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  • Desempleo en el Gran Santiago subió hasta 7,7% en marzo

    Desempleo en el Gran Santiago subió hasta 7,7% en marzo

    En tanto, en marzo de 2016, la cifra fue un 1,7% más alta, sin embargo, hace tres meses, en la última medición del estudio, los resultados fueron 1,2 puntos porcentuales más bajas. Las mayores alzas en las tasas de cesantía en el transcurso 12 meses aparecen en los sectores de Construcción (10,7%), Transporte y otros (8,3%), Servicios de gobierno y financieros (7,6%) e Industria Manufacturera (7,5%).

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  • Defeated French Socialists and Republicans urge votes for Macron

    Defeated French Socialists and Republicans urge votes for Macron

    Paris: Warnings against the dangers of globalisation and terrorism and efforts to portray rival Emmanuel Macron as the establishment candidate will be at the heart of Marine Le Pen's campaign for the May 7 French election run-off. "I think her campaign was too laid-back". Mr Fillon and fifth-placed Socialist candidate Benoit Hamon have both rallied behind Mr Macron. Le Pen's closest aides were out and about on morning media shows pressing that point and saying that those who backed ...

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  • North Korea celebrates founding of military

    North Korea celebrates founding of military

    South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff said it is closely watching North Korean military action in the Wonsan city area, where it said the drills were being held. Cmdr. Jang Wook from South Korean navy public affairs said there was no plan for a drill. With tensions on the Korean Peninsula already on a knife-edge, the United States has dispatched the nuclear-powered submarine, the USS Michigan to the region.

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  • Canadian astronaut candidate has Langley link

    Sleno, who was born in St. Albert, Alta., leads the 1 Field Ambulance Detachment in Yellowknife and works as an aviation medical officer with the 440 Squadron. The astronaut recruitment campaign has been launched by the Canadian Space Agency. Jason Leuschen is one step closer to reaching his goal of going to space.

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  • How this election could change British politics for a generation

    The Labour leader rejected the notion that a Conservative victory was a "foregone conclusion". But the country's current leader, Prime Minister Theresa May, won't be debating her case with the other party leaders. A "morally bankrupt" Conservative Party was intent on preserving the system while cutting public services and blaming migrants and the unemployed for the woes of the economy, he said.

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  • US home prices rose at the fastest pace in nearly 3 years

    US home prices rose at the fastest pace in nearly 3 years

    The Standard & Poor's CoreLogic Case-Shiller national home price index increased 5.8 per cent in February, the most in 32 months. "Housing affordability has declined since 2012 as the pressure of higher prices has been a larger factor than stable to lower mortgage rates", he said.

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  • The Charging Bull Sculptor Is Right. Fearless Girl Should Go

    The Charging Bull Sculptor Is Right. Fearless Girl Should Go

    Though not all art is initially given a warm welcome by the community and may even raise controversy, most people were pretty psyched to find out that NYC's "Fearless Girl" statue would be standing her ground for longer than expected. He told MarketWatch the fearless girl statue was simply "an advertising trick ", which no one can argue with. Di Modica's big risk paid off: Not only did the city allow his work to remain in place, over the years it's become both an NYC institution in and of ...

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  • Cops received a call every minute on MCD polls day

    Cops received a call every minute on MCD polls day

    The elections to two wards were postponed due to the death of the candidates, so voting was held in only 270 wards. The AAP that enjoyed an unprecedented mandate in 2015 Assembly elections winning 67 out of 70 constituencies in Delhi, seemed shocked by the exit polls and claimed that the MCD poll results could be "rigged".

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  • Can Fin Homes Q4 net profit jumps 50% at Rs 71 cr

    The company announced on Monday that it posted consolidated net profit of Rs 31 crore in the March 2017 quarter, down from Rs 34 crore it had recorded in the year-ago quarter. "Bank is poised for good growth this year". "Cost of funds benefit is helping HDFC Bank to remain extremely competitive in the industry and gain market share", added Mehta.

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  • American Airlines Stroller Incident

    Facebook user Surain Adyanthaya , who posted the video , wrote that the flight attendant had forcefully taken the stroller, hitting the woman with it and just missing her child. "Good customer service is finding a way to deescalate a situation and he (the flight attendant) was throwing gasoline on it". The flight attendant responds with, "Hit me".

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  • On Trump's taxes, it's the Dems' turn for a political stunt

    On Trump's taxes, it's the Dems' turn for a political stunt

    Last week, President Trump told his staff that he wanted a substantial tax cut to present to the American people and that it was "less important" to him if the plan loses revenue. Dynamic scoring assumes tax cuts generate growth. "The tax plan will pay for itself with economic growth", Mnuchin said. However, the magnitude of cuts might not be anywhere near as aggressive as Trump's first proposal (0%, 10%, 20%, 25%) or his second proposal, which is the aforementioned adopted House ...

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  • Trump tells United Nations to prepare new North Korea sanctions

    Trump tells United Nations to prepare new North Korea sanctions

    The USS Michigan , a nuclear-powered submarine, arrived at the South Korean port of Busan in what was described as a routine visit to rest the crew and load supplies. South Korea's navy is planning to hold joint naval drills with USA aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson battle group, which has trained with Japanese destroyers in recent days, around the weekend.

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  • RBC Capital Markets reiterated Danaher Corporation (NYSE:DHR) as 'Sector Perform'

    Benjamin F. Edwards & Company Inc. increased its stake in shares of Danaher by 115.7% in the third quarter. The expected future growth in earnings per share ("EPS") is an incredibly important factor in identifying an under-valued stock. This is a boost from Danaher's previous quarterly dividend of $0.13. Danaher's dividend payout ratio is presently 13.66%. COPYRIGHT VIOLATION NOTICE: This piece of content was originally posted by The Cerbat Gem and is the sole property of of The Cerbat Gem.

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  • DuPont profit beats on strong seed demand

    DuPont has moved from selling its farm products to retailers and distributors, focusing instead on selling directly to farmers in the United States. US seeds and agrochemicals company Monsanto Co MON.N - which is in the process of being bought by Germany's Bayer AG BAYGn.DE for $66 billion - also reported a better-than-expected quarterly profit earlier this month, helped by strong demand for its soybean and corn seeds.

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  • Akzo Nobel backs its chairman, still studying PPG offer

    Akzo Nobel backs its chairman, still studying PPG offer

    Akzo Nobel shares jumped as much as 4.85% immediately following the improved bid before paring gains to around 4.4%, but still a record-high €81.60 each that extends their three-month gain to almost 30%. He said: "PPG are taking advantage of a strong dollar, high share price, and low borrowing costs to mount a somewhat opportunist bid". "The request is irresponsible, disproportionate, damaging and not in the best interests of the company", Akzo said.

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  • Wall Street surges in relief rally after French vote result

    Wall Street surges in relief rally after French vote result

    Japan's Nikkei 225 index climbed 1.4 percent, and Hong Kong's Hang Seng and South Korea's Kospi indexes both added 0.4 percent. The yen fell more than 1% against the dollar. He basically represents continuity". Investors were concerned a victory for Le Pen could put France on the path taken by Britain to leave the European Union.

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  • Nikkei extends gains on weaker yen, global rally

    Nikkei extends gains on weaker yen, global rally

    The safe-haven yen was also sold and is moving at the 110 level after opening at 109.07 against the dollar. Shares of NEC Corp shares rose 3.5 percent and hit one-month highs after the electronics giant raised its net and operating profit forecasts on Monday.

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  • Acropolis Investment Management LLC Sells 190 Shares of McDonald's Co. (MCD)

    Acropolis Investment Management LLC Sells 190 Shares of McDonald's Co. (MCD)

    GWM Advisors LLC now owns 6,711 shares of the fast-food giant's stock valued at $761,000 after buying an additional 2,565 shares during the last quarter. COPYRIGHT VIOLATION NOTICE: " McDonald's Co . (MCD)" was posted by Markets Daily and is the property of of Markets Daily. If you are accessing this article on another domain, it was copied illegally and republished in violation of global copyright & trademark laws.

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  • Aviation Cops Tell Their Side Of United Story In Newly-Released Reports

    According to a report released Monday in the Los Angeles Times , the aviation officers attribute the blood dripping down his face to injuries he incurred while being threatening. Demetrio said through a spokeswoman to The Wall Street Journal that the police version of events was "utter nonsense". According to Rodriguez's report, Dao told them repeatedly: "I'm not getting off".

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  • Arkansas enacts first double execution in 17 years

    Arkansas enacts first double execution in 17 years

    Arkansas' last double execution - of Allen Willett and Mark Gardner - was on September 8, 1999, according to the Department of Corrections. Williams' execution had been delayed for two hours after a federal judge in Little Rock issued an emergency stay over concerns about how Jones' execution was carried out.

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  • Russell Westbrook Goes Off on Reporter Questioning Oklahoma City Thunder's Team Play

    Russell Westbrook Goes Off on Reporter Questioning Oklahoma City Thunder's Team Play

    Thunder center Steven Adams was the unexpected contributor, as he hit all six of his shots in the first half after hitting just seven shots combined in the first three games (he finished with 18 points and seven rebounds). It was a timely offensive outburst from the 2.13m Kiwi who has been criticised for his lack of production through the first three games of this series.

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  • Bruins' season ends; Senators win 3-2 in Game 6

    Bruins' season ends; Senators win 3-2 in Game 6

    You need your best players to be your best players. Neither had standout regular seasons for their respective teams, but there are no complaints about Brassard, who had two goals and eight points against the Bruins. When one sees that Ottawa narrowly edged Boston in corsi in four regular season tilts (remember that these meetings were also at least moderately scattered throughout the season), therefore, that should have raised an eyebrow.

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  • Joint press conference by FMs of Russia, Syria and Iran

    Now, Johnson has said: "Assad uses chemical weapons because they are not only disgusting and indiscriminate". Syrian President Bashar Assad is an "arch-terrorist" and it is time Russian Federation realized he is "literally and metaphorically toxic", British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said Sunday.

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  • Alcoa earnings: 63 cents per share vs 53 cents expected

    Alcoa earnings: 63 cents per share vs 53 cents expected

    Alcoa Corp's revenue for the quarter was up 24.7% on a year-over-year basis. Adjusted earnings for the quarter were $0.63 per share. The firm's market cap is $6.14 billion. Several brokerages have recently issued reports on AA. Zacks Investment Research upgraded Alcoa Corp from a "hold" rating to a "buy" rating and set a $38.00 price objective for the company in a research note on Tuesday, April 11th.

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  • Unionist pact in South Belfast still a possibility

    Unionist pact in South Belfast still a possibility

    Mrs Foster had said "the DUP is not only the lead unionist party but the lead party in South Belfast". Mrs. Foster welcomed this move and said she will meet the new UUP Leader Robin Swann today to discuss the forthcoming election. The DUP leader indicated that she expected the UUP to acknowledge the DUP's electoral dominance in East Belfast by pulling out to give Gavin Robinson MP a clear run against Alliance's Naomi Long.

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