Stock traders cheer on Bannon exit

Stock traders cheer on Bannon exit

US stocks regained ground on Friday, after it was confirmed President Donald Trump’s polarising adviser Steve Bannon would depart the White House. Three major indexes turned higher in mid-morning trading and were modestly up by early afternoon. Mr Bannon, a right-wing nationalist, helped shape the “America First” message of Mr Trump’s election campaign. He also supported some of Mr Trump’s more radical economic positions. In a recent interview with the left-leaning American Prospect magazine, Mr Bannon said the US was in an “economic war” with China, and called for aggressive…

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10 monsoon foods that you need to stock up on

10 monsoon foods that you need to stock up on

With the monsoon upon us for the next three months, some food items are best avoidable such as seafood and leafy vegetables. However, the season also brings with it a basket of superfoods that offer a range of health benefits. Here’s a list GREEN TEA It’s best to substitute the sugary, milky chai and switch to green tea during the rainy season. The health benefits of green tea (brain function, fat loss, a lower risk of cancer) are well-documented. This is a great time for you to incorporate it into…

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Apple Could Soon Finally Allow iPhone, iPad Users to Hide Stock Apps

Apple Could Soon Finally Allow iPhone, iPad Users to Hide Stock Apps

Most iPhone and iPad users, if not all, have a folder on their home screen that reads something like this: “Apple apps,” “junk,” or “useless.” This folder usually contains Apple-made stock apps such as Compass, Calculator, Stocks, Find my iPhone, Voice Memos, Apple Watch, and Weather. For years,Apple has been criticised for not giving users the ability to remove or hide these stock apps, and it appears, the company plans to give its customers some flexibility with the next version of iOS. Folks at AppAdvice looked into the metadata of…

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