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Sep 6, 2016

The Guardian | World | Australia | Australian Political Donation - September 7, 2016 (03:32 BST): Dastyri's Donations Reveal a Bigger Story of Links and Largesse

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Dastyari's donations reveal a bigger story of links and largesse

Gabrielle Chan
 
This is a story with a long tail. As long as a dragon’s tail and with just as many scales.

DealBook Today's News Summary - September 6, 2016: Top story | Highlights | Buzz Tracker | Looking Ahead

The New York Times

Top Story
Diane Standaert, director of state policy for the Center for Responsible Lending, said bills aimed at loosening state laws that protect consumers from high-cost lending “were popping up all over the place.”
Subprime Lender, Busy at State Level, Avoids Federal Scrutiny
By BEN PROTESS
OneMain Financial, the nation’s largest subprime installment lender, has not weighed in on proposed federal rules, but it has lobbied several states.

WSJ | Major Indexes Closing on September 6, 2016

The Wall Street Journal

Major Indexes Closing
Major Indexes 5:46 p.m. EDT 09/06/16

WSJ | Forex Closing on September 6, 2016

The Wall Street Journal

Forex Closing
Major Currencies
Tuesday, September 6, 2016

WSJ | Most Actives Closing on September 6, 2016

The Wall Street Journal

Most Actives Closing
Most Active Stocks by Volume
4:31 pm ET 09/06/2016
NYSE

WSJ | Biggest Decliners Closing on September 6, 2016

The Wall Street Journal

Biggest Decliners Closing
Biggest Decliners
4:31 pm ET 09/06/2016
NYSE

WSJ | Biggest Gainers Closing on September 6, 2016

The Wall Street Journal

Biggest Gainers Closing
Biggest Gainers
4:31 pm ET 09/06/2016
NYSE

Wall Street Closing Report , by CNBC on September 6, 2016: Nasdaq Posts All-Time Closing High as stocks Shrug Off Dismall ISM Data

cnbc.com
 
Fred Imbert
U.S. stocks closed higher Tuesday, led by energy, as Wall Street despite shockingly weak economic data while keeping an eye on oil prices.

SEC Press Release - September 6, 2016: SEC Charges CEO and Paid Promoter With Fraudulently Promoting Stock of Las Vegas Health Products Company

SEC Seal


09/06/2016 03:05 PM EDT

The Securities and Exchange Commission today charged the CEO of a sexual health products retailer and a paid promoter with orchestrating fraudulent promotional campaigns to tout the company’s stock.

FDIC Press Release - September 6, 2016: FDIC to Hold 16th Annual Bank Research Conference in Arlington, Virginia

FDIC

Press Release

FDIC to Hold 16th Annual Bank Research Conference in Arlington, Virginia

Chairman Gruenberg to Speak on First Day of the Two-Day Event

FDIC Weekly National Rates and Rate Caps - September 6, 2016

FDIC

Rates updated September 06, 2016

Non-Jumbo Deposits (< $100,000)

FTC Press Release - September 6, 2016: FTC Approves Energy Labeling Rule Changes and Seeks Comment on Others

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Bits | The Business of Technology - September 6, 2016: IPhone Season Is Here, but These Days, Surprises Are Rare

Tuesday, September 6, 2016


The New York Times


The New York Times
The iPhone’s headphone jack is rumored to be on the way out.
The iPhone’s headphone jack is rumored to be on the way out. Richard Drew/Associated Press
It’s September, which means (drumroll) it’s iPhone time.

FRB Press Release - September 6, 2016

www.marketwatch.com

Press Release

Release Date: September 6, 2016
The Federal Reserve Board on Tuesday announced the termination of the enforcement action listed below:

FirstFed Bancorp, Inc. Employee Stock Ownership Plan and FirstFed Bancorp, Inc., both of Bessemer, Alabama

Written Agreement dated June 27, 2011

Terminated September 1, 2016

Search of Federal Reserve enforcement actions.
For media inquiries, call 202-452-2955.
 
Last update: September 6, 2016

European Markets Closing Report, by CNBC on September 6, 2016: European Stocks Close Mixed on Poor US Data; Bayer Sweetens Deal For Monsanto

cnbc.com
 
Arjun Kharpal, Luke Graham, Holly Ellyatt
 
European stocks seesawed in trade on Tuesday as oil prices slipped and poor U.S. service sector data pushed many markets down.

The pan-European STOXX 600 closed down around 0.3 percent.

NYT | First Draft on september 6, 2016: Election Clock Ticks Down to 60-Plus Days to Go, by Maggie Habberman

Tuesday, September 6, 2016


The New York Times


The New York Times
Donald Trump and Gov. Mike Pence made a campaign stop in Ohio on Monday.
Donald Trump and Gov. Mike Pence made a campaign stop in Ohio on Monday. Ty Wright for The New York Times
Election Clock Ticks Down to 60-Plus Days to Go
By MAGGIE HABERMAN

NYT The Opinion Pages | Op-Ed Contributor James K Glassman : Save The Republican Party: Vote For Clinton

The Opinion Pages | Op-Ed Contributor

Save the Republican Party: Vote for Clinton

Every day, I run into Republican friends who can’t stomach a vote for Donald J. Trump but don’t know what to do. Vote for Hillary Clinton, who has trouble with the truth, wants to raise taxes and opposes free trade with Asia? Vote for the Libertarian candidate, Gary Johnson, an outlier who once ran a marijuana business and embraces isolationism? Or not vote at all, maintaining a certain purity but allowing others to decide the next president?

European Market News - September 6, 2016: European Stocks Waver as Fresenius Rallies, But Ingenico slumps 12%

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5:14am
Sara Sjolin
 
European stocks struggled for direction on Tuesday after a mixed bag of corporate news, including a revenue warning from Ingenico Group SA and a takeover bid from Fresenius SE.

The Washington Post | News Alert - September 6, 2016: A New 50 State Poll Shows Exactly Why Clinton Holds The Advantage Over Trump

 

The Washington Post  
 
News Alert Tue., Sep. 06, 2016 7:00 a.m.
 
 
With nine weeks until Election Day, Donald Trump is within striking distance in the Upper Midwest, but Hillary Clinton’s strength in many battlegrounds and some traditional Republican strongholds gives her a big electoral college advantage, according to a 50-state Washington Post-SurveyMonkey poll. The massive survey highlights a critical weakness in Trump’s candidacy — an unprecedented deficit for a Republican among college-educated white voters, especially women. Those voters have been loyal Republican voters in recent elections, but Trump is behind Clinton with this group across much of the country, including in some solidly red states. The survey of all 50 states is the largest sample ever undertaken by The Post, which joined with SurveyMonkey and its online polling resources to produce the results.
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DealBook Morning News: Follow the Leader, How Airgas Doubled Its Price, and ‘Better Than Goldman’

The New York Times 

  By Amie Tsang

U.S. Stock Market Future Indications, by MarketWatch - September 6, 2016: U.S. Stocks Set To Open Higherb.


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marketwatch.com

Victor Reklaitis
 
U.S. stock futures inched higher Tuesday, putting the market on track to add slightly to last week’s gain as traders returned from a three-day weekend.

Asian Markets Closing Report on September 6, 2016: Asian Markets Rise, But Aussie Stocks Buck Trend After RBA Stands Pat

www.marketwatch.com


marketwatch.com
 
Ese Erheriene
 
Asian shares were broadly higher Tuesday, with export names buoyed by the U.S. dollar’s strength, though stocks in Australia extended declines after the central bank there kept interest rates unchanged.

Bloomberg View - Editorial Board - September 6, 2016: Quantum Computers are Coming.

Editorial Board

Quantum Computers Are Coming. The World Might Not Be Ready.

Getting weirder.
Photographer: Krisztian Bocsi/Bloomberg
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Quantum mechanics, Carl Sagan once observed, is so strange that "common sense is almost useless in approaching it." Scientists still don't understand exactly why matter behaves as it does at the quantum level. Yet they're getting better at exploiting its peculiar dynamics -- in ways that may soon upend the technology business.

One of the most interesting applications is in computing. In theory, quantum computers could take advantage of odd subatomic interactions to solve certain problems far faster than a conventional machine could. Although a full-scale quantum computer is still years off, scientists have lately made a lot of progress on the materials, designs and methods needed to make one.


Quantum Leap
Competition in quantum technologies is increasingly global.
- Annual Research Budget On Top - Pubishers Researchers Below
 
 
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https://www.bloomberg.com/view/articles/2016-09-06/quantum-computers-are-coming-the-world-might-not-be-read

FT | World - September 5, 2016: G20: China and Britains's Relationship Sours

The Guardian | Home | Opinion | US Foreign Policy - September 6, 2016: Don't Worry! Clinton and trump Are Going To Fix Israel Palestine*, by Moustafa bayoumi

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Moustafa Bayoumi
 
In 2017, several months after the United States swears in a new president, the Israeli occupation of Palestinian lands will turn 50 years old. Some birthdays ought not to be celebrated, however. Through its occupation, Israel continues to colonize territory in the West Bank and further entrench its military rule, with no sign of it ending. American politicians may not want to face this reality, but the situation is dire, leading Jay Michaelson of The Forward to write: “As a temporary policy, the occupation is unjust. As a permanent one, it is apartheid.”