• Wall Street rallies, led by Deutsche Bank, financials
Wall Street rallies, led by Deutsche Bank, financials

International Monetary Fund had warned earlier this year, Deutsche's links to the world's largest lenders make it a bigger potential risk to the wider financial system than any other global bank. The S&P 500 was up 19.5 points, or 0.91 percent, at 2,170.63 and the Nasdaq Composite was up 49.44 points, or 0.94 percent, at 5,318.60. The IT servic...

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  • Seahawks not expecting another slop-fest from Fitz, Jets
Seahawks not expecting another slop-fest from Fitz, Jets

The Seahawks signed veteran C.J. Spiller to a one-year contract to add depth at running back . NY will be facing a tough task Sunday against the NFL's No. NY coach Todd Bowles said he isn't yet sure about Decker's status. I'm pretty sure he'll take care of himself. With the Jets preparing to play Seattle on Sunday, we figured we'd check in ...

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  • Jets Rumors: Eric Decker Unlikely to Play Against Seahawks
Jets Rumors: Eric Decker Unlikely to Play Against Seahawks

Todd Bowles called it a "week-to-week" injury, indicating that surgery isn't planned at this time. Decker is tied for third on the Jets with nine catches, but leads the team with 194 yards receiving and two touchdown receptions. Marshall will see far more double teams and Forte won't have as much open room coming out of the backfield. "I have a l...

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  • DC appeals court set to hear Clean Power Plan case
DC appeals court set to hear Clean Power Plan case

The Clean Power Plan sets common-sense targets to reduce carbon pollution from our nation's largest source of these emissions , helping to protect families, public health and the economy against this urgent threat. The United States Court of Appeal for the District of Columbia will be hearing the arguments en banc , meaning all justices will ...

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  • Dollar gives back some against the yen
Dollar gives back some against the yen

Other safe havens include U.S. Treasuries which caught a bid ahead of the debate and pushed longer-term yields to three-week lows. For the week, US crude still managed to gain 3 percent. Yoshino said that there will be uncertainty until the November 8 U.S. presidential election and there are still challenges even if Clinton wins such as the ratific...

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  • Pipeline developer buys ranch near North Dakota protest camp
Pipeline developer buys ranch near North Dakota protest camp

The group will also host events in the near future to collect donations for Bigsoldier's trip and for the people in North Dakota. Dakota Access, a unit of Dallas-based Energy Transfer Partners, reports that about 45 percent of the Iowa section of the pipeline has been lowered into the ground and covered with earth, according to documents filed this...

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  • Ted Cruz Endorses Donald Trump
Ted Cruz Endorses Donald Trump

A Cruz endorsement of Trump or an expression of support will leave OH governor John Kasich and former Florida governor Jeb Bush as the most prominent Republican primary candidates still to refuse to back the nominee. "We know, without a doubt, that every [Hillary] Clinton appointee would be a Left-wing ideologue", he said of the Supreme Court. Th...

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  • Stocks gain moderately as oil, commodity prices rise
Stocks gain moderately as oil, commodity prices rise

The stock gave the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq their biggest boost. USA stocks climbed on Thursday, with big tech names leading broad gains, building on strength from a day earlier that was fuelled by the Federal Reserve's decision to stand pat on interest rates.

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  • Drugmaker Pfizer decides not to break up business
Drugmaker Pfizer decides not to break up business

The biggest USA -based drugmaker said Monday it believes it is best positioned to maximize shareholder value in its current form, but it reserves the right to split in the future if the situation changes. The company had considered the move largely because its patent-protected medicines routinely enjoyed sales growth while demand for its generics u...

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  • Koreans anxious over nuke test, but indifferent to its outcomes
Koreans anxious over nuke test, but indifferent to its outcomes

Hours before the balloon launch was due to begin, North Korea's official KCNA news agency published a commentary describing Park as "human scum without an equal in the world". South Korean Defense Minister Han Min-koo this year estimated the North's plutonium stockpile at about 40 kilograms. The foreign ministers of South Korea, U.S., and Japa...

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  • Bush Interrupting Obama to Take His Picture is Absolutely Priceless
Bush Interrupting Obama to Take His Picture is Absolutely Priceless

It's always newsworthy when two USA presidents attend a public event together and the official opening of the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture was no exception. We're America,"Obama said. "And that's what this museum explains, the fact that our stories have shaped every corner of our culture". President Obama ...

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  • Pep Guardiola thinks Sergio Aguero can contribute even more to Manchester City
Pep Guardiola thinks Sergio Aguero can contribute even more to Manchester City

He improved under Guardiola because he concentrated on the good things and working hard to play better, but he showed his dark side in this game. City can make it 10 wins out of 10 with a second victory in a week against Swansea - having beaten them 2-1 in the EFL Cup on Wednesday - but Guardiola will not let his squad become complacent after...

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  • WTO says EU failed to rein in Airbus subsidies
WTO says EU failed to rein in Airbus subsidies

The public clash came as both sides digest unpublished new WTO findings in a third pillar to the dispute, brought by the European Union over Washington tax breaks to Boeing, at least part of which Airbus says it expects to fall into the "prohibited" bucket.

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  • Fed holds rates steady in close call, strongly signals December hike
Fed holds rates steady in close call, strongly signals December hike

But she also stressed at the time the uncertainty surrounding the Fed's forecast, a nod to arguments that the U.S.is vulnerable to unexpected turbulence overseas. These "hawks" are also concerned that low rates may be spurring bubbles in assets such as commercial real estate as investors seek higher yields. With the central bank confirming that it ...

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  • Samsung to roll out Galaxy Note 7 replacements this week
Samsung to roll out Galaxy Note 7 replacements this week

The company said on Sunday it sold shares in four companies including ASML Holding NV and Seagate Technology Plc to free up money for additional investments for its core businesses, Reuters reported on Sunday. While this only seems to be limited to Best Buy stores so far, replacements devices were likely expected closer to the September 21st date...

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  • Tropical Storm Karl forms in the Atlantic
Tropical Storm Karl forms in the Atlantic

Tropical Storm Julia is maintaining its strength off the coast of the Carolinas but is expected to gradually start weakening. The rainmaker is expected to meander off the coasts of Georgia and SC. A few isolated showers could make their way inland from offshore Saturday , but the chance for rain will still be low even at the coast. So we have a...

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  • Lindsey Graham says Israel made a mistake by signing security deal
Lindsey Graham says Israel made a mistake by signing security deal

Obama said . Despite agreeing to the largest U.S. defense aid deal in history, the MOU "basically deals Congress out", Graham pointed out. "The idea that the MOU is binding on us, I'm going to fight violently", Graham said. "Yet the Palestinian leadership actually demands a Palestinian state with one pre-condition: No Jews", he said. The new...

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  • Trump Attacks Ford Motor for Outsourcing Car Production to Mexico
Trump Attacks Ford Motor for Outsourcing Car Production to Mexico

Earlier Thursday, Trump said in an interview on Fox News that Ford planned to " fire all their employees in the United States and.move to Mexico". "You know, Poppy, it is really unfortunate when politics get in the way and the facts are: Ford's investment in the US and commitment to American jobs has never been stronger", said Mark Fields, who t...

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  • Wells Fargo Announces Sale of its Fund Administration Business
Wells Fargo Announces Sale of its Fund Administration Business

CEO John Stumpf said the bank had no improper sales incentives and blamed employees for the unauthorized accounts, The Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday. Wells Fargo shares, down 13.3 percent on the year, fell 3 percent to $47.10 in mid-morning trading. Prosecutors are also focusing on whether there was willful blindness to sales prac...

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  • Kimmich shines as Bayern romp to 5-0 win over Rostov
Kimmich shines as Bayern romp to 5-0 win over Rostov

Substitute Juan Bernat finished the scoring late on. Bayern boss Carlo Ancelotti confirmed that Kingsley Coman, Arjen Robben and Jerome Boateng will not feature against Rostov despite all three players training with the squad on Monday.

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