Spurred on by criticism, Paulinho scores crucial hat-trick

Spurred on by criticism, Paulinho scores crucial hat-trick

On 19 minutes Neymar teed up Paulinho - who is now coining it in in China and he rifled home a 30-yard peach to remind Tottenham fans of his firepower. Uruguay will travel to face Peru. The result takes the pressure off Argentina, whose players have refused to speak to the media because of criticism they have endured over recent games. Read More

Flashback: London's Mayor Welcomes Migrants, Says Attacks Are Part of Life

In it, Khan said that preparedness for terror attacks is "part and parcel of living in a big city", and asked Londoners to be correspondingly "vigilant". Trump's son, Donald Trump Jr., manages the Trump Organization and has no role in the White House, but he remains an occasional surrogate for his father. Read More

United Kingdom cities cheapest in decades for visitors as pound slides

United Kingdom cities cheapest in decades for visitors as pound slides

The biannual survey compared the prices of over 160 items in 140 cities around the world with the collated prices converted into the USA dollar using a prevailing exchange rate. 24) and Manchester (No. 51, making the steepest drop of 25 places) down the ranking - with the British capital in its lowest position in 20 years. Istanbul ranked 62nd this year, outperforming 16 countries compared to last year. Read More

Dozens of Brazilian government officials suspended for exporting rotten meat products

Senior Brazilian Government representatives apparently flew to Beijing over the weekend to try to resolve the issue. The scandal is threatening Brazil's reputation as the world's biggest beef and poultry-exporting nation. Police said among those arrested were two JBS employees and three BRF employees. Investigators also found evidence that some companies manipulated certificates on meat for export to Spain and Italy. Read More

Saudi oil exports fall in Jan

Saudi Arabia's domestic crude inventories fell further to 261.963 million barrels in January from 272.621 million barrels in December, the JODI data showed. Brent crude, an worldwide benchmark, fell to $51.69 per barrel Monday, stalling a climb to $52 after a sharp drop to $51 from around $56 during the second week of March. Read More

NRP obtain Canada-wide arrest warrant for Justin Kuijer

NRP obtain Canada-wide arrest warrant for Justin Kuijer

Catharines, Ont., Friday morning. Niagara police are on the hunt for Kuijer, a 43-year-old Ontario man wanted in connection to a stabbing at a bank and linked to the investigation of his stepson's death. “But we cant do that because of the measures they took to try and save his life.”. Investigators say the stabbing was not a robbery or domestic violence matter but that Kuijer and the woman knew each other professionally. Read More

Stocks rise with eyes on Fed, Dutch vote

Stocks rise with eyes on Fed, Dutch vote

US long-dated and benchmark Treasury yields edged lower on Tuesday after a drop in oil prices was viewed as a deflationary sign, but the drop in yields was limited as investors awaited the Federal Reserve's policy statement on Wednesday. The euro, which touched its highest level in 5-1/2-weeks early on Friday, hovered near that level at $1.0773, after two days of strong gains. It fell as much as 0.7 percent against the euro to 87.85 pence, it was last trading at 87.48 pence per euro. Read More

Tesla raises $1.2 billion for Model 3 launch

The proceeds from Tesla's offering of $250 million in shares and $750 million in convertible debt will be used to strengthen its balance sheet and reduce risks associated with introducing the Model 3 sedan, Tesla said in a statement. According to TechTimes , Musk will be purchasing $25 million of the common stock offered. So, this cash raise is more with an eye towards making preparations for contingencies and offset risk for shareholders, as compared to any real, urgent need on Tesla's ... Read More

Tokyo stocks edge lower as yen rises after Fed meeting

Tokyo stocks edge lower as yen rises after Fed meeting

Economists had forecast a 0.1 percent rise. Germany's DAX lost 0.1 percent to 11,973.58. The Nikkei shed 0.4 percent to 19,521.59. India's Sensex gained 1.6 percent to 29,401.19. Japan's central bank has so far opted to retain its ultra-lax monetary stimulus, but that could change. The British government, meanwhile, has been cleared by parliament to formally begin the process of exiting the EU. Read More

Amgen's Repatha Results Not Good Enough For The Street

Results from the long-awaited Fourier trial, created to test Amgen's Repatha as a tool to cut cardiovascular risks, showed that the drug scythed heart attack risks by 27% over the course of the study, which followed patients for an average of two years. Read More

Russian Federation runs up cyber score against USA with Yahoo, election hacks

Russian Federation runs up cyber score against USA with Yahoo, election hacks

McCord said the hackers targeted the accounts of government officials from both Russian Federation and the United States, as well as journalists, financial services employees and military personnel. "It is very important for corporations around the country to know that when you are going against the resources and backing of a nation state, it is not a fair fight, and it is not a fight you are likely to win alone", McCord said. Read More

A Carnival Cruise Ship Almost Hit Some Jet Skiers

A Carnival Cruise Ship Almost Hit Some Jet Skiers

While attempting to get back on board, the panicked vacationer accidentally flipped the jet ski over completely. "Brown, the Captain and bridge team of the Carnival Magic, and Deputy Primmer for their outstanding actions that resulted in the rescue of these boaters", the Canaveral Pilots Association said in a statement . Read More

Pandora Premium: New Service Aims To Compete With Spotify, SoundCloud

Pandora Premium: New Service Aims To Compete With Spotify, SoundCloud

Apple has more than 20 million subscribers to Apple Music . "If this is your first time signing up for a streaming service, you'd be hard-pressed to find an easier experience". How are they the same? Pandora's unique advantage is its understanding of what users like, making the service like "a friend you have known for a while", Westergren said. Read More

Canada Revenue Agency online services running again after being offline since Friday

Canada Revenue Agency online services running again after being offline since Friday

Walters could not specify when the services would be restored, saying only that the digital services would "remain offline until the CRA has determined there is no longer a security vulnerability". Canadians planning to file their taxes online could face difficulties as the threat of hacking prompted the Canada Revenue Agency to take down the service indefinitely. Read More

United Kingdom parliament passes Brexit Bill and opens way to triggering Article 50

Theresa May has been granted the power to formally start the Brexit process whenever she wants, after parliament approved legislation on Monday night granting the government the power to invoke Article 50 . The Government has committed to triggering Article 50 by the end of March but will not give further detail on the timing. "We are now on the threshold of the most important negotiation for our country in a generation". Read More

Indonesian Stocks & Rupiah Ahead of Looming Fed Rate Hike

Indonesian Stocks & Rupiah Ahead of Looming Fed Rate Hike

The Federal Reserve, which has struggled to stoke inflation since the financial crisis and up until now raised rates less frequently than it and markets expected, may be about to hit the accelerator on rate hikes. Uncertainty over the Republican's plan to "repeal and replace" the government's healthcare plan put pressure on healthcare stocks . After March, however, primary dealers were split on the timing for when the Fed would raise rates during the rest of 2017. Read More

Oil prices recover marginally after plummeting to three-month low

Subdued refinery activity as operators perform seasonal maintenance in the USA could also put a lid on any rallies. The Saudis will continue to be interested in controlling the price of oil by trying to strike a balanced price that would allow them to increase oil revenues on the one hand, and curtail a significant rise in USA shale output on the other hand, Rosneft told Reuters . Read More

Ulta Beauty to continue aggressive store expansion

Ulta Beauty to continue aggressive store expansion

One investment analyst has rated the stock with a sell rating, ten have assigned a hold rating and fourteen have given a buy rating to the stock . Ulta Beauty now has an average rating of Buy and an average price target of $276.26. This story was first posted by Chaffey Breeze and is the property of of Chaffey Breeze. If you are reading this piece on another domain, it was copied illegally and reposted in violation of worldwide trademark and copyright law. Read More

HSBC Securities Released

HSBC Securities Released "Hold" Rating on Exxon Mobil Corporation (XOM)

Relative volume is ratio between current volume and 3-month average value, intraday adjusted. Northpointe Capital LLC raised its position in Exxon Mobil by 4.5% in the third quarter. This represents a $3.00 annualized dividend and a dividend yield of 3.67%. The ex-dividend date of this dividend is Tuesday, November 8th. In October 2015, the three-member ICSID arbitration panel rejected Exxon Mobil's arguments that Venezuela's nationalization represented an illegal expropriation, but ... Read More

South Korea deeply divided over impeachment

South Korea deeply divided over impeachment

Her confidante Choi Soon-Sil, the woman at the centre of the scandal, is already on trial. Park has not made a statement and remained holed up in the presidential palace, but would soon leave to her private residence, a spokesperson said. Read More