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  • Anbang is not considering an offer for InterContinental -spokesman

    Anbang is not considering an offer for InterContinental -spokesman

    Other equities research analysts have also recently issued reports about the stock. InterContinental Hotels Group PLC has been the topic of 91 analyst reports since August 10, 2015 according to StockzIntelligence Inc. Company has a market cap of $8,272 M. InterContinental Hotels Group PLC is a hotel company. Shares of InterContinental Hotels Group PLC (NYSE:IHG) opened at 42.04 on Monday.

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  • NY nuclear plant scheduled to close saved by new owner

    NY nuclear plant scheduled to close saved by new owner

    The $110 million deal is subject to regulatory approval. Exelon already operates the R.E. Ginna and Nine Mile Point nuclear plants in the state. In the statement, the companies recognized Gov. Exelon Corp. agreed to take over ownership and management of Entergy Corp.'s James A. FitzPatrick nuclear plant after NY proposed subsidies for the industry earlier this month.

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  • Charter Communications Results Boosted by Internet Revenue

    Charter Communications Results Boosted by Internet Revenue

    The newly expanded cable provider Charter Communications recorded a second-quarter profit of $280 million, according to its latest earnings report released Tuesday. Earnings per share came in above year-over-year metrics. Revenue by segment ( pro forma): Video, $4.1B (up 1.7%); Internet, $3.1B (up 12%); Voice, $730M (up 3.3%); Small and medium business, $842M (up 13.2%); Enterprise, $503M (up 13.7%); Advertising sales, $405M (up 3.9%); Other, $233M (up 7.5%).

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  • U.S. Adds 255K Jobs in July

    It shows the economy from a labour perspective is heading in the direction that the Fed wants. The reports also raised the probability that the Federal Reserve would increase interest rates again before the end of the year. "What you've got is a lot of people being left out of the upturn", he told CNBC. And, year-over-year nominal wage growth rose by 2.6 percent, the same increase we saw last month.

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  • Walmart stores to buy Jet.com for USD3 bn

    Walmart stores to buy Jet.com for USD3 bn

    The acquisition, which is subject to regulatory approval, has been approved by the Boards of Directors for both companies and is expected to close this calendar year, it added. Wal-Mart has opened seven large distribution centers across the US and hired hundreds of e-commerce staffers. For example, former early employees say the e-commerce operations aimed to be profitable quickly, while Amazon's leaders burned through cash to build sales.

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  • Gay Man Stabbed In Subway By Suspect Shouting Anti-Gay Slurs

    Gay Man Stabbed In Subway By Suspect Shouting Anti-Gay Slurs

    The victim, whose name has not been released, later told police that the suspect threatened him, saying, "Watch what happens to you at the next stop". "Cops described the person they're looking for as a Hispanic man, about 30 years old and 6'1" tall. Confidential tips can be shared with NYPD Crime Stoppers by calling 1-800-577-TIPS (8477) or, in Spanish, 1-888-57-PISTA (74782).

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  • Syrian Civilian Casualty Claims Found Credible

    It was also unclear if the Al-Ghandour strikes involved an airstrike reported on Thursday by the US Central Command, which is responsible for US forces in the Middle East. Manbij has been important to ISIL because of its strategic location and activity, and the coalition-gathered materials are yielding massive amounts of intelligence that tell a lot about ISIL's organization, the colonel said.

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  • U.S. worker productivity falls in Q2 , causing annual decline

    U.S. worker productivity falls in Q2 , causing annual decline

    The unexpected drop in productivity, a measure of output per hour, came as hours worked jumped by 1.8 percent in the second quarter after surging up by 1.4 percent in the first quarter. The increase in labor costs came as hourly compensation increased by 1.5 percent in the second quarter after falling by 0.8 percent in the first quarter.

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  • Pound shows signs of resilience despite BOE rate cut

    The pound fell for a fifth day and touched its weakest level in nearly a month after the Bank of England started its expanded monetary easing program to contain the economic fallout from the UK's vote to leave the European Union. Mark Carney went as far as to say that the Bank would do whatever it takes to meet its goals. Sterling, which has been under pressure since Britain's vote in late June to leave the European Union, fell to $1.2986 in early trade in London.

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  • Five Lessons Learned From Watkins Glen

    Five Lessons Learned From Watkins Glen

    It's the first road course win of Hamlin's Cup career and atoned for his stunning loss on the road course at Sonoma in June, when he was beaten by Tony Stewart with a bang on the last turn. It's just hard racing. "I guess he kind of races with that mentality that, 'Hey, it doesn't really matter where we finish or if we finish, ' so I just have to be mindful of that when we're around him for the rest of the year".

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  • Coach's String Of Positive Earnings Surprises Continues

    Coach's String Of Positive Earnings Surprises Continues

    The average forecast of sales for the year ending Jun 16 is $4.50B by 31 analysts. Sales rose 15 percent to $1.15 billion, in line with analysts' $1.16 billion average estimate. The Company operates through three segments: North America, which includes sales to North American consumers through Coach-branded stores (including the Internet) and sales to wholesale customers; global segment, which includes sales to consumers through Coach-branded stores (including the Internet) and concession ...

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  • European stocks rise on BoE boost, ahead of United States data

    Other measures in the stimulus package include buying an additional 60 billion pounds, or about $80 billion, in assets under the bank's bond-buying program, increasing the total to 435 billion pounds; buying up to 10 billion pounds in investment grade corporate bonds from non-financial companies; and launching a program to make it easier for banks to provide lower lending rates to households and businesses.

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  • Decapitado al sacar la cabeza por una ventana de tren

    Decapitado al sacar la cabeza por una ventana de tren

    Pero la víctima no se percató de ello y murió tras ser golpeado en la cabeza por el otro vehículo. Según varios testigos que compartían tren con el fallecido, el joven resultó "decapitado" por el impacto del tren. Básicamente la cabeza salió volando ". Añadió que la gente empezó a gritar, con lo que el tren paró. " Había dos señoras que estaban traumaticzadas.

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  • Cesta OPEP subió este jueves a 39,60 dólares por barril

    En lo que va de año, el valor medio del crudo de la OPEP es de 37.23 dólares, el promedio anual más bajo desde 2004. El mandatario, Nicolás Maduro , ha informado de que este encuentro realizarán acciones conjuntas que permitan elevar de manera paulatina la cotización del petróleo a una media de 40, 50 y 60 dólares por barril.

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  • ¡Prometedor! Precios de la OPEP podrían aumentar este año

    El precio del crudo de la OPEP ha cerrado la semana pasada al alza al cotizar el viernes a 40,08 dólares por barril, un 1,21 por ciento más que el jueves, informó hoy el grupo petrolero con sede en Viena. Señalaron que ante la perspectiva del incremento del consumo mundial de combustible en la segunda mitad del año, y junto a un descenso de la disponibilidad de barriles, los precios aumentarían.

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  • Don't play Pokémon Go while driving

    Don't play Pokémon Go while driving

    However, in " Pokemon Go " players' point of view, that was not particularly helpful. The phrase "supposed to" is the key there. A glitch that showed all Pokemon as three steps away destroyed its usefulness nearly entirely, then Niantic removed steps altogether in a great example of salting the earth on which something handsome once grew.

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  • Iconic tourist attraction sold in $1.4-billion deal

    Before it's here, it's on the Bloomberg Terminal. Found north of Vancouver, British Columbia, the combined ski areas of Whistler and Blackcomb cover 8,171 skiable acres with a vertical drop of more than 5,000 feet. This isn't Vail's first expansion and development deal of this year. Brownlie said he does not expect the corporate takeover to cause "significant changes" to the brand or to the Northwest character of Whistler.

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  • Suspected meth lab found under parking lot of NY Wal-Mart

    Suspected meth lab found under parking lot of NY Wal-Mart

    Police found a possible meth lab under a Walmart parking lot in Amherst Monday afternoon. . He said they did not receive any tips. The channel was reportedly checked during a preventative patrol run, which led to the discovery. Officials said there was no threat of air contamination or flammability. In Walmart's parking lot? Evidence was placed in buckets and will be further inspected by the police.

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  • Exportaciones chinas suben 2.9% en julio

    Exportaciones chinas suben 2.9% en julio

    Las importaciones del país también se han reducido por 21º mes consecutivo, un 12,5% interanual a US$ 132.400 millones. "Los signos de una mayor fortaleza en la actividad manufacturera entre muchos de los grandes socios comerciales de China hasta el momento no ha sido suficiente para impulsar el crecimiento de las exportaciones", dijo Julian Evans-Pritchard, economista de Capital Economics.

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  • GOP officials: Trump puts national security 'at risk'

    GOP officials: Trump puts national security 'at risk'

    Trump lacks the character, values, and experience to be President", the letter says. The security experts say "he persistently compliments our adversaries and threatens our allies and friends". Only five months ago, 70 Republican national securities penned a similar letter blasting Trump as a "fundamentally dishonest" figure who would "make America less safe".

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  • Wal-Mart Stores to Acquire Jet.com, for $3 Billion

    Wal-Mart Stores to Acquire Jet.com, for $3 Billion

    It has more than 400,000 new shoppers added monthly and an average of 25,000 daily processed orders. Lore also has experience competing with Amazon, as CEO of Quidsi, whose main site was diapers.com. In the United States, Wal-Mart increased its total market coverage for grocery pick-up to almost 40 by the end of May, up from 22 markets at the beginning of 2016.

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  • United Kingdom industrial output growth hit 17-year high in Q2

    United Kingdom industrial output growth hit 17-year high in Q2

    Office for National Statistics figures showed industrial output rose 0.1% on the month and 1.6% on the year, gaining pace after a month-on-month decline of 0.5% in May and annual growth of 1.4%. There was also an upward revision to the deficit in May due to imports being £1.6 billion higher than first estimated. Separate figures from the ONS on Tuesday showed that Britain's trade deficit in goods widened in June to 12.409 billion pounds from May's 11.526 billion pounds, above ...

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  • William Hill Rises as FT Says Rank Group and 888 Submitted Bid

    According to the Financial Times, the offer is worth 364p per William Hill share, though merger syneriges would increase the value to 408p a share, with the information coming from two people briefed on the plans. However, it cautioned that it wasn't clear whether a deal would enhance William Hill's strategic positioning or deliver superior value to William Hill's strategy.

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  • Forest fire in California prompts evacuations

    Forest fire in California prompts evacuations

    The fire, which started Sunday between Silverwood Lake and Lake Arrowhead, is burning in two directions, said Capt. Liz Brown, a Cal Fire spokeswoman: north toward Hesperia, and northeast toward a mountain area known as the Pinnacles. These homes are east of Hesperia Lake Park. ROAD CLOSURES: HWY 173 is closed between SR-138 and Arrowhead Lake Road, Hwy 138 is now open between I-15 and Crestline / Hwy 18.

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  • New Broker Ratings For Coca-Cola Company (The) (NYSE:KO)

    New Broker Ratings For Coca-Cola Company (The) (NYSE:KO)

    Its profits were boosted by healthy gains in its investment income which increased to $54 million in the quarter compared with $34 million in the same period a year earlier. The ROA for The Coca-Cola Company tells us exactly what earnings were generated from the invested capital. Finally, Cribstone Capital Management LLC purchased a new position in Coca-Cola during the second quarter worth approximately $161,000.

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  • Kansas boy suffered fatal neck injury on waterslide

    Kansas boy suffered fatal neck injury on waterslide

    This June 2016 photo provided by David Strickland shows Caleb Thomas Schwab posing with his father Scott Schwab, a Kansas state lawmaker from Olathe. An administrative assistant with the Wyandotte County, KS, coroner's office says the post-mortem examination of Caleb Thomas Schwab began Monday morning.

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  • Oil Trades Near $42 as US Drilling Gains Sixth Week Amid Glut

    Oil Trades Near $42 as US Drilling Gains Sixth Week Amid Glut

    Prices have been fluctuating since entering a bear market last week, falling more than 20 per cent and closing below $40 a barrel for the first time since April. Futures on Friday fell 13 U.S. cents to settle at US$41.80. Total volume traded was 6.4 per cent above the 100-day average. Brent for October settlement added 8 U.S.

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