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The ease on United Kingdom households has come after lower airfare costs and a drop in the price of games and toys. According to the office for National Statistics , the slowing rate of growth was offset by increasing tobacco prices, as well as a rise in diesel and petrol prices.
  • CVS to stop digitally altered images in its store brand advertising

    CVS to stop digitally altered images in its store brand advertising

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    It has outperformed by 11.50% the S&P500. Since January 1, 0001, it had 0 insider buys, and 3 selling transactions for $3.16 million activity. During the same period in the prior year, the company posted $1.64 EPS. CVS Health earned a media sentiment score of 0.16 on Accern's scale. Its down 0.04, from 0.92 in 2017Q2. The stock grabbed 66 new institutional investments totaling 8,185,969 shares while 76 institutional investors sold out their entire positions totaling 2,278,563 shares.
  • Ford to invest $11bn in electric vehicles

    Ford to invest $11bn in electric vehicles

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    Ford says it will boost its investment in electric vehicles to $11bn (£8bn) in the next five years, more than doubling a previous commitment. By 2022, the concern should have a total of 40 models that will be either fully electric or hybrid.
  • Sensex, Nifty Scale Fresh Record Closing Highs

    Sensex, Nifty Scale Fresh Record Closing Highs

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    Indian equities continued to rally for the third day on Monday. However, major sub-indices like that of auto, pharma, IT and finished in the red on an otherwise buoyant day. "Bank Nifty led from the front owing to encouraging growth in industrial activity which raised the expectation for credit cycle improvement, while healthy domestic liquidity and strong rupee kept the direction intact", Nair added.
  • Oil hits highs as Opec members calls for output curbs to continue

    Oil hits highs as Opec members calls for output curbs to continue

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    WTI rose 0.8 per cent to US$64.30 on Friday, the highest close since December 2014. Trading has been relatively slow because of the US national holiday. S. managed money raises a clear red flag for us. USA production is now forecast to rise to 10 million barrels a day by next month, fully four months faster than previously expected.
  • Wells Fargo shares slip 1.4% premarket after profit and revenue miss

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    New York-based Jpmorgan Chase And has invested 0.08% in CommScope Holding Company, Inc. 8,494 are held by Bourgeon Capital Management Ltd Limited Liability Company. It dropped, as 61 investors sold COMM shares while 90 reduced holdings. 103 funds opened positions while 495 raised stakes. Triangle Secs Wealth Management owns 49,058 shares or 1.61% of their USA portfolio.
  • All-new Ford Ranger debuts

    All-new Ford Ranger debuts

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    Details about the 2019 Ford Ranger's return to the American market are still being tightly controlled. The all-new, 2019 Ford Ranger for North America could hardly have come at a better time; according to Ford, mid-size truck sales has grown by 83% in the U.S.
  • Regal Real Estate Investment Trust (SEHK:1881) Piotroski F-Score In Focus

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    About 61,798 shares traded or 140.55% up from the average. Washington Real Estate Investment (WRE) market momentum is building as the Awesome Oscillator (AO) is showing a down-trend in the name over the past 5 bars. It turned negative, as 12 investors sold WRE shares while 57 reduced holdings. 26 funds opened positions while 66 raised stakes. American International Gp Inc owns 51,796 shares or 0.01% of their USA portfolio.
  • Key UK contractor Carillion denies rescue plan in doubt

    Key UK contractor Carillion denies rescue plan in doubt

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    The company is the UK's second-largest construction company and a key government contractor. Carillion's worsening health could put some of its 19,500 United Kingdom employees' jobs at risk. Shadow business secretary Rebecca Long-Bailey said on Friday the Government must "stand ready to bring these contracts back into public control, stabilise the situation and safeguard our public services".
  • Dr. King's Nephew: Trump Not Racist in 'Traditional Sense'

    Dr. King's Nephew: Trump Not Racist in 'Traditional Sense'

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    King's voice was silenced a half century ago, today his message still resonates", Ms. Gaber said. It was first observed in 1986, but was not officially recognized as a paid state holiday in all 50 states until 2000, when SC adopted it as an official state holiday.
  • Uber uses 'panic button' to shield files during police raids

    Uber uses 'panic button' to shield files during police raids

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    Ripley allowed engineers based at the ride-hailing company's San Francisco headquarters to quickly deny remote access to driver and customer data. Uber used Ripley during a raid in Montreal in May 2015, according to Bloomberg . In the report , people with knowledge of Uber's operations say that the system, called Ripley, was a closely guarded secret. New Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi has been forced to play damage control as the company tries to fix a reputation damaged by countless ...
  • Delta Air Lines; Kering SA — CORPORATE REPORT

    Delta Air Lines; Kering SA — CORPORATE REPORT

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    Advisory Services Network LLC now owns 2,546 shares of the transportation company's stock worth $137,000 after buying an additional 75 shares in the last quarter. Barclays Capital maintained BJ's Restaurants, Inc. As it upholds an amended rate with more EPSGR it is prone to be a good target. Analyzing another popular indicator, it is very clear that the 10-day moving average Hilo channel is now at a Buy.
  • On Eve of Detroit show, FCA Announces $1B Investment

    On Eve of Detroit show, FCA Announces $1B Investment

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    Warren Truck now builds the latest Ram 1500 pickup, although production of next year's truck will move to Sterling Heights Assembly Plant , which is also in MI. "Manufacturing is back. Great announcement ". New data from Mexico's auto industry show the country exported 2.33 million vehicles to the U.S in 2017, an increase of 9.4 percent.
  • Iran nuclear deal gets continued European support after talks

    Iran nuclear deal gets continued European support after talks

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    Gabriel, who has been outspoken in his criticism of U.S. foreign policy since President Donald Trump took office a year ago, said the United States was right to address concerns about Iran's strategy in the Middle East. But he seems to be laying the groundwork for an eventual withdrawal. Before he took office and since he arrived in the White House , Trump has been deeply critical of the deal.
  • Senior Housing Properties Trust (NASDAQ:SNH) Given News Sentiment Rating of 0.17

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    Senior Housing Properties Trust's revenue was up 1.0% on a year-over-year basis. equities research analysts forecast that Senior Housing Properties Trust will post 1.76 earnings per share for the current year. Patten Gru owns 4,830 shares. The stock price of SNH is moving down from its 20 days moving average with -5.42% and isolated negatively from 50 days moving average with -5.34%.
  • Dropbox IPO Filing Reportedly Made Confidentially

    Dropbox IPO Filing Reportedly Made Confidentially

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    The company, valued at nearly $ 10 billion in a private fundraising round in 2014, was seeking to hire underwriters for an IPO, Reuters had reported in June. Mutual fund investors at times marked down the value of their stakes in the company. Dropbox started as a free service for consumers to share and store photos, music and other large files.
  • Walmart raises starting wages, handing out $1000 bonuses

    Walmart raises starting wages, handing out $1000 bonuses

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    Wal-Mart's hike follows Target's October decision to increase its minimum hourly wage to $11, which it will further boost to $15 by the end of 2020. Retail was among the industries that proponents of the tax overhaul said were likely to benefit. The amount of the bonus will be based on length of service.
  • Ikea ad reveals coupon when pregnant women pee on it

    Ikea ad reveals coupon when pregnant women pee on it

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    Ad week writes that it may be "a bit gross.but there's a fun twist". More complex is the technology to make it happen. The Swedish furniture retailer is running a crib ad, asking women to urinate on the page in order to learn whether they qualify for a discount.
  • Sam's Club to close

    Sam's Club to close "a series" of locations across the country

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    Business Insider reported Thursday morning that Walmart told the news outlet that it would close 63 Sam's Club locations in America, with some shuttered Thursday and others scheduled to shut down at a later date. Calls to the Sacramento, Folsom, Roseville, Yuba City and Vacaville Sam's Club stores confirm that these locations remain open. The wholesale store's 110 employees were first told about the closure on Thursday, and a notice was sent to the Indiana Department of Workforce ...
  • Recent Deal With MoneyGram Could Be What Ripple (XRP) Needed To Recover

    Recent Deal With MoneyGram Could Be What Ripple (XRP) Needed To Recover

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    In a statement, Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse described the MoneyGram tie-up as a strategic one, and said it would demonstrate XRP's ability to lower costs for money transfers between friends and families. Could that be the gas that will fuel Ripple back into the leading shoes? Following the announcement of this news, Ripple has once again begun to grow it's price.
  • Tesco Ireland sees sales rise over Christmas

    Tesco Ireland sees sales rise over Christmas

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    The fall in the second quarter was 0.1%. Worldwide revenue stood out as the worst performer, reporting GBP309 million, a 9.8% drop on a year-on-year basis, as a result of the planned closure of owned stores in loss making markets. It highlighted just how dependent fashion retailers can be on the weather, with milder autumns and winters tending to dampen demand for higher-price items such as warm coats and knitwear.
  • Circuit City plots comeback with website relaunch, smaller stores

    Circuit City plots comeback with website relaunch, smaller stores

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    Circuit City is an iconic brand in the Consumer Electronic industry, established 1949 and relaunched under new ownership in 2016. This will be Circuit City's second attempt at a comeback. This time around, Shmoel says the company is also planning to open retail kiosks and stores-within-stores. Shmoel said products will include audio-visual items, computers, gaming, imaging small appliances and smart home products, according to the Twice.com report.
  • Woman returns 'dead' Christmas tree to Costco in January for full refund

    Woman returns 'dead' Christmas tree to Costco in January for full refund

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    A woman successfully returned her Christmas tree to Costco on January 4 because it had died, according to a Facebook post that has since been removed. But I don't think it fazed her because she has no conscience. The man wrote that the woman didn't seem to mind that he took her picture. "People like this are miserable".
  • IRS Said to Need Additional $1B to Implement New Tax Law

    IRS Said to Need Additional $1B to Implement New Tax Law

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    According to the plea agreement, John's motive was to build and maintain a reputation for getting large refunds to increase his client base, which would generate more fees. The Internal Revenue Service announced today that the nation's tax season will begin Monday, Jan. 29, 2018 and reminded taxpayers claiming certain credits that refunds won't be available before late February.
  • Kodak Cryptocurrency and Blockchain Ledger Will Help Photographers Protect Their Copyright

    Kodak Cryptocurrency and Blockchain Ledger Will Help Photographers Protect Their Copyright

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    The Rochester-based company announced Tuesday that it's launching its own digital licensing and cryptocurrency similar to Bitcoin. Kodak, founded in 1880 and well known for its legacy in film-based photography, says it's partnering with WENN Digital on the KODAKOne platform to create an encrypted, digital ledger of rights ownership for photographers to register both new and archive work that they can then license within the platform.
  • New York Mayor sues five largest oil companies over global warning

    New York Mayor sues five largest oil companies over global warning

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    The city alleges the fossil fuel industry was aware for decades that burning fuel was impacting climate change. "We are going to lead the fight against climate change as if our lives depended on it - because they do", de Blasio said . New York's lawsuit follows similar suits filed by seven cities and counties in California. Stringer admitted the divestment will be "complex" and will take some time but said the city's pension funds could promote sustainability while also protecting the ...
  • Sainsbury's raises profit forecast after enjoying record Christmas

    Sainsbury's raises profit forecast after enjoying record Christmas

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    Of these, 18 replaced an existing Argos store. During the quarter to 6 January, Argos Fast Track collection grew by 39 per cent and delivery by 25 per cent. Separate industry data from Kantar Worldpanel showed shoppers spent £1bn more on grocery shopping in the last three months of 2017 compared to the year before - with Tesco seeing the best growth among the major supermarkets.
  • Chinese report hits dollar hard

    Chinese report hits dollar hard

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    The report suggests that China feels USA debt is becoming less attractive when compared to other types of investments. They also noted that trade tensions may provide a reason to reduce purchases. The U.S. 10-year note yielded 2.546 percent, the highest since March 15, while the 3-year note yield, which is sensitive to traders' views on Fed policy, was 2.074 percent, its highest since the instrument was reissued in 2007.
  • Berkshire Hathaway announce two new posts as part of succession plans

    Berkshire Hathaway announce two new posts as part of succession plans

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    Mr Buffett has led Berkshire Hathaway for more than four decades, turning it into a complex conglomerate with holdings in freight rail, major insurance companies, real estate, newspapers and utilities. He joined the company in 1992. His Iowa-based unit now runs several power companies in the United States, Canada and Britain, as well as natural gas pipelines and solar and wind farms.
  • Toyota and Mazda announce Limestone County plant

    Toyota and Mazda announce Limestone County plant

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    Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey and company executives made the announcement in a Wednesday news conference. Ivey said, "This is indeed a great day in Alabama". With more than 150 Tier 1 and 2 automotive suppliers in the state as well as automakers, there are approximately 57,000 automotive manufacturing jobs in Alabama.
  • Samsung Q4 operating profit grows more than 63%

    Samsung Q4 operating profit grows more than 63%

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    The company estimated operating profits of 15.1 trillion won ($14.1 billion) in the October to December period, an all-time high for quarterly profits and almost double the 9.2 trillion won posted a year earlier. Its operating profit for the entire year would exceed $50 trillion won (around $46 billion), which would be a first for the tech giant. Samsung will unveil its quarterly and full-year results at the end of January.
  • Amazon Founder, WashPo Owner Jeff Bezos the Richest Man in History

    Amazon Founder, WashPo Owner Jeff Bezos the Richest Man in History

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    Forbes , another media conglomerate who tracks the net worths of the world's richest, estimated that Bezos's fortune is at $104.4 billion, which is almost parallel with Bloomberg's projections. Forbes reports that with inflation, that would be worth around a whopping $150 billion. Amazon's share price, and therefore Bezos' net worth, has jumped significantly since September.
  • Jamie Dimon regrets calling bitcoin a 'fraud'

    Jamie Dimon regrets calling bitcoin a 'fraud'

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    The blockchain [technology which underpins cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin] is real. "You're going to see companies doing things in the short run like increasing wages and a bunch of stuff like that, or one-time bonuses", Dimon told FOX Business' Maria Bartiromo on "Mornings with Maria".
  • Bad Karma: GoPro slashes jobs, will exit its drone business

    Bad Karma: GoPro slashes jobs, will exit its drone business

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    GoPro will discontinue production and sales of its Karma drone , which it claims reached the number two market position in its price band in 2017. The job cuts and business restructuring will result in an estimated charge of $23 million to $33 million, most of which will be recognized in the first quarter, the company said.
  • Girl Scout event teaches money management and leadership skills

    Girl Scout event teaches money management and leadership skills

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    Cookies will be delivered from February 23 to March 1. All of the money raised stays within the council area. "We're trying to get our bronze awards and our goal is 2,500 boxes", said Black Diamond Girl Scout Mackenzie. The Girl Scout S'mores flavor which debuted in 2017 is also back for another year. Around 7,500 Girl Scouts participate in the cookie program in East Tennessee.
  • Uber's Co-Founder Could Soon Become An Actual Billionaire

    Uber's Co-Founder Could Soon Become An Actual Billionaire

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    The transaction marks a victory for new CEO Dara Khosrowshahi, who helped broker the deal and who will benefit from a deep-pocketed investor like SoftBank. Kalanick is known for his aggressive management tactics. In September , faced with a proposal to dilute his voting power, Kalanick appointed two additional members to the board in an attempt to consolidate his control.
  • Stocks for Your Case: Intel Corporation (INTC), HSBC Holdings plc

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    Montecito National Bank & Trust & Tru invested in 41,911 shares or 0.55% of the stock. United Bank now owns 43,841 shares of the chip maker's stock valued at $1,479,000 after buying an additional 22,765 shares in the last quarter. will post 3.25 EPS for the current year. INTC's profit will be $4.03B for 13.06 P/E if the $0.86 EPS becomes a reality. The chip maker reported $1.01 earnings per share (EPS) for the quarter, beating analysts' consensus estimates of $0.80 by $0.21.
  • $1.3 Million Bottle of Vodka, World's Most Expensive, Stolen

    $1.3 Million Bottle of Vodka, World's Most Expensive, Stolen

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    Made from three kilograms (6.6 pounds) of white and yellow gold, three kilograms of silver and crowned with a diamond-encrusted replica of the Russian Imperial Eagle on its cap, it is believed to be worth $1.3 million (€1.07 million). Hvass said Wednesday police were notified of the theft on Tuesday. The bottle was found at a construction site, and although it was dented and empty, its owners are thrilled to have it back.