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Xerox Corporation (XRX) Stock Rating Upgraded by Credit Suisse Group


Following the completion of the sale, the insider now owns 96,319 shares in the company, valued at $914,067.31. The company has a 50-day moving average of $9.27 and a 200 day moving average of $9.62. Monthly stock performance comes in at -5.84%. Institutional investors have recently made changes to their positions in the stock. Vanguard Group Inc. Read More »

Protestors dangle from catwalk during Bears-Vikings game

Early in the second quarter , a large banner was unfurled from a large beam attached to the stadium roof by two unknown individuals that read, "U.S. Bank Divest #NoDAPL ". Bank Stadium while avoiding detection. We'll have more details as they become available. The company said it was working to end the protest "with all stadium partners" and with a "primary focus on the safety of the fans and these two individuals". Read More »

Emirates comes to an agreement with Rolls-Royce

Airbus has suffered yet another hitch in the troubled life of its A380 "superjumbo", as it was forced to postpone delivery of 12 aircraft to its largest customer, Emirates. " Airbus re-confirms the target to deliver around 12 A380s per year from 2018 as announced earlier in July 2016". U.S. competitor Boeing also having trouble selling its competing 747-8. Read More »

Charleston Shooter Won't Call Witnesses, Offer Evidence During Penalty Phase


Those in the courtroom shouldn't expect an elaborate production on his part. The penalty phase of the case is scheduled to begin January 3, though U.S. Prosecutor Jay Richardson says he could call more than 30 witnesses related to the victims, and that's not even counting a collection of other various witnesses that he might call. Read More »

Fred's Pharmacy to buy Rite Aid locations


Walgreens shares were trading more than 1 percent higher in early trading Tuesday. According to Fred's , closing of the store purchase is expected to take several months after the Walgreens-Rite Aid closure. Once the Walgreens-Rite Aid divestiture is concluded, DSN estimates Fred's will operate 1,475 stores, making it the third-largest USA drug store chain. Read More »

Privacy Commissioner calls for greater openness over Yahoo hack

That incident was separate from one that Yahoo had disclosed in September involving a breach of at least 500 million accounts in 2014. The company says it believes bank-account information and payment-card data were not affected. Germany's cyber security authority, the Federal Office for Information Security (BSI), advised German consumers to consider switching to safer alternatives for email, and criticized Yahoo for failing to adopt modern encryption techniques to protect users' ... Read More »

Fed raises key interest rate for first time in year


That said, rates on some other loans - notably credit cards, home equity loans and adjustable-rate mortgages - will likely rise soon, though only modestly. The expectation is that the federal funds rate would be higher than 1% by the end of 2017. Futures signalled that traders believe it was basically a coin flip the Fed would increase rates at least three times a year from now. Read More »

Ronaldo: If Messi were in my team, I´d have more Ballons d´Or

Whilst Ronaldo's collective achievement in winning both the Champions League and Euro 2016 was the reason he won the award, the 31-year-old also hushed the critics who suggested he was past his best at the start of this season with a hat-trick to again vanquish Atletico last month. Read More »

PM Modi a 'good reformist': Malaysia PM Razak

He expressed happiness that the constitutional amendment for Goods and Services Tax, GST has been passed and it is expected to be implemented from next year. He said Malaysia, on the other hand, was India's 14th largest trading partner, 19th largest export destination and 15th largest import source. He added to experienced a memorable visit to Malaysia last year and looking forward to welcome Najib's visit to India scheduled next year. Read More »

US defense secretary in Israel as country gets F-35 jets

The Air Force and Ministry of Defense have not yet decided whether to pursue a purchase of a third stealth aircraft squadron or instead request to purchase advanced F-15 planes offered by USA weapons and aviation giant Boeing. In September, Israel reached a 10-year, $38 billion arms deal with the USA, which includes $33 billion in foreign military financing funds and a $5 billion commitment in missile defense assistance. Read More »

Boeing And Iran Air Sign Jetliner Contract Worth $16.6 Billion

Planned aircraft sales by Boeing and European plane maker Airbus group are among the high profile transactions done by Iran . The Boeing order comprises 50 B737 MAX 8s, 15 B777-300ERs and 15 B777-9s (pictured top). "We hope that despite changes in the USA administration, the country will remain loyal to its commitments". The measure , which passed by 243 votes (235 Republicans and eight Democrats) to 174 (all Democrats), has been referred to a Senate committee, but the White House ... Read More »

Fidel Castro's ashes interred in private ceremony in Cuba

Castro's brother, Raul addressed the crowd saying that in keeping with his brother's wishes and tradition there will be no streets or monuments named after his brother. The private, early-morning ceremony was attended by members of Fidel Castro's family, the ruling Politburo of the single-party system he founded, and Latin American leaders who installed closely allied leftist governments in Venezuela, Bolivia, Nicaragua and Brazil. Read More »

Trump picks fast food executive Andrew Puzder for Labor


Puzder, chief executive of CKE Restaurants Inc, which operates the Carl's Jr. and Hardee's fast-food chains, has been a vociferous critic of government regulation of the workplace. Pudzer has also said that raising the minimum wage does nothing to break the cycle of poverty for the working poor. Chuck Jones, president of the United Steelworkers Local 1999, had accused Trump of exaggerating the number of U.S. Read More »

United Kingdom growth predictions fall after Brexit


In the government's first major economic announcement since the vote in June to leave the European Union, the new chancellor said the economy was faring well in the wake of the referendum result but growth would slow markedly next year on the back of weaker business spending and a squeeze on household budgets from rising living costs. Read More »

Energy Giant Shell Inks Oil Deal With Iran


Royal/Dutch Shell Iranian chief of office and managing director of Iran's national oil company and United Kingdom ambassador to Tehran signed an oil MoU on Wednesday. The deals include a $10-12 billion expansion of the South Azadegan oil field, another project at the Yadavaran oil field and an offshore gas field near Kish Island. Read More »

Bank of Canada holds rates steady, cites economic slack


They may start teaching Bank of Canada policy statements in school. Indeed, economists expect the U.S. Federal Reserve will next week hike rates south of the border. "Even excluding the resource sector and the energy sector, we're seeing exporters struggling a bit - and that's even with a Canadian dollar that most would gauge to be fairly competitive". Read More »

Borthwick, Farrell, Howley to help Gatland on '17 Lions tour


Ex-England skipper Borthwick would be a Lions newcomer, but he has made a considerable impression during England's revival under their Australian head coach Eddie Jones. We are under no illusions what to expect on the field, but with the inspirational travelling support from all four home nations behind us, I believe it will be a memorable six weeks. Read More »

Obama blocks proposed takeover of Germany's Aixtron

Obama's decision upholds a recommendation from the Committee on Foreign Investment in the US, which reviews foreign purchases of USA companies. Aixtron apparently has a subsidiary in California, which generates around 20 percent of its sales and employs at least 100 people. Read More »

North Dakota will not block supplies into camp

The protesters said Saturday that they do not plan to leave and will continue to oppose construction of the Dakota Access oil pipeline. Two-thousand veterans have signed up and the Oceti Sakowin protesters' campsite can not hold more veterans than that, but about 1,000 more have said they plan to come, Parker said. Read More »

Fiat scion arrested after false report in New York


The 39-year-old had claimed he was being held against his will in NY from 6pm on Friday to 10.30m on Saturday. He claimed a woman would hurt him unless a $US10,000 ransom was paid, according to the New York Post . It is the second time he has been linked to drug use after he almost died of a drug overdose in 2005. He founded Independent Ideas in 2007 with Alberto Fusignani with the company listed on AIM Italia since 2013. Read More »

First woman to become Australia's highest ranking judge


The National Attrition and Re-engagement Study Report released by the Law Council of Australia in March 2014 confirmed that during 2013-14 women solicitors comprised 61 per cent of all solicitors admitted in that year. "I will continue to serve this very important institution to the best of my ability and I would like to offer Justice Edelman my congratulations on his appointment". Read More »

Dunelm Group PLC (LON:DNLM) Receives Buy Rating From Peel Hunt Analysts


Previously on Wednesday November 23, 2016, Barclays Capital reported on Restaurant Group The PLC (LON:RTN) raised the target price from 321.00GBX to 390.00GBX. The original version of this news story can be accessed at Read More »

China fixes yuan midpoint at weakest since June 2008


The US dollar has been led higher by a dramatic rise in US Treasuries since Mr Trump's Nov 8 election upset, with markets betting that Mr Trump's policies will boost spending, growth and inflation - setting the course for faster-than-expected Federal Reserve rate increases. Read More »

Kingfisher Q3 sales growth driven by United Kingdom and Poland


United Kingdom and Ireland sales came in at £1.2bn, 2.8% up on the same time past year - or 5.8%, like-for-like. Total group sales rose 11.5 percent to 3.0 billion pounds ($3.7 billion), with like-for-like sales up 1.8 percent, slowing from growth of 3.0 percent in the previous quarter. Read More »

Daily Fantasy Sports Sites DraftKings And FanDuel Agree To Merge


DraftKings co-founder Jason Robins , who will be CEO of the new entity, and FanDuel co-founder Nigel Eccles , who will chair its board, described the agreement as a merger of equals. In a joint phone interview Friday, Mr. Robins and Mr. Eccles said combining the companies will allow them to innovate more by freeing up money. It estimated that the fantasy sports companies spent $100 million less on broadcast and cable ads in September 2016 than they did past year. Read More »

Unemployment rate drops slightly in RI to 5.5 percent

The New Haven and Bridgeport-Stamford-Norwalk markets lost 2,600 jobs each, while Norwich-New London-Westerly was down 300 positions in October. The rate was up from 3 percent a year ago. Almost 3,000 jobs were pared from state and local governments and 2,200 construction jobs were cut in October. Statewide unemployment rates edged higher in October, the state Labor Department reported Thursday, even as the nation's jobless rate dipped. Read More »

Trump Name to Be Removed from NYC Apartment Buildings


The "Trump Place" moniker was a relic of the development's earlier stages: It has been owned and operated by Equity Residential since 2007 . "The goal of this change is to assume a neutral building identity that appeals to all current and future residents", Equity Residential, which owns the buildings, wrote in an email to residents, according to PIX11 . Read More »

Night of calm follows mistrial in Cincinnati police shooting

Stewart Mathews, left, and Gwen Callender, center, attorneys for Ray Tensing, arrive at court for the second time on the third day of jury deliberations in Tensing's murder trial, Friday, Nov. Cincinnati's mayor says people have a right to be angry. The shooting - then the latest in a string of police killings of unarmed blacks - caused an immediate uproar. Read More »

About Rs 2 lakh cr deposited in banks till Saturday afternoon: Jaitley


These notes are of a new size and design that require the software -- which helps an ATM count currency notes and dispense them -- to be reconfigured. Speaking on the reports of misuse of Jan Dhan accounts , he said, "concerned department will look into any unlawful activities". "We will check these", he said. Read More »