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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 »

French vote for president in litmus test for Europe's future


Final results from France's first round of presidential elections confirmed that centrist candidate Emmanuel Macron and nationalist, anti-immigration candidate Marine Le Pen are heading into a runoff in two weeks, in what analysts describe as a political natural disaster in France. Read More »

Accord de financement pour le projet Nord Stream 2 — Engie


Ce dernier se charge de l'autre moitié du financement d'un projet qui coûtera au total 9,5 milliards d'euros. D'une capacité totale de 55 milliards de mètres cubes et d'une longueur de 1220 kilomètres, le gazoduc Nord Stream 2 acheminera directement le gaz depuis les réserves russes en gaz naturel jusqu'aux consommateurs européens, en passant par la mer Baltique jusqu'à Greifswald en Allemagne. Read More »

Mainstream politics shut out as Le Pen, Macron win in France


Senior figures in Ukip have spoken out against Macron, though have not openly backed Le Pen, who came second on 21.5% and will go through to the final round against Macron on 7 May. Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel expressed confidence that the 39-year-old would be France's next president. The former paratrooper and fiery orator had refused to desist from anti-Semitic provocations that were undermining his daughter's bid to make the National Front an acceptable political alternative - and ... Read More »

International Monetary Fund revises up India growth forecast for FY17 to 6.8 per cent


The organisation has retained India's growth forecast for FY18 at 7.2 per cent and FY19 at 7.7 per cent, well ahead of China that gets a forecast of 6.2 per cent for FY18. "The global economy seems to be gaining momentum - we could be at a turning point", Obstfeld said in a foreword to the outlook. The World Economic Outlook said policy actions should also consolidate the disinflation underway since the collapse in commodity prices through agricultural sector reforms and infrastructure ... Read More »

Cyle Larin scores twice, Orlando City beats NYCFC 2-1


Orlando City has won three straight and has a two-point lead over Columbus and the New York Red Bulls in the conference. NYCFC had its 11-game (9-0-2) regular season home unbeaten streak snapped. The Galaxy conceded an own goal before Dempsey assisted on Jordan Morris' goal in the 44th. Both teams have been in good overall form this season, with Orlando sitting in second place in the East in MLS, and NYCFC two points and two spots behind them in fourth. Read More »

Pete King Border Wall Not Racist or Bigoted


STEPHANOPOULOS: But in your discussions with your counterparts in Mexico, they have given no indication at all that the Mexican government is prepared to pay a single cent for this wall (INAUDIBLE)? "I think that as long as the president's priorities are adequately reflected in the CR and it allows us to get moving with an increase in military spending, and a rebuilding of our military as he promised in one of your bullet points, and there's enough as far as flexibility for the border wall ... Read More »

Exxon wants waiver from USA sanctions to restart Russian Federation oil venture


The company originally applied for a waiver to gain access to the Black Sea in July 2015 but its application wasn't approved, the report said . Exxon has already been granted waivers to operate in Russian Federation, but those licenses, issued in 2015 and previous year by the Treasury Department, were restricted to "limited administrative actions", according to filings with the U.S. Read More »

Pres. Trump says he will release tax reform package next week

Spicer appeared in disbelief that the media and protesters are still pressing for the release of the tax returns many months after Trump candidly disclosed the nature of his situation - emphasizing that a decades-old rule automatically puts Trump's tax returns under an IRS audit. Read More »

Justices turn away GM appeal over ignition switches


A number of injury, wrongful death and economic loss lawsuits have been filed against GM over the faulty ignition switches and 2014 recall of almost 2.59 million older vehicles. "From there, still have to prove those claims have merit". It has already paid roughly $2 billion in criminal and civil penalties and settlements in connection with the switch. Read More »

Shares Bouncing Above The Trend Line: The Coca-Cola Company (NYSE:KO)


The stock is performing 19.66% year to date. Barclays PLC began coverage on Coca-Cola European Partners plc in a report on Monday, January 9th. Jefferies Group LLC dropped their price objective on The Coca-Cola to $42.00 and set a "hold" rating on the stock in a research note on Friday, February 10th. Read More »

A peine 2 milliards de dollars transférés en 2016 — Diaspora algérienne


Selon la dernière édition de la note d'information de la Banque mondiale sur les migrations et le développement, publiée vendredi dernier à Washington en marge de ses Réunions du printemps, les envois de fonds des travailleurs migrants vers les pays en développement ont reculé en 2016 pour la deuxième année consécutive, confirmant une tendance inédite depuis trois décennies . Read More »

American Airlines flight attendant suspended after video shows confrontation

Just two weeks after United Airlines set off a social media firestorm by forcibly removing a passenger from a flight, American Airlines finds itself in damage control mode as well. "You don't know what the story is". The employee repeats, "Hit me", and the passenger says, "I'll knock you out". "You nearly hurt a baby". American Airlines said in a statement it was investigating the incident, which took place before the plane took off on a flight from San Francisco to Dallas. Read More »

Is Woolworths set to return to United Kingdom high streets?


Former Woolworths director Tony Page has announced plans to buy back the iconic name and return shops to town and city centres across the UK. Page told the Star that: "I have contacted Shop Direct and said 'you're not using the brand anymore, would you consider giving it to someone who would?' They have taken the website down, so I'm curious now as to what might happen next because I still think the brand has got some propriety in spite of what happened in the past". Read More »

French Voters Cast Ballots in Presidential Election

Hollande, who is not standing for re-election, oversaw tight security measures for Sunday's first round poll to help prevent disruption after Thursday's deadly attack on the Champs-Elysees. The possibility of a Le Pen-Melenchon run-off is not the most likely scenario but is one which alarms bankers and investors. Police and security forces quickly forced them into police vans, confiscating their signs. Read More »

Basic income announcement coming Monday in Hamilton


The province is looking to implement the pilot project in three different communities, one in northern Ontario, a second in southern Ontario and a third one in an Indigenous community. The pilot projects are scheduled to begin in Hamilton, Brantford, Brant County and Thunder Bay in the spring. The government earmarked $25 million for the project past year - which would provide a supplementary income to those living below the poverty line, in order for them to receive a designated basic income. Read More »