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Marine Le Pen et Emmanuel Macron jugés (vidéo) — Débat

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Son candidat, au contraire, a, selon lui, gardé son " sang-froid ". Mme Le Pen assure aussi dans cet entretien être "la seule à être capable de rétablir l'unité dans notre pays", dénonçant "la fracture (.) entre le peuple et les élites qui soutiennent la candidature d'Emmanuel Macron ". Lire la suite »

Hanford Nuclear Reservation tunnel collapse triggers alert

Material from the Hanford Site was used in the bomb dropped on Nagasaki, Japan, during the final days of World War II. And Energy Secretary Rick Perry said during his confirmation hearing he'd prioritize the Hanford cleanup. Energy Department said an undisclosed number of non-essential workers were being sent home. "All employees have been accounted for, there were no injuries and there is no indication of a spread of radiological contamination", said Destry Henderson, a spokesman ... Lire la suite »

Pakistan PM, 4 CMs to attend OBOR summit in China

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At the opening ceremony, China's Ambassador to the UN Liu Jieyi said the Belt and Road Initiative is "an global public good" that benefits all parties. Chui Sai On, has been invited to attend the Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation taking place in Beijing. On the flight from Malaysia, Najib made a brief stopover in Hangzhou where he met Alibaba Group founder and executive chairman Jack Ma and visited the headquarters of China's largest e-commerce company. Lire la suite »

Tesco chief executive sees 10pc pay cut despite sales growth

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Lewis's annual salary was unchanged at £1.25m, and remains the same for the year ahead. The reduction reflects a 21% fall in his short-term bonus to £2.36m, with 75.6% of the maximum paid versus almost the full amount in the previous year. However, the firm has also been stung this year by a £235m hit after reaching an agreement with authorities over its 2014 accounting scandal, which will see it make a hefty compensation payout to investors. Lire la suite »

Hanford Contractors Plan To Fill Tunnel Collapse With Soil

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While the Department of Energy says no radiation has escaped from the damaged tunnel, Hanford has a long history of problems. "Employee safety is our number one focus and within the last hour, crews have begun the long process of slowly and methodically filling the collapsed portion of that tunnel with soil", Destry Henderson, deputy news manager for the Hanford Joint Information Center, said Wednesday. Lire la suite »

Fed holds interest rates steady

The rand has had a rough ride since at least March when it was hovering around R12.31/$ before weakening to R13.95/$ as a result of the domestic politics, which for now appear to have taken a backseat. "I think markets are kind of treating (first quarter) data as old news" in part since markets had already digested last week's release of first-quarter United States gross domestic product growth data, he added. Lire la suite »

Bank of England: interest rates may need to rise before late 2019

The projected overshoot entirely reflects the effects of the falls in sterling since late November 2015 on import prices. The pound fell 0.63% against the dollar and was 0.46% down on the euro. "We would have had to do an alternative forecast with some variant of a disorderly negotiating process, and we have not done that", he said. The Bank said, while it expects first-quarter expansion to be revised higher to 0.4%, the economy would likely continue at a "similarly moderate pace of growth ... Lire la suite »

Macron rejects former PM Valls as candidate

Richard Ferrand, secretary general of Macron's REM party, responded to Bayrou's complaint. Emanuel Macron's new party Republique en Marche revealed the names of 428 candidates for the French parliament on Thursday including over 200 who were new to politics and half are women. Lire la suite »

AstraZeneca shares jump with drug trial success

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AstraZeneca said it will start to work with regulators around the world to bring Imfinzi to patients as soon as possible. The contrasting fortunes of Roche and AZ this week suggest there will be further twists as results from a raft of immunotherapy trials are announced in the coming years. Lire la suite »

Haiti will ask US to renew immigration benefits

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The effort comes as officials decide the fate of a humanitarian program that has shielded tens of thousands of Haitians from deportation since an quake destroyed much of their country. Workers on TPS contribute to Social Security and Medicare through payroll taxes, and would effectively be robbed of this money when deported. "Husband, wife, a couple with three kids in school and they fear if the TPS is not renewed they will lose their jobs and they are going to lose their house and they have ... Lire la suite »

Eurosceptics see Macron win as bad news for Brexit

Sputnik understands from an European Union source that the costs of negotiating Brexit will be borne by the United Kingdom, including the hire of facilities for the talks, meals and other subsistence allowances. So if Britain wants to trade with Europe it has to choose a model, such as the Swiss, Norwegian or Canadian. "You can not enjoy rights in Europe if you are not a member - otherwise it will fall apart", he told Ockrent. Lire la suite »

JC Penney Q1 Loss Widens, Sales Miss View; Stock Down

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J.C. Penney tumbled more than 9 percent Friday in premarket trading. For the three months ended April 29, Penney lost $180 million, or 58 cents per share. Analysts' estimates typically exclude special items. J.C. Penney (JCP) has unsurprisingly joined a growing list of retailers reporting weak first quarters. Lire la suite »

Chiefs sign versatile Canadian forward Tyler Ardron on two-year deal

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Chiefs coach Dave Rennie described Ardron as an experienced and dynamic player. "I look forward to contributing and being a major part in the future success of the Chiefs". The versatile forward linked up with Welsh Pro 12 club Ospreys in 2013 and to date he has played 64 games for the side. "He's a bloody good man and his leadership and work ethic will align perfectly with the Chiefs". Lire la suite »

Jean-Claude Juncker: 'English is losing importance'

The English language is losing its importance in Europe, the president of the European commission has said amid simmering tensions over the Brexit negotiations. But he also calls for "moderation" and not to let "emotions get out of hand" which looks like a dig at Theresa May for her highly-charged statement yesterday accusing the European Commission of interfering in the United Kingdom general election. Lire la suite »

Thomas Stallkamp Sold 10698 Shares of Baxter International (BAX), Renaissance Technologies

Rowland & Co. Investment Counsel ADV now owns 7,499 shares of the medical instruments supplier's stock worth $357,000 after buying an additional 155 shares in the last quarter. Baxter International Inc.'s short ratio is now at 3.06 and the float short is at 1.68%. COPYRIGHT VIOLATION NOTICE: This article was first posted by Sports Perspectives and is the sole property of of Sports Perspectives. Lire la suite »

JPMorgan Elect plc (JPE) Declares Dividend of GBX 2.55

The company was upgraded on Wednesday, January 11 by Raymond James. TH Capital maintained the stock with "Buy" rating in Wednesday, November 18 report. About 182,521 shares traded. Watchstone Group PLC (LON:WTG) has declined 21.26% since October 10, 2016 and is downtrending. It has underperformed by 1.49% the S&P500. Lire la suite »

Kobach Appointed To Voter Fraud Commission

President Trump signed an executive order on Thursday to launch a commission to review alleged voter fraud, a White House official confirmed to Fox News , after months of claiming voter fraud in the 2016 presidential election. "It's a federal government entity that will collect data on the issue of voter fraud and election integrity", he said. The state Supreme Court later deemed the law as unconstitutional. Lire la suite »

Oil prices rise in Asia in expectation of Aramco supply cut

United States supplies of crude are still near records and more than 100 million barrels higher than the five-year average for this time of the year, data compiled from the Energy Information Administration show. Investing.com offers an extensive set of professional tools for the financial markets. Meanwhile, the RSI at 44.1729 suggests crude prices is settling at a neutral phase. Lire la suite »

Vista Outdoor Inc.'s (VSTO)

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The research group, a service of Accern, identifies positive and negative press coverage by reviewing more than twenty million news and blog sources in real-time. Vista Outdoor has a 52-week low of $18.32 and a 52-week high of $52.08. The current price is staying above the SMA lines which signify strength and is generally healthy/positive and may provide the momentum for driving the share price higher. Lire la suite »

Australian Bank Stocks Smashed on Rumors of New Levy

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Commonwealth Bank would have to pay 3.9 per cent of profits, NAB, 4.9 per cent and Westpac 3.9 per cent. "The reality is this is a tax on the millions of ordinary Australians who are bank shareholders and bank customers", the bank said. Rumours of the tax saw losses in the big four banks accelerate yesterday, with CBA down 3.8%, on track for its biggest daily loss since February previous year, Westpac off 3.5%, ANZ losing 2.6% and NAB down 2%. Lire la suite »

Macron quick to begin presidential duties

And unlike his adversary Marine Le Pen, Macron supports remaining in the European Union, which is important for "the circulation of brains and ideas", according to nine directors of French scientific research institutes who wrote a letter to Agence France Presse , Science reported April 28. Lire la suite »

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 »