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Source: Reuters

Modi's pre-election handouts to cost India billions, breach fiscal...

Friday 23:40 GMT

A series of vote-catching measures planned by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi as he braces for a difficult general election may cost more than 1 trillion rupees ($14 billion), two sources with direct knowledge of the matter said.

“We can delay the medium-term fiscal targets since we have credibility with the target by a year or two and I don’t think markets should see this adversely,” the source said.

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Source: Common Domain

Beleaguered Apple Stock Is ‘Still Not That Cheap,’ Says Analyst

Saturday 01:29 GMT

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Sacconaghi, who has a Market Perform rating and a $160 price target on Apple stock, thinks that that isn’t a risk, though he has other concerns about the company. Bernstein analyst Toni Sacconaghi wrote Friday that investors have lately wondered whether another risk–that the makers of popular software products, such as Netflix (NFLX) or “Fortnite” maker Epic Games might seek to flee the App store as part of a broader move that could endanger a valuable source of high-margin revenue–could be the “next shoe to drop.”

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Source: Fox News

Pelosi's election ‘reform’ encourages voter fraud to benefit Dems

Saturday 11:44 GMT

Requiring automatic voter registration would inject even more errors and potential for fraud into our already dubious voter rolls,. Under the Democratic bill, states would be required to offer voter registration online.

When combined with the slipshod work that prompted Galvin’s office to take over election offices in Lowell and Lawrence – cry out for remedial action,. Galvin, along with many other Democrats, may not be concerned about evidence of possible voter fraud, but MassFiscal is hoping the local U.S. Attorney’s Office and the FBI may be.


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