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Walt Alexander is the editor-in-chief of Men of Value. Learn more about his vision for the online magazine for American men with the American values—faith, family & freedom—in his Welcome from the Editor.

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published Feb 19, 2018, 1:04:37 PM, by Jessica Summers (Bloomberg) — Crude climbed above $62 a barrel for the first time in more than a week as an alliance of some of the world’s largest oil producers signaled further cooperation to tighten supplies through the end of the year. Futures

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Traders Work On The Floor Of The NYSE As Stocks Rally Amid Earnings And Crude Shrugs Off China Slump
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published Feb 15, 2018, 6:30:12 AM, by Nir Kaissar (Bloomberg Gadfly) — ETF enthusiasts gathered recently in Hollywood, Florida, for the “Inside ETFs” conference, the industry’s biggest party of the year. By many accounts it was the swankiest celebration yet. And for good reason. When Inside ETFs first convened in

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published Feb 14, 2018, 11:00:00 PM, by Konrad Krasuski and Marek Strzelecki (Bloomberg) — Poland’s government is drafting a voluntary, employer-provided pension program that its author says will boost the country’s savings by 20 billion zloty ($6 billion) a year and strengthen Warsaw’s capital market. Pawel Borys, the architect of

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published Feb 18, 2018, 3:00:00 PM, by Yuji Nakamura and Hideki Sagiike (Bloomberg) — There’s a good chance your Instagram photos are making money for Japanese ball-bearings manufacturer Minebea Mitsumi Inc. The Tokyo-based company, which counts Apple Inc. as one of its main customers, makes various components used in data

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Traders Work On The Floor Of The NYSE As Stocks Rally Amid Earnings And Crude Shrugs Off China Slump
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published Feb 18, 2018, 8:25:38 PM, by Andreea Papuc (Bloomberg) — Japanese shares rose Monday as a rally in the yen paused and after U.S. equities capped their best week in five years. The dollar fell against major peers and oil climbed above $62 a barrel. Asian equities are building

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Not Everyone made the Olympic team this year, however some came back from where they started. KC Boutiette has participated in several Olympics in his early years. He qualified for trials this year, but did not make the team. 4 Olympics later and now it is time to put the

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Mitt Romney, the former Massachusetts governor and 2012 Republican presidential candidate, postponed announcing his plans for the Senate race in Utah in the wake of a deadly shooting at a Florida high school on Wednesday. “As a father and grandfather, my heart aches for the victims of today’s tragic events,”

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published Feb 15, 2018, 9:13:09 AM, by Jim Efstathiou Jr. (Bloomberg) — Americas are spending the least of their paychecks on electricity in at least 58 years as gains in energy efficiency leave more for food, vacations and gadgets. Consumer spending on electricity fell to 1.3 percent of personal consumption

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published Feb 15, 2018, 9:26:24 AM, by Zev Chafets (Bloomberg View) — After 14 months of investigation, the Israeli police have finally decided that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is a crook. That doesn’t make him guilty. The cops aren’t always right. Bibi says they are biased. Now the police report

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published Feb 14, 2018 4:24:36 PM, by Alex Nussbaum and Anders Melin (Bloomberg) — Want to make it big in the oil industry? Try getting fired by SandRidge Energy Inc. James D. Bennett, the CEO dismissed last week, left the company with a severance package worth at least $14 million,

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