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  • Indian tycoon faces extradition after United Kingdom arrest

    They also said that he was arrested when he attended a central London police station. "The Indian Government has done a good job to get Vijay Mallya back to India, as they had followed all the legal procedures properly". Home Secretary Rudd has taken several initiative to make London clean of financial crimes like fraud, money laundering and corruption. The liquor baron, however, fled the country days before the apex court took up the case against him.

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  • Lloyds Banking Group PLC (LLOY) Stock Rating Reaffirmed by BNP Paribas

    Lloyds Banking Group PLC (LLOY) Stock Rating Reaffirmed by BNP Paribas

    Lloyds Banking Group PLC has a 1-year low of GBX 47.10 and a 1-year high of GBX 74.00. The firm now has a sell rating on the financial services provider's stock. JPMorgan Chase & Co. increased their price objective on shares of Lloyds Banking Group PLC from GBX 68 ($0.84) to GBX 70 ($0.87) and gave the stock a neutral rating in a research note on Monday, December 12th.

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  • Para la UIA, la industria se desplomó 9% en febrero

    Para la UIA, la industria se desplomó 9% en febrero

    También registraron fuertes bajas: metales básicos (9,8%) por la menor fabricación de acero; metalmecánica (6,9%); minerales no metálicos (4,5%) por la baja en la construcción (3,4%); papel y cartón (10,3%); edición e impresión (8,5%), sustancias y productos químicos (3,3%).

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  • Saudi oil minister says production cuts may need to continue

    Saudi oil minister says production cuts may need to continue

    The deal has led to a rise in oil prices of about 20 per cent from last year's average for benchmark North Sea Brent crude of US$45 to the mid to high $50s. He said talks were ongoing. Though many ministers have indicated their support for an extension of the production cuts, Falih said that OPEC was "still communicating with many countries".

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  • Winslow Evans & Crocker Inc. Sells 610 Shares of Williams Companies Inc (WMB)

    Winslow Evans & Crocker Inc. Sells 610 Shares of Williams Companies Inc (WMB)

    Hartford Financial Management Inc.'s holdings in Williams Companies were worth $260,000 as of its most recent filing with the SEC. Several other analysts have also recently weighed in on the company. Investors of record on Friday, March 10th were given a dividend of $0.30 per share. The ex-dividend date of this dividend was Wednesday, March 8th. It's an agreement that significantly strengthens the financial profile of both companies, which gives investors further confidence in the ...

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  • Colombia crecerá un 2,3% durante 2017, según el FMI

    El crecimiento de la economía de Brasil , aunque débil, será clave para la Argentina : la economía del país vecino y principal socio de la Argentina salió de 2016 con una recesión del 3,6%, y el FMI pronostica un crecimiento del 0 ,2% para este año .

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  • Donald Trump signs executive order targeting H-1B visa used by Indians

    Donald Trump signs executive order targeting H-1B visa used by Indians

    The changes link with Trump's "Buy American, Hire American" stance, which won him the Presidency back in Janaury amongst a subsequent rise in populism. The H-1B visa program is designed for foreigners to work for American companies in jobs that usually require higher education - including scientists, engineers or computer programmers.

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  • Georgia run-off sets new test for President Trump

    Despite controlling the White House and both chambers of Congress, Republicans have yet to enact major legislation to fulfill campaign promises . Georgia's 6th District contains portions of Cobb, Fulton and DeKalb Counties. "These liberal Democrats failed to inspire voters", McDaniel said in a RNC statement . He took credit for the results shortly after midnight on Wednesday - even though his unpopularity nationally and in the district is why the race is competitive in the first place.

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  • Theresa May 'won't take part in TV debates' ahead of general election

    Theresa May 'won't take part in TV debates' ahead of general election

    The opposition accused May, who presents herself as the straightest of arrows, of breaking her word on everything from Brexit to calling an early election. "If the SNP wins this election in Scotland and the Tories ( Conservatives ) don't, then Theresa May's attempt to block our mandate to give the people of Scotland a choice over their own future when the time is right will crumble to dust", said Sturgeon, who heads Scotland's devolved government.

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  • United CEO says nobody is getting fired - including the CEO

    In response to the public outcry over the incident, United has said that it will require its employees to book seats on hour in advance, to avoid similar incidents of passengers being forced to give up their seats after boarding. Aviation Expert Defends United: Passenger Didn't Have Right To Stay On Plane: VIDEO: The airline was in "an impossible spot" and handled the situation as best it could, a DePaul transportation professor says .

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  • Japan's exports, imports surge in sign of renewed vigor

    Japan's exports, imports surge in sign of renewed vigor

    It was the biggest gain in more than three years, as purchases rose for all components: foodstuff (12.6 percent), raw materials (15.3 percent), mineral fuels (36.3 percent), chemicals (13.8 percent), manufactured goods (12.9 percent), machinery (6.1 percent), electrical machinery (10.6 percent), transport equipment (9.5 percent) and others (9.2 percent).

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  • EPA chief to tour lead-contaminated housing

    Republican and Democratic lawmakers representing the Midwestern states around the Great Lakes raised concerns over the past two days after a report by the Chicago Sun-Times newspaper that the EPA was considering closing its Region 5 office.

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  • SL Green Realty Corporation (NASDAQ:SLG) Expected To Report Earnings On Wednesday

    According to sentiments of 14 analysts the mean estimates of short term price target for the company's stock is marked at $27.93. Therefore 28% are positive. CSC's profit will be $114.91M for 20.54 P/E if the $0.84 EPS becomes a reality. Kimco Realty Corporation (NYSE:KIM) share price increased in the last trading session with a previous 52-week high of $31.22.

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  • Unilever Sales Growth Driven By Price Rises In First Quarter

    Unilever Sales Growth Driven By Price Rises In First Quarter

    Excluding its spreads business, which Unilever has announced it intends to exit, underlying sales growth was 3.4% with volumes up 0.3%. The results come as rival Nestle SA said its first-quarter revenue grew by 2.3% on an organic basis-which strips out the impact of currency volatility and acquisitions-but was roughly flat from a year earlier as the company struggled with sluggish consumer demand in the Americas.

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  • Airlines Forcing Fewer People to Give Up Their Seats

    Airlines Forcing Fewer People to Give Up Their Seats

    A 69-year-old man of Asian descent was asked to disembark as the flight was overbooked, but refused to do so. The incident was recorded on video by a fellow passenger. "Like you, I continue to be disturbed by what happened on this flight and I deeply apologize to the customer forcibly removed and to all the customers aboard", Munoz wrote in a memo to his team.

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  • Don't want a fight, don't start one : U.S. tells North Korea

    Don't want a fight, don't start one : U.S. tells North Korea

    Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said on Wednesday that U.S. wants re-engage with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, but on a different footing than previous talks. Bush's administration in hopes of a deal to end their development of nuclear weapons. The Trump administration is reviewing whether it should restore North Korea to the list of state sponsors of terrorism.

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  • Crew Can No Longer Displace Seated Passengers Aboard United Flights

    United has continued to face fallout since videos of Dao screaming as he was dragged off Flight 3411 went viral on social media. United has apologized and promised to review passenger-removal policies. "We should have handled it quicker, and we should have been better at expressing how that is something that we just do not want ever to happen again at United".

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  • Pence says USA won't negotiate directly with North Korea -- for now

    The Trump administration has signaled a forceful US stance on North Korea's recent actions, dispatching Pence to the Demilitarized Zone dividing North and South Korea on Monday in a show of American resolve. Photo Credit: Franck Robichon/AFP via Getty Images "We seek peace always as a country, as does Japan, but as you know and the United States knows, peace comes through strength and we will stand strongly with Japan and strongly with our allies for a peace and security in this region", Pence ...

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  • Controlan incendio en cerro de Bugambilias

    Controlan incendio en cerro de Bugambilias

    Apuntó que se continúa la aplicación como método de administración de la emergencia, el Sistema de Comando de Incidentes, y se estableció un Comando Unificado representado por diversas dependencias. Publicaciones en redes sociales del alcalde zapopano, Pablo Lemus, señalan que los bomberos controlaron el siniestro cerca de las 18:00 horas. Está prohibido todo tipo de reproducción sin autorización.

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  • Delta Airline to pay passengers $10,000

    Delta Airline to pay passengers $10,000

    They were told to leave to make room for four United crew members en route to the plane's destination in Louisville, Kentucky, where they were to staff another flight. Mr Dao's lawyers have taken steps ahead of impending legal action against the airline and the city of Chicago, which operates O'Hare Airport. He described the incident as a "system failure across various areas".

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  • El FMI y el BM difieren con el Gobierno sobre crecimiento

    El FMI y el BM difieren con el Gobierno sobre crecimiento

    El Fondo atribuyó la profunda crisis económica venezolana a amplias distorsiones y graves restricciones a las importaciones de bienes que darán pie a una inflación de 720% en 2017 y de 2.068% en 2018. Por su parte, Centroamérica incrementará levemente su ritmo de crecimiento en 2017 al 3,9 % y al 4,1 % en 2018. El FMI mantiene sin cambios las previsiones del 1,7% para este 2017 en México , que ha visto cómo el peso se reforzó frente al dólar luego de meses de caídas.

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  • Joven falleció en disturbios durante marchas en Venezuela

    Joven falleció en disturbios durante marchas en Venezuela

    Estaba en la manifestación de la oposición cuando le disparó alguien en una motocicleta que ya había lanzado gas lacrimógeno a la multitud", dijo Amadeo Leiva, director del Hospital Clínicas Caracas a la agencia AFP . Se establecieron alrededor de veinte puntos de concentración para luego reunirse en el centro histórico de Caracas , donde también se movilizaron miles de seguidores del gobierno .

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  • Turkey arrests dozens in anti-referendum protests

    Turkey arrests dozens in anti-referendum protests

    The main opposition Republican People's Party (CHP) has demanded a recount of 60% of the votes. Protesters claim that despite the win, there have been voting irregularities, such as the acceptance of ballots that did not bear official stamps, according to an Associated Press report.

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