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  • Macron Wins French Election

    Economy

    Mr Valls told RTL radio that Mr Macron's victory over far-right leader Marine Le Pen in the presidential run-off on Sunday was a blow to populism in Europe, and gave a "terrific" image of France overseas. A relative newcomer to politics, the europhile Macron swept to victory with 66.1 percent of the vote on a tide of opposition to Le Pen's anti-immigration, anti-EU platform.
  • French President Macron talks to Putin, faces media uproar

    French President Macron talks to Putin, faces media uproar

    Economy

    This year, unemployment in Germany, Europe's biggest economy, should be around 4.0 percent, compared with 9.9 percent in France, according to the latest European Commission forecasts. Six French voters out of 10 hope that Macron will have a majority in parliament, the Harris poll found. The youngest person selected to work in Macron's government was Mounir Mahjoubi, 33, who was named junior minister for digital economy.
  • Brazil's president denies authorizing payments to silence politician

    Brazil's president denies authorizing payments to silence politician

    Economy

    Also on Thursday, Janot asked the Supreme Court's permission to arrest Senator Aecio Neves, a key government ally who lost the 2014 presidential election against former president Dilma Rousseff. The bribery and embezzlement then rippled far beyond, pulling in numerous country's most famous executives and leaders. Senator Romero Juca, the head of the government's coalition in the Senate, said the accusation was one of many that would be investigated, but it would not slow Temer's ...
  • United Buying Naming Rights To L.A. Memorial Coliseum

    United Buying Naming Rights To L.A. Memorial Coliseum

    Economy

    USC is reportedly in line for a big pay day. USC has been searching for a partner since 2015 when the university entered into a marketing partnership with Rupert Murdoch's FOX Sports. of Washington that is worth $41 million for 10 years ($4.7M per year). The Rams and Los Angeles Chargers are slated to move to a new stadium in Inglewood, California, but recent rainfall in the area has caused delays in the construction of the new stadium .
  • Brazil crisis deepens with probe of president, top senator

    Economy

    Aecio Neves, who almost won the presidency in 2014 and planned to run again next year. "At no time did I authorize the paying of anyone", Temer said emphatically, raising his voice and pounding his index finger against the podium. Already a Who's Who of the elite has been imprisoned or placed under investigation. "After the contents of the tape became public, there's no other way out for Temer than to leave", said Augusto Tadeki, a 23-year-old unemployed computer technician.
  • Average US 30-year mortgage rate slips to 4.02 percent

    Average US 30-year mortgage rate slips to 4.02 percent

    Economy

    Ten-year Treasury yields, a proxy for mortgage rates, began trading today at one-month lows. The 30-year fixed rate shot up immediately after the presidential election, but has since fallen back and hovered around 4 percent for five consecutive weeks, as multiple controversies surrounding the Trump presidency threaten to derail his pro-growth agenda.
  • Trump sets plan to renegotiate NAFTA, local lawmakers keeping watch

    Economy

    U.S. Trade Rep. Robert Lighthizer has sent a letter to congressional leaders, starting 90 days of consultations with lawmakers over how to revamp the pact. Relationships are good - deal very possible!" He added that he hopes to complete negotiations by the end of 2017. He has also pulled the USA out of the proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership and generally talked down multinational trade deals in favor of bi-lateral deals.
  • Chaffetz questions whether Comey memos are 'actually there'

    Chaffetz questions whether Comey memos are 'actually there'

    Economy

    Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah), chairman of the House Oversight Committee, also sent a letter today demanding that the Federal Bureau of Investigation turn over the memo in question, along with any other records documenting Trump's communications with Comey, by next Wednesday.
  • Rivals unite to oust Rouhani as Iran election enters final days

    Economy

    In his first term, Rouhani pushed through a landmark agreement with global powers to limit Iran's nuclear programme in return for the lifting of worldwide financial sanctions. Zarif the rest of the sanctions can be removed". Addressing the Iranian people, he said, "We hope that on the day of the election (May 19), we would decide our fate for the coming years and decades".
  • Ford confirms it will cut 10% of workforce in Asia, North America

    Economy

    Right now, it is unclear if hourly employees in Ford's factories in the USA and overseas will be affected. Ford remains focused on its core strategies to " drive profitable growth ", the company said in a statement. During his election campaign President Trump was highly critical of the auto industry's use of Mexican plants to produce vehicles for the us market.