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  • European shares rise as doubts linger over September US rate hike

    Gold fell on Tuesday after Federal Reserve officials sounded a hawkish note on interest rates at the weekend, boosting the dollar, while attention turned to USA payrolls data this week for further clues on the pace of rate hikes. The dollar edged down 0.1 percent to 101.78 yen, moving away from Monday's high of 102.39, while the euro also inched 0.1 percent lower to 113.87 yen.

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  • Abercrombie & Fitch Q2 Loss Wider Than Estimates; Stock Down

    In its outlook for the 2016 fiscal year, Abercrombie said it expects same-store sales to "remain challenging through the second half of the year, with a disproportionate effect from flagship and tourist locations". The results failed to meet Wall Street expectations. Sales at stores open at least a year - a figure commonly used to gauge a retailer's health - tumbled 4%, including a 7% decline at Abercrombie stores and a 2% decline at the company's Hollister stores.

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  • Scotiabank reports $1.9 billion in Q3 profit

    Scotiabank reports $1.9 billion in Q3 profit

    Investors of record on Tuesday, October 4th will be paid a dividend of 0.74 per share on Thursday, October 27th. A number of research analysts have commented on BNS shares. Bank of Nova Scotia (The) (BNS): 6 Wall Street analysts covering Bank of Nova Scotia (The) (BNS) believe that the average level the stock could reach for the short term is $55.13.

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  • Beyoncé brilló en los Premios MTV y opacó a Britney

    Beyoncé brilló en los Premios MTV y opacó a Britney

    El rapero empezó su discurso recordando cuando conoció por primera vez a la diva en 2005, mientras trabajaba como extra en su videoclip Pon de Replay . Despues de su declaración de amor, Drake expresó: "Ella es una leyenda viviente en nuestra industria". "Cuando pienso en el Vanguard Award y recibirlo esta noche, todo en lo que puedo pensar es en mi país".

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  • Gold hits near 5-week low after Fed strikes hawkish note

    The U.S. dollar added to its gains Monday after U.S. Federal Reserve boss Janet Yellen suggested an interest rate hike this year was still on the table. "We're running out of excuses not to raise interest rates", Lutts said. British markets were closed for a holiday. USA 30-year Treasury bond yields also fell, with their prices rising more than a full point.

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  • RIP Gene Wilder: Celebrities React

    The actor died on Sunday in Stamford, Connecticut, due to complications from Alzheimer's disease, according to his family. Mel Brooks, the Jewish comedy legend who collaborated with Wilder in a series of comedic triumphs (" Blazing Saddles ", " Young Frankenstein " and " The Producers ", in which he co-starred with Zero Mostel), was one of the first to react to the somber news in touching fashion.

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  • Donald Trump's immigration speech to occur Wednesday in Arizona

    DeLay said Trump needed to speak directly to USA citizens, "rather than playing this game that anybody, from all over the world, has the right to come to America". The damage Trump is doing to the GOP is evident in polls showing more than 12 percent of registered Republicans intend to vote for Clinton. Trump in recent days has suggested he might be "softening" on the deportation force and that he might be open to allowing at least some immigrants in the country illegally to stay, as long as ...

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  • Mark your calendars: Apple iPhone 7 to be launched on September 7!

    It is believed that both the iPhones will be put up for pre-order, two days after the launch on Sept.9 (Friday) and go on sale either on September 16 or September 23. Other changes are set to focus on the iPhone's new A10 chipset and the iOS 10 software, which Apple first revealed at its Worldwide Developers Conference back in June.

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  • Bunzl profits rise to £155m as group continues expansion

    Bunzl profits rise to £155m as group continues expansion

    LONDON-Bunzl PLC BNZL Tuesday reported a 6% rise in first half pretax profit and hiked its interim dividend payment, and confirmed it has acquired three new businesses. Frank van Zanten, Chief Executive of Bunzl, said: "Going forward, we will focus on further expansion of the Group, continuing our investments in IT and digital projects and intensifying the sharing of best practice across our businesses globally.The Board is confident that Bunzl's well positioned businesses will develop further ...

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  • Australian State To Permanently Ban Onshore Gas Fracking

    Australian State To Permanently Ban Onshore Gas Fracking

    Andrews said Victoria, which gets most of its gas from offshore fields in the Bass Strait, would extend a moratorium on onshore conventional gas drilling until 2020, while it evaluates the risks and benefits of allowing it. "We have carefully considered the parliamentary inquiry's key findings and recommendations, consulted widely and made our decision on the best available evidence".

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  • Mylan to Offer Generic EpiPen

    Mylan to Offer Generic EpiPen

    The new generic form will be available in both the.15 mg and.30 mg strength. EpiPens are used to treat anaphylaxis - a severe, potentially fatal allergic reaction to insect bites and foods like nuts and eggs. Last week Mylan came under fire from politicians, health advocates and parents in the United States for raising the price of its branded EpiPen to $US300 ($396).

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  • McDonald's splits with Publicis, consolidates with Omnicom

    McDonald's splits with Publicis, consolidates with Omnicom

    Chief Marketing Officer Deborah Wahl told Ad Age. In selecting this agency we will have access to top talent, technology and thinking with digital and data at the core. The result is a customized agency built with intelligence at the core, to fuel brilliant creative work, that's delivered at the speed of the marketplace at an efficient cost.

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  • Jobless rate for young adults hits 25% in deprived regions

    Jobless rate for young adults hits 25% in deprived regions

    The report revealed that the East of England had the lowest rates of youth unemployment in the United Kingdom at 11.2% and that the North East had the highest rate at 18.3%. However, a stubbornly high number of young people remain excluded from the labour market, which could be further exacerbated by a period of weaker economic growth in these uncertain times ahead.

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  • Foreign Investment In UK Reaches Record Level

    Foreign Investment In UK Reaches Record Level

    The U.K.is Europe's most popular destination for foreign investment, according to the trade department's data, which was drawn from Ernst & Young's U.K. While China's United Kingdom investments totalled 156, India's investments in the United Kingdom stood at 140. The performance is in sharp contrast to warnings by many that the Brexit vote would negatively affect the United Kingdom economy.

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  • Conor McGregor earns redemption with victory over Nate Diaz at UFC 202

    Conor McGregor defeated Nate Diaz over five rounds at UFC 202. In another scrum backstage following UFC 202, McGregor planted another seed. "Some might not be this sport". I don't have abs at this weight. I got it all on video. I didn't think that was even a question. "Sometimes I feel like a bit of a fat belly". Donald Cerrone isn't happy about Conor McGregor being back in the winning column because he believes the featherweight champ will begin to "talk again, forever".

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  • 20.000 venezolanos ya cruzaron la frontera colombiana

    20.000 venezolanos ya cruzaron la frontera colombiana

    Humberto Velásquez, subdirector de control migratorio de Migración Colombia , detalló que de este total, unas 54.000 personas cruzaron la frontera en dirección a Colombia y unas 38.000 se movilizaron hacia Venezuela. - La Cancilleria colombiana emitió un comunicado en el que informa que hay productos que no pueden ser trasladados a través de la frontera común a partir de este lunes: Está restringido el paso de llantas (cauchos ) para motocicletas y autos Restringidos cualquier ...

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  • Todo listo para los MTV Video Music Awards

    Todo listo para los MTV Video Music Awards

    Rihanna abrió la ceremonia en el Madison Square Garden con una mezcla de sus grandes éxitos. Britney Separs regresó al escenario de los premios MTV casi 10 años después. Y hasta pudimos ver a nuestro querido Jimmy Fallon ir disfrazado como el campeón olímpico del equipo de natación, Ryan Lochte , haciendo reír a todos los presentes y sobre todo a Phelps.

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  • UK Mortgage Approvals Slow More Than Expected in July: BoE

    UK Mortgage Approvals Slow More Than Expected in July: BoE

    The mortgage approvals data will continue to be watched closely to assess whether a dip in July was a temporary factor relating to post-referendum uncertainty or whether there will be a more sustained slowdown due to deteriorating confidence in the housing sector.

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  • Juan Gabriel, su legado en números

    Juan Gabriel, su legado en números

    Para demostrar lo anterior, el promotor que hizo posible que Juan Gabriel fuera el primer artista mexicano en cantar en el famoso MGM de Las Vegas, mostro varios documento oficiales como fue, el pasaporte mexicano . Sería un último adiós muy adecuado para el artista , que en 1990 rompió esquemas al presentarse tres noches seguidas en el Palacio de Bellas Artes , reservado generalmente para ópera y ballet, pese a ser un músico popular.

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  • Treasury yields pull back from 2-month high as inflation remains tepid

    European shares fell on Monday as top Federal Reserve officials bolstered expectations for a U.S (Other OTC: UBGXF - news ). rate hike this year, while Alstom bucked the weaker trend after a contract win. Basic Resources sector was the biggest sectoral faller, down 2.5 percent as a fall in the price of copper weighed on mining stocks. At 9:39 a.m. EDT, the Dow Jones Industrial Average was up 74.82 points, or 0.41 per cent, at 18,470.22.

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  • No. of India's TB patients may be double the estimate: Lancet

    No. of India's TB patients may be double the estimate: Lancet

    In 2014, close to 9.6 million cases of TB were reported worldwide and 1.5 million people deaths were directly linked to the disease, with India reporting the highest number of cases. Between April 1, 2014, and Nov 29, 2015, the researchers collected samples from the pharmacies to find out only 99 of 599 pharmacies ideally managed presumptive cases and only 80 of 599 cases were referred to health centers, showing the extremely low referral rate while dispensing antibiotics.

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  • Asian stocks mostly rise on hopes for higher US rates

    Asian stocks mostly rise on hopes for higher US rates

    Fed Chairwoman Janet Yellen said in remarks delivered in Jackson Hole, Wyo., on Friday, that she believes "the case for an increase in the federal-funds rate has strengthened in recent months". KEEPING SCORE: France's CAC 40 added 0.4 percent to 4,441.93 and Germany's DAX rose 0.7 percent to 10,621.31. The London Stock Exchange was closed for a summer bank holiday.

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  • Gold Rally Fades A Bit After Fed Speeches

    On Friday, Yellen said, "Our ability to predict the effects of changes in the balance sheet on the economy is less than that associated with changes in the federal funds rate". The rally that drove the S&P 500 to a series of records since early July lost some momentum amid the recent hawkish remarks from Fed officials and uneven economic data, though Friday's gains restored the gauge back near the upper end of a roughly 30-point range that's been in place for three weeks.

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