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Steve Bannon’s ‘economic nationalism’ is total nonsense

Former chief strategist and campaign manager Steve Bannon’s departure from the Trump White house certainly does not mean that an end to the demagogic and racist policy, in the Donald Trump kidnapped, for decades.

It does, however, the last solar Eclipse of the idea seems to mark, that Trump would be beyond demagoguery and create a vision of the “nationalist” economic policy in a meaningful way from the standard-issue pro-business Republican.

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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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“What’s the rush’ on interest rate hikes, asks Fed Kashkari

With inflation low and wages there is little sign of an upward wave, the US Central Bank should not increase interest rates, Minneapolis Fed President Neel Kashkari said on Tuesday.

“What’s the hurry?” Kashkari asked, at an event at the Michigan Technological University in Houghton, Michigan to add that neither wages nor inflation data, signs of overheating in the economy and in fact may suggest that there is still some slack in the labour market.

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US services sector growth picks up pace in April, ISM report shows

The Institute of Supply Management non-manufacturing index, which tracks the US economy is the service sector, the hit of 57.5 for the month of April, come to the top of the expectations.

The index rose to the rank of 88 consecutive period, data showed on Wednesday.

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The best city for small business in America is not in Silicon Valley

New York City surpassed Silicon Valley to become the top city for small business, according to Biz2Credit, the annual investigation of the Top Small Business cities in America. New York-the growth was driven by the booming real estate market and construction industry, banks and financial services (including fintech), and the city’s thriving technology sector.

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Ford, Nissan, GM, Toyota report April US sales declines

Ford, Nissan, General Motors and Toyota all reported U.S. sales declines in April, strong signs that the demand for cars, trucks and SUV starts to slow, after seven years of growth.

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