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Investors Catching Stocks: General Mills, Inc. (NYSE:GIS)

General Mills , Inc.'s (GIS) stock price showed weak performance of -3.77% in last seven days, switched down -3.94% in last thirty days and it rose 22.26% in last one year. The company had revenue of $3928.00 million for the quarter, compared to analysts expectations of $3860.63 million. EPS in next five year years is expected to touch 6.66% while EPS growth in past 5 year was 0.50% along with sales growth of 2.20% in the last five years.

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North Korea angers world with nuclear test, even its friends

About 28,000 US troops are stationed in South Korea, which technically remains at war with its neighbor to the north. "The standardization of the nuclear warhead will enable the DPRK to produce at will and as many as it wants a variety of smaller, lighter and diversified nuclear warheads of higher strike power", KCNA said.

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Freaky Ali (2016) 2nd Day Worldwide Box Office Collection

People rated the movie with 3.5 starts out of 5 which shows that the movie ruled over majority of hearts and the movie is also expected to collect a good box office collection. It has been released in over 1,200 screens. I think romance was more hard. Therefore, if predicted Freaky Ali will collect nearly Rs. 3.5 on its first day of release in the overseas box office.

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USA stocks decline amid rate hike concerns

Given such optimism, investing in financial stocks will be judicious as the possibility of a rate hike bodes well for these. These include personal spending for July, due Monday, the Institute for Supply Management's manufacturing index for August on Thursday, and the USA government's August employment report on Friday, brokers said.

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Jill Stein, US Green Party candidate, 'defaced bulldozer'

Stein is polling at around 3 percent in the Real Clear Politics polling average. Stein joined an estimated 150 to 200 people Tuesday in support of the Standing Rock Sioux Nation, which has been fighting to keep the Dakota Access Pipeline from endangering the tribe's water supply and destroying sacred lands.

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Global oil prices slip on receding hopes to tackle a supply glut

London Brent crude for November delivery was up 12 cents at $47.75 a barrel by 0330 GMT (1130 ET), after settling up 80 cents on Monday. NYMEX crude for October delivery was down 1.03 cents at $46.59, with both contracts pressured by a stronger dollar index amid concerns over the health of the European Union economy.

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Trump And Clinton May Be Rivals, But Their Daughters Remain Friends

These are the first public campaign appearances for Chelsea Clinton since the Democratic National Convention. After Clinton's term in the White House, Hillary Clinton was ahead of the pack when she pushed for paid parental leave as a senator, which has become an important discussion in the workplace today .

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Turkey eases European Union fears on migrant deal

The group includes Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi, whose country, with Greece, is Europe's main immigration gateway. "Economic stagnation, social cohesion problems, the rise of Euroscepticism and isolationism, the strengthening of far-right populist phenomena, are issues that we can not bypass".

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Tropical storm conditions threaten Leeward Islands and Bahamas

Air Force Reserve reconnaissance aircraft this morning found that the disturbance lacks a closed circulation, and that the strongest winds have likely decreased below tropical storm strength. Forecasters have given it only a 10 percent chance of developing more before it arrives on the coast of Texas over the weekend. In their most recent predictions, NOAA expects 12 to 17 named storms, with five to eight hurricanes, two to four of them being major hurricanes.

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Hanjin Shipping shares dives at bancruptcy

BBC also reports that Parent company Hanjin Group on Tuesday also said it would inject $90m in fresh funds to resolve the disruptions to the cargo transport now stuck at sea. He said the ship has about 10 days worth of meals and 20 days worth of other foodstuffs for its crew of 20. "We are waiting indefinitely". Hanjin's founder Cho Choong-Hoon started a trucking business in 1945, and made a fortune hauling supplies for U.S.

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Tropical Storm Hermine takes aim on Florida

The system is nearing the gulf coast and will make landfall this evening in north Florida. It also is not expected to strengthen. Rain chances will go up beginning with our afternoon storms today and will continue to be high through Friday.

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Cargo Stranded After Global Shipping Company Declares Bankruptcy

Judge John Sherwood of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Newark, N.J. granted Hanjin Shipping temporary bankruptcy protection, the Wall Street Journal reported on September 6. The court, however, requested additional funds from the creditor, saying it is unclear when Hanjin Group's support package would be executed and the funds are far short of the amount required to normalize the shipping line's operation.

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US agency: Samsung Galaxy Note 7 too dangerous to use

Japanese aviation authorities on Friday followed their USA counterparts by urging passengers not to turn on or charge Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphones on aircraft following reports of explosions from faulty batteries. Consumer Reports welcomed the progress on an official recall. "In the interim, consumers can return their Note7 for another device". "Hopefully Samsung will make the appropriate fixes so their phones quit having issues sooner than later".

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Earthquake shakes swath of Midwest from Missouri to Oklahoma

The morning quake was felt as far away as Chicago and Austin, Texas. A local woman visiting family in Oklahoma was jolted awake today by one of the largest earthquakes on record. What's being done to stop it? The market for quake insurance has experienced concentration into a handful of carriers in the past five years, according to data complied by Brian Gabbert, chief of market regulation for the Oklahoma Insurance Department.

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Giant pandas rebound off endangered list

Following decades of conservational work, the Giant Panda has successfully climbed off of the IUCN's "endangered" animal list... The giant panda has experienced an increase in habitat in China, which is credited for a 17 percent increase in the population from 2004 to 2014.

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CPI slams Centre for 'closing its eyes' on Cauvery row

Government schools and colleges too will remain closed while government offices will remain open, even though attendance is likely to be thin in absence of public transport. Bus owners organizations and Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation (KSRTC) said that movement of buses all over the twin-districts will be normal on Friday.

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Obama warns of new sanctions after N Korea nuclear test

Asked if the ambassador would be summoned, Martin Schaefer told a regular government news conference: "You can expect that". For context, the atomic bomb the US dropped on Hiroshima, Japan in 1945 was 15 kilotons. North Korea says a nuclear warhead explosion test was conducted in a nuclear research center located at its northern test site, according to a broadcast from North Korea Television, KCTV.

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Geraldo Rivera says he regrets backing Ailes

Ailes as they come to light". The grateful university later named the completed facility the " Roger E. Ailes Newsroom". The Ohio University Graduate Student Senate , along with a variety of other student groups, unanimously voted on Tuesday night to tell the university to rename the space.

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Why big ships being turned away from Long Beach, LA ports

The cost of transporting containers from ports in Asia to Northern Europe and the United States jumped this week after the collapse of South Korean Hanjin Shipping Co Ltd. That's meant cargo headed to and from Asia is in limbo, much to the distress of merchants looking to stock shelves with fall fashions or Christmas toys.

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Hanjin bankruptcy puts as much as $14 billion in cargo in limbo

The shipping line asked the court to protect its assets in the United States against enforcement actions and seizure attempts by its creditors. In the meantime, South Korean regulators said they were directing Hanjin Shipping vessels to unload cargoes in a few key ports, including in Singapore and Hamburg, Germany.

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Outrage over North Korean nuclear test, but few options on the table

And while she praised Obama's "call to both strengthen the sanctions passed earlier this year with the United Nations and to impose additional sanctions", she also hinted at some distance between them, urging the USA to "make sure" China will "meaningfully increase pressure on North Korea".

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Oil price rises, but doubt over output agreement tempers the rally

Aside, strong USA dollar has also placed a negative impact on the oil prices and also other dollar-priced commodities. Figures released by Reuters show that Saudi Arabia's crude oil production slipped in August to 10.63 million barrels per day (bpd).

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India and Vietnam Upgrade to Comprehensive Strategic Partnership

With these issues involving Pakistan, the perception in India is gaining that carefully developed ties by the two countries in the last few years were being allowed to slide to further the interests of Beijing's all weather ally Pakistan. "As two important countries in this region, we also feel it necessary to further our ties on regional and global issues of common concern", said Modi, who is here on a day-long visit.

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China's auto sales grow 26.3 percent in August

Retails sales of passenger vehicles grew by almost 25 percent in China in August, marking the country's sixth consecutive month of increased sales. The performance drove the total sales in the first eight months to 16.75 million units, an 11.43 percent growth year-on-year.

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Rihanna Proves Her Vocal Power with Final VMAs 2016 Performance

With her multiple victories, she broke the record for most VMAs with 21 wins, surpassing the previous title holder Madonna , who has a total of 20 Moonman trophies. Evan and Carl, from SRP, you guys believed in me, you brought me straight to Jay Z's office, where I met Jay, Tata, L.A. Reid, Jay Brown, my whole publicity team, my grandpeeps, so many people, man, they write with me from day to day.

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MO: $9M Federal Grant Allows KCATA to Buy New Buses

Loebsack states, "Having access to reliable transportation, especially for folks in rural areas to connect with more urban communities, is essential for growth across the state". The Central Arkansas Transit Authority, which operates Rock Region Metro, is receiving $1.65 million to purchase compressed natural gas buses to replace older vehicles.

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Tennessee-Virginia Tech Preview Capsule

Notre Dame (115,109). He can't fathom what it will be like to have a college football game in front of that kind of crowd and atmosphere. University of Tennessee senior Payton Miller painted the Rock in downtown Bristol on Thursday evening during the Battle on the State Line Kickoff event.

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Protesters opposing oil pipeline rally in downtown Chicago

Opposition to the pipeline has drawn support from 200 Native American tribes, along with celebrities and activists from across the globe. U.S. District Judge James Boasberg says he'll rule by the end of Friday on the Standing Rock Sioux tribe's request to block the project, which will carry oil from North Dakota to IL.

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Clinton speaks more openly about her faith and values in election homestretch

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton set aside her "Midwestern Methodist" reluctance to wear her religion on her sleeve, and preached to the choir in a message peppered with Bible verses and personal experiences in African-American churches in an address September 8 to the National Baptist Convention, USA, Inc .

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Malaysia condemns North Korean nuclear test

South Korea's military put the force of the blast at 10 kilotons , which would still be the North's most powerful nuclear blast to date. North Korea later confirmed it had conducted its fifth nuclear test . India's concern stems from suspected secret cooperation between Pakistan and North Korea on missile technology. The country has previously conducted tests every three to four years.

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Flight shares climb after news of Micro Focus-HPE mega

The combined entity will have annual revenues of 4.5 billion U.S. dollars (£3.4 billion), creating one of the biggest software firms in the UK. For the deal, HPE will subsidize its software business assets in areas including big data analytics, application delivery management and enterprise security to Micro Focus for $2.5 billion in cash.

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Trump, Clinton Grapple With Fallout From Forum

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump's assessment President Vladimir Putin of Russian Federation a better leader than President Barack Obama has set off new controversy. Trump's unusual campaign places even more pressure on moderators who try for fairness because he tells more falsehoods than most politicians, said Glenn Kessler , who writes the Fact Checker column for The Washington Post .

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Clinton, Trump escalate fight in dramatic week on national security

Clinton said she would be willing to help out the Obama daughters if they needed advice on how to live their lives after the White House. This is today's Republican Party for you: respectable, responsible types are concerned it looks bad to have the nominee himself engaging in sledgehammer attacks and wish his campaign would farm the attacks out to get a degree of distance.

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Buildings Flattened, Cars Tossed But No Serious Injuries After Indiana Tornadoes

Indiana University Kokomo cancelled all events on campus Wednesday evening due to the severe weather . Utility companies reported at least 18,000 homes and businesses remained without electricity Thursday morning. He added that the complex has 16 buildings and "probably eight of them don't have a roof". Falling tree limbs and air conditioners damaged 20 to 30 cars, he said.

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Discover Financial Services (DFS) Downgraded by Barclays PLC

Several studies suggest that positive earnings surprises not only lead to an immediate hike in a stock's price, but also to a gradual increase over time. The Company provides direct banking products and services and payment services through its subsidiaries. The company now has an average rating of "Buy" and an average price target of $63.79.


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