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  • Sensex, Nifty end flat ahead of IIP numbers

    Sensex, Nifty end flat ahead of IIP numbers

    The Sensex and Nifty were trading marginally higher due to sustained buying by domestic investors and foreign funds ahead of key industrial output numbers to be released later in the day. "Major Asian markets ended on a positive note, barring the Jakarta index, while European indices like FTSE 100, CAC 40 and DAX traded higher". On the other hand Aurobindo Pharm (down 4.06 per cent ), BPCL (down 1.77 per cent ), Lupin (down 1.67 per cent ), Dr Reddy's Labs (down 1.56 per cent ) and GAIL ...

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  • MI solar industry jobs up 48% in 2016

    Another figure that provides an easy selling point to Republicans: Veterans made up 9 percent of solar workers past year, compared to 7 percent in the overall US workforce. Although Nevada added jobs in the large-scale solar sector, changes in rules for residential rooftop solar customers damaged that industry, costing the state more than 2,500 rooftop solar installation jobs.

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  • What's driving Walt Disney Co (NYSE: DIS)

    Net loss in the quarter narrowed to $70.2 million or 20 cents per diluted share compared to the $700.5 million or $1.78 per share in the same quarter past year. Citigroup Inc. reaffirmed a "buy" rating on shares of Walt Disney Company (The) in a research note on Friday, November 11th. Net income in the quarter declined 14% to $2.5 billion or $1.55 per diluted share compared to the $2.9 million or $1.73 per share in the same quarter past year.

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  • North Dakota tribe says running out of options to stop pipeline

    North Dakota tribe says running out of options to stop pipeline

    But President Donald Trump has supported the 1,172-mile (1,886-kilometer) oil pipeline, which would snake through four U.S. states, and ordered officials to reconsider. "Veterans and other tribes are expected to come to Standing Rock", Kaufman says. Currently, hundreds of so-called water protectors still remain near the site of the last, reportedly soon-to-be-completed leg of the Dakota Access Pipeline project.

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  • GoPro revives the Karma drone

    Investors sent GoPro stock down by 12.7 percent Friday to close at $9.58 a share. Although the 4K-enabled GoPro Hero5 was only made available in September past year, company CEO Nick Woodman revealed that its replacement is planned - possibly for a similar release window.

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  • Heightened traffic enforcement begins in Colorado for Super Bowl weekend

    Heightened traffic enforcement begins in Colorado for Super Bowl weekend

    The agency states that someone dies every 51 minutes due to impaired driving, including 10,265 people in 2015. "The fatality statistics prove that 2016 was a deadly year for impaired drivers", said Col. On average, a DUI can cost more than $13,500, considering fines, legal fees and increased insurance costs. "If you do plan to drink, keep in mind to pass the keys to the sober driver before kickoff".

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  • UK Services Growth Cools as Costs Dominate Companies' Concerns

    UK Services Growth Cools as Costs Dominate Companies' Concerns

    Companies reported higher fuel and labour costs and said they had to pay more for imports because of the pound's sharp fall since the referendum. IHS Markit said the figures suggest 0.4% GDP growth for the first quarter, a figure largely in-line with estimates for the final three months of a year ago.

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  • Ensure Full Remonetisation Of Banned Notes: Economic Survey's 7 Warning Signs

    The survey by the government´s chief economic advisor, Arvind Subramanian, said the so-called demonetisation scheme had a series of negative impacts, including job losses and a decline in income for farmers. The Survey prepared team led by Subramanian also listed surge in global oil prices and possible eruption of trade tensions among the major countries as other risks.

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  • H&M Is Slamming the Brakes On New Store Openings

    The new objective is to achieve a 10-15% annual sales increase from a combined brick-and-mortar and online selling effort. "We are very pleased that our online business developed very well for all our brands, both as regards sales and profitability".

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  • Google bumps Apple as most valuable brand, but Lego most

    Google bumps Apple as most valuable brand, but Lego most "powerful"

    Google moved up a notch to second place, with a value of Dollars 94 billion, up 27 percent from a year earlier, while Samsung dropped to third place, with a value still up 2 percent to USD 83 billion. However, Wells Fargo only fell three places on the overall ranking of most valuable brands, remaining the US's most valuable banking brand, due to its deep roots across the country and its market share.

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  • Some actors back the ACLU and encourage donations

    Some actors back the ACLU and encourage donations

    Emilio De Torre from the Wisconsin ACLU says his organization is poised to push back against the controversial travel ban ordered by President Donald Trump on Friday. "People understand the threats the Trump administration poses and they are willing to take action to fight those threats", Romero said . He said the ACLU also planned to ask the judge to force the government to turn over a list of anyone who was detained once they arrived in the U.S.

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  • Diageo opening Guinness brewery in US

    Diageo hopes to receive approvals and to begin construction this spring with the goal of opening the brewery this fall to mark the 200th anniversary of Guinness being first imported into the US. While finalization of these plans is still contingent on reaching agreement on several considerations, the project would represent a significant investment in Maryland in terms of economic development, job creation and tourism.

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  • TransCanada makes new application to United States for Keystone XL

    TransCanada makes new application to United States for Keystone XL

    The US State Department, in turn, has 60 days to review the application and issue a decision, according to published reports earlier this week, a period during which new hurdles may arise. The company has spent at least $2.5 billion on the project, whose total cost if built would be at least $10 billion due to delays and permitting costs.

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  • Dubai International is Still World's Busiest Airport

    Dubai International is Still World's Busiest Airport

    With monthly passenger traffic breaching the 7-million mark six times during the year, including the historic 7.72 million traffic in August, DXB's annual traffic in 2016 totalled 83,654,250 passengers, compared to 78,014,838 in 2015, a robust growth of 7.2 per cent, revealed the annual traffic report issued by operator Dubai Airports today.

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  • Aetna's $37B Humana Acquisition In Critical Condition After Judge's Ruling

    The plan, though, has languished for months while seeking federal approval. Aetna and Humana won't be stronger together. Or was this some kind of leverage play, in which Aetna would participate more broadly if the administration played ball with the company's merger plans, using the exchanges as a bargaining chip? The judge concluded that Aetna would be likely to do business in the future in those 17 counties, and that, as a result, "The merger would also be likely to substantially ...

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  • Retail spending plunges the most in five years in December

    Retail spending plunges the most in five years in December

    According to a Lloyds Bank research report, some decline was anticipated in today's report, with a monthly fall still in line with a rebound in annual growth in activity. Compared to the same month a year ago, retail sales rose 4.3% in December, missing forecasts for a 7.5% increase and following a 6.6% year-on-year gain in November.

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  • Canadian Pacific Railway Limited (USA) 18.9% Potential Upside Now Implied by Cowen

    Canadian Pacific Railway Limited (USA) 18.9% Potential Upside Now Implied by Cowen

    Shares in CSX jumped Thursday after news that outgoing Canadian Pacific Railway chief executive officer Hunter Harrison is teaming up with an activist investor to shake up the least efficient USA railroad. The original version of this story can be viewed at http://www.mareainformativa.com/zacks-investment-research-lowers-canadian-pacific-railway-ltd-cp-to-sell/95699/.

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  • Gold and silver charge higher

    Gold and silver charge higher

    After Election Day, investors betting on higher growth and inflation under President-elect Donald Trump sent the dollar and shares of financial and industrial companies higher while selling long-dated government debt and gold . Gold has come under pressure because of bets that a Trump administration will lead to strong USA economic expansion, higher interest rates and a stronger dollar.

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  • Moody's Downgrades BAT Credit Rating To Baa2 On Reynolds Acquisition

    The two businesses were in talks, and in fact, BAT had even made an offer earlier, but that was rejected by Reynolds last November. Reynolds, with headquarters in Winston-Salem, N.C., has a 34 percent cigarette market share, with Newport the leading brand in menthol; Pall Mall the leading value brand and Natural American Spirit the fastest-growing premium brand, according to the company.

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  • Soros loses $1bn on bearish bets against Trump

    Soros loses $1bn on bearish bets against Trump

    Markets have been heavily pricing in some of Trump's anticipated policies, including huge fiscal stimulus, corporate tax cuts and financial reform such as the repeal of the Dodd Frank act. Instead, the Dow Jones Industrial Average has soared 9.3 percent. Druckenmiller was able to generate a profit following the election of Trump. These trades have paid off as Mr.

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  • Facebook to bring ads to videos, will split revenue with publishers

    Facebook to bring ads to videos, will split revenue with publishers

    There's now no word on when Facebook will debut this type of video advertising, but sources claim the new ad system is right around the corner. The move by Facebook to introduce a mid-roll format is designed to incentivise publishers and brands to create more engaging content during the first 20 seconds of a video so that viewers continue watching after an ad.

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