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  • Trump suggests he may cancel all White House press briefings

    It is unclear if such tapes exist, however. Later Friday, White House press secretary Sean Spicer repeatedly refused to say whether Trump secretly recorded his conversations with Comey - or has done so with any other White House visitors, including members of Congress and foreign dignitaries.

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  • Moon to send lawmaker as special envoy to China

    Mr. Moon believes he can set a dual course - on the one hand, putting pressure on President Kim Jong-un of North Korea; on the other, leaving room for engagement and negotiation. Moreover, although Trump has used some tough rhetoric when it comes to North Korea and its leader, the US government has wavered multiple times on the matter.

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  • Banks tipped off to new tax: Hinch calls for investigation

    Banks tipped off to new tax: Hinch calls for investigation

    Australian government net debt will peak at A$375.1 billion ($399.76b) within the next two years - the highest level in 40 years. The Treasurer has already warned them not to pass it on to consumers, and noted that if they do then the rest of the banking sector would get an advantage.

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  • Britain's Vodafone reports net loss of €6.1 bil

    Britain's Vodafone reports net loss of €6.1 bil

    Vodafone said its adjusted operating earnings rose 5.8% from a year ago to €14.149 billion ($15.6 billion), missing the €15.1 billion estimate complied by FactSet. In the first half, Vodafone initially took a non-cash impairment of 5.0 billion euros on its Indian activities and blamed a sharp increase in competition.

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  • OPEC sees much higher oil supply from rivals in 2017

    On the New York Mercantile Exchange crude futures for June delivery rose 0.49% to $47.56 a barrel, while on London's Intercontinental Exchange, Brent gained 0.44% to $50.44 a barrel. Oil prices rose on Thursday, and Brent was firmly back over $50 per barrel, as a fall in U.S. fuel inventories and a bigger-than-expected cut in Saudi supplies to Asia tightened the market.

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  • Toronto Blue Jays Place Francisco Liriano on DL

    Toronto Blue Jays Place Francisco Liriano on DL

    Pillar hit a shot to left-center off of Mariners' closer Edwin Diaz to end the game. Astros 3, Yankees 2: Defensive replacement Jake Marisnick made a flawless throw from left field to nail Jacoby Ellsbury at the plate for the final out, and Houston held off NY in a matchup between teams with the best records in baseball.

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  • Scotland needs choice on independence at end of Brexit: Sturgeon

    Scotland needs choice on independence at end of Brexit: Sturgeon

    The Erasmus programme is a scheme to facilitate students studying overseas more easily throughout European countries. "By calling a snap election, of course, she's given people the opportunity to give democratic legitimacy to these proposals - so my message is if you don't want to see the Scottish economy damaged by Theresa May's extreme approach to Brexit then back the SNP so I can make sure that Scotland's interests are protected in these negotiations".

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  • México es el país más afectado por Ciberataque en América Latina

    México es el país más afectado por Ciberataque en América Latina

    En cuarto y quinto lugar están Colombia y Chile . A nivel mundial, México es el quinto país más afectado sólo después de Rusia , Ucrania , China e India . Bestuzhev alerta que el virus está diseñado para correr en cualquier red, ya sea gubernamental, del sector privado, saludo o fuerzas armadas, por lo que advirtió que "Si existe una vulnerabilidad que pueda ser explotada y el sistema operativo corre en Windows , el ransomware va a descifrar los archivos.

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  • Trump accused of divulging top secret intelligence to Russians

    Top administration officials are denying a report that President Donald Trump revealed highly classified information to Russian officials during a meeting at the White House last week. SHAPIRO: You report that after the meeting with these two Russians, senior White House officials took steps to contain the damage. A Washington Post correspondent stood by his story Monday night as the White House tried to declare it "false".

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  • Exelon (EXC) Receives Daily Coverage Optimism Score of 0.23

    During the same quarter past year, the business posted $0.68 earnings per share. The company is expected to report its next earnings results on Tuesday, August 8th. The business also recently announced a quarterly dividend, which will be paid on Friday, June 9th. The ex-dividend date of this dividend is Thursday, May 11th.

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  • Oil prices soar as KSA, Russia back extension of output cut

    The largest of the 24 producers that agreed to a deal to cut supply for six months starting in January are reaffirming their commitment to the agreement amid growing doubts over its effectiveness so far. Total volume traded was about 5 per cent below the 100-day average. Brent crude futures were at US$51.95 per barrel at 0457 GMT, up 13 cents, or 0.3%, from their last close.

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  • ONU condena nuevo ensayo de misiles de Corea del Norte

    Estamos categóricamente en contra de la expansión del club de las potencias nucleares. Agregó que Estados Unidos continuará "apretando las tuercas" a Corea del Norte . El misil recorrió entre 700 y 800 kilómetros antes de estrellarse en las aguas territoriales del mar de Japón , según añadió un comunicado atribuido al Estado Mayor Conjunto de Corea del Sur .

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  • Vladimir Putin blames USA for global cyber attack

    Vladimir Putin blames USA for global cyber attack

    The Russian leader isn't shy about displaying himself as a macho renaissance man, also participating in judo, ice hockey and horseback riding ― the latter sometimes shirtless. "With regard to the source of these threats, then I believe that Microsoft has spoken directly about this", Putin said. I can not say I played, I was just pressing the keys with two or three fingers.

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  • China promueve la apertura económica con una "Ruta de la Seda"

    El presidente turco Recep Tayyip Erdogan, dijo que "el centro de gravedad de la economía se ha movido hacia el este a una velocidad muy importante", y agregó tajante que: "Queremos trabajar con China". Argentina tiene en relación a China una balanza comercial deficitaria en 5.000 millones de dólares anuales. Cuando concreten el primer encuentro bilateral de la gira, Macri y Xi Jinping abordarán, entre otros temas, la continuidad de las obras en dos represas ubicadas en la patagónica ...

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  • Amazon Launches New Echo with Touchscreen

    Just ask Alexa to show you. Amazon has officially unveiled Amazon Echo Show, an Alexa-packing, touchscreen version of its pre-existing Amazon Echo device. The Echo Show is set to hit the USA on 28 June and will set back buyers by $229 (£176), but there is no word on when the Echo Show will reach United Kingdom shores.

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  • Oil jumps on Opec cut optimism

    Futures climbed for a fifth day in NY, extending a 2.1 per cent jump Monday after the Saudi and Russian energy ministers said they favour extending curbs until the end of March. The greenback also lost ground against other major rivals, including the euro, extending the weakness the dollar saw on Friday, when downbeat economic data eroded much of last week's gain.

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  • Macquarie Group Ltd. Boosts Stake in Rite Aid Co. (RAD)

    BlackRock Fund Advisors raised its stake in Rite Aid by 4.1% in the third quarter. About 710,958 shares traded. Finally, Gemmer Asset Management LLC acquired a new position in Rite Aid during the first quarter worth about $140,000. A number of equities analysts have recently commented on the stock. The consensus recommendation, according to Zacks Investment research , is 2.5.

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  • EasyJet shares in hard landing as losses soar

    She told the BBC : "Nineteen out of 21 years, Easyjet has lost money in the winter and actually, airlines do lose money in the winter". Easyjet has reported its biggest loss under Dame Carolyn McCall after being hit by intense competition, a weak pound and a later Easter.

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  • Fiscalización busca fortalecer partidos políticos, no debilitarlos: INE

    Fiscalización busca fortalecer partidos políticos, no debilitarlos: INE

    Precisó que para que la fiscalización llegue a buen puerto y garantice la equidad en las contiendas, se requiere de un acompañamiento y de un cumplimiento de responsabilidades de los partidos de informar con base en las reglas, "a menos que la actitud de los sujetos fiscalizados sea la de ocultar información , porque en ese caso la fiscalización sí se convierte en un brazo, que evidencia omisiones o irregularidades".

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  • Russia, Saudi Arabia agree to extend oil output cuts until March 2018

    Russia, Saudi Arabia agree to extend oil output cuts until March 2018

    West Texas Intermediate crude was up 3.45% to $49.49 a barrel on Monday morning. They will present their position to other countries ahead of a meeting between Opec and other producing nations later this month in Vienna. According to both the ministers, the deal aims to rebalance the supply and demand globally with an aim to bring down global inventories to the levels of the 5-year average.

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  • Attack sparks debate on when spy agencies should disclose cyber holes

    Attack sparks debate on when spy agencies should disclose cyber holes

    Mikko Hypponen, chief research officer at the Helsinki-based cybersecurity company F-Secure, said ransomware attacks like WannaCry are "not going to be the norm". "That means those customers will not have received the above mentioned security update released in March", it said. As per the Cyber Swachhta Kendra (Botnet Cleaning and Malware Analysis Centre), ransomware spreads by using a vulnerability in implementations of "Server Message Block" (SMB) in Windows systems.

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  • Xi pide crear un mecanismo global de coordinación de políticas de desarrollo

    Durante los dos días en los que se desarrolló el OBOR , un total de 68 países y organizaciones internacionales han firmado acuerdos de cooperación con China y se ha preparado una lista con más de 270 proyectos de cooperación . Por su parte, el secretario general de las Naciones Unidas, Antonio Guterres , señaló que el ascenso de China demuestra que ya estamos en un nuevo mundo multipolar, pero que éste "no garantiza la paz ni la prosperidad" globales.

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  • Amazon's new Alexa speaker has a screen too

    You can stream YouTube videos, photos and other visual contents using its decent screen. The voice-controlled screen still packs the "ears" of the Echo , with eight microphones that can hear you from across a room. However, with the announcement of the Amazon Echo Show , the criticism is now rendered invalid. Just ask Alexa to make a call and it's done. Furthermore, it will also be found on the Alexa apps for Android and iOS in an upcoming update.

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  • Home Depot, Inc. (The) (NYSE:HD) closed with a change of 0.46%

    Kistler Tiffany Companies LLC now owns 686 shares of the home improvement retailer's stock worth $101,000 after buying an additional 107 shares in the last quarter. That value represents a market adjusting for revenues that have been growing by 5.85 % on a quarterly year/year basis as of the company's last quarterly report.

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  • Anheuser-Busch boosts spending to adapt to fragmented market

    Anheuser-Busch boosts spending to adapt to fragmented market

    Susquehanna Bancshares Inc reiterated their hold rating on shares of Anheuser Busch Inbev NV (NYSE:BUD) in a research note published on Thursday, May 4th. Edmond DE Rothschild Holding S.A. now owns 1,800 shares of the consumer goods maker's stock worth $198,000 after buying an additional 940 shares during the period.

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  • Upbeat markets shrug off cyber and North Korean missile fears

    Upbeat markets shrug off cyber and North Korean missile fears

    On Monday, Brent crude was trading around $52 a barrel, up from below $49 earlier in May. But nerves about the pace of Chinese and USA growth, and odd trends generated by record low volatility globally were lingering in the background and the DAX was down 0.1 percent on the day by 1200 GMT.

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