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Sheriff probing report of shots fired in pipeline protest

No one was injured in the incident. Protesters against the oil pipeline near sacred tribal lands briefly blocked two entrances to a work yard near the rural town of Mandan early Saturday, causing workers to leave the area. Energy Transfer Partners, which owns the line, was not immediately available for comment. Morton County Sheriff's Department spokesman Rob Keller said law enforcement received a call at around 9 a.m.

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Broker Changes For Cabot Corporation (NYSE:CBT)

Thomson Reuters, an excellent research group, set a price target of $28.26 on Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation (NYSE:COG) shares. Following the EPS trend, pool of analysts gave current quarter Per-Share Earnings estimates trends of $0.32 for the NFX while maintaining high price target of 69 and average of 52.94, as reported by WSJ.

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Trump weighs Cabinet picks and 'amended' Obamacare

The Republican businessman during the US presidential campaign called for repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, and labeled the 2010 law "a disaster". "In the modern era, we haven't seen that happen but historically it has happened once or twice and it can happen again", Perry said. "It will be repealed and replaced".

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Peña Nieto to Trump: Mexico and the US Must Continue Alliance

Trump's threats to rip up a free trade agreement with Mexico and to tax money sent home by migrants to pay for building a wall on the southern US border have made the peso particularly vulnerable to events in the race for the White House. The president-elect of the United States has presented a plan that clearly states that his promise to build a wall on the border with Mexico is a go.

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Donald Trump Asks His Supporters Not to Attack Minorities: 'Stop It'

In his first TV interview as President-elect, Trump was grilled by Lesley Stahl of CBS News for 60 minutes over his vision to "Make America Great Again". Trump didn't chafe at that characterization of his transition team. During his race against Democrat Hillary Clinton , Trump repeatedly promised to make Mexico pay for the border wall .

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Alibaba Singles Day 2016 Sales Top $17.7 Billion

It has outperformed by 14.45% the S&P500. The company reported $0.79 earnings per share for the quarter, topping analysts' consensus estimates of $0.69 by $0.10. Suntrust analysts Robert S. Peck, Sagar Vachhani, Rodney A. Hull , and Kunal Madhukar , who have a buy rating on the stock, have a $125 price target that implies upside of 40%.

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Badal seeks time for meeting on SYL

He said it was an open secret that Amarinder Singh was desirous of contesting assembly polls due to which he had resigned from the Lok Sabha on pretext of the Supreme Court verdict on the SYL canal only to mislead people. It was also decided that Congress leaders and workers will burn effigies of Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal in all 117 Assembly segments of the state on Saturday, he said.

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Analysts Actions to Focus: Gilead Sciences, Inc. (NASDAQ:GILD)

The number of shares now owned by investors are 747 mln. Finally, Needham & Company LLC cut shares of Gilead Sciences from a "buy" rating to a "hold" rating and increased their price target for the stock from $84.60 to $88.55 in a research report on Tuesday, July 26th.

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President-elect Donald Trump wants to renegotiate NAFTA

America's northern neighbors did not react well to the results of the presidential election this week. She says numerous items are cheaper but these days that's not the case. Mexicans believe they contribute to the USA economy and are offended that Mr Trump does not value that. "I don't think that it will have any effect on us to speak up, ” says Nick Mastronardi, Owner of Double Diamond Farms in Ontario, Canada".

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Farage, Trump meeting "very productive", says President-elect aide

While TV presenter Gary Lineker simply asked: "I don't suppose Farage calling President Obama a "creature" is in any way racist". He called Trump's support for relations between Washington and London "very strong", saying he is the man the United Kingdom "can do business" with.

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Centre asks states to ensure security to banks, ATMs

ATMs of all banks - public and private sectors - had remained closed for two days after the Centre demonetized Rs. 500 and Rs. 1,000 notes. People thronged post offices, banks in huge numbers and even lost their cool after banks, reportedly, complained of less cash.

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RBI directs banks to waive ATM charges till December 30

Bhattacharya said the bank has started "reconfiguring ATMs' cassettes for new Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes". Citizens will now be allowed to withdraw Rs 2,500 at ATMs from the earlier limit of Rs 2000, the finance ministry said in press release .

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Pro-Russia candidate wins Bulgaria's presidential election

Following termination of the crucial round of Bulgaria's presidential election, Rumen Radev, has come out victorious, exit polls by Alpha Research and Gallup International show. Borisov said on Sunday he would resign after his center-right party's candidate lost the race to become the Balkan country's next president. Radev has said Bulgaria has lost a lot by making Russian Federation an enemy, supports closer ties with Russian Federation, and wants European Union sanctions against Moscow ...

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Hillary couldn't have been nicer

I mean, for me, it would have been very, very hard. "She just said, 'Congratulations, Donald, well done'". President-elect Donald Trump, in his first television interview since beating Hillary Clinton in a historic election, apparently no longer thinks Clinton is "crooked".

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Obama promises smooth transition despite "differences" with Trump

Supreme Court who can undo marriage equality. Former President Bill Clinton wipes his eye as his wife, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton greets staff and supporters after speaking at the New Yorker Hotel. Almost three-quarters said the same thing about Trump's treatment of women. Trump will enter office with a Republican Senate and House. Issues of transparency bubbled up right from the start.

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FLOTUS Welcomes Melania Trump To A White House Visit

Trump was harshly critical of the media during his campaign and for a time banned news organizations whose coverage he disliked from his events. Since the election, Trump appeared to be trying to polish up his image. Meanwhile Mexico's president said he was optimistic his country could have a positive relationship with the United States under Mr Trump, despite his anti-Mexican rhetoric during the campaign.

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UK Brexit campaigner meets Trump, says he's 'full of good ideas'

Nigel Farage said Donald Trump's support for the UK-US relations is "very strong" after he become the first British politician to meet the tycoon since he became US president-elect. "There's a brighter future". The Ukip leader is the first foreign politician to meet Trump since he beat Hillary Clinton at Tuesday's election. It is clear the two get on, that the UKIP leader's backing and campaigning for candidate Trump has paid off.

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Canada says Russian sanctions must be upheld by all countries

Sanctions were imposed by the United States and the European Union, as well as Canada, to punish Russian Federation for its 2014 annexation of Ukraine's Crimea and its support for separatists in eastern Ukraine. "Yes, I think he probably could have won". "Trump hasn't been inaugurated yet, there is still an acting president in the United States and Russian Federation is working with him", Peskov said, as cited by TASS.

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William Hill back in the game

United Kingdom bookmaker William Hill said it expects full year operating profit to be at the higher end of its forecast, as its online business returned back to growth in the second half. "With our significantly improved products and user experience, we are confident that this is the right time to invest further in our online business".

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Cash crunch continue; Parliament House ATMs too run dry

It has increased the exchange limits from RS 4000 to 4500 per day for exchanging of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 currency Notes. The new 500 and 2,000 rupee notes are narrower and shorter than the old bills, meaning ATMs must be "recalibrated" - a procedure that will take at least two weeks to be implemented nationwide.

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Strong demand for homes in London, says Taylor Wimpey

The housebuilding company said it is fully sold for this year and 23% sold for 2017. Cancellation rates for the year to date stands at 13 per cent across 291 outlets compared with an 11 per cent cancellation rate across 301 outlets in the equivalent period last year.

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Former CEO Of Poker Giant's Parent Company Makes Buyout Offer

Former Amaya Gaming CEO David Baazov announced that he is making a fully financed offer to acquire 100% of the Canadian online poker company on Monday for C$24 per share, or $2.56 billion, a almost 31% premium over the stock's closing price of C$18.34 on Friday.

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Trump Returns to Twitter, Condemns Protests, Then Changes His Tune

Part of the Donald Trump mystique that got him this far in the presidential race is his willingness to say literally anything. While it is customary for the first family to live at the White House, the president is not bound by law to reside there.

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Past Quarters Report of Marvell Technology Group Ltd. (NASDAQ:MRVL)

Jefferies Group reaffirmed a "hold" rating on shares of Marvell Technology Group in a research report on Wednesday, July 20th. MKM Partners increased their price objective on Marvell Technology Group from $10.00 to $14.00 and gave the stock a neutral rating in a report on Thursday, July 28th.

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ATMs reopen but run out of cash quickly

But it has disrupted the daily lives of hundreds of millions of Indians who live in the cash economy that is estimated to account for a fifth of India's US$2 trillion gross domestic product and who have low confidence in banks or plastic cards.

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Trump Says Concession Call From Clinton Was 'Lovely' and 'Tough'

Obama said he and Trump had "an excellent conversation" which covered a wide range of topics, including foreign and domestic policies. In light of the deep rift among the USA society that became evident during the election, Obama said "it is important for all of us, regardless of party, regardless of political preferences, to now come together to deal with numerous challenges we face".

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Sheriff probing report of shots fired in Dakota Access pipeline protest

The Obama administration said Friday that no decision has been made on the disputed easement for the Dakota Access pipeline, tamping down expectations that the project could see a green light as soon as Monday. "The tribe continues to ask water protectors to remain peaceful and prayerful", Standing Rock Sioux spokeswoman Chelsea Hawkins said Friday. The Obama administration requested a voluntary halt to construction within 20 miles (32 kilometers) of the lake on each side.

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The M&S stores set for closure

The M&S store in the city is a lynchpin on struggling Whitefriargate. Retail analysts at the Local Data Company, listed Leeds, with two department stores and Sheffield, with three, as locations which they consider vulnerable, using measurements used to understand the health of the High Street.

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Singles' Day Drives Chinese Shoppers

Estimates before the day forecast Alibaba to hit more than US$20 billion in sales on 11-11. The shopping event (aka Double 11) still manages to sell more goods than Cyber Monday and Black Friday held in the USA combined. Cyber Monday has nothing on Singles' Day . Previously enlisted pop-star, Katy Perry , pulled out of the gala at last minute due to a family emergency.

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South Korean prosecutors to question President Park as protests swell

Yonhap quoted a prosecution official as saying Ms Park's questioning should be done no later than Wednesday. The office is expected to select legal counsel for Park in what will be the first prosecutorial questioning of a sitting South Korean president in the country's history.

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UK PM May says can deepen India trade ties before leaving EU

Speaking to a technology summit in New Delhi , Ms May said that efforts to bring down barriers to trade must not wait until Britain leaves the EU. Britain, home to more than 800 major Indian-owned businesses that employ 110,000 people and have a combined turnover of 26 billion pounds ($31 billion), had been an attractive investment destination because it was a launchpad to other European Union countries, Sud explained.

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Where to see tonight's supermoon

The forecast makes the north-east the ideal place to look up at the skies, with the moon not set to be this close to Earth again until 25 November 2034. Although the moon orbits the Earth once every 27 days or so (actually about 27 days and eight hours), it doesn't go round in a ideal circle. Delhi residents were hoping toxic smog shrouding the world's most polluted capital in recent weeks would abate to allow spectacular views as the supsersized moon rises over the Red Fort, the former ...

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Clinton blames Federal Bureau of Investigation director Comey for loss

Where do I vote? Influential election forecaster FiveThirtyEight gave her a two to one chance of winning the 270 votes needed to claim the White House. Support for Trump dropped fell footage emerged last month showing him bragging about having sexually assaulted women, but polls have tightened as the big day approaches.

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'World's saddest polar bear' moved after outpouring of outrage towards Chinese mall

Sending Pizza back after her return home would be "cruel and heartless", Peter Li, a campaigner at Humane Society International , said in a statement . At last he will feel the sun on his fur, sniff fresh air and see the sky above him. The mall owners have now reportedly agreed to send him back to the ocean park in northern China where he was born, announcing on the Chinese social media platform, Weibo , that Pizza will be reunited with his parents.

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Mexico's peso plummets to new low on Trump effect

The last time it fell so dramatically, the US president rode to the rescue, orchestrating a $50 billion emergency loan to help fend off a sovereign default. Finance Minister Jose Antonio Meade had predicted more volatility if Trump won. Mexico's President Enrique Pena Nieto hopes to get more clarity when he meets Trump.


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