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Macron elected French president: estimates

Macron, however, has strongly supported the EU. Russian Federation is also accused of launching hacking attacks on Macron's campaign in an effort to support Le Pen's candidacy. In the first round of the presidential election on April 23, Macron topped the vote with 24.01 percent, followed by Le Pen on 21.30 percent, in a crowded field of 11 candidates. Lire la suite »

Morrison warns big banks to absorb new tax

Yes Virginia, it's Budget overload, there's wall to wall coverage of the Australian Federal government's 2017/18 Budget - before, during and after - its big reveal on the evening of the 10 May 2017. You might be able to afford a home now? Underlying inflation is stuck below the RBA's target band of 2 to 3% with wages crawling at their slowest pace on record. Lire la suite »

Snapchat shares tumble as results miss Wall Street targets

Indeed, eMarketer projects that most of the Snapchat's usage gains in the USA going forward will come from older users. As a result of this earnings report, Snap's stock was hit hard, dropping almost 24 percent in after hours trading, after a slightly loss of 1.46 percent in regular trading. Lire la suite »

Goldman Sachs Group Inc Reaffirms Neutral Rating for Aviva plc (AV)

Kcm Inv Lc holds 0.02% or 9,998 shares in its portfolio. Blackrock Fund Advsrs has 0% invested in Ocera Therapeutics Inc (NASDAQ:OCRX) for 56,990 shares. Beaufort Securities upgraded it to "Buy" rating and GBX 1700 target in Friday, March 31 report. Barclays Capital maintained the stock with "Equal Weight" rating in Friday, February 19 report. Lire la suite »

Emirates airline profits down 83 percent in past year


The carrier also launched six new passengers destinations over the period - Fort Lauderdale, Hanoi, Newark, Yangon, Yinchuan and Zhengzhou. Emirates carried a record 56.1m passengers, up 8 per cent, which it said demonstrated "the consumer desire to fly on Emirates' state-of-the-art aircraft, and via efficient routings through its Dubai hub". Lire la suite »

Le Real pour la confirmation — Ligue des champions

Dans la vieille enceinte des bords du fleuve Manzanares, le bruit et la fureur attendent le Real de Zizou, champion d'Europe en titre, face à l'Atletico Madrid de Simeone. "J'en suis convaincu, sinon je ne le dirais pas". À domicile, les Colchoneros n'avaient-ils pas balayé le Real de Carlo Ancelotti 4-0 en février 2015? Un souvenir qu'il faudra reproduire pour se qualifier en finale de la C1 et surtout ne pas imiter la prestation de novembre dernier avec la défaite 3-0 en championnat. Lire la suite »

Jason Gillespie taking Australia A to South Africa


Gillespie, dual county championship-winning coach at Yorkshire and now helping Kent on an interim basis, will be assisted on the tour in July and August by his fellow former Australia Test stars Chris Rogers and Brad Haddin. "This tour will provide those players with the chance to push their claims for those opportunities, and to experience a really high standard of competition and life on the road". Lire la suite »

May and Corbyn to trade blows as General Election campaign turns nasty

Mrs May will say that in the final weeks before polling day she will be campaigning "in all corners of the United Kingdom" in a drive to "earn the trust of all our people". "I am not a pacifist. And pandering to an erratic Trump administration will not deliver stability", he will say. He will add: "Britain deserves better than simply outsourcing our country's security and prosperity to the whims of the Trump White House". Lire la suite »

Australia slaps new levy on major banks; boosts funding for regulator

Told about Mr Narev's comments, Mr Morrison said the permanent levy should be absorbed by the big banks, which make a combined profit of more than $30 billion. It is creating a "one-stop shop" that will deal with disputes spanning financial advice, superannuation, insurance and banking. "So if banks are going to go around and hit their customers, then what they'll be doing is what they want to do anyway and I think that would be a very dishonest thing for the banks to do, and I think that ... Lire la suite »

US Senators on Defensive Over All-male Health Care Panel

By 55% to 39%, American voters say that's a "bad idea". More than 68,000 West Virginians would lose Medicaid coverage by 2018, according to the American Hospital Association, with five million losing coverage nationally. Instead McConnell said Tuesday that the real work of writing health care legislation is being done by the entire Republican caucus at their regular lunch meetings. Lire la suite »

Scorpion delays United flight out of Houston


Flight 1035 from Houston to Quito, Ecuador, was delayed for more than three hours at George Bush Intercontinental Airport on Thursday after reports of a scorpion crawling from a passenger's clothes, FlightAware reported. "Paramedics at the gate immediately examined the customer and determined that he had not been stung". In a separate incident April 14 , a United passenger was stung by a scorpion , also on a plane out of Houston . Lire la suite »

House Speaker Paul Ryan heads to Ohio to push tax reform


The Wisconsin Republican's visit brought the debate over public versus charter schools into the spotlight once again. The quality of teacher training and preparedness was extraordinary. That action wasn't yet on protesters' radar, but they had plenty to focus on anyway. "Congressman Ryan brags about 'cutting entitlements by billions of dollars.' That is precisely what he is trying to do to New York's Medicaid program". Lire la suite »

Vivendi makes an indicative offer to buy Bollore's stake in Havas


Havas SA (HVSYY) shares surged to a fifteen year high after French billionaire Vincent Bollore said he would pay €2.36 billion his family's stake in the advertizing group in order to expand his media empire. Should it be completed, Vivendi said it will launch a public tender offer for the remaining Havas shares at the same price, but is not seeking to delist Havas shares. Lire la suite »

Snapchat cracking under rivals' pressure as results disappoint

Before Snap went public, the competition between the company and Instagram's Stories was heating up. " Snap came to the public markets just as its user and monetization growth were both starting to meaningfully slow". Uh-oh. Wall Street was not impressed with Snap's first earnings report . Despite the disappointing results, Snap's nascent ad business is seeing traction via its programmatic API, which is now live in 24 countries. Lire la suite »

Patron du FBI limogé: Donald Trump dans la tempête


Comey devant le Congrès et de son comportement " hypocrite ". Le vice-président Mike Pence et plusieurs officiels de la Maison Blanche ont insisté mercredi sur le fait que Donald Trump avait limogé James Comey sur les recommandations de son ministre de la Justice, Jeff Sessions, et de son adjoint, Rod Rosenstein. Lire la suite »

San Diego shooting victim thanks security guard


Childhood friend Vincent Howard says he will miss the infectious smile of Monique Clark. Cannon added that he had "nothing but wonderful memories of" Clark who he called an "angel". Authorities believe the 49-year-old opened fire because he was despondent over a recent breakup with the woman. "It is apparent that Selis wanted his ex-girlfriend to listen in as he carried out his rampage", said Police Chief Shelley Zimmerman. Lire la suite »

Hanford tunnel cave-in may have been days old


Department of Energy said Thursday. Fifty-three dump trucks full of soil filled the 400-square foot hole over the tunnel containing radioactive waste stored on the former plutonium production site near Richland in southern Washington. The Energy Department claims no radioactive contamination has been reported so far from Tuesday's tunnel collapse. The reactors at Hanford, established in 1943, produced plutonium for the US defense program for over 40 years, including the plutonium that was in ... Lire la suite »

Nordic airline Primera orders Boeing 737 MAX planes to fly transatlantic


Boeing halted test flights of the 737 MAX airplanes on Wednesday due to an issue with the engine, which is made by CFM International, a joint venture between Safran and GE. The engines could be installed in short order once approval is granted, Ms Jewell said. The "suspect engines" will be shipped to CFM facilities in the United States and France for inspection and possible fix. Lire la suite »

Oil spikes as United States inventories tumble by more than expected

Oil production in Russian Federation in April averaged 11.18 mln barrels per day, representing a decline of 100,000 barrels per day compared to average production in 1Q17, the report said. Underlying supply concerns will maintain underlying caution surrounding the oil market and limit the scope for further short-term gains with potential WTI resistance just above $48.50. Lire la suite »