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TSX, Wall Street set to open lower as GE forecast weighs

Draghi claimed that the ECB's governing council did not have any discussions about tapering or extending its quantitative easing program. The dollar is up 0.4%, as gauged by the ICE U.S. Traders are pricing in less than one-in-five odds of a hike at the Fed's next meeting, which takes place days before the presidential election, and about a 68 percent chance of action in December.

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Sandesh Mahatme Sells 30000 Shares of Sarepta Therapeutics Inc. (SRPT) Stock

Oppenheimer Holdings Inc. restated an "outperform" rating and set a $76.00 price target on shares of Sarepta Therapeutics in a report on Monday. Manhattan Associates, Inc. Teacher Retirement System of Texas now owns 6,034 shares of the company's stock worth $115,000 after buying an additional 724 shares during the last quarter.

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Broker Roundup For California Resources Corp (NYSE:CRC)

The Maryland-based Brown Advisory Ltd Liability Corp has invested 0.02% in Eclipse Resources Corp (NYSE:ECR). The company has Beta Value of 0 and ATR value of 0.86. Its up 0.11, from 0.83 in 2016Q1. EPS growth in next year is estimated to reach 86.00% while EPS growth estimate for this year is set at -147.00%. They now own 480.27 million shares or 119.82% more from 218.48 million shares in 2016Q1.

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Princess Diana's stepmother, Raine Spencer, dies at 87

She was the daughter of romance novelist Dame Barbara Cartland. Spencer married Diana's father, John Spencer, in 1976, when Diana was 6 years old. It was an often strained relationship, but she and Diana reconciled in the 1990s. In an interview with the Gentlewoman magazine last summer Spencer said about her stepdaughter: "She had incredibly heavy pressures put upon her, but we ended up huge friends".

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Burberry and Coach not in active merger talks

Rumors that Burberry and Coach were in talks for a merger were started by financial blog Betaville . A Burberry spokesman declined to comment, while a Coach spokeswoman was not immediately available to comment outside of normal NY business hours.

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Trump claims Clinton 'inappropriately' received debate questions

The talking heads ahead of the final presidential debate opined that neither candidate would say much in the way of substance, sticking to their talking points as the campaign reaches its final weeks. The Bloomberg poll also shows that just 38 percent of Republicans say they will "stay loyal to [Trump] and what he stands for and follow his future endeavors for the foreseeable future", while 33 percent say they will "stay with him and pay attention to what he's doing for a while, but ...

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Tesla's fully autonomous cars: How they work and when they'll be available

The new self-driving hardware is made up of eight cameras placed on the outside of the vehicle, providing 360 degrees of visibility with a range of 250 metres. Trying to make some extra money with your new Tesla? Germany may be complaining about the term "Autopilot" used to describe Tesla's autonomous driving system, but the company is full steam ahead with the next version.

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Tesla confirms all new cars will be self-driving

This technology is known as full Level 5 autonomy, which means no involvement is necessary at all from human drivers. Also, twelve upgraded ultrasonic sensors are placed to support its vision. However, the updates of the same will be released along with a set of entirely new features, stated Tesla . The company also claims that the system is controlled by a computer that is 40 times faster than the previous version.

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London City Airport Evacuated Amid Fire Alarm

A fire alarm reportedly went off inside the teeming London airport. Alison FitzGerald has been named as London City Airport's COO, looking after operations still performing a vital role overseeing the airport's IT systems. The airport has been evacuated as a precaution". Three fire engines have been sent from London Fire Brigade. On Thursday, a 19 year old was arrested at a nearby tube station in North Greenwich after police carried out a controlled explosion.

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Bans across Australian airlines in the name of safety 0

Ariel Gonzalez's two week old device caught fire after he was charging it before class. "All Samsung Galaxy Note7 devices are considered forbidden hazardous materials", the alert emphasized. The phones aren't allowed in carry-on luggage, checked bags or even your pocket for all flights, including those heading out of or coming into the U.S.

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State's Unemployment Rate Unchanged

The region - made up of Gadsden, Leon and Wakulla counties - had 8,950 unemployed residents out of a workforce of 184,333. Charleston County had the lowest rate in the state at 4 percent, outpacing Lexington county at 4.1 percent. That's the same rate as it was in August, although it's lower than the national jobless rate of 5 percent. Just over 2 million people were employed at the same time.

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Glencore sells Australia coal haulage unit for $874m

Glencore is set to cut $900 million from its debt pile with the sale of its Australian coal railway operation. At present, GRail hauls around 40 million tonnes per year of Glencore's Hunter Valley coal production to the Port of Newcastle.

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Nintendo Switch amiibo Support Confirmed

The console is modular, and is made up of a number of parts. Switch is the first major gaming system released by Nintendo since the Wii U in 2012. There have been attempts to make Splatoon an e-sport with organised tournaments, but it has never achieved the same popularity as CS: GO or DOTA2.

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Rosneft boss says no to output freeze or cut

Oil rose to the highest in more than a year on Monday after Saudi Arabia expressed optimism that OPEC would work out a deal and Russian Federation voiced its support. OPEC and non-OPEC officials are gathering in Istanbul on Wednesday as part of a series of meetings to nail down details of the deal in Algiers. U.S.

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Euro drops to four-month lows on dovish Mario Draghi comments

The ECB decided Thursday neither to change its key interests for the euro area, nor to extend its monthly asset purchase program of 80 billion euros (about 88 billion USA dollars) beyond March 2017. Attention now turns to the news conference at 1230 GMT, with markets looking for fresh hints about its expected move in December. James Athey, fixed income investment manager at Aberdeen Asset Management, said: "This was not Draghi's finest hour".

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The ECB Just Left Its Interest Rates Unchanged

The European Central Bank left its ultra-loose monetary policy unchanged but Mr Draghi kept a wide range of options open for further stimulus in December, shooting down any talk of tapering its 1.7 trillion euro asset-buying programme. The Standard & Poor's 500 stock index was 0.3% lower and the Nasdaq fell 0.4%. The euro zone economy is chugging along, inflation is at a two-year high, national budget proposals suggest a bit more fiscal support, and the early impact on euro zone economies of ...

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Research Analysts Set Expectations for Exelon Corp.'s Q3 2016 Earnings (EXC)

TransCanada Corporation (TransCanada) is an energy infrastructure company. Noble Corporation plc has 52-Week high of $14.64 and 52-Week Low of $5.09. Analysts projected the minimum sales estimate of $928.17M and some analysts told that the stock may achieve maximum sales of $1,063.12M.

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Rating Of Delta Air Lines, Inc

Delta Air Lines opened for trading at $40.82 and hit $41.54 on the upside on Thursday, eventually ending the session at $41.46, with a gain of 1.37% or 0.56 points. (DAL) grabbed an average recommendation of " Buy " from analysts. 3 analysts have suggested the company is a "Hold". The stock prices target chart showed high target of 97 kept by analysts at WSJ while the average price target was for 83.62 as compared to current price of 67.98.

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Mitsubishi Joins Renault-Nissan Alliance, Carlos Ghosn Named Chairman-Elect for Mitsubishi

Among the two things the companies will share are finance company resources and plug-in hybrid and autonomous driving technology. MMC president and chief executive Osamu Masuko requested that Nissan also provide a senior executive to join the company's executive committee to bolster MMC's management, and Trevor Mann, now chief performance officer of Nissan , will become chief operating officer of MMC.

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Mitsubishi Motors, Nissan to hold media briefing with Ghosn in attendance

Ghosn - who is also head of French carmaker Renault - will be officially appointed after a board meeting later this year, it said. TOKYO (AP) - Carlos Ghosn, CEO and chairman of Japan's Nissan Motor and Renault of France, will become chairman of Mitsubishi Motors, presiding over efforts to turn the troubled automaker around after a devastating mileage scandal.

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Eli Manning not so happy with Odell Beckham Jr

We"™re not going to distract ourselves.". However, for most of 2016 thus far, Beckham had been less than his usual stellar self, and the frustration grew to the point that multiple on-field outbursts and quotes in the media about the game not being fun anymore, began to spark questions about whether his best days might be behind him.

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India will become the third largest aviation market: IATA

Revised projections from Iata suggest traffic will be nearer the lower limit of the forecast if the United Kingdom goes for a hard Brexit, compounding the impact of a falling pound and increased travel costs from limited access to the European Union aviation market.

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David de Gea Deserves Credit for Rescuing a Point for Manchester United

What I don't like too much in the world of media is this: you write what you hear, and not what you see. For the first time they played with (Jordan) Henderson and (Emre) Can together. A much more attacking outlook from Klopp's side almost resulted in the breakthrough twice in the second half, but United had goalkeeper David de Gea to thank for two superb stops from Can and Philippe Coutinho.

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ECB's Draghi: Decisions Will Be Taken In December, Market Reverses Sharply

However, he said that "there are no signs of a convincing upward trend in core inflation". But he added: "I would say an abrupt ending to bond purchases, I think it's unlikely". Draghi said risks to the eurozone's growth outlook remain "tilted to downside" and that those risks were largely related to the "external environment".

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Expect first RCS flight by January 2017: Minister

Under the scheme, government also plans to upgrade 50 unserved and underserved airports in the country, which would further boost air connectivity pan-India. "So, we oppose it from the perspective that surely there could be other ways to fund the scheme which is nationally so important", Singh said soon after announcement of the final version of the RCS.

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All you need to know about India's clash with Thailand!

Commenting on the occasion, Janardan Singh Gehlot, president, International Kabaddi Federation said, "2016 Kabaddi World Cup has brought forth the extraordinary potential and enthusiasm exhibited by all the 12 participating teams". Indian captain Anup Kumar acknowledged Thailand and its captain's excellent demonstration in the raiding department. However, an "injured" Iranian team was defeated by first-timers Poland.

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Mitsubishi Motors lowers sales outlook

According to Renault-Nissan, with the addition of Mitsubishi to its books it will be make it in one of the world's top three automotive groups in terms of global sales, with 10 millionm units expected to be sold worldwide this year. Nissan Chief Performance Officer Trevor Mann will become the chief operating officer at Mitsubishi Motors , which will also name a risk control chief.

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Rupee extend losses, down 13 paise against dollar

Though, the trading largely remained range-bound in the absence of any market-moving factors, ahead of the weekend. The US dollar's gains against some currencies overseas and a lower opening in the domestic equity market put the rupee on the back foot, forex dealers said.

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NBCUniversal is Making a Second $200 Million Bet on BuzzFeed

The last time BuzzFeed raised money it was valued at $1.5 billion, so it would barely move the needle there. Last year NBCUniversal also invested $ 200 million in Vox Media - which includes sites like Verge, SB Nation, Curbed and Recode - nearly at the same time as the previous BuzzFeed investment.

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European Central Bank keeps rates, guidance unchanged

The decision came at a meeting of the bank's 25 member governing council at its headquarters in Frankfurt, Germany. He also commented that there is no convincing upward trend in underlying inflation and that the bank wants a convergence, which is self-sustained, without the extraordinary support in place now.

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13-year-old MA boy shot while sleeping

Two state troopers, at least one of whom was armed with an assault rifle, were seen taking Garcia into custody at around 5:10 p.m. He will be arraigned on Friday. The wound was non-life-threatening, Houghton said. The boy was taken to Massachusetts General Hospital, where he underwent surgery on his right shoulder.

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Oil prices stable as strong dollar weighs, tighter market looms

West Texas Intermediate moved lower by 0.4 percent to $50.43 per barrel. The World Bank on Thursday raised its 2017 forecast for crude oil prices to $55 per barrel from $53 per barrel, citing the decision by members of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) to limit production after a long period of unrestrained output.

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Nissan-Renault CEO Ghosn to head troubled Mitsubishi Motors

YOKOHAMA, Japan (Reuters) - Nissan Motor Co (T:) will make a decision next month on whether to produce the next Qashqai SUV model at its Sunderland plant in Britain, Chief Executive Carlos Ghosn said on Friday. Both companies are electric vehicle (EV) makers, but MMC has the lead in the EV market with its plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHV), a product Nissan does not have.

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Inflation rate climbs to 1.3 per cent in September

Prices for food purchased in stores are now as cheap as they were in January 2015, down 0.9 per cent in past 12 months. Food prices had risen sharply since the middle of 2015 due to the plunging Canadian dollar increasing costs for a whole host of imported produce.

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Lookout for these three stocks?: Transocean Ltd. (NYSE:RIG)

Transocean LTD (NYSE: RIG ) lost -2.12% and closed in the last trading session at $9.70. Moreover, the stock is up 18.33% in one month through last close, to $10.46, showing a -13.77% return during the past three months. The stock price is going above to its 52 week low with 29.07% and lagging behind from its 52 week high with -42.34%. Credit Agricole SA analyst D. Havens now forecasts that the brokerage will post earnings per share of ($0.40) for the year, down from their prior estimate of ...


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