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Macron, Johnson visit hurricane-hit Caribbean

In 2013, Branson said he moved to Necker out of his love for the Virgin Islands, not for tax reasons. Up to 90 per cent of Barbuda has been destroyed, with the damage leaving the island "barely habitable". Gough, who is from Canada and has lived in Anguilla for around four years, said the island's water supply has been cut off since Irma made landfall on Wednesday. Read More »

Revenue Forecast of The Coca-Cola Company (KO)

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It has outperformed by 25.46% the S&P500. Lincoln Capital Llc decreased Coca Cola Co (KO) stake by 12.02% reported in 2016Q4 SEC filing. Montag A & Associates Inc bought 499,827 shares as the company's stock rose 6.48% with the market. Credit Suisse Ag owns 0.37% invested in The Coca-Cola Co (NYSE:KO) for 8.96 million shares. 68,068 are owned by Klingenstein Fields And Communications Llc. Read More »

Wells Fargo &'s (NYSE:WFC) "Buy" Rating Reiterated at Robert W. Baird

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Among new and sold out positions, 113 holders initiated new positions by a total of 39.2 million shares and 97 holders exited their positions by a total of 24.85 million shares. It last reported revenues of $2.96 billion and EPS of -$0.09 for the July 2017, representing 2% top-line growth and -0.05 EPS growth. First National Bank & Trust Of Hutchinson invested 0.21% of its portfolio in Wells Fargo & Co (NYSE:WFC). Read More »

Revolutionary movement of United Kingdom govt start confiscating underworld don Dawood Ibrahim property

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India's most wanted underworld gangster , Dawood Ibrahim, is said to be one of the richest gangsters with a net worth of $6.7 billion. The move is being seem as a diplomatic victory for Prime Minister Narendra Modi . Dawood is now on the wanted list of Interpol for organised crime and counterfeiting, besides for his association with Al Qaeda as identified in the UNSC resolutions. Read More »

UN Mulls US Push for North Korea Oil Embargo, Textile Export Ban

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Moon stressed that while reinforcing sanctions and pressure to make North Korea abandon nuclear and missiles, efforts need to be made to seek an ultimate resolution of the North Korean problem by peaceful means, the office said . North Korea conducted its sixth and most powerful nuclear test last Sunday. "Certainly that's not our first choice, but we will see what happens", Trump said. Read More »

Lights still out for 5.8 million United States customers after Irma

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One of the many rumors circulating as Hurricane Irma draws closer to South Florida is that residents will lose power once FPL shuts down the Turkey Point nuclear plant ahead of the storm. FPL said after repairing any damage to its power plants and the lines that carry electricity from the generating facilities, the company next restores "critical facilities", like hospitals, police and fire stations, communication facilities, water treatment plants, transportation providers and shelters. Read More »

UN Security Council Steps Up Pressure On North Korea

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The US had originally pushed for a strict oil embargo, as well as a freeze on the assets of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un. Earlier in NY, the Security Council adopted Resolution 2375 to put caps on North Korea's imports of crude and refined petroleum products, which experts say will lead to around a 30 percent reduction in total supplies of oil-related products to the North. Read More »

How Equifax is getting off easy after being hacked by ID thieves

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Equifax fallout continues: Banks are considering shifting some of their business away from Equifax to competing credit bureaus in the wake of the company's massive data breach. Partly, I'm bitter. A decade ago, I fell victim to identity theft and a Seattle hacker with a bit of an online shopping addiction. Durbin wants to know details about the company's cyber security standards, and when the Equifax board and executives were notified about the breach. Read More »

Oil up on OPEC output decline; USA refinery restarts

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Owing to the impact of Harvey , US crude inventories rose by 4.6 million barrels while gasoline stocks fell by 3.2 million barrels last week. The largest refinery in the United States, in Port Arthur Texas, was running at reduced rates, sources told Reuters . Read More »

Target hiring 100000 employees: Here's how to apply

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The discounter said it plans to hire approximately 100,000 employees for the upcoming holiday season, which is up about 40%. Target also says it's hiring 4,500 workers for its distribution and fulfillment centers. The company on Tuesday held its annual fall employee meeting, during which executives laid out goals for the holiday season. "They are going to turn it into a competitive advantage". Read More »

Olive Garden unlimited pasta pass is back

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The $100 pass gets you unlimited Never Ending Pasta Bowls with toppings, soup or salad and bread sticks from September 25 to November 19. For $200, the recipients of the pasta passport will receive an eight-day, seven-night, all-inclusive trip to Italy for two - plus their eight-week pasta pass. Read More »

Sirius XM Holdings Inc. (NASDAQ:SIRI) Shares Bought by Sei Investments Co

Altfest L J & Co. Sirius XM Holdings earned a daily sentiment score of 0.08 on Accern's scale. FMR LLC lifted its position in Sirius XM Holdings by 12.8% during the first quarter. The company holds 4.67 billion outstanding shares and 1.41 billion shares are floating in market. Wedbush Securities Inc. increased its stake in shares of Sirius XM Holdings by 1.3% in the third quarter. Read More »

EasyJet will now let you book long-haul flights with other carriers

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Launched by EasyJet today, the service means passengers can seamlessly connect their EasyJet flight with Norwegian's fast-growing network of affordable long-haul flights to the USA, Asia and South America. Technology partner Dohop will be providing the technology platform for Worldwide by easyJet. Worldwide by easyJet is subject to a 2 hour 30 minute "Minimum Connection Time", which will give customers plenty of time to transfer between flights and/or terminals. Read More »

Murphy Oil Corporation (NYSE:MUR) Receiving Somewhat Favorable News Coverage, Report Finds

Occidental Petroleum Corporation (NYSE:OXY) has declined 18.97% since September 13, 2016 and is downtrending. It has underperformed by 25.41% the S&P500.The move comes after 8 months positive chart setup for the $4.17 billion company. Municipal Employees Retirement System of MI has an ownership of 24,660 stocks of the oil and gas producer's shares valued at $1,562,000 following acquiring an extra 150 stocks in the previous period. Read More »

North Korea vows to speed up nuclear program

Still he says , it's "nice" to get a 15-0 vote. The United Nations Security Council approved new sanctions aimed at punishing North Korea for its latest missile and nuclear tests after the USA dropped demands such as an oil embargo to win support from Russian Federation and China . Read More »

South Dakota corn, soybean crop to decline this year

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Soybeans per acre could decline by about 13 percent, from 55 bushels per acre a year ago to 48 bushels per acre, according to the release. Analysts have pegged corn production at 14.035 billion bushels on yields of 168.2 bushels an acre, down slightly from the USDA's August estimate of 14.153 billion bushels and yields of 169.5 bushels, according to analysts citing industry forecasts. Read More »

Oil prices rise amid sharp decline in United States output

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October West Texas Intermediate crude traded down 95 cents, or 1.9% at $48.14 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange. The deal agreed late a year ago to reduce output by about 1.8 million bpd until March 2018 helped to keep prices as high as $58 a barrel in January, but they have since sagged as global stocks have not fallen as quickly as expected . Read More »

Western Digital is ready to buy Toshiba's chip manufacturing business

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Western Digital shares were up 0.7%, near 88.05, during morning trading in the stock market today . A Toshiba spokesman said the firm could not comment on details of the talks. The group put forward its latest offer last week, exceeding Western Digital's $18 billion bid. With Toshiba sitting as the second largest producer of NAND chips, Western Digital is now interested in acquiring a large stake - or perhaps all of - Toshiba's semiconductor business. Read More »

Pizza Hut manager threatened workers evacuating for Irma

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The memo warned workers that, while safety and security was the number one priority, they had a responsibility and commitment to the community. The memo had statements written in it, workers whoever if fails to the assigned shifts at job would be further considered a "no show/no call" and a written document will be issued regarding it. Read More »

Japan, India opening up airways to more flights

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France's Emmanuel Macron discussed increased pressure and sanctions on North Korea on the telephone with U.S President Donald Trump and Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe , the French president's office said on Saturday. They would conclude with a dinner and a closed door meeting at a heritage hotel - House of MG - next to this mosque. India-Japan ties are on an upswing in a range of areas, including defence and security. Read More »

Trump's plan to starve North Korea of oil is a long shot

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Stoltenberg, during a news conference at a military base in Estonia, also called on North Korea to "abandon all nuclear and ballistic missile programs", adding that their nuclear program is in "violation of multiple UN Security Council resolutions and a major threat to the non-proliferation regime". Read More »

UK Inflation Accelerates More Than Forecast

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Economists had expected the figure to rise to 2.8 per cent. India's consumer price inflation rose more than expected to a five-month high in August, fuelled by strong gains in prices of food items, dampening chances of a rate cut by the central bank in a policy review next month amid weak economic growth. Read More »

Watching Hurricanes Irma, Jose and Katia From 22000 Miles Above Earth

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The National Hurricane Center forecast potentially deadly storm surges - water driven ashore by the winds - of up to 15 feet (4.6 m) along some parts of the coast. A spokesperson for Florida Power & Light, the state's biggest utility, said recovery from the storm would require a "wholesale rebuild" of the electrical grid . Read More »