat their Russell 1000 index benchmarks, according to a study by JPMorgan Chase. The 50-percent limit for a single quarter, only one hand was divided between full-time since the bull market began in March 2009.

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The US college debt bubble is becoming dangerous

Quick run-ups in debt are the single greatest command of the market difficulties. So, it is worth noting that in the last 10 years the amount of student loan debt in the United States, an increase of 170 percent, a whopping $1.4 trillion — more than Auto loans or credit card debt.

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