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Brazil crisis deepens with probe of president, top senator


Temer has lost whatever political support he had. The situation of Brazilian President Michel Temer has become delicate on Thursday following a newspaper report that he is accused of taking bribes and endorsing bribes to silence a witness in a corruption case. Read More »

Kremlin tight-lipped on Trump info-sharing


Early on, Team Trump tried to shoot down the well-sourced story. President Trump has yet to comment on the reports that he shared classified information given to his administration by Israel. But Trump's advisers could hardly call it a success, with the West Wing suddenly grappling with another firestorm: Whether the President asked FBI Director James Comey to close the investigation into former national security adviser Michael Flynn. Read More »

Trump Willing To 'Make Peace' With North Korea


A US Navy commander on Wednesday pushed for a "sense of urgency" over North Korea's nuclear and missile development, stressing that it even threatens Pyongyang's ally China and neighbour Russian Federation. The missile launch was detected by new THAAD anti-missile system installed in South Korea, which is equipped radar that Raytheon claims can track a baseball hit out of a park from hundreds of miles away. Read More »

Gap shares up as profit exceeds expectations


Gap reaffirms FY 2018 EPS guidance of $1.95-$2.05 vs. $1.99 analyst consensus estimate, and continues to expect 2017 comparable sales to be flat to up slightly; the company has been reining in costs, shuttering underperforming stores and building up its e-commerce capacity. Read More »

Buffett says health care costs hurt U.S. profits


In a March presentation, the firm said captial expenditure forecasts for the next two years have increased $4.6 billion from the prior year, primarily due to wind and solar energy projects. "Buying the Apple stock was a good sign, Buffett did do market research", Munger jokingly said. Buffett, 86, said that gross domestic product per person in the USA is six times higher now than when he was born, reiterating his optimism about the nation's ability to generate wealth. Read More »

Isuzu's business in South Africa


In 2016, Volvo sold more than 1,400 cars in India , an increase of 24 percent compared to 2015. GM returned in 1997, buying a stake in Delta. "In India , our exports have tripled over the past year, and this will remain our focus going forward", he said. Read More »

Investors Buy Large Volume of Deutsche Bank AG Call Options (DB)

The company shows its Return on Assets (ROA) value of -0.1%. Market capitalization is calculated by multiplying a company's shares outstanding by the current market price of one share. Barclays PLC set a €19.80 ($21.76) price target on shares of Deutsche Telekom AG and gave the stock a buy rating in a research report on Thursday, May 11th. Read More »

Oil prices up 2% after deal to extend supply cut

EDT. The oil market has essentially reached a balance and will continue to accelerate in the near term, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said in its monthly report published Tuesday, just nine days before OPEC's much anticipated ministerial meeting. Read More »

Armed, risky Bucks County shooting suspect sought, cops say


Refresh this page for more details as they become available. Grosso was driving a newer Mercedes-Benz sedan, believed to be light blue or gray. Police say 32-year-old Brandon Grosso has been involved in several incidents in the surrounding community, including shooting a shotgun at someone's vehicle. Read More »

China says hopes new South Korean government will correct problems


The North has staged two atomic tests and dozens of missile tests in its quest to build a missile capable of delivering a nuclear warhead to the USA mainland. Wright's organization is one that's been especially vocal about the GDM system, saying in a lengthy report ( all of which you can read here ) that "In its current form, strategic missile defense is a waste of resources at best and risky at worst.It is not a reliable defense under real-world conditions; by promoting it as a solution to ... Read More »

Trump reports weigh on global stocks and the dollar

The S&P 500 and the Dow notched their biggest one-day fall since September 9 as investor hopes for tax cuts and other pro-business policies faded after reports that U.S. Trump's surprise election victory had initially sparked buying in the dollar and USA assets on hopes for his tax cuts and infrastructure spending plans, but such "Trump trades" have been wound back. Read More »

Rep. King: Comey Had Obligation to Report Any Interference in Flynn Investigation

Amid the turmoil, it seemed that GOP lawmakers were unwilling to go on air, even for Fox News-a right-leaning network and one of the only media outlets that Trump has praised . "Either they don't understand the damage they're doing to their own country, in which case they are simply stupid, or they understand everything, in which case they are unsafe and corrupt". Read More »

UK's May promises voters immigration curbs, fairer society

This amount doubles the "Skills Charge" of 1,000 pounds already in force. Immigrants will pay more to use the NHS, with a charge of £600 for migrant workers and £450 for worldwide students. The manifesto confirms that a Tory Brexit would take Britain out of the European single market and customs unions. "Make no mistake, the central challenge we face is negotiating the best deal for Britain in Europe", May said . Read More »

France's BPCE chief exec says Macron's win good news for economy


Speaking to thousands of supporters from the Louvre Museum's courtyard, Macron said that France is facing an "immense task" to rebuild European unity, fix the economy and ensure security against extremist threats. Michael Roth, Germany's deputy foreign minister, applauded Macron's win but said the result was marred by the fact that 11 million people in France voted for Le Pen. Read More »

Hospital recovers fully from cyber attack

Dr Andrew Cowie, GP at Hawkhill Medical Centre and a member of the NHS Tayside Board, said all the information stored by the practice on Friday had been lost, but staff were still prepared to see patients who had an appointment. Thousands of computers and other Microsoft-based systems in Europe and Russian Federation had already fallen victim to the ransomware attack, reported ABC News . Read More »

French president talks to Putin, faces media uproar


Macron's office says that the meeting, attended by the country's most senior military and security officials, focused on the operations of French armed forces overseas -mostly in Africa's Sahel region, Iraq and Syria. Muriel Penicaud, the new labor minister, previously worked for food corporation Danone and French telecommunications group Orange. In keeping with his promise of gender balance, Macron named nine men and nine women. Read More »

Brazil's president denies report that he endorsed bribing a former lawmaker


Thursday's searches of Sen. 18 de mayo de 2017, 09:58Brasilia, May 18 (Prensa Latina) The possibility that President Michel Temer goes to prison for obstructing justice is perceived here today as a clear sign of the collapse of the parliamentary-judicial coup d " état perpetrated by a gang of corrupt politicians against Dilma Rousseff. Read More »

United Airlines buying naming rights to L.A. Memorial Coliseum


USC officials had no immediate comment on the report . According to Sports Business Daily , the Coliseum deal would be the richest naming-rights agreement for a college football stadium, surpassing the $41 million deal between Alaska Airlines and the University of Washington. Read More »

Advisory Services Network LLC Takes Position in Finisar Co. (FNSR)

The company's quarterly revenue was up 23.1% compared to the same quarter previous year. Clough Capital Partners L P acquired a new position in Finisar during the first quarter valued at about $7,226,000. They expect $0.42 EPS, up 133.33% or $0.24 from last year's $0.18 per share. Finisar Corporation has a 2.58B market cap and its past year revenues were 1.41B. Read More »

Brazilian President's situation fragile after report of bribe-taking

Temer has repeatedly denied any wrongdoing. FILE - In this May 12, 2016 file photo, Brazil's acting President Michel Temer whispers into the ear of Sen. Temer's combative reaction was followed shortly after by street demonstrations in Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo and the capital Brasilia demanding his resignation. Read More »

Mortgage rates hold above 4%


The Mortgage Bankers Association's weekly tally was almost 16 percent lower than the same week one year ago. While a solid majority, almost two-thirds (65%) of futures traders, believe the Fed will move rates a quarter point higher next month, that's down from 83% just a week ago. Read More »

Outstanding Analyst Ratings For Associated British Foods (LON:ABF)

The shares were acquired at an average price of GBX 63 ($0.81) per share, for a total transaction of £150.57 ($194.36). The latest broker reports which are now outstanding on Thursday 18th of May state 7 analysts have a rating of "strong buy", 0 analysts "buy", 6 analysts "neutral", 3 analysts "sell" and 8 analysts "strong sell". Read More »

Banco Bradesco SA (BBD) Increases Dividend to $0.01 Per Share

Acxiom Corporation (ACXM ) stock price tumbled -7.30% to close at $26.15 during recent trade. Going toward to the 50-day, we can see that shares are now trading 6.57% off of that figure. The stock closed its day at $7.47. The stock's current trading price is $44.35 by scoring 0.26%. It's the most up-to-date valuation until trading begins again on the next day. Read More »