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FTC Press Release - January 28, 2016: FTC Announces Significant Enhancements to - January 28, 2016.

One-Stop Website Offers Array of New Tools for ID Theft Victims; Free Recovery Plans Will Assist Consumers in Alerting Police, Credit Agencies, IRS Note: A conference call for media with FTC Chairwoman Edith Ramirez will occur as follows: Date: Jan. 28, 2016 Time: 2 p.m. ET Call-in: (800) 288-8975, confirmation number 385373 Call-in lines, which are for media only, will open 15 minutes prior to the start of the call. Ramirez and FTC staff will be available to take questions from the media about the new site. Broadcast media, please also note that B-roll video is available on or by contacting the FTC Office of Public Affairs. For the first time, identity theft victims can now go online and get a free, personalized identity theft recovery plan as a result of significant enhancements to the Federal Trade Commission’s website. The new one-stop website is integrated with the FTC’s consumer complaint system, allowing consumers wh

Gold Money - January 28, 2016:Surprises in Store... Surprises in store…. Toni Sty   From the peaks of last year stock indices in the major markets have fallen 10-20%, give or take. On their own, these falls could be read as healthy corrections in an ongoing bull market, and doubtless there are investors hanging on to their investments in the hope that this is true.

European Markets at Close Report, by CNBC on January 28, 2016: Stocks end Sharply Lower on Weak Earnings; Oil Recovers. Arjun Kharpal, Holly Ellyatt, Alexandra Gibbs European equities closed sharply lower on Thursday, as a raft of weak earnings offset positive sentiment surrounding the rebound in oil prices. The pan-European STOXX 600 finished down 1.6 percent provisionally, with all sectors closing in the red, except oil and gas, and basic resources. London's FTSE 100 ended down 0.9 percent, while its European counterparts, France's CAC and Germany's DAX slipped further, closing down 1.3 and 2.4 percent, respectively.

CNBC : US Future Indiications Points for a Higher Opening - January 28, 2016: Dow futures Off Durable Goods Miss Jump 100 as US Crude Tops $33. staff Spencer Platt | Getty Images U.S. stock index futures indicated a higher open Thursday, helped by a continued bounce in oil prices. Dow futures gained 100 points as U.S. crude oil futures topped $33 a barrel. Brent held above $34 a barrel as of 9:04 a.m. ET. Earlier, futures pared gains, with Dow futures briefly turning negative after December durable goods orders declined far more than expected. Durable goods fell 5.1 percent in December , far more than expectations for a less-than 1 percent decline. Ex-transportation, the figure declined 1.2 percent. "That's another indication the economy is continuing to slow and an indication the Fed is going to hold off in the first half of this year," said Peter Cardillo, chief market economist at First Standard Financial. Weekly jobless claims came in at 278,000. Treasury yields edged lower, with the 10-year yield falling below 2 percent. The U.S. dollar index extende

GATA | THE GATA DISPATCH on January 28, 2016: The Gold Market Just Lost its Best Measure of Chinese Deman

Submitted by cpowell on January 28, 2016 .  By Myra P. Saefong, New York Thursday, January 28, 2016 story/the-gold-market-just- lost-its-best-meas... The Shanghai Gold Exchange has stopped publishing its weekly gold withdrawal figures, forcing the market to lose its "best measure of Chinese wholesale demand," according to Koos Jansen, precious-metals analyst and blogger for Singapore-based bullion dealer BullionStar.

RT Max Keiser Report - January 28, 2016 (Episode 868))

"Keiser Report" Episode 868 RT Shows   Published on Jan 28, 2016 Every week Max Keiser looks at all the scandal behind the financial news headlines. In this episode of the Keiser Report coming to you from Moscow, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert are joined by Ben Aris of to discuss the latest from the Russian economy as it confronts a falling ruble, trade wars and self-imposed sanctions. They look on the bright side of these sanctions which has seen a renaissance in the Russian food scene and they examine accusations from a leading British commentator that Russia can never develop a Google . . . uh, despite having a Yandex, the biggest tech company in Europe. They also look at asset stripping banks in Russia to buy property in London and the reserve fund being used for precisely what it was accumulated to do. Recorded from RT, Keiser Report , January 28, 201