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Apple touches record as brokerages bullish on iPhone X demand

AIPX-1Several analysts downplayed concerns about Apple Inc’s iPhone X production issues and were bullish on demand and sales, pushing the company’s shares to a record on Monday.

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US economy grows faster than expected in third quarter

Economy-us-a1The US economy expanded at an annual pace of 3% during the three months to the end of September, which was stronger than expected.

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Senate GOP moves to repeal consumer rule

Pence-VPWASHINGTON (AP) -- The Republican-led Senate narrowly voted Tuesday to repeal a banking rule that would let consumers band together to sue their bank or credit card company to resolve financial disputes.

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World Bank loan terms for rebuilding Barbuda not in best interest of island — Browne

Bar-HitThe Antigua and Barbuda Government says it wants to renegotiate a US$40-million loan which the World Bank had approved for rebuilding Barbuda that was severely damaged by Hurricane Irma last month.

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Jamaica to benefit from US$7.52-m grant funding

Grant-FundingJamaica is set to benefit from an initial US$7.52 million in grant funding under the ninth cycle of the Caribbean Development Bank's (CDB) Basic Needs Trust Fund (BNTF 9).

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  • Grenada revising laptop initiative for schools ST GEORGE'S, Grenada (CMC) — The Grenada government says it has learnt from the mistakes made by other Caribbean countries in the implementation of laptops and tablet to students.
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