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The Senate on Wednesday approved a two-year budget deal, sending it to President Obama's desk and staving off the threat of a partial government shutdown. The bill cleared the Senate on a 64-36 vote. It passed despite the objections of Republican
If you have questions about the status of your tax refund, call the Department of Revenue and Taxation at 635-1817/635-1841. About $2.8 million in tax refunds are expected to be mailed out today. After those refunds are paid out, about $5.2 million
Narendra said Wednesday. "The RBI's action to pause on policy rates is a welcome and prudent move at the present juncture," Narendra said in a statement. "Money market conditions are likely to continue at the present level for the time being. The
Exchange of Thailand expects to continue to experience fluctuations as both local and foreign investors are concerned about the tapering of the United States' quantitative easing (QE) and the current political situation in Thailand. Unstable monetary
Gov. Jay Inslee on Tuesday proposed additional spending to address overcrowded prisons, prevent school dropouts and upgrade technology to aid small businesses. The supplemental budget the Democratic governor unveiled has about $200 million more in
At the closing bell, the Dow Jones Industrial Average dipped 9.70 points (0.06 per cent) to 15,874.87. The broad-based S&P 500 fell 5.57 (0.31 per cent) to 1,780.97, while the tech-rich Nasdaq Composite Index gave up 5.84 (0.14 per cent) at 4,023.68.
But time is running out on an important opportunity to help out our local schools that should not be overlooked...If you will owe income tax to the state, you can choose to give some of that money directly to a school program. Who knows where your
The bipartisan congressional budget agreement passed by the House and being debated in the Senate sets spending limits for defense and domestic programs for two years and averts a possible government shutdown in January. Endorsed by President Barack
NewsApp NewsApp (Free) Read news as it happens Available on Rediff News All News A parliamentary panel on Tuesday opposed the privatisation of six AAI-developed airports including Kolkata and Chennai, and charged the Civil Aviation Ministry
However, some believe that the Fed may begin tapering its quantitative easing program. This action would remove some liquidity from the credit markets and possibly lead to some volatility in the markets.