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More students are crowdfunding college tuition

When the desire to go to college exceeds your ability to pay for it, you need to get creative. For a growing number of students, that means asking others for help through crowdfunding. Educational funding is one of the most popular categories on the popular crowdfunding site GoFundMe. So far this year, about 130,000 educational GoFundMe accounts have been created, raising a total of more than ...
Source: NBC News | By: Herb Weisbaum
Rate hike on the way? What to expect from the Fed  

Media Link Transcript It's the Fed of the last all the Greenspan Fed's started the asset dependent economy. And we're stuck in this cycle where once asset prices start to revert to a mean. That has economic implications and I believe it's gonna have the same thing again and if the stock market continues to fall. We'll have to at least seen our consumer spending numbers immediately get impacted ...
Source: CNBC.com
Blame the beach for this trading pattern

If you've wondered why trading during volatile periods like this seems unusually concentrated in the "FANG" stocks (Facebook (NASDAQ: FB), Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN), Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX) and Google (NASDAQ: GOOGL)) and other big favorites like Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL), you can blame the beach. Remember that it's August and a lot of people are on vacation. They're not sitting at their Bloomberg ...
Source: CNBC.com | By: Carol Roth
Dycom Industries tops Street 4Q forecasts

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. (AP) _ Dycom Industries Inc. (DY) on Tuesday reported fiscal fourth-quarter earnings of $33.8 million. The Palm Beach Gardens, Florida-based company said it had profit of 97 cents per share. The results beat Wall Street expectations. The average estimate of seven analysts surveyed by Zacks Investment Research was for earnings of 83 cents per share. The provider of ...
Source: The Associated Press
COLUMN-The 21 commodities that say China isn't the problem: Russell

--Clyde Russell is a Reuters columnist. The views expressed are his own.-- By Clyde Russell LAUNCESTON, Australia, Aug 25 (Reuters) - One of the reasons advanced for the plunge in commodity prices is concern over the outlook for Chinese demand for raw materials as growth slows in the world's second-largest economy. But these are fears not necessarily in evidence, as can be seen by trawling ...
Source: Reuters
30 year perspective on dramatic correction: Pro  

Media Link Transcript I don't know I caught a financial panic and the reason I say that is because in a look at the relative strength indices whether it's on the bond market or the stock market. Of the financials other commercial banks the regional banks they're not breaking down. So look we're seeing a very dramatic that correction right now. You know we've had that is the fifteenth. 5% plus ...
Source: CNBC.com
Apple tips off tech tumble  

Media Link Transcript Look I I think the investor it is reluctant. From investors is that the people are worried about China apple gets about 25% of its revenues from China. And there's been increasing unease about. Deal brought Chinese economy we've seen other. Premium good men. Manufactures starting report weakness in China I think investors extrapolate that. Apple also coming offered ...
Source: CNBC.com
How FGVH copes with weak ringgit, palm oil price  

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Source: CNBC.com
GRAINS-Soy stuck at 6-year low on U.S. rain, corn stays firm

* Soy down for 3rd day as widespread rains aid U.S. crop * Commodity slide also weighs on oilseed markets * Corn near one-week high on mixed crop tour yields * Wheat holds at $5 as corn, dollar offset global supply (Updates with European trading, changes byline/dateline) PARIS/SINGAPORE, Aug 20 (Reuters) - U.S. soybean futures slid for a third consecutive session on Thursday as widespread rain ...
Source: Reuters | By: Gus Trompiz and Naveen Thukral
UPDATE 1-Indonesia's infrastructure promises fail the chilli challenge

* Fresh chillies on most Indonesian dinner tables * Wild price fluctuations hit chillies and other staples * Poor infrastructure blamed for price swings, spoilage * Promised infrastructure investment not yet delivered * Govt self-sufficiency goal also hits food prices (Adds TV link) SUKABUMI, Indonesia, Aug 20 (Reuters) - Poor infrastructure makes stable pricing difficult at the best of times ...
Source: Reuters | By: Michael Taylor and Bernadette Christina