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Barnier will 'leave nothing to chance' over Brexit — European Union

BRUSSELS-The European Union hopes to start Brexit negotiations as soon as the day after the June 8 United Kingdom elections, the bloc's chief negotiator said Wednesday. The goal is to start the Brexit negotiations the "day after" next month's United Kingdom election and that the point of the planned sequencing of the talks is to facilitate a smooth exit rather than to "hand out punishment to the U.K", he said.

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Target reimagines itself and Wall Street likes what it sees

American National Bank's holdings in Wal-Mart Stores were worth $6,452,000 at the end of the most recent quarter. (WMT) has a trading volume of 8.37 Million shares, with an average trading volume of 7550 shares - with shares dropping to a 52 week low of $60.99, and the company's shares hitting a 52 week high of $ 76.78.

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Congressman Al Green calls for Trump impeachment

John McCain, chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, said late Tuesday that the developments had reached "Watergate size and scale". The White House disputed the account of the Comey memo. The president fired the FBI director overseeing a lawful investigation of the president's campaign ties to Russian influence in the president's 2016 election.

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Bill would put health care out of reach

The think tank's study breaks down, state by state, the projected impact of the House plan's rollback of Medicaid coverage for low-income households. Congressional analysts estimate 24 million more Americans would be uninsured by 2026 under the bill, including 14 million by next year. But supporters of the 2010 Affordable Care Act said the latest numbers highlight the stark choices facing the country now.

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Publicly-owned utilities will cut bills by £220 annually, says Labour

The party launched its manifesto entitled " For the many not the few ", ahead of the election on June 8, with pledges to radically change British policy as it had existed not only under the Conservatives, but under previous Labour administrations too.

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Diplomats, Experts: 'Cold Relations' May Persist Following Trump-Erdogan Summit

In videos of the incident, men in suits can be seen exchanging blows with demonstrators before police officers attempt to separate them. "They can not just attack the woman or any person", the woman, whose name was not given, said in the interview.

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Trump lashes out at critics, 'naysayers,' unfair treatment

Today Trump heads to Groton, Connecticut, to give a speech at the US Coast Guard Academy. "Look at the way I have been treated lately, especially by the media", he said. He says they will help secure USA borders, partner with allies, pursue terrorists, stop drug smugglers and keep out "all who seek to do harm to our country".

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Steps to Protect Critical Business Data from WannaCry Ransomware Attack

Hota also said that the banks have not sent any formal compliance report still. The massive malware attack that paralyzed an estimated 300,000 computers - and counting - is putting the spotlight on whether governments should be hoarding these zero day computer exploits.

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Oil prices plunge on signal deeper supply cuts unlikely

West Texas Intermediate, the USA benchmark for the price of oil, was down 1.8 percent to $46.97 per barrel. Will they agree to extend a deal to limit oil production in an effort to shore up prices? June WTI crude fell 4.8%, to settle at $US45.52 a barrel in NY.

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UK court rejects Nestle's bid to trademark KitKat shape

Nestlé first applied to register the mark in 2010, but was later opposed by Cadbury UK, now a subsidiary of Mondelēz worldwide. In the latest ruling, three UK Court of Appeal judges said they agreed with earlier judgements that the evidence did not go "as far as to show that the consumer would perceive the (Kit Kat) bars in the basket as originating from Nestle" and not from other confectioners.

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McDonald's expands delivery partnership with UberEats

While delivery is a compelling service to offer, it isn't simple for restaurants to add. Customers often spend less when ordering food for delivery, especially at casual-dining chains that rely on alcohol orders to drive sales. But Nick Karavites, a McDonald's franchisee who operates 22 restaurants throughout the Chicago area, said the systems put in place behind the scenes ensure that orders stay organized and don't sit too long.

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Health board unscathed following global cyber attack

In fact, according to cybersecurity researchers cited in a subsequent Bloomberg report, the attackers were exploiting a vulnerability in Microsoft software that was patched in March. USA and European officials scrambled to catch the culprits behind a massive ransomware worm that caused damage across the globe over the weekend, stopping auto factories, hospitals, shops and schools, as Microsoft pinned blame on governments for not disclosing more software vulnerabilities.

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Saudi Arabia, Russia Push to Extend Oil Output Cuts Until March 2018

An OPEC source familiar with the market situation told Reuters earlier on Monday that oil inventories in floating storage have declined by one-third since the start of the year. "We've come to conclusion that the agreement needs to be extended", they said in a statement, adding that they would do "whatever it takes to achieve the desired goal of stabilising the market".

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NBA Draft Lottery Results Are In

The longest odds to win a top-three pick was the Chicago Bulls, who jumper the Heat to land the top overall pick in 2008 despite a pre-lottery position of nine. You've got a young person you can help mold and grow with. Ball and his camp have made it abundantly clear that they would prefer to play for the Lakers.

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Coca-Cola Femsa SAB de CV (KOF) Upward Trend Alert

Welch Investments LLC bought a new position in The Coca-Cola during the fourth quarter valued at approximately $115,000. Finally, SRS Capital Advisors Inc. The original version of this story can be accessed at https://www.themarketsdaily.com/2017/05/17/16579-shares-in-the-coca-cola-co-ko-acquired-by-wsfs-capital-management-llc-updated-updated.html.

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LeGarrette Blount joins the Eagles on 1-year contract

The Patriots chose not to re-sign Blount this offseason, instead bringing in running backs Rex Burkhead and Mike Gillislee. Eagles fans should be very excited about this upcoming season. In last year's playoff run, Blount gained 109 yards and scored a touchdown in three games for the Patriots. They also signed wide receivers Alshon Jeffery and Torrey Smith , giving Carson Wentz more options.

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Dollar dips against euro after weak United States economic data

Both observations suggest the Fed remains on course to approve two more rate hikes this year. "In view of realized and expected labor market conditions and inflation, the Committee chose to maintain the target range for the federal funds rate at 3/4 to 1%".

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Lincoln village GP still unable to resume full service after cyber attack

Microsoft Corp President Brad Smith sharply criticised the USA government on Sunday for "stockpiling" software flaws that it often can not protect, citing recent leaks of both NSA and Central Intelligence Agency hacking tools. It infected computers running on older versions of Microsoft operating systems like XP, locking access to files on the computer.The cyber criminals have demanded a fee of about $300 in crypto-currencies like Bitcoin for unlocking the device.

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Microsoft's President Reflects On Cyberattack, Helping Pirates And The NSA

The ransomware works by exploiting a vulnerability in Microsoft Windows. A researcher from Google posted on Twitter that an early version of WannaCry from February shared some of the same programming code as malicious software used by the Lazarus Group, the alleged North Korean government hackers behind the destructive attack on Sony Corp.in 2014 and the theft of $81 million from a Bangladesh central bank account at the New York Fed previous year.

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EU urges member nations to share more refugees

The right-wing government in Poland, which is now under the EU's rule of law monitoring procedure over its own actions, would be expected to veto any action against Hungary. The 28 European affairs ministers told EU Commissioner Frans Timmermans to increase efforts to get Warsaw in line on what many see as weakening democratic standards in Poland.

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Ford plans job cuts to boost profits

In a statement to the paper, Ford said it didn't comment on speculation. The company's stock price has suffered during the three years Fields has been CEO, succeeding Alan Mulally, and Ford's market value has slipped behind those of Tesla Inc.

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North Korea Tests Ballistic Missile Capable of Reaching US Base on Guam

The UN Security Council first imposed sanctions on North Korea in 2006 in response to its five nuclear tests and two long-range rocket launches. Following that launch, Washington began talks with North Korean ally China on possible new United Nations sanctions.

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Syria's SDF leads anti-IS fight, stoking tension with Turkey

Nine people were injured, and two people arrested. We just got a preview. Yazidi Kurd demonstrator Lucy Usoyan told broadcasterer ABC: " All of the sudden they just ran towards us , someone was beating me in the head nonstop, and I thought, 'Okay, I'm on the ground already, what is the goal to beat me?'" "They stopped us for a few minutes.

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French right torn apart as Macron, PM prepare to name government

Half of the appointees announced on Wednesday are men and half are women. After Emmanuel Macron's election, his appointment of Édouard Philippe, 46, to serve as prime minister confirms that a fresh start is well underway at the highest levels of state.

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US industrial production posts biggest gain since 2014

At 105.1% of its 2012 average, total industrial production in April was 2.2% above its year-earlier level. Digging into the underlying data, durable and nondurable goods output were both up by 1.0 percent in April, mirroring the manufacturing sector as a whole.

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Interest rates may need to rise before late 2019

At the last reading, inflation hit 2.3%, while wage growth was 2.2%. Last year Britain's economy grew 1.8 percent. Carney said the year 2017 will be "a more challenging time for British households" and "wages won't keep up with prices for goods and services they consume".

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Trump says he did not ask Comey for his loyalty

Today's Republican congressional majorities, however, have seemed singularly devoted to slowing and narrowing any serious inquiry into the thoroughly substantiated reports of Russian efforts to throw the 2016 election to Trump. "He would say, 'look sir, I really can't get into it, and you don't want me to'". The White House disputed the account. It was Trump's first public event outside the White House since Comey's ouster.

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Projections: Merkel's party wins vote in German state

The voters of North Rhine - Westphalia chose the CDU. The pro-business Free Democrats won a strong 12.6% of the vote on Sunday after a campaign headed by their national leader, Christian Lindner. A defeat for center-left governor Hannelore Kraft would be a major blow for the Social Democrats after poor showings in two previous state elections punctured the party's euphoria over Schulz's nomination.

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Trader Alert: Unusual Volume Spotted in Arbor Realty Trust, Inc. (NYSE:ABR)

It was reported on May, 17 by Barchart.com. Ferguson Wellman Capital Management Inc decreased Rpm International (RPM) stake by 3.98% reported in 2016Q4 SEC filing. The stock of Marsh & McLennan Companies, Inc. Digital Realty Trust (NYSE:DLR) last announced its quarterly earnings results on Thursday, April 27th.

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North Korea Says It Has Detained A Fourth US Citizen

U.S. President Donald Trump often talks tough about North Korea, emphasizing the need to put more pressure on the Kim Jong-un regime. Kim Hak-Song, who is also known as Jin Xuesong in Chinese, was arrested in Pyongyang on Saturday as he was about to leave North Korea after a visit of several weeks, during which he carried out agricultural development work at the experimental farm of Pyongyang University of Science & Technology ( PUST ).

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North Korea says 'new missile' can carry nuclear warhead

North Korea's leader observed the launch of the rocket, according to the Korean Central News Agency (KCNA). The missile flew for half an hour and reached an unusually high altitude before landing in the Sea of Japan, the South Korean, Japanese and USA militaries said .

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EU Commission launches procedure against Italy over Fiat emission tests

The case revolves around a type of diesel vehicle produced by FCA, an Italian-US company, which the German transport ministry said contained illegal software that made the auto appear cleaner in the official test than it was in actual road use - a so-called defeat device.

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O&G stocks buoyant after Saudi, Russia agree to extend output cuts

The Russian Energy Ministry says extending the cuts through March 31, 2018, would show "producers' determination to ensure stability, predictability and incremental development of the market". "I think that the outlook is promising", he said during a press conference Monday. In late November, OPEC agreed to cut production by 1.2 million barrels a day, the first such reduction agreement since 2008.

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Next Weeks Broker Price Targets For Stratasys, Ltd. (NASDAQ:SSYS)

The company forecast revenue in the range of $645 million to $680 million, $6.5 million above the consensus estimate at the midpoint. By historical standards, Stratasys Ltd. Stratasys presently has a consensus rating of Hold and an average price target of $23.38. COPYRIGHT VIOLATION NOTICE: " Stratasys, Ltd. (SSYS ) Updates FY17 Earnings Guidance" was posted by The Cerbat Gem and is the sole property of of The Cerbat Gem.

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New Hong Kong-China bond trade link widens foreign access

There will be no daily quota, and the regulators didn't provide a date for when trading would begin. "However, the market may not share such a bullish outlook", he said, adding that Henderson Land should consider introducing a partner to share the risk.


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