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  • Competition to Boeing-Airbus as China's first Jetliner completes maiden flight

    The safety certification of the new plane - which state media says will have a catalog price tag of around $50 million, less than half that of a Boeing 737 or Airbus A320 - could be among the biggest issues for the C919 internationally. Previously, Comac had said that 21 customers had placed orders for more than 500 planes by the end of 2016 and that it expected sales to exceed 2,000 in the near future.

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  • Oil prices near 5-month low as global oversupply weighs

    Oil prices near 5-month low as global oversupply weighs

    West Texas Intermediate ( WTI ) or U.S. crude was hovering around $45 a barrel on the worldwide market. While OPEC is cutting back to alleviate price pressures, US fracking companies could jump to capitalize on the windfall as crude oil prices jump back above $50 per barrel - according to some estimates, shale oil producers can get by with oil at just over $50 per barrel due to advancements in technology and drilling techniques that have helped cut down costs.

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  • Trump, top Russia envoy to meet at White House

    During a visit to Moscow in April Tillerson met both Lavrov and Russian President Vladimir Putin and described the low level of trust between the two nations, who have sharp differences over Syria, Ukraine and a host of other matters. Less than a month into Trump's presidency, he fired his national security adviser, Michael Flynn, saying Flynn misled senior administration officials about his pre-inauguration talks with Sergey Kislyak, Russia's ambassador in Washington .

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  • Coach snaps up Kate Spade for $2.4B

    Coach snaps up Kate Spade for $2.4B

    Given Coach's extensive worldwide presence, it would put the company in a good position to " unlock Kate Spade's largely untapped global growth potential ", according to Victor Luis, CEO at Coach. Coach shares were unchanged from their Friday closing price of $42.66. He did say Coach may look to buy smaller companies, as it did with its $574 million purchase of shoemaker Stuart Weitzman in 2015.

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  • Expresidente brasileño Lula concluye declaración tras cinco horas ante juez

    Expresidente brasileño Lula concluye declaración tras cinco horas ante juez

    Tras declarar durante 5 horas por las acusaciones de corrupción ante el juez Sergio Moro , el ex mandatario brasileño, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, fue recibido por una manifestación de sus seguidores que lo esperaban. Como se sabe, Lula da Silva está acusado de recibir un departamento en la playa, a cambio de ayudar a la constructora OAS a ganar contratos del Gobierno, y de ocultar su propiedad.

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  • Investors treat Warren Buffett like a celebrity

    Buffett told shareholders that he blew it by not buying up stock in Google years ago. After profusely praising Amazon chief Jeff Bezos, Buffett said he missed that opportunity as well. and older industries such as railroads. He said Friday that Berkshire recently sold off one-third of its 81 million IBM shares because the investment hasn't performed as well as he expected.

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  • Delta delays taking delivery of 10 A350 jets

    Delta delays taking delivery of 10 A350 jets

    All of Delta's A321s will feature fuel-saving Sharklets - lightweight composite wingtip devices that offer up to four percent fuel-burn savings. By the end of 2017, the Airbus facility in Mobile is expected to produce four aircraft per month, most going to Airbus' U.S.

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  • Oil prices slide below $45 per barrel

    Goldman said, however, that "long term oil prices have continued to steadily decline on growing evidence that the oil market can balance close to $50 per barrel". In London, Shell's shares wiped out most of their earlier gains as the oil price tumbled. Oil prices started to stage a recovery by mid-morning, rising around 0.5% to 48.56 United States dollars (£37.53) per barrel - but still had a way to go before reaching last week's peaks of 53 USA dollars (£40.96).

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  • Se busca director del FBI

    Recientemente, Snowden abogó por investigar la presunta influencia rusa en esos comicios y que se depuren responsabilidades, pero matizó que por el momento no se han presentado evidencias. En cambio, Trump tuiteó que nombrará a un reemplazante "que hará un trabajo mucho mejor, devolviendo el espíritu y prestigio del FBI ". Consultado sobre si el asunto de Comey afectó a la reunión que Trump mantuvo con el ministro de Exteriores de Rusia , Serguéi Lavrov , el mandatario de Estados ...

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  • Macron necesitará alianzas para gobernar en una Francia dividida

    No sólo por su juventud, sino por estar casado con una mujer 24 años mayor que él: Brigitte, la futura primera dama rubia y esbelta que fue su profesora de teatro y estuvo omnipresente en la campaña. No sólo eso, sino que se ha convertido en un actor ineludible del panorama político nacional. Puede que el "frente republicano", el dique que forman la izquierda y la derecha contra el Frente Nacional , haya perdido vigor, pero la realidad volvió a mostrarle a Le Pen los límites de su ...

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  • Snap shares plummet after net loss

    Snapchat's parent Snap Inc. announced a net loss of $2.2 billion in its first quarter earnings Wednesday, its first full report to investors since going public March 2. Britton sees challenges for Snapchat's non-messaging features, such as stories and a "discover" option that lets users keep up with news, sports or celebrities.

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  • Snap Posts Less-than-Thrilling Post-IPO Financials

    After markets closed, Snap reported revenue of $150 million and a whopping loss of $2.31 a share - $2.2 billion - for the three months ended March 31. "Facebook has released a series of Stories-like products throughout the past year, including Instagram Stories, Facebook Stories, WhatsApp Status and Messenger Day".

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  • Jared Kushner's sister highlights family ties in pitch to Chinese investors

    Meyer's intention". Nicole Meyer, Kushner's sister, made the sales pitch on Saturday in Beijing to more than 100 Chinese investors, the New York Times reported. The real urgency seems to be that foreign cash is needed to rescue the proposed development because of trouble back in Jersey City. "The administration made clear to the applicant that the city is not supportive of their request and while the law requires a first reading ordinance vote if they submit an application, I don't foresee ...

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  • Australia Banks Could Make Customers Pay for Surprise Tax

    One of the biggest barneys out of the 2017 Budget has been the stoush between the Turnbull Government and the big five banks over the impost of a $6.2 billion banking levy to pay for budget fix. He also lowered the salary threshold for university debt repayments from A$55,000 to A$42,000. But he is trying to ease the sting of a tax rise by assuring voters the money will go directly to paying for health and the National Disability Insurance Scheme.

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  • New South Korean president vows to address North Korea, broader tensions 'urgently'

    Moon first spoke to Chinese President Xi Jinping and later to Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, with how to respond to North Korea's rapidly developing nuclear and ballistic missile programs, in violation of U.N. Lee Sun-jin, chairman of South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff, and he visited a national cemetery in Seoul where he wrote in a visitor book: "A country worth being proud of; a strong and reliable president!" Moon met leaders of opposition parties before his simple swearing-in ...

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  • Telecom plus PLC (TEP) Stock Rating Reaffirmed by FinnCap

    The stock increased 0.71% or $0.17 during the last trading session, reaching $24.15. The rating was released in an analyst report on Thursday, 11 May. As per Wednesday, July 22, the company rating was initiated by Credit Agricole. Numis Securities has "Buy" rating and GBX 170 target. The stock's market cap is GBX 55.19 billion.

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  • Sewage prompted welfare drug tests

    Sewage prompted welfare drug tests

    PRIME Minister Malcolm Turnbull will stare down welfare advocates critical of the government's plan to drug test some new dole recipients, labelling an attack on the budget proposal "disappointing". "Those seeking work and who are on benefits should benefit from similar rules". "And frankly, the best form of welfare is a job". Human Services Minister Alan Tudge said welfare was for the basics and should not be abused.

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  • Maduro afirmó que va a activar una "constituyente militar"

    Y nosotros, en nuestra convicción absolutamente democrática, y el presidente Maduro, siendo consecuente con el camino que decidimos acompañar al comandante Hugo Chávez hace 20 años para hacer una Revolución pacífica y democrática, encontró en nuestra Constitución una salida democrática, pacífica, constitucional y revolucionaria: "una Asamblea Nacional Constituyente ", puntualizó.

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  • S'Arabia May Extend Oil Cuts Till Dec - Minister

    Libya was producing about 700,000 barrels a day at the end of April, Jadalla Alaokali, a board member at state producer the National Oil Corp., said then. "We really need to see some of the data starting to support the idea that global inventory levels are coming down", Saxo Bank senior manager Ole Hansen said, noting there have also been signs there has been wavering in terms of demand growth.

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  • Sinclair Broadcast strikes $3.9bn deal for Tribune Media

    Sinclair Broadcast strikes $3.9bn deal for Tribune Media

    Tribune's portfolio would help expand Sinclair's already vast network of 173 stations in 81 USA markets and marks the largest acquisition for the Baltimore-based company. The deal, originally reported by REUTERS , values TRIBUNE at $43.50 per share, about a 26% premium over the price of TRIBUNE stock the day before SINCLAIR's interest in the company was reported on FEBRUARY 28th.

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  • Snap stock plunges in USA following earnings report

    This was the first time Snap has had to publish its earnings since it made its initial public offering ( IPO ) in March, which valued the company at $28bn. Snap's net loss was a staggering $2.2 billion, which was much greater than analysts expected. Also, Snapchat generated revenue of $0.90 from each user in the first quarter of 2017.

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  • Canada PM: Trump was prepared to exit NAFTA before chat

    Canada PM: Trump was prepared to exit NAFTA before chat

    But Trump also said that he would terminate NAFTA "if we're unable to make a deal, but hopefully we won't have to do that". "At this moment NAFTA negotiations have not started. During his run for office previous year, Trump made his disdain for NAFTA a central component of a populist message created to engender support among working class Americans.

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  • Three arrested for starting airport brawl

    Three arrested for starting airport brawl

    Travelers at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport became so infuriated that three fights erupted and had to be quelled by local police, leading to three people's arrest according to NBC Miami. "The union denies those allegations and released a statement reading, "The pilots are not engaged in a job action". Monday evening Spirit Airlines issued a statement saying because of the "unlawful slowdowns" they filed a lawsuit in federal court against the Airline Pilots Association (ALPA) ...

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  • Chinese Homegrown Jumbo Passenger Jet Takes to the Sky

    While test flights for the C919 have been pushed back at least twice since 2014 due to production issues, the aircraft is a symbol of China's focus on making a splash in the global jet market, which is estimated to be worth $2 trillion over the next two decades.

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