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Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane: 'I understand Gareth Bale frustration'

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Despite their vast improvement in 2018, Real Madrid will be looking to overhaul their squad with major summer signings having several Premier League talents on the radar . Before the rivals met in December, Barcelona director of institutional relations Guillermo Amor announced Real Madrid would not be ceremonially welcomed despite Los Blancos' triumph over Gremio to win the FIFA Club World Cup. Read More »

Boeing sees off Airbus to secure American Airlines deal

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The company noted it already owns almost three dozen 787s. "This was a hard decision between the Boeing 787 and the Airbus A350 and A330neo", Robert Isom, American's president, said in the statement. The new aircraft will replace American's fleet of Boeing 767-300s, Airbus A330-300s and some older Boeing 777-200s. American has ordered 47 aircraft, 22 787-8s and 25 787-9s, to add to an existing order of 42, with 35 of those already delivered. Read More »

Featured Stock Overview: Alibaba Group Holding Limited (NYSE:BABA)

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A total volume of 18.25 million shares were traded unusually versus to average volume of 20.72 million shares. The stock outperformed the S&P500 by 56.74%. The firm has "Buy" rating by Robert W. Baird given on Tuesday, August 29. On Friday, February 2 the rating was maintained by Jefferies with "Buy". This means that the price of the security can change dramatically over a short time period in either direction. Read More »

J&J loses talc case in New Jersey

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Also testifying for Lanzo was James Webber, an environmental health consultant, who told jurors J&J's talcum products contained asbestos. During the more than two-month trial, Lanzo's lawyers produced stacks of internal J&J and Imerys files that showed officials of both companies were anxious that asbestos was tainting talc used in baby powder and other products as early as 1969. Read More »

Here is list of products hit by US-China trade tensions

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Trump said the United States has already lost any trade war, as he defended his proposed tariffs, saying the move might cause "a little pain" but the United States will be better off in the long run. And the market did calm down. Beijing announced its list of 106 American products that will be hit with 25% tariffs on Wednesday. "Mr. Trump is upping the ante, but the lack of a clear game plan and an incoherent messaging strategy from the administration is setting this up for an all-out ... Read More »

Ford Motor Company (F) Weighs On Beatable Move and Volatility Analysis

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Ford Motor Company ( F) stock price performed at a change of 4.06% from 20 day SMA and stands at a distance of 4.64% away from 50 day SMA. The business's quarterly revenue was down 6.9% on a year-over-year basis. Beta/Volatility: A beta factor is used to measure the volatility of the stock. Volume is the number of shares or agreement traded in a security or a whole market during a given period. Read More »

Facebook unveils clampdown on political ads ahead of Congress appearance

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Zuckerberg and Facebook have been under particularly intense scrutiny since March 17, when four news organizations in the US and Britain reported that Cambridge Analytica had harvested Facebook user information without their consent, using it to create psychological profiles of voters that were used to target pro-Trump, anti-Clinton messaging during the 2016 election. Read More »

Arlington jobless rate remains lowest in commonwealth

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According to Statistics Canada, the unemployment rate for Medicine Hat in March was 7.5 per cent, down from 8.5 per cent in February. Construction payrolls fell last month after a burst of hiring in February, and other business categories including leisure, information, financial services and temporary-help were all flat last month. Read More »

Younkers Empire Mall store closing

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The closure of the Eau Claire store will affect 93 workers and the closing is permanent. The Eau Claire Younkers is one of five large "anchor" stores at the Oakwood Mall. In addition to its Westgate Mall location, Bon-Ton has stores at South Mall in Salisbury Township, Palmer Park Mall in Palmer Township and Richland Plaza outside Quakertown. Read More »

Dow tumbles on trade war fears

The date of implementation will depend on when the United States government imposes the tariffs on Chinese products, China's Ministry of Finance said . All 30 Dow stocks were in the red. "It's hard to see how anyone wins in this but investors now, despite the declines we've seen, are expressing confidence that a solution will be found before a full blown trade war erupts", said Erlam. Read More »

Lalu's son Tej Pratap to tie the knot with Aishwarya

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Reports say that he may file an application for parole in the coming days. RJD chief Lalu Prasad maybe in jail, but his elder son's match has been fixed. Rabri Devi insisted that she is looking for well-cultured girls for her sons, especially for Tej, who she added was very "religious". The venue was changed to the Veterinary College ground after that. Read More »

Stock dive as trade tensions heat up between US and China

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Technology shares led losses on Thursday, as investors grapple with the Federal Reserve's policy update from Wednesday, in which the central bank lifted rates by a quarter-point to a range of 1.50% and 1.75%, but signaled that it might be more aggressive in lifting rates in the coming years. Read More »

US Economy Adds Over 100K Jobs, Wages Still Lag

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The weaker than expected job growth came as increases in employment in the manufacturing, healthcare, and mining sectors were partly offset by job losses in the construction and retail sectors . According to Friday's announcement, wages were up across the country in March. Private service-providing industries gained 87,000 jobs, led by professional and business services and education and health care, adding 33,000 and 25,000 jobs, respectively. Read More »

IndiGo not to bid for Air India under 'current divestiture plans'

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However, IndiGo's President Aditya Ghosh has now said his company will not be able to successfully turn around all of Air India's airline operations. According to the memorandum, the government plans to offload 76 per cent equity share capital of the national carrier as well as transfer the management control. Read More »

Gold Prices Fall Rs 200, Silver Prices Recover: 5 Things To Know

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Yesterday, gold prices fell as a result of a stronger United States dollar and improving risk sentiment. In global markets, spot gold was at $1,325.46 an ounce, down 0.1 per cent and off an earlier high of $1,333.28. Gold is often used as a store of value during times of financial or political uncertainty. In overseas markets, gold prices were steady ahead of US payrolls data that is being closely watched for its implications for interest rate policy, though concerns over a China-US trade ... Read More »

Trump considering $100B in additional tariffs against China

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The escalating tariffs are raising concerns especially in the USA agricultural sector, after China announced this week it intends to hit soybeans and other farm products imported from America. would have a "fantastic long-term relationship" with China . China has accused Trump of damaging the global system of trade regulation by taking action under US law instead of through the WTO. Read More »

SEC Says Centra Tech ICO Was a $32M Fraud

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Sohrab "Sam" Sharma and Robert Farkas, co-founders of a company called Centra Tech Inc., have been charged by the SEC and subsequently arrested by local authorities for "orchestrating a fraudulent ICO that raised more than $32 million from thousands of investors". Read More »

China's Running Out of US Imports to Target

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It's part of the process. China issued a $50 billion list of more than 100 US goods including soybeans and aircraft targeted for a possible 25 per cent tariff hike , releasing it after trading ended in most Asian markets. Despite the ongoing trade war between the two countries, Trump claimed that he was on good terms with Chinese premier Xi Jinping and that the U.S. Read More »

Royal Dutch Shell (RDS.A) Upgraded to "Buy" by Zacks Investment Research

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In other words, EPS reveals how profitable a company is on a share owner basis. This is represented as the equation (P/EPS), where P is the market price and EPS is the earnings per share. After keeping Technical check on movement of stock price comparison to its moving averages like 20, 50 and 200 SMA, we detected following trends of RDS-B. Read More »

UK Sugar Tax To Shake Up Soft-Drink Market

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It was thought the tax would raise £500 million a year but new estimates suggest it will be closer to half that amount as a number of manufacturers have made a decision to lower the sugar content in their drinks to avoid falling foul of the levy. Read More »

Virgin Galactic reaches milestone with successful test flight

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Unity's rocket engine then burned for 30 seconds, exceeding the speed of sound. The spaceships are built by the Spaceship Company, which operates in Mojave and is a unit of Virgin Galactic. The company said the spacecraft achieved supersonic speed before the pilots shut down the engine and glided it back to Mojave Air & Space Port. Engineers also changed the SpaceShipTwo rocket motor design from one that used plastic-based fuel to one that burns rubber-based fuel. Read More »

Cars demand drops by 16 per cent in March

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Sales of new cars in the United Kingdom plunged in March as economic uncertainty weighed on demand and consumers turned their backs on diesel, extending the run of falling sales to 12 months. Customers are keeping old cars for longer and avoiding diesels Buyers don't believe that petrol or electrified cars can deliver the performance or economy benefits they need, and so they are holding on to older vehicles for longer. Read More »

Canada trade deficit soared in February

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From a geographical perspective, surpluses on the trade in goods were recorded with South and Central America ($3.4bn), Hong Kong ($3.1bn), Brazil ($0.9bn), the United Kingdom ($0.6bn) and Singapore ($0.5bn). At 9:43 a.m. EDT (1343 GMT), the Canadian dollar was trading almost unchanged at $1.2772 to the greenback, or 78.30 USA cents. The goods deficit with Mexico jumped by $1 billion to $6.6 billion while it rose with Europe by $300 million to $15.3 billion. Read More »

Scoot flight returns to Singapore after alleged bomb threat; man arrested

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A Scoot flight out of Singapore was turned around on Thursday (5 April) following an alleged bomb threat by a passenger aboard the plane. Flight TR634 carrying 173 passengers and six crew and operated by the Singapore-based low-priced airline Scoot landed safely at Changi Airport about two hours after departing on a flight to Hat Yai, Thailand. Read More »