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  • HSBC executive pleads not guilty in U.S. over forex scheme

    HSBC executive pleads not guilty in U.S. over forex scheme

    The probe led to four banks past year pleading guilty to conspiring to manipulate currency prices. Another interesting note is that one of the prosecutors on the case, Melissa Aoyagi, said at the hearing that the Justice Department was in "discussions" with Johnson's lawyer, despite the straight not-guilty plea.

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  • Ireland to appeal EU ruling on Apple taxes

    It added: "The commission's case is not about how much Apple pays in taxes, it's about which government collects the money". The EU's campaign against tax avoidance is meant to create a fairer society by having companies contribute taxes to the countries they operate in.

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  • Apple faces huge Irish tax payout in EU case

    Apple faces huge Irish tax payout in EU case

    If Europe recovers billions in taxes from U.S. firms it could mean less revenues collected by Washington. "The profits of non-resident companies that are not generated by their Irish branches - such as profits from technology, design and marketing that are generated outside Ireland - can not be charged with Irish tax under Irish tax law", Mr Cody added.

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  • At Least Four Dead Following Attack at American University in Kabul

    At Least Four Dead Following Attack at American University in Kabul

    In another Gun and Bomb attack in American University in Kabul , twelve people including seven students were killed. "Right now a clearance operation is ongoing by a criminal technique team". Spokeswoman Elizabeth Trudeau said the department is accounting for its personnel and working to locate and assist USA citizens affected by the attack .

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  • Clinton could face mounting problem with health overhaul

    Next year's health insurance sign-up season starts a week before the November 8 election, and the previews have been brutal. With the announcement that Aetna will be largely leaving the Affordable Care Act (ACA) Exchanges, people are left wondering what will happen to their individual health insurance plans.

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  • Consumer Confidence Improved in August

    Consumer Confidence Improved in August

    The survey, a closely followed barometer of consumer attitudes, measures sentiment toward business conditions, short-term outlook, personal finances and jobs. The ongoing unease may be contributing to somewhat slower US growth despite steady job gains, low unemployment, slightly higher wages and rising home sales.

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  • Coca-Cola: We're replenishing all of the water we use

    The stock is presently trading up its SMA-50 of $45.06. The simple 20 day moving average for The Coca-Cola Company is -2.14% and the simple 200-day moving average is at -0.43%. Analysts had expected The Coca-Cola Co (NYSE:KO) to report earnings of about $0.58 per share on $11,639.90M in revenue. IP has Average True Range for 14 days of 0.86.

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  • Se acabó la guerra con las FARC — Juan Manuel Santos

    Lo propio hizo la víspera " Timochenko " desde la capital cubana. El Alto Comisionado de Paz , Sergio Jaramillo, explicó que las partes diseñaron un protocolo para aplicar a partir de ayer y "darle garantías a todos los colombianos del cumplimiento del cese".

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  • Alemania felicita a Colombia por el acuerdo de paz con las FARC

    Alemania felicita a Colombia por el acuerdo de paz con las FARC

    Según el texto leído la víspera por los representantes de los países garantes de los diálogos de paz (Cuba y Noruega), el pacto entre su gobierno y el movimiento guerrillero busca respetar la diversidad de género, étnica y cultural, y la adopción de medidas a favor de las poblaciones y los colectivos más humildes y vulnerables.

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  • Yellen Hints at Possible Rate Hike

    Most Asian share markets tumbled on Monday while the United States dollar added to gains made after Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen indicated a USA interest rate increase remains on the cards for this year. The yield was 1.58 percent late Thursday. Stock markets in Toronto and NY made gains in the morning following the speech, with the Toronto Stock Exchanges's S&P/TSX composite index soaring more than 100 points.

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  • Ministro de Economía francés Emmanuel Macron presentó su dimisión

    Ministro de Economía francés Emmanuel Macron presentó su dimisión

    Desde hace varios meses el joven ministro y hombre de negocios, de 38 años de edad, se había distanciado del gobierno y recientemente había confesado que su ideología no era "socialista" como la del gobierno. El exministro dijo estar orgulloso de haber aportado cambios concretos en la vida de los franceses, agradeció al presidente francés, François Hollande , la confianza otorgada, y apuntó que su dimisión no es una reacción contra su paso por el Elíseo, sino a favor de dar un paso más en su ...

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  • United States stocks rally after Yellen's speech

    United States stocks rally after Yellen's speech

    In late NY trading on Monday, the euro rose to $1.1190 from $1.1185 of the previous session, and the British pound decreased to $1.3114 from $1.3127, Xinhua news agency reported. France's CAC 40 lost 0.9 percent to 4,401, while Germany's DAX fell 0.7 percent to 10,513. With London closed for bank holiday, FX dealing was generally subdued but the greenback remained well bid as traders to Ms.

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  • Ryan Lochte Issues Somewhat Sincere Apology For Being A Dickhead In Rio

    Ryan Lochte Issues Somewhat Sincere Apology For Being A Dickhead In Rio

    USA gold medalist swimmer Ryan Lochte on Friday apologised for his behaviour at the Olympics after being accused by Brazilian police of inventing a story about an armed robbery to cover for some bad behavior at a gas station. A closed-circuit gas station video of Lochte, Feigen, Bentz and Conger has been obtained by authorities in Brazil and is still under analysis. That account is similar to what the chief of Rio's Civil Police laid out Thursday, when he said, "There was no robbery".

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  • Footbridge collapses on England motorway, one injured

    Witnesses and British emergency services say a truck has struck an overpass and collapsed a pedestrian bridge onto one of England's busiest highways, injuring one person. His injuries are not life-threatening. The motorcyclist, in his 50s, was taken by road ambulance to Tunbridge Wells Hospital with suspected broken ribs.

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  • Destino político de Dilma Rousseff en manos del Senado

    Destino político de Dilma Rousseff en manos del Senado

    Dilma Rousseff reiteró así una propuesta que presentó hace 15 días, cuando se comprometió a que, si fuera absuelta y recuperase el poder del que fue suspendida el 12 de mayo pasado, promoverá un plebiscito para adelantar las elecciones previstas para octubre de 2018 y para que la sociedad se manifieste sobre una reforma política.

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  • El dólar sube más de cuatro centavos, a 15327 pesos

    El dólar sube más de cuatro centavos, a 15327 pesos

    En el inicio de la semana, el dólar sube once centavos a $ 15,30 en agencias y bancos de la city porteña, lo que representa un nuevo máximo en un mes y medio en la moneda verde. Añadió que, del lado de la oferta, 'los exportadores cerealeros estarán liquidando a un promedio de u$s 100 millones diarios, y tal vez no sea suficiente para atender la demanda'.

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  • Notting Hill Carnival ends with more than 400 arrests

    Lily Allen has reassured fans that she is "absolutely fine" following claims she collapsed at the Notting Hill Carnival in west London on Monday. A performer participates in the parade at the Notting Hill Carnival in London . Outlining her aims for the event, Laslett explained that she wanted it to bring together the many cultural groups who resided in the area at the time.

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  • OPEC export revenue tumbled to 2004 levels, EIA reports

    OPEC export revenue tumbled to 2004 levels, EIA reports

    Energy Information Administration (EIA). OPEC members earned $404 billion in net oil export revenues in 2015, according to the EIA's estimates . It is the lowest level since 2004. While some outages are the result of political factors, such as sanctions on Iran between 2011 and early 2016, another reason for lower oil export revenues is a sharp decline in production, such as in Venezuela where oil service companies stopped work due to lack of payment.

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  • Emotional storylines rule as Larson wins Pure Michigan 400 at MIS

    Finally, all the hard work by everybody, hundreds of people at our race shop, people who have got me through the Cup Series, it was all paying off. He got the better of another budding star, 20-year-old Chase Elliott , on a restart with nine laps left to win at Michigan International Speedway.

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  • Operations under way after Government approves new badger cull schemes

    Operations under way after Government approves new badger cull schemes

    Farming minister George Eustice said the cull "is delivering results, with more than half the country on track to be free of the disease by the end of this Parliament". In 2015 badger control operations in Somerset, Gloucestershire and Dorset were all successful in meeting their targets, and the government announced in December that it wanted to see badger control over a wider number of areas in 2016.

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  • Petrofac swings to pretax profit; dividend held

    Petrofac swings to pretax profit; dividend held

    The group said it expects full year net profits will be in line with expectations at approximately $440 million (£360 million) before recognising the final charge on Laggan-Tormore and excluding integrated energy services (IES), which Petrofac noted in February was expected to make a loss of between $30 million to $40 million (£20.3 million - £27.6 million) "at the then prevailing forward curve".

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  • French Minister Blames US Protectionism for TTIP Failure

    Though both presidential candidates in the United States have voiced their opposition to the TPP, neither has said much about TTIP. Germany's Vice Chancellor, Sigmar Gabriel, told ZDF on Sunday that the three years and 16-rounds negotiations on the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) have failed.

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  • France wants halt to 'imbalanced' EU-US trade deal talks

    France wants halt to 'imbalanced' EU-US trade deal talks

    France will make its case for the talks to be halted at a meeting of foreign trade ministers in Bratislava in September, Fekl added. Fekl said Paris sees an imbalance in the negotiations in favour of the United States side. The EU commission, for its part, said on Monday that the "ball keeps rolling". "The Commission is making steady progress", Commission spokesman Margaritis Schinas said.

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  • US State Election Systems Likely Breached by Foreign Hackers

    US State Election Systems Likely Breached by Foreign Hackers

    However, there is cause form alarm in that this hack is the first to endanger a state voter-registration database. Officials with the Board of Elections are "highly confident they (the hackers) weren't able to change anything, although the investigation is still going on" according to Menzel.

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  • Uganda grants 8 oil production licenses to Total, Tullow

    Uganda grants 8 oil production licenses to Total, Tullow

    When production from all the nine licensed areas starts, output would be between 200,000-230,000 barrels per day, Muloni said. Commercial oil reserves were discovered in Uganda a decade ago, but production has been delayed amid disputes over taxation and field development strategy.

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  • Mylan cuts EpiPen costs after Clinton criticism

    Mylan has had a near-monopoly in the space in the USA since Sanofi SA snynf withdrew a competing product previous year. Sales of EpiPen are now in excess of $1 billion annually. Mylan defends its skyrocketing prices by noting in a statement it has given away about 700,000 EpiPens to schools since 2013 and provides coupons that cover the cost of co-payments for most consumers who have commercial insurance.

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  • Germany expects 3,00000 refugees in 2016

    As Germany has witnessed a resurgence of far-right groups in recent months, and as a supporter of Angela Merkel's open-door policy in response to the Syrian refugee crisis, Gabriel has born much of the brunt of an increasingly anti-migrant backlash.

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