Romney Leads Obama in Latest Gallup Poll; It Doesn’t Matter Who Wins in the Short Run Says Gary Shilling
Follow The Daily Ticker on Facebook! Tonight President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney will meet for their third and final debate before Election Day. The latest Gallup poll has Romney leading Obama 52% to 45% among likely voters but Nate Silver , founder of the New York Times' FiveThirtyEight blog, says Gallup is the only poll showing Romney ahead
With space at such a premium, designing urban environments that encourage healthy living has not always been a priority of city planners. Andrew Jack looks at the shortlist for the healthcare category of the FT/Citi Urban Ingenuity Awards where innovation is promoting fitness and wellbeing among citizens. Related article: http://www.ft.com/reports/ingenuity For more video content from the Financial Times visit: http://www.ft.com/video http://www.FT.com/
Follow The Daily Ticker on Facebook! Of the few things that are certain in this life, getting older is one of them. And as Americans grow older and reach retirement-age, a major question for baby boomers is where to spend those so-called golden years
With cities consuming more than 60 per cent of the world's energy, meeting the ever increasing power demands will require fresh thinking.
So the financial crisis, Europe's inability to act in a big way to address its fiscal issues, and endless partisan bickering in Washington between Democrats and Republicans have prompted you to swear off stocks? Well, one school of thought argues, "Panicking never made anyone a dime." Further, "reacting" rarely results in an improvement in investment returns, hence with the above as a preface.
Fear of an impending "fiscal cliff" and a potentially drawn-out debate about raising the federal government's debt ceiling plus uncertainty about November's presidential election will lead to a 0.8 percent fall in marketing spending in 2012, Pivotal Research Group said Thursday. Advertising spending is expected to grow 2.4 percent in 2012, excluding the impact of the Olympics on national TV and political advertising on local TV, according to Brian Wieser, CFA with Pivotal Research. However, advertising spending growth would have reached 3.2 percent in 2012 were it not for the "nervousness among marketers in the period leading up to fall elections will restrain expansion because of the looming 'fiscal cliff'." That phrase refers to the end of tax cuts and automatic spending reductions that are set to occur simultaneously at yearend.
Helicopter gunships aren't the only things Russia is giving Syria; now the Kremlin is printing money for the cash-strapped Damascus regime.
Iran and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Friday resumed talks in Vienna, hoping to sort out the differences on conducting investigation into the alleged nuclear weapon program in the Islamic republic. IAEA chief inspector Herman Nackaerts and deputy director general Rafael Grossi are holding the talks with Iran's envoy to the agency, Ali Asghar Soltanieh.
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If you're watching this right now, you're probably a liar — about something.