• Portugal win first ever Eurovision Song Contest

    Portugal win first ever Eurovision Song Contest

    Economy

    But his fado-tinged song Amar Pelos Dois scored a crushing victory, winning top marks both from the televoters and the countries' professional juries. The early favorite, Francesco Gabbani of Italy, finished sixth. The other standout, odd act from the night came from Romania, which came seventh with 282 points.
  • Putin Reveals Details About His Piano Performance in Chinese President House

    Putin Reveals Details About His Piano Performance in Chinese President House

    Economy

    But Moscow said its defense ministry had tracked the missile and said it landed 300 miles away from the coast in the Sea of Japan and never posed a threat to Russian territory. His comments came just a day after North Korea said it had conducted a successful launch of a new type of "medium long-range" ballistic rocket that was capable of carrying a heavy nuclear warhead.
  • United Kingdom interest rates on hold at 0.25% as economy slows

    Economy

    Policymakers on the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) kept interest rates on hold at 0.25% as they nudged down the growth forecast to 1.9% for 2017 from 2% in February after a sharp slowdown in the first three months of the year. Mr Carney said a whole different forecast would have to be produced to estimate the impact of a rocky or disorderly Brexit. As widely expected, the Bank of England chose to keep interest rates on hold at 0.25%, but warned of a drop in living standards if the squeeze ...
  • Toshiba reports net loss worth $8.4 billion

    Toshiba reports net loss worth $8.4 billion

    Economy

    Toshiba CEO Satoshi Tsunakawa told a news conference the complaint was groundless and that Toshiba would push on with the sale, sticking to its plan to complete the second round of bidding on Friday. "It would be no surprise if Japanese authorities take action to prevent Toshiba's memory chip technology from being transferred overseas", said Hideki Yasuda, an analyst at Ace Research Institute in Tokyo .
  • Xi: China to host 2nd BRF in 2019

    Economy

    Some European countries have refused to sign off on a trade statement at China's Silk Road summit, a diplomat said yesterday, dealing a setback to Beijing's efforts to gain full support for its initiative. "We need to improve policy coordination and reject beggar-thy-neighbour practices". "We need to seek results through greater openness and cooperation, avoid fragmentation, refrain from setting inhibitive thresholds for cooperation or pursuing exclusive arrangements and rejecting ...
  • American Eagle Outfitters (AEO) Receives Coverage Optimism Score of

    Economy

    The stock closing price is now trading downward to its 50 day moving average with change of -2.99%, tumbled to its 20 day moving average with figure of -2.58% and behind its 200 day moving average with value -15.48%. American Eagle Outfitters now has an average rating of "Hold" and a consensus target price of $17.56. During the same quarter in the previous year, the firm earned $0.42 EPS.
  • Match Previews: Stoke City v Arsenal

    Economy

    The former Chelsea man was at his best to keep out a Nathan Redmond drive in the first half and knows a top-four finish is still a challenge. "So I have been following the Premier League for years now and I have always enjoyed watching Arsenal play - I like the way they play".
  • Philadelphia sues Wells Fargo over alleged predatory lending

    Philadelphia sues Wells Fargo over alleged predatory lending

    Economy

    Tru Of Oklahoma owns 7,490 shares or 0% of their USA portfolio. The relative volume of the stock is 1.62, while its market cap is $265.56 Billion. It has outperformed by 6.70% the S&P500. Wells Fargo & Co's dividend payout ratio (DPR) is now 38.10%. Wells Fargo witnessed organic growth aided by strong loans and deposit balances. The stock now has an average rating of "Hold" and a consensus price target of $54.69.
  • Russia, Saudi Arabia agree to extend oil output cuts until March 2018

    Economy

    While the extension will still need to be rubber-stamped at OPEC's upcoming meeting May 25, an agreement between the world's top two crude producers and de-facto leaders of OPEC and the non-OPEC bloc collaborating in the 1.8 million b/d of production cuts since January this year means it is as good as done.