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  • Lending Club CFO Gone: Losses Widen, Shares Sink

    Lending Club CFO Gone: Losses Widen, Shares Sink

    LendingClub Corp (NYSE:LC) reached at $4.75 price level during last trade its distance from 20 days simple moving average is 5.56%, and its distance from 50 days simple moving average is 4.24% while it has a distance of -42.50% from the 200 days simple moving average.

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  • The Hartford Financial Services Group, Inc.'s (HIG)

    The Hartford Financial Services Group, Inc.'s (HIG)

    Principal Financial Group Inc (PFG) made into the market gainers list on Fridays trading session with the shares advancing 2.83% or 1.3 points. The company has a market cap of $43.80 billion and the numbers of outstanding shares have been calculated to be 491.41 million shares.

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  • United Kingdom central bank launches stimulus to counter Brexit jitters

    United Kingdom central bank launches stimulus to counter Brexit jitters

    U.S. stocks wavered on Thursday and finished barely higher as an interest-rate cut by the Bank of England proved not to be enough to get investors out of their recent cautious mode. Wall Street stocks have ended little changed as investors kept to the sidelines ahead of Friday's U.S. payrolls report for July. Gains for gold gathered momentum after jobless claims, although remaining at relatively low levels historically, rose to the highest level since the end of June.

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  • Global stocks gain after weak China data; oil retreats

    Crude prices fell in Asia on Tuesday as investors looked ahead to US industry stockpiles data and noted China consumer and producer prices remained largely in check. Several OPEC members want to revive the idea of setting new limits on oil production this fall as Iran regains much of the energy-industry might it lost during the years of Western sanctions, The Wall Street Journal reported last week.

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  • Donald Trump to flesh out economic plan today in Detroit

    Trump called his plan "the biggest tax reform since [Ronald] Reagan". On Thursday, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton will offer her vision for creating jobs in the US through investing in the country's infrastructure and manufacturing communities.

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  • Xerox Corp. (XRX) Insider Sells 13000 Shares of Stock

    Zacks Investment Research downgraded Xerox Corp . from a "buy" rating to a "hold" rating in a research note on Wednesday, April 13th. Piper Jaffray Cos. Now the company has earned "Buy" from 6 equity analysts. The shares have been rated Buy. The latest trading activity showed that the Xerox Corp price went down -12.85% from its 52-week low and trades up 17.92% versus its 52-week high.

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  • Baker Hughes Incorporated (BHI) Shares are Down -1.61%

    Baker Hughes Incorporated (BHI) Shares are Down -1.61%

    Also, SVP Alan R. Crain, Jr. sold 20,000 shares of the stock in a transaction on Monday, May 23rd. Baker Hughes Incorporated (NYSE:BHI) remained bearish with a decrease -0.04% putting the price on the $47.06 per share in last trading session ended on 8/5/2016.

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  • Trump on the economy

    At her Kissimmee event, she pledged to support Puerto Rico, saying she would do all she could to put it "back on a path of prosperity". While polls have shown that voters have deep concerns about Trump's temperament and fitness for office, he fares better on the economy.

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  • Eni, Exxon finalize deal for Mozambique LNG stake

    Eni, Exxon finalize deal for Mozambique LNG stake

    By looking at Exxon Mobil Corporation (XOM) YTD (year to date) performance, the stock shows Positive value of 14.3%. Other Hedge Funds, Including, Wedbush Securities Inc boosted its stake in XOM in the latest quarter , The investment management firm added 2,473 additional shares and now holds a total of 70,700 shares of Exxon Mobil Corporation which is valued at $6,185,543.

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  • Emirates plane crash: Indian airlines cancel, re-route Dubai flights

    Flights from Emirate Airlines were delayed by almost six hours while Air India flight was delayed by early three hours, said a airport official. " Dubai airports confirms that a total of 116 arriving flights and 121 departing flights were cancelled and a total of 44 inbound flights were diverted to neighbouring airports", they said.

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  • Dólar abre en $18.75 a la venta en bancos

    Dólar abre en $18.75 a la venta en bancos

    Bancos de la Ciudad de México ofrecen el dólar libre en 18.92 pesos, es decir, 16 centavos más baratos respecto al cierre anterior, y lo compran en 18.07. Iniciaron con un marginal sesgo a la baja, para después reportar números positivos. Mientras, el West Texas Intermediate avanza 51 centavos, para venderse en 42 pesos con 31 centavos por barril.

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  • Guess How Many Rate Hikes By the Fed in 2016?

    Guess How Many Rate Hikes By the Fed in 2016?

    He noted that Fed officials believe 125,000-150,000 jobs a month is sufficient to bring down the unemployment rate and "we're getting twice that now". This has led U.S. employers to take sigh of relief that Brexit will not lead to an economic slowdown in their home country. One curious counterpoint: While job growth has averaged 190,000 in the last three months and 206,000 in the last 12 months, inflation, both in terms of wages and in broader measures, has remained quiescent.

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  • Dutch Olympic Cyclist Annemiek Van Vleuten OK After Terrifying Crash

    Dutch Olympic Cyclist Annemiek Van Vleuten OK After Terrifying Crash

    In Olympic cycling, that is not necessarily the case. Van Vleuten's compatriot Anna van der Breggen won the women's race. CAS ruled in her favour, scrubbing the first "strike" from her record, but her results will forever have an asterisk alongside in the eyes of many who believe she should not have been in Rio at all and should instead be serving a two-year suspension.

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  • Strong mortgage lending growth in second quarter

    Strong mortgage lending growth in second quarter

    This was up 25pc compared with the previous quarter, with the market now at the highest level it was at since 2010. More than 6,800 mortgages worth €1.29 billion were drawn down by borrowers in the second quarter, an increase of 18 per cent on the same period previous year and a rise of 29 per cent from the first quarter, new figures show.

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  • Global stocks gain on China stimulus hopes; oil up further

    The measure jumped 1.3 percent on Monday to close at the highest since August 17 after the USA payrolls report was stronger than predicted by all economists in a Bloomberg survey. Data released on Tuesday shows that China's consumer price inflation accelerated at its weakest pace in six months, although the long decline in upstream prices continued to moderate.

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  • India summons Pakistani envoy over cross-border terrorism

    India summons Pakistani envoy over cross-border terrorism

    The démarche, or political initiative, said that Ali had confessed to training in LeT camps and infiltrating India. During interrogation, the 22-year-old terrorist confirmed to the NIA that he was trained by LeT in guerilla warfare and has met Jamaat-ud-Dawaah (JuD) chief Hafiz Saeed twice.

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  • RBI Governor Rajan leaves rates unchanged; warns of inflation risks

    RBI Governor Rajan leaves rates unchanged; warns of inflation risks

    Not only has Rajan kept the key rates where they were, and in the process quashed any hopes of banks lowering their lending rates, he has also cautioned against inflation reigning in excess of 5 per cent through the current fiscal. The policy update comes against the backdrop of the government fixing on Friday the inflation target for the next five years at plus or minus four per cent - a task which will be entrusted with the soon-to-be-constituted Monetary Policy Committee (MCP) to realise ...

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  • European shares up for fifth session; Altice boosted by results

    European shares up for fifth session; Altice boosted by results

    However, SFR also rose 10.5 percent, after the company said a price war in France's mobile market showed signs of easing. "We are seeing right now a more normalized competitive environment although there's still promotional activity, mainly at the low-end of the market, while we are more focused on the high-end of the market" SFR Chief Executive Officer Michel Combes said in a call with reporters.

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  • Five day strike at Southern disrupts United Kingdom rail services

    The RMT union called the strike to protest against plans to downgrade the role of the conductor on Southern Rail trains, causing cancellations across the network. During mediation talks last week, the union said it had offered to call off the strike if GTR promised there would be a second staff member on trains while negotiations continued.

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  • Iranian nuclear scientist executed for spying for the US

    He did say where or when the execution took place, but said Amiri's initial death sentence had been reviewed by an appeal court and that he had access to a lawyer. According to Politico , Amiri gave the USA information on Iran's nuclear program for years and was paid five million dollars for his help. At the time, Western countries were increasing efforts to limit Iran's nuclear program under then-president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.

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  • Purdue announces new AD from Georgia Tech

    Purdue announces new AD from Georgia Tech

    Bobinski, who has been at Tech since January 2013, will replace Morgan Burke , who is retiring from Purdue next summer. For the search that produced Bobinski, Peterson convened a search committee that was led by Tech graduate and prominent donor Steve Zelnak.

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  • Republican national security experts believe Trump will be a risky President

    Signatories Other signatories included former senior state department, Pentagon and national security council officials who helped plan and oversee the 2003 USA invasion of Iraq. Clinton has already won outright endorsements from some prominent members of the Republican foreign-policy establishment. The focus on national-security risks alienating progressive voters wary of Clinton's reputation as a foreign-policy hawk more likely to support military intervention overseas than President ...

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  • Khizr Khan: Some Republicans are cowards in moral sense

    Khizr Khan: Some Republicans are cowards in moral sense

    Trump fired back saying Khan had "no right" to "viciously" criticize him and implied that Khan's wife was forced to stay silent during the speech because she is Muslim. Kirkpatrick renewed her calls for McCain to stop supporting Trump during a campaign swing through Tucson on Tuesday. Actor and director Clint Eastwood, a prominent celebrity supporter of the Republican Party who appeared at its 2012 USA presidential nominating convention, offered an alternative view, saying Trump says some ...

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  • For 1 Brazilian, Olympics feel like his nation has arrived

    For 1 Brazilian, Olympics feel like his nation has arrived

    With U.S. swimmer Michael Phelps claiming a record-extending 19th Olympic gold medal on Sunday as he kicked off his quest for more titles and Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt preparing for an unprecedented third straight 100 metres victory, the Games were now hitting their stride.

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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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