• ICC Champions trophy : Hasan triple strike dismantles South Africa

    ICC Champions trophy : Hasan triple strike dismantles South Africa

    Economy

    South Africa may be top of the International Cricket Council (ICC) ODI rankings but the standings were turned on their head by eighth-ranked Pakistan who won for a fourth time in their last five ODIs against the Proteas. Hasan Ali took two wickets in successive balls on his way to figures of 3-24 off eight overs while Junaid Khan and Imad Wasim also contributed with two wickets each.
  • Turkey debates military support for Qatar

    Economy

    The dispute pits two of Opec's largest oil producers-Saudi Arabia and the UAE-against the world's biggest exporter of liquefied natural gas and further disrupts stability in the region, Bloomberg reported. Sources said the UAE and Saudi Arabia have already cut exports of white sugar to Qatar. Saudi Arabia has shut the only land border to Qatar, through which the country of 300,000 gets as much as 40% of its food supply, leading to empty shelves in supermarkets and fears that food and water ...
  • New Yorkers get creative after subway sets new dog rules

    New Yorkers get creative after subway sets new dog rules

    Economy

    A Twitter user who goes by the name "C" on his social media handle @meanboysclub posted a series of pictures of the NY city people carrying their dogs in their bags - as can be seen in the pictures. To kick off summer reading season, the MTA has also transformed a 10-car train to resemble the New York Public Library's Rose Main Reading Room.
  • Stock Rating Update on the Shares of Delcath Systems Inc (DCTH)

    Economy

    Investors may also be paying close concentration to some simple moving average indicators on shares of The Mosaic Company (MOS ). That should give you a pretty good sense of the level of risk implied in a short-term trading approach in the stock with a stop-loss in place.
  • Pound Sterling Live's Coverage of UK General Election Results

    Economy

    And if it takes a week or more to cobble together a viable government, then the talks may have to be delayed from their scheduled start on June 19, throwing the whole Brexit timetable into doubt. In Scotland , where First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has called for independence to avoid a "hard Brexit ", her Scottish National Party was tipped to lose seats but still dominate.
  • Crude Oil Prices Take Massive Hit Despite OPEC Move to Extend Cuts

    Economy

    With oil production of about 620,000 barrels per day (bpd), Qatar is one of the smallest crude producers in the Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries, but some investors fear tension within the cartel could weaken its agreement to hold back production in order to prop up prices.
  • The Finkel Review at a glance

    The Finkel Review at a glance

    Economy

    The offer of a bipartisan approach came ahead of a major review of the national electricity grid and energy security conducted by Australia's chief scientist Alan Finkel . 'Even if Finkel's recommendations were implemented it would not help NSW reach its 2050 target of being carbon neutral, so the state still needs a plan for how we are going to get there.
  • UK exit poll: Conservatives may fall short of majority

    Economy

    However, the outcome was damaging for Mrs. Voters in Britain cast ballots Thursday for the House of Commons, the lower house of parliament, in a snap election called in an effort to solidify support for the ruling party ahead of negotiations to exit the European Union.
  • SoftBank buys robotics leader Boston Dynamics from Alphabet

    SoftBank buys robotics leader Boston Dynamics from Alphabet

    Economy

    SoftBank Group Corp ., a subsidiary of the Japanese telecommunications giant SoftBank, has signed a definitive agreement with Alphabet to acquire robotics pioneer Boston Dynamics. chip-maker Nvidia. SoftBank, the first carrier to offer the Apple iPhone in Japan , includes US carrier Sprint and Yahoo Japan in its group business.
  • Republicans pass banking bill, Knight touts small business impact

    Economy

    It also restructures and largely dismantles the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau , created under Dodd-Frank to guard individuals against fraud in lending. "We see free checking cut in half at bank". Also, the American Bankers Association expressed disappointment that the bill had retained Dodd-Frank limits on debit card fees.