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  • Clinton aide to leave husband after his latest sexting scandal

    Photographs of Abedin from Clinton's campaign stops suggest she has not worn a wedding ring for some weeks, although it was not clear whether that was a decision related to her announcement Monday. Locals are reacting to the Anthony Weiner sexting scandal. Abedin was "furious and sickened" by a picture of Weiner and their 4-year-old son, Jordan, according to two people close to the family.

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  • Sarah Jessica Parker Cuts Ties With EpiPen Drug Maker, Criticizes Price Increase

    Mylan said most commercially insured patients were already being helped by its savings coupon and many paid no out-of-pocket costs. "I'm running a business", she said. She announced her decision in an Instagram post Thursday morning. The company is facing criticism after the list price of an EpiPen twin-pack climbed to 608 dollars (£460), up from around 100 dollars in 2007 (£75).

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  • Bonomi: "Temer no tiene ninguna legitimidad" como presidente

    Durante un mensaje dirigido a la nación, el nuevo presidente de Brasil, Michel Temer, dijo el miércoles que trabajará en reconciliar al país tras la destitución de la exmandataria Dilma Rousseff. "Volveremos pero no sólo para satisfacer nuestros deseos, sino para culminar nuestra jornada por un Brasil soberano", sostuvo. "Un abrazo cariñoso a todo el pueblo brasileño, que comparten conmigo la creencia en la democracia y los sueños de justicia (...) En este momento no voy a decirles adiós.

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  • Remesas crecieron 8.4% de enero a julio: Banxico

    Remesas crecieron 8.4% de enero a julio: Banxico

    Durante el séptimo mes del año, México captó 2 mil 233 millones de dólares, una reducción de 3.1% en comparación a junio cuando llegaron a los hogares mexicanos 2 mil 305 millones de dólares. El monto de remesas acumulado entre enero y julio de 2015 fue de 14.311 millones de dólares, precisó el Banco de México en su reporte mensual. De acuerdo con la información del Banxico , el número de remesas en julio registró una ligera disminución mensual 0.8%, mientras que el monto promedio ...

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  • Wal-Mart cutting about 7000 back-office store jobs

    Wal-Mart cutting about 7000 back-office store jobs

    The move, first reported by the Wall Street Journal , comes after the company tested accounting and invoicing automation at about 500 of its almost 4,600 stores earlier this summer. In June, the retailer tested the plan in 500 stores, moving invoicing and accounting employees out onto the store floor to interact more with customers, and replacing those many of those roles with automated systems.

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  • Dollar gives up gains, jobs data in focus

    Dollar gives up gains, jobs data in focus

    GBP/USD is supported in the range of 1.3018 now trading at 1.3075 levels. Embracing Harvard Professor Larry Summers' so-called secular stagnation theory, Evans argued that an aging USA population and slowing productivity growth mean there is little reason for interest rates to rise either fast or far.

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  • Indian Railways slams reports of mistreating Indian Women Hockey team

    Indian Railways slams reports of mistreating Indian Women Hockey team

    Channel CNN-News 18 has earlier reported that the women were forced to travel sitting on the floor of the compartment in the Bokaro-Alleppey Express Train, traveling from Ranchi to Rourkela. "On checking up, it was found out that the hockey players, on reaching the Ranchi airport, went to the station and took the train without any information to the Indian Railways, who would be in a better position to make appropriate arrangements for the players.

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  • Venezuela congela relación política y diplomática con Brasil

    A poco de conocida la decisión del Senado , los retratos oficiales de Rousseff con la banda presidencial comenzaron a ser retirados de los despachos del palacio de Planalto , sede del Ejecutivo brasileño. Ya no es el político mejor valorado de Brasil. El gobierno del flamante presidente de Brasil , Michel Temer , llamó a consultas a sus embajadores en Venezuela , Ecuador y Bolivia, después de que las autoridades de estos tres países tomaran la misma resolución para mostrar su rechazo ...

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  • British public heavily in favour of burqa ban

    British public heavily in favour of burqa ban

    Britons favour banning of the Islamic veil or burqa by an overwhelming majority of more than two-to- one, a recent United Kingdom poll, commissioned in the aftermath of banning of burkini swimwear on a number of French beaches, has found .

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  • Blue-chip stocks of the day: MGM Resorts International (NYSE:MGM)

    The Hedge Fund company now holds 76,425 shares of MGM which is valued at $1,787,581. For more information about MGM Resorts International , visit the Company's website at www.mgmresorts.com . Company shares were Reiterated by Telsey Advisory Group on Jun 17, 2016 to "Outperform", Firm has raised the Price Target to $ 29 from a previous price target of $27.Company shares were Reiterated by Stifel on Jun 9, 2016 to "Buy", Firm has raised the Price Target to $ 30 from a previous price target of ...

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  • BP, CNPC Sign 2nd Shale Gas Deal

    BP, CNPC Sign 2nd Shale Gas Deal

    BP announced in a statement today that it had signed a second production sharing contract with CNPC on July 27. CNPC will operate the project, the British company said. "By leveraging the parties' complementary advantages, CNPC and BP will jointly realize the efficient development of unconventional resources", Wang said.

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  • Minnesota Vikings: 3 Key Components vs. San Diego Chargers

    It may just be the preseason, but that's not stopping the Minnesota Vikings fans from showing up to cheer their team on. The Minnesota Vikings play the San Diego Chargers of the AFC West at noon central time on Sunday. It was the final of three straight completions by Bridgewater totaling 68 yards. "I've been able, I feel, to conquer that now". The Chargers are seriously considering playing the season without him.

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  • India Red Enter Final After Fourth Day's Play Gets Called Off

    India Red Enter Final After Fourth Day's Play Gets Called Off

    Abhinav Mukund (77 and 169) and Sudip Chatterjee (5 and 114) with the bat, and Nathu Singh (6 for 53 and 1 for 64) and Kuldeep Yadav (3 for 32 and 6 for 88) with the ball had played lead roles in that victory. Earlier, on day two, openers Mayank Agarwal (92) and Gautam Gambhir (77) gave India Blue a flawless start with a 151-run stand before left-arm wrist spinner Yadav and rookie Rajasthan pacer Nathu Singh (1/71) pulled them back with timely breakthroughs.

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  • Worst energy suppliers 'getting worse' for complaints — Business Updates

    Worst energy suppliers 'getting worse' for complaints — Business Updates

    The provider, which has more than 500,000 customers, has consistently offered some of the cheapest tariffs in the market since its launch in early 2014. Utilita more than halved its ratio, while complaints at Ecotricity doubled compared with the last quarter. "The latest league table reveals some providers are becoming substantially better at sorting out their clients' issues, but it is disappointing to find others getting worse at dealing with grievances".

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  • Tropical Storm Hermine Strengthens, Threatens Florida as Hurricane

    The latest advisory from the National Hurricane Center at 8 AM has the storm with winds at 65 miles per hour, traveling to the NNE at 12 MPH. Maximum sustained winds were 50 miles per hour. If Hermine does become a hurricane before hitting the Florida coast, it would become the first one to hit the state in 11 years. While forecasting models are coming into better agreement that a cold front will leave the area early, missing its chance to sweep Hermine out to sea, the track of the storm ...

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  • Toronto stock market a rare bright spot

    Toronto stock market a rare bright spot

    In Toronto, the S&P/TSX composite index was flat, gaining 2.88 points to 14,684.85 as financials and industrials stocks offset losses in the gold and materials sectors. Adatia said US investors were also shying away from making any big bets until the latest job employment figures are released Friday. Gold fell XAU= to a six-week low after Federal Reserve officials sounded a hawkish note on interest rates, while attention turned to US payrolls data this week for further clues on the pace of ...

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  • Campbell Soup falters with push into fresh foods

    Campbell Soup falters with push into fresh foods

    For the full fiscal 2016 year, Campbell said reported earnings of $1.81 per share were down 15 percent, but adjusted earnings of $2.94 per share were up 11 percent. The dividend is payable October 31 to shareholders of record as of October 12. This represents a $1.25 annualized dividend and a yield of 2.06%. Royal Bank Of Canada restated a sector perform rating and issued a $62.00 price objective on shares of Campbell Soup in a research note on Monday, May 23rd.

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  • Jeremy Corbyn set to increase mandate as leader, according to new poll

    In the first published poll of those entitled to vote in the election, Corbyn is leading his rival, Owen Smith, by 62 percent to 38 percent, up from the 59 percent share of the vote he won a year ago. He said: "On something as important as this, that isn't devolved, yes it does". Mr Bryant said the MPs - from various political parties - had been sent the same email threat with a photo of a beheaded person and a message saying they and their families would be killed.

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  • How Will Ford (F) Stock React to August Sales Slump?

    How Will Ford (F) Stock React to August Sales Slump?

    General Motors sold 256,429 cars during the period, down 5.2% from the same period past year. The first wave of automakers' results reinforce the idea that the companies aren't doing deep discounts to chase sales, the practice that helped force GM and Chrysler to restructure through bankruptcy in 2009.

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  • US Productivity Down in Spring, While Labor Costs Rise

    Productivity declined at an annual rate of 0.6 percent, even worse than the 0.5 percent drop initially reported, the Labor Department reported Thursday. This was the third quarterly decline in a row. Productivity growth has slowed significantly in this recovery and is a major reason that overall growth has been so slow.

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  • US construction spending unchanged in July

    US construction spending unchanged in July

    Private construction rose 1.0% for July with a small increase in residential spending, while non-residential spending reversed June's decline to show a 1.7% monthly increase. Spending on educational construction showed a substantial decrease during the month, plunging by 8.3 percent to a rate of $64.6 billion. Residential construction, which had fallen for three straight months, rebounded slightly in July on the strength of increased spending on home remodeling projects.

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  • USA dollar rallies on rate-hike expectation

    USA dollar rallies on rate-hike expectation

    USA gold futures were mostly unchanged at $1,315.50 "There is some buying today. people are taking the view that gold is going to fluctuate within a tight range prior to a strong signal from the Fed", said Richard Xu, a fund manager at HuaAn Gold, China's top gold exchange-traded fund (ETF).

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  • Japan Pledges To Invest $30bn In Africa

    Japan's pledge to invest in Africa comes just months after China promised double the amount of African investments that Japan has pledged. Hua said the summit declaration showed that Japan finally had to accept the views of African countries, focus on maritime security cooperation in Africa, and follow the principles on the UNSC reform reached at the 2015 TICAD summit in Yokohama.

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  • Asian shares ease, taking cue from Wall Street; oil slips

    Asian shares ease, taking cue from Wall Street; oil slips

    The dollar rose to 102.42 yen from 101.88 yen in NY, with the Japanese unit also dragged down by comments from the country's top central banker suggesting a further loosening of monetary policy. Australian oil plays were mostly lower, with Santos shares down 1.3%, Oil Search off 2.9% and Woodside Petroleum down 0.9%. Contracts on the Nasdaq 100 Index lost 0.3 per cent, while futures on S&P 500 Index were little changed after the gauge rallied the most in three weeks on Monday.

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  • Dichos de Trump son "una amenaza para México" — Peña Nieto

    Advirtió que al desarrollar su nuevo y esperado programa migratorio, del que muchos esperaban síntomas de moderación, pero mantuvo muchas de sus antiguas propuestas, como la construcción del muro en la frontera con México. Al terminar, cuando ambos se disponían a abandonar la comparecencia, planeada como un mensaje a los medios de comunicación sin preguntas, el invitado tomó la iniciativa de aceptar varias preguntas sobre el polémico muro fronterizo.

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  • CENTCOM Commander on Iranian 'Provocations': 'Big Concern...Is Miscalculation'

    CENTCOM Commander on Iranian 'Provocations': 'Big Concern...Is Miscalculation'

    This comes after two minor incidents in which Iran sent speedboats out into visual range of U.S. warships parked off the Iranian coast. IRGC, the Islamic Republic's praetorian guard, is suspicious of USA military activity near Iran's borders and appears to be sticking to a familiar posture in the Gulf that predates last year's nuclear accord between Iran and six world powers, including the United States.

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  • Janatha Garage Falls Short of Sardaar

    Janatha Garage Falls Short of Sardaar

    Koratala Siva has made this movie well and he proved his talent once again. The highly anticipated Telugu film, Janatha Garage , which stars Mohanlal , Jr NTR , Samantha Ruth Prabhu and Nithya Menen will release Friday, September 2.

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