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Losing an iPhone and shopping for a replacement led one of our experts to discover that he could pay $300 a year for a cell-phone plan—instead of the $1,300 he was paying with AT&T. If you could save $1,000 a year on your phone bill, would you switch to a smaller carrier?

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Argentina’s central bank raises floor on its benchmark interest rate to 78% for the rest of September

Some of #SaudiArabia 's customers in Asia are getting more clarity regarding supply commitments, following drone attacks on Aramco#oil  facilities Saturday | #crudeoil  #OOTT  ➡️ Japanese refiners to get full Oct term Saudi crude nominations: PAJ chief |

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Germany has kept net new borrowing at zero over the last five years

#Google is also expanding its Google Pay payment app which already has 67 million users and has done transactions worth $110 billion so far to include a new app for Business. #GoogleForIndiaForIndia 

Chinese property developers'most dangerous liabilities aren't owed to banks or offshore bondholders. They're owed to millions of middle class households. Developers have pre-sold 1.28bn sqm of housing in the last year, more than twice what they've built.

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NEWS: The Female Innovators Lab, our new partnership with @anthemis , based in New York, has been set up to offer “resources, capital, expertise and networks” to female entrepreneurs.

The work stoppage is already the longest nationwide strike against GM since the 1970s; ‘like we’re making history’

Brexit has cost London just 1,000 investment bank jobs so far, according to a study

“We are really dealing with a very dramatic threat not only to the future of the planet but to the planet today.” UN Secretary-General@antonioguterres  outlines the risks we face from climate change #CoveringClimateNow 

➡️ India's state-run refineries assured of 'uninterrupted' Saudi supplies in October | ➡️ Three state-run Chinese refineries face delays in Saudi crude shipments in Q4 |

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