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Goldfish crackers recalled over Salmonella

The company says there's a chance the products may be tainted with salmonella . Officials say there have been no reported illnesses. Pepperidge Farm has recalled four varieties of Goldfish crackers out of fears they could potentially have ...

Mega Millions jackpot soars to $522M, one of the largest in history

The mega millions drawing isn't until 10 p.m. CST. The most commonly-drawn Mega Ball number is 22. That remains the third largest jackpot ever awarded in the game. The odds of winning is less than 1 in 302,000,000. A $1 million winning ticket was...

Trump administration plans to help farmers hurt by global trade tensions

Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue said on Tuesday. "America's hard-working agricultural producers have been treated unfairly by China's illegal trading practices and have taken a disproportionate hit when it comes illegal retaliatory tariff...

President Trump planning emergency aid to farmers affected by tariffs

Several of these countries have responded to Trump's trade measures by imposing tariffs of their own, and farmers have complained that they are the victims of retaliation from other countries, which they rely on to sell their products. Added Kevin ...

Trump Trade War- Trump threatens Dollars 500 billion tariffs on China

In offshore trading, the yuan rose 0.15 percentage point to 6.8085 versus the dollar at 3.40 p.m. Beijing time. Fear that USA and Japanese policymakers will scale back economic stimulus sent quivers through debt markets on Monday, while US stocks...

Images Show North Korea Dismantling Missile Test Site Facilities

The report comes amid concern about the North's true intentions as the June 12 summit in Singapore yielded no specific commitments or timelines. According to satellite images from 38 North released Monday night, key aspects of the Sohae Satell...

Trump calls tariffs 'the greatest', ahead of meeting with European Union trade officials

U.S. President Donald Trump is showing no signs of backing away from using tariffs as a negotiating tool, taking to Twitter early Tuesday morning saying "tariffs are the greatest ". "Countries that have treated us unfairly on trade for years are a...

Alphabet's quarterly profits fall after $5 billion European Union fine

Google plans to contest the ruling. Net income came in at $US3.2 billion, down from $US3.5 billion in the same quarter of 2017, largely due to the European fine. Adjusted Earnings: $US11.75 per share compared to an expected $US11.68. On a cal...

Tesla says supplier discount request was for ongoing projects

The company asked suppliers to refund a meaningful amount of the money it had spent with them since 2016, according to a memo leaked to The Wall Street Journal . "It sounds like something that happens when you're struggling", he said. Tesla had ...

DID YOU WIN? Mega Millions Jackpot numbers drawn

The jackpot is now the sixth largest in Mega Millions history, and it's expected to climb even more. A total of 47 tickets matched four white balls plus the Mega Ball for $10,000 while five others won $20,000 with the 2x multiplier. The odds of win...

Nigeria Sells Yuan For First Time to Boost China Commerce TiesNaija247news

Hong Kong's Hang Seng gained 0.7 per cent to 28,212.37. The broad-based S&P 500 dropped 0.1 percent to close the week at 2,801.83, while the tech-rich Nasdaq Composite Index also fell 0.1 percent to 7,820.20. The silence in Beijing is unusual, but ...

U.S. businesses already hurt by tariffs: Fed chair Powell

The Canadian dollar also dropped 0.3 percent to C$1.3234. It brushed a 16-day low on Wednesday of $1.1602. But under steady questioning from House and Senate members, he laid out a jarring view of what might be on the horizon "in principle" if trad...

Kim Jong-un blasts officials during North Korea factory inspections

Giving up on the deadline will give North Korea a chance to become a nuclear-armed nation. China, its biggest trading partner, enforced sanctions strictly in the second half of 2017, hurting North Korea's manufacturing sector. The North will also s...

Trump says he’s ‘not happy’ that the Federal Reserve keeps hiking rates

Trump said, adding, "I really like President Xi [Jinping]". Donald Trump has threatened to hit all imports from China with high tariffs. The chance inflation might accelerate has increased after the massive tax cut Trump championed previous ye...

Feminine hygiene now tax-free in India; sanitary napkins out of GST net

In a boost for the textile industry, unclaimed input tax credit will henceforth be refunded to firms. It is expected that the council would decide on revision of tax rates on vending machines and lithium ion batteries among others. In a mini-budget...

Trump Adviser Larry Kudlow Says GDP Could Hit 4%

On July 10, the Trump administration proposed a new wave of tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese goods. "In just 2015, trade with China lowered prices in the U.S.by up to 1.5 percent, saving each family $850 on average". China could end the U...

‘Ready to tax all Chinese imports’

Trump defended his comments to CNBC by saying he is "just saying the same thing that I would have said as a private citizen". "Market behaviour over recent decades has taught us to ignore politics and political statements." said Chris Brightman, ...

Trump says he’s willing to hit all Chinese imports with tariffs

That said, Trump added in the interview that "I put a very good man in at the Fed", referring to the current chair, Jerome Powell . Around $505 billion of Chinese goods came into the United States in 2017, leading to a trade deficit of almost $3...

Microsoft's annual revenue crosses $100 billion for first time

More Personal Computing revenue was $10.8 billion, an increase of 17 percent, with $3.0 billion operating income, up 38 percent. Windows revenue from PC makers jumped 7 percent, and Surface revenue was up 25 percent, and gaming revenue skyrocketed ...

Trump's Fed criticism prompts fears he's questioning bank's independence

Trump complained that China's currency is "dropping like a rock". During the 1960s, President Lyndon Johnson reportedly physically manhandled the then-Fed chairman, William McChesney Martin , for wanting to raise interest rates, which LBJ saw...

China Files Challenge to WTO After Tariff Threats

It's unclear whether this US outperformance will persist, but investors can protect themselves during uncertainty by diversifying among multiple countries and asset class types. She said, "The Chinese government entered the WTO because the integratio...

China may boost Iranian oil purchases once United States sanctions step into force

The US had asked all other nations to cease the import of oil from Japan by November. And even if OPEC is in compliance, we are seeing signs of more oil production. As per Goldman Sachs, unpredictable policy from the USA government is increasing ...

Donald Trump lambasts European Union over $5.1bn fine for Google

The impending decision from the European Union watchdog has come to pass: Google has been fined a record €4.3 billion ($5.1 billion) for abusing the Android operating system's dominance in the smartphone market, the largest fine imposed on a comp...

Boris Johnson opts against emulating Geoffrey Howe in his resignation speech

The Prime Minister dismissed the charge before insisting she was seeking a "workable" solution to issues with the EU. In a joint statement on behalf of the pharmaceutical industry in the UK, Mike Thompson, chief executive of the Association of the ...

United Kingdom annual inflation stable at 2.4 per cent

While the upward effects were seen in energy-related categories of the United Kingdom inflation basket - with auto-fuel prices rising 2.2 percent last month and three big energy firms increasing utility prices - these were more than cancelled out by ...

MGM files lawsuit, claims no liability in Las Vegas mass shooting

The owners of Mandalay Bay , the Las Vegas hotel from which a gunman launched the deadliest mass shooting in modern us history, have filed countersuits against victims seeking immunity from damage claims they might bring. MGM said such protect...

Papa John's Founder: I Shouldn't Have Stepped Down

In the first quarter, Papa John's same-store sales in North America dropped 5.3 percent. Schnatter says the board requested that he step down as chairman without "any investigation" and he should not have complied, according to a letter his rep...

Papa John's further shuns founder, evicting him from offices

Following the example of the University of Louisville the state's flagship university on Friday announced it is cutting all ties with Papa John's Pizza chain founder John Schnatter . The company got a taste of that a year ago, when Schnatter stepp...

British Premier May Fends off Tory Rebels in Parliament

For the second successive evening Tuesday, Theresa May's Conservative government barely survived, as vital votes were held in parliament on Brexit legislation. Mrs May said she looked forward to hearing from cross-border businesses about Brexit. ...

Diver involved in Thai cave rescue considers legal action against Elon Musk

There is "no indication that Musk's statement is true, and he provided no justification or proof to back up his claim", CNN says. Is just had absolutely no chance of working . The head of the rescue mission described the device as " not practica...

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Elon Musk explains why he's thinking about taking Tesla public

The company had a market value of $58 billion as of Monday's close. Basically, I'm trying to accomplish an outcome where Tesla can operate at its best, free from as much distrac...

Elon Musk tweets he has funding to take Tesla private

In a second tweet on Tuesday, Mr Musk said taking the company private would not lead to a single dominant shareholder. " Funding secured ", the tweet added, offering no furth...

Dead fetus reportedly found on plane at LaGuardia Airport

The fetus was found on board an American Airlines flight Tuesday morning. But at around 6 a.m. Tuesday morning, the cleaning crew found the fetus hidden inside the toilet under s...

Facebook asks major US banks to share customer data

At least one large USA bank has walked away from talks in light of the ongoing investigations into Facebook's data sharing practices, says the WSJ . The company is aiming to boos...

PepsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi steps down

Her run will end on October 3rd after 24 years with the company. Laguarta will take over on October 3 and will also join the board, the company said in a statement . "She has d...

Conor McGregor to Face Nurmagomedov in Main Event at UFC 229

McGregor , speaking with TMZ, revealed a deal for his comeback fight was near to completion nearly two years since his last appearance in the octagon. "For Khabib, who is undefeat...

White House adviser warns China 'better not underestimate' Trump on trade - worldwide

China proposed a 25 percent tariff on imports of copper ore and concentrate from the USA , which shipped about 70,000 tons to the country a year ago . The commerce ministry issu...

Oil edges lower as supply concerns return

Traders said prices rallied early when industry information provider Genscape reported that crude inventories at the Cushing, Oklahoma, delivery hub for USA crude, dropped 1.1 m...

Spanish pilots union sues Ryanair over contracts

A month earlier in a memo seen by Reuters Ryanair said time-off duties for the pilots committee remained an issue but there was little between the two sides and it was hopeful of...

USA employers add 157,000 jobs, jobless rate slips to 3.9 percent

Manufacturing gained 37,000 jobs, driven by durable-goods and transportation companies. But, as with small businesses, manufacturers are having trouble filling job openings, she ...

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RBI monetary policy: Repo rate hiked by 25 bps

RBI monetary policy: Repo rate hiked by 25 bps

Mumbai: Home, auto and personal loans are set to get costlier as the Reserve Bank of India on Wednesday raised the repo rate , the rate at which it provides funds to banks, by ...

Record Iranian oil imports for India in July

Record Iranian oil imports for India in July

Purchases from Iran could slow from August as imports from Tehran are getting tougher after the United States in May pulled out of a 2015 nuclear deal and announced the renewal...

Oil Prices Drop as U.S. Inventory Grows

Oil Prices Drop as U.S. Inventory Grows

U.S. efforts to cut Iran's oil exports are expected to contribute to global oil price volatility in the short term, according to the International Energy Agency. EDT (2030 GMT) ...

That’s trillion with a T-Apple hits market value of $1 trillion

That’s trillion with a T-Apple hits market value of $1 trillion

He's right. It's extremely hard to avoid comparing Apple's good fortunes with the recent slump at Facebook , which can be crudely summed up as the result of the social networ...

USA considers higher tariffs on $200 billion in Chinese imports

USA considers higher tariffs on $200 billion in Chinese imports

The dynamic has proved hard to change, given USA consumers' reliance on Chinese goods. Two trump administration officials told reporters on a conference call that Trump remains...

China Plans Tariffs on $60 Billion of U.S. Goods

China Plans Tariffs on $60 Billion of U.S. Goods

China's Commerce Ministry said in a seperate statement Beijing's new set of proposed import tariffs on United States goods were rational and restrained. Beijing's earlier penalty ...

Pompeo Leans on Turkey to Release Pastor Brunson: 'The Clock's Run Out'

Pompeo Leans on Turkey to Release Pastor Brunson: 'The Clock's Run Out'

Pompeo met with Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu in Singapore during a security conference in Southeast Asia. The administration is also seeking the release of several d...

China threatens new tariffs on $60 billion worth of U.S. goods

China threatens new tariffs on $60 billion worth of U.S. goods

The commerce ministry threat came after Wang met with US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo at a meeting of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) in Singapore on Friday. "...

Apple is the first $1 trillion company in history

Apple is the first $1 trillion company in history

Started in the garage of co-founder Steve Jobs in 1976, that Apple has pushed its revenue beyond the economic outputs of Portugal, New Zealand and other countries, reports Reute...