• 13.8M goal set for Obama's final health care signup season

    The finding will likely surprise those health care experts who have projected that people would make fewer ER visits after acquiring health insurance. "So this buy-in is more complicated than one may suppose", Reinhardt said. Vermont has received a waiver from the federal government, specifically the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), to allow the state to change the way health care is delivered and financed.

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  • Donald Trump Basically Launched His Media Company Tonight

    Donald Trump Basically Launched His Media Company Tonight

    And he opted to perpetuate that narrative before debate no. 3, streaming live from Las Vegas . "Trump TV", a network created to capitalize on the mounds of supporters he has drawn in the US election, appears to have test-launched Wednesday night, as the Republican presidential candidate sparred with Hillary Clinton in a debate he is widely reported to have lost .

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  • Massive Cyberattack Shuts Down Major Websites in US's service has also been interrupted by the cyber attack. We even learned about the largest data breach in history when 500 million Yahoo accounts were exposed. The culprit seems to be an attack on the domain name system, or DNS, a little-known part of infrastructure that plays a crucial role online. "DDoS mitigation firms simply did not count on the size of these attacks increasing so quickly overnight, and are now scrambling to secure far greater capacity to handle much larger ...

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  • Ebay revenue rises 5.6 pct

    The company said it added more than one million new buyers in the third quarter , bringing the total to 165 million global active buyers. Classifieds platforms also performed well with contribution of $0.2 billion of revenues, up 14% on a year-over-year basis on an FX-Neutral basis.

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  • PayPal Holdings Inc. (PYPL) Is Up After Q3 Earnings Matched Expectations

    PayPal Holdings Inc. (PYPL) Is Up After Q3 Earnings Matched Expectations

    In the quarter, PayPal made meaningful progress in offering customer choice in its online and mobile checkout experiences to enhance how customers in the US can send money, shop, and pay withPayPal. During the past twelve month period, the stock reached a minimum value of $63.57 and it hit to the maximum value of $79.00. There were consensus estimates from Thomson Reuters that called for $0.35 in EPS on $2.65 billion in revenue .

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  • Reliance Industries' Q2 net profit drop by 23%

    Reliance Industries' Q2 net profit drop by 23%

    Net profit grew 2.07 percent to Rs 7,704 crore on a quarter-on-quarter basis, the company said in a stock exchange filing. Revenue rose 9.6 percent from a year earlier to 816.51 billion rupees. Consolidated revenue came in at Rs 81,651 crore, against Rs 74,490 crore a year ago. "These projects will further strengthen our position as a leading operator in the energy and materials businesses", he added.

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  • Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) Slides on Weak Earnings, Revenue Up 23%

    With an institutional ownership near 58%, it carries an earnings per share ratio of -0.43. Its relative strength index (RSI) arrived at 50.56 and Beta factor of the stock was observed as 2.51. Advanced Micro Devices , Inc is a global semiconductor company. ( AMD ) grabbed an average recommendation of " Hold " from analysts. The Stock Closing Price on the 7th day of earnings was $2.07.

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  • BNY Mellon third-quarter earnings top expectations

    BNY Mellon third-quarter earnings top expectations

    Stock market analysts and brokers have recently amended their target prices on shares of Bank Of New York Mellon Corporation (The) (NYSE:BK). Earnings per share increased to 90 cents from 74 cents. Total fee and other revenues rose 3% from the prior-year quarter to $3.15 billion. 01/07/2016 - Bank Of New York Mellon Corporation (The) was upgraded to "overweight" by analysts at JP Morgan.

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  • McDonald's Corp. (NYSE:MCD) earnings expectations

    McDonald's Corp. (NYSE:MCD) earnings expectations

    A total of 22 analysts have released a research note on McDonald's Corporation . The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission declared the settlement Tuesday with McDonald's Corp. The scale is on a 1 to 5 basis where 1 represents a Strong Buy and 5 a Strong Sell. In other McDonald's Corp. news, Chairman Andrew J. Mckenna sold 70,000 shares of the firm's stock in a transaction dated Thursday, August 4th.

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  • American Express profit falls 10 percent, but tops estimates

    American Express profit falls 10 percent, but tops estimates

    American Express Company (NYSE:AXP) got boosted by 0.3 per cent through the trading floor to reach at $60.08 as its next quarterly earnings report date is October 19, 2016. The company has an Average Rating of 2.33 based on Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S scale of 1-5. In a different news, on May 27, 2016, Susan Sobbott (Pres., Glbl Commercial Pymnts) sold 14,682 shares at $65.50 per share price.

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  • History of U.S. Bancorp (NYSE:USB) stock price after earnings

    History of U.S. Bancorp (NYSE:USB) stock price after earnings

    The market cap of 73664.51 for U.S. Bancorp in today's market indicated its current strength, making the company's shares a lucrative one. Stockman Asset Management now owns 39,072 shares of the financial services provider's stock worth $1,586,000 after buying an additional 186 shares during the period.

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  • Visa CEO Scharf to resign, replaced by Ex-AmEx President Kelly

    Visa CEO Scharf to resign, replaced by Ex-AmEx President Kelly

    He says that running a company based in San Francisco is hard for his personal life. Kelly will join Visa on October 31, and Scharf will advise him for several months. The addition of the company's stock in the Dow Jones Industrial Average in 2013 was another important accomplishment. Scharf himself lived in NY prior to moving to San Francisco for the position at Visa .

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  • J&J brushes off looming biosimilar competition

    J&J brushes off looming biosimilar competition

    The world's biggest maker of health care products posted revenue of $17.82 billion in the period, also topping Street forecasts. The product will be the first biosimilar monoclonal antibody and only the second biosimilar to be available in the U.S.

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  • 'Trendy' caramel-filled M&Ms to hit the shelves come spring

    M&M is no stranger to innovation and in the past has introduced varieties including pretzel, crispy (so popular it made a comeback after a limited time run) and coffee nut . It's a tasty addition to its milk chocolate, peanut and peanut butter flavors. Izzo's team worked with engineers and product development scientists to design and develop machinery to fill the M&M's with caramel .

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  • Crown Resorts still in dark on staff arrests in China

    Crown Resorts still in dark on staff arrests in China

    The Sydney-listed company said it had not made contact with its employees, including Australia-based head of global VIP gambling Jason O'Connor, and was not aware why they had been detained. China is reportedly preparing to charge the 18 Crown Resorts employees detained in that country with serious gaming offences. MGM China Holdings and SJM Holdings, both Macau casino operators saw their shares down more than 4% at stages yesterday.

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  • China in crackdown on 'gambling crimes'

    China in crackdown on 'gambling crimes'

    A BBC report said it still remains unknown on whether any charges had been laid. Marketing gambling services is illegal in mainland China. Crown, which operates casinos in Melbourne and Perth, also runs three casinos in Macau: City of Dreams, Studio City and Altira Macau.

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  • Twin Ports Fans React to Bob Dylan Winning Nobel Prize

    Each participant also names his favorite Dylan record and defends his choice. Belarusian writer Svetlana Alexievich won last year's Nobel literature award. " Like a Rolling Stone ", his takedown of a rich and pampered young woman forced to fend for herself, was pronounced the greatest song of all time by Rolling Stone magazine.

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  • Air passengers with Samsung Note 7 phones face fines in US

    Air passengers with Samsung Note 7 phones face fines in US

    At least three US airlines are adding new fire-suppression equipment to fleets in case a cellphone or laptop battery overheats, catches on fire and can't be extinguished. According to the Wall Street Journal , Delta wants to have all of these bags on the selected planes by the end of this year, with all but regional jets getting them by the end of next year.

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  • How the Dow Jones industrial average fared on Thursday

    The Nasdaq composite shed 25.69 points, or 0.5 percent, 5,213.33. That was worse than analysts expected, and it was also a much bigger drop than in August. Investors also bought government bonds, which sent yields sharply lower. Consumer price inflation rose more strongly than expected to 1.9%, while producer prices edged up 0.1% in September.

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  • American Airlines (AAL) Stock Gains on Q3 Unit Revenue Outlook

    American Airlines (AAL) Stock Gains on Q3 Unit Revenue Outlook

    Imperial Capital maintained American Airlines Group Inc (NASDAQ: AAL ) rating on Wednesday, September 2. The most recent short interest data show 7.31% of the company's stock are short sold. (AAL) sold shares in a trading activity completed on Wednesday September 14, 2016. The transaction was disclosed in a legal filing with the Securities & Exchange Commission, which is available through the SEC website .

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  • After the scandal, Wells Fargo's damage becomes apparent

    But they could be interpreted as a subtle jab at Wells Fargo , which is in turmoil after the bank was found to have opened up fake accounts for many of its customers. Wall Street had predicted earnings per share of $1.01 for revenue of $22.22bn. Analysts are expecting Citigroup to post a decline in revenue and profits.

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  • Nothing to see here, just a creepy clown on a mobility scooter

    The group of friends also photographed the same clown sitting down in the auto park, at a different location of the Rec. The Royal Gibraltar Police is aware that the clown epidemic sweeping the United States and UK has surfaced locally. A clip of a man whizzing around on a mobility scooter, while wearing a clown mask and an orange wig, was posted to Facebook by Sheffield vehicle salesman, Justin Martin Lee.

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  • Tata Consultancy Services profit up 8.8%

    Tata Consultancy Services profit up 8.8%

    Chief Executive N. Chandrasekaran said in a statement that it had been an "unusual" quarter for the company, with "caution among customers" leading to limited discretionary spending. India's IT services sector faces a worse-than-expected rest of the year as new services in areas such as digital technologies and artificial intelligence will not almost be enough to boost growth that still largely relies on traditional large outsourcing contracts.

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  • General Electric's (GE)

    General Electric's (GE) "Market Perform" Rating Reaffirmed at Sanford C. Bernstein

    American Electric Power has a 52 week low of $53.30 and a 52 week high of $71.32. The company reported $0.51 earnings per share (EPS) for the quarter, beating the Thomson Reuters' consensus estimate of $0.46 by $0.05. This appreciation has taken its current market value to32.73B and a price-to-earnings ratio to 18.09. General Electric's dividend payout ratio is now 77.97%.

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  • Only alternative to 'hard Brexit' is 'no Brexit'

    He said in a speech Thursday: "I think it is useless to speculate about "soft Brexit". His warning came as Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said she would introduce a Bill aimed at winning independence from Britain, accusing the government of pushing for a " hard Brexit ".

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  • Salesforce Walks Away from Twitter Deal

    Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff lately revealed his company is not interested in acquiring Twitter . Salesforce did not immediately respond to a CNBC request for comment. Fidelity Investments led an ad hoc investor campaign, according to the New York Times , emailing Benioff about concerns over the deal. Twitter also has a serious issue with user growth, and some analysts are expecting its monthly active user numbers to show a decline when it reports its third-quarter results later this ...

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  • North Dakota Is Pumping Oil at the Slowest Pace in Two Years

    North Dakota Is Pumping Oil at the Slowest Pace in Two Years

    The all-time high was at 1.23 million barrels per day in December of 2014. "It does send a signal to the world markets that USA producers are serious about reducing activity, reducing costs, reducing production and I think that should help support the recent price increase we saw", Lynn Helms, director of state's Department of Mineral Resources, said in a call with reporters.

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  • Dollar slips lower with eyes on Fed meeting minutes

    Dollar slips lower with eyes on Fed meeting minutes

    Recently, gold prices fell to a four-month low as the dollar rose. The pound had surged by as much as 1.5 percent after British Prime Minister Theresa May said she would give lawmakers some scrutiny of the Brexit process and would seek "maximum possible access" to Europe's single market.

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  • Ford puts the Brakes on the Mustang Assembly Line

    Ford puts the Brakes on the Mustang Assembly Line

    M - Ford's performance accessory division, Ford Performance , is taking a good thing and making it better. "The kit boasts an average gain of 40 horsepower and 60 lb-ft of torque from 2,500 rpm to 5,000 rpm, with even larger average gains of 75 horsepower and 64 lb-ft from 5,500 rpm to redline", White added.

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  • Siemens jumps into population health with IBM

    Siemens jumps into population health with IBM

    The health-focused alliance is the first of its kind for the companies, which have a long-standing global relationship that spans diverse industry sectors including IBMs work with Siemens Building Technologies, Siemens PLM and Siemens Digital Grid.

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  • Fed saw no-hike decision in September as 'close call'

    Fed saw no-hike decision in September as 'close call'

    USA economic indicators have been relatively upbeat in recent weeks, strengthening perceptions that the Fed could hike in December. Wall Street markets were steady on Wednesday (Oct 12) as minutes to the Federal Reserve's last meeting supported a December rate hike.

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  • Woman plunges to death 'trying to escape Tinderdate'

    Woman plunges to death 'trying to escape Tinderdate'

    He told the court women in the two apartments below Tostee's had both been drawn out onto their own balconies by the loud fighting between the pair, and watched in horror as Ms Wright fell past them and to her death on the ground below. Ms Wright's younger sister gave evidence today at Gable Tostee's trial at Brisbane Supreme Court. Cash said a woman who lived directly under Tostee's unit in the Avalon Apartments complex would give evidence she went onto her balcony after hearing a female ...

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  • Chicago suspending business with Wells Fargo for a year

    Wells Fargo stock has plummeted 19.68 percent on the year. Hillary Clinton slammed Wells Fargo today, holding up the bank's ongoing accounts scandal as an example of " egregious corporate behavior ", and pledging to strengthen consumer protections and further scrutinize corporate America if elected.

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  • Lane Johnson's 10-Game Suspension Upheld, Per Report

    Lane Johnson's 10-Game Suspension Upheld, Per Report

    Back in August, reports of a 10-game suspension for the former first-round pick emerged. For the Philadelphia Eagles , this means that Lane Johnson's suspension will begin immediately leaving him eligible to return week December 19th after the team's matchup with the Baltimore Ravens.

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  • Green Day coming to the Petersen in March

    Green Day is already set to play a sold-out show at the Fillmore on October 24, a makeup date for an originally scheduled September concert delayed because of band illness. After a handful of US shows to close out October, Green Day will head out on a European tour to open 2017. But that doesn't mean Green Day has lost the political edge it unveiled in the masterful rock opera (and Broadway musical) " American Idiot ".

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