Could The Success Of ‘It’ Movie Help Encourage Fear Of Clowns?

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Warner Bros. and New Line Cinema's "It" proved to be a box-office smash over the weekend as it opened to $123 million. Based on the acclaimed Stephen King novel of the same name, the big-screen readaptation enforced the long-existing idea that clowns are still terrifying.

Apple iPhone X vs. Samsung Galaxy S8: Comparison Of Specs, Features

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Now that Apple has officially announced the iPhone X, it’s about time for consumers to know which is better between the all-new iOS 11-running handset and Samsung’s Galaxy S8 flagship phone. Both devices are rocking edge-to-edge OLED displays, and they also seem to be very similar in more ways than one. But can Apple’s 10th anniversary iPhone hold a candle to the South Korean giant’s Android powerhouse? Let’s find out. 

Fire Ants Psoriasis Treatment: Venom May Relieve Painful Skin Disease

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Fire ants are notorious for their painful sting but the insects might also help humans — scientists say their venom could be used to treat the skin disease psoriasis. A group of researchers used the toxic parts of fire ant venom, compounds called solenopsins, to create treatments that will lower inflammation and help stop the skin from thickening, both of which are symptoms of the autoimmune disease psoriasis. The medicine derived from fire ant venom worked in mice and have potential to replace the topical steroid treatments humans currently use.

Bitcoin Is ‘Fraud,’ Cryptocurrency Bubble Will Collapse, Says JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon

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JPMorgan Chase & Co. CEO Jamie Dimon predicts government officials will shut down cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin after someone “gets killed,” adding that he would fire any “stupid” employee if they’re found to be trading bitcoin.

Dollar Trading Mixed On Light Data Day

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The dollar is turning in a mixed performance against its major rivals Tuesday afternoon. The buck is losing ground against the British pound after the bigger than expected increase in UK inflation. The data will put further pressure on the Bank of England to consider raising interest rates.

The continued lack of U.S. economic data is keeping some investors on the sidelines. Things will begin to pick up on the economic front tomorrow morning, with the release of the producer price index.

Weekly jobless claims and the consumer price index are slated for Thursday, while retail sales, industrial production and consumer sentiment are also due to be released on Friday.

The dollar rose to an early high of $1.1925 against the Euro Tuesday, but has since slipped back to around $1.1965, nearly unchanged for the day.

The buck has dropped to a 1-year low of $1.3285 against the pound sterling Tuesday afternoon, from an early high of $1.3159.

UK inflation climbed more-than-expected in August to its joint highest level in over five years, driven by strong increase in clothing and petrol prices, and added pressure on the Bank of England rate-setters to raise interest rates amid the Brexit-fueled economic uncertainty.

The consumer price index rose 2.9 percent year-on-year following 2.6 percent increase in July. Economists had forecast 2.8 percent inflation.

British house price inflation held steady in July after accelerating in the prior month, figures from the Office for National Statistics showed Tuesday. The house price index climbed 5.1 percent year-over-year in July, the same rate of rise as in June, which was revised up from a 4.9 percent increase reported earlier.

The greenback has climbed to over a 1-week high of Y110.115 against the Japanese Yen this afternoon, from an early low of Y109.283.


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Crude Oil Holds $43 On Talk Of Supply Quota Extension

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Crude oil futures continued to rise Tuesday amid hopes that OPEC can re-balance oil markets.

OPEC and its allies are discussing extending the oil production cuts that expire in March 2018 by more than three months, Bloomberg reports.

The cartel said its production fell in August, and also revised higher its global oil demand growth forecasts for this year.

Oct. WTI oil edged up by 16 cents, or 0.3%, to settle at $48.23/bbl.

The American Petroleum Institute is out with U.S. inventories data this afternoon. Traders are hoping for clarity about oil demand in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey.


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Gold Slips For Second Day As Stocks Rise

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Gold futures fell for second session Tuesday, slipping from yearly highs as stocks continued to rally.

In a quiet session devoid of first-tier economic data, Dec. gold lost $3, or 0.2%, to settle at $1,332.70/oz. Silver was flat at $17.89.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average has jumped above 22,000, denting gold's safe haven appeal.

Relief over Hurricane Irma's path and easing tensions with North Korea also hurt precious metals.


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Cassini Grand Finale: Spacecraft Does Final Flyby Of Saturn Moon Titan

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It’s a week of goodbyes for the Cassini spacecraft that’s in its final days of space exploration after nearly two decades. On Monday, the craft made its last and closest flyby of Saturn’s moon Titan, sailing just 73,974 miles above the surface of the moon.

WATCH: Group Assaults Teenager In Vicious Schoolyard Attack

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A teenage boy was transported to the hospital following a vicious schoolyard attack at the hands of fellow students. Onlookers recorded video the assault and posted the footage to Facebook, which went viral.

Why Canelo vs. GGG Will Be More Exciting Than Mayweather vs. McGregor

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The hype was overwhelming and excessive for Floyd Mayweather's Aug. 26 fight with UFC star Conor McGregor. But for boxing purists, the "superfight" would never live up to the contrived publicity. While the fight may have produced a satisfying conclusion, there were very few meaningful exchanges and damaging power punches, and as McGregor tired in the late rounds it seemed all but certain that Mayweather would finish the fight with a 10th-round stoppage. Such inevitabilities aren't expected to be on display this Saturday night.