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TOKYO (AP) — Asian shares declined in cautious trading Tuesday ahead of some key reports this week on the U.S. job market that might provide insight into the Federal Reserve’s thinking about interest rates. U.S. futures slipped and oil prices were little changed. Japan's benchmark Nikkei 225 slipped 1.4% in morning trading to 32,782.14. Australia's S&P/ASX 200 dipped nearly 1.0% to 7,056.00. South Korea's Kospi shed 0.3% to 2,506.32. Hong Kong's Hang Seng dropped 1.9% to 16,335.42, while the Sha
Japan's economy likely shrank slightly less than initially estimated in July-September, reflecting an expected upward revision in private sector capital investment, a Reuters poll showed on Tuesday. An upward revision in a capital expenditure forecast to a 0.5% decrease from the provisional estimate for a 0.6% fall, would contribute to the modest change, analysts said. Ministry of Finance data last week showed Japanese firms increased capital expenditure in the third quarter from the same period the previous year, but it was smaller than an increase in the second quarter.
Rescuers searching the hazardous slopes of Indonesia's Mount Marapi volcano found more bodies among the climbers caught by a surprise eruption two days ago, raising the number of confirmed and presumed dead to 23. More than 50 climbers were rescued after the initial eruption Sunday, and 11 others were initially confirmed dead. Another eruption Monday spewed a new burst of hot ash as high as 800 meters (2,620 feet) into the air and temporarily halted search operations.
Marion County officials still on the hunt for suspect who shot, killed 19-year-old man
‘Leaders of a number of countries have basically sent a message out that women need to get out of the workforce and they need to be home and make more babies,’ says former Democratic presidential nominee
Team Gwen singer BIAS' fiery performance of a Johnny Cash tune on "The Voice" made Reba McEntire envious during the first round of live shows.
India is currently building a renewable energy project in a salt desert near its border with Pakistan that will likely be the world’s largest. (Dec. 4) (AP Video by Dheeraj Aithal. Produced by Joshua A. Bickel)
Statehouse Christmas Tree donor inspired by "Vermont Strong" resiliency
Carillon Tower Advisers, an investment management company, released its “Carillon Eagle Mid Cap Growth Fund” third quarter 2023 investor letter. A copy of the same can be downloaded here. After a robust first half of the year, the S&P 500 Index declined 3.3% in the third quarter, leaving the market up 13.1% through the first nine […]
Indigenous Maori politicians broke with protocol at the opening of New Zealand's parliament on Tuesday, pledging allegiance first to their descendants and the country's founding document before swearing an oath to Britain’s King Charles III. New Zealand’s parliament was sitting for the first time since the Oct. 14 election. Parliamentarians must all swear an oath to King Charles III, who is the country's head of state.
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MONTREAL (AP) — Sean Monahan scored twice and Josh Anderson broke a 27-game goal drought dating to last season with an empty-netter that sealed the Montreal Canadiens' 4-2 win over the Seattle Kraken on Monday night. With Montreal up 3-2, and Seattle pressing, Anderson floated the puck from his own zone and into the Kraken’s net with 32 seconds left. Tanner Pearson also had a goal for Montreal (11-11-3), which won its first game at home since Nov. 11. Samuel Montembeault made 31 saves in his fir
An influencer who intentionally crashed an airplane in California to gain YouTube views was sentenced Monday to six months in federal prison.
Clark County business owner arrested on theft and corruption charges
Following early leaks, Epic Games has now shared a trailer for its partnership with The Weeknd for...
Lucas Olscamp, an instructor at Pearson College UWC, is one of three winners of the prestigious 2023 Burjeel Holdings Oxford Saïd Climate Change Challenge. Olscamp, the lone Canadian to win, was in Dubai this past week to celebrate his accomplishment at COP28 along with students, educators, and environmental and business leaders. Olscamp’s submission presentation to the University of Oxford’s Saïd School included four lesson plans derived from his work in Pearson’s ground-breaking Climate Action
Derby City Gaming opening up downtown Louisville location this week
(.) * South Korean won loses most * Philippines peso only outlier * Most Asian equities trade in red By Archishma Iyer Dec 5 (Reuters) - Most Asian currencies fell on Tuesday, with the South Korean won suffering the most losses, while equities were subdued after traders adjusted interest rate cut bets from the U.S. Federal Reserve as they awaited a key jobs report. The South Korean won and the Indonesian rupiah led the losses for the day, falling as much as 0.7% and 0.3% respectively, with the former dropping to a nearly three-week low. The U.S non-farm payrolls data - a key labour market report - and the non-manufacturing ISM data for November are expected during the week, which market participants will look to for further clarity on interest rates.
Jamie Foxx made a surprise showing at the Critics Choice Association’s Celebration of Cinema and Television: Honoring Black, Latino and AAPI Achievements on Monday night, taking the stage for his first public appearance following his sudden hospitalization in April. Foxx was honored with the Vanguard Award for his acclaimed performance in “The Burial,” from Amazon’s …
NEW DELHI (AP) — Torrential rains and strong winds lashing India's southern and eastern coasts have killed at least six people, officials said, as states there braced for a powerful storm expected to make landfall later Tuesday. The southern states of Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh, as well as Odisha in the east, experienced heavy downpours Monday as authorities issued warnings for Tropical Cyclone Michaung, which is likely to hit the southern coast with maximum sustained winds of 90-100 kph (56-