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  • Rugby MP confirms plan to stand in general election

    May said the snap election was aimed at overcoming divisions in parliament, succeeding in Brexit negotiations with the European Union, and ensuring stability in the country. He told MPs earlier in the Commons: "We welcome the opportunity of a general election because it gives the British people the chance to vote for a Labour government that will put the interests of the majority first".

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  • ANZ Selling Vietnam Retail Business to Shinhan Financial

    ANZ Selling Vietnam Retail Business to Shinhan Financial

    ANZ Vietnam will be offloading its retail banking arm to Shinhan Vietnam by the end of 2017, to focus primarily on its institutional banking in the country, ANZ Vietnam said in its latest press release . The sale is in line with a strategy to simplify ANZ and improve capital efficiency, allowing the bank to focus its resources on institutional banking, said Farhan Faruqui , ANZ's executive for its worldwide division.

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  • China también se alista para una posible guerra — Crisis en Oriente

    Las imágenes fueron exhibidas por el 105 aniversario del fundador del país, Kim Il-sung. Tras el estallido, aparece una bandera estadounidense en llamas con una imagen superpuesta de un cementerio . Actualmente existe cierta confusión sobre la ubicación de un grupo de ataque que incluye a un portaaviones estadounidense . La confusión respecto del rumbo del barco comenzó el 9 de abril, cuando desde la fuerza naval habían asegurado que se dirigía hacia el Pacífico, en respuesta ...

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  • Obama to hold first public event of his post-presidency

    Obama to hold first public event of his post-presidency

    Former President Barack Obama is expected to speak at the University of Chicago on Monday. The former president will stay in Chicago for several days after the event, according to the Tribune . "It's not in anyone's interest ... for [Obama] to become the face of the resistance or narrate the Trump presidency", a source told The Hill earlier this month.

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  • Kate Spade Shares Slide After Earnings Miss

    Volume on the day was 1.69 million shares. The stock touched 52-week High of $26.46 on 04/28/16 and 52-week Low of $14.02 on 12/22/16. The stock's price switched up -15.01% 20-Days Simple Moving Average, dropped -17.63% from 50-Days Simple Moving Average and fell -4.66% from 200 Days Simple Moving Average.

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  • Trump presentará plan de impuestos con recortes

    Trump presentará plan de impuestos con recortes "masivos"

    Trump realizó la primera visita de su mandato al Departamento del Tesoro para firmar esas nuevas medidas orientadas a impulsar la desregulación fiscal y financiera , uno de los pilares de su agenda económica. "La orden de Trump pide revisar todas las regulaciones impositivas de 2016, con objeto de determinar si son una carga injustificada para los contribuyentes, innecesariamente complejas o exceden lo permitido por ley", sostuvo el secretario desde la Casa Blanca .

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  • White House Demands Risk Government Shutdown

    White House Demands Risk Government Shutdown

    Because the negotiations between Democrats and Republicans to prevent a government shutdown have deliberately avoided bringing up a border wall, Mulvaney's announcement could undermine one of the key premises that have allowed both parties to move forward in developing a stopgap spending bill.

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  • Pence Pledges to Honor 'Dumb Deal' With Australia on Refugees

    The deal would be honoured but not necessarily admired, visiting Vice-President Mike Pence said after talks with Australian PM Malcolm Turnbull. Beyond the refugee deal, Pence and Turnbull said they had discussed issues including the North Korea crisis, the situation in the South China Sea and the strengthening of bilateral trade between the two countries.

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  • Russian troops kill two Islamic State-trained militants - Anti-Terror Committee

    Russian troops kill two Islamic State-trained militants - Anti-Terror Committee

    The fighters belonged to a so-called "sleeper cell which pledged allegiance to Islamic State [IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL]", the statement said . The neutralized criminals were preliminarily identified: "one of them was the leader of the cell who had been trained in the IS [Daesh] camps and arrived to Russian Federation to carry out terror attacks, while the other was its active member", the statement said.

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  • World oil prices edge down over expected climb in U.S. output

    World oil prices edge down over expected climb in U.S. output

    Gasoline stocks posted a counter-seasonal build of 1.5 million barrels. Oil dropped to a two-week low after a report showed US gasoline supplies gained for the first time in nine weeks as crude output rose. On Wednesday, the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries' Secretary-General Mohammad Barkindo called on all non-OPEC producers who aren't part of the output-cut agreement to join the pact, according to a news report from Platts.

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  • Pagegroup PLC (MPI) Receives "Hold" Rating from Jefferies Group LLC

    Currently, EPS of AstraZeneca PLC (AZN ) is 0.61 while the analysts predicted the EPS of the stock to be 0.59 suggesting the company fell short of the analysts' expectations. Stock is now moving with a positive distance from the 200 day simple moving average of approximately 3.78%, and has a solid year to date (YTD) performance of 14.59% which means the stock is constantly adding to its value from the previous fiscal year end price.

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  • USA crude stockpiles fall unexpectedly

    West Texas Intermediate for May delivery was at $53.51 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange, up 11 cents, at 1.40pm in Singapore. Brent crude, the worldwide benchmark for oil, was down 8 cents from its previous close at $55.90 per barrel (bbl) at 7:25 a.m.

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  • Glen Coffee attempting comeback after Army service

    Glen Coffee attempting comeback after Army service

    Selected in the third round of the 2009 draft, Coffee rushed 83 times for 226 yards and reeled in 11 receptions for 76 yards and a touchdown during his lone season with the San Francisco 49ers. But that didn't last. "I just knew that I didn't want to waste, for me, my younger years doing something that I didn't want to do". That mindset has apparently changed.

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  • UK Parliament approves early general election

    UK Parliament approves early general election

    While many critics of Britain's withdrawal from the European Union hope that an early general election will give them a chance to obstruct the process, opinion polls suggest it will do the opposite, strengthening May's power to force through any deal she negotiates.

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  • Mexican's immigration status is in dispute over deportation

    Mexican's immigration status is in dispute over deportation

    Montes was convicted of shoplifting in July 2016 and sentenced to probation, according to Homeland Security, although that doesn't appear to have affected his status. "These young folks came forward, they filed paperwork, they got their background checks done, they paid their fees and in exchange, the government promised them that they did not have to fear deportation - that they could get work authorization to continue their lives, to study and work, that they wouldn't be summarily deported, ...

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  • Saudi Arabia said to reduce oil output to lowest since January

    US West Texas Intermediate ( WTI ) crude futures were up 26c at $53.66 a barrel, on track for a seventh straight session of gains. Despite this, there are still some concerns that oil markets remain bloated and oversupplied, especially in the United States where both production and inventories are surging.

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  • Why you should care about the French election

    Why you should care about the French election

    Mr Trump said in an interview with the Associated Press that Mrs Le Pen is "strongest on borders, and she's the strongest on what's been going on in France". Although it may not be an official endorsement, a former president directly reaching out to a French presidential candidate days before an election is still significant.

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  • Netflix customer growth slightly slower than expected in Q1

    The company now has over 98.75 million subscribers and it expects to pass the 100 million milestone by this weekend. 'But Netflix clearly had a vision before those devices became so ubiquitous'. The gap, then, could start to close very quickly. ReThink Technology Solutions estimates the current SVOD market in Europe to be ~$5.0 billion. In turn the number of net additions have fallen; Netflix now expects to have 8.15 million net adds, compared to 8.42 million net adds in the first half ...

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  • Justice Department Puts Pressure On Sanctuary Cities

    Justice Department Puts Pressure On Sanctuary Cities

    The cities which received the threatening letters have until July 30 of this year to provide documentation showing they are in compliance with federal immigration law. Cook County, Illinois also received a warning, even though it did not get money from the Justice Department past year. White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said Friday that "greater latitude to deny federal grants to sanctuary cities" was a priority for the administration in the budget bill, along with money for a border ...

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  • Apple receives permit in California to test self-driving cars, DMV says

    According to Autotrader executive analyst, Michelle Kreb , few details have been revealed about Apple's plans for self-driving cars. While big-players like Google (via Waymo) and Uber have generated a lot of publicity over their autonomous vehicle technology, with Apple this has been more of the case of rumor without substance.

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  • Le Pen Says She Won't Force Euro Exit on France After Election

    One police officer died after a gunman wielding a machine gun leapt out of a auto and opened fire on the Champs-Elysees, Paris's most famous boulevard, as candidates were engaging in their final TV debate. Investors seem relatively confident that while Le Pen might well win enough votes on Sunday to make the second round on May 7, she will then be comfortably beaten, probably by the market-friendly, centrist candidate Emmanuel Macron.

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  • Raiders open at Titans, featured in five prime-time games for 2017

    Raiders open at Titans, featured in five prime-time games for 2017

    But there's no backing out of this trip. Their move to Las Vegas was ratified by the National Football League owners and they plan to be there starting in either 2019 or 2020. 22: New England vs. Atlanta, 8:30 p.m. The NFL gave the Eagles a tough start, with three of their first four games on the road, and it gets even tougher after the team's bye week in Week 10 .

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  • United will save evidence in dragged passenger case, lawyer says

    United will save evidence in dragged passenger case, lawyer says

    Last month the airline was embroiled in another high-profile row after a gate agent stopped two girls from boarding a flight because they were wearing leggings. United Airlines could be bracing for impact from its PR ordeal. "This is one of our initial steps in a review of our policies". Almost a week since the incident, United is still dealing with the backlash.

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  • March for Science events to take place around the world

    March for Science events to take place around the world

    Scientists stage anti-Trump rally in San Francisco five months ago. Martin said she hopes attendees stay at Moser Park after their march for Save Maumee's 12th annual Earth Day celebration. And on both sides of the Atlantic, there is less funding to support independent research. Past efforts by NASA to explore outer space have led to many scientific discoveries about the nature of our universe.

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  • Ontario mulls non-resident speculation tax

    Real estate agent Sabrina Ataullah-Jan said that Canadian properties are undervalued and that is why the Toronto area has an influx of foreign investment. Frankly, it's a free market and market forces will prevail ultimately as we proceed forward", Sousa said. Queen's Park also has plans to review the real estate industry, checking on practices such as double ending where a realtor represents the buyers and the seller.

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  • Trump to sign executive actions that could

    The president did not provide any details about the coming measure, but noted that it would contain a "massive tax cut" for individuals and businesses. He provided no specifics but said he would outline his plan "Wednesday or shortly thereafter". Trump and Mnuchin have frequently panned the US tax code.

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