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Temperatures across the United Kingdom will struggle to rise above high single or low double figures. Alex Deakin, Met Office Meteorologist, said: "Through the night clearer skies further north means it will be a chilly night, four or five in towns and cities but in some rural spots it will be close to freezing, particularly in the Highlands of Scotland".
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    Snow only partly to blame for sharp United Kingdom growth slowdown

    Economy

    The pair touched an intraday low of $1.3803, hitting its lowest level since March 9, according to FactSet data. Sterling tanked more than one percent to $1.3748 and government bond prices surged in the aftermath of the data. As recently as last week markets were pricing in a near 90% chance that the Bank of England would raise rates next month, but this fell to more like 50% after comments from Mark Carney suggested potential "softer" economic data and continued uncertainty over ...
  • Clean Yield Group Sells 6549 Shares of General Electric (NYSE:GE)

    Clean Yield Group Sells 6549 Shares of General Electric (NYSE:GE)

    Economy

    Jpmorgan Chase & Co accumulated 35.67M shares. The current price is staying above the SMA lines which signify strength and is generally healthy/positive and may provide the momentum for driving the share price higher. The stock has "Hold" rating by Stifel Nicolaus on Thursday, February 15. JP Morgan has "Neutral" rating and $42 target. The firm has "Outperform" rating given on Thursday, October 5 by Credit Suisse.
  • Comcast Corp's (NASDAQ:CMCSA) Sentiment is 0.93

    Comcast Corp's (NASDAQ:CMCSA) Sentiment is 0.93

    Economy

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    ECB's Draghi warns over eurozone slowdown, trade war risk

    Economy

    The ECB kept its interest rate unchanged and central bank president Mario Draghi gave an upbeat assessment of the region's economy, meanwhile in the U.S., weekly data showing the number of people applying for unemployment benefits dropped to its lowest level in 49 years.
  • US First Quarter Economic Growth Slows Less Than Forecast

    US First Quarter Economic Growth Slows Less Than Forecast

    Economy

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  • Jets select QB Sam Darnold with No. 3 overall draft pick

    Jets select QB Sam Darnold with No. 3 overall draft pick

    Economy

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  • WhatsApp raises minimum user age to 16 ahead of GDPR

    WhatsApp raises minimum user age to 16 ahead of GDPR

    Economy

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    Interest rate, oil price surges curb stocks on Wall Street

    Economy

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