• Terror attack in London kills six in addition to three attackers

    Economy

    The suspects then left the vehicle anda number of people were stabbed, including an on-duty British Transport Police officer who sustained serious injuries. "It looked like he was aiming for groups of people". Dick said police believed the incident was under control but would need to conduct a thorough search of the area to ensure everyone was accounted for and no further suspects were at large.
  • Top House Intel panel Democrat rebukes chairman over subpoenas

    Economy

    Three of the subpoenas seek information about how and why the names of President Donald Trump's associates were revealed and distributed within classified reports by Obama administration officials during the transition period after the election, a process known as "unmasking".
  • DineEquity, Inc. (DIN), Energy Transfer Partners, L.P. (ETP)

    Economy

    They issued a "market perform" rating for the company. The stock declined 0.96% or $0.21 reaching $21.74 per share. About 101,322 shares traded. About shares traded. Citadel Advsr Limited Liability holds 0% or 2,536 shares in its portfolio. Out of 18 Wall Street analysts rating Energy Transfer Partners, 13 give it "Buy", 0 "Sell" rating, while 5 recommend "Hold".
  • Confidence in Lloyds Tsb Group PLC (NYSE:LYG) Shares by KBW Fall

    Economy

    Pets at Home Group PLC has a one year low of GBX 154.40 and a one year high of GBX 273.40. The company's previous year sales total was 6.12 Million. It is down 4.83% since June 1, 2016 and is uptrending. It dropped, as 46 investors sold Greencore Group plc shares while 59 reduced holdings. Numis Securities maintained Polypipe Group PLC (LON:PLP) rating on Thursday, March 31.
  • Mattis urges China to act on North Korea threat

    Economy

    For weeks, the United States has been negotiating with China on new measures to ratchet up the pressure on North Korea but Beijing has insisted on the need to open up dialogue. The United States has led the efforts to bring further sanctions to punish the North and is urging China, Pyongyang's primary sponsor, to play a greater role in applying pressure on the unpredictable regime of Kim Jong-un.
  • Tillerson faces task of defending Trump's decision to allies

    Tillerson faces task of defending Trump's decision to allies

    Economy

    Others, including India, signaled their commitment to the accord, but Russian President Vladimir Putin said that while the United States should have remained in the 2015 deal, he would not judge Trump, and warned about the accord's impact on jobs and poverty.
  • NZ win toss, batting first vs Australia in Champions Trophy

    NZ win toss, batting first vs Australia in Champions Trophy

    Economy

    Maxwell took four catches against New Zealand , but did not get to bat, before the match was washed out . So whatever team we see fit for the next match against Bangladesh at The Oval, we'll look at the conditions there and see what sort of wicket we get.
  • Trump's climate doubts ignore U.S. military consensus on risks

    Economy

    As history's biggest carbon polluter , the us has a responsibility to help fight climate change before it claims more lives through increased flooding, severe storms and drought. The Paris Agreement, adopted in December 2015, aims to limit the increase in the global average temperature to less than two degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels.
  • Tributes paid as music and film worlds react to London attack

    Economy

    London Bridge is a major transport hub and nearby Borough Market is a fashionable warren of alleyways packed with bars and restaurants which is always bustling on a Saturday night. Renan Marquese, a sous-chef at a tapas restaurant, said he was working when he heard chaotic sounds outside the restaurant. Using long hunting knives, the attackers then indiscriminately stabbed innocent people shortly after 10pm on Saturday night.
  • Jobs data could signal shortage of qualified workers to hire

    Jobs data could signal shortage of qualified workers to hire

    Economy

    The US labour market gave mixed signals in May, with a decline in the unemployment rate to a 16-year low contrasting with below-forecast hiring and wage growth, labour department figures showed on Friday. The U-3 headline unemployment rate dropped slightly from 4.4% to 4.3%, which is the lowest it has been since 2001. Retail employment fell 6,100, declining for a fourth straight month.