Stocks Drift Lower as ECB Meeting Looms; GE Jumps on JPMorgan Upgrade – TheStreet.com

  1. Stocks Drift Lower as ECB Meeting Looms; GE Jumps on JPMorgan Upgrade  TheStreet.com
  2. ECB announces the end of crisis-era stimulus, switches to reinvestments  CNBC
  3. What comes after the ECB’s money presses stop?  Reuters
  4. ECB to Lower 2019 Inflation Forecast as Bond-Buying Ends  Bloomberg
  5. EUR/USD has room to rise ahead of the ECB meeting – Confluence Detector  FXStreet
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College Football Playoff Rankings: UCF jumps Ohio State, moves to No. 9 as top eight holds

  1. College Football Playoff Rankings: UCF jumps Ohio State, moves to No. 9 as top eight holds  CBSSports.com
  2. What the CFP and New Year’s Six would look like if they were played today  ESPN
  3. College Football Playoff rankings: Alabama No. 1, UCF jumps Ohio State in new poll  NCAA.com
  4. PodcastOne: AP Top 25 College Football Podcast  PodcastOne
  5. The four key questions that could decide the College Football Playoff field  Washington Post
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Drivers for Uber, Lyft see incomes fall as participation jumps

Drivers for Uber, Lyft see incomes fall as participation jumpsDrivers for Uber, Lyft and other US ridesharing services have seen their incomes fall by half in recent years as more people get behind the wheel, according to a study released Monday. The report by US banking giant JPMorgan Chase, based on deposits received by the bank, offers a sobering note on the so-called platform or “gig” economy, although it left a number of questions unanswered.


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Brent oil jumps to four-year high near $81

Brent oil jumps to four-year high near $81Brent oil soared Monday close to $81, reaching the highest level since November 2014 after OPEC and other global producers snubbed pressure from US President Donald Trump to dampen prices. Oil leapt after the world’s top producers decided to maintain output during a meeting in Algeria at the weekend. A committee comprised of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) cartel and non-OPEC producers said it was satisfied with the current market outlook, which represented “an overall healthy balance between supply and demand”.


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