Author: PetaBlair

Personal saving rate in the United States from November 2013 to November 2015

The statistic presents the personal saving rate in the United States from November 2013 to November 2015. Personal saving rate is calculated as the ratio of personal saving to disposable personal income. In November 2015, the personal saving rate in the United States amounted to 5.5 percent. Personal savings – additional information Saving refers to strategies of accumulating capital for future use by either not spending a part of one’s income or cutting down on certain costs.According to a recent survey carried out by T. Rowe Price in January 2015, over 40 percent of parents in the United States...

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Iran conducts ‘provocative’ live rocket tests near US ships

In the Strait of Hormuz, navy of Iran conducted rocket tests near US warships last week and other commercial vessels, said the American military. The tests frighten to generate new tensions following their landmark nuclear deal between the 2 nations. Kyle Raines spokesman of the US military said that Iran fired many unguided rockets of 1,370m (1,500 yards) from a French frigate and 2 vessels of US. The tests were having strong reactions, said Cmdr Raines. The Strait of Hormuz, a narrow waterway between Oman and Iran, which provides about a 3rd of oil trading by sea. It was...

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England beat South Africa in first Test in Durban by 241 runs

South Africa lost 4 wickets for 7 runs in the 1st 9 overs, but resumed on one thirty six-four in search of a distant four hundred and sixteen. Moeen Ali gets rid of danger man AB de Villiers with the 3rd ball and Steven Finn completed by 4-42 as the hosts were all out before lunch for 174. In Cape Town, the 2nd of the four-match series begins, on Saturday. Alastair Cook, captain of the England said that the lads had played really nice. It was not easy to bat but Nick Compton played in such a way, after getting out of...

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Motorist Dies in Collision With 4 Secret Service Agents

A motorist died recently, when his car hit by another vehicle. According to the Wakefield Police Department, the vehicle was carrying 4 Secret Service Agents in Wakefield, New Hampshire. A Ford Taurus that was travelling to southbound on Route sixteen, found by officers, carrying the special agents which were on-duty. All agents had transferred to a hospital named, Frisbie Memorial Hospital for their treatment, said Chief Kenneth Fifield of Wakefield Police, in his statement. The names of agents still have not released. This mishap occurred today around 7 p.m. Secret Service officials said in their statement that the injuries can described as non-life-threatening...

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