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AP Sports Writer Kyle Hightower in Boston and The Canadian Press contributed. The Ottawa Senators took a 2-1 series lead against the Boston Bruins with a 4-3 win and the Nashville Predators are 3-0 up against the Chicago Blackhawks after a 3-2 victory.
  • Oppenheimer Holdings Inc. Reiterates "Buy" Rating for TherapeuticsMD Inc (TXMD)

    Economia

    Given the importance of identifying companies that will grow earnings per share at high rate, we then need to consider how to identify which companies will achieve high growth rates. The legal version of this news story can be viewed at https://baseballnewssource.com/markets/therapeuticsmd-inc-txmd-receives-buy-rating-from-oppenheimer-holdings-inc-updated/531501.html.
  • Oil near flat in strong week for crude

    Oil near flat in strong week for crude

    Economia

    Prices are still up from about $42 a barrel a year ago, and OPEC was upbeat on the outlook for the market. Oil prices edged higher yesterday after the International Energy Agency (IEA) said the market was nearing balance, while United States data showing higher production kept gains in check.
  • BP kills Alaska well after capping oil, natural gas leaks

    Economia

    On Friday, an oil spill occurred at a well on the frozen tundra of Alaska's North Slope near Prudhoe Bay, The Wall Street Journal. The North Slope is also home to vast underground reserves of natural gas, but the lack of a gas pipeline out of the region has kept companies from bringing any of it to market.
  • President Trump: North Korea's Kim Jong Un Has 'Gotta Behave'

    Economia

    China has been less aggressive than the U.S. in seeking to cool down North Korea's aggressive development of nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles. Pence, dressed in a green military jacket, said aboard the hulking USS Ronald Reagan that President Donald Trump's administration would continue to "work diligently" with allies like Japan, China and other global powers to apply economic and diplomatic pressure on Pyongyang.
  • Wall St gains as focus shifts to earnings

    Economia

    While investors around the world are anxious about rising geopolitical tensions with Syria, Russia and North Korea, US equities have shrugged off these worries, finishing higher this morning - with all sectors in positive territory. IBM reported earnings after the closing bell, missing revenue estimates and beating earnings estimates by 3 cents. The Russell 2000 is up 4.05 points, or 0.3 percent.
  • AkzoNobel plans to spin off Specialty Chemicals unit

    Economia

    Dutch paints, coating and chemicals giant AkzoNobel announced a split into two businesses on Wednesday. Dulux paint-owner AkzoNobel has reported a "record performance" for its first quarter as it continues to resist a hostile takeover attempt by a United States rival.
  • May calls snap United Kingdom election for June 8

    Economia

    The U.K. voted 52 percent to 48 percent to leave the European Union, but Scotland backed remaining by a large majority, and Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon is seeking to hold a referendum on independence from the U.K. Many Americans may not know what a snap election is , since the United States holds presidential elections every four years, regardless of whether the president or any other elected official wants them or not.
  • Moratti:

    Moratti: "Berlusconi è stato un rivoluzionario"

    Economia

    Il Milan è ufficialmente un club cinese. Anche Massimo Moratti , ex presidente dell'Inter, ha voluto rendere omaggio, ai microfoni di 'Sky', alla figura di Silvio Berlusconi nel giorno della cessione del Milan ai cinesi. "Gli estremi dell'accordo sono quelli resi noti a suo tempo e prevedono una valutazione complessiva dell'AC Milan pari a 740 milioni di euro, comprensivi di una situazione debitoria stimata al 30 giugno 2016, come da intese fra le parti, in circa 220 milioni di euro.
  • Will Nintendo release a Nintendo Switch Mini in 2019?

    Economia

    And now we have a number to put to that claim: "The Nintendo Switch system sold more than 906,000 units in March", according to Nintendo. NPD's data accounts only for US sales, but the current global estimate puts March Switch totals at 2.4 million consoles sold.
  • Australia abolishes visa programme used largely by Indians

    Economia

    Majority of Indian IT professionals are using H1-B visa similar to 457 visa to find jobs in IS and they may face difficulties after the new review system is implemented. This is published unedited from the ANI feed . Turnbull stressed that migration was an integral part of the Australian story and its success had helped the nation to become the worlds most successful multicultural nation.