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Netflix Falls Short of Q2 Subscriber Expectations Worldwide, Stock Dives

Despite the weak quarter, and a lowered outlook for the third quarter, Emarketer expects Netflix to remain the clear leader among video streaming services in the US. Investors value Netflix at a far higher level than other media companies of similar ...

Amazon deals: 30% off Fat Face items in lightning deal

Both Amazon and Target are offering exclusive promotions during their sales. Starting July 16 at 12PM PT/3PM ET you shop more than one million deals worldwide. Shoppers can also look out for deals on other popular phones, laptops, DSLRs, Ama...

Amazon Prime Day vs Black Friday price comparison

The upcoming sale from Flipkart will be offering unmatched offers under Blockbuster deals, Rush Hour Deals, First Time Discounts , and Price Crash offers. Amazon Prime Day 2018 Sale Starts Today at 12PM; Attractive Offers, Deals on Smartphones, Ho...

Netflix Would Prefer Comcast Win Fox Over Disney

Currently, the bid by Comcast stands at £26bn. Speaking to CNBC , Fries said that Liberty both competed and partnered with Sky in the United Kingdom and said that the market was "healthy and vibrant" and competitive. - a move that could bear relev...

US Lifts Trade Ban On ZTE

The Commerce Department removed the ban shortly after ZTE deposited $400 million in a USA bank escrow account as part of a settlement reached last month . "There is no "deal" with a state-directed company that the Chinese government and Communist Pa...

Elon Musk Calls Diver in Thai Soccer Team Rescue a Pedophile

Some users reported Musk's comments to Twitter , one saying he "shouldn't be allowed to use Twitter to unleash [his] followers on people like this". In his first tweet of the thread , Musk said he didn't meet Unsworth and that he "never saw this ...

Tesla customers could lose thousands in tax credits next year

Under a major tax overhaul passed by the Republican-controlled U.S. Congress late past year, financial incentives in the way of tax credits that lower the cost of electric vehicles are available for the first 200,000 such vehicles sold by an auto...

McDonald's removing salads from 3,000 stores after illness caused by parasite

Approximately one-fourth of the patients reported eating a McDonald's salad in the days before they became ill, and a similar pattern is being tracked in Iowa . The chain says it's in the process of removing these salads from its restaurants and dis...

'Pay Your Age Day' lines close at Build-A-Bear

The statement went on to say they understood the disappointment and were working to address the situation. The discount applied to any Make-Your-Own bear in U.S., Canada and United Kingdom stores. The chain said all lines in all stores would not ac...

Justice Department appeals AT&T-Time Warner merger

The merger was swiftly consummated, just two days after Leon's June 12 ruling and nearly as soon as the Justice Department signaled it wouldn't seek to temporarily block the merger while it pondered an appeal . Leon, though, also warned against an...

Chuck E. Cheese's answers 'bear' fiasco with own Pay Your Age day

The popular retailer Build-A-Bear is trying to make amends after it pulled the plug on a big sale due to overcrowding. You can redeem your voucher through August 31. Thousands of people lined up at stores across the U.S., Canada and the U.K. Thursd...

Was Elon Musk's mini submarine just a play for good publicity?

Chu's idea for a film based on the Thai cave rescue comes a day after Pure Flix Entertainment co-founder Michael Scott said he also has ideas for a film about the 12 boys and their 25-year -old coach . Their discovery immediately prompted disc...

National organization of Indigenous women "deeply concerned" by Greyhound cuts

The company blamed "a challenging transportation environment that is characterized by declining ridership in rural communities; increased competition from subsidized national and inter-regional passenger transportation services; the new entry of ul...

Trump claims North Atlantic Treaty Organisation victory but details in dispute

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg called an emergency session of all 29 allies to address Trump's demands, and the USA leader said his hectoring had paid off. But when pressed on the figures, he referred only to the $40bn (€34.2bn) in increas...

Woolworth recalls savoury rice after listeria outbreak in Europe

In vulnerable people, listeriosis can be serious and fatal. Listeria monocytogenes pose a major risk to pregnant women, the elderly and people with immune system problems. And the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) said listeria has been aff...

Trump says North Atlantic Treaty Organisation members agreed to meet spending commitments

Trump, in a series of tweets from Brussels , said that, "Presidents have been trying unsuccessfully for years to get Germany and other rich NATO Nations to pay more toward their protection from Russian Federation". Trump insisted that he would bri...

U.S. Poised to Publish $200 Billion China Tariff List

President Donald Trump vowed to hit back after China retaliated for the first round of 25% tariffs on $34 billion worth of imports that Washington imposed last week . The tariffs could take effect after public consultations end on August 30, accor...

Crude Mixed as Asian Refiners React to Impending Trade War

It is now trying to negotiate a waiver from the US sanctions, but judging by the State Department's stated goal to reduce Iran's crude oil exports to zero, success is uncertain. American oil producers may find a new friend in India as they brace fo...

Why higher unemployment signals a strengthening economy

How could an increase in the jobless rate be good news? "Despite ongoing concerns about being on the brink of a trade war, today's jobs report shows the continued strength of the economic recovery in the USA", said Tony Bedikian, head of global m...

B.C. a 'curiosity' as province sheds 8000 jobs in June

The Canadian dollar initially strengthened to C$1.3095 to the USA dollar, or 76.37 US cents, up from C$1.3137, or 76.12 US cents, before later giving up its gains. "After an impressive performance in 2017, the Canadian labour market definitely took a...

USA tariffs take effect, China announces retaliation

When it comes to China, Trump believes Beijing is using "unfair" trade practices to gain an advantage on the United States , including lax observation of intellectual property law. "So we have 50 plus 200 plus nearly 300". This trade war will ...

World powers try keep Iran nuclear deal alive

Trump announced on May 8 that Washington was walking away from the nuclear agreement, which was reached between Iran and the five permanent members of the UN Security Council - the United States, Britain, France, Russia and China - Germany, and the E...

President Trump wants to lower oil prices, but isn’t entirely sure how

Futures dropped as much as 1.7% in NY following a government report showing U.S. crude inventories climbed 1.25 million barrels last week as imports rose and exports fell. Moreover, Obama was able to do this without increasing oil prices because a ...

Micron says China ban unfair but won’t hurt revenue

UMC shares rose as much as 3.9 percent on Wednesday, before erasing a chunk of the gains to be up 1 percent. The company said on Thursday that it expects to lose only one percent of its revenue because of the order, which was handed down by Fuzhou...

China's HNA Group Chairman Wang dies after fall in France

Wang Jian, 57, was injured in a fall during a business trip, and died on Tuesday, according to a brief statement. HNA has been one of China's most active business conglomerates, snapping up a range of assets in a short period of time.

5 important takeaways from the June jobs report

Ontario's economy added 35,000 new jobs in June, but again, more people were looking for work putting upward pressure on the unemployment rate provincially. Now back to the number you are seeing in today's headline - the 4 percent unemployment rate...

Washington moves to block China Mobile from US market

As Reuters reports, the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) released a statement yesterday recommending the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) deny China Mobile's request for a telecommunications services lice...

Russia, Saudi Arabia propose reforms on monitoring OPEC

The United States is willing to work with nations that are decreasing oil imports from Iran on case by case basis, US Department of State Director of Policy Planning Brian Hook told reporters, Sputnik reported. Trump's tweet offered no timeframe ...

Iran tells Trump: stop tweeting, it's driving up oil prices

This must be a two way street. "If Trump continues to believe that OPEC are not doing enough, we would not rule out an SPR (Strategic Petroleum Reserve) release from the USA, or possibly even export restrictions on petroleum products", ING said i...

Trump will delay NAFTA talks until after mid-terms Nov

On Monday, a day after Canada's counter-tariffs came into effect, White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said escalating the tariffs "does nothing to help Canada and only hurts American workers". "I'm not here with a Make America Great hat on my h...

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China's September trade surplus with U.S. widens to record $34.13 billion

However, an oil trader told Reuters that refinery run rates have been on the rise last month, suggesting demand for fuels was improving. China's exports to the USA rose to $46...

Turkish prosecutor seeks 10-year jail term for United States pastor

He was swept up in the wave of arrests that followed the botched military coup in 2016, during which tens of thousands of people - including artists, intellectuals and ordinary Tur...

President Trump blames 'loco' Federal Reserve for October's big stock drop

The Fed, as you know, is gradually raising short-term rates to unwind the zero-percent rates it imposed in 2008-2009 to combat the financial crisis. Trump said he had no intent...

International Monetary Fund downgrades outlook for U.S., China as result of trade war

The fund also slightly lowered its forecast for Japan's economy to 1.1 percent growth in 2018, down 0.1 of a percentage point from an April estimate, but maintained a prediction ...

European Union officials warned to prepare for no-deal Brexit

As manufacturers of cars and other goods warn the Theresa May government of job losses and other impact of Brexit, a report promoted by former prime minister Tony Blair on Thur...

Tech stocks lead Wall Street slump as investors shun risk

Wall Street stocks plunged Wednesday, with major indices losing more than three percent in a selloff prompted by the sudden jump in United States interest rates. The FAANGs, spre...

US market 'correction' isn't surprising - US Treasury secretary

President Donald Trump said he believes "the Fed has gone crazy " amid recent interest rate hikes. The turmoil came a day after the International Monetary Fund slashed its glo...

International Monetary Fund raises Japan growth forecast, cuts global estimate due to trade tension

US President Donald Trump has accused China of deliberately manipulating its currency to gain a trade advantage, claims Beijing consistently rejected. Tobias Adrian, director o...

Yale And NYU Professors Share Nobel In Economics

Responding to press question about this year's prize and climate change , Romer said , "Optimism helps to motivate people". "Darn right they were sending a message", Warsh said...

'The Fed has gone crazy': Trump points finger for Wall Street tumble

It's so tight. I think the Fed has gone insane ", Trump told reporters as he arrived for a campaign rally ahead of the U.S. mid-term elections. A stock market correction is de...

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Turkish Official: Saudis Used Bone Saw to Dismember Body of Jamal Khashoggi

Turkish Official: Saudis Used Bone Saw to Dismember Body of Jamal Khashoggi

The Post has obtained video recordings and other evidence showing how a group of 15 Saudi operatives entered the country on October 2, the day Mr. He moved to the U.S. mor...

Saudi Arabia to let Turkey search its Istanbul consulate

Saudi Arabia to let Turkey search its Istanbul consulate

Iran's Oil Minister this week brushed off "nonsense" claims by Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman that Saudi Arabia can replace Iranian oil. No security footage has bee...

China stocks rebound as Beijing boosts policy support

China stocks rebound as Beijing boosts policy support

Conglomerate Metro Pacific Investments Corp., however, advanced 4 percent to P4.95, while Globe Telecom Inc., the second-largest telecommunications company, gained 2.6 percent to P...

International Monetary Fund slashes global growth forecasts

In a tweet, Mr Trump warned Beijing against seeking to influence the forthcoming U.S. midterm elections. Pakistan's foreign currency reserves dropped in late September to $8.4...

India hopes for US sanctions waiver after cutting Iran oil imports

India hopes for US sanctions waiver after cutting Iran oil imports

Two companies in India, which in the past have been big buyers or Iranian oil, have ordered barrels in November, according to India's oil minister. The grouping's June decision to ...

US Actively Considering Waivers on Iran Oil Sanctions

US Actively Considering Waivers on Iran Oil Sanctions

Speculators and hedge funds too were active in the market, making most of the volatility. Global benchmark Brent crude futures for December delivery fell 42 cents to settle at $8...

Indian Rupee Exchange Rate | Reserve Bank of India | American Dollar

Indian Rupee Exchange Rate | Reserve Bank of India | American Dollar

Economic Affairs Secretary Subhash Chandra Garg said the GDP growth is expected to be higher than the RBI's projection of 7.4 per cent for the current fiscal. Fed Chairman Jerom...

Oil rises ahead of US Iran sanctions

Oil rises ahead of US Iran sanctions

US West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures were up just 1c at $75.24 a barrel. Brent crude oil futures were at $84.86 a barrel at 3.40am GMT, up 6c from their last clos...

U.S. unemployment rate falls to lowest level since 1969

U.S. unemployment rate falls to lowest level since 1969

But he said the very low unemployment rate also reflected an increase in the number not looking for work, who were not classified as unemployed. The last time the United States ...