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Economy

Besides, persistent buying by local jewellers at domestic spot market stoked the uptrend. In the United Kingdom, gold mining stocks Randgold Resource and Fresnillo were among the few to gain - up 2.8% and 4.9%. The stock lost $142.20, to $1,906.80. European equities indexes were a sea of red at the close, while Wall Street indices suffered their biggest losses in near three months, deepening their fall after Trump's mid-afternoon remarks further stoked fears of a miscalculation that ...
  • Stock markets extend losses at open

    Economy

    FINANCIALS FALLING: Several financial sector companies also helped pull down the market . But in the US, Wall Street stocks rose as investors waded back into the market following a three-day sell-off, with high-flying technology companies like Apple and Microsoft doing especially well.
  • Evolent Health (EVH) Given Daily Coverage Optimism Rating of 0.41

    Economy

    More interesting news about Evolent Health Inc (NYSE: EVH ) were released by: Bizjournals.com and their article: "Evolent Health CEO: "We probably saw more of a pullback than we would've expected" published on August 09, 2017 as well as Prnewswire.com's news article titled: "Evolent Health Announces Second Quarter 2017 Results" with publication date: August 07, 2017.
  • USA stocks fall on North Korea worries

    USA stocks fall on North Korea worries

    Economy

    Markets were also lower in Europe and Asia. Technology companies were leading a broad slide in US stocks in early trading Thursday, Aug. 10, 2017, as investors pored over the latest batch of corporate earnings reports. Investors fled to gold on Wednesday as tensions between North Korea and the United States escalated, pushing the precious metal's price to an intraday high of $1276.2/oz.
  • Simmering North Korea tensions knock back Wall Street

    Simmering North Korea tensions knock back Wall Street

    Economy

    The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 14.31 points, or 0.07 per cent, to end at 21,858.32, the S&P 500 gained 3.11 points, or 0.13 per cent, to 2,441.32 and the Nasdaq Composite added 39.68 points, or 0.64 per cent, to 6,256.56. Despite the drop, analysts said the market seemed to be a bit sceptical that the North Korea situation would grow into a major crisis, noting that the losses were still not that deep.
  • Danes imported 20 tons of eggs from tainted scandal

    Danes imported 20 tons of eggs from tainted scandal

    Economy

    Contaminated eggs were found in 15 European Union countries but not in Malta. "While in some European countries eggs containing Fipronil residues have been sold as fresh eggs, in the United Kingdom this is not the case", an agency statement said.
  • Travis Kalanick sued for rigging Uber board to regain power

    Travis Kalanick sued for rigging Uber board to regain power

    Economy

    Benchmark, one of Silicon Valley's top venture-capital firms, insists in its suit that Kalanick's reported transgressions weren't evident when Uber's board voted past year to increase its membership from eight to 11 and to give Kalanick sole appointment rights.
  • Five attempts to stop PDP convention failed - Makarfi

    Five attempts to stop PDP convention failed - Makarfi

    Economy

    It was learnt that the issue was further discussed at various meetings held by some other caucuses, as well as the governors of the party last night and decisions were taken on how the issue will be tabled in such a way that will be acceptable to the party members without giving any sign of persecution.
  • Jose Mourinho believes Manchester United need two years to catch Europe's elite

    Jose Mourinho believes Manchester United need two years to catch Europe's elite

    Economy

    Zidane had the chance to quash speculation surrounding Bale, yet side-stepped the subject of Mourinho's comments on three occasions. The Portuguese was up to familiar tricks at his pre-match news conference, stating United would be keen on signing Gareth Bale if the Wales star is deemed surplus to requirements in the Spanish capital.