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McDonald's says equal pay for women is just the beginning, while conforming that the fast-food giant pays women globally 99.85 cents on the dollar for similar work, taking into account legitimate pay drivers such as level, location, experience, and performance....

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Public sector finances from the UK and business confidence from France are due on Thursday, headlining a light day for the European economic news. At 2.00 am ET, the Office for National Statistics releases UK public sector finances for September....

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President Joe Biden termed the late General Colin Powell "a patriot of unmatched honor and dignity". "Having repeatedly broken racial barriers, blazing a trail for others to follow in Federal Government service, Colin was committed throughout his life...

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European stocks are likely to open lower on Thursday as investors fret about the debt woes in China's property sector and react to the latest batch of earnings results from the United States. Tesla's third-quarter revenue beat expectations, while...

asianmarkets3 dec19 14oct21 Asian stocks rose broadly on Thursday amid growing optimism about the state of the economic recovery and earnings improvement. Chinese shares ended little changed with a negative bias as property developers declined after ratings agency S&P Global...
marketopen 011519 14oct21 European stocks rose on Thursday to extend gains from the previous session as expectations of a strong earnings season helped offset concerns about inflation and policy tapering by the Federal Reserve. After JPMorgan kicked off big bank earnings with...
stockmarkets dec21 14oct21 The following are some of the stocks making big moves in Thursday's pre-market trading (as of 06.00 A.M. EDT).
wallstreet oct14 The Producer Price Inflation in the month of September and the weekly jobless claims report might get special focus on Thursday. A slew of Fed talks also might get special investor attention. Asian shares finished broadly up, while European shares...
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uscoronavirus oct14 The White House COVID-19 Response Team said that more than 3,500 organizations including healthcare systems, educational institutions, state and local governments, and private businesses have already stepped up to adopt vaccination requirements.
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ukconsumerprices oct22 20oct21UK consumer price inflation slowed unexpectedly in September largely due to strong base effects, the Office for National Statistics said Wednesday. Consumer price inflation slowed slightly to 3.1 percent from 3.2 percent in August. Economists had forecast the rate to remain unchanged at 3.2 percent. Inflation remained well above the central bank's 2 percent target.
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uscoronavirus mar01 20oct21
The daily cases of coronavirus infection in the United States have come down to the lowest level in three months. This excludes low figures due to reporting delays over the weekends. With 81,238 new cases reported on Tuesday, the total number of Covid infections in the country rose to 45,139,222, as per the latest data from Johns Hopkins University. This is less than one third of this year's peak of 285,058 cases reported on September 13.
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Indian shares struggled for direction in early trade on Thursday, tracking mixed global cues and on eve of the weekly options expiry. The benchmark 30-share BSE Sensex was down 15 points at 61,246, while the broader NSE Nifty index was up 10 points at 18,276. Jubilant Foodworks slumped 4.7 percent...
mcdonalds oct20
McDonald's says equal pay for women is just the beginning, while conforming that the fast-food giant pays women globally 99.85 cents on the dollar for similar work, taking into account legitimate pay drivers such as level, location, experience, and performance. The company added that it is on track to close that identified gap in 2022.
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Asian stocks mostly finished higher. European stocks are muted. American stock futures sticking to previous day's levels. Dollar edged up. Oil slumped on news of Chinese intervention to curb coal prices and rising crude stock piles in U.S. Gold continued surge amidst dollar weakness. Bond yields eased in tandem with retreating oil prices. Cryptocurrency euphoria unabated. Bitcoin near $64,000. Read More
The FDA approved 3 novel drugs in the month of September, bringing the total number of novel drug approvals so far this year to 39. Let's take a look at the biotech stocks facing FDA decision in October. Read More
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has granted emergency use authorization for a booster dose of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine for adults aged 18 and older at least two months following primary vaccination with single-shot Johnson & Johnson... Read More
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Economic Calendar
DateIndicatorPeriodCountry
10/21/21 3:30Unemployment RateSEP Sweden
10/21/21 3:0Consumer Confidence IndexOCT Turkey
10/21/21 2:0Consumer Confidence IndexOCT Denmark
10/21/21 2:0Public Sector Net BorrowingSEP UK
10/21/21 2:0Public Finances (PSNCR)SEP UK
10/21/21 0:30Consumer Confidence IndexOCT Netherland
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