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US Crude Oil Inventories Post Surprise Gain Last Week


The Energy Information Administration (EIA) increased its United States output estimates with an increase in production to 9.3 million bpd expected for 2017 while the EIA also projected that 2017 output could reach 10 million bpd. Traders said an ongoing fuel glut was keeping prices under pressure despite a pledge by Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries ( OPEC ) and other producers to cut nearly 1.8 million barrels per day (bpd) of output. Read More »

London will not be cowed by militants, police chief says


Reaction to the attack has dominated the final days of campaigning before Thursday's general election, with opposition Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn and others criticizing May for cutting police numbers by roughly 20,000 during her tenure as home secretary. Read More »

Donald Tusk: 'No time to lose' in Brexit negotiations

The winning party is the one with the most seats. Much of their ire was directed at Mrs May's two close aides Fiona Hill and Nick Timothy - the latter who was blamed for the disastrous manifesto pledge to reform the funding of social care, dubbed the dementia tax, which is thought to have cost the party heavily at the ballot box. Read More »

Iran sends food to Qatar amid Gulf dispute

Saudi Arabia has closed Qatar's only land border, and Iran, as the closest country to Qatar, can export food products to the Arab country through a 12-hour shipping lane, he added. Iran, with which Qatar shares a massive offshore gas field, will send its sixth planeload of vegetables to Qatar on Sunday, Iran Air spokesman Shahrokh Noushabadi told The Associated Press . Read More »

British PM fights for survival ahead of Brexit talks


The Labour leader told the Sunday Mirror he would oppose the Queen's Speech all the way. She reportedly abandoned plans for a major reshuffle of her cabinet to keep her senior Tory party colleagues on her side. It also said Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond is pushing her to prioritize jobs and the economy in the Brexit talks. "I was surprised that Jeremy Corbyn added two percentage points, or got two percentage points, more than I had expected and I did say that I would ... Read More »

Rex Tillerson urges Gulf states to ease Qatar blockade

Almost a week after Saudi Arabia and several of its allies severed ties with Qatar in an unprecedented Gulf diplomatic crisis, there were no signs of the bitter dispute being resolved. Mr Tillerson also said the blockade by Qatar's neighbours was "hindering USA military action in the region and the campaign against Isis". "There are on-going cases and we have, the courts have, concluded and prosecuted certain individuals". Read More »

Theresa May to 'reflect' after disastrous election result


North Down Independent MP Lady Sylvia Hermon holds her seat, but her majority is slashed by the DUP. The exit poll predicted May's party would not win a majority of the 650 seats in parliament to take office alone, meaning she would have to form a coalition or attempt to govern with the backing of other smaller parties. Read More »

Trump pulling US from global climate pact, dismaying allies


Trump claimed before taking office that climate change was a "hoax" created by the Chinese to hurt the US economy, an assertion that stands in defiance of broad scientific consensus. One of the biggest topics was climate change , but Trump chose to leave the fellow leaders hanging, wondering what he would do regarding the global pact on the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions. Read More »

UK Election Results In Hung Parliment


Another potential problem is the planned restart of negotiations for power-sharing in the province. Clearly, the General Election result was a huge disappointment. Northern Ireland remained part of Britain when the rest of Ireland gained independence from Britain in 1922. The first face-to-face discussions between the British government and European Union officials were due later this month. Read More »

Trump won't say if tapes of Comey conversations exist


The letter also demanded all other memoranda Comey may have provided Richman, and gave him only until midnight Friday. "His statements need some discipline and I don't know if anyone in the White House has the courage to discipline the president", she said . Read More »

EAA opposes White House plan to privatize air traffic control system


Under the new guidelines, the Trump administration proposes allowing a self-financing, non-profit organisation to take over air traffic control systems, ensuring taxpayer money is not required for it. Joining him in the East Room were airline industry executives, union members and a pair of former transportation secretaries: Elizabeth Dole and Mary Peters. Read More »

Merkel says ready for Brexit talks, assumes United Kingdom sticking to its plan


The exit poll predicted the ruling Conservatives would claim 314 seats in the 650-member parliament and the opposition Labour Party 266, leaving no clear victor when markets had assumed May would easily increase her majority. Now we are back to the status quo ante, with a much diminished May, a new dynamic in the uncertain role and demands of the new essential partner, the DUP, and a Tory parliamentary party whose Eurosceptic hardliners are far less likely to be constrained. Read More »

Confidence in Lloyds Tsb Group PLC (NYSE:LYG) Shares by KBW Fall

The firm has "Buy" rating by Jefferies given on Tuesday, August 30. The firm has "Outperform" rating by RBC Capital Markets given on Friday, September 11. It dropped, as 46 investors sold Greencore Group plc shares while 59 reduced holdings. Illinois-based Guggenheim has invested 0.01% in Greencore Group plc (LON:GNC). Read More »

BT Group plc's (BT) Neutral Rating Reiterated at Macquarie

AA PLC (LON:AA) has 0.00% since June 9, 2016 and is. It has underperformed by 16.70% the S&P500. The latest broker reports which are now outstanding on Friday 9th of June state 7 analysts have a rating of "strong buy", 0 analysts "buy", 6 analysts "neutral", 1 analysts "sell" and 9 analysts "strong sell". Read More »

Oil drops on fears of more U.S. drilling after climate deal withdrawal

The US Energy Information Administration ( EIA ) report on stockpiles is due at 11:00am EDT (1500 GMT) on Thursday, delayed by a day because of the Memorial Day holiday on Monday. Market analysts are troubled by a growth in USA crude production that is straining efforts from the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries to reduce global oversupply. Read More »

Canadian GP: "Lewis was better today" - Vettel

Winning pole position at one of his favourite races was a thrill for Lewis Hamilton , but being presented afterward with a helmet once worn by his boyhood idol Ayrton Senna had the defending Canadian Grand Prix champion almost in tears. Read More »

UK defence minister Fallon says government views on Brexit haven't changed


In a letter to the PM congratulating her on her reappointment, he said the two-year time frame set out under Article 50 of the European Union treaties left no room for delay. Talk in Britain that a different ruling coalition could seek a "softer" Brexit than May has proposed, possibly seeking to remain in the single market, is also problematic for the EU. Read More »

Snap polls fallout: Theresa May's closest advisers resign


The DUP agreed to supporting to the government on a " confidence and supply " basis, which would involve it supporting a Conservative minority government on key votes in parliament but not forming a formal coalition partnership. Jeremy Corbyn , the Labor Party leader often dismissed (even by many in his own party) as an ineffectual ideologue, galvanized younger and working-class voters with an egalitarian message of "For the Many, Not the Few". Read More »

Wales ready for crunch battle without Bale, says Coleman

But the first tournament, first game, singing the national anthem - that was as good as it gets". That's important because that experience comes into it for games like the one on Sunday. little things which people probably wouldn't see", Coleman said. 'Once you get in that groove, it's hard to beat. It's down to us. "We're all about resilience and we see it as a chance to tackle that challenge. Read More »

Britain's Conservative Party Loses Majority; May Faces Calls to Resign

But media reports suggest they had demanded the departure of May's joint chiefs of staff, Nick Timothy and Fiona Hill, as the price for allowing the 60-year-old vicar's daughter to stay in office. Blair was a participant in the peace formula which brought to an end three decades of troubles between pro-republican and pro-unionist forces in Northern Ireland. Read More »

Tony Awards on Sunday take place under 'Hamilton' shadow

Another one to watch will be Kevin Spacey, who is hosting this year's event . (Here's looking at you , Royal Caribbean production of Hairspray .) And usually the host - often a songman like Neil Patrick Harris or James Corden - will launch into a prepared number or two, about how important theater is to children and how Broadway is not just for gays anymore . Read More »

N.Irish unionists agree 'confidence' deal with Tories


Downing St. chiefs of staff Nick Timothy and Fiona Hill, who resigned Saturday, formed part of May's small inner circle and were blamed by many Conservatives for the party's lackluster campaign and unpopular election platform, which alienated older voters with its plan to take away a winter fuel allowance and make them pay more for long-term care. Read More »

Arab Countries Issue List Of Qatar-Linked 'Terrorists' Rejected By Doha

Though Trump again said countries must eliminate funding streams for terror groups, the White House said he focused on the need for the region's various US allies to stick together. The U.A.E. will prosecute and punish with fines and jail time people expressing sympathy for Qatar on social media, Al Arabiya reported . The Arab states accuse Qatar, a gas-rich emirate at the Saudi border, of supporting extremism. Read More »

JEE Advanced 2017 Result declared, check at jeeadv


According to Hindustan times " Of the 2.2 lakh students, who were eligible, 1.7 lakh registered and appeared for the exam held on May 21 this year". There will be seven rounds of seat allocation this year conducted by JoSAA. Paper 1 and Paper 2 . Students can check the answer keys in these links for Paper 1 and Paper 2. Read More »

Macron seeks majority as France votes for new parliament


With a solid lead ahead of other parties, LREM would go on to win 385-415 seats out of 577 in the lower house of parliament in a June 18 second round of voting, the poll showed. The government has announced legislation to clean up corruption and nepotism in politics, a major reform of worker protections, a bill to extend the state of emergency until November and another one to introduce permanent security measures. Read More »

Warriors go for a sweep

Niiiiice. Green might want to focus on the Warriors' opportunity to win their second championship in three years at Oracle Arena this time (they won in Cleveland in 2015). "I think it came from ( Warriors forward) Draymond (Green )", James added. Thompson had 11 total boards in the first three games of these Finals. Read More »

'Bernie Would Have Won': Sanders Supporters See Hope In UK Election

Following the election, May faced backlash over the failure of the Conservative party, with a number of politicians - including Corbyn - suggesting that she has to resign. Her Labour rival Jeremy Corbyn , once written off by opponents, said Mrs May should step down and he wanted to form a minority government . Turning to the future , nothing matters more than the good government of the country. Read More »

Hamilton's Luke Jumeau scores unanimous win in UFC debut in Auckland


Brunson lands a leg kick. Hunt responded with an uppercut of his own which backed Lewis up. Hunt continuously attacked and finished a gassed out Lewis at 3:41 of the fourth round. The round ends with some nice shots from both men landing. Hunt was definitely pressing the action but Lewis was countering well and doing more damage. Read More »

Harry Kane comes to England's rescue against Scotland

Leigh Griffiths scored two late free-kicks - his first global goals - to cancel out Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain's opener and leave Scotland on the brink of a crucial win in Group F. ANDY WALKER is convinced Scotland will create plenty of chances against England - but admits they will have to be "ruthless" and "clinical" to see off the Auld Enemy. Read More »

US shale booms and depresses oil prices again: Kemp

The rise in US production has been driven by a record 20th straight weekly rise in oil drilling for new production, with the rig count climbing by 11 in the week to June 2, to 733, the most since April 2015. Commodity markets were absorbing news the United States would withdraw from the landmark 2015 global agreement to fight climate change, a move that fulfilled a major campaign pledge but drew condemnation from US allies. Read More »

US Crude Exports Hit New High As OPEC Cuts Back

U.S. West Texas Intermediate futures were at $47.14 a barrel, down 52 cents. Distillate product supplied averaged over 4 million barrels a day over the past four weeks, up by 1.8% compared with the same period previous year. Moreover, data from industry group the American Petroleum Institute had suggested on Tuesday that US crude inventories fell by 4.6 million barrels. Read More »

Up high? Too slow! Corbyn's high-five ends in awkward thud

Ms Thornberry laughed off the awkward moment - and it has been an excellent night for Labour, with the Conservatives looking likely to lose their majority. In the midst of all of this, Corbyn was in a celebratory mood, having garnered more seats than under the leadership of Ed Miliband or Gordon Brown. Read More »