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Oct 28, 2012

ICE Futures U.S: Weekly Analysis of US Equity and Currency Markets -October 28, 2012-.



Nick McDonald of Trade With Precision presents a concise technical analysis of these markets for the week ahead, using the Russell 2000® index and the ICE US Dollar Index® as pivotal focuses.


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NYT global Update -October 28, 2012-: Iraqi Sects Join Battle in Syria on Both Sides

The New York Times International Herald Tribune
October 28, 2012

Global Update

 

 

Update

TOP NEWS

Iraqi Sects Join Battle in Syria on Both Sides

By YASIR GHAZI and TIM ARANGO
Many Iraqi Sunnis and Shiites see the Syrian war as a religious conflict and are joining the battle, driving Syria ever closer to becoming a regional sectarian battlefield.

Arrest Made in BBC Sexual Abuse Scandal

By NICHOLAS KULISH
The police did not identify the suspect arrested, but the British news media reported that it was the glam-rock star Gary Glitter, a convicted pedophile.

Protests in China Against Refinery Reach Third Day

By ANDREW JACOBS
Protesters wearing masks and carrying banners were seeking to stop the expansion of a state-run petrochemical plant that is already one of China's largest refineries.
Travel

Slide Show: Nepal's Mustang Region

In this rugged land, scenes switch between colorful fields, menacing rock formations and wrinkled mountains, creased by time.
Opinion

Opinion

A Matter of Taste?

By WILLIAM DERESIEWICZ
Food has overtaken art in expressing the symbolic values and absorbing the spiritual energies of the elite.
WORLD

Casualties of Toronto's Urban Skies

By IAN AUSTEN
Toronto's modern skyline, with a high proportion of glass-clad structures, has become one of the world's most deadly cities for migratory birds.

Greek Editor Arrested After Publishing List of Swiss Bank Accounts

By LIZ ALDERMAN
Kostas Vaxevanis, the editor and owner of Hot Doc magazine, said the list contained the names of 2,000 Greeks who had possibly been evading taxes.
News Analysis

Al Qaeda-Inspired Groups, Minus Goal of Striking U.S.

By ROBERT F. WORTH
Jihadis of various kinds are flourishing in Africa and the Middle East, where the chaos that followed the Arab uprisings has given them greater freedom to organize and operate.
BUSINESS
The New American Job

A Part-Time Life, as Hours Shrink and Shift

By STEVEN GREENHOUSE
Retailers are relying on part-time workers, a trend that has frustrated millions of Americans who want full-time jobs but must instead settle for reduced pay and benefits.

In Dairy Industry Consolidation, Lush Paydays

By ANDREW MARTIN
Through certain deals, huge paychecks went to a small group of people, including the chief executive of Dean Foods and a former head of a dairy cooperative.

From Calm Leadership, Lasting Change

By NANCY F. KOEHN
Rachel Carson, who warned of pesticides' toll on nature in "Silent Spring" 50 years ago, offered an indelible example of the power of individual action.
TECHNOLOGY
App City

A Deeper Look at the Elections, or Not

By JOSHUA BRUSTEIN
New apps offer insights into political advertising; information about candidates, polls and predictions; a method for encouraging friends to vote; and a way to avoid facing the elections at all.
Circa Now

A Web of Answers and Questions

By HENRY ALFORD
How much information is too much, and what does all this Web searching say about ourselves?
SPORTS

New Skis No Impediment to Ligety as World Cup Season Opens

By BRIAN PINELLI
The American Ted Ligety, who has been the most outspoken critic of a requirement to use new, straighter skis, used them to great effect, winning the first giant slalom of the World Cup season on Sunday.

Man U Finally Finds a Way to Win at Chelsea

By ROB HUGHES
Manchester United has finally beaten Chelsea at Stamford Bridge for the first time since Roman Abramovich began sinking a billion pounds into making the London club the equal of United in June 2003.

No Surprise: Vettel Captures the Indian Grand Prix Again

By BRAD SPURGEON
In the second year of its running, the Indian Grand Prix provided the kind of fiery competition between top drivers that one expects in more venerable races.
U.S. NEWS

East Coast Prepares for Storm's Arrival

By MICHAEL SCHWIRTZ
Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo announced plans to suspend subway, bus and rail service at 7 p.m. Sunday, and Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg ordered evacuations of some low-lying areas ahead of a possible storm surge.

Potential Natural Disaster Plays Havoc With Candidates' Plans

By HELENE COOPER and MICHAEL BARBARO
Hurricane Sandy's approach along the East Coast forced both the Obama and Romney campaigns to change their plans for the final full week before the presidential election.

New Museum Shows Off Las Vegas's Neon Side

By TIMOTHY PRATT
Icons of a bygone era, including signs for the Stardust and other casinos, are being immortalized at the Neon Museum in Las Vegas, which opened Saturday after more than 15 years in the making.
OPINION
Opinion

The European Left and Its Trouble With Jews

By COLIN SHINDLER
The left once led the fight against Nazism. Now it coddles anti-Semites.
Editorial

Barack Obama for Re-Election

We enthusiastically endorse President Obama, who has earned a second term; Mitt Romney offers dangerous ideas, when he offers any.
Op-Ed Columnist

President in Shining Armor

By ROSS DOUTHAT
The Obama campaign has been making a weirdly paternalistic pitch to women.