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FEB 06, 2016 - Huffington Post

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Hillary Clinton Pledges Not To Cut Social Security Benefits

Hillary Clinton promised on Friday that she would not cut Social Security benefits, winning praise from progressive groups that had pressured her to take such a stance -- but drawing questions from Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), who challenged her commitment to the issue. "I won't cut Social Security," Clinton wrote in an initialed tweet that included a link to her campaign website’s Social Security page. ...

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FEB 06, 2016 - Zero Hedge

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Is This How The Smart Money Is Betting On A Market Crash?

Instead of allocating capital to expensive tail risk bets on direct asset class collapse (in equities, credit, and commodities), it appears, just as we detailed previously, the 'smartest money in the room' is "betting" indirectly on a stock market crash through eurodollar options.   As we previously detailed, the costs of tail risk protection in credit and equity markets are ...

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FEB 03, 2016 - St. Louis Post-Dispatch

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Greek journalists strike as part of anti-bailout action

ATHENS, Greece (AP) — Greek journalists walked off the job Wednesday ahead of a general strike set to disrupt services across the country to protest pension reforms that are part of the countr…

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JAN 26, 2016 - Business Insider

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Financial Times journalists want to strike over a multimillion 'pensions robbery' after Nikkei bought the company for $1.3 billion

Journalists at the Financial Times appear to be getting ready to strike over a pensions dispute. A report from the National Union of Journalists (NUJ) suggests the disagreement stems from "management's refusal to honor pension commitments" to the tune of about $5.7 million (£4 million) at the FT, after the publication was bought by Nikkei. Nikkei, a Japanese financial news ...

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JAN 26, 2016 - TheStreet

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More Wild Swings for Stocks as Oil Dictates Direction

Wall Street saw another day of big moves, but this time it was in investors' favor. Markets climbed on Tuesday as a rebound in crude oil dictated market direction again.  The S&P 500 was up 1.3%, the Dow Jones Industrial Average added 1.6%, or 281 points, and the Nasdaq gained 1.2%. The S&P 500 remains in correction territory, though, having fallen ...

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