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As well as expanding its warehouse the retail group is also pushing hard on its delivery proposition for customers and is one of a number of retailers to try to tie in customers with unlimited next day delivery passes. "We continued to grow strongly in the United Kingdom, our largest market, whilst worldwide growth exceeded our expectations, particularly in the U.S.", they said.
  • Spacecraft flies between Saturn and rings in historic 1st

    Spacecraft flies between Saturn and rings in historic 1st

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    Cassini was programmed to collect science data while close to the planet and turn toward Earth to make contact about 20 hours after the crossing. Launched in 1997, Cassini reached Saturn in 2004.. The gap between the rings and the top of Saturn's atmosphere is about 2,000 kilometres wide. No spacecraft has ever flown between a planet and its rings.
  • Precision Drilling out with latest financial stats

    Precision Drilling out with latest financial stats

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    The firm is scheduled to report its next earnings report on Thursday, July 20th. The Relative Volume value measured for Precision Drilling Corporation (PDS ) is 0.95. The company has an average rating of "Buy" and an average target price of $6.91. 1,903,472 shares of the company traded hands. The stock's price switched up -11.64% 20-Days Simple Moving Average, dropped -15.11% from 50-Days Simple Moving Average and fell -15.19% from 200 Days Simple Moving Average.
  • NASA spacesuits over budget, tight on timeline: audit

    NASA spacesuits over budget, tight on timeline: audit

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    However, Trump moved that deadline up, telling Whitson that he'd like to see a Mars trip "at worst, during my second term". "My thought was, 'Wow, am I glad all this was working, '" Rodney Grubbs, program manager for NASA Imagery Experts, said afterward during an NAB panel.
  • BlackBerry KeyOne Launches In the UK Exclusive To Selfridges

    BlackBerry KeyOne Launches In the UK Exclusive To Selfridges

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    The keys are nicely separated and the spacebar doubles as a fingerprint reader. Thankfully, it also runs Android now, so all of the apps you are used to, will be safe and secure on it. A quick glimpse lets you see the overall security rating for your device and provides simple access allowing you to easily improve your security status.
  • Neanderthals in California? Maybe so, provocative study says

    Neanderthals in California? Maybe so, provocative study says

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    The scientists say the fractures and other damage to the bones can not be explained through chewing by carnivores or through the trampling of the mastodon bones by other large animals. The result: 130,700 years old, give or take 9,400 years. "Well, maybe it's not completely impossible", McNabb said. There have been several other claims of an even earlier bipedal footprint on the continent, but none would take that timeline back further than 50,000 years, and all remain sharply contested.
  • Merlin Entertainments PLC (MERL) Rating Reiterated by HSBC Holdings plc

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    HSBC Holdings plc's price objective points to a potential upside of 15.24% from the stock's previous close. Several other analysts have also recently commented on ASCL. Shares of Audioboom Group PLC ( LON:BOOM ) traded down 5.26% on Monday, hitting GBX 2.25. This represents a dividend yield of 3%. The ex-dividend date is Thursday, April 6th.
  • Japan, US on high alert over N. Korea

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    According to Reuters and other media, the USS Michigan , an Ohio-class nuclear submarine, arrived in Busan, South Korea, on the day. "It'll be there a few days, and then it will leave port and be operating in the area", Harris said. The Pentagon's top commander in the Pacific accepted full responsibility on Wednesday for a bewildering chain of events this month that mistakenly left the impression that the aircraft carrier Carl Vinson was rushing to confront an increasingly belligerent ...
  • Deepika's hot avatar in Raabta song gets Kriti and Sushant too excited!

    Deepika's hot avatar in Raabta song gets Kriti and Sushant too excited!

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    The moment we saw the song we just couldn't let our eyes off her. Deepika's got a plum spot - she appears in the film's title track. She flew down to Budapest to shoot for the much-awaited number. because it's a sensitive thing. After that it was a swift shoot". Deepika's appearance in Raabta has been ascribed to her friendship with the film's director Dinesh Vijan and producer Homi Adajania (T-Series is co-producing).
  • New Zealand feeling too full for some Kiwis' taste

    New Zealand feeling too full for some Kiwis' taste

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    New Zealand gained a record number of migrants for the year to March 31, according to government figures released Wednesday, with a net gain of 71,900 people. Rising immigration is shaping up to be a key election issue as it strains the country's infrastructure and has been blamed for inflaming property markets.
  • Delcath Systems (DCTH) Receives Daily Media Impact Score of

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    The last session's volume of 7.53 million shares was lower than its average volume of 12.39 million shares. The Beta for the company stands at 1.71 and its Average True Range (ATR) shows a value of 0.01. Checking in on some other technical levels, the 14-day RSI is now at 30.63. In phrases of Market analysis and buying and selling signals, RSI moving above the horizontal 30 reference standard is regarded as a bullish indicator, at the same time as the RSI transferring under the horizontal 70 ...
  • Astronaut Peggy Whitson sets American record for cumulative time spent in space

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    President Donald Trump congratulated NASA astronaut Peggy Whitson as she broke a record for being the US astronaut who has spent the most time in orbit. The conversation between Trump and the astronauts also steered toward how the president is more impressed with astronauts than politicians as well as queries related to Peggy Whitson's research on recycling urine to make it drinkable.