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Présidentielle: "Monsieur Macron, c'est l'enfant du système" (Briois, FN)

Des électeurs de Jean-Luc Mélenchon ou de François Fillon , déçus par les performances de leurs candidats respectifs sont descendus dans la rue exprimer leur frustration. Les deux candidats finalistes de la présidentielle sont déjà en train de compter leurs voix pour le second tour, dans deux semaines. Une information non confirmée dans le camp Macron . Read More »

United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz won't be promoted to chairman


Munoz is able to more exclusively focus on his role as Chief Executive Officer". Also in the proxy, United outlined changes to its 2017 executive compensation program, tying it more closely to customer satisfaction. A recent filing officially removed provisions in Munoz's contract related to his future appointment as chairman of the board. The carrier said on Saturday that it was investigating the incident. Read More »

French voters send Macron, Le Pen to second round of presidential election

It is the first time an incumbent has chosen not to defend his presidency at the ballot box since the creation of France's Fifth Republic constitution in 1958. Melenchon appears to be striking a chord with a growing number of the left in the run-up to Sunday. Macron and Fillon are committed to European unity and would reform labor rules. Read More »

N.Korea 'ready to strike' USA aircraft carrier

Earlier, the North Korean General Staff threatened Washington with a "preemptive strike" in case of any "US' provocation;" it also vowed to strike U.S. US Vice President Mike Pence said on Saturday that the Carl Vinson would arrive "within days" with no further details provided. The man was a former professor at Yanbian University of Science and Technology (YUST), Yonhap said, citing unnamed sources. Read More »

Macron, Le Pen to Compete for French Presidency


New polls released Sunday evening showed pro-business Macron easily beating Le Pen, who has hardened her anti-immigration and anti-Europe rhetoric over the last week. "There are not several Frances, there is one", Macron said. [.] Nevertheless, with the market likely to feel relatively comfortable with the residual risk of a second round contest between Macron and Le Pen, we can start to look beyond France. Read More »

Head to head: Marine Le Pen v Emmanuel Macron


It is the first time in the history of the modern French Republic that the presidency will be held by a member of a non-traditional party, highlighting a deep anti-establishment sentiment that ultimately could determine whether France remains a part of the European Union or follows an independent path like that of post-Brexit Britain and the United States under Donald Trump. Read More »

French presidential election: What some worldwide media are saying

On Sunday, Macron led the first round of the presidential vote, with projections based on partial results showing him polling 23-24 percent to Le Pen s 21.6-23 percent. Mr Macron appears to have the momentum on his side with the defeated socialist candidate Benoit Hamon and republican Francois Fillon pledging to throw their weight behind him to defeat Le Pen and her anti-immigration and anti-Europe policies. Read More »

Donald Trump tweets about French elections


Voters narrowed the presidential field from 11 to two. Support for Communist-backed Melenchon, meanwhile, had surged in recent weeks on the back of assured performances in two televised debates. "He is a hysterical, radical 'Europeanist.' He is for total open borders". He says there are things to be improved about the European Union "but that doesn't mean to destroy it". Read More »

U.S. Silica Holdings, Inc. (NYSE:SLCA) Reviewed By Analysts


Silica Holdings, Inc. Following the completion of the sale, the senior vice president now owns 8,487 shares of the company's stock, valued at $407,800.35. SLCA has been the topic of several recent research reports. 12 number of analysts have estimated the sales of the company for the quarter ending April 24, 2017, analysts estimated mean sale target of 335.42 million while high and low sale targets are estimated at 464.9 million and 273.08 million respectively. Read More »

Le Pen and Macron set for French run-off on May 7


French voters have started casting ballots for their next president amid heightened security in what is being seen as a vote on the future of Europe. Previous militant attacks, such as the November 2015 killings in Paris ahead of regional polls, did not appear to boost the votes of those espousing tougher national security. Read More »

United Airlines CEO: No one will be fired in passenger ejection

Dao, 69, was literally dragged off a United plane by Chicago police officers after refusing to give up his seat when flight attendants announced the company had overbooked the flight. "There has been concern from corporate accounts, which is totally appropriate", said Kirby, according to the Wall Street Journal . CEO Oscar Munoz and other executives apologised again before discussing the airline's latest financial results with analysts and reporters. Read More »

MA Buys Shares of 482607 General Electric Company (GE)

The fund owned 29,300 shares of the conglomerate's stock after selling 11,700 shares during the period. Bollard Group LLC owned about 0.07% of American Electric Power Company worth $22,103,000 at the end of the most recent quarter. The company's expected revenue in the current quarter to be 26.41 Billion, seeing a projected current quarter growth of -41.2%, and per annum growth estimates over the next 5 year period of around 12.3%. Read More »

Macron to face Le Pen in French presidential runoff election


Macron and Le Pen, neither members of France's major political parties, advanced to a May 7 runoff election after leading yesterday's vote, as the French rejected the two main political groups - the Socialists and the Republicans - that have governed post-war France. Read More »

French Elections: Le Pen faces Macron in final round


Macron thanked supporters, saying: "In a year we have changed the face of French politics". Four hours after voting stations opened, turnout was up slightly on the figure at the same stage in 2012, suggesting it could beat the final figure of 79.48 percent in that election. Read More »

Macron l'emporterait avec 62 à 64% des voix — Sondage deuxième tour

L'extrême droite espère récupérer des voix dans les rangs de la "France insoumise", menée par le tribun de la gauche radicale, Jean-Luc Mélenchon qui, après avoir capté près de 20% des suffrages, n'a pas donné de consigne de vote. Les deux candidats sont également en porte-à-faux sur la question des finances publiques. Auteur d'une campagne difficile à cause des affaires, François Fillon quant à lui entre dans l'histoire comme le premier candidat de la droite républicaine à sortir dès le ... Read More »

Honeywell Posts Strong Q1 Results


Shares of Honeywell International Inc. Credit Suisse Group AG lifted their price objective on shares of Honeywell International from $112.00 to $115.00 and gave the stock a "neutral" rating in a report on Monday, January 30th. The firm also recently disclosed a quarterly dividend, which will be paid on Friday, June 9th. Morgan Stanley maintained Honeywell International Inc . Read More »

SRPT Makes Bullish Cross Above Critical Moving Average

Bank of New York Mellon Corp boosted its stake in shares of Sarepta Therapeutics by 10.3% in the third quarter. Bank of New York Mellon Corp now owns 244,619 shares of the biotechnology company's stock worth $15,021,000 after buying an additional 22,801 shares during the last quarter. Read More »

France's rejected mainstream unites for Macron over Le Pen


That, say analysts, is what influenced large numbers of people, including some of the middle and upper class residents of Paris, to vote for candidates of the extreme. Prices for gold, Treasurys and other investments that signal fear in the market all sank, while the euro's value surged against the dollar. The second round will come down to a battle between the pro-European, pro-globalisation vision of Macron and Le Pen's hostility to the European Union and North Atlantic Treaty Organisation. Read More »

Tesla to Double Amount of Charging Stations This Year


Tesla (TSLA) will double the size of its charging network in 2017, including the expansion of current locations so that drivers can minimize charging times, the company announced this afternoon. With a charging power of 145 kW, it can provide approximately 170 miles of range in about 30 minutes' time, which is long enough for an owner to grab coffee or pull out a newspaper. Read More »

Trump, Patriots Criticize NY Times Over WH Obama Photo Comparison


In the 2015 photo, two staircases are filled with men, whereas the photo with Trump shows empty staircases. The president's post came one day after a tweet from the newspaper's sports account suggested that there were more attendees at the 2015 event with former President Barack Obama than the 2017 one with Trump . Read More »

Anti-migrant party turns further right

Petry had wanted the AfD to seek coalition with other parties and reject extremist views but delegates voted against discussing Petry's motion or another proposal in which she and others said the AfD should reject "racist, antisemitic. Fifty-three percent said the party's fortunes would suffer without her, according to a Bild am Sonntag survey. Instead, they stressed the need to show unity after months of bitter infighting that have helped drag down its poll ratings to less than 10%. Read More »

UK Conservatives pledge energy price cap, hitting utility shares


Plans by the Conservative Party for a cap on household energy bills will lead to fewer benefits for consumers, says one of the UK's biggest providers. These households are paying an average of £141 more a year for a dual fuel gas and electricity bill than if they were on the cheapest deal, it said. Read More »