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What does France's new president-elect have to offer?

Macron, 39, founded his centrist En Marche (On The Move) movement of mostly political neophytes just a year ago on a promise to inject new blood into France's discredited political class. The man who will formally become France's youngest president on Sunday has never held elected office. His victory was the third-straight defeat for far-right populist parties in Europe, following losses in the Netherlands in March and in Austria last December.

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Macron movement unveils candidate list for French polls

The former economy minister is also the first president since the founding of France's Fifth Republic in 1958, to not belong to the country's two mainstream political parties - the conservative Republicans and the left-wing Socialists. She said one of her main motives for getting into politics under Macron's banner is fighting the rise in France of the political extremes. "If I'm elected, I don't want to become a political professional".

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Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMD) & Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) Stocks Buzz

On average, analysts expect that Advanced Micro Devices will report full-year earnings of ($0.05) per share for the current year, with EPS estimates ranging from ($0.13) to $0.13. The disclosure for this sale can be found here. If we take a look on its volatility, 3.43 percent was seen in a week and for the month it was 2.77 percent.

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Analysts At Numis Securities Reiterated Lookers (LON:LOOK) As Buy

The company has market cap of $127.15 million. Kepler Cheuvreux have a GBX 1560.00 target price per share on the stock. The Company is engaged in investing in real estate assets. SSP Group PLC now has a consensus rating of Hold and a consensus target price of GBX 394.45 ($5.10). As per Friday, February 17, the company rating was maintained by Deutsche Bank.

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This week's lesson is Sally Yates was right about everything

Former Acting Attorney General Sally Yates was repeatedly attacked by Republicans on the Senate committee questioning her about her refusal to defend Trump's Muslim travel ban in court. But he added it was too soon to determine whether he would be willing to subpoena them from the White House. The vetting process for either a political appointee or someone working in the White House is far, far more invasive and far, far more thorough than a standard [Top Secret/Sensitive Compartmented ...

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Banks tipped off to new tax: Hinch calls for investigation

Speaking to the press on Thursday, Treasurer Scott Morrison said the banks needed to "pony up" and take the "reasonable" hit, explaining that it would only be four years before the budget is back in surplus. "They are the most profitable banks in the world". "Yesterday, $14 billion of value was wiped off Australian bank shares because of speculation around this new tax", he said.

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Oil price climbs as Opec offers early consensus on renewed deal

Energy Information Administration said . Last week saw supermarkets cut petrol prices twice reflecting the recent pressure on Brent crude. Oil prices edged up on Tuesday, driven by anticipation that an OPEC-led pledge to cut production would be extended beyond the first half of the year and into 2018, although overall high supply still weighed on markets.

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Oil stable on expected OPEC cut extension, drop in USA inventories

Amid reports of an Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) production cutback consensus reaching fever pitch and the market responding accordingly, Vitol delivered a one-two punch to optimists by reminding them that the oil market is not seeing a de-stocking that was expected and that USA shale continues to grow faster than anyone expected.

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Atkins: Senate GOP feeling heat over Obamacare repeal

Susan Collins, R-Maine, or Sen. I think even Democrats have started to recognize that we can't continue on the path that we're on and this is our moment and our time to fix it. "It's a very, very bad thing" to exclude women from the working group. People with medical conditions may need this help if they have a lapse in coverage.

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Snapchat shares tumble as results miss Wall Street targets

Snap's shares closed the day at $22.98 and fell close to 25% in after hours trading. On that $149.6 million in revenue, Snap reported a net loss of more than $2.2 billion . Snap's March IPO priced above the company's target range as investors put aside concerns about lack of profits and voting rights to get a piece of the action.

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Halfords Group PLC reiterated as Sell By Peel Hunt

It has a 11.62 P/E ratio. It is engaged in providing IT associates in digital and mainstream technologies, digital transformation services around Salesforce.com and SAP HANA, as well as digital learning services. SSP Group plc is an operator of food and beverage concessions in travel locations, operating restaurants, bars, cafes, food courts, lounges and stores in airports, train stations, motorway service stations and other locations.

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Atletico aim to overturn 0-3 deficit vs Real

At this point the referee got between the two players but the former AC Milan had a last word to say: "Son of a b****', the Spaniard told Ronaldo". "I'm happy to reach two consecutive finals". Karim Benzema showed some classy moves beating three defenders before setting up a goal for Real Madrid . Madrid are also in a great position to win LaLiga, but know only three victories from their remaining three matches will be enough to claim a first league title since 2012.

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United CEO takes responsibility for passenger incident

Munoz outlined numerous failings of old policies, and acknowledged United never should have called in law enforcement to remove a paid passenger from a plane for refusing to give up his seat for an airline employee who needed to be on the same flight.

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Nordstrom Shares Fall After Company Beats Estimates, Revenue Comes In Line

Gemmer Asset Management LLC now owns 2,252 shares of the specialty retailer's stock valued at $105,000 after buying an additional 18 shares during the last quarter. Zacks Investment Research raised Nordstrom from a hold rating to a buy rating and set a $50.00 price objective for the company in a research report on Tuesday, January 10th.

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Brian Molefe back at the helm of Eskom

Qoma says Molefe will be back at work on Monday. Sunday is likely to be Molefe's last day as a Member of Parliament. Former Eskom CEO and now former MP, Brian Molefe, who left the power utility under a dark cloud five months ago, will now be returning to his old job.

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Snapchat's disappointing growth leads to shares slump

According to Snap CEO Evan Spiegel, connectivity issues, as well as low bandwidth in developing markets, are holding back uptake in many global markets. Unlike Facebook , Twitter or Instagram, Snapchat isn't connecting networks of people. All that copying appears to be paying off for Facebook - and potentially hurting Snapchat.

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Snap shares plunge 20pc as quarterly revenue misses estimates

Quarterly revenue exploded to $149.6 million in the first quarter, nearly a four-fold increase from the quarter before, but analysts were expecting revenue to reach around $158 million. Its nearest competitor Facebook-owned Instagram now has 700 million users, with its "Stories" feature having 200 million daily active users. Snapchat , however, has already been more than eclipsed by Instagram Stories.

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China agrees to allow USA beef imports

The initial slate of commitments from the two countries marked the first sign of progress on the 100-day action plan that President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping called for during their meeting at Trump's Florida estate last month.

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Treasurys slide after the Fed says growth slowdown is 'transitory'

The decision to leave the target federal funds rate unchanged in a range of 0.75 per cent to 1 per cent was unanimous and in line with forecasts. Indeed, first quarter growth in gross domestic product advanced just 0.7 percent in the first quarter.

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Scandal-hit BT calls time on staff and chief's bonus

The misery has now spread to some of BT's employees. BT has lowered its earnings guidance and reduced its outlook for dividend growth to reflect the tough start to the year when it has been plagued by a number of issues notably the accounting scandal in its Italian operation.

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Lower iPhone Sales Hit Apple's (AAPL) Stock Price, For How Long?

Cook, who was in India a year ago, said that Apple had set a new March quarter record for India, where revenue grew by strong double digits. Revenue from China came down 14%, although Mr Cook partly blamed currency headwinds for the drop.

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SBI says free ATM transactions not withdrawn

The bank levies a service charge of 3 per cent plus service tax using immediate payment service (IMPS) for fund transfer through SBI Buddy to bank account. In case of cash deposit into the bank's mobile wallet worth Rs 1,000 done through business correspondents, it will attract a service charge of 0.25 per cent (minimum Rs 2 and maximum Rs 8) plus service tax.

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Canada Rookie Tied for Lead at Players

Hughes had a solid round of five birdies and no bogeys. Phil Mickelson didn't get in a practice round this week and still shot 70. Alex Noren, a prolific four-time victor on the European Tour last season, birdied his final hole to cap a flawless 68 to join Ryder Cup star JB Holmes on four under, a score later matched by exciting young Spaniard Jon Rahm.

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Oil stable on expectations of extended OPEC-led production cut

Presumably contributing to the dismal scenario painted by Vitol are indications that OPEC countries including de facto cutback leader Saudi Arabia - while adhering to their cutback quotas - are chomping at the bit to break free of their self-imposed production restraints.

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SoftBank recognises $1.4 billion losses from India investments in 2016-17

Further, in the last week of April, the news came out that internet giant SoftBank was all set to invest over $1.4 billion in Paytm. The payments company had earlier forecast seven million daily transactions and gross merchandise transactions of Rs 20,000 crore by the end of fiscal 2017.

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Leaked Labour manifesto rules out 'no deal' Brexit

Mr Corbyn avoided reporters as he arrived for the meeting, with his auto driving into the building through a side entrance. "Our manifesto will be an offer - and we believe the policies in it are very popular - that will transform the lives of many people in our society." The source said Mr Corbyn has travelled with the specialist protection unit on other occasions during the campaign, as is customary for an opposition leader in a General Election.

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Sean Spicer: Trump will not announce Paris climate decision until after G7

The White House on Tuesday postponed for a second time a key meeting on whether the United States should withdraw from the worldwide Paris climate change pact advocated by former President Barack Obama . But speculation has increased that President Donald Trump may withdraw America over fears it could hamper his oil and gas reforms. As speculation continues about how Trump will handle the agreement, Tillerson is set to travel to Alaska for an Arctic Summit council this week amid ...

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Trump creates panel to investigate voter fraud

The commission, which will include Republicans and Democrats, will be tasked with studying "vulnerabilities" in US voting systems and potential effects on "improper voting, fraudulent voter registrations and fraudulent voting", according to one official with knowledge of the announcement.

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Former PM John Howard slams Scott Morrison over bank tax

Political analyst Laurie Oakes, who has covered 48 federal budgets for the Nine Network, said the budget could have been handed down by a Labor government, but said it "does what the government needs to do" to "lift it out of the electoral doldrums".

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Govt 'upfront' about company tax: Morrison

And here we are in the year 2017 and that budget surplus has remained ever-so elusive. Follow Business Insider Australia on Facebook , Twitter , LinkedIn , and Instagram . This is a smart tax. The moves are aimed at alleviating public concerns about the dominance of the big banks following a series of scandals in the banking sector and public allegations of abuse of market power.

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Mother-daughter in London terror plot

Boular, Dich and 20-year-old Khawla Barghouthi were detained April 27 during police raids in London and nearby Kent county. It is said Boular was the leader of the alleged terror plot, assisted by the other two women. Police have now completed searches of all the addresses connected with the operation. Police officers man the cordoned off area in London's Harlesden Road, after British counter-terror police shot a woman and arrested several people in raids.

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Chelsea's Antonio Conte hopeful David Luiz will be fit for Middlesbrough game

The Brazilian fell to the ground off the ball towards the end of the impressive victory at Goodison Park and limped off to be replaced by Nathan Ake. "I didn't speak to the doctor about his injury but I don't think it's a serious injury".

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EU court advised to treat Uber as a transport service - what now?

Uber operates a transport service, not a software service, and so can be subject to taxi licensing regulations, the Advocate General of the Court of Justice of the European Union advised Thursday. The opinion represents a bloody nose but not a full knockout for Uber in its continuing fight in Europe, a region still crucial to the company despite rapid expansion in emerging markets like India.

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Trump says he 'may align' tax reform with infrastructure

He said he can't release them because they are being audited, a claim which he repeated in the interview with the Economist . "If you do need Democratic support for your tax plan, your ideal tax plan, and the price of that the Democrats say is for you to release your tax returns, would you do that?" he was asked.

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The Coca-Cola Co (KO) Shares Sold by Addenda Capital Inc

Tracking most recent quarter period, Price to book (P/B) ration is at 3.22 and Price to cash per share ration is at 18.31. Jefferies Group LLC reaffirmed a "neutral" rating and set a $45.00 target price on shares of The Coca-Cola in a research report on Tuesday, April 25th.


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