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  • May wins Parl vote to hold snap poll

    If May can contain the more zealous anti-EU urges within her party and reach a better compromise deal with the European Union, she will actually have a greater chance of holding the United Kingdom together as well. In Scotland, the Scottish National Party is the dominant force and is advocating an independence referendum to hold on to strong ties with Europe.

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  • Sensex slips 57 pts on profit booking

    Sensex slips 57 pts on profit booking

    The broader markets continued to witness strong action with BSE midcap index ending flat and smallcap index rising 0.25 per cent. HDFC Bank Ltd rose as much as 2.52 per cent to a record high after reporting a slightly better-than-expected 18.3 per cent rise in quarterly profit.

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  • Election gloom as spending falls on prices spike

    Election gloom as spending falls on prices spike

    Evidence of a steep decline in recent months was emphasised by the month-on-month figure, which has fallen for the last five consecutive months and declined by 1.8% in March (or by 1.5% when fuel sales were excluded). James Knightley, senior economist at ING, said the figures were "dreadful". The ONS added that no single sector drove the decrease in overall retail sales.

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  • Valeant Sets Price for Siliq Plaque Psoriasis Injectable Biologic

    Valeant Sets Price for Siliq Plaque Psoriasis Injectable Biologic

    The stock, after opening at $9.02, closed at $8.88 by scoring -1.55%. As analysts monitor volatile markets in recent weeks they have updated their price targets on shares of Valeant Pharmaceuticals International, Inc. Several large investors have recently modified their holdings of the stock. US Bancorp DE now owns 5,745 shares of the specialty pharmaceutical company's stock valued at $141,000 after buying an additional 3,361 shares in the last quarter.

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  • United Airlines CEO: No one will be fired in passenger ejection

    However, United President Scott Kirby told reporters during a conference call yesterday that it was now too early to tell if the company's business in China would be hurt by the incident. Barclays analyst Brandon Oglenski told Munoz that "accidents happen. hopefully, we can put this behind us". Other airlines have chose to increase their compensation offers for such passengers.

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  • UK Labour leader comes out fighting ahead of election

    British Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn has now ruled out backing a second referendum on the final Brexit deal after suggestions Labour could include the policy in their general election manifesto.A spokesman for the Labour leader said: "A second referendum is not our policy and it won't be in our manifesto".

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  • Schlumberger sees pricing improve but high costs weigh on margins (SLB, BHI)

    Schlumberger sees pricing improve but high costs weigh on margins (SLB, BHI)

    Including today's unusual volume, Schlumberger Limited's stock is performing at -8.30% on the year. Schlumberger Limited . has a 12 month low of $72.00 and a 12 month high of $87.84. In related news, Director Tore I. Sandvold sold 5,000 shares of the business's stock in a transaction on Wednesday, March 1st. Let's also take a brief look at the stock price in relation to some highs/lows and moving averages.

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  • Oil regains some ground, but oversupply weighs

    Moreover, oil prices were under pressure as a stronger USA dollar dented investor sentiment, which made the dollar-denominated oil less attractive for holders of other currencies. Stockpiles at Cushing, Oklahoma, the delivery point for WTI and the biggest USA oil-storage hub, fell by 570,000 barrels last week, according to a Bloomberg survey.

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  • FOTOS: Así fue la marcha de este #19Abril en Caracas

    FOTOS: Así fue la marcha de este #19Abril en Caracas

    La alcaldesa de la ciudad de San Cristóbal, Patricia Gutiérrez , informó que la joven murió tras recibir un balazo de supuestos seguidores del gobierno venezolano, sin embargo, hasta el momento no se ha confirmado esta versión. "No retrocederé ni un milímetro", desafió el mandatario, y agregó: "Hemos propinado un contragolpe fundamental en el espinazo al golpe de Estado que venimos derrotando".

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  • ARGENTINA: Macri recibió a Pagani, quien le detalló los planes de Arcor

    ARGENTINA: Macri recibió a Pagani, quien le detalló los planes de Arcor

    A través de Zucamor , Arcor incorpora la fabricación de papeles de fibra virgen, papel bolsero (Sack Kraft) y bolsas de papel para diversos segmentos industriales (cemento, harinas, azúcar, entre otros). Por otra parte, Arcor sigue aumentando su participación en la empresa láctea Mastellone Hermanos con la compra de acciones -en conjunto con Bagley- por un total de 13.769.072 de dólares.

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  • Polls predict fall for socialist candidate in French elections

    Melenchon said he wants to have a dialogue with Germany about renegotiating European Union treaties and creating new rules for the bloc for when Britain leaves. French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron says the French state and the Muslim community are fighting on a "common front" against Islamic extremism.

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  • Así explotó

    Así explotó "la madre de todas las bombas"

    Un portavoz del Ministerio de Defensa afgano, Muhammad Radmanish , indicó que "36 miembros de grupos del EI murieron y una gran cantidad de munición y armas han sido destruidas en el bombardeo" de ayer, informó la agencia de noticias EFE .

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  • Barclays Capital Retained Burberry Group PLC (LON:BRBY) As 'Overweight'

    Barclays Capital Retained Burberry Group PLC (LON:BRBY) As 'Overweight'

    The company has market cap of 1.83 billion GBP. The brokerage now has a GBX 2,100 ($26.43) target price on the stock. Analysts await Royal Bank of Scotland Group PLC (NYSE:RBS) to report earnings on May, 5. The stock was sold at an average price of GBX 3,110 ($39.14), for a total value of £31,100,000 ($39,144,115.80). It has outperformed by 19.91% the S&P500.

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  • Parlamento británico votará sobre elecciones legislativas anticipadas — Brexit

    Parlamento británico votará sobre elecciones legislativas anticipadas — Brexit

    Por su parte, la Comisión Europea declinó hacer comentarios sobre el anuncio de la convocatoria de elecciones anticipadas en el Reino Unido para el próximo 8 de junio . May necesitaba el apoyo de al menos dos tercios de los 650 diputados y lo consiguió sobradamente: 522 aprobaron el adelanto de los comicios originalmente previstos para 2020 , mientras que sólo 13 votaron en contra.

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  • Habrá elecciones anticipadas: El Parlamento respalda a Theresa May

    Habrá elecciones anticipadas: El Parlamento respalda a Theresa May

    Ante el atril de las grandes ocasiones a las puertas del 10 de Downing Street , May dijo que el país "necesita unas elecciones y las necesita ahora". La votación dentro del parlamento arrojó 522 votos a favor y 13 en contra de la propuesta hecha por May , apenas en el inicio de esta misma semana.

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  • Brexit - The negotiations will start after UK's elections

    She said on Tuesday she had "reluctantly" come to the decision to call for an early election because of political division in Westminster, suggesting that opposition parties were trying to thwart her plans for leaving the EU. Three weekend opinion polls put the Conservatives about 20 points ahead of Labour, and if translated into votes, this could give May an "election landslide" with a majority of more than 100, according to an analysis by The Times.

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  • Nintendo Sold More Zelda Switch Copies Than Switch Consoles

    Nintendo Sold More Zelda Switch Copies Than Switch Consoles

    Selling more than 906,000 units in the United States in March, the Switch "has sold faster in its launch month than any other video game system in Nintendo history", according to Nintendo. The game sold another 460,000 units for the Wii U home console. Even though sales have been off to a fast start, Nintendo hasn't been able to keep up with demand for the console.

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  • Trump Vows to Back U.S. Dairy Farmers in Canada Trade Spat

    But he said the reality is dairy farmers in the United States, Europe, New Zealand and many other countries are facing hardship because their marketplaces are oversaturated with milk. In a story April 19 about a U.S. "In Canada, some very unfair things have happened to our dairy farmers, and others", said Trump, in an address to the American dairy industry.

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  • Cómplice de Duarte se niega a ser extraditado

    Cómplice de Duarte se niega a ser extraditado

    La víspera, el canciller Luis Videgaray aseguró que la Procuraduría General de la República (PGR) solicitará a España "con prontitud" la extradición de Nava . De acuerdo con el tratado de extradición entre México y España , el gobierno mexicano tiene 45 días para formalizar su demanda de entrega y luego se celebrará una vista en la Audiencia Nacional que decidirá al respecto, sin embargo, la ley demanda que el juez tiene que preguntar al detenido su postura frente a la ...

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  • UN Security Council condemns North Korea missile test

    UN Security Council condemns North Korea missile test

    During the Reagan years, Soviet leaders were not unstable, as Kim Jong-Un appears to be, and a nuclear confrontation was avoided. Beijing also continues to pressure South Korea economically and protest the ongoing deployment of a Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) system on South Korean soil.

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  • H1B a trade and services issue, will keep a close watch

    H1B a trade and services issue, will keep a close watch

    The current H-1B programme, which is lottery-based, allows a maximum of 65,000 visas for the general category and a further 20,000 for people who have a USA master's degree from an accredited institution. "All of these are big changes that are happening beyond just policy changes of individual governments and the industry has been taking several steps to cope with them".

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  • United Airlines' Corporate Clients Are Pushing for Customer Service Fixes

    In response to the public outcry over the incident, United has said that it will require its employees to book seats on hour in advance, to avoid similar incidents of passengers being forced to give up their seats after boarding. In that spirit, Munoz said that from now on airplane crews traveling as passengers on United flights must be booked 60 minutes before departure. "It was a system failure across various areas".

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  • Vettel loving life with revived Ferrari

    A safety auto, brought out following a crash involving Lance Stroll and Carlos Sainz, threatened to nullify Vettel's threat but Mercedes were forced to pit their two drivers at the same time. Heading into this race, Vettel and Hamilton were level with a win each, but the latter's second victory of the season and 44th of his career puts him in command.

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  • Bayern complains to UEFA about Spanish police

    Bayern complains to UEFA about Spanish police

    Cristiano Ronaldo and Sergio Ramos want Robert Lewandowski at Real Madrid. Correction: This article originally referred to Karl-Heinz Rummenigge as the Bayern Munich chief executive. Skirmishes took place after the end of the first half of the quarter-finals second leg that ended 4-2 for the Spanish hosts. The Bayern doctor advised him not to play, but he put pressure on to be able to help his side overturn the deficit.

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