• Nokia 3310 specifications and final release date in India

    Nokia 3310 specifications and final release date in India

    Economy

    However, it looks like many European markets have put a different price on the Nokia 3310 (2017), one that's slightly higher than what HMD Global announced a few months ago. Now it again rejoiced its users with its new brand. The new Nokia 3310 will also come equipped with a 2MP rear camera. Unlike most modern smartphones, the Nokia 3310 will run on the 2.5G network.
  • Trump believes in 'reciprocal' free trade: Treasury chief

    Trump believes in 'reciprocal' free trade: Treasury chief

    Economy

    World financial leaders gathered in Washington on Thursday with pledges to work with U.S. President Donald Trump to fix lingering trade problems while vowing to keep their commitments to free trade and global integration. Separately, World Bank President Jim Yong Kim said he was "encouraged" by his engagement so far with Trump. German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble takes part in a eurozone finance ministers meeting in Brussels, Belgium March 20, 2017.
  • Macron, Le Pen Expected To Advance To French Presidential Runoff

    Economy

    Polling agency projections showed Macron in the lead with between 23 and 24 percent support, followed by Le Pen with between 21 and 23 percent. USA stock index futures rose sharply on Sunday on relief that centrist Emmanuel Macron took the first round of voting in the French presidential election, reducing the prospect of an anti-establishment market shock.
  • Liverpool 1-2 Crystal Palace: Reds fall as Benteke haunts old club

    Liverpool 1-2 Crystal Palace: Reds fall as Benteke haunts old club

    Economy

    Luka Milivojevic's sloppy foul on Coutinho was punished by the Brazilian himself when he whipped in a stunning 24th minute free-kick. Andros Townsend: "We have made a habit of upsetting the big teams and we have done it again". A few minutes later, the German's annoyance over that miss only intensified as Benteke scored his sixth goal in eight appearances against his former employers.
  • Pence reaffirms US-Australia alliance after earlier strain

    Economy

    Trump's deputy visited South Korea and Japan before arriving in Australia to reassure allies fretting over Pyongyang's nuclear and missile programmes. V.P. Pence said the decision to abide by the deal despite Pres. Trump's "reservations" was a "reflection of the enormous importance of the historical alliance between the United States and Australia".
  • Hansa Trust PLC (HAN) to Issue GBX 8 Dividend

    Economy

    The company has market cap of $216.93 million. The Firm enables its clients to provide their clients engaging, multiscreen experiences with products that require scale, actionable data and implementation. Jefferies maintained Talktalk Telecom Group PLC (LON:TALK) rating on Thursday, September 3. The company now has an average rating of "Hold" and an average price target of GBX 422.44 ($5.26).
  • Macron, Le Pen To Face Off In Final Round

    Economy

    Markets had been anxious that the far-left, eurosceptic Jean-Luc Melenchon, who had surged in the polls in recent weeks, could jump ahead of Macron to make it into the final runoff against Le Pen, giving voters a choice between two radical candidates who would threaten the future of the EU.
  • Rahmat Akilov confesses to Stockholm attack

    Economy

    Rakhmat Akilov , who has been in custody since the truck attack in the Swedish capital on Friday, has confessed to being responsible for the crime, Reuters reports . Among the victims was British man Chris Bevington, 41. Swedish police said Akilov had " shown sympathies to extreme groups ", including the Islamic State.
  • Sec. Kelly: Trump will 'be insistent' on funding border wall

    Sec. Kelly: Trump will 'be insistent' on funding border wall

    Economy

    OMB Director Mick Mulvaney reiterated that this was one of Trump's signature campaign promises on Sunday, but stopped short of saying whether or not the President would risk a government shutdown over the issue. With several of his campaign promises and his first budget now in the hands of Congress, President Trump is adding to perhaps the most critical week of his early presidency by putting his tax-reform plan into the mix.
  • British Prime Minister Theresa May on course for sweeping election win

    British Prime Minister Theresa May on course for sweeping election win

    Economy

    The SNP are all for Scotland and not the United Kingdom as a whole. "No doubt many people will have been caught on the hop". Despite that victory, Prime Minister David Cameron then miscalculated and a year later held a referendum on Britain's European Union membership to quell a revolt among his back-benchers.