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OPEC, Non-OPEC group agree to extend production cuts through Q1 2018


OPEC and non-OPEC oil producers are gearing up to extend output cuts on Thursday, possibly by as long as 12 months, to help clear a global inventory overhang and to support crude prices. "The cooperation between non-OPEC and OPEC countries will continue, as it has already yielded very good results", said Russian energy minister Alexander Novak. Read More »

Three lawsuits allege foot-dragging by Fox on harassment


But the latest legal filing follows a series of allegations against high profile Fox News employees. The three new complaints involve Kathleen Lee , a shift editor at Fox News Radio, and two employees in its business operations office, Naima Farrow and Vidya Mann . Read More »

Unemployment drops to 4.3 percent in May

The labor force tumbled by 429,000 people in May, while the household survey of employment showed a decrease of 233,000 people. The change in temporary help services employment for March was revised from +13,000 to +12,800, and the change for April was revised from +5,800 to +4,100. Read More »

Not Windows XP, But Windows 7 Is Most Affected By WannaCry Bug

Microsoft issued a security patch on 14 March which protected users against the attack, although many users did not install the update and remained vulnerable. Once users run the programme, it automatically scans a computer's memory for prime numbers - the foundation of encryption - and uses them to generate unlock keys for encrypted files. Read More »

Saudi Arabia cuts diplomatic ties to Qatar

This new severing of ties is a much bigger deal that previous ones, however, with Saudi Arabia announcing that they are closing all Qatar's border crossings, and all three nations barring air and sea travel to and from Qatar. Bahrain's action is "based on the insistence of Qatar to continue to undermine the security and stability of the Kingdom of Bahrain and to interfere in its domestic affairs, as well as on the escalation and incitement of its media and its support to acts of terror and ... Read More »

Canadian 'impacted' by London terror attack

Australian authorities said nationals from their country were among those injured. Maine's senior senator says that despite the recent brutal attack on London , the travel ban that President Donald Trump is pushing is "not the right way to go". Read More »

Staff error blamed for British Airways travel chaos

British Airways (BA) has clashed with insurance companies over a dispute regarding compensation for costs incurred by passengers who were affected by last weekend's IT disaster, which resulted in the cancellation of hundreds of flights. Passengers stand with their luggage outside Terminal 5 at London's Heathrow airport after flights were cancelled due to the airport suffering an IT systems failure. Read More »

United Kingdom vote looms, Tories confuse tax issue

Theresa May takes part in "The Question Time, Leaders Special " hosted by David Dimbleby. Mr Corbyn was challenged about his approach to Brexit and said the United Kingdom would not "necessarily" be poorer as a result of leaving the European Union. Read More »

How Trump's Policies Will Literally Change The Atmosphere

Macron said the Paris climate pact is irreversible despite Trump's decision to withdraw from it. Speaking with MIT Technology Review on Thursday, he added, "This idea that the Paris agreement has a negligible impact on future climate change is certainly not what we conveyed and was not the conclusion of our analysis". Read More »

Katie Price cancels gig after London attack


A funeral mass for 14-year-old Eilidh MacLeod, one of the victims of the Manchester attack , takes place on her home island of Barra, in the Outer Hebrides, later. The vehicle and knife attack killed seven people in a busy section of London Saturday and wounded about 50 people. The attackers, wielding blades and knives, ran to nearby Borough Market and stabbed people in several different restaurants. Read More »

Germany's humming factories outpace services in May, PMIs show

Any reading above 50 indicates expansion in the sector. Indian manufacturing activity expanded for a fourth consecutive month in April, helped by stronger growth in new orders although rises in output and employment slowed, . "Of particular note, the data highlighted the sharpest round of service sector job creation in over six years which, in turn, will boost hopes of another fall in the country's official unemployment rate", IHS Markit economist Alex Gill said. Read More »

Oil ETFs And OPEC Meet Again

The cuts are likely to be shared again by a dozen non-members led by top oil producer Russian Federation, which reduced output in tandem with OPEC from January. The U.S. benchmark for crude was down $2.25 a barrel at $49.11. Oil at $50 a barrel has encouraged more US shale output, since production costs are down from a few years ago. Read More »

Loopup Group PLC (LOOP) Insider Purchases £15500 in Stock

The stock was purchased at an average cost of GBX 920 ($11.82) per share, for a total transaction of £145,590 ($187,013.49). The Atria Investments Llc holds 22,045 shares with $602,000 value, up from 10,608 last quarter. Peel Hunt maintained it with "Buy" rating and GBX 360 target in Thursday, May 26 report. Deutsche Bank maintained it with "Buy" rating and GBX 290 target in Tuesday, September 13 report. Read More »

WWDC 2017: What to expect from Apple keynote event on June 5

We also don't know much about how the system requirements for these new operating systems might change . Watch OS 4 is expected to feature an en even tighter focus on digital health with support for accessories such as external sleep trackers and glucose monitors. Read More »

Putin: 'I didn't even really talk' to Flynn during dinner

In several cases, Putin said he was not even aware of contacts reported in American media. Do you think we're gathering information on all of the [Americans visiting the USA on business]. Then we talked about some other stuff. "Put your finger anywhere on a map of the world, and everywhere you will hear complaints that American officials are interfering in internal electoral processes", he said. Read More »

Ronaldo pushes Real to its 12th Champions League victory

The post has now been liked by 1.9 million people and has Semedo wearing a Real Madrid shirt, seemingly signed by the star man himself. Ronaldo isn't immune to criticism and when asked about how certain fans in the Bernabeu have reacted to him this season, he simply said that the "numbers don't lie ". Read More »

World Bank projects 7.2 per cent growth for India in 2017

The world economy will pick up speed this year and next, helped by steadier commodity prices and a pickup in global trade, the World Bank said Sunday. In addition, it said, restrictive United States immigration policies could reduce growth. It also added that growth in emerging markets and developing economies as a whole would pick up to 4.1 per cent this year from 3.5 per cent in 2016. Read More »

Moody's Downgrades China Credit Rating: Debt Angst 'Stable'

The cut to China's long-term local currency rating to A1 from Aa3 puts the country on a par with the Czech Republic, Estonia, Israel, Japan and Saudi Arabia. "The planned reform program is likely to slow, but not prevent, the rise in leverage". The report said that the China's combined government, household, and non-financial corporate debt would balloon further from 256% of the nation's GDP. Read More »

Sixth suspect released in Manchester terror probe


Six people have since been released without charge. Police say Abedi returned to Britain from Libya, his parents' homeland, on May 18. The newly-released images of him include some with a blue suitcase that is yet to be located. No further details about any of the arrests have been released.Hopkins confirmed on Thursday that eight men remain in custody and a woman who was arrested yesterday has been released."My heart, prayers, and deepest condolences are with the victims of the Manchester ... Read More »

Islamic State Jihadists Claim London Stabbing Rampage


In a statement posted on Amaq's media page, they said: 'A detachment of Islamic State fighters executed yesterday's London attack '. Candice Hedge injured in the London Bridge and Borough Market area attacks has tried to reassure her friends and family that she's going to be fine. Read More »

22 killed as bus catches fire after collision


A total of thirty-seven passengers were boarded on the bus when the accident took place. Most of the road occurred due to poor driving or badly maintained roads and vehicles. At least 22 people died when the bus they were travelling in caught fire after it collided with a truck. Police are searching for the driver of the truck. Read More »

FTSE 100 rises as pound slips on fresh election poll

The findings are a stark contrast to the predictions of a massive Tory landslide when Conservative leader Theresa May announced plans for a general election in April. The Conservatives are currently available at around odds of 1/12, so they are still the odds on favourite to win, their main rivals that being Labour are now on offer at around the 6/1 mark. Read More »

Putin says hacking of Democrats may have been false flag

American hackers could have planted false evidence that Russian Federation interfered in the United States presidential election, says President Vladimir Putin in his latest speculation about the source of embarrassing Clinton campaign emails leaked during last year's election. Read More »

Ariana Grande leads stars at Manchester benefit concert

Garner, who lives in central Manchester , added that she had felt a community spirit in Manchester since the bombing: "It's just so strong". Before Grande closed the concert fans were treated to a surprise appearance from Manchester's own Liam Gallagher who sang Rock "N" Roll Star . Read More »

USA states, cities and firms unite behind Paris accord

The Paris Agreement is an worldwide agreement meant to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and combat global climate change. White House councilor Kellyanne Conway also told Stephanopoulos on Friday he should ask Trump himself about his views. Read More »

John Kerry: Trump 'clearly doesn't know what he's talking about'


Trump announced Thursday that he was pulling out of the Paris Agreement - a pact that 195 nations signed in 2016, pledging to reduce carbon emissions to combat global warming. Trump, he said, is not going to renegotiate the treaty despite suggesting he might do so "because he doesn't believe in it". If you truly understand the science, Kerry said, there is "no way that you can not conclude that there's an urgency to doing something, and you would not pull out of Paris". Read More »

Fernando Alonso Thanks US Media With Indy 500 Photo-Op Everybody Wanted

Image via Wikimedia Commons. "Nothing specifically personal, but I am very uncomfortable with a Japanese driver winning the Indianapolis 500 during Memorial Day weekend", Frei tweeted. "I was thinking at that moment if Zak (Brown) or someone from the team was taking a picture, because I want that picture at home", said Alonso , who led for a total of 27 laps. Read More »

The Renaissance Technologies LLC Increases Position in Delcath Systems, Inc. (DCTH)

The stock touched 52-week High of $6.49 on 08/04/16 and 52-week Low of $0.02 on 05/30/17. In contrast, the average volume was 15.28 million shares. Now we will discuss the financial strength of Delcath Systems, Inc. This can be more easily understood, however, by pulling apart the two lines on the stochastic oscillator and explaining the simple underlying mathematical formulas. Read More »

Bomb blast kills dozens in Kabul diplomatic zone


Daesh terrorist group claimed responsibility for the explosion. Gabriel says "our thoughts are with the families and friends of the victims. I wish the injured the speediest possible recovery", the telegram of condolences reads. Islamic State militants have staged several attacks in Afghanistan in recent months, though none as large as this. The incident in the diplomatic area of Kabul took place around 8:30 am local time after a vehicle packed with explosives was detonated, leaving at ... Read More »

Sailing-Japan test new design model for America's Cup challenge

Team USA, the Cup holders, dominated the clash of two powerhouse syndicates on Sunday (NZT), winning by 29 seconds to ensure they will finish top of the qualifying standings. In this photo provided by the America's Cup Event Authority, Emirates Team New Zealand and SoftBank Team Japan compete during America's Cup qualifying on the Great Sound in Bermuda on Friday, June 2, 2017. Read More »

(CY) Stake Cut by Public Employees Retirement Association of Colorado

What are top analysts saying about Cypress Semiconductor Co . IMS Capital Management bought a new position in shares of Cypress Semiconductor during the first quarter worth approximately $141,000. Shareholders of record on Thursday, June 29th will be issued a $0.11 dividend. This represents a $0.44 annualized dividend and a dividend yield of 3.16%. Read More »

World leaders push back after Trump withdraws from climate pact


Scientists say Earth is likely to reach more unsafe levels of warming sooner as a result of the president's decision because America's pollution contributes so much to rising temperatures. "The withdrawal of the United States from the Paris accord indicates the government's lack of responsibility regarding the global community and it will increasingly isolate them", foreign ministry spokesman Bahram Ghasemi said, according to the IRNA news agency. Read More »