• Russian Federation accused of rigging the U.S. elections

    Instead, U.S. officials said it is more likely that Russian Federation would use hacking tools to expose or fabricate signs of vote-rigging, aiming to delegitimize an election outcome that Republican candidate Donald Trump has said he may refuse to accept if he does not win.

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  • General Motors Oct. US sales fall as auto boom slows

    FCA US retail sales were 135,808 units in October, while fleet sales were 40,801 units. Beetle sales were a bright spot with an 18 percent jump. It's a chilly autumn for US auto sales. Sales of the newly redesigned Nissan Armada SUV jumped 79 percent, while sales of the Murano SUV doubled from a year ago. Grand Cherokee and Patriot sales were up, but couldn't offset declines from the Cherokee, Compass, Renegade and Wrangler.

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  • PEG Ratio Of Walt Disney Co (NYSE:DIS) At 1.56

    The firm has institutional ownership of 87.20%, while insider ownership included 0.20%. Needham & Company LLC reiterated a "hold" rating on shares of The Walt Disney in a report on Saturday, July 2nd. The firm has a SMA 50 (Simple Moving Average) of -4.50% and a SMA 200-(Simple Moving Average) of 11.15%. The company had revenue of $14277.00 million for the quarter, compared to analysts expectations of $14156.03 million.

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  • May warned of Brexit damage before vote

    She has since said Britain should have maximum freedom to trade in the single market - but not at the expense of immigration controls. Revelations that Theresa May secretly warned about the economic effects of Brexit produced this sharp reaction from Tim Farron.

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  • Hopes are Russia, Saudi agree on oil market moves

    Hopes are Russia, Saudi agree on oil market moves

    In September OPEC members tentatively agreed to collectively cut production to between 32.5 million barrels per day and 33 million bpd, down from its August average of 33.75 million bpd. The Buzzard oil field is a key contributor to the Forties crude stream, pumping approximately 180,000 barrels of oil per day (bpd). Since May, the count of active U.S.

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  • Samsung sends fireproof packaging and gloves for Note 7 returns

    However, things went into free fall for the South Korean firm when reports of the device exploding started to emerge. Samsung has enough cash and other businesses to absorb the shock from the phone recall. It said it had also cut its sales estimate for the quarter by 2 trillion won, to 47 trillion won. And over the past week, Samsung temporarily stopped its production of Galaxy Note 7s, suspended sales of the phones around the world, and then, on Tuesday, killed production of the model ...

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  • CHART: No stopping insane coal price rally

    CHART: No stopping insane coal price rally

    A shortage in coking coal has driven prices higher, but iron ore is gradually keeping up. Coking coal for the same month of delivery climbed as much as 4.5 percent to a contract high of 1,332 yuan. China's state planner has called another last-minute meeting to discuss with more than 20 coal mines more steps to boost supplies to electric utilities and tame a rally in thermal coal prices, according to two sources and local press.

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  • New name, same Trump. Scion hotels announced

    New name, same Trump. Scion hotels announced

    But the former reality TV star has a new line of work: having long portrayed his life as a smash success, he has run a divisive election campaign which could drive off customers. Trump's hotels with the name " Trump " on them are getting protested in front of, getting graffiti'd, and they're dropping prices to keep up bookings.

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  • Republicans Still Enjoying A Vote-By-Mail Advantage

    Republicans Still Enjoying A Vote-By-Mail Advantage

    Walsh is planning to vote in City Hall around 12:45 p.m., the first time he - or any one else - is casting a ballot prior to the traditional election day of the first Tuesday in November. Voters in Arlington will decide whether to approve a plan to help fund a new, retractable-roof stadium for the Texas Rangers. "It's best to do it early", she said.

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  • UDAN will jump-start regional aviation

    UDAN will jump-start regional aviation

    The government is expecting the first flight under UDAN scheme by January next year and registrations under the scheme will begin from today. The selected airline operator would have to provide a minimum of 9 and a maximum of 40 UDAN seats (subsidized rates ) on the UDAN flights for operations through fixed wing aircraft and a minimum of 5 and a maximum of 13 Seats on the flights for operations through helicopters.

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  • WI Unemployment Rate Lowest Since '01

    Daniels County had the lowest jobless rate in September at 1.8% while the highest unemployment rate was found in Lincoln County at 7.0%. State officials on Friday announced the state's jobless rate was 4.7 percent in September. "That 2.8 percent growth rate is much stronger than the 1.7 percent national growth rate". That's also an improvement over the same time previous year when Sauk County had 3.4 percent unemployment.

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  • Judges order extension of voter-registration deadlines

    A federal judge also agreed this week to extend voting registration in Florida until October 18 because of the impact of Hurricane Matthew. The Democrats sued State Board of Elections Executive Director Kim Strach Friday, the original deadline for voter registration.

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  • There's something weird about how Clinton prepared to debate Trump

    Obama's direct jab at Trump was the culmination of Democratic efforts to frame the election not just as a choice between party philosophies but as a crucial moment in American democracy. But Clinton's campaign believes Trump's hot rhetoric has helped Democrats - not only by galvanizing supporters but also shifting undecided voters to their camp.

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  • UNSC condemns N.Korea failed missile launch

    The third stage involves "Korea Massive Punishment & Retaliation", or KMPR, a military action plan that calls for the use of special forces and other military assets to retaliate against the North Korean leadership in Pyongyang in case of a missile attack.

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  • Calais camp demolition 'days' away after legal challenge fails

    Calais camp demolition 'days' away after legal challenge fails

    French officials are understood to be working in the camp with British officials this week to register children with relatives in Britain , but charities say there is no evidence of any registration process for "Dubs" children. The British interior ministry has said 80 children had been accepted for transfer from France so far this year under European Union family reunification rules known as the Dublin regulation.

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  • Oil edges up before producer talks on output curbs

    Oil edges up before producer talks on output curbs

    Brent crude futures were up 21 cents, or 0.4 percent, at $52.62 a barrel at 0639 GMT.U.S. Oil prices edged up on Wednesday, supported by record Indian crude imports and talks between OPEC producers and other oil exporters on curbing output to end a glut in the global market.

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  • Wall Street opens lower as weak China data weighs

    Wall Street opens lower as weak China data weighs

    In yuan terms, shipments declined 5.6 percent, imports rose 2.2 percent; trade surplus fell to USD42 billion, from USD52.05 billion the previous month, falling short of forecast for a USD52.30 billion surplus, data showed. Shares in Wells Fargo fell 0.8% a day after the bank announced that its chief executive, John Stumpf, was resigning in the wake of a scandal over its sales practices.

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  • Athletes take issue with Trump over

    Athletes take issue with Trump over "locker room talk"

    Truth is, many men objectify women and say outrageously offensive things about their breasts, butts and other body parts in spaces we occupy with each other. Trump's fantasy of a locker room is contradicted and proved ridiculous the minute you actually step into a real one. "But this is locker room talk ".

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