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Britain’s Jaguar Land Rover taps global markets for record sales

The Jaguar logo is pictured at a Jaguar Land Rover showroom in Mumbai

The Jaguar logo is pictured at a Jaguar Land Rover showroom in Mumbai February 13, 2013. Credit: Reuters/Vivek Prakash  By Tommy Wilkes   LONDON (Reuters) – British luxury car manufacturer Jaguar Land Rover sold a record volume of vehicles last year, when rising demand in markets such as Brazil, China, India and the United States helped it boost sales by sales by 19 percent. The strong performance highlights the resurgence of the car manufacturing industry in Britain since the 2008 financial crisis, with most of the new cars sold abroad. The company, which is owned by India’s Tata Motors (TAMO.NS),…

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Analysis: Housing experts warn of hiccups as new U.S. mortgage rules go live

A view of single family homes for sale in San Marcos – U.S. banksand housing groups are bracing for paperwork headaches and delays as major post-crisis mortgage reforms take effect later this week, but experts say prior warnings of a blow to the housing recovery will not be proven right. On Friday, lenders must be prepared to verify that borrowers can repay their home loans, under rules written by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and required by the 2010 Dodd-Frank Wall Street oversight law. Banks will have to consider a list of factors that show the consumer’s financial health, including income, existing debt obligations and credit history. The reform seeks…

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La moitié des élus au Congrès américain sont millionnaires


Au moins 268 des 534 élus de la Chambre des représentants et du Sénat ont eu un revenu net d’un million de dollars ou plus en 2012, l’année de référence pour la déclaration de revenus 2013. PHOTO KAREN BLEIER, ARCHIVES AFP Agence France-Presse Washington Pour la première fois de son histoire, la moitié des élus au Congrès des États-Unis sont millionnaires et ils sont autant démocrates que républicains, indique l’analyse d’une association qui travaille sur l’influence de l’argent en politique. Au moins 268 des 534 élus de la Chambre des représentants et du Sénat ont eu un revenu net d’un million…

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Google linking of social network contacts to email raises concerns

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An illustration picture shows a Google logo with two one Euro coins, taken in Munich January 15, 2013. CREDIT: REUTERS/MICHAEL DALDER  – A new feature in Google Inc’s Gmail will result in some users receiving messages from people with whom they have not shared their email addresses, raising concerns among some privacy advocates. The change, which Google announced on Thursday, broadens the list of contacts available to Gmail users so it includes both the email addresses of their existing contacts, as well as the names of people on the Google+ social network. As a result, a person can send an email directly to friends,…

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Insight: Underfunded U.S. homeowner associations get heavy

Ingrid Boak poses in front of her now-rented home in Lexington, Kentucky

Ingrid Boak poses in front of her now-rented home in Lexington, Kentucky December 27, 2013. Credit: Reuters/Tim Webb     – For six years, Ingrid Boak, who travels a lot for work as a racehorse trainer, ignored mail from her homeowner association. Boak, of Lexington, Kentucky, says the letters were requests for $48 in annual fees for upkeep of the tidy neighborhood of one-story brick homes. Because she didn’t use the clubhouse or pool, or participate in social activities sponsored by the association, she didn’t think she needed to pay. Last September, while she was away, a neighbor called to…

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US Senate confirms Janet Yellen to lead Federal Reserve

Janet Yellen will be the first woman to lead the central bank in its 100-year history The US Senate has confirmed Janet Yellen as the next head of the US Federal Reserve. Fifty-six senators voted in favour of Ms Yellen with 26 opposed – many members of the chamber were unable to attend the vote because of bad weather. It was the last procedural hurdle for the 67-year-old before taking over from outgoing chair Ben Bernanke on 1 February. She is the first woman to lead the central bank in its 100-year history. ‘Fierce champion’ President Barack Obama welcomed the…

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Libya navy blocks oil tanker at mutinous eastern port

– Libya’s navy has blocked an oil tanker from illegally loading crude at an eastern port that has been held for months by armed protesters demanding more autonomy from Tripoli, officials said on Monday. “The navy fired warning shots to show that they were serious,” a Libyan National Oil Corp (NOC) official, who declined to be named, told Reuters. Any attempt by protesters to get oil to world markets independently would be a major escalation of their blockade that has slashed Libya’s vital oil exports. “The Libyan navy… dealt on Sunday with a Malta-flagged tanker which tried entering Es-Sider port in cooperation…

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Senate poised to confirm Yellen as Federal Reserve chair

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If confirmed, Yellen will make history by becoming the first woman to head the US central banking system Janet Yellen, President Obama’s nominee to chair the Federal Reserve, at her confirmation hearing on Nov. 14, 2013 on Capitol Hill. Alex Wong/Getty Images The Senate, which begins its 2014 session on Monday, intends to waste no time making history as it moves to approve Janet Yellen to be the first woman to head the Federal Reserve. A vote is set for 5:30 p.m. on Yellen, 67, who has been vice chair of the Fed since 2010. If confirmed, Yellen would succeed…

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Brazil World Cup: Government moves against ‘abusive’ air fares


Expansion work is underway at Sao Paulo’s biggest airport, Guarulhos Foreign airlines may be allowed to operate internal flights during this year’s football World Cup, the Brazilian president’s chief of staff, Gleisi Hoffmann, says. Ms Hoffman said President Dilma Rousseff was considering issuing a decree to open the internal market in order to prevent abusive price hikes. Brazil expects 600,000 foreign tourists to travel to the country for the event. There are huge disparities between fares charged by different companies. “We have not taken a decision as yet, but if there is abuse that is one of the measures being…

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Five things that will be cheaper in 2014

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Experts say sales aren’t yet at their best for many items Kelli B. Grant, CNBC Despite the enticing pitches — “We’re clearing out!” “Our biggest sale of the year!” “Didn’t get what you want? We can fix that!”—experts say sales aren’t yet at their best for many items. Waiting could mean better deals on purchases as varied as Caribbean cruises and winter coats. “Everything, if you can wait, will be priced better in January,” said Michelle Madhok, chief executive of sale-tracking site “Because people have access to a wider variety of items and are able to shop smarter, we’re…

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