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Is The Needle Ready to Move For YouGov PLC (YOU.L) Shares?

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It has underperformed by 71.88% the S&P500.The move comes after 9 months positive chart setup for the $2.40 billion company. After $-0.06 actual earnings per share reported by ASOS plc for the previous quarter, Wall Street now forecasts -83.33% EPS growth. Read More »

Man trapped in Texas cash machine sends 'help me' notes

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A Bank of America ATM spitting emergency notes with cash and receipts sounded like an absurdly constructed plot of a gotcha live television show. He had been stuck in there for about two hours. So we are thinking this is a joke. "It's got to be a joke". "It was just insane", Olden said. "Everyone is OK, but you will never see this in your life, that somebody was stuck in the ATM, it was just insane", Olden said. Read More »

Hyperloop One completes what CEO calls 'Kitty Hawk' moment

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This means that the test pod was basically traveling in conditions similar to an aircraft flying at around 200,000 feet in the air, where the lack of air resistance allows for much higher travel speeds. "Fast to dig, low cost tunnels would also make Hyperloop adoption viable and enable rapid transit across densely populated regions, enabling travel from NY to Washington DC in less than 30 minutes", the company said in a published FAQ. Read More »

Trump Hotels Hacked: Customer Addresses, Credit Card Numbers Stolen

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Cardholder names, card numbers, expiration dates and potentially card security codes were accessed, and in some cases guest names, emails, phone numbers, addresses and other information were also accessed. Earlier this year, the InterContinental Hotel Group said guests' credit card data had been compromised at more than 1,200 of its properties, including Holiday Inn and Crowne Plaza hotels, over a three month period. Read More »

AT&T claims to support net neutrality and joins Day of Action protest

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Without these mandates, websites could put a chokehold on downloading and streaming content speeds for some users and not others - likely the ones willing to whip out the credit cards. They also claim net neutrality rules discourage investment in telecoms infrastructure. However, all of those companies state that they are supporters of net neutrality and that the protest movement is mistaken in its opposition to the FCC's plans. Read More »

Yellen says Fed watching slowdown in inflation

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Yellen made her comments in semiannual testimony to the House financial services committee. The Fed board governor Lael Brainard said she believed the United States central bank should begin unwinding its balance sheet soon, but she would want to "move cautiously on further increases in the federal funds rate" to help push inflation higher toward its target. Read More »

OPEC Still Overproducing: Scapegoats US Shale

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US crude inventories fell 7.6-million barrels last week, the US Energy Information Administration (EIA) said, much more than the 2.9-million-barrel crude draw forecast but slightly less than the 8.1-million-barrel decline reported by the API. Read More »

Amazon.com, Inc. (AMZN) Shares Bought by Physicians Financial Services Inc

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The company had a trading volume of 2,091,520 shares. (NASDAQ: AMZN ) news were published by: Investorplace.com which released: "Amazon.com, Inc". It has outperformed by 20.71% the S&P500. MKM Partners reaffirmed a "buy" rating on shares of Amazon.com in a research report on Thursday, March 30th. Therefore 90% are positive. Amazon.com had 163 analyst reports since July 21, 2015 according to SRatingsIntel. Read More »

Honda Confirms Another Death From Takata Airbags

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The car's ignition switch was on, so the air bag would have been ready in case of a crash, according to Honda. The company would not release the man's name. "Our records indicate that the recall fix was never completed on this vehicle", the OEM wrote. Laboratory tests show they have as high as a 50 percent chance of blowing apart in a crash. Read More »

Air Canada Jet Nearly Lands On Taxiway At San Francisco International Airport

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The US Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) is now investigating the incident, which could have seen the jet land in an area occupied by four other planes. Ross Aimer. Tower quickly tells the plane to " go around " and it peels off, narrowly avoiding a massive collision. Air Canada flight 759, with 140 people on board, was coming in from Toronto. Read More »

Ben Simmons: 'I'm a Starting Point Guard'

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Stop me if you've heard this before, the Philadelphia Sixers' #1 pick suffered an injury before the regular season even started. When the Philadelphia 76ers used the No. As for how he'll work with Fultz, who did play point guard at Washington , Simmons isn't too anxious about that part of it either. He added: "I have no problem sharing the ball". Read More »

Man survives shark bites to both legs off Florida coast

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A shark attacked a swimmer on a Miami beach Sunday afternoon, biting both of his legs as he tried to get off the beach after a warning was issued. The victim was able to get out of the water, and was helped by lifeguards on shore. From there, Miami-Dade Fire Fescue Ocean Rescue lifeguards ordered everyone out of the water. Miami-Dade Fire Rescue lifeguard Matt Sparling said, "In my 20 years as a lifeguard, this is the first time a person has been bitten here at Haulover Beach, and possibly ... Read More »

FREE Slurpees: 7-Eleven celebrating 90th birthday

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That's right, F-R-E-E. Free Slurpee Day gives customers a chance to be adventurous and try new or bold flavors like Cotton Candy, Watermelon Lime and Pepsi Fire. This is also the 90th year of 7-Eleven, founded in 1927. 7-Eleven introduced its frozen carbonated beverage in 1966. The next year, its advertising director coined the name Slurpee to describe the sound the drink makes traveling through a straw, according to the company. Read More »

Venus Williams: Keeping competitive gets harder

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With only two women's matches scheduled for Wimbledon's two main show-courts on Monday, Kerber was exiled to the less grand Court Two. She entered the tournament under a cloud of controversy after the death of Jerome Barson, a 78-year-old man who was involved in a Palm Beach vehicle crash with Williams last month. Read More »

Nobody in Hong Kong wants a Tesla anymore

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Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA ) last announced its quarterly earnings data on Wednesday, May 3rd. The few details that have been released about the Model 3 reflect this futuristic mind-set; the vehicle eschews a traditional driver interface in favor of a simple steering wheel and a tablet mounted horizontally on the dashboard. Read More »

Merkel defends Ivanka Trump for sitting in on G-20 meeting

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This initiative was a joint cooperation between Ivanka and the German Chancellor Angela Merkel . In the photo, Ivanka sat next to Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May on her left, and Chinese President Xi Jinping and German Chancellor Angela Merkel on her right. Read More »

Trading resumes at NSE after technical issues

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The company has received final approval to market its Flucytosine capsules USP, in the strengths of 250 mg and 500 mg, from the United States Food and Drug Administration (USFDA), Lupin said in a statement. "For fresh trades, we suggest waiting for some consolidation or dip in stocks and preferring hedged positions", said Jayant Manglik, President, Retail Distribution, Religare Securities. Read More »

Philippine House leader wants Martial Law extended till Duterte steps down

Padilla said, although he was unaware of where Alvarez was coming from, he admitted declaring or extending martial law would be a political decision. Mr. Padilla said troops are still pursuing 80 to 100 militants in the war-torn city, among them, hostages coerced to fight and foreign combatants who have joined forces with the Maute terrorists . Read More »

Vacation Bible School listings for week of July 9, 2017

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Those attending are asked to arrive early on the first day to register. " First United Methodist Church hosts the Clergy Collective, offering a safe place for prayer and music, from 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday. In God's Hands Ministries, 3563 Highway 20, Due West, presents Community Fun Day, beginning 10 a.m. July 15. The Rev. Chris Dorsey from New Hope Baptist Church, Chester, is the guest preacher. Read More »

Shutdown in Bhadarwah on Burhan Wani's anniversary

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According to the state police department, militancy has seen a resurgence in several parts of south Kashmir where there wasn't any militant presence for nearly a decade now. His death led to a wave of protests during which dozens of people were killed. Pakistan and India have been in a tense standoff with an upsurge in ceasefire violations and cross-border infiltration by Pakistani militants into Kashmir. Read More »

Iraqi forces close in on last ISIL fighters in Mosul

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A military spokesman cited by the TV said the insurgents' defense lines were collapsing. The decaying bodies of foreign jihadists are piling up among the ruins of Mosul where the last few dozen Islamic State group fighters are mounting a desperate last stand. Read More »

Rice Midstream Partners LP (RMP) EPS Estimated At $0.34

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The rating was maintained by JP Morgan on Monday, May 16 with "Neutral". (NYSE:BXP) on Wednesday, May 4 with "Buy" rating. Fulton Bank & Trust Na invested in 0.04% or 6,265 shares. (NASDAQ:QCOM) for 1.07 million shares. Over the past 2 quarters, the stock is down -5.57%, compared with a fall of almost -2.26% for 3 months and about 1.71% for the past 30 days. Read More »

Samsung Memory Biz to Fuel Profit Surge

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Samsung's report didn't break down the numbers by division, but outside projections agree on the central role of its memory business in the profit jump. (Nasdaq: INTC ) as the world's biggest chip company by revenues this year. It will also be hard to make additional investments or major acquisitions to arm itself against the eventual fall in demand and competition from Chinese companies, they added. Read More »

Hawks will not match Knicks' $71M offer sheet for Tim Hardaway Jr

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The Knicks do not imagine a scenario where Hardaway Jr., is sharing the floor with Anthony to start the season, league sources told ESPN . The 25-year-old Orinda, CA-native was originally selected by NY with the 24th overall selection in the 2013 NBA Draft and had appeared in 151 total games for the Knicks over two seasons to average 10.8 points over 23.5 minutes, before being traded to the Hawks in exchange for the draft rights to Jerian Grant on Jun. Read More »

Liberty Interactive buying the rest of HSN in $2.6B deal

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Liberty Interactive , the media conglomerate that owns QVC , expects the merger will boost sales with increased broadcasting. Under Grossman, HSN worked to build its e-commerce presence and transform itself into a lifestyle network. QVC's parent company, Liberty Interactive , already owns 38 percent of HSN shares. The deal is due to close in the fourth quarter, with Liberty Interactive indicating it plans to spin off its cable TV operations into an independent company to be ... Read More »

Big3 open to moving venue for Floyd Mayweather fight

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I've got a few things that I want to hand him. Mayweather will come out of retirement and put his flawless 49-0 record on the line when he faces the brash, outspoken McGregor, who became the first ever simultaneous two division champion in UFC history this past November. Read More »

Halma plc (HLMA) PT Raised to GBX 1250 at Deutsche Bank AG

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Goldman Sachs downgraded the shares of OPHT in report on Friday, August 7 to "Sell" rating. About 2.65 million shares traded. Coats Group PLC (LON:COA) has 0.00% since July 7, 2016 and is. The firm has "Hold" rating given on Wednesday, January 13 by Deutsche Bank. The stock's market cap is GBX 199.31 million. The Company's geographic divisions include North America; Europe, Russia and Turkey; Africa; Latin America and Caribbean, and Asia Pacific. Read More »