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Estimations under Considerations: HD Supply Holdings Inc (NASDAQ:HDS)

The target price standard deviation of estimates is $1.888. 0 analysts assign "Sell" rating for the stock. 2,003,954 shares of the stock traded hands. The share price of $772.44 is at a distance of 62.96 percent from its 52-week low and down -0.33 percent versus its peak. The technical analysis of HD Supply Holdings, Inc .

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ITT Tech closure leaves students angry, confused

ITT Educational Services says it was forced to take the action after the U.S. Department of Education issued sanctions August 25, including a ban on enrolling new students who rely on federal financial aid. The company hasn't been convicted of wrongdoing; nevertheless, the Education Department recently levied a series of financial sanctions against the company, and the school's accreditor found it out of compliance.

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45 of Hanjin Shipping ships stranded at sea

At the same time, they have been increasing capacity and building larger and larger ships while prices have fallen. Hanjin carries 7.8% of the USA market's trans-Pacific trade volume: Millions of dollars worth of merchandise could be delayed by the shipper's woes, some stuck in Asia and some at US ports, as trucking companies and others avoid taking up the cargo for fear of not being paid, according to the NRF.

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Gold falls as rate rise expectations grow (again)

In particular Fischer commented in a post-Jackson Hole interview yesterday that the US job market is just about where it needs to be (according to government statistics which are hugely massaged) and that rate rises will continue to be dependent on the Fed interpretation of USA economic data.

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Pilot error blamed for Sydney flight failure

The Australian Transport Safety Bureau report said the captain and the first officer altered their usual pre-flight checks after a problem with faulty earmuffs. An Air Asia pilot may want to consider an extended holiday after flying his plane to the south-eastern Australian city of Melbourne instead of the (very different) South East Asian country of Malaysia.

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Dollar dips as dealers seek USA rate policy clues

She noted that the labor market is improving with job gains averaging 190,000 a month over the past three months. The odds of an interest rate increase in September climbed to 40 percent, from 32 percent on Thursday, according to Fed funds data.

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Hermine remains post-tropical storm, not expected to directly impact our region

The National Weather Service on Sunday morning reported the storm took a "slightly more eastward track", reducing it potential impacts inland, but warned of unsafe storm surge in coastal communities at the Jersey Shore over the Labor Day weekend.

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G20 summit and its importance on global growth

Numerous low-key objectives shared by multiple G20 members, such as strengthening enforcement against global tax avoidance and advancing cooperation on Base Erosion and Profit Shifting, certainly got a shot in the arm from this G20 gathering.

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Husband should not have to leave foundation if I win: Clinton

President Bill Clinton , will stump in Orlando. "That was pretty amusing considering that the three major evaluators of foundations gave it the highest grade they could give", Clinton said to a hot and crowded gymnasium here. In an interview that aired Tuesday, Vice President Joe Biden said that the future of the foundation has been a "moving target", but that he was confident Clinton would figure out what she would be "crystal clear to the American people about the relationship between ...

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Dollar gains as rate hike still viewed as likely

More than the headline figures, though, what concerned economists on Wall Street was the lack of wage pressure last month, which has been a persistent problem. The slower growth could reflect the mix of hiring in August tilting toward typically lower-paying fields. But pay is rising for some lower-paying jobs, particularly at restaurants.

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Putin praises DNC hack but says Russian Federation didn't do it

Going further, Putin denied that Russian Federation was behind the hacking of the Democratic National Committee - which Clinton campaign officials have alleged. He suggested his administration wasn't savvy enough in the realm of American politics to think of attempting to influence the election. "I doubt even our Foreign Ministry experts have the right feel for it".

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Short-term Price Target Updates: Abbott Laboratories (NYSE:ABT) , Mednax, Inc (NYSE:MD)

During last six month period, the net percent change held by insiders has seen a change of 4.33%. A DE judge on Friday granted a motion to expedite Alere Inc's (ALR.N) court case against Abbott Laboratories (ABT ), which seeks to ensure that Abbott lives up to the terms of its $5.8 billion takeover of the diagnostics firm, representatives for Alere stated.

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Amazon launches one-hour restaurant delivery in London

Being a fat lazy, slob just got a bit easier - Amazon has just launched a free one-hour restaurant delivery for Prime members in London. Amazon announced on Wednesday that it would be competing with the likes of Deliveroo in a number of areas in central London, by starting a restaurant delivery service.

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Indian telecom carriers face price target cut on Jio threat

Ambani emphasised the benefits of digitalisation and said in his speech that Jio is dedicated to realising the Prime Minister's inspiring vision of "Digital India" for 1.2 billion Indians. The company on Thursday filed its tariff plans with the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI). "We would now transition all the test users to the Jio Welcome Offer and they will enjoy all the benefits of Jio Welcome Offer up to 31 December 2016", the release said.

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Pound Fall 'No Immediate Benefit' To Factories, Says ONS

New figures show output went up by 0.1 per cent in July - defying market expectations of a 0.2 per cent drop. Chris Williamson, chief economist at financial data provider Markit, said: "The data confirm indications from business surveys that the vote to leave the European Union on 23 June had an immediate damaging impact on the economy".

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Lawmakers likely to do what they do best: the bare minimum

Broadly speaking, mainstream Republicans and Democrats want to pass a very short bill that lasts until just after the election so they can hammer out a more serious spending bill when they know the state of play afterward. "After the election, then the Freedom Caucus may be strengthened or weakened". After September, the House and Senate will adjourn for October and part of November, leaving only a handful of weeks after the Nov.

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Man found dead inside burning vehicle

Seals wasn't the only activist lost this year. According to The New York Times , police said Seals had lived in St. Louis, about 12 miles from where the vehicle burned. Darren Seals, 29, was a factory line worker and hip-hop musician. Seals (left) had not only been vocal about issues surrounding Brown's death but he was also involved with those involving the black community.

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Judge orders partial halt to Dakota Access construction

It halts construction on some, but not all, of the 1,172-mile pipeline that would pump oil from the fracked shale deposits in North Dakota to an oil hub in IL. Hasselman said the tribe would now wait for Boasberg's decision on Friday and pursue appeals if the judge rules against the tribe. Hasselman said Tuesday that the tribe was "disappointed that some of the important sacred sites that we had found and provided evidence for will not be protected".

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Hargreaves chief exec Gorham to step down

Net profit for the year ended June 30 rose to 176.9 million pounds ($238 million) from GBP156.7 million. The group has seen a 12 per cent increase in assets under administration for the period, reaching £61.7bn, while net revenue also increased year-on-year from £294.2m to £326.5m.

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Malaysia's central bank seen to hold key rate

Malaysia's central bank left its benchmark interest rate unchanged following July's surprise cut, as policy makers wait to see if the government will adopt additional stimulus measures in its budget next month. However, she said BNM needed to be judicious in its easing, as too aggresive an approach could be vulnerable to capital outflows, which might be more challenging to manage.

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ITT Technical Institute shuts down all its schools after Federal actions

But even ITT said it's unlikely other schools will accept ITT credits. The shutdown will leave 8,000 employees out of work and 35,000 students wondering if their education experience is of-use anymore. "Third, and most importantly, if you are a student at ITT and you are enrolled at ITT, you are going to be eligible to have all of you federal loans discharged".

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Judge grants partial stop on North Dakota pipeline work

An attorney for the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe says it is grateful that work will be temporarily stopped on a section of the four-state oil pipeline. Members of the tribe argue that building the pipeline in the region would destroy sacred sites and ancient burial grounds, and threaten their drinking-water supply.

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Merkel to Fight for Her Refugee Policy After Election Defeat

Gabriel accused Merkel's conservatives of being too slow to respond to the migrant crisis, which resulted in the success of right-wing Alternative for Germany (AfD) in the regional election held in this province on Sunday. "Right now, the chancellor is not hitting the right tone in nearly all the areas that most concern her voters: refugees, Europe, public safety", wrote Gabor Steingart, the publisher of the main business daily Handelsblatt, which has been among her strongest critics.

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Why Spectra Energy, Barnes & Noble, and 3D Systems Jumped Today

Under the terms of the transaction, Spectra shareholders will receive shares of Enbridge valued at around $40.33 each, or a premium of about 11.5% to the closing price on Friday. "Over the last two years, we've been focused on identifying opportunities that would extend and diversify our asset base and sources of growth beyond 2019", said Enbridge CEO Al Monaco.

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PPI tops list of complaints about financial products

Complaints about payday loans more than tripled in the first six months of the year, Britain's financial ombudsman said on Tuesday, though loan insurance remains the biggest bugbear for customers of banks and insurers. Analysts have already suggested that Lloyds, which has already paid £16bn in compensation, the most of any other United Kingdom bank, could have to fork out an extra £1bn.

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Ailes settles sexual harassment lawsuit by Gretchen Carlson

Ailes was hired by Rupert Murdoch to create Fox News from scratch in 1996. The lawyers spoke with more than 20 women who alleged inappropriate behavior by Ailes , and Fox has reached a settlement with two other women, who were not named.

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New Poll Shows Trump With 2-Point Lead Over Clinton

But Trump on Tuesday, surrounded by military veterans, repeated his view that Russian Federation could be a useful ally in the fight against the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS), rather than an antagonistic force the nation is now viewed as by both sides of Washington's foreign policy establishment.

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Dead, 7 Missing After Building Collapse in Tel Aviv

The Israeli military has dispatched search and rescue teams in a bid to find at least five people missing, feared buried, at the scene. One man was described as being in a serious condition. Israeli television images showed medics walking across rubble, twisted iron bars and dirt as they carried a wounded person away on a stretcher. "It's been two or two-and-a-half hours since we had any connection" with the one trapped worker who had previously been communicating with rescuers, Mizrahi said.

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RBI sets rupee reference rate at 66.5469 against United States dollar

Besides strong foreign fund inflows, dollar's weakness against other currencies overseas after data showed activity in the United States service sector slowed sharply last month, and a firm domestic equity market boosted the rupee value against the dollar, forex dealers said.

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International Business Machines Corporation (IBM) Shares are Up 0.78%

International Business Machines Corporation (NYSE: IBM ) has a P/E ratio of 12.97. On average, analysts expect that International Business Machines Corp . The share price is now at 17.84% for the past six months. The stock opened at $158.32 and $158.10 proved to be the low of the day. International Business Machines Corporation (NYSE: IBM): After opening at $159.88, the stock dipped to an intraday low of $159.15 on Friday.

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Apple CEO: Ireland Ruling Is 'Total Political Crap'

One of those lawmakers, John Halligan, said parliament should be recalled to discuss an appeal of the decision. However, the Irish tax authority agreed only 50 million euros of this was taxable in Ireland under the terms of Apple's tax deal.

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China's Xi Affirms Commitment to Sustainable Economic Growth

Leaders in the G20 agreed in 2009 to phase out fossil fuels, but are yet to set a firm date, although G7 leaders have said they would do so by 2025, as part of a broader agreement announced a year ago to decarbonise the global economy. "We should keep on going along the path of globalization", Ma said Friday in Hangzhou , China. Mrs May wants to show that the United Kingdom remains "open for business, that we will continue to be a strong and dependable partner".

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SpaceX blast, Tesla filing take a toll on Elon Musk's fortune

Tesla's newest battery upgrade indicates the Model S with Ludicrous mode is the first electrical vehicle to surpass the 300-mile range. In the email, Musk urges employees to deliver as many vehicles as possible by the end of the quarter - September 30.

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Fed's Williams says rate hike path to be shallowest in United States history

However, increase in interest rates may keep the yield curve flat and create further problems for the banks. She's a low interest-rate person, she's always been a low interest-rate person ... The Bloomberg Dollar Spot index, which tracks the currency against 10 major peers, retreated 1 percent at 4 p.m.in NY. Congress, which would normally stimulate consumer demand with tax cuts or spending increases, has insisted on austerity, warning that deficit spending would spark hyperinflation.

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Labor Day in the US keeps a lid on European markets

The long streak of job growth has been inconsistent over the last few months. US employment data released last Friday had already shown slower overall job growth in August and an unemployment rate holding at 4.9%. The converging 20- and 50-day moving averages reinforced this level of resistance and the close above this area suggests a successful test of support has been established and a return to the 2016 highs is possible.


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