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  • US Crude Oil Inventories Are above Their 5-Year Average

    US Crude Oil Inventories Are above Their 5-Year Average

    USA crude fell as low as $45.39, Brent touched $48.32. These large drops put crude back to levels last seen before the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and other producers including Russian Federation said they would cut output by nearly 1.8 million barrels per day (bpd) during the first half of the year in a bid to tighten the market and prop up prices.

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  • Barry Manilow cancels 2 shows to rest vocal cords

    Barry Manilow cancels 2 shows to rest vocal cords

    Barry Manilow wins the BMI Icon Award at the Annual BMI Pop Awards last week in Los Angeles, California. The entertainer is resting a sprained vocal chord, the post said. No information was immediately available about the new concert date. He said: "It was exciting when I started". "I'm just very proud that BMI chose me this year because this award is all about song writing and that's what means the most to me in my career".

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  • Gold Prices Higher on Softer Greenback

    Investors now placed a 94 percent chance of a rate hike at the Fed's June 13-14 meeting, up from roughly 70 percent ahead of the release of the Fed's statement , according to an analysis of Fed funds rate futures. The statement suggested the Fed is keeping its options open for more rate hikes this year, maybe preparing for a move as soon as June. The Fed held its benchmark rate near zero for seven years following the financial crisis to help boost the economy.

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  • Acusa a la CIA de planear asesinato de Kim Jong-un

    Muchos observadores están convencidos de que el sexto ensayo nuclear es inminente. El proyecto de ley requiere que el gobierno de Donald Trump se pronuncie, en un plazo de 90 días, sobre la decisión de volver a clasificar a Corea del Norte como "un Estado que apoya el terrorismo", una lista estadounidense de la que el país comunista había sido retirado en 2008.

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  • Airlines, DHS officials discuss laptop & tablet ban on flights from Europe ‒ report

    Some U.S. airlines have been making plans in the event of an order to require them to bar passengers from travelling to the United States without larger electronics in the cabin, airline officials briefed on the matter said. Chief among the concerns is whether any specific new threat prompted the proposal, said European Commission transport spokeswoman Anna-Kaisa Itkonen, who confirmed the talks and said the EU had no new information about a specific security concern.

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  • Canal de baja presión ocasionará tormentas y lluvias fuertes en el país

    Canal de baja presión ocasionará tormentas y lluvias fuertes en el país

    En la Península de Yucatán persistirá cielo medio nublado con 60 por ciento de probabilidad de tormentas puntuales fuertes en la región. Para la Ciudad de México se pronostica temperatura máxima de 25 a 27 grados Celsius y mínima de 13 a 15 grados Celsius y en el Estado de México , máxima de 22 a 24 grados Celsius y mínima de 6 a 8 grados Celsius.

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  • Macri viaja a Emiratos, China y Japón

    Según informó Presidencia en un comunicado, el mandatario dijo entre otras cosas, que el Gobierno está creando condiciones para que las empresas argentinas mejoren su infraestructura, aumenten la producción con mayor valor agregado y exporten más .

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  • Local ranchers optimistic about new USA trade deal with China

    Local ranchers optimistic about new USA trade deal with China

    Under the accord, the United States invites Chinese companies to import USA -produced liquefied natural gas . Under the agreement announced by both nations, China will authorise U.S. China is the top export market for United States agriculture products, with the total value of exports rising by more than 1,100% since 2000 to US$21.41 billion in 2016, so beef sales are potentially lucrative for USA exporters.

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  • Macron takes power as French president

    Macron takes power as French president

    Some analysts and opponents have questioned the strength of his mandate; though Macron defeated his rival Marine Le Pen in a landslide, many who voted for him on May 7 said they cast their ballot reluctantly, in a bid to boot out the far right.

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  • Drax Group Plc (DRX) Lifted to Buy at Jefferies Group LLC

    The stock decreased 0.59% or $0.49 during the last trading session, reaching $81.97. It is down 10.28% since October 4, 2016 and is downtrending. It has outperformed by 9.32% the S&P500. Therefore 48% are positive. BT Group plc has a one year low of $19.14 and a one year high of $33.50. GBX 4891.69's average target is -2.67% below currents GBX 5026 stock price.

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  • Snyder to name new justice to Michigan Supreme Court

    Courts of Appeal, the most influential courts after the Supreme Court, a priority. Two judges from that list were among the 10 nominees named Monday . There's no doubt a bench filled with Republican-backed judges will have a positive impact on the gun rights side of that debate. But McCormack says they share a philosophy that courts should apply the law to each case, not create it.

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  • Dollar steady with eyes on Fed for rate clues; kiwi higher

    Federal Reserve Board Chairwoman Janet Yellen and her colleagues opted to keep interest rates unchanged. "Most participants anticipated that gradual increases in the federal funds rate would continue and judged that a change to the committee's reinvestment policy would likely be appropriate later this year".

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  • US told by rest of G7: don't go it alone

    US told by rest of G7: don't go it alone

    Subsequently, many global trade issues were put off the table during the Bari meeting, and the G7 discussed economic growth, cyberattacks, fiscal policies, and financial regulation (or deregulation, the case with the US). Padoan said Mnuchin had told them tax reform would be "neither short nor simple" in light of opposition in Congress. During his presidential campaign, Trump repeatedly charged that past administrations had failed to take a tough stand on enforcing trade agreements and ...

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  • 'The Olympic spirit is incredibly strong in LA' says IOC official

    The evaluation group, visiting the city for four days, began touring the proposed venues on Thursday (11May17), with Wasserman and Mayor Eric Garcetti taking the committee members on a tour of the Staples Center , home of Bryant's former team, the Los Angeles Lakers, and city rivals the Los Angeles Clippers .

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  • Repercussions Continue From Global Ransomware Attack

    According to the [BBC] Information obtained by software firm Citrix under Freedom of Information laws in December suggest up to 90% of NHS trusts were still using Windows XP , However NHS Digital says it is a "much smaller number". "The expensive part is the clean up of the machine and restoring the encrypted data", he said. "This is one of the largest global ransomware attacks the cyber community has ever seen", said Rich Barger, director of threat research with Splunk, one of the firms ...

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  • Fairfax Media receives revised $2.7bn offer for whole business

    Fairfax Media receives revised $2.7bn offer for whole business

    Fairfax shares on Friday closed at $1.07 each, indicating a market value of $2.46 billion for the company. That would have left investors with scrip exposure to the publisher's radio division, regional and New Zealand titles, a stake in an online television streaming start-up and its debt.

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  • United out to spoil Spurs party

    We had to do it. You can't play two big competitions with 15 players. It's as simple as that. Looking to the future of Tottenham, things are certainly bright as not only the squad improves their talents but as Spurs establish themselves as a regular force in the Premier League.

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  • Macri llegó esta madrugada a China donde estará 5 días

    Xi Jinping fue el encargado de abrir la ceremonia de inicio de ese foro, con un discurso en el que retomó el espíritu humanitario, ancestral y multilateral de la antigua ruta de la seda para explicar la nueva iniciativa que ya incluye a cien países, y que busca renovar la traza de conectividad y abrir grandes arterias de "interacción del capital, la tecnología y el movimiento libre de personas".

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  • Goldman Sachs warns oil prices on the brink of 'capitulation'

    The energy component was already trading higher on Wednesday after data released by the American Petroleum Institute late Tuesday showed USA inventories fell by 5.79 million barrels. For the week ended May 3, the EIA said that crude oil inventories fell by 5.25 million barrels, which confounded expectations of a draw of 1.79 million barrels.

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  • Macri tuvo su primer contacto con su par Xi Jinping en Beijing

    Macri tuvo su primer contacto con su par Xi Jinping en Beijing

    El jefe de Estado está acompañado por una comitiva que integran gobernadores, ministros, funcionarios y el titular de la Cámara de Diputados de la Nación, Emilio Monzó. Los jefes de Estado de Argentina y Chile son los únicos americanos invitados a participar del foro junto a otros 27 líderes de Belarús, Camboya, República Checa, Vietnam, Uzbekistán, Turquía, Suiza, Sri Lanka, España, Serbia, Rusia, Polonia, Filipinas, Pakistán, Myanmar, Mongolia, Malasia, Indonesia, Laos, Kenia, Etiopía, ...

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  • Checo Pérez: 'Este equipo no tiene límite'

    El piloto Sergio “Checo” Pérez volvió a sacar la garra para clasificar a la Q3 en Barcelona , donde este domingo partirá desde el octavo lugar de salida mientras que su compañero Esteban Ocon saldrá décimo. Al final, Fernley fue cuestionado sobre el futuro de Sergio Pérez , quien termina su contrato este año y quien suena como opción para Ferrari el próximo año.

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  • Trump chooses Riyadh for his first trip overseas

    Trump chooses Riyadh for his first trip overseas

    Speaking to reporters after the Trump administration said the president would visit Riyadh this month, Adel al-Jubeir said the trip would include a bilateral summit, a meeting with Arab Gulf leaders and another with leaders of Arab and Muslim countries.

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