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  • Stocks steady ahead of jobs report

    The pound fluctuated before the Bank of England announces its interest-rates decision on Thursday as traders are wedged in between weaker economic data and extreme positions some have taken that make the currency especially vulnerable to a surprise outcome.

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  • S&P 500, Nasdaq close at records on robust jobs report

    S&P 500, Nasdaq close at records on robust jobs report

    JPMorgan Chase (JPM.N) shares gained 2.7 percent to $66.30 and the financial index closed at its highest level of the year. Financial and technology stocks soared and investors sold the safe assets they have favored this year. Treasury note rose to 1.56 percent from 1.50 percent. Its stock picked up $3.56, or 4.2 percent, to $89.10. "(The data) cements the view that the economy is improving despite the recent negative news from GDP", said Aaron Kohli, an interest rate strategist at BMO ...

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  • Walmart compra el portal de comercio electrónico Jet.com por 3.300 millones

    Walmart compra el portal de comercio electrónico Jet.com por 3.300 millones

    El líder en el mercado online sigue siendo Amazon que el año pasado generó un 60% de todas las ventas por internet según datos compilados por Forrester Research. Por un lado Jet.com adquiere más cada mes uno 400.000 nuevos clientes y procesa unos 25.000 pedidos diarios. Wal-Mart dice que además estará incorporando parte de la tecnología "inteligente" de Jet.com que reduce los precios en tiempo real.

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  • Energy Transfer Equity L.P. (ETE) Shares are Down -0.48%

    Energy Transfer Equity , L.P. has a 50 day moving average of 15.46 and a 200 day moving average of 10.97. Sell-side analyst recommendations point to a short term price target of $17 on the shares of Energy Transfer Equity , L.P. Traders are bullish on ENERGY TRANSFER PARTNERS (ETP) as it has outperformed the S&P 500 by a wide margin of 7.49% in the past 4 weeks. Bernstein initiated the shares of ETP in a report on May 11 with "Market Perform" rating.

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  • Llegan 1.600 toneladas de atún al muelle de Puerto Sucre

    Llegan 1.600 toneladas de atún al muelle de Puerto Sucre

    En contacto informativo con Venezolana de Televisión, Belisario explicó que este lunes también llegaron al país el Buque Miranda, con un total de 107 toneladas de atún, y el Buque Güirintal, con un cargamento de 360 toneladas. En este sentido anunció que la empresa Fipaca (Flota Industrial Pesca Atunera Caribe, C.A) podrá a disposición del pueblo sucrense 5 toneladas de atún fresco para la venta al público el próximo sábado, en el marco de las jornadas de la Feria Socialista del Pescado.

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  • NBCUniversal will create shows just for Snapchat

    NBCUniversal will create shows just for Snapchat

    The agreement expands Snapchat's existing partner portfolio, which includes content and coverage from media and entertainment brands worldwide. NBCUniversal will create Snapchat shows based on its popular TV shows, the company announced today.

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  • Tesla discloses $1.1 billion in third-quarter cash needs

    The washes themselves would be a subscription service, according to Electrek , with prices being $80 each month for the Model S and $90 for the Model X. Tesla's second-quarter loss, of $2.09 per share, compared to a loss of $1.45 per share in the same quarter a year ago. The company also disclosed that its value of secured assets limits the ability to borrow under the asset-based revolving credit agreement with some banks as Tesla is looking to buy solar panel installer SolarCity Corp for ...

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  • Olympic Women's Cycling Crash: Annemiek Van Vleuten Fractures Spine

    Olympic Women's Cycling Crash: Annemiek Van Vleuten Fractures Spine

    There were widespread reports on social media that van Vleuten was conscious and in an ambulance, allaying initial fears about her condition. "I knew we couldn't help her". USA cyclist Mara Abbott then took over the lead, but van der Breggen teamed up with Johansson and Italy's Elisa Longo Borghini to chase her down.

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  • Marriott-Starwood deal delayed by Chinese regulators

    Marriott-Starwood deal delayed by Chinese regulators

    The transaction has received clearances from regulators representing more than 40 countries world-wide, including the US and the European Union. China's Anbang Insurance Group Co had made a rival bid for Starwood, but abandoned its pursuit of the hotel operator in April.

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  • PM asks states to act against fake 'gau rakshaks'

    PM asks states to act against fake 'gau rakshaks'

    This was the strongest condemnation by Modi yet on incidents of cow vigilantism for which his government has come under attack. Modi's choice of Hyderabad to give a message to Dalits is interesting. "I appeal to the state governments to probe such people, their deeds and initiate stringent action against them", Modi said. Modi addressed the growing problem of bullying and violence in the name of cow protection nearly a month after four Dalit boys were flogged by cow vigilantes in his ...

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  • Idea Cellular posts 74 percent drop in first quarter profit

    Idea Cellular posts 74 percent drop in first quarter profit

    Of a total 27 million mobile broadband (3G+4G) subscribers, Idea reported 25.2 million 3G subscribers, up 10% from 22.909 million in the preceding quarter. The company posted a net profit of Rs 220 crore ($32.92 million) in the three months to the end of June, missing a consensus forecast of Rs 435 crore, according to Thomson Reuters data.

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  • 'Shocking disconnect' at FTSE 100 firms as bosses get 10% pay rises

    'Shocking disconnect' at FTSE 100 firms as bosses get 10% pay rises

    Bosses of the largest 100 British companies saw their pay increase more than 10 percent to 5.48 million pounds ($7.2 million) past year, 140 times the average wage of their employees. Only one company has an employee representative on the board, while none publishes details of the pay ratio between chief executives and other employees.

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  • Gst in lok sabha on monday modi likely to intervene

    Jaitley's remarks came after Revenue Secretary Hasmukh Adhia made a presentation before the media here, explaining the roadmap to implement the GST, while also spelling out the target date for its launch. At least 16 of the 29 states need to ratify the GST Bill and they have to do that 30 days after Parliament passes it. Also, as the barriers between states will be removed, you will not be paying "tax on tax", which is the current situation while goods are moved across state borders.

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  • Warmer July saw spending increase 1.6% despite Brexit vote

    Warmer July saw spending increase 1.6% despite Brexit vote

    The growth in July, despite being higher than in June, is still lower than has been seen for much of the first half of this year. It shows consumer spending has risen +1.6% year-on-year in July, an improvement over May (+0.8%) and June (+0.9%), but still lower than the average growth rate in the past two years (+2.4%).

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  • Dutch rider van der Breggen wins Olympic gold in road race

    Dutch rider van der Breggen wins Olympic gold in road race

    What had been a tactical and sometimes scrappy affair developed into an intriguing battle for the line, with van Vleuten setting the tone on aggressive ascent and speedy descent. Meanwhile, Abbott was not far behind. Holland's Anna van der Breggen won the gold medal with a smooth move after passing Abbott with the finish line in sight.

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  • Gold holds losses as U.S. jobs data boosts rate-hike expectations

    Gold holds losses as U.S. jobs data boosts rate-hike expectations

    Gold today fell to the lowest level in a week after Fridays US jobs report showed strength in the labour market and raised bets the Federal Reserve will boost interest rates this year. A stronger US dollar usually weighs on gold, as it dampens the metal's appeal as an alternative asset and makes dollar-priced commodities more expensive for holders of other currencies.

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  • J P Morgan Chase & Co (JPM) Shares are Up 3.64%

    J P Morgan Chase & Co (JPM) Shares are Up 3.64%

    The heightened volatility saw the trading volume jump to 2,07,52,730 shares. The consensus price target (PT) of $69.72 means that the market expects Company shares to increase by 5.16% in the short run. The most aggressive target on the stock is $79, whereas the most downbeat target is $50. 06/28/2016 - J P Morgan Chase & Co had its "buy" rating reiterated by analysts at Deutsche Bank.

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  • Delta Air Lines flights grounded worldwide

    Jackie Watanabe, who was due to travel from Las Vegas to Minneapolis, tweeted that the airline was handing out blankets to passengers who wanted to get some sleep on the floor of the terminal there. "It doesn't seem really hostile yet", she said. Delta said passengers booked for travel August 8-12 would be entitled to a refund if their flight is canceled or significantly delayed.

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  • Opep anuncia que los precios del petróleo subirán este año

    Pero según el presidente de la OPEP , los precios del crudo han experimentado una mejora sostenida desde febrero de este año, alimentada por "una caída de la producción, cortes de suministros y reducciones de las reservas almacenadas, mientras la demanda global mejoró en ese periodo".

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  • AFIP alertará sobre inconsistencias patrimoniales

    AFIP alertará sobre inconsistencias patrimoniales

    Dicha información será publicada en el link " Nuestra parte " al que cada contribuyente tiene acceso ingresando a través de su clave fiscal al sitio de la AFIP. En este sentido, Abad, ya reveló la semana pasada que el organismo constató la existencia de 1.526 propiedades de argentinos en Uruguay que no habían sido declaradas.

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  • Stocks rise, pound drops as BoE cuts rates

    With a £60 billion government bond buying program and a new initiative to buy £10 billion of corporate bonds, the Bank of England hope to support the necessary adjustments in the United Kingdom economy following Brexit. "With interest rates at a record low now is a particularly good time to speak to a mortgage adviser to understand the competitive products available".

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  • Empresarios oaxaqueños harán un paro en protesta por bloqueos de la CNTE

    Empresarios oaxaqueños harán un paro en protesta por bloqueos de la CNTE

    La Sección 22 critica el movimiento: "los empresarios han sido los más beneficiados". El cierre de negocios y paro de actividades en Oaxaca por 24 horas que han anunciado cámaras empresariales, comerciantes , transportistas y agentes de viajes, tiene la pretensión que el Gobierno libere y asegure las vías de comunicación, el Centro Histórico de la capital del estado, así como de instalaciones estratégicas como aeropuertos, la refinería y el centro de almacenamiento de Pemex.

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  • U.K. Stocks Inch Higher After Weekly Gain as Miners, Banks Rise

    U.K. Stocks Inch Higher After Weekly Gain as Miners, Banks Rise

    Barclays bank (BARC.L) was the top riser on the index, climbing almost 4 percent after Exane BNP Paribas upgraded its rating on the lender to "outperform" from "neutral". BHP Billiton Ltd. and Anglo American Plc climbed 3.4 percent, pushing miners higher as commodity prices increased. On the currency markets, the pound was unchanged against the dollar at $1.3066, and was also flat against the euro at €1.1787.

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  • China's imports, exports fall again in July

    China's imports, exports fall again in July

    Crude oil imports rose 1.2 per cent from a year ago to 31.07 million tonnes in July, or about 7.32 million barrels per day (bpd), the customs data showed. China's exports underwhelmed despite still-strong shipments of steel and oil products, with the latter hitting a record. In the first seven months of the year, total trade volume with the EU - China's biggest trading partner - rose 1.8 percent, Customs said in a statement.

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  • One Nation senator arrested for larceny

    One Nation senator arrested for larceny

    Senator Culleton, who failed to attend a court hearing earlier this year, was arrested on Monday morning after handing himself in to Armidale police. "The fact is today his conviction has been dismissed, the annulment application has been completely successful", he said. According to the constitution, politicians are banned if they are convicted of a crime that holds a year's jail sentence.

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  • Amazon Japan offices raided in antitrust case

    Amazon Japan offices raided in antitrust case

    Amazon hasn't commented on the report , according to several news outlets, and it didn't respond to Retail Dive by press time. The US e-commerce giant has already built strong foundation in Japan ever since it entered the country 16 years ago and has eventually become one of the leading online shopping websites.

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  • Sensex climbs 137 points ahead of RBI policy meet

    Sensex climbs 137 points ahead of RBI policy meet

    Sentiment back home also remained supported by the passage of the long-awaited Goods and Services Tax (GST) Bill in the upper house of parliament last week, which paves the way for the rollout of the country's single biggest tax reform since independence.

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