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Nike to slash 1400 jobs, cut sneaker styles in shakeup


About 9.24 million shares traded. Biogen Inc (NASDAQ:BIIB) has risen 4.94% since June 15, 2016 and is uptrending. It has underperformed by 16.70% the S&P500. Ratings analysis reveals 33% of Elli Mae's analysts are positive. The rating was maintained by RBC Capital Markets with "Outperform" on Tuesday, September 6. Read More »

Eyewitness captures video of shootout at GOP baseball practice


Roger Williams said . Scalise was one of five people shot by James Hodgkinson early Wednesday. Donald Trump made an unannounced visit along with first lady Melania Trump and White House physician Ronny Jackson to the hospital Wednesday night hours after Scalise's first surgery following the shooting at a Republican team charity baseball practice at the Eugene Simpson Stadium Park in Alexandria, Va . Read More »

Market Trend Highlights: The Walt Disney Company (NYSE:DIS) from Entertainment - Diversified


Manufacturers Life Insurance Communications The invested in 0.01% or 145,506 shares. The RSI is most typically used on a 14-day timeframe, measured on a scale from 0 to 100, with high and low levels marked at 70 and 30, respectively. Seizert Prtn Limited reported 4,294 shares or 0.02% of all its holdings. Edge Asset stated it has 383,754 shares. Therefore 55% are positive. Walt Disney Company has a 52-week low of $90.32 and a 52-week high of $116.10. Read More »

Reaction to Rosenworcel's FCC Nomination Keeps Coming


Although Rosenworcel is a strong advocate for net neutrality - going against both the president and the current FCC chair's agenda - she is more centrist than Clyburn. Pai's term technically expired in June 2016, but the FCC's rules allow him to stay until the end of 2017. "This appointment rights a wrong because she deserved confirmation previous year and should have been sitting on the commission all along", said Andrew Jay Schwartzman, a Georgetown University law professor, ... Read More »

Apollo Commercial Real Estate Finance


Investors sentiment increased to 1.31 in Q4 2016. Pennsylvania Real Estate Investment Trust is a self-managed and self-administered REIT in the United States. If you are reading this report on another site, it was copied illegally and republished in violation of United States & global copyright and trademark law. Read More »

Pakistan flag hoisted at SCO HQs as permanent member


He said, neighborliness and unity of development goals these simple and clear principles of interstate relations enshrined in the Charter have become the fundamental foundation of a new type of Organization and have transformed the SCO into a real factor of global life. Read More »

DUP head arrives for talks with UK leader May

Many in Northern Ireland , especially the Loyalist community, see this DUP-Conservative arrangement as a good thing if the deal is signed today, as it may highlight the areas of Northern Ireland that need investment. France's Macron said the EU's door was still open for Britain as long as the negotiations were not finished, but that it would be hard to reverse course. Read More »

Oil hits six-week low as OPEC fails to curb oversupply

Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan already cut their oil price forecasts , in the latter case by as much as US$11 for a barrel of WTI to US$42. Last month, OPEC and top nonproducers made a decision to extend their production cut to remove 1.8 million barrels per day from the market until March 2018 in an effort to push stockpiles below the five-year average. Read More »

Company inspired by real 'Soup Nazi' files for bankruptcy


A Chapter 11 bankruptcy petition filed Tuesday in DE stated that Soupman had estimated assets between just over $1 million and $10 million, and estimated debts ranging from just over $10 million to $50 million. Yeganeh, who inspired the Soup Nazi character played by actor Larry Thomas on " Seinfeld ", opened his store in Manhattan in 1984. It has filed for a Chapter 11 bankruptcy in DE - a legal instrument that offers protection from creditors for a limited period to allow it to reorganise. Read More »

Mueller investigating Trump for obstruction of justice

The Special Counsel overseeing the probe into possible collusion between Donald Trump's campaign and Moscow is said to now be investigating the President himself for possibly obstructing justice over the firing of former FBI Director James Comey . Read More »

PM May not sobbing over election, Brexit minister says

Pressed on reports of secret talks between Cabinet ministers and Labour MPs, Mr Gove said the two parties had a "similar" position on Brexit and the reality of the hung parliament meant the Government would have to "work with everyone". Read More »

Greek PM renews call for lenders to tackle Greece's debt

Also, following a recommendation from the new French government of President Emmanuel Macron , the possibility was raised of linking Greek repayments to growth, which could mean debt repayments being postponed in the event of an adverse shock. Read More »

Judge's ruling surprises but doesn't concern oil industry


USA district judge James Boasberg said that the survey did not consider the effect an oil spill could have on the "fishing rights, hunting rights, or environmental justice, " of the river. Earlier this month , the Iowa Utilities Board issued a reprimand against Dakota Access for failing to prove it holds at least US$25 million in general liability insurance coverage in case of spills and leaks. Read More »

Horgan, Weaver cry foul on speaker stance


Following B.C.'s May 9 election, the B.C. Liberals ended up with the most seats, at 43. Speaking to reporters at the B.C. legislature Wednesday, Weaver said if Clark has directed the other 42 B.C. "This is nothing more than to work the people of British Columbia into a tizzy about a non-existent crisis". "Our first priority is to present the throne speech and lay out an agenda for what we'd like to do", De Jong said. Read More »

President Trump Being Investigated For Obstruction

Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats, National Security Agency Director Adm. Mike Rogers and Rogers' former deputy Richard Ledgett agreed to be interviewed as part of Mueller's investigation, according to five people "briefed on the requests" who were "not authorized to discuss the matter publicly", the paper reports. Read More »

Rep. Steve Scalise, aides shot at baseball practice in Virginia


The video concludes by showing a group of people huddled around an area on the baseball field. "Scalise hit. Other staffers hit", Fox News reporter Chad Pergram tweeted on Wednesday just before 8 a.m. Rep. Brad Wenstrup, of OH, rushed to House Majority Whip Steve Scalise's side Wednesday morning, as a stream of blood trailed behind the Louisiana congressman. Read More »

US consumer prices dip 0.1 percent in May


Consumer inflation has been running above the central bank's 2 percent target for the last three months and is now at 2.7 percent year-on-year. The cost of games, toys and hobbies shot up by 2.7 per cent last month, thanks in part to a jump in computer game prices, while the price of clothes, mainly children's, jumped by 0.6 per cent between April and May. Read More »

Inflation Is Always and Everywhere Increasing, Even When It's Not


Stocks rose on Wednesday, but worries about stretched valuations and caution before a near-certain rate hike by the U.S. Federal Reserve kept their gains in check, while the U.S. The Fed largely shrugged off softer economic data in the May meeting statement, and markets will be tuning in for any change to this language, as well as any adjustment to the Fed's inflation outlook given that market-based inflation expectations have decreased slightly over the past month. Read More »

Fed raises key rate and unveils plan to reduce bond holdings


Finally, while you may think that a Fed rate hike should translate into a higher interest rate from your savings account, that may not be the case. In fact, he could nominate five of the 12 positions on the central bank's all powerful committee that votes on rate hikes. Read More »

White House Says Trump Has 'No Intention' To Fire Special Counsel

White House staffers made a concerted effort to talk Trump down from ordering that Mueller be fired, the paper said . Trump was especially outraged by Comey's admission last week that he had leaked a memo with details of his interactions with the president in hopes of spurring the appointment of a special counsel . Read More »

USA consumer prices dip 0.1 per cent in May


The Federal Reserve has raised its key interest rate for the third time in six months, providing its latest vote of confidence in a slow-growing but durable economy. Rhys Herbert, Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking senior economist, said that "given other pressures, including domestic political uncertainty, interest rates still seem set to remain on hold for now". Read More »