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Skyworks Solutions, Inc. (SWKS) Downgraded by BidaskClub to "Buy"

The stock rose 0.56% or $0.26 reaching $47.46 per share. Its share price has risen 3.32% in three months and is down -0.09% for the last five trades. Goldcorp Inc. The company was maintained on Monday, July 17 by B. Riley & Co. As per Friday, July 24, the company rating was maintained by Brean Capital. The stock now has a consensus rating of "Buy" and a consensus price target of $110.15. Read More »

North Korea Fires Short-Range Missiles From Its East Coast


The North has often tested missiles with similar scope, but the use of a multiple-tube launcher shows an advance in capability. The launches on Friday build on growing tensions between the USA and the isolated nation in recent weeks. The White House said President Trump was briefed on what happened and "we are monitoring the situation". North Korea this week said the exercises were evidence that the United States planned to invade North Korea. Read More »

GOP senator wants details on border wall construction


President Donald Trump picked a new fight on Thursday with his fellow Republicans , saying congressional leaders could have avoided a "mess" over raising the USA debt ceiling if they had taken his advice. That shutdown, which lasted for 16 days, resulted in hundreds of thousands of federal employees being furloughed, tourist destinations closing and services including food assistance and IRS audits being disrupted. Read More »

Riots Erupt in India After Guru's Rape Conviction


Scrutiny of the ashram grew when a journalist investigating Dera Sacha Sauda was shot dead the same year. He was convicted of raping two women at an ashram of his sect in 2002. On Thursday, police were searching vehicles entering Haryana state, where both the court house and the guru's ashram are located, and were turning away people who were carrying food and bedding as if they meant to join the courthouse crowds. Read More »

Trump's Team Tours Mideast as Palestinian Patience Wears Thin


PRIME MINISTER BENJAMIN NETANYAHU: We have a lot of things to talk about - how to advance peace, stability and security in our region - prosperity, too. Number one, they want to know whether the Trump administration wants to see the creation of a Palestinian state alongside the state of Israel, the solution previous administrations have championed for years. Read More »

Texas' Big, Bad Week for Voter Suppression and Gerrymandering


On Thursday, a three-judge panel unanimously ruled that several of Texas' current boundaries for state House districts intentionally suppress the voting power of minorities in the state - and "ensure Anglo Republican voting strength". "States like Texas, Georgia, North Carolina, and others have relentlessly pursued voter suppression". "The judges held that maps they themselves adopted violate the law", Paxton said in a Thursday statement. Read More »

Xi open to mending fences with Seoul


Development of China-South Korea relations makes a positive contribution to regional peace and development, Xinhua cited Xi as saying. Cho said the presidents and foreign ministers of the two countries exchanged congratulatory messages with each other in connection with the 25-year diplomatic anniversary, stressing the importance of further developing the relationship. Read More »

Fifth Third Bancorp Cuts Position in Duke Energy Corporation (DUK)


The business's revenue was up 6.6% compared to the same quarter a year ago. Moreover, Duke Energy pursues a systematic asset divestment initiative that buoys optimism. Duke Energy Corporation had a return on equity of 7.72% and a net margin of 9.89%. About 447,485 shares traded. Loudon Invest Mgmt Ltd Liability Com owns 2,515 shares. Read More »

Abraham nets goal as Swansea beat Crystal Palace


Tammy Abraham scored his first goal for the Welsh club a minute before the interval. Palace have now lost all three PL games under new manager Frank De Boer this season and Tammy Abraham broke the deadlock right on half time for the Swans. Read More »

Executive killed wife, daughter, self in their home


Steven Dym was the chief executive officer of an apartment management company in Queens, a firm his father had previously been president of for years. "They did not contribute to any of his later endeavors". One neighbor, Peter Lusk, Jr. said He was out riding his bike when he spotted helicopters over the neighborhood. Read More »

Eight people killed in minibus, lorry crash in Britain


Two men, one aged 31 and the other aged 53, have been arrested on suspicion of causing death by risky driving. It is believed the minibus was travelling form the Nottingham area. "We would ask all motorists to please avoid the area, use alternative routes and await further updates before attempting to travel on this route", Chief Inspector Henry Parsons said. Read More »

Haryana law officer sacked for carrying godman's bag


At least 29 people were killed and 250 injured in Panchkula while two died in Sira in the violence. On the other hand, Anand Kumar, Uttar Pradesh Additional director general of police Law and Order, said that the security at borders have been beefed up due to ongoing army and police joint operation in Panchkula . Read More »

Gas prices could rise as Hurricane Harvey hits Texas


Even after weakening, the system might spin out into the Gulf and regain strength before hitting Houston a second time Wednesday as a tropical storm, forecasters said . The storm was now about 30 miles (45 km) from Corpus Christi, a city of 320,000, and knocked out power to some homes in that city and nearby towns. Read More »

Local Red Cross prepping for Hurricane Harvey


But it's not the winds that are the most worrisome. The storm is now rated as a category two hurricane but expected to turn into a much more unsafe category three by late Friday or early Saturday. In fact it's possible the inland rain and flooding may be more destructive and costly than the initial wind and storm surge . Based on the atmospheric pressure, Harvey ties for the 18th strongest hurricane on landfall in the USA since 1851 and ninth strongest in Texas. Read More »

Texas braced for 130mph Hurricane Harvey with governor preparing for 'major disaster'


The storm had been upgraded to Category 2 just after midnight. "Major" is defined as Category 3 or higher, and Harvey reached that status on Friday afternoon, hours before the eyewall reached shore. They were with grandparents in Austin. Of course, there is a chance that something could change-that winds could shift and that Hurricane Harvey could change course, perhaps missing some of Texas' most populated areas. Read More »

Trump's son-in-law meets Netanyahu on Middle East peace trip

According to the report in the London-based newspaper, Abbas repeated his request that the USA define the desired outcome of any peace talks as a two-state solution along 1967 borders. This is consistent with statements made by President Trump in the past. "I can live with either one." in marked contrast to the administration of President Barack Obama which insisted that creating additional Palestinian entities within Israeli territory was the only solution to Palestinian hostility. Read More »

Facebook, Instagram suffer worldwide outage


Some Facebook users were told the website was undergoing "required maintenance". According to, there are more than 2,500 users who have reported an issue with Facebook. Revealing she couldn't access her favourite photo sharing site, former Geordie Shore star, Vicky Pattison wrote: "Anyone else struggling to get on Instagram?" Zuckerberg had last tweeted in March! Users were unable to comment or even use Facebook messenger. Read More »

Du Plessis to lead World XI in landmark tour


Clarke, who had visited Lahore in January, said: "I'm delighted that Pakistan will be hosting a high-profile series, which features several top worldwide cricketers from a number of ICC Members". They will have a training camp in Dubai before flying to Lahore for the first major series in Pakistan since the terrorist attack on the Sri Lanka team in 2009. Read More »

Pensionfund DSM Netherlands Claims $4154000 Stake in Illinois Tool Works

The company is now down by -0.45% since yesterday's close of $136.48. About 221,341 shares traded. Illinois Tool Works is a manufacturer of industrial products and equipment. Baird in a research report issued to clients and investors on Thursday. (NASDAQ:AMZN) earned "Buy" rating by Axiom Capital on Friday, July 24. The stock has "Neutral" rating by Robert W. Read More »

Tigers Miguel Cabrera suspended 7 games after brawl

At 9-6 in the eighth, Tigers reliever Alex Wilson plunked Todd Frazier in the hip with a fastball and the fun started again. Following that, though, Cabrera got into a tussle with NY catcher Austin Romine , which resulted in both players on the ground and a full-blown melee involving both dugouts and bullpens. Read More »

Tharanga banned for slow over-rate, Chandimal and Thirimanne called up


Gunathilaka sustained a shoulder injury in the 33rd over of India's innings, when he dived to his right from point and landed heavily on his elbow. The Sri Lankan cricket team's woes worsened on Saturday after stand-in skipper Chamara Kapugedera was hit on his arm while batting in the nets and taken to hospital for a check-up. Read More »

3 bench-clearers, 8 ejections as Tigers top Yankees 10

Mahtook was able to shake it off without much fuss, but Tigers manager Brad Ausmus called out Kahnle at the time. In the home half of the sixth inning, Tommy Kahnle a reliever for the Yankees threw a pitch that sailed behind Cabrera. Read More »

Meat exporter Moin Qureshi arrested by Enforcement Directorate


He reportedly has stashed away Rs 200 crore overseas. The ED had called Qureshi for questioning in the case and subsequently arrested him under the provisions of the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA). 200 crore stashed by him overseas. He has also been registered under Foreign Exchange Management Act ( FEMA) case by ED. He was also under the scanner of probe agencies for alleged tax evasion and hawala-like dealings. Read More »

Search continues in Switzerland after landslide


Around 100 people have been evacuated from several small villages in the Val Bondasca region following the landslide on Wednesday. According to experts, A torrent of four million cubic metres of rock and mud came down the mountain in the catastrophe, producing vibrations equivalent to an natural disaster measuring 3 on the Richter scale. Read More »

Mueller Subpoenas Manafort's Former Ukraine PR Colleagues


Russia's government has denied interfering in the election and the president has denied collusion took place. Some of the firms involved in the campaign received subpoenas for documents weeks ago, the executive said, and now the Mueller team is seeking testimony. Read More »

UH-60 Black Hawk Crashes Off Yemen, 1 Service Member Missing


The training is aimed at maintaining proficiency within the military's area of operation. Children were also among the casualties. Yemen is in the midst of major humanitarian crisis fueled by civil war. Over the past few months, there have been a number of aviation mishaps that have involved United States military personnel. The U.S. was also providing midair refueling and overhead reconnaissance support. Read More »

Missouri sailor remains missing after suspended search


Maritime accidents are frequent in the Asia Pacific as there is no other place with an equal concentration of US warships, a comparable scale of commercial navigation and other types of maritime activities, Kashin said. Several safety violations were recorded for the tanker at its last port inspection in July. The Navy today named the 10 sailors who vanished when the USS John S. Read More »

White House fires back at Corker 'ridiculous' comment


When further pressed by ABC News Senior White House Correspondent Cecilia Vega as to how such a claim doesn't represent a concession that American taxpayers will pay for the wall, Sanders again demurred. White House calls Sen. Q: Isn't Mexico supposed to pay for the wall? Kennedy, who spoke these words prior to Donald Trump's taking office, was speaking in general terms about his hope that Trump would become a great president, seeing optimism in the fact that Trump appeared at the ... Read More »

PM Narendra Modi Takes Stock Of Flood Situation In Bihar


Bihar's Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Modi also accompanied the two leaders during the aerial survey. After the meeting, he will leave for New Delhi . The Road and Transport Ministry has also been directed to take appropriate action to fix all flood-damaged roads and electricity infrastructure in the state. Read More »

Country's population surges to almost 208m


According to the official sources, the 6th Population and Housing Census was carried out across the country from March 15 to May 24, 2017. The country's total population stood at 132.35m in 1998. The reason for the increase in population could be migration from the war-torn Federally Administered Tribal Areas. It is mentioned that census results of Azad Jammu and Kashmir and Gilgit Baltistan have not been included in the census results, announcement of which would be made later. Read More »

Tegeta sold to Swiss-based company


The spotlight on Tegeta in former Public Protector Thuli Madonsela's State of Capture report, prompted the resignation of former Eskom CE Brian Molefe. - Oakbay has stipulated that the purchaser safeguards employment in the mines. Though still in its revision stages, the purchaser has committed to the Revised Mining Charter's minimum level of 30% BEE compliance. Read More »

Rogic's Celtic draws big guns in Champions League


They're still winning games and it's no secret Brendan is still looking to strength now they are in the Champions League . It's too early to say if we can win the trophy this season, but it's our dream, our goal. Nice, for whom recent signing Wesley Sneijder started, were thoroughly outplayed over the two legs and will have to settle for a place in the group stage of the Europa League instead. Read More »

US Officials Injured in "Sound attack" in Cuba


In some cases the victims heard nothing and in others deafening sound, but all suffered symptoms such as nausea, dizziness and some temporary hearing or memory loss. The department said earlier this month that a number of Americans serving in Cuba had returned to the United States for "medical reasons" that were not life-threatening. Read More »

Trump uses first presidential pardon on ex-Sheriff Joe Arpaio


And I have no doubt about it, and you don't have any doubt about it either. " President Trump's decision to further inflame racial tensions by revisiting his response to Charlottesville also makes it unlikely that the departure of former White House aide Steve Bannon will end speculation about Trump's association with the alt-right". Read More »