• AlphaBay taken down by law enforcement across 3 countries

    AlphaBay taken down by law enforcement across 3 countries

    Economy

    Dark web marketplace AlphaBay's closure last week followed an worldwide law enforcement operation and multiple raids, it has emerged. On Wednesday, he was found dead, hanged in his jail cell. The site remained essentially inaccessible for days after the fact, prompting some users to speculate about an exit scheme. AlphaBay, like Silk Road, was a Tor-based website that enabled individuals to buy and sell illegal items that spanned everything from drugs and guns to manuals on how to commit ...
  • Flat US inflation in June raises questions for Fed

    Flat US inflation in June raises questions for Fed

    Economy

    The stock market took the reports in stride and was trading higher. Prices of oil, one of Canada's major exports, climbed and were on track for solid weekly gains following positive demand signals, production issues in Nigeria and a reported decline in inventory.
  • Is Genworth Financial, Inc. (GNW) a good buy?

    Is Genworth Financial, Inc. (GNW) a good buy?

    Economy

    The stock has "Market Perform" rating by Wells Fargo on Friday, September 23. Price/Earnings to growth ratio for the company is 0.7 and the stock shows its Price/Sales (ttm) of 0.2 and Price/Book for the most recent quarter of 0.14. Ubs Asset Management Americas Inc has 0% invested in Genworth Financial Inc (NYSE:GNW). Investors sentiment decreased to 0.95 in 2016 Q4. Its down 0.37, from 1.39 in 2016Q3.
  • Wal-Mart's Advantage in the Fight Against Amazon

    Wal-Mart's Advantage in the Fight Against Amazon

    Economy

    On Monday, May 22 the insider WALTON S ROBSON sold $202.63 million. Also , major shareholder Jim C. Walton sold 3,278,735 shares of Wal-Mart Stores stock in a transaction that occurred on Thursday, June 8th. Sterne Agee CRT has "Neutral" rating and $68 target. BofA/Merrill raised its rating on Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.to Buy on 22/02/2017 in a reversal from its prior Neutral rating.
  • In Paris, Trump Defends Son's Meeting With Russian Lawyer

    In Paris, Trump Defends Son's Meeting With Russian Lawyer

    Economy

    The meeting was also attended by Trump son-in-law and adviser Jared Kushner and then-campaign chairman Paul Manafort . President Donald Trump may indeed have previously heard about the meeting between Russian lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya and Donald Trump Jr .
  • Four young men who all knew each other disappear within a week

    Four young men who all knew each other disappear within a week

    Economy

    On Tuesday, county District Attorney Matthew Weintraub confirmed authorities are concentrating on the farm as the search continues for Mark Sturgis , 22; Tom Meo , 21; Dean Finocchiaro , 19; and and Jimi Tar Patrick , 19. Police have not revealed how the man found died but did say the body identified was that of Dean Finocchiaro . Patrick, who attended a Catholic high school for boys with the man authorities consider a suspect, was last seen last Wednesday (Thursday NZT), while the other ...
  • Roku Expects to Launch IPO Before Year-End

    Roku Expects to Launch IPO Before Year-End

    Economy

    The firm - best known for its internet connected players that funnel video streams to TV sets - is said to have hired Morgan Stanley , Citigroup , and Allen & Co.to underwrite an offering that it might initially file privately. Roku's platform has been open to carrying more TV apps than its peers, including Amazon Prime Video, Hulu and Google Play. The company also has a licensing deal in place with TCL that allows the latter to sell Roku built-into select televisions.
  • SBI reduces NEFT, RTGS charges by up to 75 per cent

    SBI reduces NEFT, RTGS charges by up to 75 per cent

    Economy

    IMPS is a service offered by the National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI) that empowers customers to transfer money instantly through banks and RBI authorised prepaid payment instrument issuers across India. RTGS transactions of between Rs 2 lakh and Rs 5 lakh will now be charged Rs 5, as against Rs 20 earlier, and those involving higher amounts will be charged Rs 10, down from Rs 40 earlier.