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nytimes.com Protest Grows ‘Out of Nowhere’ at Kennedy Airport After Iraqis Are Detained Eli Rosenberg Protests at J.F.K. Against Immigration Ban Peaceful demonstrations began Saturday afternoon at Kennedy International Airport in Queens, where nearly a dozen travelers had been detained, an airport official said. By DAPHNE RUSTOW and AINARA TIEFENTHÄLER on January 28, 2017. Photo by Victor J. Blue for The New York Times. Watch in Times Video » It began in the morning, with a small crowd chanting and holding cardboard signs outside Kennedy International Airport , upset by the news that two Iraqi refugees had been detained inside because of President Trump’s executive order. By the end of the day, the scattershot group had swelled to an enormous crowd. They fille
marketwatch.com Sue Chang, Anora Mahmudova U.S. stocks closed mostly lower on Friday after a monumental week that pushed the Dow Jones Industrial Average above 20,000 for the first time as investors weighed disappointing fourth-quarter data on domestic economic growth and a spate of earnings.
The U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) has issued the following news release today: Real gross domestic product (GDP) increased at an annual rate of 1.9 percent in the fourth quarter of 2016 (table 1), according to the "advance" estimate released by the Bureau of Economic Analysis. In the third quarter, real GDP increased 3.5 percent. The full text of the release on BEA's Web site can be found at www.bea.gov/newsreleases/ national/gdp/gdpnewsrelease. htm
bloomberg.com Bloomberg View ‘Reform’ Isn’t the Answer to Everything Don’t look to the ghost of Reagan to solve today’s economic problems — structural reforms are less popular, and less likely to be effective, than ever before. Satyajit Das says the most important thing now is for policymakers to shore up weak demand.
marketwatch.com Sara Sjolin After rising for three straight days, the Dow Jones Industrial Average on Friday was poised for a pullback, with fourth-quarter GDP data and a spate of earnings, including those from Dow component Chevron, among the factors investors need to consider.
marketwatch.com Ese Erheriene Investors’ renewed enthusiasm for risk continued into Asia-Pacific trading on Friday morning, as equities continued to build on recent gains and the dollar crept upward, breaching 115 yen for the first time this week.
bloomberg.com The Editors Britain’s impending withdrawal from the European Union has drawn attention away from a different kind of crisis -- the one afflicting its National Health Service. Either the NHS will need a lot more investment, or Britons will have to prepare for a seriously impaired health-care system.
cnbc.com Aza Wee Sile Getty Images Japanese and Hong Kong shares were up more than 1 percent on Thursday, taking their cues from the Dow Jones industrial average shooting past 20,000 after a volley of executive orders by President Donald Trump.
cnbc.com Fred Imbert U.S. equities closed at all-time highs on Wednesday after a series of executive orders from President Donald Trump increased bullish sentiment on Wall Street, while financials outperformed.
theguardian.com Tim Crook Jean Seaton: The seeds were sown during the George W Bush era Reading George Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty-Four again , now, hurts. And I’m not the only one to be revisiting it: sales of the book have soared in the past week. What you had previously thought you read at a cool, intellectual distance (a great book about “over there”, somewhere in the past or future) now feels intimate, bitter and shocking. Orwell is writing of now when he writes, “Every year fewer and fewer words, and the range of consciousness always a little smaller.” Of course, we all have to keep our heads (especially we have to keep our heads). The lies about the crowd size at Donald Trump’s inauguration by the hapless White House spokesman Sean Spicer at his first briefing were not earth-shattering. But any lie from this podium is deeply unsettling. Any hopes that Trump or his team were, underneath it all, “normal” rightwingers, have dissipated. The
bloomberg.com @YFEDORN More stories by Yuliya Fedorinova January 25, 2017, 5:00 AM GMT-5 January 25, 2017, 10:09 AM GMT-5 More than 100 auto factories closed under last two presidents Profitable carmakers now being lured with eased rules, taxes
marketwatch.com Sara Sjolin U.S. stocks were set for another upbeat trading day on Wednesday, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average looking to open within arms reach of the psychologically-important 20,000 level.