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UTC CEO says keeping IN plant open 'good deal'

The lobby of the Times building is open to the public, and a large crowd had gathered by the time he departed. "Please be forewarned prior to making a very expensive mistake!" he wrote . Trump, who has touted himself as an excellent negotiator, took credit last week for Carrier's partial reversal of its plans. 'Rexnord of IN is moving to Mexico and rather viciously firing all of its 300 workers, ' Trump tweeted on Friday.

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Trump renews defense of his call with Taiwan leader

The New York Times claimed that the simple call was a bigger "provocation" of Beijing than selling billions in weapons to Taiwan, which the United States has routinely done even after breaking formal diplomatic ties in 1979 to please Beijing.

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Italian bond prices drop, yields surge after referendum defeat

Italy's 4.25 billion euro Atlas fund, hastily created this year to help channel private funds into struggling banks, has seen its coffers dry up as banking crises mushroom around it. Reuters news agency quoted German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble as saying there was no reason for a euro crisis but that Italy urgently needed a functioning government.

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OPEC Agrees to Freeze Oil Production

Oil prices dipped on Friday on concerns whether major producers would implement an OPEC-Russia deal to reduce production, compounded by data showing output in Russia rose to a post-Soviet high ahead of the announced cutback. "OPEC has delivered an agreement", said Jason Gammel of USA investment bank Jefferies. It is a modest cut, but the impact is expected to be substantial on an industry that has struggled with downbeat prices for more than two years.

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United Kingdom to borrow $151 billion more after Brexit vote

Hammond also said public finances are now expected to return to balance in the next parliament, net debt must start falling by the end of this parliament, and welfare spending will be capped. The budget forecasters said gross domestic product would grow 1.4 percent in 2017 and 1.7 percent in 2018, down from March's pre-referendum estimates of 2.2 and 2.1 percent.

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LA 2024 releases $5.3 billion budget; no new stadiums needed

The largest revenue sources in the budget are domestic sponsorship ($1.93 billion), ticketing ($1.47 billion) and the IOC's contributions from broadcasting rights ($855 million). Los Angeles previously hosted the Olympics in 1932 and 1984, but bids from NY (2012) and Chicago (2016) failed, leaving Atlanta as the last United States of America city to host the games, back in 1996.


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