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Dealership's response to panhandler goes viral

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A MI auto dealership is going viral for posting a sign that shames a panhandler that stands near their business. The sign stated man was offered a full time job at $10/hour and he responded that he made more money than anybody there and did not want the job. Read More »

Greece to get 'more clarity' about debt deal

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Athens says it wants a debt relief agreement "that gives clarity to the markets, but of even greater importance, renewed hope to the people of Greece", a government official told Reuters before the meeting. "Hopefully differences will narrow enough so that it can help the process", Lagarde said on entering the talks. Greece says it has done its part after legislating further pension cuts and tax hikes demanded by lenders to convince the International Monetary Fund to participate . Read More »

Philip Hammond pulls out of Mansion House speech

There is a precedent for cancelling the speech, a key event in the calendar of both the political and financial worlds, after George Osborne delayed it previous year following the murder of MP Jo Cox. The speech was set to have been studied for clues on the government's approach to the Brexit talks. But with the vote instead weakening Ms May, he is reported to have made his support for her conditional on a different Brexit strategy. Read More »

TDP Law Maker JC Diwakar Reddy Creates Ruckus At Visakapatnam Airport

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DP MP J C Diwakar Reddy reportedly arrived late to board an Indigo flight to Hyderabad . The Staff had complained to the authorities about this issue. "As Indigo has banned the MP to travel so Air India has also barred", said Dhananjay Kumar, Spokesperson, Air India. Passengers who misbehave with airline crew can be put on the no-fly list. Read More »

US Fed raises rates, provokes caution in Indian markets

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This week brought additional evidence of low inflation and the recent softening has garnered the attention of the Fed, who noted in their statement that they are "monitoring inflation developments closely". Fed said the labour market has gained strength since its May meeting and that economic activity has been rising moderately so far this year. They lowered projections for 2017 to 1.6% from their March estimate of 1.9%. Read More »

US Utilities Are Strong after the Fed's Second Rate Hike

She added that the balance sheet normalisation could be put into effect "relatively soon". Now it's making plans to reduce those holdings, which total more than $4 trillion. Ian Kernohan, senior economist at Royal London Asset Management, said: 'The Fed made little changes in the language or projections for further interest rate hikes. Read More »

Kroger cuts profit outlook as comparable-store sales fall

German hard discounter Lidl is opening its first U.S. stores - 10 of them - in Virginia and Carolina today, while fellow German grocery giant Aldi unveiled plans earlier this week to open close to 900 stores in the United States over the next five years and give a facelift to its existing USA portfolio. Read More »

Trump to announce plans to privatize air traffic control system

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Monday's announcement is part of a week-long series of proposals to overhaul the country's aging infrastructure as the White House confronts a growing probe into alleged ties between Trump's campaign and Russian Federation. The FAA would continue to monitor safety and write air-traffic regulations under the plan . In his privatization push, Trump has the support of major aviation groups including the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association and the Southwest Airlines Pilot Association. Read More »

Midler, millennial angst scoop Tony Awards

The musical, lifted from Leo Tolstoy's " War and Peace ", won just two technical awards on Sunday. This year the Tony voters spread the wealth around, calling " Hello Dolly " the best musical revival , and honoring its star Bette Midler . Read More »

Adele joins vigil for tower fire victims

A deadly overnight fire raced through a 24-storey apartment tower in London on Wednesday, killing at least 12 people and injuring 74 others. Prime Minister Theresa May promised there would be a proper investigation into the disaster, which delayed her talks on trying to secure a parliamentary deal to stay in power and launch talks on Britain's exit from the European Union . Read More »

Judge: Redo part of analysis for Dakota Access pipeline

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The decision is a partial victory for the tribe, which led high-profile protests against the $3.8-billion, 1,172-mile (1,886-kilometre) oil pipeline. The developer of the pipeline, Energy Transfer Partners ( ETP ), maintains the 1,900-kilometre pipeline is safe, but the Standing Rock Cheyenne River, Yankton and Oglala Sioux tribes in the Dakotas fear environmental harm. Read More »

Centrica PLC (CNA) Earns "Sell" Rating from Deutsche Bank AG

Therefore 44% are positive. The stock has "Buy" rating by Liberum Capital on Thursday, June 8. The firm earned "Outperform" rating on Thursday, January 21 by RBC Capital Markets. Its up 0.95% from 178,500 shares previously. Among 22 analysts covering Centrica PLC (LON:CNA), 6 have Buy rating, 9 Sell and 7 Hold. Therefore 100% are positive. Read More »

Britain's Heathrow says baggage problem fixed after early failure

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The failure comes weeks after a power outage at a British Airways data center led hundreds of flights to be scrapped over three days, grounding at least 75,000 passengers. Another frustrated passenger, Ryan Wooldridge, said: 'Baggage failure at @HeathrowAirport this morning. In a statement published after the fault had been fixed, Heathrow said that it was continuing to monitor the situation. Read More »

Fed raises key rate, unveils plan to reduce bond holdings

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In lifting its benchmark lending rate by a quarter percentage point to a target range of 1.00 percent to 1.25 percent and forecasting one more hike this year, the Fed seemed to largely brush off a recent run of mixed economic data. "The committee now expects to begin implementing a balance sheet normalisation program this year, provided that the economy evolves broadly as anticipated". Read More »

Cars towed, citations issued after Warriors win

Defeat in game four was Golden State's only loss of the play-off campaign as they strolled to the title with a 16-1 post-season win-loss record. "I thought we played well, got better each game, but against good teams you can't give away games", he said . Read More »

Global shares fall on Fed rate hike, plunge in oil prices

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Furthermore, the Energy Information Administration reported a surprising build in gasoline inventories last week, suggesting demand for the summer driving season may not meet expectations as consumers trim spending. We understand that once it starts the balance sheet will be reduced by $10 billion per month ($6 billion in treasuries, $4 billion in mortgage-backed securities), with the cap on these reductions rising every three months. Read More »

New York's Public Theater will not apologize for Trump-inspired "Julius Caesar"

Trump Jr.'s retweet had more than 3,000 retweets of its own and 1,600-plus comments, many of those critical. A Congressional staffer and members of the Capitol police were also wounded. The play is a part of The Public Theatre's free " Shakespeare in the Park " project and had been running for weeks before an "Inside Edition" report showed the famous assassination scene. Read More »

Jobs miss big, unemployment rate falls to 16-year low

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The rate is near the lowest level in since the 1970s, a time when women were entering the labor force in larger numbers . The decline in the unemployment rate-while a sign of a tightening job market- was also due to a drop in the size of the labour force, as the number of people classified as employed and unemployed fell by roughly the same amount. Read More »

RSA Insurance Group Plc (RSNAY) Valuation According To Analysts

The stock has "Buy" rating by Investec on Monday, October 17. The stock of Just Eat PLC (LON:JE) has "Buy" rating given on Tuesday, September 20 by Jefferies. The Pennsylvania-based Brandywine Global Investment Management Llc has invested 0.01% in the stock. Granite Invest Ptnrs Lc reported 132,715 shares stake. Read More »

Barclays PLC (BARC) Stock Rating Reaffirmed by HSBC Holdings plc

The rating was maintained by Jefferies on Friday, August 19 with "Hold". The stock of Hargreaves Lansdown PLC (LON:HL) has "Neutral" rating given on Wednesday, February 10 by Credit Suisse. The stock has "Buy" rating by Peel Hunt on Thursday, August 25. The firm has "Buy" rating given on Tuesday, January 3 by Beaufort Securities. The firm has "Sell" rating given on Tuesday, September 15 by Shore Capital. Read More »

European Stocks Called Lower as Investors Trim Risk After Fed Rate Hike

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The increase in the Fed's short-term rate to a range of 1 to 1.25 percent could lead to higher borrowing costs for consumers and businesses and slightly better returns for savers. The central bank chose to raise rates again despite an economic slowdown at the start of 2017, which it predicts will prove temporary. At 4:30 p.m. Read More »

US Fed raises rates

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NOGUCHI: Greg McBride, an analyst with consumer financial site bankrate.com, says taken together, the Fed's moves have caused home equity and auto loan rates to increase about 1 percent over the last two years. Unwinding the Fed's balance sheet should cause long-term rates to rise, easing the global search for yield. Their forecast for rate hike pace barely changed compared to March's projections. Read More »

Baby tossed from 10th-story window during London fire caught by man

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The fire at Grenfell Tower on the Lancaster West Estate in Latimer Road was reported at 01:16 AM (local time) yesterday. British Prime Minister Theresa May has pledged a full investigation into the cause of a fire that ripped through a London apartment block killing 12 residents and injuring dozens. Read More »

Eurozone growth at 2-year high but European Central Bank set to hold fire

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Sources have told Reuters the European Central Bank is likely to nudge up its growth forecasts but trim some of its inflation projections, indicating that its stimulus is working but remains needed. Analysts expect that provision to be dropped in coming months as the bank edges toward announcing how it will phase out the bond purchases next year. Read More »

SC congressman believes he saw, spoke to Alexandria shooter

Barragan said that several Democratic lawmakers also got calls on their personal cell phones, including one to a lawmaker who was not a member of their party's baseball team. "We represent 700,000 people in SC, and that's what we're going to keep doing", Duncan said. "Had Steve just not made a decision to come to practice this morning, that shooter was there I think you're looking at way more people wounded and probably some people who would have been killed because you would have had ... Read More »

Unemployment rate falls to 5.5 per cent

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Figures from the bureau of statistics today showed the State's unemployment rate down to 5.5 per cent in May. Australia's jobless rate fell to four-year lows in May as hiring blew past all expectations for a third straight month, the most emphatic sign yet that the labour market was hitting its stride after an alarmingly long dormant period. Read More »

Holly Energy Partners, LP (HEP) Shares Sold by Tiedemann Wealth Management LLC

It has a 17.17 P/E ratio. As per Monday, August 22, the company rating was initiated by Bernstein. Analysts await Holly Energy Partners, L.P. (NYSE:HEP) to report earnings on August, 1. Expected 106.4% growth in earnings next year and P/E ratio of 30.9x give VTTI Energy Partners an extremely low PEG ratio of 0.2x. Ladenburg Thalmann Financial Services Inc. Read More »

"Hard Brexit" plan is dead in the water: Scotland's Sturgeon

The SNP suffered losses at the election , including the seats of former first minister Alex Salmond and deputy leader Angus Robertson, and Sturgeon has been urged to shelve plans for another referendum. In her letter to the Prime Minister, she once again called for a cross-party advisory group to be set up, including representatives from the devolved governments, and for the Joint Ministerial Council (JMC) of EU Negotiations to be reconvened. Read More »