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Taiwan's IT spending expected to grow over 2%: Gartner
Spending on information technology in Taiwan for 2017 is expected to grow more than 2 percent from a year earlier largely on the back of investments in communications services, according to global market information advisory firm Gartner Inc.
U.S. Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen says that the study of economics not only can help students manage their personal finances but also provide them with the skills for analytical and critical thinking needed for success later in life.
World stock markets retreated Thursday and the dollar sank, with investors deflated by a lack of economic detail from Donald Trump at his first post-election press conference.
European stocks rose Wednesday, with London striking another record pinnacle on the sliding pound and rebounding commodity prices.
Asian energy firms retreated Tuesday after a plunge in oil prices, while the pound's troubles mounted on worries about Britain's plans to leave the European Union.
The London stock market reached another record high Monday as the pound slumped to the lowest level in three months on Brexit concerns.
So maybe you shouldn't have purchased that 55-inch TV for your toddler or given a diamond incrusted collar to your corgi for Christmas.
Shares in Taiwan dropped Monday from a more than 1 percent increase seen a week earlier as smartphone camera lens supplier Largan Precision Co. (大立光) moved lower after irregularities were found in the trading of the stock, which triggered 22 brief trading suspensions during the session, dealers said.
Fluctuations in share prices of Taiwan-based smartphone camera lens supplier Largan Precision Co. (大立光) triggered a price stabilizing mechanism on the local main board Monday, leading to 22 brief trading suspensions for the stock in the morning session, according to the Taiwan Stock Exchange (TWSE).
Lobster prices high as catch drops and China imports climb
Lobster lovers are used to adjusting to high prices, but this winter, they're shelling out even more for the cherished crustaceans because of a lack of catch off of New England and Canada and heavy exports to China.
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