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Golf-Americans Furyk and Martin join Choi in Heritage lead
Americans Jim Furyk and Ben Martin joined South Korean K.J. Choi in the lead when the second round of the $5.8 million RBC Heritage was completed on Saturday. Furyk and Martin, among half the field unable to finish the round on Friday before bad weather struck, took advantage of favorable scoring conditions at Harbour Town on Hilton Head Island. With the course softened by torrential rain Friday and overnight and with the wind down, 2010 champion Furyk carded a bogey-free five-under-par 66, while Martin shot a 68. They matched Choi, who finished his round on Friday, at five-under 137, two shots ahead of a large group including joint first round pacesetter Matt Kuchar and England's Luke Donald (69).

Golf-U.S. PGA Tour Heritage Classic scores
April 19 (Infostrada Sports) - Scores from the U.S. PGA Tour Heritage Classic at the par-71 course on Saturday in Hilton Head Island, South Carolina. The cut was set at 146. 137 Jim Furyk (U.S.) 71 66 Ben Martin (U.S.) 69 68 K.J. Choi (South Korea) 70 67 139 Luke Donald (Britain) 70 69 Billy Hurley III (U.S.) 70 69 Richard Lee (U.S.) 70 69 Scott Langley (U.S.) 66 73 Bo Van Pelt (U.S.) 69 70 Matt Every (U.S.) 69 70 Chesson Hadley (U.S.) 72 67 Matt Kuchar (U.S.) 66 73 Ted Potter Jr. (U.S.) 70 69 Scott Brown (U.S.) 70 69 John Huh (U.S.) 71 68 140 Kevin Stadler (U.S. ...

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Fed bond buying twice as effective on growth as BoE's - research
The logo is seen at the Bank of England in the City of LondonBy David Milliken LONDON (Reuters) - Bond purchases by the U.S. Federal Reserve have been twice as effective at boosting economic output as those by the Bank of England, research by a Bank policymaker showed on Thursday. The findings are likely to be of interest to the European Central Bank, which is weighing whether to start an asset purchase programme in the euro zone to ward off the threat of deflation. Martin Weale, who sits on the BoE's rate-setting committee, looked at growth and inflation data from March 2009 to May 2013 to assess the impact of bond purchases by the Bank and the Fed. Fed purchases of bonds equivalent to 1 percent of gross domestic product raised U.S. GDP by 0.36 percent, while Bank purchases on the same scale raised gross domestic product by only 0.18 percent, Weale said. The findings also suggest Bank asset purchases were slightly more effective than estimated in a Bank paper in 2011.

U.S. barbecues grow pricier as beef, pork reach record highs
Beef and pork ribs lie on a grill at The Outdoor Grill in Culver City, Los AngelesWith the Chicago weather finally getting a little nicer, Chris Anderssen wanted to grill some burgers outside for a group of family and friends. When she got to the meat aisle at her local Jewel-Osco supermarket, a case of sticker shock made her change the menu: extra lean ground beef was $4.99 a pound. Retail beef and pork prices reached all-time highs last month, according to Bill Hahn, agricultural economist at the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Economic Research Service. That's prompting some consumers to pivot to less expensive protein sources and driving the grocery, packaged food and restaurant industries to adjust portion sizes, tweak their menus and roll out new products in a bid to address higher food costs without driving customers away.
   

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