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Pan-Canadian price on carbon

Whether a province invests in a cap-and-trade system or a price-based one, all revenue will remain neutral and stay in the province of which it was generated. Although the federal government will intervene and decide on a pricing model if provincial governments do not, they will have no hand in where the finances go.

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Russian missile was reason for downing

JIT Investigator, Fred Westerbeke, said that the investigation sought to determine the type and origins of the missile that downed the Boeing airliner. Investigators said they spoke to a separatist who confirmed a portion of the system's return to the Russian border. The conclusions of the Dutch prosecution confirm that the investigation is biased and politically motivated.

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Tech Stocks To Watch: Twitter, Inc. (NYSE:TWTR), MeetMe, Inc. (NASDAQ:MEET)

Fourteen research analysts have rated the stock with a sell rating, twenty-five have given a hold rating, seven have issued a buy rating and one has issued a strong buy rating to the company's stock. In other news, insider Adam Messinger sold 52,914 shares of the stock in a transaction dated Monday, August 1st. The shares were sold at an average price of $16.76, for a total transaction of $886,838.64.

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Rosberg fastest in 1st practice for Japanese GP

When Hamilton - who is 23 points behind championship leader and team-mate Nico Rosberg with five races to go - did manage to speak on Thursday he dismissed the idea that Malaysia had been preying on his mind. "Hey man, we've been doing this a long, long time and it's the same each time so got to keep adding new things to it", Hamilton said when asked what he was looking at on his phone.

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Trump's name officially exiting a beleaguered Atlantic City

Trump paid more than $600 million dollars for the unfinished casino, which he billed as the "eighth wonder of the world". After months of complex negotiations, he bought The Taj Mahal in Atlantic City. "I think he borrowed more than most other prudent real estate people", Pomerantz told CNN. In 1978, Trump's father got the 33-year-old Donald a $35 million credit line for his budding real estate projects on the basis of the older Trump's guarantee.

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S&P, Moody's Ratings On Adani Transmission Unaffected By RInfra Deal

Reliance Infrastructure said the transaction would be EPS (earnings per share) accretive for shareholders. The three projects were commissioned between January 2014 and December 2015 and all the assets are operating at an average availability of more than 99.50%, the firms said.

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Spectrum auction ends in virtual failure, raises 11.6% of target

Centre has fetched Rs 65,789.12 crore from the concluded auction. The government said it had made a decision to auction off the remaining 700MHz spectrum after consulting on Vodafone's proposal and determining that there was strong market interest from other providers.

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Seize Brexit to transform UK: PM Theresa May

She described the Brexit vote as a "call for a change in the way our country works", warning that if ministers did not respond, "resentments will grow". "She does not have a mandate - she is chronically lacking one". British Prime Minister Theresa May said on Wednesday that she wanted a Brexit deal which offered "maximum freedom" to operate in Europe's single market but also emphasised she wanted control over immigration.

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More than 250 dead in Haiti amid wreckage from 'catastrophic' Hurricane Matthew

Scott said that 12 inches of rain was forecast along Florida's Atlantic Coast with storm surges of as much as 11-feet possible in the Space Coast area, where Matthew and its 140 miles per hour winds may come closest to landfall. Devastating storm surge could reach 7 to 11 feet ranging from Melbourne, Fla., all the way up to Charleston, S.C., more than 400 miles north. Rain bands could spin off a tornado at any time.

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Surgical strikes: Desired result obtained, intended message conveyed, says India

Asked about the recent conversation between the National Security Advisors of India and Pakistan, he said the Prime Ministers of the two countries had in January agreed that their NSAs will remain in touch and the details should not be made public.

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The Procter & Gamble Company's (PG): Look closely Shares

King & Co., Inc., 48 Wall Street, New York, NY 10005 or by calling (212) 269-5550 (for banks and brokers) and (877) 297-1747 (for all other callers) or from Coty upon written request to Coty Inc., Investor Relations, 350 Fifth Avenue, New York, New York 10118 or by calling (212) 389-7300.

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Hong Kong pro-democracy leader deported from Thailand

He took a flight back to Hong Kong yesterday afternoon. Joshua Wong, at the airport after returning on Wednesday. "China is anxious that Wong, an important leader in the Occupy movement, would bring his influence to other countries", he told a Hong Kong radio station.

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After Brexit, Theresa May wants full access to single market

He said: "It is very easy for the privileged elite to look at the values of working people - including regarding Brexit - and sneer at them". "People voted for change and change will come", she said, in a speech greeted by loud cheers. The clearest reality check for May's ambitions this week came from the currency markets, where sterling has fallen more than 3-1/2 cents to a 31-year low against the dollar since her announcement on Sunday that she would trigger the formal European Union ...

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Oil Trades Near Three-Month High Amid Hurricane Threat, OPEC

Despite that, the bank said it did not expect a repeat of the price crash seen late past year after a rally earlier in 2015, citing an improving Asian economic growth outlook, falling oil supplies and rising investor interest in oil markets as support factors.

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Is 'Clown Lives Matter' Real? March Scheduled After Mass Sighting Spook Residents

People wearing clown outfits have been terrorising residents in America. Police at the Fontana Unified School District arrested a 14-year-old student. DeKALB | The DeKalb Police Department has received clown-related reports and plans to investigate each one fully, according to a Wednesday press release.

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Facebook's Oculus to start selling hand controllers

Oculus has been dealing with a series of setbacks in the rollout of its VR headgear, including shipping mishaps and a higher-than-anticipated price. "The magic of virtual reality is the feeling you are really there, in another place", Zuckerberg said.

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UK's May looks to post-Brexit Britain

Theresa May has promised to reset the Conservative Party's relationship with capitalism, free markets and business and stepped up her claims to be the representative of working-class Britain. She said she wanted a Brexit deal that offered "maximum freedom" to operate in Europe's single market, but also emphasised she wanted control over immigration.

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Trump tries to attract Sanders' supporters

Donald Trump had a very active early morning tweet session 24 hours ago, and that had spectacularly backfired. Only one additional tweet alluded to Trump , urging voters to ignore " the haters who describe America as hopeless and broken".

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Watch Al Roker take a tour of Prince's Paisley Park Museum

A segment from The Today Show this morning offered a first, exclusive look inside Prince's Paisley Park home and studio complex, which has recently undergone the transformation into a full-time public museum . The trust announced a compromise with the council for fans who had been looking forward to entering the complex this week. The estate would maintain ownership of the property, but it would be run by the same group that operates Elvis Presley's Graceland in Memphis.

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Sterling hits 31-year low; report on ECB helps euro

Underpinning the dollar, Chicago Fed President Charles Evans said he would be "fine" with raising USA interest rates by year-end if US economic data remained firm. Traders were pricing in less than a 20 percent chance that the Fed would raise interest rates as early as November, according to CME Group's FedWatch program.

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Wal-Mart plans to slow its new store openings

It says that such investments as well as the other moves are already helping to improve customer service in the stores. But it is betting that JD can help it overcome those hurdles especially now that the company is looking to generate 25% of its global retail sales growth in the Asian region in the coming five years.

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Clinton airs new ad focusing on families

Let's sue them. Right? For his party, Mr. Trump's reversal in fortune comes at the worst possible moment: Having muted their criticism of Mr. Trump in hopes that he could at least run competitively through Election Day, Republicans must decide in the next few days, rather than weeks, whether to seek distance from his wobbly campaign.

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9-week-old British boy has better hair than you

While most people are amazed if their newborn has a tiny sprinkling of hair at birth, people are going wild over this 8-week-old's luscious locks. Noon, who, conveniently is a former hairstylist, doesn't intend on cutting it and instead, blow dries little Junior's hair to achieve his ever-so-popular 'do.

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Obama honours Stanley Cup winners at White House

The President noted he has welcomed eight National Hockey League champion teams during his presidency, also stating he had welcomed the Penguins as champions in his first year in the White House, and a lot has changed since then. It's the final time Obama will host a Stanley Cup champion - his second term ends in January. Daley's mother got to see him skate, on a broken ankle, with the trophy before she died a few days later.

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Canadian Government Unveils Carbon Pollution Pricing Plan

Trudeau said all members know "we are working very hard on that file with the Americans, it's an issue that was neglected for many years by the previous government, and that's why were working diligently to represent the interests of Canadians and the forestry industry across the country".

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After 91 years, Ford's Australian car production line ends

The last Australian-made Ford vehicle rolled off the production line Friday, ending an era that began in 1925 with the legendary Model T, as the struggling local auto industry slowly fades away. 600 manufacturing jobs will go as a result of the closure, and Ford is not alone in its departure. Come 2018, there will be no more Australian-made cars.

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Chancellor Philip Hammond to stress "pragmatic" approach to public finances

Instead, a pledge to jittery business leaders that he was a chancellor ready to pull the necessary policy levers to protect the economy through the potentially choppy waters of Brexit. "We are working with the West Midlands Combined Authority on a second devolution deal to include new powers on transport, criminal justice, data, planning and skills".

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Theresa May pitches Brexit 'quiet revolution' to turn Britain's course

The negotiations that follow are expected to take at least two years, meaning that businesses face a minimum of two and a half years of uncertainty. "If Britain wants a hard Brexit, that can be announced now, without negotiation... British Prime Minister Theresa May has repeatedly said that "Brexit means Brexit". "She does not have a mandate - she is chronically lacking one". British Prime Minister Theresa May said on Wednesday that she wanted a Brexit deal which offered "maximum ...

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Supreme Court Won't Rehear Immigration Case

The Republican-led Senate, in a move with little precedent in US history, has refused to consider Obama's nominee to replace Scalia, federal appeals court judge Merrick Garland, saying Obama's successor should make the appointment. Even though Loving seemed to be called into question by the Supreme Court's later decision in Ring, the appeals court held that only the Supreme Court could overrule its decisions - implying that the Justices should clarify the relationship between the two precedents.

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UCA, Harding among colleges receiving emergency message intended for Lone Star College

Lone Star College had a gas leak in the cafeteria. The schools, including Texas Tech, Baylor, Penn State, and the University of MS, stated on Twitter the alerts were sent in error and it's believed the message originated at Lone Star College.

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Rite Aid Corporation (NYSE:RAD)

According to 5 analysts, Rite Aid Corporation (NYSE: RAD)'s revenue estimates for the current quarter are $4.56B meanwhile the company has high revenue estimates of $4.84B in contradiction of low revenue estimates of $4.52B. The stock touched 52-week High of $8.74 on Oct 27, 2015 and 52-week Low of $5.98 on Oct 14, 2015. (VIAB) has gained consensus mean rating of Overweight based on the analysis of brokerage analyst firms polled.

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Asian stocks lower on Fed rate hike expectation

The dollar firmed against its major rivals on Thursday, extending its recent strength as investors bet that recent economic data made an interest-rate increase by the Federal Reserve a near-certainty for this year. "The Fed is walking a tightrope", said Neil Mellor, currency strategist at BNY Mellon. October 7 (BusinessDesk) - The New Zealand dollar extended its decline, trading near a two-month low, as looming USA employment data keep the prospect of a rate hike by the Federal Reserve at ...

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Wal-Mart rejects settlement with U.S. over alleged bribery

Retail giant Wal-Mart Stores Inc (NYSE:WMT) confirmed it will hit its earnings guidance for the current year but expects only a modest if any improvement in 2018. Shares of Wal-Mart slipped 3.1% to $69.46 in morning trading. Wal-Mart completed the $3.3 billion acquisition of Jet last month. The company faces challenges in China, and it's struggling in the U.K and Brazil.

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Opening of Paisley Park likely delayed

Councilwoman Bethany Tjornhom said the city needed to consider whether it wanted to be a "tourist town", hosting upward of 600,000 visitors annually. Fans who purchased tickets but can't get in these three days can get a refund. Paisley Park officials did not immediately confirm Tuesday that the opening would be delayed, but the museum's website had suspended further sales. A Purple Rain room features the keyboard, guitar, wardrobe and motorcycle from Prince's famous movie and album.

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OPEC could announce oil freeze in Algeria, details later

Initial euphoria over what would be the first cut to output in eight years sent prices soaring 6 percent, but the rally then fizzled out as traders digested the nuts and bolts of the deal. "Digging down, it's merely an intention to agree something concrete further down the line". "There's plenty of work still to do and enough time to scupper a supposed "deal".


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