• Asian stocks drift as investors await Fed meeting
Asian stocks drift as investors await Fed meeting

Futures augured a tepid start on Wall Street with Dow futures down 0.3 percent and S&P futures shedding 0.4 percent. Shares also fell in Taiwan and most of Southeast Asia. Many economists expect the Bank of England to hold steady. The U.K. government meanwhile could formally begin the process of exiting the European Union.

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  • British Airways Launching Low-Cost, Long-Haul Airline
British Airways Launching Low-Cost, Long-Haul Airline

One-way fares start at €99 ($106) from Europe and $149 from the USA, the company said. The Level A330s will have 21 premium economy and 293 regular economy seats. IAG said although it chose Barcelona-the home base of its low-fare Vueling unit-to launch its new operation, it will look to expand its flights from other European cities."This is jus...

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  • GoPro To Cut Another 270 Jobs
GoPro To Cut Another 270 Jobs

The latest move by GoPro will also include shutting down the entertainment division as it continues to streamline its products which will include new hardware and software as well as worldwide growth per an official press release . Amid these challenges, GoPro shares have fallen 76% from their 2014 IPO. "That fed into a series of decisions that ...

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  • Nebraska's unemployment rate holds steady in January
Nebraska's unemployment rate holds steady in January

January unemployment rates increased compared to the same month past year for Jefferson and Lewis counties, but remained relatively flat in St. Lawrence County. "We continue to surpass our employment numbers each month, and once again, I can say that we now have more people working in Alabama than there have been in more than eight years", Wash...

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  • Airlines Cancel Thousands Of Flights Ahead Of Major Winter Storm
Airlines Cancel Thousands Of Flights Ahead Of Major Winter Storm

Republic Airlines has canceled 137 flights, which account for 17 percent of its Tuesday flights. Chicago is forecast to receive up to 12 inches of snow and Detroit could be hit with up to 6 inches. A powerful nor'easter is lashing the mid-Atlantic and the Northeast prompting flight cancellations across the country, including at Raleigh Durham Int...

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  • Manhattan federal prosecutor Preet Bharara fired after refusing to step down
Manhattan federal prosecutor Preet Bharara fired after refusing to step down

Bush. While this isn't exactly unheard of when the new Commander-In-Chief comes in and cleans up house of anything left behind by the former resident, the remaining Attorney's were surprised to hear about the mass resignations via the media before being told in person.

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  • Statue of young girl now staring down Wall Street Bull
Statue of young girl now staring down Wall Street Bull

The statue was installed as a call to increase gender diversity in the boardroom ahead of International Women's Day, when women across the world took to the streets to march and strike in "A Day Without A Woman" events. "We're actively pursing that it stays for a month", she said. Residents demanded the city let it stay, and the City of NY acqu...

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  • Dick's Sporting Goods Inc (DKS) Raised to
Dick's Sporting Goods Inc (DKS) Raised to "Buy" at Zacks Investment Research

Analysts reviewing Dick's Sporting Goods Inc have recently updated their recommended buy/sell ratings and price targets on the stock. Dick's Sporting Goods Inc . The Stock opened its session at $52.28 and closed at $52.61 by showing increase of 0.52 percent. Goldman Sachs Group Inc upgraded Dicks Sporting Goods from a "neutral" rating to a "...

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  • Oil prices set to rise sharply, unless new projects are approved
Oil prices set to rise sharply, unless new projects are approved

Louis, which oversees $6.1 billion, said by telephone. This is 25 percent below the previous year. Oil demand will rise over the coming five years, crossing the 100 million bpd mark in 2019 and hitting 104 million bpd by 2022, driven entirely by emerging economies.

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  • Traders Secrets on General Electric Company (GE), Apple Inc. (AAPL)
Traders Secrets on General Electric Company (GE), Apple Inc. (AAPL)

Several other large investors have also made changes to their positions in the stock. Emerson Electric Company ( NYSE:EMR ) traded up 0.091% during midday trading on Thursday, hitting $60.365. General Electric Company's dividend payout ratio (DPR) is presently 106.67%. This report was published by Community Financial News and is the property ...

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  • Snapchat Parent Poised for $24 Billion Valuation in IPO
Snapchat Parent Poised for $24 Billion Valuation in IPO

For now, Snap is expected to set a $14 to $16 price per share, which would translate to a massive $22.2 billion valuation. Moreover, 26-year-old Spiegel will continue to hold a stake of about 17 percent in the company, valued at $4.05 billion.

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  • Dreamer detained after speaking out may be deported, attorney says
Dreamer detained after speaking out may be deported, attorney says

Prior to being taken by ICE, Vargas planned to move out of the state with her brother to pursue a career as a math professor. But Abby Peterson, Vargas' attorney, said ICE agents told her on Thursday that they would instead pursue immediate deportation without a court hearing or bond because Vargas is being processed for overstaying after enter...

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  • Ford Looking At Cutting Costs In The UK As Brexit Unfolds
Ford Looking At Cutting Costs In The UK As Brexit Unfolds

Len McCluskey, head of the labour union Unite - the same union participating in the General Motors and PSA-Peugeot Citroen takeover negotiations to ensure Vauxhall's Ellesmere Port and Luton factories in the United Kingdom remain open and fully staffed - said the union would use "all its might" to prevent job losses and blamed the uncertainty assoc...

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  • Trump will drop Iraq from travel ban in new executive order
Trump will drop Iraq from travel ban in new executive order

Trump's original order banned citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the US and temporarily suspended the entry of all refugees. However, the officials confirmed the other six Muslim-majority countries - Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen - will remain on the travel ban list despite previous global outrage and condemn...

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  • Q3 GDP surprises on the upside at 7 per cent
Q3 GDP surprises on the upside at 7 per cent

The manufacturing sector also showed surprising results, as it grew by 8.3 per cent compared to 6.9 per cent in the previous quarter. Many experts had warned that demonetisation of old currency of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 on November 8 will hit the economy.

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  • Serco Group PLC reiterated as Buy By Jefferies & Co
Serco Group PLC reiterated as Buy By Jefferies & Co

Several analysts have issued reports on the company. The current consensus rating on Man Group Plc (LON:EMG) is Buy (Score: 2.60) with a consensus target price of GBX 144.62 per share, a potential. The business also recently declared a dividend, which will be paid on Tuesday, April 4th. Shareholders of record on Thursday, March 2nd will be paid a...

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  • Airbus profit dives on problems with A400M military jet
Airbus profit dives on problems with A400M military jet

Airbus CEO Tom Enders acknowledged that "the jury is still out on the long-term success" of the A400M, but insisted "it's absolutely necessary" to maintain it as long as European militaries depend on it. He said the government was "in discussions" with Airbus but declined to give further details and did not comment directly on whether Berlin was wi...

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  • FWC makes major changes to penalty rates
FWC makes major changes to penalty rates

Under the changes, retail workers and those working at pharmacies will see their Sunday double time reduced to 150% of their hourly rate. "It is not like there is a clear going rate for Saturday and Sunday work". The Fair Work Commission said the 25 per cent pay cuts would help businesses trade longer and offer more services on Sundays and ...

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  • LA Has the Worst Traffic Congestion in the World
LA Has the Worst Traffic Congestion in the World

Forbes previously ranked Mexico City, Bangkok, Istanbul, and Rio as the four worst offenders, and only one USA city (LA, of course) made the top ten. Pishue suggests that governments use traffic data and technology to make traffic move more smoothly while they consider additional road projects. The study, released on Monday, showed the United St...

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  • Jay Z is reportedly starting his own venture capital fund
Jay Z is reportedly starting his own venture capital fund

It seems like each month Jay Z is involved in some sort of business move. Sherpa Capital declined to comment. But according to a Wall Street Journal report , Aspiro AB recorded a net loss of about $US28 million ($36 million) in the year that Jay Z took control of the service.

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