• Sudanese Cabinet Confirms Support To Settle Gulf Crisis
Sudanese Cabinet Confirms Support To Settle Gulf Crisis

In a phone call with Al Thani, Trump said he wanted to help Qatar and its Arab neighbors resolve the row that has upended any sense of Gulf unity, suggesting a possible White House summit among leaders. The website block began Thursday and follows the UAE blocking access to a series of Qatari media websites, including those of Doha-based satellite ...

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  • Senator Wyden Questions Comey On Extent Of Trump's Ties To Russia
Senator Wyden Questions Comey On Extent Of Trump's Ties To Russia

In the conclusion of the statement, there also appear to be grammatical errors in a sentence that claims "in sum, it is now established that there the President was not being investigated for colluding with the or attempting to obstruct that investigation".

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  • Can Apple's HomePod Compete With Amazon's Alexa?
Can Apple's HomePod Compete With Amazon's Alexa?

Apple unveiled a smart speaker called HomePod featuring the company's Siri personal assistant on Monday, pitting the company against similar products from Google and Amazon . iOS 11 will also block notifications for phones if those phones are connected to cars. You'll be able to readily message money to your kids and a "Do Not Disturb" fe...

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  • Man charged with battery in racially charged incident at Starbuc
Man charged with battery in racially charged incident at Starbuc

Boucher yells at the two black men, as someone who appears to be a Starbucks employee tries to intervene. "We have absolutely no tolerance for this type of behavior in our stores, and are grateful to the (employees) and customers who stepped in to help until officers arrived", a Starbucks spokeswoman said in an emailed statement.

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  • After confusion, Cabinet member claims Trump does believe 'the climate is changing'
After confusion, Cabinet member claims Trump does believe 'the climate is changing'

Is our country still spending money on the GLOBAL WARMING HOAX?'. The Paris Agreement of climate change , agreed on by nearly every country in the world in 2015 after lengthy negotiations, aims to tackle climate change by cutting greenhouse gas emissions and sets a global target of keeping the rise in the average temperature no higher than 2 deg...

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  • Corbyn says Brexit talks must go ahead after inconclusive poll
Corbyn says Brexit talks must go ahead after inconclusive poll

At the time she was riding high in the polls and she pushed a tough message on Brexit on the campaign trail, saying she was planning to be a "bloody hard woman" in Brussels. An election once expected to lead to an nearly certain victory for the incumbent prime minister, who called early elections herself, could now possibly turn into a major de...

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  • Apple's HomePod speaker brings Siri into the living room
Apple's HomePod speaker brings Siri into the living room

Like the Amazon Echo and Google Home , the HomePod will play music while also helping people to manage their lives and homes. Apple has finally come up with a Google Home and Amazon Echo killer. Apple's John Ternus speaks during an announcement of new products at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference in San Jose, Calif .,...

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  • French Center Jonathan Jeanne Suffers Setback, Out of 2017 NBA Draft
French Center Jonathan Jeanne Suffers Setback, Out of 2017 NBA Draft

The 7-foot-2 center has Marfan syndrome, which affects the connective tissues of the body, his agent told The Vertical on Thursday. A similar instance happened during the 2014 pre-draft lead up when Isaiah Austin was found to have the same disease.

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  • Comey's caution to meet Trump's tweets in Russian Federation hearing
Comey's caution to meet Trump's tweets in Russian Federation hearing

Kasowitz sought to place blame on Comey, especially for his embarrassing revelation that he leaked parts of a private memo on a conversation with Trump to reporters through a third party - a law professor friend. Trump told Comey of the "need" to make that fact public, Comey said, but he had concerns about doing so as it would raise the issue of ...

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  • Labour ready to serve now Tories have lost election, says Corbyn
Labour ready to serve now Tories have lost election, says Corbyn

May called for Thursday's snap election just seven weeks ago, rather than waiting until the next scheduled national election in 2020. He also said Labour would not do a coalition deal with any other party. "Time for everyone to regroup". George Osborne , the former finance minister who stepped down at the election, told ITV that the results ...

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  • Oil rises off one-month lows struck after surprise stock build
Oil rises off one-month lows struck after surprise stock build

Oil has traded below $50 a barrel for the past couple of weeks amid speculation that rising USA output will counter supply curbs by the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries and its partners, including Russian Federation. With (Other OTC: " WWTH - news ) gasoline now the seasonal leader of the complex, its weakness is dragging everything ...

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  • The most chilling line of Comey's testimony
The most chilling line of Comey's testimony

Mr Trump kept silent during the hearing - keeping away from Twitter even after the former Federal Bureau of Investigation director accused him of telling "lies, plain and simple" - but after it was over offered a clue to his next step in a statement read by his lawyer, Marc Kasowitz.

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  • ECB cuts inflation forecast, raises growth estimate
ECB cuts inflation forecast, raises growth estimate

Draghi dampened expectations of an end to the ECB's massive stimulus programme anytime soon as he highlighted the subdued outlook for Eurozone inflation . At 9:33 a.m. ET (1333 GMT), the Dow Jones Industrial Average was down 1.74 points, or 0.01 percent, at 21,171.95 and the S&P 500 was down 0.62 points, or 0.02 percent, at 2,432.52.

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  • Qatar rejects Saudi-led bloc's 'terror' list
Qatar rejects Saudi-led bloc's 'terror' list

The list was also a result of "the continued violation by the authorities in Doha of its signed commitments and agreements that included a pledge not to support or harbour elements or organisations that threatened the security of states", it said.

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  • Apple Inc. (AAPL): JPMorgan Highlights Key WWDC Takeaways, Reiterates Overweight
Apple Inc. (AAPL): JPMorgan Highlights Key WWDC Takeaways, Reiterates Overweight

When Apple released iOS 10.1 in October 2016, users trying to open a 32-bit app on an updated device would receive a warning message telling them that it may slow down their iPhone . Passengers who are just riding in the vehicle will also be able to disable the safety feature. Apple knows the iPad is the best available tablet by a ...

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  • Are Analysts Bearish Chesapeake Energy Corporation (NYSE:CHK) After Last Week?
Are Analysts Bearish Chesapeake Energy Corporation (NYSE:CHK) After Last Week?

Jefferies upgraded the shares of CHK in report on Thursday, November 10 to "Hold" rating. Chesapeake Energy Corporation had 68 analyst reports since July 21, 2015 according to SRatingsIntel. The legal version of this news story can be viewed at https://sportsperspectives.com/2017/06/08/chesapeake-energy-co-chk-rating-reiterated-by-macquarie-updat...

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  • A look at the impacts of a hung parliament
A look at the impacts of a hung parliament

The opposition Labour Party meanwhile has had a field day, gaining 31 seats as of 0700 GMT (3pm Singapore time) and almost wiping out the Tories in London . But her campaign unraveled after a major policy u-turn on care for the elderly, while Corbyn's old-school socialist platform and more impassioned campaigning style won wider support than a...

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  • Cisco: Global IP Traffic From Smartphones Will Quadruple by 2021
Cisco: Global IP Traffic From Smartphones Will Quadruple by 2021

Online video's strong growth will continue for years, says Cisco. With that increase connectivity - and corresponding growth in network speed and services running on those networks - we will also see a boom in IP traffic, which reach 35 gigabytes per capita in 2012, compared to 13GB in 2016.

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  • Scottish referendum in doubt after steep losses for SNP in United Kingdom vote
Scottish referendum in doubt after steep losses for SNP in United Kingdom vote

The pollsters caution that there is a lot of uncertainty around the forecast. The Conservatives won 13 seats in Scotland , the party's best performance in the country since 1983. 'I think in Scotland, the prospect of a second independence referendum was high on the agenda and the tumbling of SNP seats sent a clear message that a lot of people ha...

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  • Apple CEO to MIT grads: Tech without values is worthless
Apple CEO to MIT grads: Tech without values is worthless

While he did not speak directly as to what insights Apple was able to provide, he implied that the metadata of user communications is information that could come in handy. Trump decided last week to pull the USA out of the pact. "Most of the time [technology] is a force for good", Cook said. Apple also rolled out augmented reality tools for d...

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  • Trump says Comey's testimony gives him 'total vindication'
Trump says Comey's testimony gives him 'total vindication'

Comey was also asked if he believed he was sacked because of the bureau's investigation into Russia's meddling in the 2016 election as well as Russia's ties with Trump's campaign. Senator Risch questioned Comey about the Times , asking "So the American people can understand this, that report by the New York Times was not true, is that a f...

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  • Egypt and Bahrain keep pressure on Qatar in Gulf crisis
Egypt and Bahrain keep pressure on Qatar in Gulf crisis

A diplomatic crisis continues to develop in the Persian Gulf, where four Sunni states are attempting to isolate the small, oil-rich nation of Qatar from the rest of the region. 'We have moved from breaking diplomatic relations to a comprehensive blockade of worldwide conventions and human rights, not only for Qataris but also for citizens of th...

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  • US Sees Crude Output Breaking 48-Year-Old Record in 2018
US Sees Crude Output Breaking 48-Year-Old Record in 2018

That time, OPEC agreed to slash the output by 1.2 million barrels per day from January 1, while non-OPEC oil producers agreed to reduce output by 558,000 barrels per day starting from January 1 for six months. US West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures were at $47.98 per barrel, down 21 cents, or 0.4 per cent, from their previous close ,...

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  • Kremlin denies that Russian hackers attacked Qatar news agency
Kremlin denies that Russian hackers attacked Qatar news agency

Federal Bureau of Investigation experts visited Qatar in late May to analyse an alleged cyber breach that saw the hackers place the fake story with Qatar's state news agency, the USA broadcaster said . "We're getting exhausted of reacting to unsubstantiated banalities", Andrei Krutskikh, a Kremlin adviser on cybersecurity said, according to T...

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  • AstraZeneca PLC Posted losses of -0.17% in the Last Trade
AstraZeneca PLC Posted losses of -0.17% in the Last Trade

Recently stock market analysts have updated their consensus ratings on shares of Lighthouse Group (LON:LGT). Ellington Mgmt Grp Incorporated Limited Company reported 0.06% stake. Therefore 100% are positive. Shire PLC has GBX 6900 highest and GBX 234 lowest target. GBX 130.95's average target is 13.38% above currents GBX 115.5 stock price.

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  • What we learned from Comey's testimony
What we learned from Comey's testimony

Dismissing key parts of Comey's damning testimony while claiming others as a win for the president, Kasowitz also suggested Comey may face prosecution. The president told him, "I hope you can let this go ", and he took it as more than a mere suggestion. The White House pushed back against Comey's testimony.

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  • UK industrial output limped into Q2, even before new political chaos
UK industrial output limped into Q2, even before new political chaos

Samuel Tombs, chief United Kingdom economist at Pantheon Macroeconomics, said: "April's modest rise in industrial production reverses only a tiny fraction of the 1.8% fall between December and March and so will increase concerns that the overall economy is stagnating".

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  • AMD launches Radeon Pro 500 graphics cards for iMac
AMD launches Radeon Pro 500 graphics cards for iMac

Enclosed in space grey, the new iMac features a 27-inch Retina 5K display, up to 18-core of Intel Xeon processors, and 22 Teraflops of graphics computation. In addition to the new iMac Pro , Apple is working on a completely redesigned, next-generation Mac Pro® architected for pro customers who need the highest-end, high-throughput system in a mo...

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  • Gilead Sciences, Inc. (NASDAQ:GILD) Trading Down - Insiders Are Selling
Gilead Sciences, Inc. (NASDAQ:GILD) Trading Down - Insiders Are Selling

Earnings per share (EPS) breaks down the profitability of the company on a single share basis, and for Gilead Sciences Inc . the EPS stands at 2.23 for the previous quarter, while the analysts predicted the EPS of the stock to be 2.28, suggesting the stock fell short of the analysts' expectations.

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  • Southwest monsoon may hit Maha in next two days
Southwest monsoon may hit Maha in next two days

Karnataka State Natural Disaster Monitoring Cell had earlier forecast that the monsoon would arrive in Karnataka by May 29. Over the past 24 hours, the Colaba Observatory has recorded 28 mm of rain, while the one at Santacruz recorded 12 mm.

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  • United Kingdom election ends in hung Parliament
United Kingdom election ends in hung Parliament

And then this will open the way for Jeremy Corbyn , the leader of the Labour Party, to be to be invited by the Queen to form the government , which would again be either a minority or coalition administration. "Generally, on average, the polls tend to point toward a fairly small Tory majority, whereas the betting is more optimistic of the pri...

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  • President Trump's lawyer accuses Comey of unlawfully exposing 'privileged' conversations
President Trump's lawyer accuses Comey of unlawfully exposing 'privileged' conversations

Former FBI Director James Comey will tell Congress on Thursday that President Donald Trump pressed him repeatedly to halt a probe into his ex-national security adviser's ties with Russian Federation and to declare publicly that Trump himself was not under investigation.

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  • Statement from the European Central Bank following policy meeting
Statement from the European Central Bank following policy meeting

All these inflation forecasts are all below the ECB's statuary target of an inflation rate of just under 2 percent. In simple words, the European Central Bank says that for its quantitative policy: "This is not the end, but the end is perhaps in sight".

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  • Jobs report: U.S. adds 138000 jobs as unemployment falls to 4.3%
Jobs report: U.S. adds 138000 jobs as unemployment falls to 4.3%

The number of long-term unemployed (those jobless for 27 weeks or more) was essentially unchanged over the month at 1.7 million and accounted for 24.0 percent of the unemployed. For the near term, we believe that today's report does not meet the high bar required for the Fed to stand pat on the fed funds rate at its meeting later this month .

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  • Coca-Cola Co rolls out Coca-Cola No Sugar to New Zealand
Coca-Cola Co rolls out Coca-Cola No Sugar to New Zealand

They noted that the move was a valuation call. BMO Capital Markets reissued a "buy" rating and issued a $45.00 price target on shares of The Coca-Cola in a report on Wednesday, March 22nd. now owns 240,927,516 shares of the company's stock valued at $10,224,966,000 after buying an additional 232,370,549 shares during the last quarter. Creative Pl...

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