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French President Macron vows to end division in society


In 2004, Philippe began working as a lawyer for a French-US company. "Europe will only do well if there is a strong France , and I am committed to that", Merkel told Macron during his first foreign visit as president. But broadening his base with Republicans and Socialist ministers as well as appointees from other centrist parties, Macron could also be increasing the risk of dissent in future. Lire la suite »

Macron victory heralds new political era in France

France's incoming and outgoing presidents attended a solemn ceremony in Paris on Monday, commemorating the end of World War Two in Europe. According to his election manifesto, the youngest French President is expected to push the country towards clean energy by increasing renewable capacity, adopting energy efficiency measures, shutting down coal-based power plants, cutting down the country's nuclear capacity, ban oil and gas exploration in French territorial waters and tax carbon emissions. Lire la suite »

CEO Evan Spiegel Just Lost $1.22 Billion After Snapchat Earnings


Although revenue almost quadrupled to $149.6 million, from $38.3 million in the year-ago period, but it's less than the $158.3 million that analysts were expecting. Facebook introduced a feature very similar to Snapchat's "Stories" for its main network and the photo-sharing platform Instagram, which analysts anxious would eat away at Snapchat's already slowing growth rate. Lire la suite »

Trump says it's possible he could pick Federal Bureau of Investigation head by next week

Trump's behavior raises "the specter of possible intimidation and obstruction of justice", wrote Reps. A businessman and reality television star who never served in public office, Trump may not have understood that by tradition, Federal Bureau of Investigation directors are not supposed to be political loyalists, which is why Congress in the 1970s passed a law giving them 10-year terms to make them independent of the president. Lire la suite »

Go west, young pine: US forests shifting with climate change


Climate change shifted the trees in US forests over the last 30 years, drawing hardwood species westward toward more abundant rainfall and evergreens northward to seek out cooler temperatures, a comprehensive new study shows. The westward shift took place 1.4 times faster than the northward movement, showing the importance of available moisture for trees. Researchers pointed out that these forests are in the process of growing after large scale deforestation in the 1920s. Lire la suite »

Fidessa Group (LON:FDSA) Broker Updates

Visteon Corp. now has $3.25 billion valuation. The stock decreased 1.77% or $0.53 on May 16, reaching $29.35. About 38,654 shares traded. It has by 0.00% the S&P500. The firm has "Buy" rating given on Monday, December 12 by Bank of America. FirstEnergy Capital maintained Cairn Energy PLC (LON:CNE) on Tuesday, February 23 with "Market Perform" rating. Lire la suite »

Merkel: British EU immigration cap would have price

Yet while the symbolic gesture marked a break with tradition, the substance of the 39-year-old's foreign policy may in fact be more about continuity. Macron said he does not favor European countries taking joint responsibility for old debts and that he has never pushed for jointly issued eurobonds. Lire la suite »

Royal Mail posts strong profits after "challenging" year in UK


Britons are posting fewer and fewer letters, with direct mail volumes down 10 per cent and print advertising falling 13 per cent, Royal Mail said, referencing a recent WARC study. Shares in the 501-year-old firm rose over three per cent in early trading. Our multi-year focus on costs is a key priority. We are past the peak of investment; we now expect net cash investment of around £450m in 2017-18. Lire la suite »

Kuwait adds to growing consensus on OPEC oil output deal extension

Investors also kept a close eye on USA crude stockpile data, which is scheduled for release by the Energy Information Administration Wednesday. The market had grown skeptical, as inventories have been drawing down slowly. "The ministry stressed that the agreement on oil output cuts had a positive impact on oil prices, adding that additional steps to ensure market stability in the long term were still needed as global commercial oil reserves were above their five-year average". Lire la suite »

Ford to cut 1400 jobs in North America, Asia

There was no immediate comment from President Donald Trump, who needled Ford during his campaign over its plans to build a new small vehicle plant in Mexico. Ford said last August that it planned to hire more than 100 engineers, researchers and others in Palo Alto. Ford has been hiring steadily since the recession as US vehicle sales reached record highs. Lire la suite »

Congressman calls for Trump to be impeached

The impulse is understandable. If a president is going to be removed from office through impeachment, it is essential that at least some members of the president's own party agree in that judgment. "This is why we need a special prosecutor", he said. Green, on the other hand, has apparently heard enough. Impeachment would also help restore the damaged Republican brand. Lire la suite »

Hospital computer hit by ransomware

One of the most notable infections took down a large portion of the United Kingdom's National Health Service . "We will get a decryption tool eventually, but for the moment, it's still a live threat and we're still in disaster recovery mode", the report quoted Europol Director Rob Wainwright as saying. Lire la suite »

Thomas Sotto écarté de la matinale d'Europe 1


La presse française a annoncé la semaine dernière que Patrick Cohen allait quitter France Inter pour présenter la matinale sur Europe 1 . Cela m'étonne car j'ai toujours eu de bons rapports avec mes directions, dont celle d'Europe 1 . Lire la suite »

Tokyo finit en baisse de 0,53% | Crédits photo


L'indice Nikkei a perdu 261,02 points à 19.553,86 et le Topix, plus large, a cédé 20,81 points (-1,32%) à 1.555,01. Il avait lâché jusqu'à plus de 300 points en cours de séance. Sur le volet des changes, le dollar est descendu à 112,63 yens, contre 113,45 yens mardi à la fermeture de la place tokyoïte, ce qui n'est pas bon pour les groupes exportateurs nippons, et l'euro s'est élevé à 124,95 yens contre 124,75 yens, ce qui leur est au contraire favorable. Lire la suite »

Se replie après le désengagement de Bpifrance — EIFFAGE


Après l'excellent début d'année qu'a connu le groupe de BTP, Bpifrance, qui était entré au capital de l'entreprise en 2006, a fait part de sa volonté de vendre la totalité de ses actions. La vente doit se faire dans le cadre d'un placement privé par construction accélérée d'un livre d'ordres auprès d'investisseurs qualifiés, sous la houlette de BofA Merrill Lynch, a précisé Bpifrance. Lire la suite »

Dow falls more than 300 points on Trump woes

Pundits pronounce this to be an impeachable offense. The Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 368 points, or 1.8 percent of its total value, to 20,611 - the worst single day showing since September. The euro strengthened to $1.1150 from $1.1095. OIL: Benchmark U.S. crude rose 41 cents, or 0.8 percent, to close at $49.07 per barrel in NY. Gold rose 1.8% to $1,258.70 an ounce and oil prices climbed 0.8% to settle at $49.07 a barrel. Lire la suite »

Elim CAN 2019: la sélection du Togo contre l'Algérie

En revanche, d'autres cadres, à l'image Matthieu Dossevi , blessé, ou encore d'Alaixys Romao , feront défaut. Entre les nombreux joueurs évoluant au pays, on découvre Elom Nya-Vedji, révélation d'un tournoi d'académies à Lomé. A signaler que l'ancien gardien du Togo , Kossi Agassa, tout frais retraité international, effectuera un essai en tant qu'entraîneur des gardiens au cours de ce rassemblement. Lire la suite »

President Trump claims he is worst-treated politician in history


He's been relying on the likes of national security adviser General HR McMaster, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and embattled press secretary Sean Spicer to do the talking. Mike Coffman and Colorado Attorney General Cynthia Coffman were right to call for Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein to name an independent prosecutor. Lire la suite »

Microsoft warns ransomware cyber-attack is a wake-up call

Eiichi Moriya, a cybersecurity expert and professor at Japan's Meiji University, warned that paying the ransom would not guarantee a fix. The ransomware was created to repeatedly contact an unregistered domain in its code. " Most of the reported cases of payment of ransom are from overseas". "Global internet security has reached a moment of emergency", Qihoo360 warned. Lire la suite »

Is Inovio Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (INO) a good buy?

Finally, Aegis reaffirmed a "buy" rating on shares of Inovio Pharmaceuticals in a research report on Tuesday, March 21st. In the past three months the stock value surged 11.74%. If you are reading this report on another site, it was copied illegally and republished in violation of United States & global copyright and trademark law. Lire la suite »

(RAD) Upgraded by Zacks Investment Research to "Hold"


It has underperformed by 20.54% the S&P500. Out of 5 Wall Street analysts rating Revance Therapeutics, 4 give it "Buy", 0 "Sell" rating, while 1 recommend "Hold". Aqr Cap Mngmt Ltd holds 0.01% or 86,556 shares. Parametric Ltd Liability Com holds 79,859 shares. EPS breaks down the profitability of the company on a single share basis. Lire la suite »

Compass Group reiterated as Hold By Numis Securities

It has outperformed by 1.12% the S&P500. On Wednesday, February 15 the stock rating was initiated by Deutsche Bank with "Hold". Peel Hunt's price target suggests a potential upside of 21.81% from the company's last stock price. It has a 18.8 P/E ratio. The Europe segment includes Turkey and Russian Federation. Two investment analysts have rated the stock with a sell rating, six have assigned a hold rating and six have given a buy rating to the company. Lire la suite »

China says 68 countries, global organizations have signed OBOR pacts


Speaking to 29 world leaders at a two-day summit in Beijing, Xi said: "The Belt and Road development does not shut out, nor is it directed against, any party". The initiative - a modern Silk Road of trade, investment and infrastructure development - is China's biggest foreign initiative to date. "The European Commission, who has a mandate, who has the capacity to negotiate on behalf of member states on trade-related issues - we were not given a chance to negotiate on the text", he said. Lire la suite »