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The company was maintained on Monday, September 14 by Citigroup. The rating was downgraded by Deutsche Bank to "Hold" on Wednesday, October 14. The firm has "Neutral" rating by UBS given on Thursday, April 28. The Company is involved in development, production, acquisition and exploration activities primarily in the Rocky Mountains region of the United States.
  • Walters slams NSW for pressuring referees

    Economy

    Slater was sensationally overlooked for Game One with selectors opting for incumbent Darius Boyd despite the Storm fullback getting back to his best form after nearly two years on the sidelines with successive shoulder injuries. " a whole new fresh forward pack that is ready to prove their worthy of that Queensland jersey, not just this year but make their mark to remain there".
  • Tropical Storm Cindy churns toward Gulf Coast

    Economy

    A tropical storm warning has been issued for parts of the Louisiana and Texas coastlines. At 0600 GMT Cindy was located about 200 miles (325 kilometers) south of Morgan City, Louisiana, and 270 miles (435 kilometers) southeast of Galveston, Texas, the National Hurricane Center reported.
  • Coroner still probing death of U.S. student held by N. Korea

    Coroner still probing death of U.S. student held by N. Korea

    Economy

    Dozens of North Korean missile launches and two nuclear bomb tests since the start of a year ago and Pyongyang's vow to develop a nuclear-tipped missile capable of hitting the United States mainland have put North Korea at the forefront of global security concerns.
  • Hartford Financial Services Group Inc

    Economy

    Snyder's-Lance Inc (NASDAQ:LNCE) has risen 22.79% since June 20, 2016 and is uptrending. It has outperformed by 94.41% the S&P500. Dalton Greiner Hartman Maher Com reported 0.84% in PNC Financial Services Group Inc (NYSE:PNC). On Monday, May 9 the stock rating was downgraded by Raymond James to "Underperform". The firm earned "Equalweight" rating on Monday, July 18 by Barclays Capital.
  • Sensex slips for 2nd day, global cues weigh

    Sensex slips for 2nd day, global cues weigh

    Economy

    The BSE 30-share barometer touched a high of 31,392.53, but settled at 31,297.53, down by 14.04 points, or 0.04 percent. It had gained 255.17 points in the previous session. Plummeting oil prices put Asian investors on edge, overshadowing a decision by USA index provider MSCI (MSCI.N) to add mainland Chinese stocks to its global emerging markets benchmark index.
  • Oil prices slip as US rigs rise, demand growth falters

    Oil prices slip as US rigs rise, demand growth falters

    Economy

    Futures were little changed in NY after capping the longest run of weekly declines since August 2015. "In my opinion, market fundamentals are going in the right direction, but in light of the large surplus in stockpiles over the past years, the cut needs time to take effect", he told the newspaper, referring to a global deal to curb oil production.
  • Amazon Strikes Again: The Dressing Room in Your House

    Amazon Strikes Again: The Dressing Room in Your House

    Economy

    Retail stocks fell on June 20, 2017, in reaction to Amazon's ( AMZN ) new service-Prime Wardrobe. The company's clothing and accessory sales are expected to grow almost 30 per cent next year, to US$28 billion, according to the Cowen analysts.
  • Queen Elizabeth II delivers legislative agenda for Britain

    Queen Elizabeth II delivers legislative agenda for Britain

    Economy

    The Times branded her administration the "stumbling husk of a zombie government" and said Ms May was now "so weak that she can not arbitrate between squabbling cabinet ministers", who are increasingly publicly divided over Brexit. The changes to the ceremony were pre-planned due to a lack of rehearsal time. The queen carried with her royal duties at the ceremonial opening of the new Parliament despite the announcement that her husband, Prince Philip , has been hospitalized.
  • Tech CEOs to Visit White House; Kushner Speaks

    Economy

    The effort is part of a broader plan to shrink government, cut federal employees, and eliminate regulations. Kushner said government working together with the private sector would "provide citizen services in a way that has never happened before".
  • Proposed DUP deal would not undermine Good Friday Agreement, says Theresa May

    Economy

    British Prime Minister Theresa May is leading the country through "incredibly challenging times", her spokeswoman said on Monday when asked about media speculation that May might face a challenge from within her Conservative Party. Ms Foster dismissed suggestions her deal with the Tories threatened the peace process. The Irish Taoiseach (prime minister) said Ireland was not in favour of an economic border between the two countries following Brexit.