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New Analyst Ratings For Georgia Healthcare Group (LON:GHG)

Compass Point upgraded the stock to "Buy" rating in Friday, May 13 report. Liberum Capital reaffirmed a "buy" rating and set a GBX 345 ($4.46) price objective on shares of Card Factory PLC in a research note on Thursday, May 25th. The rating was maintained by Liberum Capital with "Sell" on Thursday, January 26. Citigroup maintained the shares of BOO in report on Wednesday, September 30 with "Buy" rating. Read More »

Trump holds cabinet meeting, promises change


President Donald Trump is trying to change the subject from Russian Federation and the election to his promise to create jobs for Americans. Trump said his Cabinet is "as active as you can possibly be". Aside from groaning about the Office of Government Ethics delaying efforts to fill his cabinet, Trump during the meeting reportedly announced he would give a press conference in response to the Islamic State's recent attacks, in two weeks. Read More »

Britain's May to form new government with Northern Irish party


Leader of the Labour Party Jeremy Corbyn was victorious in a close race against May, giving the left-leaning party the majority in the British Parliament . Her Labour rival Jeremy Corbyn said she should step down. "I wanted to achieve a larger majority, and that was not the result we achieved", she said. Read More »

Volatile day for bitcoin as it surges to $3000 then retreats


This is the price that CoinDesk saw the virtual currency reach. While there are those predicting the crytocurrency will continue to rise, some don't see it that way. Bitcoin price spiked afternoon on Sunday, jumping from $2,925 to touch $3,000 in just over 2 hours. However, the growth of worldwide money-transfer services remain steady in Asia . Read More »

Shigeru Miyamoto Takes To The Stage At Ubisoft's E3 2017 Briefing

Ubisoft is calling it a tactical battle game. After Miyamoto's introduction, one of the game's producers debuted gameplay for the first time. The game will be an exclusive for Nintendo's new console, the Nintendo Switch . In combat mode in Mario + Rabbids, you can use the environmental elements to use cover. You choose three of the eight total heroes to make up your team during the single-player campaign, and you can swap them out to experiment with different combinations. Read More »

More joy in Canada for Hamilton as Vettel's lead is halved

All the guys back at the factory who have worked so hard to really fix what we had in the last race, to bring it here and really give it to the Ferraris. He [Verstappen] saw his gap, fair enough, then he ran over my front wing, you don't do that on goal because there's a chance of a puncture. I didn't have any problems with the tyres, so we chose to extend [the stint]. Read More »

Opel CEO Neumann resigns ahead of sale to PSA Group


Neumann was replaced by chief financial officer Michael Lohscheller. Neumann has a history with the Volkswagen Group, a place where he formerly conducted operations in China and various other markets. French vehicle marker Peugeot SA (UG.FR) struck a more than 2 billion euro ($2.24 billion) deal to buy General Motors' unprofitable European operations in March. Read More »

Crude Oil Rises On OPEC Chatter

Brent crude futures LCOc1 had risen 23 cents to $48.38 per barrel by 0900 GMT, while U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures CLc1 gained 17 cents to $46.00 per barrel. The Asian market is one of the key regions of crude consumption and remained oversupplied as traders continued to pump additional crude into floating storage. Read More »

Choking back immigration would stall the economy: English


New Zealand is rightly proud of its immigrant communities and the contribution they make to our country. When asked about it, Mr English says the "sharp reduction" - from 7000 now to the proposed 1000-1500 - would be problematic. Changes to immigration have also been criticised by the Aged Care Association which says the issue is being put on the political agenda without thinking about the impact on the aged care sector. Read More »

Mitrovic Denies Wales Again as Serbia Top Group D

Vladimir Stojkovic, the Serbia goalkeeper, made a pig's ear of dealing with Ben Davies's long pass and ended up bringing down Ramsey just outside the area when he realised that he was unable to shepherd the ball out of play. It was a far cry, however, from Wales' 2012 visit to Novi Sad which saw them crushed in embarrassing fashion. "Maybe it's because what's happened to us and these players have served us very well, but I'm optimistic about what's ahead". Read More »

Traders unsure on USA rate increase after June


Last month, Minneapolis Fed President Neel Kashkari said the retreat in core inflation was "concerning". The Federal Open Market Committee , the monetary policy arm of the central bank, will convene for its two-day meeting on Tuesday, culminating in an announcement on Wednesday afternoon. Read More »

Aldi targets 2500 USA stores by 2022 with $3.4bn investment


German rival Lidl is set to open the first of its 100 United States stores on June 15; last month, the budget store said it would price products up to 50pc lower than rivals. ALDI also continues to increase its offering of fresh and sustainable seafood, specialty wines and cheeses, organic items from its SimplyNature line, and award-winning Little Journey baby products. Read More »

Three men detained after unscheduled easyJet landing in Cologne


Federal police seized a backpack that belonged to one of the men, and exploded it outside of the aircraft, police said. Flights were suspended at the airport for three hours and passengers only arrived back at Stansted this afternoon. Nothing risky was ultimately found to have been in the bag or on the aircraft. An Easyjet flight made an emergency landing in Germany after British passengers were overheard talking about a "bomb", it has emerged. Read More »

BBC says driver killed, four journalists injured in Kabul attack


Pakistan said the explosion damaged the residences of some of its diplomats and staff and that some of them had suffered minor injuries. Nine Afghan security guards at the American embassy were among the dead. "The fact that these intelligence failures keep happening suggest that something isn't working at the top, and major and urgent changes are needed in security policy ", he said by email. Read More »

Pro-Muslim rallies outnumber anti-Sharia protests


Lahring, a grandmother of 10, said she was there not to protest immigrants or Muslims, but to voice a concern that the country's laws and Constitution need to be protected. In Syracuse, N.Y., marchers turned out to support President Donald Trump, and they were met by other demonstrators who are calling the rallies anti-Muslim bigotry. Read More »

BJP forms panel to seek consensus on Presidential election


Union ministers Rajnath Singh , Arun Jaitley and Venkaiah Naidu are in the committee tasked with building consensus around the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA)'s candidate. Opposition parties too are working urgently on picking their own Presidential candidate via consensus. The Opposition parties want that the candidate should be one who should be able to protect the Constitution. Read More »

Qatar hit by ratings downgrade over blockade crisis

The Qatari government wrote to leaders in Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, and the United Arab Emirates stating it is ready to respond to any military threat to its waters. He credited Qatar's emir with making progress in curbing financial support and expelling terrorists, but added, "He must do more, and he must do it more quickly". Read More »

Government actively working towards bank consolidation: Arun Jaitley

The meeting is the first after last month's promulgation of the ordinance amending the Banking Regulation Act, 1949. "Under the new ordinance issued, the RBI is at a fairly advanced stage of preparing a list of those debtors where a resolution is required through the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (IBC) process". Read More »

AK Steel Holding Corporation (NYSE:AKS) Touching Most Active List

Northwestern Mutual Investment Management Company LLC now owns 30,036 shares of the basic materials company's stock valued at $1,016,000 after buying an additional 315 shares in the last quarter. Investors of record on Wednesday, May 10th were given a dividend of $0.05 per share. The ex-dividend date of this dividend was Monday, May 8th. The stock's Dividend Yield stands at 9.60%. Read More »

British PM Seeks Minority Government Following Election Losses


May's snap election call was the second time that a Conservative gamble on the issue of Britain's relations with Europe backfired. The development is an embarrassing turn for the British Prime Minister, who called the vote three years earlier than required, in a bid to give her a strong position in Brexit negotiations . Read More »

Retail inflation eases to five-year low in May

Consumer prices rose by an annual 2.18 percent last month, compared with a 2.99 percent gain in April, data released by the Ministry of Statistics showed on Monday. However, the year-on-year CPI inflation eased sharply to a series-low 3.0 percent in April 2017, led by food inflation. Gaurav Dua, research head at domestic brokerage Sharekhan, said, "RBI had indicated that inflation in first half would be between 2.5 - 3.5 per cent and this is lower than that also. Read More »

'Come From Away' wins Tony for Best Direction

Those watching will see musical numbers from nine new and revival musicals, including "Bandstand", " Come From Away ", " Dear Evan Hansen ", " Falsettos ", " Groundhog Day The Musical", " Hello, Dolly! ", " Miss Saigon ", "Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812", and " War Paint ". Read More »

Ghana To Mark 2017 World Day Against Child Labour


Amid such a huge human tragedy, children are often the first to suffer as schools are destroyed and basic services are disrupted, the world body reports . It marks the 12 June arrival in 1998 of hundreds of children in Geneva , part of the Global March against Child Labour that had crossed a 100 countries to present their plight to the International Labor Organization (ILO). Read More »

Iran Sends Five Planes of Vegetables to Qatar


Qatar then said it is willing to hold dialogues with the nations to end the crisis situation, and Kuwait is trying to play the mediator . Doha has said the severing of trade and transport ties are hurting the country's inhabitants. Iran Air spokesman Shahrokh Noushabadi said five aircraft carrying around 90 tonnes of vegetables each had been sent to Qatar in recent days. "We will continue deliveries as long as there is demand", Noushabadi added, without saying if the deliveries were ... Read More »

Trump legal team to file complaint over Comey memos, source says

Asked if he would make that denial under oath, he said: "100 percent". " Over a fairly short period of time ", Trump repeated. When asked if he had covertly recorded his conversations with Comey , as Trump had suggested in a tweet shortly after firing Comey last month, the president was coy. Read More »

New Puerto Rico referendum bid to become U.S. state

Its commonwealth status means Puerto Rico is subject to U.S. federal laws, though island residents are exempt from some federal taxes. The results of the newest referendum could lead to similar claims, Vargas said. Those who remain behind have been hit with new taxes and higher utility bills on an island where food is 22 percent more expensive than the USA mainland and public services are 64 percent more expensive. Read More »

DNC Allies: Clinton Wrong to Blame National Party for Loss


In early May, Clinton said she takes "personal responsibility" but then quickly contradicted herself by shifting blame to Russian interference in the election and then-FBI Director James Comey's release of a letter concerning the investigation into her emails. Read More »

Donald Trump blasts 'very bad' Germany on Twitter


Just two days after Angela Merkel said the European Union needed to take charge of its own destiny and could no longer completely rely on the USA and Britain, Germany's main political parties are all leaping into the fray to criticize United States president Donald Trump and his policies. Read More »

Did Taylor Swift fire another shot in rivalry with Katy Perry?

The pop songstress releases her music on all streaming services, according to a social media announcement. Look, we don't wanna speculate and the two events could be completely unrelated, but Taylor Swift's finally ended her feud with music streaming service Spotify the same day Katy Perry releases her new album Witness . Read More »