U.S. stocks climb amid news of probe into Pakistani ISI

NEW YORK — U.S., U.K. stocks climbed as a new wave of news about the Pakistani government’s suspected role in the November 15 terror attacks on U.R.E. and the U.N. began to surface.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 2.6% on Friday to 23,735.

The S&P 500 rose 1.3% to 2,965.

The Nasdaq Composite rose 3.1% to 4,929.

The U.T.O. index jumped 7.5% to 9,569.

The European composite rose 2% to 5,931.

The S&P 500 is up 7.2% to 3,636.

The Dow is up 2%.

The Nasdaq is up 5.7% to 16,086.

The Russell 2000 is up 6.7%.

The Dow is down 0.3%.

The SAC is up 0.1%.

The Russell 2000 lost 3.5%.

The FTSE is up 1.4%.

The SPX is up 4.7%, the Nasdaq 500 is down 4.2%.

The WTI is up 16.3%, the S&p 500 is back up 11.5%, the Russell 2000 has jumped 18.4%, the Dow is back 8.9%, the FTSe is up 15.4% and the Nasional is up 14.1.

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Star newspaper reports on $1bn windfall in shares to pay off debts

NEW YORK, NY–(Marketwired – Feb 07, 2017) – A Star newspaper reported Wednesday that its stock has received a $1 billion windfall from a sale of its newspaper business.

The New York Post reported that the sale is in addition to a $5.6 million purchase in January.

The paper has seen its market value plummet since the sale of The Star in October of last year, falling by as much as $200 million.

The sale of the newspaper, which was a joint venture of The Post and Star, is the second such sale in recent months.

The Star’s owner, the New York-based Tribune Company, also announced plans to sell The Star earlier this month.

The paper’s stock is up about 70% in 2017 from its December 2016 value, according to a company filing.

The Star is in the process of relocating to a new building and will be renamed The Star Times.

The newspaper has struggled financially since The Star sold its ownership in February 2016, posting a loss of nearly $3 million in 2016.

Star had previously said it was closing the paper and selling the newspaper business to Tribune in December.

The sale price is a fraction of the paper’s current market value, but it is likely to bring the paper closer to profitability.

It also will likely result in the paper getting some help from the federal government’s Troubled Asset Relief Program.

The TARP program is designed to help distressed newspaper companies.

Mexican newspaper: US to start ‘secret, unconstitutional military operation’ in Mexico

The New Mexico State University’s newspaper, the New Mexican, reported Monday that the United States will begin “secret, illegal military operations” in Mexico’s border state of Tamaulipas, where authorities have detained tens of thousands of people and detained thousands of families in a crackdown that began in January.

“The United States of America has launched secret, unconstitutional, and unconstitutional military operations in Mexico,” the New Mexico Union of Public Employees said in a statement Monday.

“The U.S. has targeted, arrested, detained, and tortured hundreds of thousands, and continues to do so.”

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What is the Oregonian’s newest title?

With the start of the 2016 NBA season just a week away, the Oregon newspaper has just launched a brand new sports title.

The Oregonian will be releasing an article every week that covers the state of Oregon, its citizens, and the people who live and work here.

Oregonians will find out more about the new title in the coming days.

We’ve reached out to the Oregon Newspaper Association for comment and will update when we hear back.