• Missing Saudi journalist may have recorded his death on his Apple Watch
Missing Saudi journalist may have recorded his death on his Apple Watch

The Turkish investigation into the case revealed recordings made on Khashoggi's Apple watch, which purportedly indicated he was tortured and killed, according to a report in the Turkish newspaper Daily Sabah on Saturday, which emerged after a delegation from Saudi Arabia arrived in Turkey for a joint investigation into his disappearance.

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  • USA crude stocks up by 6 mln barrels
USA crude stocks up by 6 mln barrels

The ICE Brent crude futures were increased by 94 cents per barrel or 1.19% from $79.74 per barrel, while the NYMEX ( New York Mercantile Exchange) October light-sweet crude contract was 76 Cents per barrel or 1.07% higher at $71.54 per barrel.

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  • Mega Millions jackpost climbs to $654M
Mega Millions jackpost climbs to $654M

Dearborn St.in the Loop, from 10 a.m.to 1 p.m. Friday. It would also be the fourth-largest winning jackpot in USA history, with two Powerball drawings outranking the highest Mega Millions totals. Four tickets matched all five white balls Tuesday to earn the second prize, and 37 matched four white balls and the Mega Ball for a third-place prize.

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  • Countries Looking to Drive Oil Prices
Countries Looking to Drive Oil Prices

USA crude futures settled up less than 1 percent at $74.96 per barrel, reflecting the declining importance of the Gulf of Mexico in output because of the growth of production from the nation's onshore shale fields. As per to the primary tanker tracking data collected by Bloomberg , the exports of Iran's condensate and crude oil dropped down in las...

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  • DoubleLines Gundlach: Rates a big part of sell-off
DoubleLines Gundlach: Rates a big part of sell-off

The Fed is expected to raise interest rates at least three times in 2019, up from the two hikes that it forecasted in December. The Fed is an independent body and presidents in recent decades have avoided commenting publicly on its actions.

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  • A marathon 19 hours in the air
A marathon 19 hours in the air

He and his group met during the world's first commercial flight of the Airbus A380 double-decker plane operated by the airline in 2007 and discovered that everyone had a passion for flying. Once the marathon flight is completed, they'll officially eclipse Qatar's current record-holding Auckland to Doha flight of 17-and-a-half hours as the world's...

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  • Boston Dynamics' Atlas has now mastered parkour
Boston Dynamics' Atlas has now mastered parkour

Robot helpers like those in the movie "I, Robot" may still be a long way off, but Boston Dynamics' rapid progress with Atlas, combined with other robot research around the world, suggests that the question of "if we get there" may no longer be applicable.

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  • Elon Musk commits to SEC settlement despite mocking tweets
Elon Musk commits to SEC settlement despite mocking tweets

The SEC settlement capped months of debate and some investor calls for stronger oversight of Musk, whose recent erratic public behaviour raised concerns about his ability to steer the money-losing company through a rocky phase of growth. Twenty-First Century Fox declined to comment. Tesla made an SEC filing in 2013 that said Musk's tweets qua...

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  • Facebook States 30 Million People Affected by Last Month's
Facebook States 30 Million People Affected by Last Month's "View As" Bug

For 15 million people , attackers accessed two sets of information - name and contact details (phone number, email, or both, depending on what people had on their profiles). Using these initial accounts, the attacker used a bug in Facebook's code relating to a the "View As" feature to access the profiles of friends, which it believes existed since...

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  • IKEA to open third store in Bengaluru
IKEA to open third store in Bengaluru

He also added, " Bengaluru is a very special city for us as we have active participation from our total value chain - IKEA Foundation, IKEA suppliers, IKEA social entrepreneurs and now IKEA retail". "We see that we have flattened out a bit on sales in existing stores, while we have strong growth through expansion and online", Loof said. "It will l...

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  • China's September trade surplus with U.S. widens to record $34.13B
China's September trade surplus with U.S. widens to record $34.13B

The two countries imposed new tariffs on a massive amount of each other's goods mid-September, with the U.S. targeting $200bn in Chinese imports and Beijing firing back at $60bn worth of United States goods. tariffs. The world's largest trading nation got off to a strong start this year, but its economic outlook is being clouded by the escalati...

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  • Donald Trump says Fed has 'gone crazy' after Dow Industrial Average tumbles
Donald Trump says Fed has 'gone crazy' after Dow Industrial Average tumbles

The Dow Jones industrial average dropped 3.1 percent, or 831 points, to land at 25,599. The S&P 500 fell the most since February and the Nasdaq 100 had its worst day in seven years on Wednesday, paring gains for the year and promising little respite for equity investors Thursday.

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  • Trade war escalation could trigger global financial crisis
Trade war escalation could trigger global financial crisis

The Fund in its 2018 World Economic Outlook released yesterday also warned that the fragile growth of the region may not be enough for the attainment of the Sustainable Development Goals, if the trend remains for a while. While the damage from an all-out trade war wouldn't be catastrophic, slow growth can also pose problems. And if it continu...

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  • Under pressure from parliamentary partner, UK's May meets ministers on Brexit
Under pressure from parliamentary partner, UK's May meets ministers on Brexit

The 27 European Union leaders meeting next Wednesday in Brussels want to be able to announce "decisive progress" on the Brexit deal to agree to hold another summit in November. Just six months before Britain is due to leave the European Union, some other British officials have voiced more caution, saying "big issues" still lie in the way of any a...

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  • Wall Street dives, setting the ASX up for heavy losses at open
Wall Street dives, setting the ASX up for heavy losses at open

All of those factors could threaten the impressive profits Corporate America has been reporting this year. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 545 points after dropping 831 points Wednesday. Earnings were a major driver of the market last quarter, and analysts see more robust results ahead, even if companies face growing issues like the yet-t...

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  • Central Bankers Defend Fed After Trump Accuses It of ‘Going Loco’
Central Bankers Defend Fed After Trump Accuses It of ‘Going Loco’

I think Fed has gone insane", president Trump replied. The Dow Jones Industrial Average sank 831 points Wednesday, an approximately 3.15 percent drop. Higher interest rates makes it more expensive to borrow money, giving consumers or businesses pause before taking out a loan. The central bank has hiked interest rates three times this year and...

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  • IMF chief defends rate hikes after Trump slams 'crazy' Fed
IMF chief defends rate hikes after Trump slams 'crazy' Fed

While the IMF's outlook for the Chinese economy stayed at 6.6% this year, its forecast for next year of 6.2% represents the slowest growth rate the Asian country has seen since 1990. Lagarde told reporters Thursday at the annual meeting of the International Monetary Fund and World Bank (WB) in Bali, Indonesia, that so far there had been no "co...

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  • Global stocks tumble after Donald Trump 'crazy' Fed comment
Global stocks tumble after Donald Trump 'crazy' Fed comment

He has frequently criticised the United States central bank for gradually raising interest rates, and on Wednesday reiterated his position: "I really disagree with what the Fed is doing". Shares on London's FTSE 100 index were down 1.4% in opening trade, while the Frankfurt DAX dropped 1.3% and the Paris CAC shed 1.5%. She said in addition to ris...

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  • Turkey investigating all dimensions of Saudi journalist's case, Erdoğan says
Turkey investigating all dimensions of Saudi journalist's case, Erdoğan says

His fiancée, waiting outside, said he never emerged and Turkish sources said they believe Khashoggi , a prominent critic of Saudi policies, was killed inside the mission. The revelation of the detailed operation has sparked speculation that the plan to kill him at the consulate may have been a backup plan. If (Trump) is not reading MBS, the crow...

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  • Pressured by Report Saudi Arabia Stands Ready to Cover Shortfall
Pressured by Report Saudi Arabia Stands Ready to Cover Shortfall

The extra cargoes indicate a willingness by Saudi Arabia to increase crude supply to make up the shortfall once sanctions by the United States on oil exports from Iran , the third-largest producer in the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), start up on November 4.

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