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Battered oil claws back losses after OPEC deal falls short of expectations

The pre-announcement of the scope of the deal by the oil ministers of Saudi Arabia and Russian Federation also contributed to the fall along with other rumors of extended cuts and more countries joining the initiative. Newer technologies and more efficient extraction methods have played a large role in driving the global supply of oil higher, though traditional production has been capped. Read More »

Car runs into London Bridge pedestrians; multiple injuries


Twitter users began uploading footage of police on the scene. Eyewitness Kaine Pieri tweeted footage of the initial chaos near London Bridge as police secured the area and cleared hundreds of people from the scene. Details of the incident at Borough Market were not immediately made known. The British Transport Police said one of its officers was seriously injured after being stabbed as he responded to the incident, but his condition was not said to be life-threatening. Read More »

Ronaldo scores twice as Real Madrid win Champions League title


Domination was verified after the break when Madrid went back in front - through Casemiro's strike which deflected off Sami Khedira - and this time the lead was retained. His second goal, which put Madrid 3-1 ahead in the second half, was also his 600th in his senior career for club and country. "People don't have words to criticize", Ronaldo said, "because the numbers don't lie". Read More »

UK politicians suspend national campaigning after London attack - ITV

After running over pedestrians on the bridge, authorities said three assailants jumped out of their van and began stabbing people in a nearby fashionable bar area. They also came just days before Britain goes to the polls for a general election on Thursday. "Unfortunately people have lost their lives, and it feels completely wrong tonight to come on stage and promote a single when there's people who may have lost their lives". Read More »

Marks and Spencer Group Plc (MKS) Given "Hold" Rating at Shore Capital

Brinker Capital Inc acquired 6,810 shares as Fedex Corp (FDX)'s stock declined 2.24%. The company reported $0.99 earnings per share for the quarter, beating the Thomson Reuters' consensus estimate of $0.38 by $0.61. On Friday, August 12 the stock rating was maintained by Argus Research with "Buy". As per Monday, February 8, the company rating was downgraded by HBSC. Read More »

Cavs try to adjust on both ends after Game 1 beating

The autopsy on the Cavaliers' Game 1 loss in the NBA Finals will continue right up until tip-off in Game 2 at 8 p.m. June 4. Golden State leads series 1-0. So, it's going to be a wrestling match down there, and you got to keep it going, make it tough for them and just try to wear them out, make them run a lot of pick-and-rolls and just take it to another level. Read More »

London Bridge terror attacks: What we know


It knocked loads of people down. The first incident was reported at the London Bridge when a van swerved off the road into a crowd of pedestrians. K., we will be there - WE ARE WITH YOU. U.S. President Donald Trump has been briefed on the situation and offered his support for the United Kingdom in a tweet Saturday. Read More »

US employers add modest 138000 jobs; unemployment rate dips to 4.3 percent

As recently as 2015, job growth averaged 226,000 a month. The Employment Situation Summary showed the addition of 138,000 jobs to public and private non-farm payrolls in May. The economy grew at a 1.2 percent annualised rate in the first quarter. Ten forecast further monetary policy tightening in September and only six saw a rate hike in December. Read More »

United Nations says Trump climate move won't derail accord

Anger, fear, worry and pity for the those who will feel the effects of Trump's reckless decision. "And I hope that people throughout southwestern Pennsylvania realize that". Petersburg International Economic Forum 2017 in Russian Federation. The relevant MIT researchers believe that the Paris Agreement is an unprecedented and vital effort by almost 200 countries to respond to the urgent threat of global climate change . Read More »

US Employers Add Modest 138K Jobs; Unemployment Rate Dips to 4.3 Percent

The U.S. economy added a disappointing 138,000 jobs in May and gains in March and April were significantly downgraded, the U.S. Department of Labor reported . "We're not anxious about slowing job growth", Gary Cohn , director of the White House's National Economic Council , told CNBC. The labor force participation rate , or the share of working-age Americans who are employed or at least looking for a job, could have risen last month as college graduates enter the labor force. Read More »

French Open 2017: Commissioner McEnroe helps Becker deal with Agassi coaching Djokovic


When asked what it meant to be playing in her 20th French Open , Williams provided the quote of the day. "Was a great match for me, no?" Indeed, his 100th best-of-five-set match on clay also was the most lopsided. The 36-year-old has yet to drop a set at this tournament and looks to be in excellent form on the Roland Garros clay. "I hope he recovers quickly", said Zeballos, who packed up Goffin's racket bag and carried it off the court for him. Read More »

European Union leaders turn to China after Trump visit clouds USA relations


Merkel said Germany and China should work closely together on issues such as protecting the climate. He added, "Fighting climate change is a global consensus, it's not invented by China. The chancellor welcomed Li's announcement that China will stand by its obligations on climate, saying that China and Germany are partners in building a "rules based worldwide order". Read More »

US adds modest 138000 jobs, dropping unemployment to 4.3 percent


The pace of job creation in the United States slowed by more than expected in May, and less participation in the labor market helped to push the unemployment rate to a 16-year low. This was the 80th consecutive month of overall job growth. And earnings growth, which showed signs of accelerating last year, seems to have leveled off at a rate of about 2.5 percent per year. Read More »

OPEC extends oil output cut by nine months


The contract shed $2.46, or 4.8 percent, to settle at $48.90 a barrel on Thursday.The S&P Energy Index dropped almost 11 percent Thursday to levels unseen since August 2016. " OPEC production cuts have finite lifespans". "The problem is that investors look at the impact today, while OPEC focuses on reaching stability in the coming six to nine months, so the long squeeze yesterday was overdone a bit", said Hans van Cleef, senior energy economist at ABN Amro. Read More »

Mattis turns up heat on North Korea and China


His sharp words for both countries suggested he believed China would, out of self-interest, pressure North Korea to halt its nuclear and missile programs even as Washington pushes Beijing to change course in the South China Sea. The UN Security Council has expanded sanctions against North Korea in response to a series of missile tests conducted by Pyongyang this year. China has also been infuriated by the United States deployment of an advanced Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) ... Read More »

Ronaldo sends Real on their way to victory

Cristiano Ronaldo became the first player to score in three UEFA Champions League finals after setting Real Madrid on the lead in Saturday's final clash against Juventus . For the first time in the Champions League era, we have a team who have defended the trophy successfully and for Ronaldo, this was merely the latest entry into his personal encyclopaedia of glory. Read More »

State Officials Frustated as Budget Doesn't Pass

Rauner has refused to say whether he'll seek a second term, although his campaign paid for a two-day swing around the state in April to shore up support for his agenda. Cullerton accused Rauner of "hijacking" Senate budget negotiations, suggesting that Rauner added $20 million to his own campaign fund to run Republican primary opponents against incumbents if they voted in favor of a budget plan, just as the Senate was calling those bills for a vote. Read More »

Where to get free doughnuts for National Doughnut Day


People across the country will be consuming donuts today for National Donut Day , but here in northeast Wisconsin they'll be doing so for a good cause. Entemann's: Through July 15 enter to win a year of free donuts from Entemann's. The organization held the event to raise money during the Great Depression and to honor the "Lassies" who served doughnuts to World War I soldiers. Read More »

Healthcare leaders decry Trump's withdrawal from Paris climate accord

The Kremlin leader said that "in my view it was possible (for the US) not to leave the Paris agreement because it is a framework deal, and it was possible to change the U.S. Pat. "It's an important worldwide agreement on climate change", May said Friday. But Britain did not sign a joint statement by the leaders of Germany, France and Italy, who said they regretted Trump's decision and insisted that the accord can not be renegotiated. Read More »

UK PM May's lead narrows slightly to 12 points: ICM poll


Sterling was hit after one poll yesterday showed the election could end in a hung parliament . Jim Messina, a polling and data adviser for the Conservative Party who worked on Barack Obama's campaign, said the YouGov numbers were stupid and that he had spent the day laughing at them. Read More »

US unemployment rate hits 16-year low in May

Since January, the unemployment rate has declined by 0.5 percentage point, and the number of unemployed has decreased by 774,000. Over May, 1.7 million were in this situation and accounted for 24 percent of the unemployed. Average hourly earnings rose four cents or 0.2 percent in May after a similar gain in April. The BLS also looks at the job situation using other groupings of the populace, one of which is U6, the most inclusive measure of "labor underutilitization". Read More »

Quitting Paris likely to have muted effect in key industries


The president's aides could say Trump rejects climate science, but that would make him sound like an ignorant loon, positioning him far outside the national and worldwide mainstream. "He still sees a path forward on that and we're also going to continue to work with our friends and allies on our priorities: national security and the economy". Read More »

Crown Castle International Corporation (NYSE:CCI) Receives An Update From Brokers

Fred Alger Mgmt Inc holds 0.85% or 1.79 million shares in its portfolio. Many analysts have provided their estimated foresights on Crown Castle International Corp. Great Westn Bancorp Inc (NYSE:GWB) was reduced too. Oppenheimer holds 0.04% of its portfolio in Crown Castle International Corp. Signature Bank had 29 analyst reports since July 22, 2015 according to SRatingsIntel. Read More »