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The stock increased 1.62% or $1.12 during the last trading session, reaching $70.36. The stock had a trading volume of 8,019,591 shares, compared to its average volume of 5,820,000. The firm has "Buy" rating given on Thursday, November 10 by Jefferies. The firm has "Overweight" rating by Morgan Stanley given on Friday, October 13.
  • Nigeria's Buhari not talking about 2019 election - vice president

    Nigeria's Buhari not talking about 2019 election - vice president

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    And our slogan explained it all, power to the people. "Our laws must be obeyed, our rules must be obeyed, we must follow them precepts by precepts in order to restore confidence to our people". Even the ones that people thought were political parties, people have realised that they are mere associations and clubs that have come together, wreaking havoc on our democracy.
  • Gold rises to 18-month high as dollar weakens

    Gold rises to 18-month high as dollar weakens

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    Prices of safe-haven yellow metal have risen smartly on Thursday, with a weaker dollar triggering some strong buying in gold across the Asian region. With these signals from the USA government and other central banks, "we're getting into a structurally weak dollar, and on a macro level, we could be moving into a cyclical bear market beyond 2018", Innes said.
  • Credit Suisse Believes Activision Blizzard (NASDAQ: ATVI) Still Has Room to Grow

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    Egerton Capital Uk Llp who had been investing in Activision Blizzard Inc for a number of months, seems to be less bullish one the $53.55 billion market cap company. The firm has "Buy" rating by Berenberg given on Thursday, October 6. The firm has "Buy" rating by Jefferies given on Friday, August 18. View Activision's current stock price moves here .
  • Wynn Resorts Ltd. (WYNN) Rating Reiterated by Wells Fargo & Co

    Wynn Resorts Ltd. (WYNN) Rating Reiterated by Wells Fargo & Co

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    Wynn reportedly coerced one manicurist into taking her clothes off and having sex with him. He is now charged with sexual harassment , first reported by The Wall Street Journal . Wynn has over recent years been a top donor to Republican candidates and campaign committees. "It is deplorable for anyone to find themselves in this situation", Wynn wrote in a statement.
  • Sea of Thieves closed beta extended as Rare looks into issues

    Sea of Thieves closed beta extended as Rare looks into issues

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    A fix for this issue should be in by now, but players still encountering this particular problem should head over to the dedicated support article for this error message . The game just finished a maintenance cycle for the closed beta servers, so if you haven't yet hopped in now's as good a time as any! We'll keep you updated with further developments.
  • Post Accident, Nani Assures Comeback in a Week

    Post Accident, Nani Assures Comeback in a Week

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    Later, Nani took to Twitter and said he was okay. He also said the he is going to take a small break from the shooting of his upcoming movie Krishnarjuna Yudham, and would be back on the sets in a week. The driver has been booked under section 3 of Prevention of Damages to Public Properties Act. Nani has stated " Just a few bruises here and there. Getting first aid from a nearby hospital immediately, it is heard that Nani left the hospital to home, say TV reports.
  • For Honor's Season 5 starts on February 15

    For Honor's Season 5 starts on February 15

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    Perhaps the two biggest features included in the Age of Wolves season are dedicated servers and a new training experience called Apprentice/Warrior Trials. After the launch of Season Five, For Honor will introduce three new training modes created to change the way players hone their skills. Kensei and Conqueror will receive new movesets, while Berserker, Nobuski, and Highlander will simply be re-balanced.
  • Best stocks to buy: PayPal Holdings, Inc. (PYPL)

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    Bernstein reiterated an "outperform" rating and set a $66.00 price objective (up previously from $61.00) on shares of Paypal in a research note on Tuesday, September 5th. Increasing profits are the best indication that a company can pay dividends and that the share price will trend upward. Linscomb & Williams Inc. now owns 16,248 shares of the credit services provider's stock valued at $872,000 after acquiring an additional 117 shares during the period.
  • CVS Health Corp (CVS) Shares Bought by Tocqueville Asset Management LP

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    Two analysts have rated the stock with a sell rating, eight have issued a hold rating, twelve have assigned a buy rating and two have assigned a strong buy rating to the company. North Run Capital Lp, which manages about $1.78 billion and $212.71 million US Long portfolio, upped its stake in Brookdale Sr Living Inc (NYSE:BKD) by 150,000 shares to 2.38 million shares, valued at $25.18M in 2017Q3, according to the filing.
  • QUALCOMM (QCOM) Upgraded by Vetr to Buy

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    Myriad Asset Mngmt, a Hong Kong-based fund reported 200,000 shares. Market cap is just a fancy name for a straightforward concept: it is the market value of a company's outstanding shares. (NYSE:CRM) on Monday, August 21 with "Buy" rating. (TSE:SAP) to report $0.53 EPS on February, 1.They anticipate $0.04 EPS change or 8.16% from last quarter's $0.49 EPS.
  • Daniel Sturridge Rejects Other Clubs To Wait For Nerazzurri

    Daniel Sturridge Rejects Other Clubs To Wait For Nerazzurri

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    The England worldwide is set to return from injury after six weeks on the sidelines and has hardly featured this season, starting only five times in all competitions. And Daniel has been in and out of training [through injury]. The incredible form of Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane have limited the former Manchester City and Chelsea man's game time.
  • Here's how to keep seeing Sauk Valley Media

    Here's how to keep seeing Sauk Valley Media

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    Recently, Facebook announced that it will be making more changes to your News Feed . If you want to continue seeing stories from Travel + Leisure and your other favorite publications when you log into Facebook, there are a few easy steps you can take to make it happen.
  • Google's 'Bulletin' app will help you report stories

    Google's 'Bulletin' app will help you report stories

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    It's unclear if/when Bulletin will make its way to other markets, but for someone that lives in a relatively small town, having an app where I can find stories I otherwise wouldn't hear about sounds like something I'd absolutely use. That's what we're trying to do with Bulletin '. It is giving out invitations to the citizen journalists for participation by providing them with an early access to the app-Bulletin.
  • Colgate-Palmolive shares fall on sales, growth concerns

    Colgate-Palmolive shares fall on sales, growth concerns

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    Bank Pictet & Cie Asia Ltd increased its stake in Colgate Palmolive Co (CL) by 10.07% based on its latest 2017Q3 regulatory filing with the SEC. Also, Colgate-Palmolive Company (CL) needs to expand a 12.98% increase it experienced over the past twelve months.
  • Nokia 7 Plus leaks at Geekbench with Snapdragon 660

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    Several renders of Nokia 9 have been leaked over the last few days, and the details exposed so far have indicated that it might not be a successor to Nokia 8 but a new smartphone altogether, marking the beginning of a new high-end series, according to AndroidHeadlines .
  • Hearthstone: Changes to Ranked Play system coming in March 2018

    Hearthstone: Changes to Ranked Play system coming in March 2018

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    Most notable among the changes: At the start of each new season, players will only regress 4 ranks. The goal is to make sure that players on the higher end of the ladder won't have to climb through as many ranks, while lower end players won't be cut short at Rank 20.
  • New Wireless Charging iPhone SE Expected by June

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    Apple originally meant to push the two OLED iPhones and the 6.0- to 6.1-inch LCD iPhone , but has recently started leaning toward the combination of the two LCD models plus the 6.4- to 6.5-inch OLED iPhone , abandoning the 6.0- to 6.1-inch OLED model.
  • Is Facebook Down, Not Working Today? Users Complain Of Widespread Outages

    Is Facebook Down, Not Working Today? Users Complain Of Widespread Outages

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    A live outage map shows outage hotspots across the United States, with the northeast hit particularly hard. Outage was also observed along the West Coast, in Mexico, and in parts of South America. Facebook users are having problems with their accounts today following reports of an overnight outage to the social media site. . Any posts published to Facebook are now reaching a maximum of two users, which greatly affects the amount of articles, videos and other content consumed.
  • Google and Facebook 'Deliberately Engineer Addiction — George Soros

    Google and Facebook 'Deliberately Engineer Addiction — George Soros

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    Soros's goal is to help re-establish a functioning two-party system in the USA, which will "require not only a landslide in 2018 but also a Democratic Party that will aim at non-partisan redistricting, the appointment of well-qualified judges, a properly conducted census and other measures that a functioning two-party system requires".
  • Illinois Lawmaker Proposes Ban on Youth Football Over Brain Injury Fears

    Illinois Lawmaker Proposes Ban on Youth Football Over Brain Injury Fears

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    Researchers have studied the issue for more than a decade and recently discovered that rather than paying attention to the hardest collisions, neuroscientists should be looking closely at the routine hits to the head suffered by football players, according to a report by the Los Angeles Times.
  • Capital rolls out multi-layer security for R-Day

    Capital rolls out multi-layer security for R-Day

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    The summit between India and the Association of South East Asian Nations ( Asean ) also looked at ways for the speedy conclusion of a balanced and mutually beneficial Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership, a trade pact being negotiated by 16 nations.
  • Who was Virginia Woolf and what are her most famous books?

    Who was Virginia Woolf and what are her most famous books?

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    Throughout her career, she wrote works of fiction, non-fiction, short stories, biographies and autobiographies. Like a musician, she liked to strike the mood of her books with a borrowed lyric on which she improvised infinite variations. She makes a case for women who were forced to write anonymously in A Room of One's Own and says "Anon, who wrote so many poems without signing them, was often a woman".
  • Apple's Self-Driving Car Fleet Expanded To 27 Vehicles

    Apple's Self-Driving Car Fleet Expanded To 27 Vehicles

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    The permit, however, only covered three vehicles and up to six drivers. A little more than a year ago, Apple made a decision to completely shift the focus of its auto research initiative. Alphabet's Waymo has hundreds of self-driving cars being tested on public roads in multiple states across the country. As the rise of electric vehicles brings down manufacturing and development costs, Silicon Valley-based companies are piling into the automotive industry.
  • Nintendo Is Shutting Down Miitomo, Its First Smartphone App

    Nintendo Is Shutting Down Miitomo, Its First Smartphone App

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    But since launching Miitomo , Nintendo has moved on to side-scrolling obstacle course Super Mario Run , strategic combat adventure Fire Emblem Heroes , and most recently Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp , each a discrete experiment in brand adaptation and mobile monetization.
  • Samsung To Unveil Galaxy S9 With Camera Upgrade on February 25

    Samsung To Unveil Galaxy S9 With Camera Upgrade on February 25

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    This isn't necessarily a bad thing, as the company has seen great successes with all of their recent flagships outside of the Galaxy Note 7 fiasco, but they are also falling behind competitors like Apple when it comes to innovation. How exactly the S9 camera setup will impress remains a mystery, but it's safe to assume the step-up will try to beat the competition, foremost of which are the Apple iPhone X and the Google Pixel 2.
  • Damien Chazelle Drama Gets Series Order At Apple

    Damien Chazelle Drama Gets Series Order At Apple

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    He will also executive produce along with Jordan Horowitz and Fred Berger . There are no actual details about what Chazelle's Apple show will be, but Apple is describing it as an "innovative drama". What still remains to be seen is just how Apple will unspool its pricey originals. Others include include a reboot of Steven Spielberg's anthology series " Amazing Stories ", an unnamed Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston's morning show drama , Octavia Spencer's " Are You ...
  • Take a look at how Monster Hunter

    Take a look at how Monster Hunter

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    Featuring exclusive behind-the-scenes footage and interviews with Producer Ryozo Tsujimoto, Executive Director/Art Director Kaname Fujioka and Director Yuya Tokuda, the first episode in the series examines how the project started and what inspired the vision behind bringing the living, breathing world of Monster Hunter to life on home consoles.
  • BMW 8 Series teased

    BMW 8 Series teased

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    While the competition-spec vehicle certainly gives us plenty to see, there is still some mystery surrounding the road-going version of BMW's new 8 Series . It has also confirmed that a high-performance M8 is being developed alongside the standard 8 Series range, full details of which have yet to be announced.
  • Apple Unveils Throttle Disabling & Four New Animoji In New iOS 11.3

    Apple Unveils Throttle Disabling & Four New Animoji In New iOS 11.3

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    Apple gave a sneak peek at its next iPhone operating system update and it features more Animojis (for owners of iPhone X ) - and for nearly everyone, a much-discussed option to turn off a slowdown feature for older batteries . Plus there's an update to Apple Music which the firm says will soon make it the home for music videos. The company noted that the introduction of ARKit with iOS 11 put augmented reality into the hands of hundreds of millions of iPhone and iPad users, ...
  • Google Chrome now lets you permanently mute annoying websites

    Google Chrome now lets you permanently mute annoying websites

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    Now, Chrome can safeguard against sites with abusive experiences which throw tons of unwanted content in front of the users when they click something. Chrome version 64 is a pretty big release that battens down the hatches with bug fixes in bulk. Today, we're rolling out the ability to mute the reminder ads in apps and on websites that partner with us to show ads.
  • IOS 12 Concept Shows Potential Updated Features

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    Download the update from the Software Update page and plug your iPhone or iPad in to load the update. This feature can be found in Settings - Battery and is available for iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone SE, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.
  • February's free Games with Gold for Xbox One and Xbox 360

    February's free Games with Gold for Xbox One and Xbox 360

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    Welcome to another exciting month of titles included with Games with Gold! Assassin's Creed Chronicles: India , which would regularly set you back $9.99, will be available gratis from February 16 to March 15. While Microsoft may have dropped a huge bomb on Xbox fans around the world just a few days ago, not everyone is happy with the news. Moreover, the changes to the Xbox Game Pass would also allow PC gamers to get any game under the Xbox Play Anywhere program, further undercutting ...
  • Snapchat will soon let users share their snap stories across the web

    Snapchat will soon let users share their snap stories across the web

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    Since co-founder Dorsey returned to the helm in 2015, he's tried to make Twitter a destination for a "what's happening now", striking live-video streaming partnerships and tweaking the user interface. Late past year, Dorsey said in a conference call with investors that the San Francisco-based company is 'focused on making our service faster, easier to use, and more relevant to people every day'.
  • Google Feels Your Pain, Lets You Mute Annoying Reminder Ads

    Google Feels Your Pain, Lets You Mute Annoying Reminder Ads

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    However, Google said the company plans to expand the feature to other services such as YouTube and Search and Gmail in the near future. To mute an ad, visit your Ads Settings dashboard, scroll down to the Your Reminder Ads section, and hit the little "X" next to a listed advertiser.
  • Apple said to ready revamped e-books push against Amazon

    Apple said to ready revamped e-books push against Amazon

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    It will certainly be interesting to see what it looks like, and whether the company can succeed in wresting some of the ebook market share away from Amazon. Apple was fined $450 million in 2016 in light of the 2012 case. The e-commerce giant had just over 83 percent of the US e-book market in early 2017, up from 74 percent in October 2015, according to AuthorEarnings, which tracks book sales for writers and other industry participants.