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Citigroup Inc Reiterates Neutral Rating for Nielsen N.V. (NLSN)

Ordinary Shares (NYSE:NLSN) on Friday, October 16 with "Hold" rating. Destination Wealth Management acquired a new stake in shares of Nielsen N.V. during the third quarter worth $266,000. The insider Charlton Jeffrey sold $42,865. The shares were sold at an average price of $41.34, for a total value of $75,404.16. Following the completion of the sale, the chief financial officer now owns 87,888 shares in the company, valued at approximately $3,388,082.40. Read More »

Sanders Unleashes on Mulvaney During Budget Hearing

Almost 40 million women rely on Medicaid for healthcare. US President Donald Trump boards the Air Force One to Brussels, at the end of a 2-day visit to Italy including a meeting with Pope Francis at the Vatican, at Rome's Fiumicino global airport, Wednesday, May 24, 2017 . Read More »

Dakota Access pipeline, law officers had close relationship


Native American and environmental activists led opposition to the DAPL over the past two years, citing concerns that a portion of the pipeline crossing a lake that connects to the Missouri River could contaminate local water resources in the event of a major leak. Read More »

12 arrested following deadly attack as Londoners recall night of terror


Metropolitan Police Commissioner Cressida Dick said: "Our officers confronted the suspects and brought this bad incident to a conclusion within eight minutes". "They kept coming to try to stab me. they were stabbing everyone". BBC radio said witnesses saw people throwing tables and chairs at the attackers to protect themselves. Read More »

Two French citizens injured in London terror attack


People in London should expect more police on the streets in the coming days, Khan said in a television interview on Sunday morning. "They went "this is for Allah" and they had a woman on the floor, they were stabbing her", said witness Gerard Vowls. Read More »

From landslide to upset defeat - scenarios for May's United Kingdom election


But if she does not comfortably beat the 12-seat majority her predecessor David Cameron won in 2015, her electoral gamble may be judged to have failed and her authority weakened just as she tries to deliver on her Brexit promises. Labour is projected to gain about 30 seats if the poll is proved right and the Conservatives would lose their overall majority. The poll found just over half of the 1,009 respondents thought May would make the best prime minister , whilst support for Labour's ... Read More »

Real Madrid repeats as Champions League victor


Cristiano Ronaldo became the first player to score in three UEFA Champions League finals after setting Real Madrid on the lead in Saturday's final clash against Juventus . "It's very hard to reach the Champions League final two years running, but we did that". "It's been a spectacular year, you couldn't dream of anything better", said Zidane . Read More »

China makes concessions to Germany on electric car quotas

South China Sea: Beijing claims most of the South China Sea but the European Union has repeatedly expressed concerns over China's assertive expansion, in particular massive land reclamation in the contentious waterway through Europe's trade with East Asia passes, and the effect of on freedom of navigation. Read More »

Lloyds completes £1.9bn MBNA takeover


Berenberg Bank downgraded Lloyds Banking Group PLC from a "hold" rating to a "sell" rating in a research note on Monday, March 27th. Five equities research analysts have rated the stock with a sell recommendation, three have assigned a hold recommendation and seven have assigned a buy recommendation to the company. Read More »

UK PM May calls for beefed up terror response after London attack

Prime Minister Theresa May confirmed that the "terrible incident in London " was being treated as "a potential act of terrorism " and said she would hold emergency ministerial talks later in the day. "Our thoughts are with those who are caught up in these terrible events", she said in statement. Our society should continue to function in accordance with our values but when it comes to taking on extremism and terrorism, things need to change . Read More »

May denies Trump 'subservience' over climate deal

On June 1, President Donald Trump announced that the U.S. will exit the Paris Agreement on climate change. As part of his United Nations role, Bloomberg is organizing American states, cities and businesses that have pledged to meet the Paris accords' goals without the federal government's help. Read More »

Bloomberg Pledges $15 Million To Help Prop Up Battered Paris Climate Deal

Now, more than ever, we must be determined to solve climate change, and to challenge those leaders who do not believe in scientific facts or empirical truths. They warned that if nothing is done, global temperatures could rise by as much as five degree Celsius by 2100. The move comes a day after Republican President Donald Trump announced he is withdrawing the United States from the agreement, a pact involving almost 200 nations aimed at slowing the warming of the planet. Read More »

Trump Is Deciding Whether to Block Comey's Testimony, Says Kellyanne Conway

Some legal scholars believe any notice would be legally dubious, and the committee itself may resist any invocation of executive privilege. According to one memo that Comey wrote, Trump personally appealed to Comey in a February meeting to abandon the investigation into Flynn and his Russian contacts, said a person who had read the notes. Read More »

Palaszczuk denies Adani royalties backflip


The letter also lists the Galilee Basin Rail and Port Developments as NAIF candidates. On Saturday, the premier said no further changes would be made after her government worked "night and day" to finalise the framework. "Today Queensland Labor are holding firm to their promise at the last election not to throw taxpayer funds at Adani's coal rail line, by refusing to hand over money from Senator Canavan's slush fund", GetUp national director Paul Oosting said. Read More »

Trump warns after London attack: 'We must stop being politically correct'

Police said in a statement that the arrests were made Sunday morning in Barking by counterterrorism officers. U.S. president Donald Trump has hit out at Mayor of London Sadiq Khan after the London Bridge terror attack , criticising "political correctness" in apparent bid to make political headway out of the outrage. Read More »

This Time, Trump Is Right About Trade

This sentiment was reflected in German chancellor Angela Merkel's unusually blunt statement at an election rally in Munich last weekend: "We Europeans truly have to take our fate into our own hands", she said , "naturally in friendship with the United States of America, in friendship with Great Britain, as good neighbors with whoever, also with Russian Federation and other countries". Read More »

ITE Group plc (ITE) Receives "Hold" Rating from Peel Hunt

The Company specializes in producing exhibitions and conferences that advance business and economic development by connecting buyers and suppliers from around the world. The firm has "Hold" rating by Shore Capital given on Monday, July 25. Finally, Canaccord Genuity reaffirmed a "hold" rating and set a GBX 218 ($2.80) price target on shares of Stagecoach Group plc in a research report on Thursday, March 30th. Read More »

North Korea Calls US ICBM Interceptor Test Military Provocation

He also said he thinks China ultimately will see it as a liability rather than an asset. The council unanimously adopted a US-drafted resolution that put North Korea's suspected spy chief, 13 other officials and four entities on the United Nations sanctions blacklist, hitting them with a global travel ban and an assets freeze. Read More »

Nations, states unite behind Paris accord


Sustainable Business Solutions practice. The Washington Post's Philip Rucker asked Pruitt. In a White House briefing, Scott Pruitt repeatedly responded that the Paris agreement "puts the United States at an economic disadvantage" when asked about Mr Trump's views on climate change. Read More »

Dollar Tree, Inc. (DLTR), Asanko Gold Inc. (AKG)


It has underperformed by 13.10% the S&P500. The transaction was disclosed in a legal filing with the Securities & Exchange Commission, which is available through the SEC website . (NASDAQ: DLTR ). Blackrock holds 688,091 shares or 0.08% of its portfolio. Singapore Technologies Telemedia Pte Ltd holds 100% of its portfolio in Level 3 Communications, Inc. Read More »

New Analyst Ratings On Encana Corporation (NYSE:ECA)

Analysts' mean recommendation for Encana Corporation (ECA ) stands at 2.30. EPS growth in past 5 year was -32.11% along with sales growth of -19.20% in the last five years. The stock has 146.75 shares outstanding while 83.90% shares of the company were owned by institutional investors. The stock's 50-day moving average is $10.85 and its 200-day moving average is $11.74. Read More »

Pacific Islands accuse United States of 'abandoning' them to climate change

They spent years negotiating this deal, and they're staying the course - although they are angry that the testy toddler who somehow stumbled into the White House has walked away from the table. "I'm appalled that the President used my city to justify his unacceptable decision, as most other Pittsburghers are", Mayor Bill Peduto said in a statement yesterday. Read More »

False! Trump Claims Paris Deal Would Only Make 'Tiny' Difference

It's official - on June 1, President Trump announced that " the United States will withdraw from the Paris Climate Accord ", but suggested that he would be open to new negotiations that are "fair" to the United States . Trump said the deal was "very unfair" to the United States and would impact the job market. "Nike believes that climate change is a serious global threat and that the world will need to radically redesign industrial systems and economies in order to enable a ... Read More »

An Australian is in hospital after the London terrorist attack


At 2.13 a.m. BST (9.13 p.m. ET), London Ambulance announced that at least 20 people were taken to six hospitals in the capital. Britain was already on edge after a suicide bombing two weeks ago at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester , in northwest England, that killed 22 people and injured dozens of others. Read More »

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

Average monthly job growth is expected to slow to about 170,000 this year from 180,000 last year and 226,000 in 2015, . "The retail locations doing well are more boutique, experience-oriented retail that provide more of a rich, contextual shopping experience", Andrew Chamberlain, chief economist at Glassdoor, told CBS News. Read More »

Over 400 injured in stampede during Champions League final

Then came the Club World Cup with Real Madrid and the end of a five-year Spanish title drought before new highs were reached in the Champions League . "This year was wonderful again, last year was unbelievable too". Bale said ahead of the final that he was fully fit, but Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane opted to start with Francisco " Isco " Alarcon in his place. Read More »

Are Analysts Bullish about Grainger PLC (LON:GRI) after last week?

BNP Paribas downgraded the stock to "Underperform" rating in Wednesday, January 13 report. Canaccord Genuity's price target suggests a potential downside of 17.84% from the stock's previous close. Sterling Capital Management Ltd Liability Corp accumulated 0.02% or 27,236 shares. Employees Retirement Systems Of Texas stated it has 0.13% of its portfolio in Republic Services, Inc. Read More »

NJ Republican: Who knows if my health care plan will kill anyone?


The U.S. Senate is now developing its own healthcare legislation. The GOP bill would also reduce the deficit by $119billion. "And on top of that, the bill would fundamentally destroy Medicaid as we know it", he said in a statement. "This really is about the federal government saving money - cutting the money that they give to states for care, and then taking that money and turning around and providing a tax break to very high income people, the insurance companies, pharmaceutical companies", ... Read More »

US employers add modest 138000 jobs; rate at 4.3 percent

It hasn't been that low since November 2007. Since last October, this sector has added 47,000 jobs, for something under 8,000 jobs per month. The two forces have more or less offset over the past year, with the participation rate bouncing around but not really moving either up or down. Read More »

Blow to Trump as US jobs growth slows down


US job growth slowed last month and employment gains in the prior two months were not as strong as previously reported , suggesting the labor market was losing momentum despite the unemployment rate falling to a 16-year low of 4.3 percent. Read More »

Most world stocks rise after Fed minutes; oil rally fades

That could increase supplies and drag down prices again. SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Oil prices weakened on Friday, prompting a move away from riskier assets and depressing Asian stocks, after an OPEC agreement to extend cuts in crude production for a further nine months disappointed investors who had bet on bigger output cuts. Read More »

Photographer captures moment armed police ended London Bridge terror attack


We have armed police at the scenes. In March, a knife-wielding man plowed a auto into pedestrians on London's Westminster Bridge and later stabbed a police officer to death inside the gates of Parliament. While categorising the events at London Bridge and Borough Market as terrorism, the Met said that a third incident, in the Vauxhall area, had been determined to have no connection to what happened at the other locations. Read More »

Real Triumph Again as Ronaldo Double Sinks Juventus


Ronaldo swept in Real's opener and alertly prodded in their third - Casemiro's deflected effort and a late Marco Asensio effort capped off an emphatic win as the Spanish champions clinched La Duodécima. "We thought we had enough to win the game". "It is a huge disappointment". I'm very happy. An unbelievable season, we've won trophies. Two goals in the space of three second-half minutes was to prove crucial in Real's winning of their twelfth European Cup. Read More »