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White House's new press boss deletes embarrassing anti-Trump tweets


Sanders has been handling most of the briefing duties in recent weeks, and most briefings have been off-camera. Nevertheless, the White House maintained that Mr Trump raised the issue with Russian President Vladimir Putin at their first face-to-face meeting since the United States leader took office. Read More »

Unfazed Spieth takes two shot British Open lead


Former champion Rory McIlroy has an anxious eye on the weather as the 146th Open Championship gets under way at Royal Birkdale on Thursday. It was reminiscent of the 1979 U.S. It was also significant given the efforts of top-ranked Dustin Johnson , who strode with the loose-limbed prowl of a panther, but could do no better than one-over 71 in balmy afternoon conditions. Read More »

Audi has said it nearly a million of its cars


Studies previous year by the British, French and German governments found that carmakers exploited gaping loopholes in European Union regulations to evade emissions standards. That exemption is legal but German regulators have questioned whether its use was always justified. An Audi spokesman said, "Audi intends to reduce overall emissions , especially in urban areas". Read More »

Anthony Scaramucci blows the press a smooch


He gave an indication of his way of operation and said the United States president needs to express his own identity. Yet he angrily lashed out at United States media, claiming they were "obsessed" with Russian Federation after USA intelligence agencies said that Moscow was involved in meddling with the U.S. Read More »

Israelis dead in occupied West Bank stabbing attack

To further complicate the situation, the Palestinian Authority and the Wakf Islamic Trust ordered Muslims to flood the Temple Mount for Friday prayers and close all other mosques in the city. The imposition of the extra security measures followed the killing of two Israeli police who were guarding the compound entrance on July 14. The Haram al-Sharif/Temple Mount is central to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Read More »

General Electric Company (NYSE:GE) Experiences Heavy Trading Volume

The business is scheduled to issue its next quarterly earnings report before the market opens on Friday, July 21st. It has underperformed by 4.60% the S&P500. (NYSE:EMR) has "Hold" rating given on Thursday, June 22 by Cowen & Co. El Paso Electric Company has a 12-month low of $42.49 and a 12-month high of $55.45. Read More »

EUR/USD Retreats Ahead Of Thursday's ECB Meeting


The sudden moves suggested that some market participants were still unprepared for an end to the stimulus, which the bank says has played a big role in shoring up the economic recovery in the eurozone by keeping a lid on market interest rates. Read More »

Kuwait's oil minister says market will balance by end-March 2018


The pipeline resumed exports in October 2016 after it was repaired but was shut down in November after the militants bombed the subsea facility for the second time. Still, oil stocks remained comfortably above the five-year average and prices were more than 15% below their 2017 highs. USA crude inventories slid by 7.56 million barrels last week, the most since September a year ago, data from the Energy Information Administration showed on Wednesday. Read More »

Trump's effort to replace Obamacare in disarray

The collapse of Republicans' push to repeal and replace Obamacare in the US Senate set up a possible repeal-only vote and clouded the path forward for President Donald Trump's other domestic policy goals, rattling financial markets on Tuesday. Read More »

Frontier Announcement Means DIA Will Have To Expand Its Capacity


The airport will open six new gates by the end of 2017 and is working to come up with a long-term solution. The new route gives Frontier 18 destinations from Cleveland Hopkins - more than any other carrier. Frontier's hub is in Denver, and they've actually added more service there with their new expansion, as they will now offer 20 new destinations from Denver International Airport. Read More »

Polls open in Venezuela opposition vote — Nicolas Maduro


Venezuelans are casting ballots in an unofficial opposition organized "referendum" Sunday on President Nicolas Maduro's bid to hold a July 30 election for a new assembly tasked with drafting a new constitution. "We express our hope that Sunday's consultation will proceed peacefully and in the full respect of the human rights of all". She explained that part of the exercise was to identify those localities within the municipalities where the safety of voters could be threatened during the ... Read More »

Minnesota police officer who shot, killed Australian woman offers condolences


Her fiancé's son, 22-year-old Zach, said that his mother is dead because police shot her for reasons he does not yet know. Sterlace talked to her father after it happened and said her family is just heartbroken . A woman killed by police in the United States had called them to report a sexual assault taking place in an alley behind her home , it has emerged. Read More »

Inflation drops as fuel prices continue to fall


The Reserve Bank had forecast in May that today's annual rate would come in at 2.1 per cent. Last week's wage growth data showed United Kingdom regular pay growing at just 2.0 percent for the three months to May. Inflation was 2.9 percent last month and analysts are forecasting a repeat of that print, but there is risk it could end up at 3 percent. Most economists had expected the headline rate of CPI to remain roughly the same or at least only shrink to 2.8%, although the number was in ... Read More »

Netflix subscriber surge to over 100 million worldwide


Los Gatos, California-based Netflix's second-quarter profit rose to USD65.6 million or USD0.15 per share from USD40.8 million or USD0.09 per share a year ago. The most important number for investors, of course, was subscriber growth . Analysts were anticipating revenue of $2.76 billion and earnings of 16 cents per share. Read More »

GOP Push to Pass Health-Care Law Faces New Setback


On Friday, the heads of the industry's two leading advocacy groups - America's Health Insurance Plans and the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association - called the Senate bill "simply unworkable", warning it "would undermine protections for those with pre-existing medical conditions". Read More »

New World, Release Window Announced for Kingdom Hearts III


The Redditor also gave a hint that today's D23 Expo 2017 will reveal a new world for " Kingdom Hearts 3 " that is dedicated to " The Incredibles " instead. After a few details are given, Sora, Donald and Goofy realize that Organization XIII is behind it all. For assets, please visit the press site at . Read More »

Batting heroics, Gayakwad five-for seal India's semi-final berth


Mithali Raj has always been the precocious achiever - she was passionate about the Indian dance style of Bharatnatyam uncommon for girls her age, but then she took on something that was even more uncommon - cricket . Deepti was the first to strike when, after a dry spell of not many boundaries, Martin hit her straight to Kaur at midwicket. And when the assault started from the 42nd over, she just sat back and enjoyed the show. Read More »

Cubs land White Sox's Quintana in blockbuster deal

That's right. Step aside national baseball reporters. In some ways, it looks like Chicago added a player that may not make that huge of a difference. He was in his sixth season with the Sox and was the No. 1 starter for them this season. "He may have had a rough time coming off the WBC [World Baseball Classic], when he almost threw a no-hitter for five innings", the scout said. Read More »

Dollar dips after weak consumer prices data


Dollar-bullish investors struggled to find inspiration from Yellen's optimism during Thursday's trading session, with the Dollar Index edging towards 95.75. The Fed has frequently been overly optimistic about its predictions for rate hikes in the post-recession era. That followed a report that the European Central Bank is likely to signal in September that its asset purchase programme will be gradually wound down next year. Read More »

Alfred Angelo Bridal Chains Closing All Stores


Tiffany was told her bridesmaids dresses will be shipped directly from the warehouse to them when they're ready in September. Brides who had ordered Alfred Angelo dresses aren't sure anymore whether they'll end up getting the gowns or their money back. Read More »

NBA Summer League: Matt Thomas nets 10 for victorious Lakers


Los Angeles Lakers rookie Lonzo Ball put on a show Wednesday night in the Las Vegas Summer League . During a recent interview with ESPN's "The Lowe Post" with Zach Lowe , Lakers head coach Luke Walton gave his own glowing remark on Ball's unique passing ability. Read More »

The heat and humidity returns this week along with several storm chances


The front over us begins to basically wash out Wednesday . This morning: Areas of fog, mostly cloudy. Humidity will steadily creep upward on a stiff southerly breeze. Such an on-shore flow would cool us off a little bit, especially along the coast. By this weekend highs return to the low 90s and maybe even dropping below 70° in a few spots. Read More »

Dollar Slides as Investors Watch Yellen Testimony


Describing a healthy and steady-growing American economy, Yellen told USA lawmakers on Wednesday that "gradual" increases in interest rates would be sufficient. "We're watching it very closely and stand ready to adjust our policy if it appears that the inflation under-shoot will be persistent". Sterling was up 0.4 percent on the day at $1.2925. Read More »

Brexit position paper on pending ECJ cases published

Labour has demanded the bill includes full protection of British workers' rights and is looking to stop the Government gaining "Henry VIII powers". Separate legislation will be needed to cover areas such as fishing, farming and immigration, he said, with a series of further Bills in these areas also likely to require legislative consent from the devolved administrations. Read More »

Roger Federer makes Wimbledon semifinals for 12th time


While it appeared that the Scot was physically-impaired toward the end of the match, a healthy Murray still may not have had a chance against Querrey's aggression. I knew I wasn't going to do any major damage by playing. "So obviously wanted to try, if possible, find a way at the end", said the Brit. He broke the Canadian once more in the fifth game of the set before finally wrapping up the set. Read More »

Oil prices rise on falling USA fuel inventories, lower production outlook


United States crude oil inventories dipped by 8.1 million barrels in the week to July 7 to 495.6 million, according to the American Petroleum Institute (API). It further added that the catalyst could be further intervention by OPEC or a steady drop in USA crude stockpiles and the nation's rig count. The US could quadruple its crude oil exports by 2020 in a move that will seriously impact OPEC's hold on the global market . Read More »

Dividend Darling in Focus: Atwood Oceanics, Inc. (NYSE:ATW)


Many investors will opt to use multiple time periods when examining moving averages. ( ATW ). A frequently used tool among technical stock analysts is the moving average. Return on Equity (ROE) stands at 2.6% and Return on Investment (ROI) of 7.1 percent. Orchid Island Capital, Inc. The stock closed its day at $10.16. Read More »

Halcon Resources Corporation (NYSE:HK), Reynolds American, Inc. (NYSE:RAI)

Range Resources Corporation (RRC ), a part of Basic Materials sector and belongs to Independent Oil & Gas industry; ended its day with gain 1.70% and finalized at the price of $22.14. The company was able to keep return on investment at -25.10% in the last twelve months. The stock was sold at an average price of $23.17, for a total transaction of $166,824.00. Read More »

Fed plans more rate hikes to meet goals: Yellen


Her term as chair expires on February 3 and President Trump has not yet indicated if he'll nominate her to a second term or pick someone new. The baht snapped six losing session and hit its biggest intraday percent gain in a month, while the Taiwan dollar gained its most in a day since late May 22. Read More »

IIA to Join Day of Action in Support of an Open Internet


Take action", with a link to the website of Internet Association , a trade group of more than 40 Silicon Valley companies. This is the basic principle that internet service providers (ISPs), such as BT and Virgin in the United Kingdom for example, treat all data equally, whether it's a personal email, bank transfers or episodes streamed to your computer. Read More »

Ravi Shastri is new coach of Indian Cricket Team

BCCI's Cricket Advisory Council on Tuesday appointed Ravi Shastri as the new coach of Indian cricket team , said Acting BCCI President CK Khanna. With no headway visible, Ganguly had to accept Shastri. Shastri held on to the post from August 2014 to June 2016. His appointment came close on the heels of Anil Kumble's resignation owing to captain Virat Kohli's reported objections. Read More »

Rand slightly firmer, while markets focus on Fed address


With the absence of any top tier news and the markets waiting for further indications on the Fed's policy when Janet Yellen testifies before Congress on Wednesday, investors and traders are now in "wait and see" mode. She is testifying before the House Wednesday and the Senate on Thursday. The pound was trading broadly unchanged after the news, erasing an earlier drop following reported comments from Bank of England Deputy Governor Ben Broadbent saying he is not yet ready to raise rates. Read More »

Trump raised concerns about hacking with Putin


The U.S. had promised to send $3 billion to the Green Climate Fund ; the stoppage comes after $1 billion was already paid under President Obama. Climate and trade were two of the most contentious issues, in part due to the assertive stance taken on both by Trump. Read More »

South Korea disputes Pyongyang's claims of ICBM re-entry capabilities


An already nervous world has even more reason to be anxious when America's president responds with: " North Korea has just launched another missile". That we've survived this long is because of you. Speaking to reporters later on Air Force One, US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said the meeting between Mr Trump and Mr Xi lasted over 90 minutes, and they had " substantive discussions " about how to deal with North Korea together. Read More »