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  • Countries should help those hurt by free trade

    Countries should help those hurt by free trade

    The IMF, the World Bank and the WTO said in their joint report that the anti-trade mood had been evident long before last year's USA presidential election but said this had followed a long period when trade had brought benefits to both developed and developing countries.

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  • Wells Fargo & Company Earnings Ahead: Quick Glance

    Wells Fargo & Company Earnings Ahead: Quick Glance

    Sharkey Howes & Javer now owns 5,959 shares of the financial services provider's stock worth $264,000 after buying an additional 44 shares during the last quarter. Department of Energy's National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), will expand its focus to additional sectors such as transportation, microgrid solutions and sustainable agriculture, and implement a Channel Partner Award program.

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  • New Venezuela clashes as Maduro seeks help in Cuba

    New Venezuela clashes as Maduro seeks help in Cuba

    Several thousand demonstrators led by deputies including National assembly leader Julio Borges were attempting to march to the office of the country's human rights agency, when they were stopped by police forces, who used tear gas to disperse the crowds.

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  • Elliott applies US activist investor tactics to BHP offensive

    Elliott applies US activist investor tactics to BHP offensive

    It is understood BHP has not been aware of the details of Elliott's proposals because Elliott only sent a letter to BHP directors outlining its suggestions on yesterday, Monday, April 10. Elliott, referring to talks already held with BHP management, said the changes could boost shareholder value by about 50%. Elliott's proposal of a primary listing in London would require the approval of Australia's Foreign Investment Review Board, BHP said.

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  • Australia says it's ready to supply uranium to India

    On defence ties, the statement said both countries remain strongly committed to the breadth of their defence ties and recalled the Special Forces Bilateral Exercise conducted in October 2016. He said Australia was helping India in its water management policy while sharing expertise in the area of renewable energy. Stating that trade in goods and services between the two sides stood at $20 billion, he said there was scope for increasing this.

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  • Adani Group Suffers a Setback As Supreme Court Rejects Compensatory Power Tariff

    Adani Group Suffers a Setback As Supreme Court Rejects Compensatory Power Tariff

    Attorney general Mukul Rohatgi, appearing for the Centre, made it clear that he was only appearing in order to apprise the court that the electricity sector, having been privatised, has largely fulfilled the object sought to be achieved by the 2003 Electricity Act - which is that electricity generation, being de-licenced, should result in production of far greater electricity than was earlier produced.

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  • Delta cancels flights for third day after storm hits Atlanta

    Following a massive storm Wednesday which hit Atlanta , Delta Air Lines has announced that it was forced to cancel an estimated 3,000 flights this week. More than 3,000 flights are affected after storms rolled through the south on Wednesday. In March, the average Delta flight was about 85 percent full.

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  • Adidas reveals the first 3D-printed shoe it'll mass produce

    Adidas reveals the first 3D-printed shoe it'll mass produce

    Unlike additive 3D printing, Carbon's proprietary CLIP technology leans on oxygen permeable optics, digital light projection, and programmable liquid resins to manufacture an object. SLA , on the other hand, uses an ultra-violet laser to transform light-sensitive liquid into a solid. Eric Liedtke called it the "holy grail" as he pointed to the Futurecraft 4D .

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  • Axon Offers Free Body Cameras for Every US Police Officer

    Axon Offers Free Body Cameras for Every US Police Officer

    And the prospect of having more police departments sign on after their yearlong trial probably isn't a bad look either. While the Taser brand is strongly associated with weapons that give you an electric shock and are sometimes wielded by police officers who appear to be looking for a fight, the company is now rebranding by expanding into body cameras for police officers.

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  • Honda sales fall just under 1 percent as Acura struggles

    Honda sales fall just under 1 percent as Acura struggles

    According to sentiments of 10 analysts the company is expected to report revenues of $39.42M for the current quarter. Analyst's mean target price for F is $13.28 while analysts mean recommendation is 2.80. and worldwide trademark & copyright laws. Honda shares were down 0.83 percent at $30.01. This represents a $1.52 annualized dividend and a dividend yield of 4.45%.

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  • House sends bill to Trump blocking online privacy regulation

    Under the rules, internet providers would need to obtain consumer consent before using precise geolocation, financial information, health information, children's information and web browsing history for advertising and marketing. "The vote broke along party lines, with Republicans voting yes, although 15 Republicans broke ranks to vote against the repeal with the Democrats". "If S J Res 34 were presented to the president, his advisers would recommend that he sign the bill into law", the ...

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  • US stock indexes mostly down in afternoon trading; oil rises

    Additionally, the CBOE Volatility Index VIX, +7.19% logged its second lowest quarterly closing level ever at 11.68, according to Dow Jones data, the only other quarter with a lower average was the fourth quarter of 2006. Other companies that sell athletic apparel were pressured as well, including Nike, which lost 1.2 per cent, and Under Armour, which shed 2.3 per cent.

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  • Pacers waive Stuckey after another injury hits, sign Stephenson to deal

    Pacers waive Stuckey after another injury hits, sign Stephenson to deal

    Stephenson has averaged only 6.6 points, 2.3 rebounds and 2.8 assists in 19.1 minutes per game over those 12 contests, and he ranks 292nd among 479 players with a -0.9 nERD on the year. And he could have played a major key in the Pacers' epic second half collapse in the 2013-14 season behind the scenes. He surprised many by becoming a key player in IN in his third year with the team.

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  • Russia's oil output cut by 200000 barrels a day - energy minister

    May West Texas Intermediate crude rose $1.14, or 2.4%, to settle at $49.51 a barrel. Singapore received 11,000 bpd of the United States crude oil; Peru, 7,000 bpd; France, 7,000 and Spain bought 4,000 bpd, the EIA data indicated. Iranian Oil Minister Bijan Namdar Zanganeh said on Tuesday the deal between OPEC and non-OPEC nations for cutting output could be further extended beyond June.

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  • China's Tencent buys 5% stake in Tesla

    Goldman Sachs Downgrades the stock to Sell on 2/24/17 by stationing a price target of $185. Average price target for Tesla Motors, Inc. Tesla Motors, Inc. Ford was around for 100 years before Tesla came on the auto scene, and Ford was being publicly traded for 54 years before Tesla went public, yet the two companies are worth nearly the same, reports BuzzFeed .

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  • Blaming conservatives, Trump signals new openness to Dems

    Blaming conservatives, Trump signals new openness to Dems

    The decision to delay the vote marks an acute embarrassment for the President, but the failure of the GOP plan also puts Ryan in a much-weakened political position. that the Freedom Caucus, with the help of Club For Growth and Heritage, have saved Planned Parenthood & Ocare!" the president tweeted Sunday morning, referring to conservative organizations The Club for Growth and The Heritage Foundation that opposed the GOP health care bill.

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  • US Sanctuary Cities Can Legally Resist Immigration Enforcement

    US Sanctuary Cities Can Legally Resist Immigration Enforcement

    DOJ grants go toward funding everything from police body cameras to officer trainings for deescalation techniques. "The governor is opposed to that, I'm glad to hear", Sessions said. He gave as an example Kate Steinle, who was shot to death in San Francisco two years ago by illegal immigrant Francisco Sanchez, who had already been deported five times and had seven felony convictions.

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