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REFILE-N.Korea govt took 70 pct of money paid for Kaesong workers - S.Korea

SEOUL, Feb 14- South Korea said on Sunday 70 percent of the U.S. dollars paid as wages and other fees for the now-suspended Kaesong industrial project run jointly with the North had been diverted for use in Pyongyang's weapons program and luxury goods for its leader. South Korea on Wednesday suspended the project as punishment for the North's long-range rocket...
Source: Reuters
N.Korea gov't took 70 pct of money paid for Kaesong workers - S.Korea

SEOUL, Feb 14- South Korea said on Sunday 70 percent of the U.S. dollars paid as wages and other fees for the now-suspended Kaesong industrial project run jointly with the North had been diverted for use in Pyongyang's weapons programme and luxury goods for its leader. South Korea on Wednesday suspended the project as punishment for the North's long-range...
Source: Reuters
Reality tempers optimism in coal country after court ruling

MADISON, W.Va.— The U.S. Supreme Court has delivered a commodity that is hard to come by in coal country: hope. For the long-suffering communities that depend on coal, last week's Supreme Court ruling was seen as a rare victory. To Joshua Johnson, 29, the Supreme Court's ruling was as welcome to him as a sunny day in spring in southern West Virginia.
Source: The Associated Press | By: By JOHN RABY and MATTHEW BROWN, Associated Press
Ex-Fed pres: This bear market belongs to the Fed

Former Dallas Fed President Robert McTeer says that The Fed acted too late in raising interest rates.
Source: CNBC.com | By: Brian Price
REFILE-UPDATE 1-Billionaire Vekselberg says may be buyer in Russia's privatisation

Vekselberg is one of Russia's richest men. MUNICH/ MOSCOW, Feb 13- Billionaire Viktor Vekselberg said on Saturday he might buy stakes in some of Russia's miners when they come up for sale, the first oligarch to officially declare in interest in the country's new privatisation drive. Vekselberg, one of Russia's richest men with assets ranging from construction to...
Source: Reuters
UPDATE 1-Billionaire Vekselberg say may be buyer in Russia's privatisation

*Vekselberg is one of Russia's richest men. MUNICH/ MOSCOW, Feb 13- Billionaire Viktor Vekselberg said on Saturday he might buy stakes in some of Russia's miners when they come up for sale, the first oligarch to officially declare in interest in the country's new privatisation drive. Vekselberg, one of Russia's richest men with assets ranging from construction to...
Source: Reuters | By: Denis Dyomkin and Lidia Kelly
Russia casts doubt on Syria ceasefire deal

Russia said a ceasefire deal for Syria agreed by major powers was more likely to fail than succeed.
Source: Reuters
Drop in bank shares overdone: BoJ's Nakaso

The Bank of Japan designed its new negative interest rates to avoid hurting bank profits, the BOJ's deputy governor says.
Source: Reuters
Message matters: Trump won, Yellen didn't - Kudlow

A lesson in the two biggest news events of the past week.
Source: CNBC.com | By: Larry Kudlow
Obama to push trade agenda at summit with Southeast Asia

MANILA, Philippines— A summit next week between Southeast Asian leaders and President Barack Obama is unlikely to deliver any big economic prizes, but will allow the American side to press the advantages of joining a Pacific trade pact that doesn't include China. "We are going to be engaged in Southeast Asia, we're going to be engaged in working with the nations of...
Source: The Associated Press | By: By TERESA CEROJANO, Associated Press