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Boycotts And Buycotts: How We Use Money To Express Ourselves
Many Americans are increasingly expressing their political beliefs with their wallets. Neeru Paharia explains how we use money to tell stories about ourselves, and to ourselves.

The Troubling News Student Loan Borrowers Need To Know About
Why borrowers who thought they were eligible for this government program may no longer be.

Ontario launches guaranteed income program for 4,000 residents
The Canadian province of Ontario is set to give thousands of dollars to low-income residents to see if its improves their health and job prospects.

You can now withdraw 90% EPF to buy home, pay EMI from account
The EPFO has amended the scheme by inserting a new paragraph to the EPF Scheme, 1952, to enable a subscriber to make down payment to buy homes.

Exclusive - After Islamic State defeat, broken Iraqi farmers weigh heavy losses
By Michael Georgy and Maha El Dahan QARAQOSH, Iraq/ABU DHABI (Reuters) - Sami Yuhanna was making a decent living as a wheat farmer until a jihadist put a gun to his head and declared his land in Iraq's Nineveh province the property of Islamic State. An army offensive has cleared the militants from the eastern half of the provincial capital, Mosul, and nearby towns and villages like Qaraqosh, home to Yuhanna's fields.

Gold steady after French election, North Korea worries support
Gold steady after French election, North Korea worries support Spot gold was unchanged at $1,275 per ounce by 0115 GMT. Bullion prices fell about 0.7 percent in the previous session after touching $1,265.90, the lowest since April 11.