British man on FBI's Most Wanted list over precious metals scam allegation in Florida – The Sun

A GLASGOW man accused of running a precious metals fraud scheme has been placed on the FBI’s “most wanted” list. James Ward, 65, is wanted for his alleged involvement in a scheme that offered investors bogus deals on precious metals in Florida between September 2007 – March 2010. FBI Ward is wanted by the FBI […]

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Find sneakers, video games, and basketball galore at the Kickz N Stickz Expo and Tournament! – whnt.com

Please enable Javascript to watch this video HUNTSVILLE, Ala. — If you like some sweet sneakers, video games, or basketball, an event coming up Sep. 8 might have something for you– because the Kickz-N-Stickz Sneaker and Video Game Expo will combine all three with the theme of basketball at the Von Braun Center. Kickz-N-Stickz is the […]

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Brit on FBI's most wanted list over alleged precious metals 'fraud … – ITV News

A British man accused of being involved in a precious metals fraud scheme in the United States has been placed on the FBI’s “most wanted” list. James Ward, 65, from Scotland, allegedly defrauded investors out of around 400,000 US dollars (£313,796) under a scheme operating in Florida from September 2007 to March 2010. The scheme […]

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Hedge Funds Turned Record Short on Metals Just Before the Rout – Yahoo Finance

Yahoo Finance Hedge Funds Turned Record Short on Metals Just Before the RoutYahoo FinanceCommodity markets have gone haywire — and hedge funds with picture-perfect timing are set to rake in stellar profits. As U.S.-China trade tensions escalated mid-June, fast-money traders flipped to a short position in metals overall, subsequently … and more » […]

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'People no longer go into antiques shops' – BBC News

Traditionally antiques dealers have been used to dealing in objects from history in a style more in tune with tradition than cutting-edge technology, but no longer. The growth of online marketplaces and rising High Street rents are pushing many out of long-established shops. After 35 years selling antique jewellery from Grays, an antiques market in […]

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'People no longer go into antiques shops' – BBC News

Traditionally antiques dealers have been used to dealing in objects from history in a style more in tune with tradition than cutting-edge technology, but no longer. The growth of online marketplaces and rising High Street rents are pushing many out of long-established shops. After 35 years selling antique jewellery from Grays, an antiques market in […]

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