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  • Reconoce FMI solidez de fundamentos macroeconómicos en México

    Al mismo tiempo, las economías de América Central y México se ven afectadas por las incertidumbres con relación al futuro de las relaciones comerciales con Estados Unidos. "'Una recuperación cíclica probablemente sea insuficiente por sí sola para restaurar la rentabilidad de bancos débiles de manera persistente' en Europa, indicó el FMI en su informe de 'Estabilidad Financiera Global" presentado ayer, al referirse al crecimiento económico estimado del 1.7 % para 2017.

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  • Malcorra, sobre la situación de Venezuela:

    Malcorra, sobre la situación de Venezuela: "se está yendo de madre"

    La canciller, que ayer se reunió con el pontìfice, también se refirió a la crisis que existe en Venezuela y al próximo encuentro entre el presidente y Trump . Además, Malcorra evitó hablar sobre la postergada visita de Francisco a la Argentina . Malcorra dijo que el Papa "entiende que el mundo está en una situación de tercera guerra mundial en cocción lenta.

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  • América Latina retomará este año crecimiento económico — FMI

    Con respecto la inflación, el FMI considera que cerrará el año en 7,7% (es decir, fuera del rango meta de entre 3 y 7% que estableció el Banco Central). "La actividad económica mundial está repuntando y, por su parte, la inversión, la manufactura y el comercio internacional experimentan una recuperación cíclica largamente esperada", señala el documento, presentado al inicio de la reunión de primavera del FMI y del Banco Mundial , que se celebra esta semana en Washington .

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  • General Mills, Inc. (NYSE:GIS), Commercial Metals Company (NYSE:CMC)

    Jacobi Capital Management LLC increased its stake in shares of General Mills by 400.0% in the third quarter. The stock floated in a price range of $17.64 to $18.40, with market capitalization of $2.07B. On average, equities analysts forecast that General Mills, Inc. will post $3.06 earnings per share for the current year. The company also recently disclosed a quarterly dividend, which will be paid on Monday, May 1st.

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  • Chaffetz may not finish final term in Congress

    It's not terribly complicated then to conclude that Chaffetz decided that the best way for him to get elected governor in three years time is to get the heck out of Washington as soon as possible. He did send a letter to the Office of Government Ethics after White House adviser Kellyanne Conway endorsed Ivanka Trump's retail brand during a cable news interview.

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  • 11 killed in overnight violence in Venezuela

    The statement Toner released mentioned nothing of the sort, and was focused on non-violence and accountability in Venezuela, reminding the Venezuelan government and security forces of their duty to protect peaceful protests, not prevent them-also declaring that if the state continued on this path of gross oppression, those responsible will all be held accountable by the Venezuelan people and the worldwide community.

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  • San Francisco power outage sparked by equipment failure

    California Pacific Hospital and Saint Francis Hospital remained open during the outage and were using backup generators to operate, it said. About 25,000 customers had their power go back on by mid-afternoon, but many were expected to be in the dark until as late as 5 p.m.

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  • North Korea threatens Australia with nuclear strike

    Take a look. "With regard to the USS Carl Vinson carrier group, our expectation is that they will be in position in a matter of days before the end of this month". Earlier this week, while visiting the buffer between North Korea and South Korea, Pence warned North Korea "not to test" the US, warning that the "era of strategic patience" with the country's development of its nuclear arsenal is over.

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  • Trump to insist on border wall funds as budget deadline looms

    Asked if Trump would sign off on a spending bill that didn't include funding for the wall, Sessions said: "He'll make those decisions". He added: "No one foresees or wants a shutdown next week". My base definitely wants the border wall. "I think there's still question marks about, wait a minute, this is a guy that said Mexicans are going to pay for it, and now it's going on a spending bill borne by the US taxpayer", he said on CNN.

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  • Stock futures little changed as French election in focus

    Stock futures little changed as French election in focus

    A steady stream of strong earnings through the week helped to buoy market sentiment. Of the 57 companies in the S&P 500 that have reported earnings through Wednesday morning, about 75 percent have topped expectations, according to Thomson Reuters data, above the 71 percent average for the past four quarters.

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  • Le Pen Urges Government To Immediately Reinstate French Borders After Paris Attack

    Le Pen Urges Government To Immediately Reinstate French Borders After Paris Attack

    Thursday's assault, in which one police officer was killed and two others were wounded, was claimed by terrorist group Islamic State. His government mobilized over 50,000 police and gendarmes to protect polling stations. The 11 candidates are voting throughout the day. Unpopular incumbent President Francois Hollande, who made the unusual move past year of pledging to not stand for re-election, voted in his political fiefdom of Tulle in Correze, southwestern France.

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  • What was on display at yesterday's military march?

    What was on display at yesterday's military march?

    This came amid reports of activity at a nuclear test site in North Korea ahead of today's 105th anniversary of the birth of the country's founder Kim Il Sung, fuelling speculation of an imminent nuclear test . The state news agency said the Trump administration's "serious military hysteria " had reached a "dangerous phase which can no longer be overlooked".

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  • Mattel shares drop after toy maker posts disappointing sales

    Altfest L J & Co. Bollard Group LLC raised its position in shares of Mattel by 1.5% in the first quarter. Handler also suggested that as opposed to Mattel's history of blunders, Hasbro has actually "done a very good job" over the past three years in executing on its strategy.

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  • Power fully restored after San Francisco outage

    Power fully restored after San Francisco outage

    The outage was caused by a fire in a substation after a circuit breaker failure. "When it failed, it created a fire in the insulation surrounding the breaker ..." According to Anderson, the Larkin substation where the equipment failed was previously identified as needing renovations in 2017-2018.

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  • Australia unveils major changes to citizenship process

    Australia unveils major changes to citizenship process

    But a witch trial on "Australian values" is a useful distraction for a government without objective. Applicants will be made to take a new English test, make a commitment to embrace "Australian values" and show proof of their integration into the Australian "way of life".

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  • Georgia House race now down to two candidates

    Turnout is key in all elections but especially in a special runoff. "We all have to rise above it, that it is about the district that has a long legacy of Republican leadership". "The racial demographics are a little bit different, and actually some of the income demographics", she says. "We have a lot of wind at our back".

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  • March for Science draws massive crowds across US

    March for Science draws massive crowds across US

    People held signs condemning budget cuts to science research and demanding action on climate change. Beth Tibbetts fought back tears as she marched and spoke about her feelings toward Trump's stance on environmental science. Of the Trump administration, Fischer said, "I know very little about politics". Asked at the White House's roll-out of the spending proposal about the cuts to climate change-related programs, Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney said those programs ...

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  • Bill O'Reilly ousted from Fox News amid harassment allegations

    Bill O'Reilly ousted from Fox News amid harassment allegations

    Powers said she also complained to then-Fox News CEO Roger Ailes. Walsh does not have a legal claim against O'Reilly because of the statute of limitations on harassment cases in NY and California, but she did report the matter to the human resources hotline of the company last week.

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  • Wilkins Investment Counsel Inc. Has $620000 Stake in Chevron Co. (CVX)

    Wilkins Investment Counsel Inc. Has $620000 Stake in Chevron Co. (CVX)

    Overall, 4.97 Million shares exchanged hands versus its average trading volume of 6.52 Million shares. Managed Asset Portfolios LLC's holdings in Chevron were worth $1,503,000 at the end of the most recent quarter. In the trailing 12 months period, return on assets ratio of the Company was -0.20% and return on equity ratio was -0.30% while its return on investment ratio was -1.40%.

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  • El futbol ha sido cruel con Cruz Azul, según los números

    El futbol ha sido cruel con Cruz Azul, según los números

    Ante esto, el "Gato" aseguró que tratará de tener un buen cierre de torneo, pues anhela permanecer en los vagones de La Máquina . Sobre la situación que vive el equipo, que no clasificará por sexto torneo consecutivo a la liguilla por el título, Silva descartó calificarlo como fracaso .

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  • United Airlines CEO: No firings over passenger dragging

    United Airlines CEO: No firings over passenger dragging

    United had said it needed to bump passengers from the flight in order to make room for four of its own crew members who were required to be in Louisville, Ky.by the next day. Shares of United Continental Holdings Inc were down 4.12 percent in Tuesday afternoon trading. "It was a system failure across various areas", Muñoz told reporters.

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  • EPA chief tours toxic East Chicago site

    EPA chief tours toxic East Chicago site

    They fear that the dramatic budget cuts proposed for the EPA - including the rumored closing of its Region 5 office in downtown Chicago - could potentially hinder cleanup efforts. NAACP President Cornell Brooks, members of his organization's IN chapter and East Chicago community leaders wrote a list of demands to present at that meeting.

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  • White House tries to clear confusion over USS Vinson mission

    White House tries to clear confusion over USS Vinson mission

    And the U.S. Defense Department on Tuesday said the Vinson is now in waters off the northwest coast of Australia and expected to sail north towards the east coast of the Korean Peninsula within 24 hours. Haley's comments come amid escalating tensions between the US and North Korea. The episode raised questions about whether major allies of the US, like South Korea and Japan, had been informed of the carrier's whereabouts, and whether the misinformation undercut United States strategy to ...

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  • Trump eyes change to tax and Wall St rules

    No one - maybe including his staff, apparently - knows for sure what the details of the president's forthcoming tax plan will be, but such confusion and lack of coordination is hardly rare in Trump's White House. For each penny spent by Trump, they want a penny in new budget revenues. Instead, a senior administration official said the President would only release the "parameters" that Mr Trump expected a tax plan to follow in the long congressional debate that surely would follow.

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