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Seoul shares open higher ahead of Fed meeting, earnings reports (

LR: 3 CP: 3 - South Korean stocks opened slightly higher Tuesday, tracking overnight Wall Street gains, as investors are awaiting quarterly earnings reports by major companies and the rate-setting meeting in the United States. The benchmark Korea Composite Stock Price Index added 2.79 points, or 0.11 percent, to 2,631.32 in the...

S. Korea's economy grows 0.6% on-quarter in Q2: BOK data (

LR: 3 CP: 3 - South Korea's economy grew at a slightly faster pace in the second quarter of this year than three months earlier despite a slump in exports, central bank data showed Tuesday. The country's real gross domestic product -- a key measure of economic growth -- increased 0.6 percent on-quarter in the April-June period,...

Housing Is a Human Right—We Need to Recognize It as Such - Truthdig (

LR: 1 CP: 1 - In the wealthiest country on the planet, too many people still lack access to housing. The pandemic revealed the full extent of the U.S. housing crisis. Where were the roughly 580,000 people living unhoused in 2020 to go under “stay at home” orders? And what about those facing eviction? At the same time, the...

Biden’s Exclusionary ‘Liberal World Order’ (

LR: 3 CP: 1 - The rules of post-war Western economic development were premised on Washington's domination and hierarchy, writes Anthony Pahnke. This is the history the U.S. president's industrial policies repeat. By Anthony Pahnke Common Dreams Pundits are struggling to comprehend President Joe Biden’s...

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