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Recycling the same old, same old
... milestone - and if you believe Putin's gone an inch away from the Ukrainian border. To quote former US President George W Bush again, "... fool me once, shame on, shame on you. Fool me, you can't get fooled again" because "I know the human being and ...
Political punch trading greatest risk to US economy
... & Poor's cut the US's coveted AAA credit rating. With the election thought to be one of closest contests since George W Bush beat Al Gore in 2000, many political commentators fear that should Obama win, he will face running the country again with the ...
Poisoned chalice awaits next US president
... candidates rounding the final corner of their respective campaign races in what might be the closest election since George W Bush fended off Al Gore without a popular majority, the investment world is watching closely, trying to determine which stocks ...
India to ban food futures
... illustrates how seriously the now much reported global food shortage is being viewed. Last Friday US president George W Bush called on Congress to give an extra $800 million to the UN World Food Program to help them buy much needed food stocks to help ...
Market Wrap - Midday
AAP  |  MONDAY, 21 JAN 2008
... US on Friday, multi-billion-dollar losses announced by major banks earlier in the week overshadowed US President George W Bush's outline of a $US150 billion economic stimulus plan. The Dow Jones industrial average lost 59.91 points to 12,099.30. There ...
Australian dollar surges after US election result
AAP  |  THURSDAY, 4 NOV 2004
... Australian dollar shot up over one US cent to hit six and half month highs in early morning trade, after US president George W Bush was reelected for a second four-year term. At 0700 AEDT the local currency was at $US0.7555/58, compared to yesterday's ...
Market Wrap
AAP  |  THURSDAY, 4 NOV 2004
The Australian share market is expected to open firmer today as US President George W Bush was re-elected for another four year term overnight, boosting offshore markets. The December share price index - a key measure of trading for the day ahead - ...
Bush renominates Alan Greenspan as Fed chairman
President George W Bush renominated Alan Greenspan as chairman of the Federal Reserve overnight, praising his leadership and sending a strong signal of stability to financial markets. The nomination was announced as Greenspan met at the White House ...
Australia looks for free trade deal with US; Thailand deal announced
AAP  |  MONDAY, 20 OCT 2003
Australian business is hoping US President George W Bush will commit to a free trade agreement between America and Australia when he addresses federal parliament on Thursday. "We will be looking to President Bush to signal that the final stages of the ...
Morning Market Wrap: Market to ease on flat lead from US
... high on the TOPIX index, as investors took profits on bank and real-estate shares ahead of corporate earnings and George W Bush's visit to Japan. The Nikkei average ended down 0.61 per cent or 66.48 points at 10,899.95. All Ordinaries 3291.9 +0 NASDAQ ...
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