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Less participation in the labor market seemed to be a result of this decline in the labor force participation presented a 0.2 percentage point decline at 62.7%. Looking behind the immediate numbers , the picture is mixed at best. Reuters reported that job growth is slowing as the labor market nears full employment and said the decline in the jobless rate was attributable to people leaving the labor force.
  • Hospitalised Following Incident At Dublin Incinerator

    Hospitalised Following Incident At Dublin Incinerator

    Economy

    It is understood they began to complain about feeling unwell and after being given first aid on scene were taken to St Vincent's Hospital for assessment. 'At the time, there were a number of workers in an adjacent area'. The energy company added: "The safety of our employees and contractors is of utmost importance to Covanta and we are investigating the incident thoroughly".
  • UK Labour Party ready to form minority government: Spokesman

    Economy

    But the attacks forced her to defend the government's record on terrorism, and she's promised to crack down on extremism if she wins. Betting markets now make Jeremy Corbyn the favourite to become the next prime minister - a situation few investors had really contemplated.
  • World Markets On Hold, Awaiting UK Election, ECB Results And Comey Testimony

    World Markets On Hold, Awaiting UK Election, ECB Results And Comey Testimony

    Economy

    UK's benchmark FTSE 100 closed down by 0.1 percent, the pan-European FTSEurofirst 300 provisionally closes down by 0.01 percent, Germany's Dax ended up by 0.3 percent, France's CAC finished the day flat. The premier called the election three years early in a bid to strengthen her slender majority going into Brexit talks, which begin on June 19, but some polls have suggested she may end up with a hung parliament in which the Conservatives would fall short of the 326 seats needed for a majority.
  • (NVDA) Stock Price Up 7.3% Following Analyst Upgrade

    (NVDA) Stock Price Up 7.3% Following Analyst Upgrade

    Economy

    This represents an increase of approximately 116% compared to the typical volume of 50,917 put options. During the last 52 weeks, the NVDA price has been as high as $149.88 and as low as $44.57. The firm has "Buy" rating by Jefferies given on Thursday, June 1. The company beat the analyst EPS Estimate with the difference of $0.03. Quadrant Capital Group LLC boosted its position in NVIDIA by 17.5% in the first quarter.
  • Comey told senators Sessions may have met Russia's ambassador a third time

    Economy

    President, that's wrong". Comey said he took Trump's words not as just a "hope" but as a "direction" from the highest official in the land - an order he was not about to obey. Mr Comey also confirmed that he had shared a memo detailing a meeting with Mr Trump to the press through a friend but did so in the hope that a special counsel might be appointed.
  • Qatar's sympathisers could face up to 15 years of prison

    Economy

    Also, Qatar has aggravated its neighboring countries by openly supporting Muslims Brotherhood , an organization that Egypt has declared as terrorist and that has been banned by Saudi Arabia and the UAE . The Gulf countries aren't just recalling diplomats; they're also closing airspace to Qatar and restricting access by sea. Saudi Arabia has also closed its land borders with Qatar , geographically isolating the tiny Gulf state.
  • Stanley Cup: Penguins head home upbeat despite 0-fer in Nashville

    Economy

    Granted, they're less likely to outshoot the Predators than the Senators. It was a masterful performance by the Penguins captain, who finished with three assists and literally rubbed P.K. Granted, they might have been the most consistent because they weren't overexposed and asked to play more than 20 minutes per game. But when you delve deeper into how the Penguins turned the extra piece into a trade that landed them Kessel, it's hard to argue who came out on top of this 2014 trade.
  • EU expands sanctions against North Korea

    EU expands sanctions against North Korea

    Economy

    Analysts say the environmental test would make it hard for the four launchers to be deployed this year. Meanwhile, a spokesman for North Korea's interior ministry lashed at USA and worldwide sanctions against the Communist state, adding that such measures would only push the country to further develop its nuclear potential.
  • French President Macron blasts Russian state-run media as 'propaganda'

    French President Macron blasts Russian state-run media as 'propaganda'

    Economy

    Putin added that Russian Federation had been well-aware of opinion polls predicting Macron's victory. The newly elected Macron hosted Putin at the sumptuous 17th century Palace of Versailles outside Paris for his first meeting with the Kremlin leader, which he had earlier said would be marked by some straight talking.
  • United Kingdom police name two London attackers, say one investigated before

    Economy

    Youssef Zaghba is said to have told Italian police "I'm going to be a terrorist" when he was stopped trying to travel to Syria previous year. "And this happened in England, absolutely". Why are these terrorists so easily escaping the authorities? The second Australian, Kirsty Boden, was a 28-year-old nurse whose family said she died while trying to help other victims of the van and knife rampage.
  • BT Group plc's (BT) "Buy" Rating Reiterated at Citigroup Inc

    Economy

    The rating was maintained by Goldman Sachs on Friday, November 11 with "Conviction Buy". The firm has "Buy" rating given on Tuesday, January 17 by Liberum Capital. The stock has "Neutral" rating by Goldman Sachs on Thursday, October 6. The rating was downgraded by Bank of America on Monday, June 27 to "Underperform".