• Moon condemns N. Korean missile launch

    Economia

    The land-fired missile, which was launched from a site in the northwestern region of Kusong, had a flight time of around 30 minutes, according to the Japanese military. A previous test at the same site in February sent a missile 500 kilometres, far less than Sunday's launch. The projectile traveled around 700 kilometers [434 miles] before landing in open water east of the Korean Peninsula in the direction of Japan.
  • Base rate held as policymakers rein in growth forecast

    Economia

    Britain's economy shrugged off expectations of a recession after last year's referendum, and chalked up one of the fastest growth rates among major rich economies. USA academic Kristin Forbes, who leaves the MPC at the end of June, again voted to raise rates to 0.5 percent. Echoing language from the last policy meeting in March, the BoE said it would not take much upside news on growth and inflation for some other members of the MPC to join Ms Forbes.
  • Favourite Always Dreaming wins Kentucky Derby in the mud

    Favourite Always Dreaming wins Kentucky Derby in the mud

    Economia

    The Derby is his second major victory of the year. "It's even more sweet this time". "I don't think I'm any better trainer than I was an hour ago, but I felt like another one would solidify it". Having Velazquez as a passenger helped significantly in that regard. Always Dreaming overtook early favorite Classic Empire as the betting choice on Saturday morning, briefly sharing that status with Irish War Cry before holding on entering the gate.
  • Where Occidental Petroleum Corporation (OXY) Stands on ABR?

    Where Occidental Petroleum Corporation (OXY) Stands on ABR?

    Economia

    Several hedge funds have recently made changes to their positions in the stock. Likewise, the positive performance for the quarter was recorded as 9.25% and for the year was 4.55%, while the YTD performance remained at 14.39%. It is negative, as 66 investors sold Occidental Petroleum Corporation shares while 349 reduced holdings. The business also recently declared a quarterly dividend, which will be paid on Friday, July 14th.
  • Trump said Yates, Clapper choked 'like dogs' in Senate testimony

    Economia

    Kislyak has been a central figure in the ongoing Trump-Russia investigation. Said the president: "I was going to fire Comey, my decision". Many employees said they were furious about the firing, saying the circumstances of his dismissal did more damage to the FBI's independence than anything Comey did in his three-plus years in the job.
  • Snap Inc (SNAP) Raised to "Buy" at Vetr Inc

    Economia

    Even without that one-time cost, however, Snap's loss doubled from the same quarter a year earlier. It fell more than 25 percent in after-hours trading Wednesday, erasing most of Snap's gains since its IPO at $17 a share. A large reason for the underachievement is due to the number of users slowing down. During Q1 2016, Snap registered $0.32 per user, while Wednesday's report placed ARPU at $0.90.
  • United fears cockpit security protocols were made public

    United fears cockpit security protocols were made public

    Economia

    CNN obtained a bulletin sent to the airline's pilots warning them that "flight deck access procedures may have been compromised". We are working to resolve this'. The airline serves 215 domestic airports and 122 worldwide destinations, according to United's website . "In the interim this protocol ensures our cockpits remain secure", King said in a statement.
  • Cyber attack criminals will be brought to justice, investigators pledge

    Cyber attack criminals will be brought to justice, investigators pledge

    Economia

    Symantec predicted infections so far would cost tens of millions of dollars, mostly from cleaning corporate networks. But it appears to be "low-level" stuff, given the amounts of ransom demanded, Eisen said Saturday. Symantec researcher Vikram Thakur said that total fix costs are likely to be in the tens of millions of dollars. A cybersecurity researcher appears to have accidentally discovered a "kill switch" that can prevent the spread of the ransomware.
  • OPEC calls for 'collective efforts' to counter U.S. oil boom

    Economia

    In 2018 average output is expected to reach 1.94 million barrels per day in Q1, 1.91 million barrels per day in Q2, 1.94 million barrels per day in Q3 and 1.99 million barrels per day in Q4. shows, as shale explorers emerge from a two-year rout buoyed by the initial price gains after OPEC announced its plan. OPEC did not publish a compliance number.
  • China, U.S. reach trade agreements on beef, poultry and natural gas

    China, U.S. reach trade agreements on beef, poultry and natural gas

    Economia

    The new deal does not touch on issues such as Chinese exports of steel and aluminum that are a growing source of trade friction. Zhu made the comments at a news briefing in Beijing. Last month, Chinese President Xi Jinping visited Washington to begin talks on economic cooperation with US President Donald Trump, who had repeatedly criticized the US trade deficit with China during his presidential election campaign.