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Traders Secrets on Range Resources Corporation (RRC), CF Industries Holdings, Inc. (CF)

About 5,699 shares traded. California Resources Corp (NYSE:CRC) has risen 48.78% since August 26, 2016 and is uptrending. It has outperformed by 44.91% the S&P500. California Resources Corp earned a media sentiment score of 0.15 on Alpha One's scale. 8 are owned by America First Invest Lc. While it's Return on Investment (ROI) value is -0.9%.

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Congress seen as not likely to pass tax overhaul quickly

That's the figure that Grover Norquist, the anti-tax activist who is the president of Americans for Tax Reform, and who has long sought the lowest rate possible, has calculated would be needed for the plan to be deficit neutral after 10 years.

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Strong start to season gives Dustin Johnson momentum for Masters

Day's participation was in doubt when he withdrew from the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play a fortnight ago in order to be with his mother before she underwent surgery in her battle against lung cancer. As Rory McIlroy is finding out, golf and politics rarely mix. I feel selfish being there playing and I was stuck between two worlds. Johnson will be the penultimate player in the 94-man field to hit his opening tee shot at Augusta National after being drawn in the final group at 2.03pm ...

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India, Britain talk up post-Brexit trade prospects

She clarified that her interpretation of parallel negotiations would be judged after the event, saying: "At the end of this negotiation, will we have looked at both withdrawal and the future relationship?" The guidelines leave open the possibility of "transitional arrangements" to cover any period between the expected date of Brexit on March 29 2019 and the conclusion of an FTA, adding such arrangements must be "clearly defined, limited in time and subject to effective enforcement ...

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RBS's Williams & Glyn management quit as EU probes alternative to sell-off

Brussels will now examine whether the alternative proposed by the Treasury in February is an "appropriate replacement" for the branch sale it originally ordered. The project had been blighted by complications in creating a separate technology platform and persistently low interest rates impacting its economic viability in the long term.

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Chinese president promises pandas to Finland on state visit

The countries also said they would support the launch of a joint feasibility study on an EU-China free trade agreement when conditions were right and step up high-tech trade cooperation. The visit is expected to herald a closer partnership, and China's cooperation with Finland will be a beacon for the rest of Europe. "Our relationship has become a model of friendly co-existence and mutually-beneficial cooperation between countries that are different in population and size, history and ...

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Spanish ship off Gibraltar: 'Incursion' or 'routine?'

Luxembourg's Foreign Minister Jean Asselborn, second left, speaks with, from left, Malta's Foreign Minister George Vella, Dutch Foreign Minister Bert Koenders and Slovakian Foreign Minister Miroslav Lajcak during a meeting of. The British territory of Gibraltar said a Spanish navy patrol ship entered its waters Tuesday amid the simmering tensions between Spain and Britain over Gibraltar's future after Brexit .

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North Korea fires ballistic missile off east coast

South Korean and American military officials said that the medium-range missile was sacked from a land base near the east coast port of Sinpo, home to a known North Korean submarine base. Trump and Xi are to meet on Thursday and Friday at Trump's Mar-a-Lago retreat on the Atlantic coast in Palm Beach, Florida. The deal, spearheaded by the Obama administration, would have represented a clear statement of U.S.

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'Jaw-jaw' not war-war with Spain over Gibraltar, Theresa May insists

British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said Brexit would bring no changes to the status of Gibraltar. Howard's comments followed an interview on Sunday by Michael
Fallon, the UK's defence secretary, in which he said: "Gibraltar is going to be protected all the way because the sovereignty of Gibraltar can not be changed without the agreement of the people of Gibraltar and they have made it very clear they do not want to live under Spanish rule".

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Gov't Slams N. Korea for Ballistic Missile Launch

The only country that can stop North Korea is China, and they know that". The Republican has warned China that if it wasn't going to solve the North Korea nuclear threat then the us will, following a series of test launches carried out in recent months.

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New H-1B visa rules shut doors on entry-level staff

According to a policy memo released by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service on Friday, some computer programming jobs will no longer be considered "speciality occupations" that qualify for H-1B visas. In the last few years, the department has received enough petitions to fill in the Congressional mandated 85,000 H-1B visas. An advanced degree exemption from the H-1B cap is available for 20,000 beneficiaries who have earned a United States master's degree or higher.

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Gonzaga heads to Final Four

Playing with poise with the pressure of history weighing upon them, the Zags stormed past Xavier 83-59 to earn their first trip to the Final Four, next weekend in Arizona. The second half started like the first half ended, with OR on a spurt. Not this time . Saturday was the Dogs' day. Junior J.P. Macura led the way with 18 points, as their Cinderella-run came to a close as a No.

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ADP private payrolls crush expectations

Job growth has been a particular strength so far, and the ADP report could fuel higher expectations. The ADP report "is clearly another indication that, despite the apparent slowdown in GDP growth in the first quarter, labor market conditions have remained unusually strong", Andrew Hunter, U.S.

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Threat of severe weather increases for Wednesday

Storm threats will include damaging wind gusts in excess of 60 miles per hour, hail, and an isolated tornado. A storm barreling toward the Southeastern United States will leave almost 55 million people at risk of tornadoes, damaging winds and thunderstorms Wednesday, according to a CNN forecast.

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North Korea Launches Another Ballistic Missile Into Waters Near Japan

While submarines are also a stealthy way to do that, North Korea doesn't have enough of them. In the past, Cuba, Iraq, Libya and Afghanistan have featured in the list drawn up by the state department, and which now includes countries such as Sudan, Syria and Iran.

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U.S. says programmers not fit for H1-B, blow to India

H-1B workers who will work off-site at another company or organization's location. The USCIS move, the agency said in a press release, is to "further deter and detect H-1B visa fraud and abuse". Large Indian IT companies such as TCS, Infosys and Wipro have generally been the largest recipients of these visas. Late a year ago, Infosys, the second-largest in the sector, too, signalled that it would look to hire local talent more aggressively in the United States, a far cry from the turn ...

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Sweden targeted in global cyber attack

A cyber-espionage group that first surfaced in 2009 is using a novel tactic into hacking its targets by first breaching one of its cloud service providers, and then reaching inside the company's secure business network via the cloud service's approved communications channels.

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Cineworld Group PLC (LON:CINE) Receives 'Buy' Rating From Brokers At HSBC

It has outperformed by 14.81% the S&P500. SciSys PLC (LON:SSY) had its target price hold steady to 155.00GBX by finnCap in a report released 4/5/2017. Among 8 analysts covering CDW ( NASDAQ:CDW ), 6 have Buy rating, 0 Sell and 2 Hold. Therefore 42% are positive. On Wednesday, November 9 the stock rating was maintained by Shore Capital with "Hold".

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Five charged over 'hate crime' that put asylum seeker in intensive care

The teenager, who is Kurdish Iranian, was subjected to a "brutal" attack including "repeated blows to the head", police said, after the group discovered he was an asylum seeker. Five other people are still being questioned by detectives while a sixth, a woman aged 20, was released without charge. Those charged are all in their twenties, police said.

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Marietta officers catch distracted drivers in undercover sting

Almost 150 law enforcement agencies around the state are adding patrols looking specifically for those distracted by cell phones while operating their vehicles. "It's vital that drivers keep their hands on the wheel and their eyes on the road". Cell phones are seen as the worst offenders, as making calls or sending messages from your phone diverts visual , manual and cognitive attention from the primary task of driving.

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NCAA to review HB2 repeal, decide next week on North Carolina return

Roy Cooper (D) said he hoped it would lift the " dark cloud " hanging over the state and begin to fix its reputation. It passed the House in the afternoon by a vote of 70-48 after fiery denunciations by some conservative and liberal members.

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Australia rejects One Belt, One Road over USA ties

China is also likely to seek progress on an extradition treaty, which is facing parliamentary delays in Australia, in order to bolster its efforts to crack down on corrupt officials who have fled. Berejiklian said more Chinese companies are welcome to invest in the state of New South Wales. For his part, Mr Turnbull repeated Australia's long-held position which includes urging China to refrain from building on the islands and coral reefs.

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PH output index hits Q1 high in March

The business expectations index rose to 55.4 from 53.8 in February to mark the fastest growth since April past year. Although growth was modest, manufacturers were able to boost output at their plants last month. India's manufacturing sector growth jumped to a 22-month high in October thanks to a sharp rise in new business inflows and purchasing activity, a private.

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U.S. trade deficit drops sharply to $43.6 billion in February

Canada swung to a surprising trade deficit in February as exports tumbled 4.2%, the largest decrease since March 2016. Commerce Department data showed on Tuesday that the USA deficit with China gained US$1.6 billion to US$31.7 billion in February.

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Can tough-talking Trump solve North Korea?

Trump said ahead of the meeting that China has great influence over North Korea and he wants Xi to help the USA denuclearize the reclusive northeast Asian nation. If the Chinese leader won't, Trump said he can handle the problem without Beijing. Photo exhibitions to mark Kim's assumption of key posts have been held every April, but this year North Korea is ramping up the campaign for his personality cult.

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Gonzaga holds off SC 77-73 in Final Four

It was simply his size and girth that presented the biggest issue for SC, though, as they have no one on the roster to match it. He was making things happen for his teammates by moving the ball, creating for others and playing really solid defense.

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Smartphones, tablets, laptops banned on flights to United Kingdom from Middle East

One official said there's no specific plot authorities are aware of, but the US has been considering such a ban for some time. The officials spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss the security ban despite President Donald Trump's repeated insistence that anonymous source should not be trusted.

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GST council to finalise rules for new tax regime today

Congress leader Veerappa Moili asked the finance minister as to who empowered the GST Council to levy the Article 265 which says that no tax can be levied without the back of the law. GST aims to remove barriers across states and integrate the country into a common market. Along with the government, industry should organise training sessions for trade and industry for roll out of new tax reforms.

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ISIS calls Donald Trump 'stupid idiot' in first remarks on US President

More than 300,000 people have fled Mosul since the start of the US -backed campaign in October, the office of the U.N. Humanitarian Coordinator in Iraq said in a statement. In March of this year, dozens of people were killed in suicide bomb blasts that went off at a wedding party in a village near the city. The Islamic State (IS) terror group in a new audio released has used for US President Donald Trump an Arabic term that means "idiot" according to various translations, a media report ...

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Menendez makes decision on Trump's Supreme Court nominee

By denying Republicans the requisite 60 votes to end debate - known as "cloture" in political speak - Democrats could prevent a full-floor vote to confirm Gorsuch now scheduled for later this week. The proposed Senate rule change has been dubbed the "nuclear option ", and the Republican president has urged McConnell to do it. On Tuesday evening McConnell officially filed a "cloture" motion, the procedural step created to end debate on a nomination and bring it to a final vote.

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Zuma Can Be Replaced Easily - Cosatu

This after Jacob Zuma instituted a midnight cabinet reshuffle last week which saw Pravin Gordhan and his deputy fired from their posts after the former was recalled from an investor roadshow. ANC deputy secretary Jessie Duarte said the ANC knew from a year ago November that Zuma wanted to remove Gordhan. Former President Kgalema Motlanthe also said that it was hard for Mr Zuma to command respect after the constitutional court found him in breach of the law when he failed to repay ...

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US gives tentative OK to Chinese takeover of Syngenta

China National Chemical Corp, or ChemChina , has won US antitrust approval to buy Switzerland's Syngenta AG on condition that it divest three pesticides, the Federal Trade Commission said Tuesday. Syngenta shares were trading up 1.5 percent after the EU's antitrust clearance was announced. To win the approval, ChemChina has promised to divest significant parts of Adama and Syngenta pesticides and plant growth regulator business, said the commission in a statement.

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Iceland to make equal pay the law for men and women

And some Bay Area activists are trying to do their part to raise awareness. When Equal Pay Day rolls around every April 4, tons of essays about the importance of closing the gender wage gap and, more recently, the racial aspects of the gender pay gap flourish.

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President Trump says US is ready to act alone on North Korea

CHRISTOPHER JOHNSON: Xi is a very confident fellow and probably thinks he's going to come in and get one over on President Trump. The Trump adminstration has expressed its concerns over North Korea's nuclear weapon's program. "Yes, we will talk about North Korea", Mr. Trump told the newspaper for a story that appeared Sunday on its website. But Mr Trump is expected to pressure China's president to do much more at their meeting this week - and he has implied that the issue of trade could ...

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Snapchat's new feature rivals YouTube's offering

The search feature should also allow Snap to take on Facebook , which is increasingly moving into Snap's turf with features such as Stories and digital stickers. BTIG first met Snapchat co-founder, Evan Spiegel , in the summer of 2013, when the company was still in its infancy with under 20 employees working out of a beach shack in Venice Beach , California.


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