SWB/Today’s Conversations: NEW HIGHS AGAIN IN MARKETS; Mexico Earthquake; Maria; Minimalist Design


BREAKFAST talk 

ZUCCHINI, ONION AND FETA CHEESE OMELET 


NEWS


WORLD

Mexico earthquake: Children killed at collapsed primary school

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HEADLINES

WSJ

U.S. Demands Changes to Iran Nuclear Deal, Tillerson Says

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REUTERS

Fed keeps rates steady, approves portfolio cuts in October

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BLOOMBERG

Vanguard Warns of Decade of Muted Returns Despite Strong Growth

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BBC

Hurricane Maria: Whole of Puerto Rico without power

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THE GUARDIAN

Hurricane Maria: Donald Trump urged to declare Puerto Rico a disaster zone – latest updates

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POLITICS

Senate GOP aims to vote next week on ObamaCare repeal

THE HILL

Trump rebounds after polling slide

POLITICO


MARKETS

Dow, S&P 500 Set New Records as Fed Moves to Unwind Balance Sheet

The Dow Jones Industrial Average and the S&P 500 climbed 0.19% and 0.06%, respectively, to close at new records. The Nasdaq fell short of its own all-time high after clearing that bar a day earlier.

THE STREET


  • OIL

U.S. CRUDE FUTURES EXTEND GAINS, RISE BY $1 TO A SESSION HIGH OF $50.65 A BARREL

CNBC


  • INVESTING

Stocks Face “Nasty Shock” From Fed-Created Bubble

INVESTOPEDIA


SECTORS

  • TECH

Silicon Valley billionaire investor Peter Thiel may be in line for a top intelligence job in the White House

TECH INSIDER


  • REAL ESTATE

Can This 1 Trick Save 40% On Your Rent?

RentHop analyzed apartment rentals across nine major metropolitan areas in the United States, including Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Washington, D.C., Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, New York City and San Francisco.

FORBES


  • RETAIL

These $500 high-fashion sneakers are the ultimate status symbol for top tech CEOs

TECH INSIDER


 INSPIRED


STARTUP/OVER

Why You Don’t Need an Email List to Start a Business

Image credit: Marc Romanelli | Getty Images

An email list can be a great way to keep in touch with your sales leads, but there are other strategies and methods that can help your startup make it through the first five yearswhen approximately half of all new businesses fail.

ENTREPRENEUR


PERSONAL ECONOMY

9 Timeless Habits You’ll Find in the Happiest People

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When we experience some sort of trauma from a failed business, marriage, or other personal tragedy, the most resilient people recover by reinventing themselves.

9 Habits to Get and Keep You There:

INC


 LIFESTYLE


 DIY HOME

This Minimalist New York Apartment Will Make You Want to Customize Everything

 

The wide-open kitchen presented a challenge: every aspect could be viewed from all angles; there were no walls to hide behind. So, Roberts got creative. “We embedded the marble backsplash into the walls instead of applying it to the walls; we added plaster and sheetrock around it,” she says.

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SWB LIFE – ART

The self-taught Spanish painter and sculptor that has taken London, and Salamanca, by storm

The Catalan artist Miquel Barceló wasn’t well known to Londoners until this summer, when a 7.5-metre-high bronze elephant suddenly appeared in Regent’s Park.  If it’s piqued your interest in more than a social media way, then it’s time to head for Salamanca, the exquisite Renaissance Spanish city, that for one more month is celebrating Barceló’s work in a wide-ranging way,

THE TELEGRAPH 


FALL COCKTAIL hour

CYNAR :HOW TO SAY IT, HOW TO DRINK IT

 The liqueur, pronounced “CHEE-nahr,” is a staple of Italian after-dinner culture, and there’s a lot to know about its deep, dark, sweetly bitter taste.

Venetian entrepreneur and philanthropist Angelo Dalle Molle invented it in Italy in 1952, packaging it with the slogan “Cynar, against the stress of modern life.” (The father of six children by six women, Angelo probably knew what he was talking about.)

RECIPE for Perfect Pal


edgy, controversial, fun talk – dog stories

Talking To Your Pets Is a Sign of Intelligence, According to Science

T&C


Dogs Can Catch Their Owner’s Bad Moods, Research Reveals

T & C


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SMARTWOMENBIZ.

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