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MarketWatch MarketPulseFeb 22, 2018
Euro slips after ECB minutes show preference for keeping easing bias
The euro eased back on Thursday after minutes from the European Central Bank's January meeting showed officials thought inflation still is too low to tighten policy. The shared currency fell to $1.2282 after trading around $1.2293 ahead of the report. The minutes showed the policy makers thought it was "premature" to change its forward guidance at its January meeting as inflation remained too far from the ECB's target of just below 2%. However, the account also showed that the ECB could revisit its forward guidance on quantitative easing "early this year".

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Inc.comFeb 22, 2018
Steve Jobs Once Boldly Stated That 'Technology is Nothing.' Here's What He Considered More Important
In this 1994 interview with Rolling Stone, Steve Jobs showed a different side of his humanity.

Reuters BusinessFeb 22, 2018
Barclays delivers on dividend despite 2017 disappointment
LONDON (Reuters) - Barclays PLC showed its confidence in future earnings on Thursday by restoring its full dividend, despite lackluster investment banking income, restructuring costs and U.S. tax reforms hitting the bank's 2017 bottom line.

CNBC EconomyFeb 22, 2018
Fed's Bullard warns that too many rate hikes this year could slow the economy too much
Central bankers need to follow the economy, which is showing strength but still little inflation, says St. Louis Fed President James Bullard.

Fed Gives Bullish Signals on Economy (WSJ Asia)

Google Business NewsFeb 21, 2018
Bill Gates reveals the two 'crazy things' he purchased since becoming a billionaire 30 years ago - Business Insider

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Billionaire Bill Gates sat down with talk show host Ellen DeGeneres for the first time this week. Gates is the second-richest person in the world, with a net worth over $91 billion. Gates said since becoming a billionaire his two biggest purchases have
Bill Gates flunks Ellen's grocery shopping chal

Google Business NewsFeb 21, 2018
Walmart's e-commerce growth slid in Q4 - Business Insider

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Walmart reported its earnings for Q4 fiscal year 2018 (ended January 31, 2018), which showed that the retailer's US e-commerce sales grew 23% year-over-year (YoY), a significant deceleration from the previous three quarters, which saw 63%, 60%, and 50
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