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  • Decades-old clue says Trump's bad week might not be so bad

    With that out of the way, Pirro launched into a vituperative monologue on the subject of House speaker Paul Ryan and the failed Republican healthcare bill, in which she called for his resignation. White House press secretary Sean Spicer downplayed Trump's tweet earlier Saturday. The Trump administration has announced that their next step is to focus on tax reform, and to leave health care be for now.

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  • Top economies yield to US, drop no-protectionism pledge

    Mnuchin told a news conference in Baden Baden after his 1st meeting with the finance chiefs of the world's 20 biggest economies. Asked why a clear rejection of protectionism did not feature in the final document, Schaeuble said: "It is not that we were not united".

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  • Settle Ram temple matter through negotiations: SC

    Settle Ram temple matter through negotiations: SC

    Earlier in the day, the apex court had observed that all parties in the case should sit together and resolve the issue. These issues are best decided jointly. "Hence the appeal in apex court", Owaisi tweeted hours after the Supreme Court's proposal. "The RSS will not decide it". Its joint general secretary Dattatreya Hosabele said in Coimbatore that the organisation would go by what the Dharma Sansad, which was at the forefront of the Ram Janmabhoomi movement, would do on the issue.

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  • G20's protectionism shift hits stocks, dollar at 6-week low

    G20's protectionism shift hits stocks, dollar at 6-week low

    As the USA economy continues to show signs of strength, Chicago Federal Reserve President Charles Evans on Monday said four rate rises from the central bank this year isn't totally out of the realm of possibility. The pound, which had been up as much as a third of a per cent against the USA dollar in London morning trade, reversed course, falling as low as US$1.2336 following the statement, down 0.45 per cent on the day.

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  • Uttar Pradesh gets Hindu firebrand leader

    Uttar Pradesh gets Hindu firebrand leader

    Calling the swearing in of a new BJP government a historic occasion, the Chief Minister recalled BJP ideologue Deen Dayal Upadhyaya, saying his government was committed to fulfilling his dream of antyodaya. It is often said that the road to Delhi or federal power in Indian politics runs through Uttar Pradesh. Earlier, Yogi took charge of the Government in his new office at Lok Bhawan.

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  • Stocks gain, dollar down as Fed sees gradual tightening

    Stocks gain, dollar down as Fed sees gradual tightening

    Earlier, the pan-European STOXX 600 index gained 0.4 percent, helped by energy and basic resource stocks. Markets are also keeping an eye on the Group of 20 finance leaders' meeting in Germany this weekend, where topics including protectionism, exchange rates and reforms to boost economic growth, are expected to be on the agenda.

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  • United States crude futures continue to decline for 7th straight session

    Production by all Opec members, including cut-exempted Nigeria and Libya, fell to 32.14 million bpd. A weaker dollar supports crude prices, but its impact is muted in the current environment, where a troika of fundamentals - OPEC/non-OPEC production cuts, changes in inventory levels and the revival of the United States shale industry - are a far more dominant force.

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  • SE Asia Stocks-Rise as US Fed signals gradual tightening

    SE Asia Stocks-Rise as US Fed signals gradual tightening

    The Shanghai Composite Index added 0.1 percent to 3,238.93. In a move spurred by steady economic growth, strong job gains and confidence that inflation is rising to the central bank's target, the Fed raised rates by 25 basis points, its second in three months, with Chair Janet Yellen emphasising that future rate increases would be "gradual".

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  • GoPro Cuts 270 Jobs

    GoPro Cuts 270 Jobs

    Their stock rallied significantly on news of their cost-cutting measures. "We are confident that we are not making those trade-offs", said Charles "C.J". The company has been streamlining its operations as it attempts to return to profitability. The company has always been dogged by skepticism from investors and analysts that it can be more than a one-trick pony.

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  • Maui County's Unemployment Rate 3.3% in January

    Maui County's Unemployment Rate 3.3% in January

    For the first time in more than four years, Limestone County's jobless rate hit 6 percent in January, according to numbers released Monday by the state Department of Labor. Bureau of Labor Statistics said Friday. A separate survey of households estimates the number of people actively participating in the labor force rose by 3,500 to 2,911,900, while the number of people describing themselves as employed rose by 5,100 to 2,827,200.

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  • How to Change Your Flight During Winter Storm Stella Without Paying Fees

    How to Change Your Flight During Winter Storm Stella Without Paying Fees

    On Monday, heavy snow and strong winds are expected to stretch from Washington, D.C.to Boston, but the storm will hit a much larger swatch of the US, too. operations. "We're preparing for a significant storm on Tuesday, and New Yorkers should also prepare for snow and risky road conditions", New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio told the Associated Press.

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  • U.S. attorney Preet Bharara fired by Trump administration after refusing to resign

    Bharara, an Obama appointee President Donald Trump publicly asked to stay on in November, tweeted from his personal Twitter account at 2:29 p.m. Saturday that he had been fired. The 48-year-old was appointed by former President Barack Obama in 2009 and was one of 46 prosecutors from the previous administration who were called on to resign by new US Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Friday.

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  • Young girl stares down Wall Street's charging bull on International Women's Day

    Young girl stares down Wall Street's charging bull on International Women's Day

    The night before International Women's Day, a new fighter for women's equality appeared in New York: The "Fearless Girl" statue, a bronze girl facing down Wall Street's famous "Charging Bull." As the third largest asset manager in the world and a significant shareholder, 2 we believe that board diversity enhances board quality-bringing together directors with different skills, backgrounds and expertise.

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  • Dick's Sporting Goods' profits dip in fourth quarter

    Dick's Sporting Goods' profits dip in fourth quarter

    Norges Bank bought a new stake in shares of Dicks Sporting Goods during the fourth quarter worth about $37,378,000. Company shares have been seen trading -23.47% off of the 52 week high and 27.69% away from the 52 week low. Past 5 years growth of Dicks Sporting Goods Inc (NYSE: DKS ) observed at 5.58%, and for the next five years the analysts that follow this company are expecting its growth at 12.78%.

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  • Rick Perry confirmed as US Secretary of Energy

    Rick Perry confirmed as US Secretary of Energy

    The Senate confirmed former Texas Gov. Rick Perry to head the Department of Energy on Thursday in a 62-37 vote. Rick Perry is now in charge of the very department he couldn't even remember: the U.S. Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas, replied that as governor Perry "created an environment where all energy producers could not just succeed but really prosper".

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  • Empire District Electric Company (The) (NYSE:EDE) Reviewed By Analysts

    Going forward, the company's aggressive restructuring actions and strategic divestures are expected to boost margins. Jeffrey R. Immelt is one of the biggest insider owners in General Electric Company (NYSE:GE), according to U.S. The company also recently announced a quarterly dividend, which will be paid on Friday, March 10th. Investors of record on Friday, February 17th will be given a dividend of $0.48 per share.

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  • Here's how much Evan Spiegel is worth after Snap's IPO

    Here's how much Evan Spiegel is worth after Snap's IPO

    The company had targeted a valuation of between $19.5 billion and $22.3 billion. Orders for the IPO have begun to come in at the high-end of its range, and its "book" is already oversubscribed, according to people familiar with the process who requested anonymity.

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  • Massachusetts Law Enforcement Leaders Express Immigration Concerns in Letter

    Massachusetts Law Enforcement Leaders Express Immigration Concerns in Letter

    Daniela Vargas speaks about the recent immigration raid that picked her father and brother and others during a news conference Wednesday, March 1, 2017 , at the Jackson, Miss ., city hall. Vargas hid in the closet. "Several lawmakers have raised questions about Vargas" detention. Richard J. Durbin (D-Ill.). The immigration enforcement agency did not say in its statement why Vargas was targeted for arrest .

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  • Mattis Influence Shows As Trump Travel Ban May Drop A Country

    Mattis Influence Shows As Trump Travel Ban May Drop A Country

    The Trump administration was initially expected to appeal the ruling to the Supreme Court, but ultimately made a decision to instead pursue a new executive order that could stand legal muster. Trump's original January 27 ban included Iraq and six other countries that were temporarily prohibited from entering the U.S. Mattis reportedly implored Trump to at least grant exceptions to Iraqis fighting with the U.S.

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  • GDP growth remains at 1.9% in new Q4 estimate

    It was feared that demonetisation affected in the middle of the third quarter (November 9, 2016) would have adverse bearing on various segments of the economy. Auto sales, 2-wheeler and 3-wheeler sales, and durable and fast moving consumer goods purchases have all reported a decline in the October-December quarter.

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  • Airbus Profit Drops On A400M Charge

    Airbus Profit Drops On A400M Charge

    The commercial aircraft division saw a 7 percent boost in revenue to €49.24 billion, but Defence and Space dropped 9 percent, and helicopters were down 2 percent on the previous year. Shares in Airbus were down 1.3 percent in late-afternoon business on the Paris stock exchange. The company said on Wednesday it needed more relief following fresh problems in supplying the troop and armoured vehicle carrier's advanced defensive capabilities, which have led to new penalties and cash being held ...

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  • LA Has the Worst Traffic Congestion in the World

    Moscow came in second place with 91; NY nabbed third place with 89. The study concluded that the United States ranked as the fourth-most congested country in the world, tied with Russian Federation, with a driver average of 42 hours spent in traffic during peak hours.

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  • United Kingdom economy performs better than expected, growth estimate revised upwards

    Britain's economy picked up speed in the final three months of past year, but a downward annual revision has lost the United Kingdom its title as the fastest growing country in the G7. "However, somewhat disappointingly business investment fell on the quarter, with hints that Brexit uncertainty is hitting business confidence". Despite the vote to leave the European Union the economy remained strong, although there was a slight dip in business investment.

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  • Jay Z to expand empire with launch of venture capital firm

    Jay-Z and Beyonce at the Grammy Awards. And of course, the 47-year-old is also co-owner of Tidal streaming services. This isn't the first time that Jay Z has set his sights on investments. The company now has a $1.5 billion pre-money valuation. In 2012, Roc Nation invested an undisclosed amount in a company called Viddy, a company unofficially dubbed "Instagram for video".

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  • France's Bayrou won't stand in election, endorses Macron

    In her statement, Le Pen said she would not cover herself up and cancelled the encounter, RT reports . Le Pen has proposed extending the 2004 law banning headscarves and other religious symbols in all public spaces. There was also apparent displeasure at her comments on Assad. "You can pass on my respects to the grand mufti, but I will not cover myself up", she added.

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  • BC BUDGET: PST relief proposed for business electricity bills

    BC BUDGET: PST relief proposed for business electricity bills

    The surplus is expected to decline to C$244 million in 2018-2019 and C$223 million in 2019-20, according to the budget. Money gov says will ease financial burders could come as tax break or reduced rates of MSP, ICBC, BC Hydro, etc. "We have a growing population, and demographic shifts that also mean we have an aging population". British Columbia and Quebec are the only two provinces in Canada that have posted surpluses in the past few years.

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  • Tim Hortons' parent company buying Popeyes chain

    Relative strength index (RSI-14) for Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen Inc (NASDAQ:PLKI) is at 78.24. The Company Touched its 52-Week High on Feb 21, 2017 and 52-Week Low on Feb 24, 2016. Beta factor was calculated at 0.12. RBI has agreed to pay $79 per share, or $1.8 billion, for Popeyes. At recent session, the prices were hovering between $78.71 and $78.86.

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  • Global arms trade reaching Cold War levels

    Global arms trade reaching Cold War levels

    Of all the weapons the USA exported in the last five years, 47% ended up in the Middle East. "India was the world's largest importer of major arms in 2012-16, accounting for 13 per cent of the global total", the leading think-tank said.

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  • Michael Floyd's DUI guilty plea could lead to enhanced suspension

    Michael Floyd's DUI guilty plea could lead to enhanced suspension

    Floyd's BAC at the time of his arrest was.217, almost three times the legal limit in Arizona. The other six counts were dismissed. Floyd was sentenced in Scottsdale City Court to a 120-day jail sentence. He was inactive for the team's Super Bowl win. The former first round draft pick (2012) had to pass through the waiver wire, and only one team put a claim on him: the New England Patriots.

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