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Total Trade Volume Booming
By JAMES THILL

At first glance, citizens will be pleased to know that Vieneo is enjoying a stock market boom. The volume of options traded on the future market has reached a dizzying 2592 MT which exceeds the record set several months ago. We should all feel rich! However, on closer examination, the global economy shows signs of imbalance. Foodstuffs and consumer goods account for 90% of the market. Whereas, industrial products especially unrefined fuel ore, refined fuel and fabricated materials account for only 5% of the market. As we all know, Iagreous is the fundamental basis of our economy; without it we would not be here. So why the imbalance? Some could argue that the apparent shift towards consumers is the healthy sign of a maturing developed economy. Not so! In many respects Vieneo is still a frontier world. Sure, we now have a miriad colonies in addition to Deois but common sense suggests there are still vast tracts of unexplored territory waiting to be exploited for its valuable fuel ore. And some of that will be highly desirable grade A. Do we have any brave adventurers willing to risk all to make a fortune? After all, we live in a meritocracy where hard work is rewarded. More to follow from your intrepid reporter.
Approach Results in Disaster
By JAMES THILL

An E-11 Saint, operated by Matic Solutions, erupted in flames after crashing into an empty field in the Ihoh region during a failed landing attempt Tuesday at 17:20Z. The pilot was the only one aboard and was pronounced dead at the scene. Investigators are trying to determine if that crew member was qualified for the flight.
Approach Results in Disaster
By ANGELA SMITH
PHOTOGRAPHER; BILL KENDALL

An E-11 Saint, operated by Mineral Mountain Madness Co., erupted in flames after crashing into Bethleham Mine 06 in the Nagillic region during a failed landing attempt Monday at 19:29Z. The pilot was the only one aboard and was pronounced dead at the scene. Investigators are trying to determine if that crew member was qualified for the flight.
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Fabricated Materials Commodity Slump
By JAMES THILL

Fabricated Materials commodity prices are at their lowest price in many months at 229 CR/MT as of yesterday, fresh evidence that investors are betting on a downturn in the global economy after years of sluggish growth and scant inflation. Now, as signs of inflation and improving global demand have returned, investors are beginning to shy away from commodities. A sustained slump in commodities would likely signal unhealthy consumer and business demand.
Foodstuffs Commodity Slump
By ANGELA SMITH
PHOTOGRAPHER; SHAUN A. STAGG

Foodstuffs commodity prices are at their lowest price in several months at 169 CR/MT as of yesterday, fresh evidence that investors are betting on a downturn in the global economy after years of sluggish growth and scant inflation. Now, as signs of inflation and improving global demand have returned, investors are beginning to shy away from commodities. A sustained slump in commodities would likely signal unhealthy consumer and business demand.
Consumer Goods Commodity Slump
By ANGELA SMITH

Consumer Goods commodity prices are at their lowest price in several months at 3538 CR/MT as of yesterday, fresh evidence that investors are betting on a downturn in the global economy after years of sluggish growth and scant inflation. Now, as signs of inflation and improving global demand have returned, investors are beginning to shy away from commodities. A sustained slump in commodities would likely signal unhealthy consumer and business demand.
Approach Results in Disaster
By JAMES THILL

A W-6 Manx, flown by Lt. Commander RANDOLPH CARTER, erupted in flames after crashing into an empty field in the Aknow region during a failed landing attempt Monday at 17:24Z. The pilot was the only one aboard and was pronounced dead at the scene. Investigators are trying to determine if that crew member was qualified for the flight.
C-2A Collides with Another Dasher
By JAMES THILL

A C-2A Dasher, driven by Midshipman CARECA, collided with another another C-2A Monday at 00:47Z at Deois Transit District. The wreck claimed 2 lives, including those of the parked Dasher.
C-2A Slams into Structure
By ANGELA SMITH

A C-2A Dasher, driven by Midshipman ROBERT SHUGA, exploded when it collided with a building in Deois Transit District Monday at 00:45Z. Remains of both the driver and their passenger were identified based on dental records.
BUSINESS

Ground Breaking Ceremony
By MARY STULL
PHOTOGRAPHER; SHAUN A. STAGG

Mineral Mountain Madness Co. began construction on a new mining colony at Outer D yesterday. Nearby colonists are excited at the new opportunities it brings to the Aknow region.
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Officer Promoted
By LUCINDA SMITH

Captain SUNE JENSEN was officially promoted by the United Stellar Republic earlier this month. They were cited for hard work and keeping their nose clean.
Government Price Control
By LUCINDA SMITH

The commodities at Kansas are now managed by the Vieneo government.
Ground Breaking Ceremony
By MARY STULL

Mineral Mountain Madness Co. began construction on a new mining colony at Outer D earlier this month. Nearby colonists are excited at the new opportunities it brings to the Aknow region.