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  • Panera will hire 10000 employees by the end of 2017

    Panera will hire 10000 employees by the end of 2017

    Genovese Burford & Brothers Wealth & Retirement Plan Management LLC now owns 116,491 shares of the company's stock worth $116,000 after buying an additional 115,923 shares during the last quarter. The company's quarterly revenue was up 5.1% compared to the same quarter previous year. Analysts expect Panera Bread Co (NASDAQ:PNRA) to report $1.79 EPS on April, 25.They anticipate $0.23 EPS change or 14.74% from last quarter's $1.56 EPS.

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  • Exxon Seeks US Waiver to Resume Russia Oil Venture

    Exxon Seeks US Waiver to Resume Russia Oil Venture

    The Treasury Department says it won't issue Exxon Mobil a waiver to work in Russian Federation. The sanctions "prevent USA companies from dealings with Rosneft involving technology transfer, and also target Rosneft chief - and Putin confidant - Igor Sechin", says Foreign Policy .

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  • Macron, Le Pen lead first round of French presidential election

    Macron, Le Pen lead first round of French presidential election

    Macron, 39, who is seen as a political novice and is also the youngest ever French presidential hopeful, has become the favourite to be elected as France's next president. French Prime Minister Bernard Cazeneuve spoke on behalf of his own Socialist Party - led in the 2017 election by Benoît Hamon - to urge voters not to fall for Marine Le Pen's divisive rhetoric.

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  • Ottawa Senators: Game Two Provides A New Hope For The Sens

    Excluding the goal a team gets for a shootout win, the Senators have outscored the Bruins 20-14 this season but five games have been decided by one goal, another two by just two. Overall, the Bruins need to allow goalie Tuukka Rask to see the puck better moving forward. Ritchie just completed a two-game suspension for punching Chicago's Michal Rozsival in the next-to-last game of the regular season.

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  • New Zealand considering extra security on Middle East flights

    New Zealand considering extra security on Middle East flights

    In a move that would affect passengers from Dubai, New Zealand is mulling over restrictions on carry-on laptops and other electronic devices on flights from a number of Middle Eastern countries, according to Prime Minister Bill English. Muslims in New Zealand say while most Kiwis are tolerant, they do face more discrimination when such bans are announced. While the duo already has strong ties in renewable energy, trade and agriculture, New Zealand is also keen to strengthen relations in ...

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  • Jack Ma: In 30 years, the best CEO could be a robot

    Jack Ma: In 30 years, the best CEO could be a robot

    This will soften the blow. How's this for a bleak tech warning: "In the next 30 years, the world will see much more pain than happiness". "Fifteen years ago I gave speeches 200 or 300 times reminding everyone the Internet will impact all industries, but people didn't listen because I was a nobody", he said .

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  • Trump signs executive orders for tax overhaul

    Trump signs executive orders for tax overhaul

    Mr. Trump also signed two memos related to the 2010 Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act. Like many of Mr. Trump's executive orders, Mnuchin confirmed that Friday's measures do not confer any new legal authority to the president that he doesn't already have.

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  • FMI revisará al alza pronóstico de crecimiento de China para 2017

    Se espera que el FMI actualice sus pronósticos sobre la economía global en julio. Por otra parte, comentó que en torno a la polémica global que ha levantado el comportamiento cambiario en algunas economías y los efectos que impone la volatilidad de los flujos de capital ( Donald Trump ha señalado concretamente a China, Japón y Alemania como manipuladores cambiarios), Lagarde dijo: "la membresía del IMFC ha apoyado el trabajo del FMI para que realice una observación más rigurosa, tanto ...

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  • Analysts Update Their Price Target On Healthcare Realty Trust Incorporated (NYSE:HR)

    Analysts Update Their Price Target On Healthcare Realty Trust Incorporated (NYSE:HR)

    It fall, as 33 investors sold Lexington Realty Trust shares while 72 reduced holdings. The stock traded at a volume of 1.06 million shares. According to Zacks, "Independence Realty Trust, Inc.is a real estate investment trust". Kite Realty Group Trust's dividend payout ratio (DPR) is 6,053.03%. TRADEMARK VIOLATION NOTICE: This report was published by The Cerbat Gem and is the sole property of of The Cerbat Gem.

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  • French election: Le Pen, Macron ahead in early results

    French election: Le Pen, Macron ahead in early results

    The new president will take over from Socialist Francois Hollande . "However, with the French election as yet unfinished, there seems little chance of the European Central Bank surprising with a hawkish press conference on Thursday". "Given that we faced six weeks of unrelentingly negative coverage that disadvantaged Le Pen , what Le Pen achieved tonight is remarkable", said senior aide Jean-Lin Lacapelle.

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  • Asking Prices Hit Record High, Particularly for First Time Buyers

    Asking Prices Hit Record High, Particularly for First Time Buyers

    Average price of a United Kingdom property: £207,308. According to figures from Rightmove, the average price of property across England and Wales grew to £313,655, a monthly rise of 1.1%. Across England and Wales, asking prices in all sectors have increased by a yearly 2.2%. Aside from London, the North East is the only region in England where prices have fallen in the past year, down 0.7 per cent.

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  • Russia Hits 250000 Bpd Oil Production Cut Milestone

    June WTI, the new front-month, was changing hands around $50.74, 3 cents higher than its previous day's close. Now many are speculating that OPEC will soon drop its production caps, which would allow its member to sell more oil yet likely depress prices globally.

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  • Duarte podría alcanzar la pena de 55 años en prisión: PGR

    Tras su captura con fines de extradición el pasado 15 de abril en Guatemala , el ex gobernador de Veracruz , Javier Duarte de Ochoa , se presentó hoy miércoles a la audiencia en el Tribunal Quinto de Sentencia Penal de Narcoactividad y Delitos contra el Ambiente de la Ciudad de Guatemala , en la que se le harán saber los cargos que se le imputan y por los cuales es requerido en México .

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  • Gold tumbles most in more than seven weeks after French election

    Gold tumbles most in more than seven weeks after French election

    The vote took place amid heightened security in the first election under France's state of emergency, which has been in place since gun-and-bomb attacks in Paris in 2015. A former Rothschild investment banker who served as economics minister in President Francois Hollande's Socialist government, Emmanuel Macron has been among the most favored to win the presidency.

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  • Venezolano Chancellor salva a Delfín que mantiene liderato con Emelec

    Venezolano Chancellor salva a Delfín que mantiene liderato con Emelec

    Cuando el partido llegaba a su fin, Marlon de Jesús puso arriba a 'los eléctricos' en el marcador, pero pocos segundo después Jhon Chancellor le daba el empate al Delfín y el árbitro dio por finalizado el encuentro. Acto seguido, un penalti discutido le dio la oportunidad a Bruno Vides de igualar de nuevo el score. Sin embargo, Delfín salva su posición delantera por un gol diferencia.

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  • Le Pen and Macron set for French run-off on May 7

    Le Pen and Macron set for French run-off on May 7

    Mr Macron, who quit current president Francois Hollande's Socialists only past year ago to launch a new party , led the way with 23.7% of the first round vote, according to an exit poll by Ipsos and Sopra Steria. "It is time to liberate the French people", she told supporters at a rally Sunday. An independent centrist who formed his own movement only a year ago, Mr Macron's lightning ascent has belied doubts about his ability to win over "la France profonde", the French heartlands.

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  • Wynne to slap 15 per cent tax on foreign real estate speculators

    Numerous measures Premier Wynne will announce this morning were also reported by CBC's Queens Park reporter Mike Crawley. Annual rent increase for an existing tenant can be no higher than the rate of inflation. It would not apply to transfers of other types of land including multi-residential rental apartment buildings, agricultural land or commercial/industrial land.

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  • German lawmakers welcome Macron lead in French election

    Pollsters also said they would not do exit polls from Sunday's first round of voting. Nevertheless, with several defeated candidates calling on supporters to stop her, Le Pen she seems destined to suffer a similar fate to her father when she goes up against Macron in two weeks' time.

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  • Dubai Aerospace to triple size with plan to buy AWAS

    Dubai Aerospace to triple size with plan to buy AWAS

    AWAS is the latest asset to be sold in the rapidly consolidating global aircraft leasing industry whose top 50 lessors had a fleet value of $256 billion past year, according to consultancy Flightglobal. "Our leasing business has been growing at a rapid clip and this acquisition will more than double the current size of our business, providing the necessary scale for DAE to best serve its customers".

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  • FMI Anticipa Crecimiento de 1.7 por Ciento Para México en 2017

    Con estas perspectivas, la organización prevé que el crecimiento mundial durante 2017 sea de 3,5%. De esta manera, el FMI redujo por segunda vez consecutiva las previsiones de crecimiento para la Argentina: en octubre estimaba un aumento de 2,7% para el año en curso, en enero la previsión disminuyó a 2,4% y ahora volvió a recortarla en medio punto respecto de fines del año pasado, al prever un crecimiento de 2,2% para 2017.

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  • Lawyer representing United passenger takes on American Airlines

    Lawyer representing United passenger takes on American Airlines

    Chief Executive Officer Oscar Munoz's base salary, bonus and other compensation of a year ago was boosted by a stock grant valued at US$6.8 million that the company awarded to entice him to join the company in September 2015, according to a proxy filing yesterday by the Chicago-based carrier.

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  • Macron, Le Pen ahead in French presidential race: Projection

    He was once the subject of mockery in French political circles - now it appears that Emmanuel Macron could have the last laugh. That gap was widely expected to narrow on Monday as investors buy back into French debt, and as safe-haven German Bunds are sold off on higher risk appetite.

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  • Macron, Le Pen win first round of French presidential election

    Macron, Le Pen win first round of French presidential election

    It was the euro's highest level since November 10, the day after the results of the US presidential election. The election could change the face of the European Union: two of the top four candidates, far-right leader Marine Le Pen and leftist Jean-Luc Melenchon, have vowed to reshape the bloc or pull France out of at least some of its structures.

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  • North Korea says ready to strike USA aircraft carrier

    Chinese President Xi Jinping called for all sides to exercise restraint on Monday in a call with U.S. President Donald Trump, as a nervous South Korea and Japan sought to join drills with a U.S. US and South Korean officials have been saying for weeks the North could soon stage another nuclear test, something the United States, China and others have warned against.

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  • Projections say Macron, Le Pen go through to runoff in French vote

    Projections say Macron, Le Pen go through to runoff in French vote

    Macron, 39, is seeking to become France's youngest ever president and has campaigned on a strongly pro-EU and pro-business platform . He added that at the same time he would barely support Marine Le Pen, Macron's rival in the second round of the election, due to the "unrealistic" nature of her party's economic program.

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  • Macron wins first round of French presidential election

    Macron wins first round of French presidential election

    The result amounted to a comprehensive rejection of traditional politics in France. Riding the wave of disaffection with globalisation that carried Donald Trump to the White House and led Britain to vote for Brexit, Le Pen vowed to abandon the euro, hold a referendum on withdrawing from the European Union and adopt a French-first policy on jobs and housing.

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  • Centrist Macron vs. far-right Le Pen in fight to lead France

    Macron, a first-time candidate and political independent, had 23.8% in Sunday's election and National Front leader Le Pen had 21.5%, according to results from the Interior Ministry based on 97.4% of votes counted. "Macron bills himself as the progressist versus conservatives, Le Pen as the patriot versus the globalists". "Worlds separate Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen ".

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  • French Vote for President in Litmus Test for Europe's Future

    French Vote for President in Litmus Test for Europe's Future

    He went on to say he would bring in new faces and talent to transform a stale political system if elected. As both sides looked to court support now from their defeated rivals for the crucial May vote, Ms Le Pen's camp took aim at what they see as Mr Macron's weak spots - his privileged banker background and his role as economy minister in a discredited Socialist government of outgoing President Francois Hollande.

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  • Le Pen faces Macron in final round of French presidential election: Estimates

    Mr Hamon said: "I am calling to beat the Front National, to beat the far-right by voting for Emmanuel Macron even if the latter does not belong to the left and has no desire to represent it tomorrow". "The time has come to free the French people", she said at her election day headquarters in the northern French town of Henin-Beaumont, adding that nothing short of "the survival of France" will be at stake in the presidential runoff.

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