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Philip Morris International had a net margin of 9.30% and a negative return on equity of 64.94%. ( NYSE :PM) or 108,979 shares. It has underperformed by 25.48% the S&P500. ( NYSE :WMT). Ntv Asset Ltd Liability Corp holds 3,831 shares. Bank of America lowered their price objective on shares of Philip Morris International from $115.00 to $113.00 and set a "neutral" rating on the stock in a research report on Friday, February 9th.
  • Congress Using Terms Like 'Saffron Terror' Shameful: Amit Shah

    Congress Using Terms Like 'Saffron Terror' Shameful: Amit Shah

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    In Karnataka, BJP president Amit Shah and state unit chief B S Yeddyurappa, a Lingayat himself, garlanded a statue and bust of Basaveshwara, while Chief Minister Siddaramaiah of the Congress, who has managed to make some inroads into the Lingayat support base enjoyed by the BJP and Yeddyurappa, garlanded a statue in Mysuru.
  • Cuomo unilaterally restores voting rights to parolees

    Cuomo unilaterally restores voting rights to parolees

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    Gov. Cuomo made the announcement Wednesday at the National Action Network. "New York City Housing Authority is a cement reservation today", Cuomo said . ME and Vermont already allow people to vote from prison. The restoration of voting rights won't be automatic. Donna Lieberman, the group's executive director, called it an "important step to strengthen our democracy".
  • NHS ransomware attack response criticised

    NHS ransomware attack response criticised

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    Nearly a year after the WannaCry ransomware attack took out banks, public transit systems, hospitals, and universities worldwide, several of the United Kingdom organizations hit have not adequately implemented cybersecurity practices that can prevent future threats, according to a Tuesday report from the UK's Committee of Public Accounts.
  • Man Gets Life Sentence for Infecting 5 With HIV

    Man Gets Life Sentence for Infecting 5 With HIV

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    Rowe - branded grotesque and a sociopath by his victims - repeatedly lied to the authorities during the investigation into his crimes, and continued to deny them in court previous year, claiming that he was cured of HIV and that he had not used sabotaged condoms.
  • Greens announce plan to legalise cannabis

    Greens announce plan to legalise cannabis

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    Figures show nearly seven million Australians have used cannabis. "Prohibition has failed. Using cannabis remains illegal, but this has not stopped Australians from using it". All over the world, more and more drug-aware citizens are subscribing to the belief that marijuana use should be treated as a public health issue , rather than a criminal issue.
  • Surat rape victim not from Odisha

    Surat rape victim not from Odisha

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    The couple is from Prakasam district and has claimed their daughter went missing in October 2017, said police. Surat Police Commissioner Satish Sharma earlier said there was no sign of a struggle at the spot where her body was recovered which indicated the crime was committed elsewhere.
  • No objection to handing over case to CBI: Jitendra

    No objection to handing over case to CBI: Jitendra

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    She, however, heaped praise at the investigation been conducted by Jammu and Kashmir police and prayed to Court that the investigation by the State police should continue. The main opposition party National Conference had said that they will consider a civil disobedience movement against the government if they fail to take action against the "erring ministers".
  • As nation's drug deaths increase, so do organ donations

    As nation's drug deaths increase, so do organ donations

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    And although the organs are from people who had risky lifestyles, people who receive such transplants don't appear to have more negative effects over time. The discard rate for ODD organs was higher than that of TDD organs and, except for lungs, lower than that of MDD organs. After standardization by HCV and IRD status, the kidney discard rates did not differ significantly (16.5% vs 16.1%).
  • Monthly dose of a new antibody may halve migraine attacks

    Monthly dose of a new antibody may halve migraine attacks

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    Working with a group of people with tough-to-treat migraine, the "study found that erenumab reduced the average number of monthly migraine headaches by more than 50 percent for almost a third of study participants", lead researcher Dr. After three months, 30 per cent of nearly 250 people treated with erenumab halved the number of headaches they suffered, compared to 14 per cent of those given a dummy drug.
  • China's Fosun enters race for Fortis Healthcare with $350 mn offer

    China's Fosun enters race for Fortis Healthcare with $350 mn offer

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    Fosun's current investment offer could lead to a potential bidding war as three companies, TPG-Manipal combine, Malaysia-based IHH Healthcare Munjal-Burman family combine, have already made offers to help Fortis. "We believe our proposal outlined in the letter will best support the company's immediate needs, while supporting the Company and its existing investors at a fair valuation to optimise long term return", Fosun added.
  • Is the Needle Ready to Move on Celgene Corporation (NASDAQ:CELG)?

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    The stock increased 0.33% or $0.13 during the last trading session, reaching $40.06. About 783,928 shares traded. KEMET Corporation (NYSE:KEM) has risen 52.43% since April 17, 2017 and is uptrending. Teachers Retirement System Of The State Of Kentucky holds 0% in KEMET Corporation (NYSE:KEM) or 20,700 shares. Advantus Cap Incorporated owns 101,974 shares for 0.18% of their portfolio.
  • Coffee and tea may help manage irregular heart rate

    Coffee and tea may help manage irregular heart rate

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    It is noted that patients who have suffered a myocardial infarction and received an average of 353 milligrams of caffeine per day, normalized heart rate. "There is significant public and professional interest in the role that caffeinated beverages - coffee, tea and energy drinks - have on cardiovascular health but the widely held belief that moderate intake can exacerbate arrhythmias is not supported by the medical literature", Prof Kistler said.
  • Carson Wentz on playing Week 1: 'That's still the goal'

    Carson Wentz on playing Week 1: 'That's still the goal'

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    He was on the sideline at U.S Bank Stadium in Minneapolis on February 4 and watched Nick Foles lead the Eagles to their first championship since 1960 with a 41-33 victory over New England. "I'd not think complacency will be an issue anyway, but that won't hurt". "I know from first year to second year I learned quite a bit about how to protect myself", said Wentz.
  • Theresa May Seduces Buhari To Legalize Same Sex Marriage

    Theresa May Seduces Buhari To Legalize Same Sex Marriage

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    Britain's Prime Minister, Theresa May , apologized on Tuesday (4/17) about Britain's role in criminalizing same-sex relations in its former colonies. At the forum she said laws that negatively affect same-sex couples were often put in place by the UK. "But like Oliver Twist, we ask for more investments".
  • 'Man with three faces' has second transplant

    'Man with three faces' has second transplant

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    The first signs of rejection appeared in 2016, and Harmon's face was removed last November after it developed necrosis. Hamon suffers from neurofibromatosis type 1, a genetic mutation that caused severe disfiguring tumours and related complications on his face.
  • Kathua rape: Jammu Bar Association faces flak

    Kathua rape: Jammu Bar Association faces flak

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    The court had said on Friday that access to justice can not be obstructed, after local lawyers tried to stop filing of the chargesheet in the case last week. "The atmosphere is highly polarised", Jaising told apex court. The minor girl had disappeared from near her home in the forests in Kathua, on January 10.
  • Four baboons made a convict-style escape from a research lab

    Four baboons made a convict-style escape from a research lab

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    The four baboons were later brought back to the enclosure. The documents show that the centre has received numerous warnings from government inspectors regarding the welfare of its inmates, and was "required to pay a fine after it was found in violation of the Animal Welfare Act in 2011", KSAT reports.
  • Kathua rape case trial started, many loo-poles in crime br. theory

    Kathua rape case trial started, many loo-poles in crime br. theory

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    At the outset, the victim's counsel Indira Jaising, who mentioned the matter for an urgent hearing in the forenoon, said the "biological father" of the victim had no grievance with regard to the police probe. The PIL filed by the victim's lawyer, seeks the transfer of case outside the J&K to Delhi. The eighth accused, a juvenile who moved a bail plea before the chief judicial magistrate, will be heard on April 26.
  • IPL 2018: Kolkata Knight Riders vs Delhi Daredevils

    IPL 2018: Kolkata Knight Riders vs Delhi Daredevils

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    The last few games left some netizens wondering if IPL matches are scripted. My performance is better under pressure. Nitish Rana (KKR), man of the match: "I have been at the end of some unlucky dismissals". Russell and Nitish Rana (59 off 35) blazed a fifth-wicket stand of 61 in just 22 balls as Kolkata racked up 200-9, a total they defended easily after Roy, Shreyas Iyer (4) and former KKR captain Gambhir (8), who rejoined Delhi in January, fell within the first three overs of the ...
  • Global 'chaos' looms if West bombs Syria again - Putin

    Global 'chaos' looms if West bombs Syria again - Putin

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    Nikki Haley , the USA ambassador to the United Nations , warned Syrian President Bashar al-Assad on Sunday that the US would launch new missile strikes against his regime if he carries out another chemical weapons attack. The Pentagon confirmed the airstrikes hit three sites: a scientific research facility in the capital, Damascus , and chemical weapons storage facilities, as well as an important command post near Homs.
  • Researchers link sedentary behavior to thinning in brain region critical for memory

    Researchers link sedentary behavior to thinning in brain region critical for memory

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    But this simplistic guideline doesn't quite cut it, said Keith Diaz, lead author of the new study and an associate research scientist in the Columbia University Department of Medicine. Research team asked study subjects about their normal sitting hours during a day. Reducing sedentary behaviour may be a possible target for interventions created to improve brain health in people at risk for Alzheimer's disease, said Siddarth.
  • Performance Up Watch on Merck & Co., Inc. (MRK)

    Performance Up Watch on Merck & Co., Inc. (MRK)

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    About 19.92M shares traded. Bunge Limited (NYSE:BG) has declined 9.19% since April 5, 2017 and is downtrending. It has underperformed by 26.49% the S&P500. (NYSE: MRK ) earned "Buy" rating by Piper Jaffray on Friday, July 28. (NYSE: MRK ). Duncker Streett Co Inc holds 0.76% or 52,383 shares. Credit Suisse maintained the stock with "Outperform" rating in Monday, February 5 report.
  • Earnings Analysis Of UBS Group AG

    Earnings Analysis Of UBS Group AG

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    Zacks Investment Research upgraded shares of UBS Group AG from a "sell" rating to a "hold" rating in a research note on Thursday, November 24th. The stock is now showing upward return of 2.11% throughout last week and witnessed declining return of -4.12% in one month period.
  • First Quarter Economic Growth Stable at 6.8%

    First Quarter Economic Growth Stable at 6.8%

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    Workers help to dock a cargo ship at a port in Qingdao, Shandong province, China April 13, 2018. "Consumption is really strong, there is strong wage growth in urban areas". Shanghai rose 0.15 percent and Japan's Nikkei was flat. The first-quarter economic performance has set a good foundation for the full year, although global uncertainties are increasing and domestic development remains uneven, the National Bureau of Statistics said.
  • Party drug ketamine has 'fast-acting benefits' for depression

    Party drug ketamine has 'fast-acting benefits' for depression

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    Canuso, MD , of Janssen Research & Development, told Healio Psychiatry . After each ketamine (or placebo) administration, the researchers waited for about four hours, then assessed the patient on the Montgomery-Åsberg Depression Rating Scale to track any change in the person's depressive state.
  • US Bancorp (USB) to Issue $0.28 Quarterly Dividend

    US Bancorp (USB) to Issue $0.28 Quarterly Dividend

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    Bancorp stock price change moved UP, DOWN or UNCHNAGE? About 3.30 million shares traded. It has outperformed by 1.64% the S&P500. (C) by 2.57% based on its latest 2017Q4 regulatory filing with the SEC. On Wednesday, November 1 the rating was maintained by JP Morgan with "Neutral". On Tuesday, January 19 the stock rating was maintained by RBC Capital Markets with "Outperform".
  • Fortis unable to engage with our offer, says IHH Healthcare of Malaysia

    Fortis unable to engage with our offer, says IHH Healthcare of Malaysia

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    On Monday the Malaysian firm said the Fortis board sent it a response letter indicating it was unable to engage with IHH due to binding agreements with Manipal Health Enterprises Private Ltd, Manipal Global Health Services and TPG Asia. IHH added that it has not entered into discussion, negotiations or transactions with Fortis. IHH said it will make appropriate announcements if there are any further material developments.
  • Cancer Australia launches Lung Cancer Framework

    Cancer Australia launches Lung Cancer Framework

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    The findings could prompt doctors to use immunotherapy as a first line of treatment for lung cancer, despite a hefty price tag of $13,000 per month. The study was published Monday in the New England Journal of Medicine . Similarly, the new drug known as checkpoint inhibitors allows the immune system of the patient in order to destroy the deadly cancerous cells. By killing some tumor cells, chemotherapy could pop open the bags, release the contents and help immune cells — unleashed by the ...
  • PM greeted by Swedish PM Lofven on arrival at Stockholm airport

    PM greeted by Swedish PM Lofven on arrival at Stockholm airport

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    During this visit, United Kingdom would be welcomed to the International Solar Alliance as well. Sweden has supported India's key "Make-in-India" manufacturing summit with Löfven leading a delegation of Swedish industry leaders to the launch of Make India in Mumbai in 2016.
  • Bb&T Corp Stake In Valero Energy (VLO) Was Increased

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    Capital One Association holds 123,659 shares. Spark Investment Management Llc who had been investing in Valero Energy Corp New for a number of months, seems to be bullish on the $44.97B market cap company. Therefore 71% are positive. Johnson & Johnson had 95 analyst reports since August 7, 2015 according to SRatingsIntel. The rating was maintained by Jefferies with "Buy" on Tuesday, January 16.
  • AIIMS bars professor from guiding PhD students for three years

    AIIMS bars professor from guiding PhD students for three years

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    It was later revealed that Adnan Khurram, the "fake" doctor, hails from Bihar and is from Baradi Bairiya village in Champaran district. He used his forged identity to make friends across departments and among medical students. AIIMS officials said the impersonation was discovered after a complaint by doctors to authorities, alleging that they had identified an "impostor" who used the hospital as a platform to attend "different political and medical events".
  • Avoid Eating Romaine Lettuce Again, Consumer Reports Says

    Avoid Eating Romaine Lettuce Again, Consumer Reports Says

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    Three of those patients have a type of kidney failure called hemolytic uremic syndrome, which is often associated with the O157:H7 E.coli strain. If you've bought lettuce lately throw it out, chances are it will make you sick. Numerous cases so far were contracted from salad mixes used in restaurants, but some cases have been linked to bagged romaine purchased in stores. "FDA should just advise consumers to avoid romaine lettuce until further notice".
  • Death notices for April 14

    Death notices for April 14

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    Richbow, Shirley Marie Richbow and Walter E. Richbow; and four siblings, Walter Richbow Jr., Thomas L. Richbow, Elizabeth Brooks and Carrie Daughty. Additional survivors include: children, Allen Schroeder, Randy Schroeder, Barbara Ebling (Larry), Bonnie Glidewell (Tim), Timmy Schroder; son-in-law, Mike Taylor; numerous grandchildren, great-grandchildren; great-great-grandchildren; numerous nieces and nephews.
  • United Nations rejects Russian resolution seeking condemnation air strikes on Syria

    United Nations rejects Russian resolution seeking condemnation air strikes on Syria

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    The vote reflected support for the airstrikes on Syrian chemical sites but it also demonstrated again the paralysis of the UN's most powerful body in dealing with the Syria conflict. Russian Federation has warned that any military action against Syria would be in violation of worldwide law as it was carried out without UN Security Council approval.
  • Twitter reacts to 'disappointing' Commonwealth Games closing ceremony

    Twitter reacts to 'disappointing' Commonwealth Games closing ceremony

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    Gold Coast and Australia bid farewell to thousands of athletes, officials and visitors from overseas with a glittering and emotional ceremony. "And people underestimate the Commonwealth Games ", she continued. "It is odd playing a match against them, but you just have to go into it and do your best to win the match". It could have gone either way. "I don't know.
  • Lets predict; Tottenham vs Man City who do you think would win???

    Lets predict; Tottenham vs Man City who do you think would win???

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    We had the first one against United, we could not do it and now we have another one against Swansea with our 60,000 people and we are going to try to be champion". The South Korea worldwide has now reverted to a wide role and is likely to line up directly against Walker, who left Tottenham past year, in the Premier League on Saturday.