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Weak Indian demand drags March services growth to six-month low: PMI
India’s dominant services industry last month grew at its slowest pace since September, hampered by a weaker expansion in domestic demand that dragged the pace of hiring to a six-month low, a private survey showed.
Iran currency at a record low
Iran’s currency plunged to another record low on Sunday, dropping past 100,000 rials to the US dollar following US decision to reimpose sanctions against Tehran after unilateral withdrawal from the Iran nuclear deal in May.
South Korea oil imports from Iran at 2-year low
The latest market figures show that South Korea’s imports of crude oil from Iran in May fell to the lowest level over the past two years.
Low-cost wearable tech
Researchers from the FAMU-FSU College of Engineering developed a class of breakthrough motion sensors that could herald a near future of ubiquitous, fully integrated and affordable wearable technology.
I found ‘enjoyment’ again, says Low after thrashing of Norway
Germany coach Joachim Low admitted his side's 6-0 victory over Norway allowed him to find enjoyment in football again after the shameful scenes in Prague last week.
Health myths
A low-salt diet doesn’t protect against high blood pressure, latest research showed.
Trump's approval rating falls to 42%, a new low
A new opinion poll shows US president Donald Trump continues to suffer the lowest approval rating among any modern American president in their first four months in office.
Low-dose aspirin may lower risk for most common type of breast cancer
Score yet another point for low-dose aspirin: Regularly taking ‘baby’ aspirin appears to protect women from the most common type of breast cancer, new research suggested.
Estimates of emissions from natural gas-fueled plants much too low
Power plants that burn natural gas produce significantly less pollutants and greenhouse gases than coal-burning plants, according to current estimates of how much methane escapes from such power plants, as well as from oil refineries, and estimates could be off by a wide margin, a new Purdue University study found.
Merkel: Euro is too low for Germany
German Chancellor Angela Merkel suggested that the euro was too low for Germany but made clear that Berlin had no power to address this ‘problem’ because monetary policy was set by the independent European Central Bank (ECB).
Low-fat meal may boost costly cancer drug
Eating a low-fat meal when taking an expensive prostate cancer drug can cut the cost of the drug by three-quarters, a new study indicated.
Iran’s currency hits record low
Iran’s rial hit a record low against the US dollar as it broke the 41,500-rial threshold in Tehran’s market on Monday.
Rial hits fresh record low
Iran's currency plummeted to new lows against the dollar on Sunday, continuing a six-month decline that has seen the rial lose some 19 percent of its value despite the lifting of sanctions.
Low-carb meals, timing of exercise may aid metabolism
Eating low-carbohydrate meals may lead to healthy changes in a woman's metabolism that don't occur when consuming higher-carbohydrate meals, a small study suggested.
Low vitamin D may raise bladder cancer risk
Low vitamin D levels may increase the risk of bladder cancer, researchers report.

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