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Washington Post BusinessNov 14, 2018
Long Island City's Amazon dilemma: How to reap rewards as area evolves
The New York neighborhood where Amazon plans to expand has been changing from a working-class area to a gentrified hot spot for the past decade. HQ2 will accelerate that trend, sparking concerns from business owners and residents.

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MarketWatch MarketPulseNov 14, 2018
Dow's 205-point drop marks longest skid for blue chips in 3 months, amid Brexit and falling bank and Apple shares
The Dow Jones Industrial Average on Wednesday finished solidly lower in a day of whipsawing action for all major indexes, buffeted by a decline in shares of financial firms, a tumble in Apple and developments tied to Britain's exit from the European Union. The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed down 205 points, or 0.8%, at 25,080, the S&P 500 index ended down 0.8% at 2,702, while the Nasdaq Composite Index closed off 0.9% at 7,136. Prime Minister Theresa May secured cabinet approval for her Brexit deal Wednesday evening, which has been a source of underlying concern for Wall Street because a disruptive exit from the EU could have negative implications for financial markets across the globe. May still has work to do to get her Brexit plan passed through Parliament. Meanwhile, a decline in shares of Apple Inc. also was in focus as the largest company by market value fell 2.8% and flirted with a descent into bear-market territory, defined as a drop of at least 20% from a recent peak. Earlier in the day, financial names dropped as Democrat Rep. Maxine Waters said she would fight back against any rollback in bank regulations. Her remarks come after the Democrats won control of the House in the midterm elections. A gauge of financial firms, the Financial Select Sector SPDR ETF, ended the session down 1.2%. Worries about trade tensions between China and the U.S. continue to run against that backdrop of concerns. In all, Wednesday's session was notable for its violent moves, with the Dow gaining as many as 214 points at the open and falling by as many as 350 points at the low. Meanwhile, crude-oil prices stabilized, halting a 12-session skid, with the downdraft in the commodity serving as a source of concern for market participants worried about signs of sluggish global growth.

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Reuters BusinessNov 14, 2018
Oil claws back after plunge, sterling rises on Brexit deal
Oil prices bounced up on Wednesday, as hopes for output cuts fueled a partial rebound from the previous session's steep decline, and the euro and sterling gained as British Prime Minister Theresa May obtained her cabinet's backing for her Brexit deal.

Google Business NewsNov 14, 2018
Stocks slide as Apple enters a bear market - Business Insider

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US equity markets fell for a fifth straight day. The major averages pared their losses after Prime Minister Theresa May said in a statement that her Cabinet backed her Brexit plan. Apple shares slid into a bear market, down more than 20% from their
Dow


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Google Business NewsNov 14, 2018
Amazon's New York Home Qualifies as 'Distressed' Under Federal Tax Law - New York Times

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There are wine bars and a cycling studio along the riverfront in Long Island City, among gleaming high-rise apartment buildings with views of Midtown Manhattan. The soon-to-open library branch is a modern art cube of concrete, the median income is ...
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The Motley FoolNov 14, 2018
Why YY, Inc. Stock Popped Today
The Chinese live-streaming specialist delivered solid third-quarter results. Here's what investors need to know.

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