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  • n. Plural form of newswire.


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  • While last week was all about falling pork demand and bigger than expected supplies this week's story in the newswires is a return to tight supplies.


  • The last report to hit the newswires was the Beige Book, which showed that the business conditions had improved at a modest pace. was recently trading at $78.40 per barrel, higher by $1.15.

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  • These guidelines aren’t going to “kill the press release” they are simply going to create a fundamental change in thinking that the newswires are the only vehicle to distribute that news.

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  • Mr. Sechin, who is also Russia's deputy prime minister, told Russian newswires that Rosneft was "satisfied" with BP as a parnter, and was working on a series of measures to allow it "to defend its interests."

    BP, Rosneft Look to Salvage Alliance

  • Finance Minister Alexei Kudrin on Friday said Russia would work with international law-enforcement agencies in the case of former Moscow management, Russian newswires reported.

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  • That is what newswires are for, such as AP/Reuters/AFP (as well as some local beat reporters and the like).

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  • When the newswires are holding back information, or altering information, to conform to political biases, then that is a problem and people are right to complain.

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  • The sale of a 7.6% state-held stake in OAO Sberbank, Russia's biggest lender, may not happen in 2011 because of questions about market conditions and a lack of preparation for the deal, Economy Minister Elvira Nabiullina said Monday, according to Russian newswires.

    Russia May Delay Key Asset Sale

  • As never fails when accusations of fraud hit the newswires, up has gone a cry, "Where are the regulators?"

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  • These are busy times for Emmanuel Hoog , chief executive officer of Agence France-Presse, the global newswires service.

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