Wednesday, 24 April 2019
Latest news
Home » Finance


Mail Carrier Allegedly Fed Dog Meatballs Full Of Nails


Madison County Sheriff's deputies charged Burhans, who was Glover's mail carrier, with aggrevated animal cruelty on Thursday. Authorities say that US Postal Service worker Susana Burhans was apprehended after she fed the meatballs to a dog in New Hope, around 50 miles north of Birmingham. Read More »

Vladimir Putin: 'Don't worry' about Trump climate deal move

Leaders in the outdoor industry publicly opposed President Donald Trump's national monuments executive order in April , and today, players in the market took on another controversial move by the president. Our economy is already moving in the direction of renewable energy and will likely continue to do so, treaty or not. While Mr Trump sparked dismay among many by withdrawing from the agreement to cut greenhouse gases, the Russian President said he did not "judge" his counterpart in ... Read More »

Trump withdraws United States from Paris climate change deal

US President Donald Trump has announced a big decision on climate change . Ibec senior energy and environment executive Conor Minogue said Mr Trump's decision should not derail ongoing efforts to implement the agreement . Chamber of Commerce and the American Council for Capital Formation - which said the accord would cost 2.7 million jobs and a loss of almost $3 trillion in gross domestic product. Read More »

Freebies at Dunkin' Donut and Krispy Kreme for National Donut Day

Mike Chamberlain, assistant core officer and shelter chaplain, started their "doughnut hop" across Manatee County at Turner Donuts Friday morning where lines began forming at 5 a.m. Any kind of chocolate donut, I can't resist. But now for the important part - where can you get free doughnuts? Go here to find a Dunkin' Donuts near you . Read More »

Donald Trump pulls USA out of Paris climate agreement

In 2013, GM signed a declaration joining other major companies arguing that responding to climate change was good business. 'Winding back the climate agenda means that the U.S. But the ire and disengagement spreads well beyond tech: Disney CEO and Chair Robert Iger has resigned from the President's Council. "Industry must now lead and not depend on government". Read More »

Tesoro Corp (NYSE:TSO) Institutional Investors Sentiment Unchanged in 2016 Q4

Fleetcor Technologies Inc now has $13.33 billion valuation. The stock increased 0.62% or $0.06 during the last trading session, reaching $9.76. About 12,192 shares traded. Morgan Stanley raised its rating on Tesoro Corporation to Overweight on 30/05/2017 in a reversal from its prior Equal-Weight rating. The rating was downgraded by Deutsche Bank to "Hold" on Thursday, December 10. Read More »

Dakota Access pipeline expected to begin shipping Thursday

The underground Dakota Access Piipeline would transport 470,000 barrels of crude oil a day, which would be sent to markets and refineries in the Midwest, East Coast and Gulf Coast regions, according to Energy Transfer Crude Oil Co. They fear that a pipeline leak could contaminate their drinking water and sacred lands. The Associated Press reported in early May that DAPL leaked 84 gallons of oil in South Dakota on April 4th. Read More »

Harley recalls bikes with oil lines that can detach and cause crash


It has underperformed by 11.52% the S&P500. Kiltearn Partners Llp increased Harley Davidson ( HOG ) stake by 7.4% reported in 2016Q4 SEC filing. 04/19/2017 - Harley-Davidson, Inc. now owns 3,045 shares of the company's stock valued at $178,000 after buying an additional 1,853 shares during the last quarter. ILLEGAL ACTIVITY WARNING: "Analysts Anticipate Harley-Davidson Inc (HOG) to Announce $1.39 EPS" was published by The Cerbat Gem and is the sole property of of The Cerbat Gem. Read More »

Putin denies Russian meddling in US election

Mr Trump also said that India makes its participation contingent on receiving billions and billions and billions of dollars in foreign aid from developed countries. In his reply, he quoted the Vedas to say that harming the environment is a crime, and milking nature is the right of the humans. "So countries may have some disputes and some areas of collaboration", he said, noting that India and Russian Federation relationship has stood the test of time as it was based on trust. Read More »

McKenna 'deeply disappointed' in United States decision to pull out of Paris

Still, countries in Asia and beyond also are seizing opportunities of doing ever bigger business with China's growing economy, destined to become the world's largest. They also insist that when she did speak with Mr Trump , Mrs May was "very, very clear" with the president that she opposed his decision and expressed her support for the Paris deal. Read More »

Merkel calls U.S. withdrawal from Paris Agreement "very regrettable"

Obama, whose administration negotiated the agreement, said the countries that remain in the Paris deal will "reap the benefits in "jobs and industries created" and that the USA should be "at the front of the pack". "Leaving Paris is not good for America or the world". Focus has pivoted to China in the aftermath of Trump's decision - Beijing is poised to distinguish itself as a world leader in climate change, along with the European Union. Read More »

Burning Stock on the move: Baker Hughes Incorporated (BHI)

The stock increased 0.15% or $0.08 during the last trading session, reaching $55.15. About 1.06 million shares traded. Popular Inc. (NASDAQ:BPOP) was raised too. 02/22/2017 - Baker Hughes Incorporated had its "outperform" rating reiterated by analysts at FBR Capital Markets. Gemmer Asset Management Limited Liability invested in 0.01% or 330 shares. Read More »

US employers add modest 138K jobs; rate dips to 4.3 percent

Additionally, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that the net jobs number for March was revised downward from +79,000 to +50,000 and that the number for April was revised downward from +211,000 to +174,000 for a net revision for these two months of -66,000 jobs. Read More »

U.S. unemployment hits lowest level since 2001

In the first five months of 2017, the United States of America has added an average of 162,000 jobs a month. Hospitals added 7,000 jobs over the month, and employment in ambulatory health care services continued to trend up (+13,000). The jobs report will be released at 8:30 a.m. Economists surveyed by The Wall Street Journal had expected 184,000 new jobs to be added in May and a jobless rate of 4.4%. Read More »

Oil down 1 percent on rising United States drilling fears, supply glut

However, there are not so many chances for it: some OPEC pro-ducers are rather hostile to the new challenge from the US, while more and more American companies are very interested in raising production. In other news, on Thursday, crude oil posted a two-sided trade, first rallying after official USA data showed crude inventories fell sharply last week as refining and exports surged to record highs. Read More »

Panel: Comey to testify Thursday

Associates have said Comey wrote memos describing certain interactions with Trump that gave him pause in the months after the election, including details of a dinner in which Comey claimed the president asked him to pledge his loyalty, and a request to shut down the investigation of Flynn. Read More »

Sterling drops on fears Tories could fail to win an outright majority

According to figures released Wednesday by pollsters YouGov , May's Conservatives could end up on June 8 with 310 seats, 16 short of having a majority in the House of Commons. May, an opponent of exiting the European Union who won the top job in the political chaos following the June 23 Brexit vote, will use a speech on Thursday in northern England to pitch her vision of Brexit. Read More »

$3.8 billion Dakota Access oil pipeline begins service


The meeting came one day before the DAPL is expected to begin moving oil from North Dakota into South Dakota , Iowa and ultimately IL for distribution. It was the subject of months of protests a year ago, which grew to thousands of people in size and, at times, drew clashes with police. Late previous year, President Barack Obama refused to approve the pipeline's final connection, under the Missouri, and sent plans back to the U.S. Read More »

Comey set to testify June 8 on Russian Federation

The subpoenas were announced Wednesday as the special counsel overseeing the government's investigation into possible Trump campaign ties to Russian Federation has authorized former FBI Director James Comey to testify before the Senate intelligence committee , according to a Comey associate. Read More »

Wrong number text leads to free Stanley Cup tickets


NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Pittsburgh center Nick Bonino was wearing a walking boot on his left foot and using crutches Friday, raising the possibility that he will not play in Nashville in Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Final. "It will be coming back to Pittsburgh..." And it was once again led by the baby-faced son of a coach who has no problem shouldering the responsibility of playing alongside star Sidney Crosby . Read More »

Birkin bag sells for record $380000 at Hong Kong auction


Prior to the auction the rare Matte White Himalaya Niloticus Crocodile Diamond Birkin 30 with 18k White Gold and Diamond Hardware - described by its auctioneers as "the most desirable handbag in existence" - was only predicted to fetch around HK$1.5 million to HK$2 million, but sometimes you just have to splurge. Read More »

US Added 138000 Jobs in May, Unemployment Falls to 4.3%

The numbers suggest job growth is slowing slightly, The Associated Press reports, with an average gain of roughly 121,000 jobs over the past three months, compared with an average of 181,000 over the past 12 months. And manufacturers let go of 1,000. Among this group, 355,000 individuals were considered discouraged-not now looking for work because they believe no jobs are available for them. Read More »

Countries should help each other in current economic situation, says PM Modi

Speaking about alleged Russian interference in the USA election during the st. petersburg [russia]nternational Economic Forum 2017 on Friday, President Putin questioned the independency of the Russia probe, saying that there's nothing completely independent in the world and personnel appointments in US special services prove that. Read More »

Pittsburgh mayor fires back at Trump's reference of city

Kerry said the president lied to the American people and put America "last", not first, and made the country an "environmental pariah" to the world. "As someone who cares deeply about the environment, which I do, I can not in good conscience support a deal that punishes the United States ". ".under the agreement, China will be able to increase the emissions by a staggering number of years - 13". Read More »

India Too a Victim of Terrorism, Says Donald Trump in Saudi Arabia


Further, Klein said Trump should have mentioned the "refusal of much of the Muslim world to negotiate with and accept Israel as a Jewish state". "Drive out the extremists", Trump continued, "Drive them out of your places of worship". In an open reference to Saudi Arabia which is famous as the hotbed of terrorism, the Iranian Foreign Ministry on Monday advised the new Trump administration against selling "dangerous weapons to main supporters of terrorism". Read More »

IL is being sucked into a 'negative credit spiral,' warns S&P


S&P and Moody's now both rate IL bonds just one level above junk bond status. He also said "unrelenting political brinkmanship" poses a threat to the timely payments for core state priorities. Comptroller Susana Mendoza's office warns the state is "about to reach the breaking point at which court-ordered payments will exceed the state's revenues". Read More »

Matthews: Leaving Paris Accord 'Worst Thing' Trump Has Done


Trump's decision to withdraw from the accord further dismantles Obama's legacy, as it was considered one of his signature achievements regarding climate change . The first-time Democratic lawmaker from Seattle said it is America's moral responsibility to transition the economy from fossil fuels to clean energy while ensuring that they sustain and create retraining programmes, apprenticeships and good paying jobs for workers. Read More »

US factory activity ticks up; private payrolls surge

A reading above 50 in the ISM index indicates an expansion in manufacturing, which accounts for about 12 percent of the US economy. The ADP private sector employment report showed that 253,000 jobs were added in May, well above the 185,000 jobs estimated by economists polled by Reuters . Read More »

BT Group plc's (BT) "Buy" Rating Reiterated at Citigroup Inc

Oppenheimer downgraded the shares of SDRL in report on Monday, November 30 to "Perform" rating. It appears that trading for shares of Lloyds Tsb Group PLC (NYSE:LYG) will be interesting to watch today. Henderson Grp Incorporated Public Limited Co holds 0.01% or 10,734 shares. Northern Tru Corp stated it has 0% of its portfolio in Inventure Foods Inc (NASDAQ:SNAK). Read More »

Greens choose NDP coalition

The two parties said they will disclose details of their plans on Tuesday. Weaver, a climate scientist who scoured thousands of pages of documentation as an intervener in Trans Mountain's federal review, has indicated that B.C. While the two party leaders agreed to the deal on Monday morning at a joint press conference live-streamed by the CBC, it needs to be ratified by the BC NDP party caucus. Read More »

With agreement signed, Horgan and Weaver gear up to govern

Green Party leader Dr. Andrew Weaver has been in negotiations with the Liberals and the NDP, and says he favours a partnership that will provide long-term stability rather than one that would trigger a no-confidence vote, and the possibility of another election within months. Read More »

England and Bangladesh aim to banish batting blues in opener

Morgan said: "Chris has obviously been very impressive for us over the last couple of years, and a mainstay, very reliable guy". Ben Stokes 6. Jos Buttler (wk) 7. Woakes bowled two overs before being forced off and Bangladesh racked up a competitive total of 305 for six before Joe Root's 133 not out guided England to an easy victory. Read More »