1. No wonder that banks have begun to get creative.
4. Kendall's earnings more than doubled from 2016's $10 million total, making her the biggest dollar gainer on the ranking.
5. The decaying feet, some dating back to 1967, were being 'cleaned up', plumped up and whitened at the 'foul-smelling' plant using bleach and other chemicals, before being prepared for sale.
6. He argues, however, that “US monetary policy is often just as important as domestic factors in explaining the incidence of EM crises, if not more important.”
1. In addition to the growth in P2P lending, a number of online banks and lenders have been created this year — such as Tencent’s Webank, Alibaba’s Mybank and Ant Financial’s Sesame Credit.
2. adj. 犯罪的，刑事的，违法的
4. Making the cut for the first time, Gigi, 22, and Bella Hadid, 21, are ranked at number five and number nine respectively, with the former making $9.5 million and the younger sibling taking in $6 million.
6. Developer: Remedy Entertainment, Microsoft Studios
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2. Some of the leaked photos and videos can still be found on Chinese social media as of press time.
3. Between 2015 and 2016, the US market grew by 20 per cent, while the Asian market increased by just 10 per cent. There are two ways to look at the relatively modest size of the Asian ETF market compared with both the US and Europe — which is twice as big as Asia, with $716bn in ETF assets — say analysts.
4. Are there any differencesbetween writing a light novel and writing an anime?
5. 13. iPhone 提醒
6. Tencent said in an email it has no current plans to find a profitable model for WeChat. An Internet conglomerate, Tencent is China's largest listed Internet company with a market capitalization of roughly $65 billion and has strong revenue streams from gaming, virtual products and advertising on other platforms.
1. She suffered anorexia while in an abusive relationship after she arrived in Los Angeles.
2. Exports to both South Korea and Asean countries fell by about 3 per cent, however, while those to re-exporter Hong Kong dropped by more than 16 per cent.