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Still Iran demonstrated considerable resilience and ingenuity in coping with earlier international sanctions and there is little to suggest Tehran could not do this again Still Iran demonstrated considerable resilience and ingenuity in coping with earlier international sanctions and there is little to suggest Tehran could not do this again PositiveIran is likely to ride out the storm from U.S. oil sanctions suffering recession but no economic meltdown thanks to rising crude prices and deepening divisions between the United States and other major powers officials and analysts say http://www.reuters.com/subjects/middle-easthttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-iran-economy-sanctions-analysis/irans-economy-to-suffer-but-likely-ride-out-u-s-sanctions-storm-idUSKBN1ND2C82018-11-09
Serena Zhou China economist with Mizuho Securities in Hong Kong said drop in loans from September did not suggest significant change in policy direction Serena Zhou China economist with Mizuho Securities in Hong Kong said the drop in loans from September did not suggest a significant change in policy direction NegativeBEIJING New banks loans in China likely fell in October due to a seasonal lull but were still well ahead of historical trends as policymakers urge lenders to keep cashstarved firms afloat as the economy slows a Reuters poll showed http://www.reuters.com/places/chinahttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-china-economy-loans/chinas-october-new-loans-seen-lower-but-credit-easing-on-track-reuters-poll-idUSKCN1ND1562018-11-09





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Early investigations suggest herd was being chased by lions and ran into river say Early investigations suggest the herd was being chased by lions and ran into the river say Botswana authorities NegativeHundreds of buffaloes have drowned in a river on the border between Botswana and Namibia. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-africa-461363382018-11-09





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Statistics suggest that Slovaks spend most on meat followed by milk cheese and eggs and bread and cereals Statistics suggest that Slovaks spend the most on meat followed by milk cheese and eggs and bread and cereals NegativeThe average Slovak spent last year to purchase food and nonalcoholic beverages https://spectator.sme.sk/c/20956116/how-much-do-slovaks-spend-on-food.html2018-11-09