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Tel Aviv exchange to see largest IPO on gas field sale

The Tel Aviv Stock Exchange is about to see its largest IPO ever with the sale of part of the Tamar natural gas field by Delek Drilling.

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The Trump effect: Millionaires are more politically divided than ever

The CNBC Millionaire's Survey found that half of millionaires surveyed believe the economy will be stronger in 2017. But Democrats are more pessimistic.

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JD Power: Some work for automakers to do on advanced tech, customer education

Dave Sargent, J.D. Power vice president of global automotive research, breaks down the results of his company's new vehicle quality survey showing that reliability is at its highest level ever.

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New vehicle reliability hits record high but driver-assist features struggle

The initial quality of vehicles is better than ever, according to J.D. Power and Associates annual survey of new vehicle owners.

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GOP's Karen Handel wins most expensive House race ever, dashing Democrat upset hopes

Republican Karen Handel beats Democrat Jon Ossoff in Georgia special congressional election.

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GOP's Karen Handel wins most expensive House race ever, dashing Democrat upset hopes

The Georgia 6th District House election drew national attention and record cash from around the country.

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Plane makers turn focus to 3D printing

3D printing is making more parts for new commercial airplanes than ever before.

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China MSCI inclusion more likely now: Expert

Indications from the MSCI reflect that A-share inclusion is "more likely now than it ever has been," says Douglas Morton, Northern Trust Capital Markets.

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Rockefeller Emerald could become most expensive ever sold at auction

The 18.04-carat gem once owned by the Rockefeller family could sell for $4 to $6 million or more at Christie's.

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Why the UK is worried about a Conservative-DUP deal

British Prime Minister Theresa May is drawing ever-closer to striking a deal with Northern Ireland’s Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) which will enable her to form a parliamentary majority and remain at the helm of the government. What does this mean for British politics?

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