Economy

Healthcare data breach can be deadly, and there can be more risk than just money. These three problems, the NSA wanting to hoard vulnerabilities so they can exploit them for espionage, Microsoft ending support of older products because they are a business and do not find it profitable to support products a decade or more after release and users not taking advantage of available updates have left us in the pickle we find ourselves in this week.
  • Most Americans don't support Comey's firing

    Most Americans don't support Comey's firing

    Economy

    Among other things, Comey will nearly certainly address explosive but disputed reports over whether Trump demanded loyalty from him during a private dinner in January, as Comey's associates have claimed. And several key Republicans and Democrats said Sunday that any recordings of White House conversations will need to be preserved for congressional review.
  • Banks confront Morrison on levy details

    Economy

    If that happens budget deficits shrink from $37.6 billion this year to near balance in 2019-20 and a $7.4 billion surplus the year after. An extra $18.6 billion in funding over 10 years under Turnbull's Gonski 2.0 plan goes some way towards the Coalition restoring its education credentials, but is being complicated and potentially derailed by a fierce debate over Catholic school cuts.
  • Supporters, opponents of Turkey's Erdogan clash in Washington

    Supporters, opponents of Turkey's Erdogan clash in Washington

    Economy

    On Monday, just one day before his trip to the Oval Office, the Turkish president fired off a series of tweets - in English as well as Turkish - offering praise for Xi's new worldwide infrastructure and development plan. -Turkish relations, fueled by renewed supplies of USA weapons to Syrian Kurds. Among the potential investors who Erdogan met were top representatives of the Abraaj Group, Cargill, CDPQ, Coca Cola, Dow Chemical, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), ...
  • Politics Takes Back Seat in Brexit Talks, Juncker Warns UK

    Politics Takes Back Seat in Brexit Talks, Juncker Warns UK

    Economy

    Juncker, whether this is how you carry on in Luxembourg". Mr. Barnier said he was hopeful the United Kingdom elections in June would provide the next British government with "clear stability and visibility" for the negotiations. "Well, I'll tell you something , your attempt to bully the Brits through this negotiation is not working - 68% now of the British people want Brexit to happen".
  • Cybg Plc (CYBG) Receives

    Cybg Plc (CYBG) Receives "Neutral" Rating from Macquarie

    Economy

    The Firm purchases equipment, primarily intermodal shipping containers and railcars, which it leases to its customers, and also manages equipment for third-party investors. The firm has "Sector Perform" rating by RBC Capital Markets given on Monday, April 25. Cybg Plc now has an average rating of "Hold" and an average target price of GBX 247 ($3.19).
  • Banco Bradesco SA (BBD) Earns Daily Media Impact Rating of 0.20

    Economy

    EPS breaks down the profitability of the company on a single share basis. Whereas they predicted High and Low Earnings Estimate as $0.25 and $0.2 respectively. Market Cap is also the figure use to determine company's size, as opposed to using sales or total asset figures. The firm also recently disclosed a special dividend, which will be paid on Tuesday, August 8th.
  • Euro hits six-month high as Trump concerns hit dollar

    Euro hits six-month high as Trump concerns hit dollar

    Economy

    While the dollar made a modest recovery after data showed U.S. manufacturing production recording its largest increase in more than three years, investors again soured on the greenback in later trading. On Wall Street, the S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite touched record highs but the S&P retreated to trade slightly negative. Aside from these concerns, uncertainty regarding Trump's plan to boost infrastructure spending and cut taxes for businesses also grows.
  • Trump's leaks to Russian officials could discourage U.S. allies from sharing intelligence

    Economy

    The highly classified information about an Islamic State plot was collected by Israel , a crucial source of intelligence and close partner in the fight against some of the America's fiercest threats in the Middle East. The disclosures about the Oval Office meeting came as Trump prepares for his first foreign trip - a multi-stop itinerary that will take him to Saudi Arabia, Israel, Bethlehem in the West Bank, and the Vatican, as well as Brussels for European Union and North Atlantic Treaty ...
  • Israel provided intelligence Donald Trump shared with Russians

    Economy

    On Tuesday, Trump defended his decision to share information about Islamic State threats with Russian officials. "As President I wanted to share with Russian Federation (at an openly scheduled W.H. "Israel has full confidence in our intelligence-sharing relationship with the United States and looks forward to deepening that relationship in the years ahead under President Trump", Ron Dermer, the Israeli ambassador to the US, said in a statement to the New York Times .