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Banks hit hard to fund increase in Australia's spending

Just $5 a month. In an upbeat assessment, the government said the economy would grow in 2017-18 at a rate of 2.75 per cent, increasing to 3 per cent the following year. "Optimistic" might be the catch cry of those budget forecasts. "Whilst we also welcome the announcement that the Department of Defence will get $34.6 billion in 2017-18 and $150.6 billion over the forward estimates, it is concerning to read that the number of consultants and contractors being employed will be cut", he ... Lire la suite »

North Korea Detains Fourth US Citizen, Another Korean American PUST Faculty

A source with knowledge of the latest talks said the venue was the Norwegian capital, Oslo, and the USA delegation was led by Suzanne DiMaggio, a director and senior fellow at the New America think tank. While the Trump administration has stressed numerous times that "all options are on the table" in dealing with Pyongyang, including military action, the idea of dialogue on the condition of the North's denuclearization appears to be gaining traction. Lire la suite »

Banks tipped off to new tax: Hinch calls for investigation

By the time the federal Treasurer's speech was over, the banks faced a super tax, two powerful new regulatory bodies, fines of up to $200 million for breaching tough new misconduct rules and a beefed-up competition watchdog. Australia's banking sector reacted with fury on Wednesday to a government plan to slug lenders with a hefty new levy, calling it a "naive" tax grab that sent the wrong signal to global financial markets. Lire la suite »

Only 21 Percent of American Voters Approve of American Health Care Act

The Senate will certainly have the opportunity to amend, and hopefully improve, the legislation passed by the House. And after a very short while, insurers will be able to refuse to cover such people altogether. Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is defending a health care working group in the Senate that has no female members. Representatives passed the measure after catching heck from constituents who blasted them for wanting to kill Obamacare and after looking out their windows and seeing ... Lire la suite »

American Farmers Thrilled To Send Their Meat To China


It was only months ago that the world's two-largest economies seemed headed toward an open trade war. It remains to be seen what, if any, impact the agreement will have on the politically sensitive trade deficit that the US has with China of around $350 billion a year. Lire la suite »

Schapelle Corby getting closer to coming home


Schapelle Corby is due to return from the Indonesian island to Australia on May 27, after serving nine years for drug trafficking. She made worldwide headlines in a case that was played out around the country. Mr Widyartha told reporters to write "good news" about Corby and her family. Mercedes' sister Schapelle will be free on May 27. A new passport, organised by the Australian consulate given the expiration of her previous one, will be arranged and she will be deported on a direct flight ... Lire la suite »

What is Ransomware and how can it be removed — NHS Cyber Attack

Russia's Interior Ministry says it has come under cyberattack. Stromgren said the computers shut down and restarted with a message saying that the files had been encrypted and demanding payment for access. WannaCry is a form of ransomware that locks up the files on your computer and encrypts them in a way that you can not access them anymore. In Spain, a number of firms including telecoms giant Telefonica fell victim to the outbreak. Lire la suite »

Apple's Disappointing First Quarter

Apple's iPhone sales have encountered a bottleneck in China due to fierce competition from local brands. The Mac was a bright spot for Apple , as its longest-tenured product sold 4.2 million units, up four per cent, and $5.84bn of revenue, up 14 per cent. Lire la suite »

United Nations climate talks begin amid uncertainty over USA position

Trump had hoped to announce a decision by the Group of Seven nations summit May 26-27 in Sicily, Italy, but White House press secretary Sean Spicer said it has now been put off. "The Paris Agreement was hard-earned". A White House official said the delay came amid scheduling conflicts. Sue Biniaz, a former State Department legal adviser who supports the accord, admitted Trump does not need to make a binary choice between leaving or staying. Lire la suite »

U.S. airlines meet Homeland Security officials over laptop ban

Cellphones would still be allowed in cabins but virtually every other electronic device would not be permitted and would need to be stowed in checked bags. Airlines For America, which said it was "represented" at the meeting, told IBD that it continued to believe that "security and efficiency are not mutually exclusive goals" and would work with DHS and the TSA on making travel smooth and safe. Lire la suite »

Stocks dip; S&P 500 on pace for first down week in 4


US stocks closed mixed Friday as investors meditated on a batch of economic reports. The Russell 2000 is down 14.23 points, or 1 percent. The US dollar fell, while US government bonds rallied after tepid data on retail sales and inflation in the US economy rekindled concern that growth won't accelerate to levels economists project. Lire la suite »

Cyber strike on United Kingdom hospitals is 'international attack': PM

According to security experts, it exploited a vulnerability that was discovered and developed by the US's National Security Agency. He said it's likely the ransomware will spread to USA firms too. He said: "We are monitoring the situation here as are all health boards in Scotland". Volk added that ministry experts are now working to recover the system and do necessary security updates. Lire la suite »

China official discourages linking US trade moves to North Korea issue


The White House aims to seek reciprocal market access in China for U.S. companies, especially in the agriculture and finance sectors, according to multiple sources with knowledge of the plan, as reported by the Post on May 9. The country was already moving in that direction in new draft investment guidelines released in December 2016, according to Jeremie Waterman, China director at the U.S. Lire la suite »

Enphase Energy, Inc. Posted losses of -13.1% in the Last Trade

Its semiconductor-based microinverter system converts direct current electricity to alternating current electricity at the individual solar module level, and brings a system-based, high technology approach to solar energy generation leveraging its design expertise across power electronics, semiconductors, networking, and cloud-based software technologies. Lire la suite »

Investor Research Report on Arbor Realty Trust Inc. (ABR)

The company reported an impressive total revenue of 213.22 Million in the last fiscal year. EPS growth is an important number as it provides an indication of the future prospects of a company. Ltd now owns 1,300 shares of the real estate investment trust's stock worth $130,000 after buying an additional 500 shares during the last quarter. Moreover, California State Teachers Retirement has 0.01% invested in Education Realty Trust, Inc. Lire la suite »

Bbva Compass Bancshares Inc. Sells 443 Shares of Williams-Sonoma, Inc. (WSM)

Copart Inc now has $6.81 billion valuation. (NYSE:WSM) was down -3.35% during the last trading session, with a day high of 53.93. About 472,798 shares traded. Finally, Guggenheim reiterated a "neutral" rating on shares of Williams-Sonoma in a report on Thursday, March 16th. The firm owned 4,955 shares of the specialty retailer's stock after selling 443 shares during the period. Lire la suite »

US prepares to ban laptops on flights from Europe

Airlines For America, which said it was "represented" at the meeting, told IBD that it continued to believe that "security and efficiency are not mutually exclusive goals" and would work with DHS and the TSA on making travel smooth and safe. Lire la suite »

Workers fix hole in Washington nuclear site tunnel

On Tuesday, almost 4,800 employees took shelter indoors for five hours after a 20-foot-by-20-foot section of 360-foot-long tunnel containing eight railcars filled with radioactive material caved in. It also prompted a demand from Washington state officials for the federal Energy Department to immediately assess the integrity of Hanford tunnels. Lire la suite »

Compass Group (LON:CPG) Receives Hold Rating From Numis Securities Analysts

Abiomed Inc now has $5.76B valuation. The stock now has an average rating of "Buy" and a consensus target price of GBX 1,965.20 ($25.42). About shares traded. (LON:STVG) on Wednesday, August 5 with "Buy" rating. The stock has "Neutral" rating by Susquehanna on Friday, August 26. Goldman Sachs maintained the shares of GIS in report on Thursday, March 24 with "Neutral" rating. Lire la suite »

Oil prices rally on hopes of supply cut extension

Meanwhile, gasoline inventories dropped by only 0.150 million against expectations for a draw of 0.538 million barrels while distillate stockpiles fell by 1.6 million barrels, compared to expectations of a 1 million decline. offers an extensive set of professional tools for the financial markets. 2016 production averaged 8.9 million barrels a day. Saudi Aramco's decision to reduce oil supplies to Asia has seen prices rally again after recent declines. Lire la suite »

Q4 2017 EPS Estimates for New Gold Inc. Decreased by Analyst (NGD)


Its Price to Cash Flow ratio shows the value of 0, whereas, the industry and sector ratio of Price to Cash Flow ticked at 20.77 and 14.24 respectively. Alamos Gold, Inc. (AGI ) 52 week low value is at $5.85 and its current distance from 52 week low value is 10.09%. The basic materials company reported ($0.02) earnings per share for the quarter, missing the Zacks' consensus estimate of ($0.01) by $0.01. Lire la suite »

Judge to Spirit Pilots: Get Back to Work

Hundreds of flights affecting thousands of passengers have been canceled in recent days due to the labor dispute, Berry said. Deputies said their actions caused the crowd to become increasingly aggressive to the point of near-violence and that they wouldnt leave when ordered. Lire la suite »