• Amazon to buy stake at hydrogen and fuel cell firm
Amazon to buy stake at hydrogen and fuel cell firm

AMZN will be able to buy the stock for $1.1893 per share. 02/28/2017 - Plug Power, Inc . had its "equal-weight" rating reiterated by analysts at Morgan Stanley. The stock traded between $1.91 and $2.40 on volume of 137 million shares traded. Our experts cover all kinds of trades... from value to momentum. from stocks under $10 to ETF and option ...

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  • Israeli killed in Palestinian car ramming in West Bank - army
Israeli killed in Palestinian car ramming in West Bank - army

The military named the dead soldier as Sergeant Elchai Teharlev, 20. The alleged attacker was arrested, an Israeli army statement said , without giving details about him. "Security poles that had been set up near the bus stop due to a previous ramming attack that had taken place at that bus stop prevented injury to other civilians who were stand...

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  • American mayors affirm climate goals even after Trump executive order
American mayors affirm climate goals even after Trump executive order

But having said that, there is still the issue that our largest trading partner is our largest trading partner, even if it is, on the issue of climate change at least, led by an ignoramus. "We regret the fact that the president is trying to dial back history, but it's not going to happen". "The concept of global warming was created by and for t...

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  • IS fighters in Mosul provoking coalition strikes on civilians: US military
IS fighters in Mosul provoking coalition strikes on civilians: US military

After routing IS from the eastern part of the city, Iraqi forces in February launched a push to drive the militants from the western half. During his visit, Guterres also met Iraqi President Fuad Masoum and the speaker of the parliament, Salim al-Jubouri, who expressed hope that the worldwide organization would increase its humanitarian aid in Ir...

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  • Fed Minutes: Members Split Over Need For Faster Rate Hikes
Fed Minutes: Members Split Over Need For Faster Rate Hikes

Members of the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) are divided on how President Donald Trump's fiscal stimulus package will affect the US economy, minutes from a Federal Reserve meeting showed Wednesday. Investors generally see the reduction in the Fed's balance sheet leading to higher rates. The release of the minutes came a day after the sud...

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  • Chelsea Clinton is in no hurry to get into politics
Chelsea Clinton is in no hurry to get into politics

Kristin Gillbrand's seat, if she vacates it to run against Trump in 2020. Looks like Chelsea Clinton doesn't think she's the person to rescue the United States from Republican rule. She didn't fully engage questions about the investigation into Russian Federation and its involvement in the presidential election, saying only that the country deser...

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  • Japanese envoys to return to S. Korea
Japanese envoys to return to S. Korea

That one, which has become a symbol for activists campaigning on behalf of the few surviving former sex slaves, still stands and Japan saw the new one in the southern port city of Busan as unacceptable. Japan's consul general in Busan, Yasuhiro Morimoto, who was also recalled, will join Nagamine in returning to South Korea, Kishida said. Followin...

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  • Japan envoy recalled over statue flap to return to S. Korea
Japan envoy recalled over statue flap to return to S. Korea

The dispute centers on the installation of statues in various locations symbolizing Korean women who were forced to work in Japanese wartime military brothels. Japan's Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga, the top government spokesman, said the government had no plans to resume talks on a planned currency swap, which was suspended as another puni...

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  • IISc is the best institution: HRD ministry
IISc is the best institution: HRD ministry

Kerala has become the state with the second highest number of colleges in the best 100 art and science colleges as per the recently published National Institutional Ranking Framework ( NIRF ) rankings for 2017. While IISC maintains its top position, interestingly, Jawaharlal Nehru University, which has remained the centre-point of student's agitati...

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  • Congress lets states block some Planned Parenthood money
Congress lets states block some Planned Parenthood money

Following a standstill in the Senate over legislation to lift federal protections on Planned Parenthood funding, Vice President Mike Pence cast a tie-breaking vote to allow the bill to move forward. From Vice President Mike Pence's unusual abhorrence towards dining alone with women , President Donald Trump's many golf trips, and Ivanka Trump...

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  • Kim Jong Nam's Body Traded for 9 Malaysians in North Korea
Kim Jong Nam's Body Traded for 9 Malaysians in North Korea

Kim Jong-nam was attacked with the lethal nerve agent VX on February 13 in Kuala Lumpur airport, in an audacious, Cold-War-style operation that triggered a diplomatic row between Malaysia and North Korea. "We hope they don't create a case like this again", Mr Najib told reporters in the southern city of Chennai . "It is detrimental to the relati...

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  • Merkel celebrates German election win, challenger deflated
Merkel celebrates German election win, challenger deflated

The CDU got 40.7 percent of votes in the election for Saarland's state legislature, while SD managed a meagre 29.6 percent of the votes. A Deutschlandtrend poll for national TV on 24 March suggested the CDU and the SPD were on level pegging nationally, but that voters favoured Mr Schulz to lead the next government in Berlin.

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  • Oil prices rise on U.S. inventories data
Oil prices rise on U.S. inventories data

USA crude futures rose 1.5% to $49.09/bbl. "If we see the prices go up as a result of any push from the producers. we will see more oil coming to the market, not just from the USA; we will also see Brazilian and Canadian oil coming to the market".

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  • Gov't watchdog to examine cost of Trump's Florida travel
Gov't watchdog to examine cost of Trump's Florida travel

Elijah Cummings of Maryland, and Sens. Security needs change with each visit depending on whether or not foreign government officials are visiting (like the weekend Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was in attendance). They also raised concerns about the cost to taxpayers. Trump has spent half of his weekends since taking office at Mar-A-Lago. ...

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  • Newcomers hope UNC's experience advantage fades at game time
Newcomers hope UNC's experience advantage fades at game time

They've played good defense all year, and in the second game of the NCAA tournament , they beat Duke by shooting 71 percent in the second half, which is unheard of for any team. Looking at the Final Four seedings and teams, it would appear the Gonzaga Bulldogs caught another break. A year ago, Marcus Paige hit a 3-pointer with 4.7 seconds lef...

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  • Consider effective alternative to pellet guns in J&K: SC to Centre
Consider effective alternative to pellet guns in J&K: SC to Centre

The stand became public a day after the Supreme Court prodded the government to come out with alternatives to the much-criticised pellet guns that have left a dozen people dead and over 300-odd blinded in at least one eye during last year's unrest.

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  • Finance Bill approved; opposition enforces five amendments
Finance Bill approved; opposition enforces five amendments

Besides Nariman, Girish Karnad, TM Krishna, Aruna Roy, Jayati Ghosh and 200 other citizen have expressed concern on the classification of the Finance Bill as "Money Bill" terming it as an "illegitimate" move by the government. Referring to crony capitalism, the Congress leader said the government has done away with the cap on contributions that com...

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  • France's Le Pen says euro exit 'wouldn't be chaos'
France's Le Pen says euro exit 'wouldn't be chaos'

The pair did not discuss the possibility of Russian Federation offering financial help to her party, according to Mr Peskov. Le Pen noted that France and Russian Federation have deep cultural, economic and strategic ties. On Sunday, while predicting the EU's demise, she was careful to say she would seek to replace it with "another Europe", whic...

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  • President Trump says Germany owes 'vast sums' to North Atlantic Treaty Organisation
President Trump says Germany owes 'vast sums' to North Atlantic Treaty Organisation

During a photo op in the Oval Office, the two did not shake hands before reporters. German media pointed to the incident as another marker of the meeting's general icy mood between the cautious German chancellor and impulsive USA president.

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  • Danny Blind fired as coach of Dutch football team
Danny Blind fired as coach of Dutch football team

After finishing third at the 2014 World Cup, the Dutch missed out on Euro 2016 and now find themselves in fourth place midway through their campaign to reach Russian Federation, six points off the lead in Group A and three back of a potential playoff spot.

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