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Economy

AUY has been the topic of several recent analyst reports. While looking at the Stock's Performance, Yamana Gold, Inc. now shows a Weekly Performance of 1.46%, where Monthly Performance is 1.83%, Quarterly performance is -0.36%, 6 Months performance is -10.32% and yearly performance percentage is -36.53%.
  • Fired FBI chief to testify publicly in Congress

    Fired FBI chief to testify publicly in Congress

    Economy

    Emphasizing that he wants to clear the air, Trump stated, "I want to get to the bottom if Russian Federation or anybody is trying to tamper or play with our election". And although there's no timeline on how long the investigation will take, "it's not a good development for the Trump White House". He had to subsequently re-file the forms disclosing his meetings with Russian officials.
  • Takuma Sato of Japan wins the Indianapolis 500

    Economy

    Sato's pass of Castroneves stood in sharp contrast to his finish in the 2012 Indianapolis. Sato tried to move past Chilton on the outside early, an unsuccessful move that left him vulnerable to Castroneves, who had moved past Ed Jones on the restart and soon took second.
  • Oracle goes 2-1 to take lead in America's Cup qualifiers

    Economy

    It was the first race for the new look Kiwi team racing on sailing's greatest stage, and they managed to beat the French team with the composure expected of America's Cup veterans. Cutting the deficit by just the second leg, Emirates Team New Zealand breezed past Land Rover BAR and were ahead by nine seconds at the third gate.
  • Nigeria says it is not opposed to joining OPEC cuts

    Nigeria says it is not opposed to joining OPEC cuts

    Economy

    US West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures were back below $50, at $48.88, down 2 cents from their previous close. Major producers including Saudi Arabia , Russia and Iraq favored an extension for nine months, Reuters reported. With U.S. output rising steadily and OPEC and its allies potentially raising production in 2018 to regain lost market share, many traders, including Goldman Sachs, already expect another price slump.
  • International Olympic Committee says OPEC output cut won't hit imports

    International Olympic Committee says OPEC output cut won't hit imports

    Economy

    Prices pushed above $54 in the months following the November deal, roughly doubling from the extremely low levels hit in early 2016 when there was a severe oil glut in the market. Non-OPEC countries led by Russian Federation chipped in with a further 600,000-barrel reduction. The sharp rise in the United States shale gas pushed up global crude stocks to record highs and kept prices subdued.
  • Jim Bunning, Hall of Fame Pitcher Turned Senator, Dies at 85

    Jim Bunning, Hall of Fame Pitcher Turned Senator, Dies at 85

    Economy

    Senator, Jim Bunning ". "Words can not express my gratitude to the people of Kentucky for giving me the distinct honor of serving them for 12 years in the House of Representatives and 12 years in the U.S. In his second career, instead of baseballs, Bunning went after opponents and issues with strong rhetoric and an intense certainty in the correctness of his own views.
  • Oil Minister Says Not Opposed to Eventually Joining Output Cuts

    Economy

    OPEC is discussing in Vienna whether to prolong an accord reached in December in which it and 11 non-members agreed to cut oil output by about 1.8 million barrels per day in the first half of 2017. "The cut that we made is working", said Saudia Arabia's Khalid al-Falih, energy minister OPEC's largest producer. "A nine-month extension of the output cuts is already baked into prices".
  • Beijing, ASEAN take step toward rules for South China Sea

    Economy

    Aside from Liu and Chee Wee, the senior officials in attendance include Maria Hellen Barber-Dela Vega of the Philippines, Emaleen Abd Rahman Teo of Brunei Darussalam, Kah Pharidh of Cambodia, Jose Antonio Morato of Indonesia, Phongsavanh Sisoulath of Laos, Joji Samuel M C Samuel of Malaysia, U Myint Thu of Myanmar, Busaya Mathelin of Thailand and Nguyen Quoc Dzung of Vietnam.