Reflationist BOJ newcomer no pushover for more Japanese easing - Reuters UK Reflationist BOJ newcomer no pushover for more Japanese easing - Reuters India 03/4/2015 - 4:21 am | View Link
GLOBAL MARKETS-Asian shares drift lower, India surprises with rate ... - Yahoo! Finance GLOBAL MARKETS-Asian shares drift lower, India surprises ... - Reuters 03/3/2015 - 10:42 am | View Link
Dollar Drops as Aussie Surges on RBA While China Shares Retreat - Washington Post ... sliding the most in six weeks versus Australia’s currency after the central bank left rates unchanged. Chinese shares dropped from a five... 03/2/2015 - 1:41 pm | View Link
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European shares at fresh seven-year high as ECB QE nears - Times of India European shares at fresh 7-year high as ECB QE nears - Sify 02/27/2015 - 5:30 am | View Link
Yemen weighs on Asian shares, Japan gains on stimulus hopes Asian shares were lackluster Friday as investors monitored violence in the Middle East but Japan’s market rose after weak economic data boosted hopes for more central bank stimulus. Japan’s Nikkei 225 rose 0.5 percent to 19,564.67 after slipping in and ... 03/27/2015 - 7:11 am | View Link
Tokyo investors eye Japan, US data after volatile week The broader Topix index of all first-section shares fell 1.02 percent ... weighed by a plunge in oil prices and tepid household spending. On Wednesday, the Bank of Japan releases its closely-watched Tankan business confidence survey while investors ... 03/27/2015 - 6:36 am | View Link
European shares head for biggest weekly fall of the year “I’m not surprised that European shares are fading their gains,’’ said Gavin Friend, a strategist at National Australia Bank in London ... data released on Friday showed Japan’s core consumer price index was flat in February compared with ... 03/27/2015 - 5:31 am | View Link
Yemen weighs on world shares, data highlights Japan doldrums TOKYO (AP) — World shares were lackluster Friday ... markets in Southeast Asia were mixed. JAPAN DATA: Lackluster inflation, wages and household spending data for February are upping expectations the central bank may resort to further monetary stimulus ... 03/26/2015 - 11:40 pm | View Link
Shares in Asia gain after mixed Japan data points to easy policy Investing.com - Shares in Asia gained on Friday as investors eyed continued ... Nikkei 225 rose 0.40% at the break after a mixed set of data releases from Tokyo. In Japan on Friday, the country reported that February national core CPI (excluding ... 03/26/2015 - 8:30 pm | View Link
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The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) says a humor piece written by Lena Dunham for The New Yorker is “offensive” and “insensitive” about anti-Semitic stereotypes.
The story, “Dog or Jewish Boyfriend? A Quiz,” lists attributes of her dog, Lamby, and her boyfriend, musician Jack Antonoff. ADL National Chairman Abraham H. Foxman took issue with jokes that amounted to “stereotypes about cheap Jews” and said that the comparison “evokes memories of the ‘No Jews or Dogs Allowed’ signs from our own early history in this country.”
Dunham, whose mother is Jewish, has not yet responded, but called the story a “love letter to @jackantonoff & Lamby” earlier this week on Instagram.
The racist chant by members of a University of Oklahoma fraternity caught on video on March 7 was part of the institutional culture at the chapter, an investigation by the Office of Student Affairs at Oklahoma State University released Friday revealed.
The chant, which included at east one reference to lynching, was sung by fraternity members on a chartered bus on the way to the chapter’s annual Founder’s Day event in Oklahoma City.
The university took swift action after the video of the chant emerged, expelling two of the students caught singing it.
As leaders in the United States and Iran maintain laser focus on the ongoing nuclear negotiations, it’s valuable to take a broader look at Iran’s politics, its economy, and its relations with the United States. Here are five stats that explain everything from Iran’s goals in cyberspace to its views of Western powers.
Floyd Mayweather is always confident in his abilities, but he will still be bringing his good luck charm, Justin Bieber, with him to the ring for his May 2 bout against Manny Pacquiao.
Bieber was leaving a Hollywood bar on Thursday night when TMZ hectored him with questions about being part of the undefeated boxer’s escort to the ring and the pop star said he would be while trying to shield himself from the cameras.
The May 2 fight is expected to be the highest grossing in the history of the sport, with the gate alone reportedly bringing in $74 million.