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: Gross Domestic Product Q1 Third Estimate - BEA News Release - June 29, 2017: BEA

Nasdaq Futures Fall as Google Leads Big Tech Lower: U.S. Stock Market Future Indications - June 27, 2017:

Money Laundering Detailed by Expert Inspector Bill Bajcher on the Hagman Report - June 23, 2017:

FTC Returns Money to Victims of Timeshare Resale Scam: FTC Press Release June 23, 2017

Monthly New Residential Sales May 23, 2017:

Adani Mine "Not a Positive Thing for Australia", Labor's Mark Butler Says: The Guardian | Australia | Labor Party

Victories Against Trump are Mounting. Here's How We Deal The Final Blow by Rebecca Solnit. The Guardian | U.S. News Opinion - June 18, 2017

From The Desk Of Fernando Guzmán Cavero: Why I Stopped Temporarily Publishing?

Dear Friends  Why I Stopped Temporarily Publishing? June 10, 2017

Under Trump, Worker Protections Are Viewed With New Skepticism: NYT | Business Day on June 5, 2017

Asia, Europe, and U.S. Stock Markets Closings' Report on June 5, 2017

Asia, Europe and U.S Stock Markets Closings' Report Summaries on June 2, 2017.

I Thought Labor Was Heading for Disaster. Now calum Campbell Is Voting for Corbym: The Guardian | Opinion - June 2, 2017:

theguardian.com Calum Campbell W hen Theresa May called a snap general election, the first thing I did was call my dad, Alastair Campbell, to tell him how smart and strategic a move I thought it was. I believed that the Labour party would face catastrophe. That voters in Labour strongholds across the north of England would crave her policies on immigration, fear Jeremy Corbyn’s historical links to the IRA, and clamour for the modern-day iron lady. Theresa May clearly felt the same, kicking off her campaign in Hartlepool with a smile that suggested a belief that the election was over before it had even started. What this campaign has shown is just how out of touch I was. Britain is a country that is desperate for change. People in Brexit strongholds, such as Burnley – the home of my football club and where I have close friends – voted for Brexit in unprecedented numbers. I believed at the time – and still do to some exte