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The tribe, whose cause has drawn thousands across the globe to join their protest, has challenged the Army Corps of Engineers' decision to grant permits for the $3.8 billion, 1,172-mile (1886 km) pipeline that would ship North Dakota crude through South Dakota and Iowa to IL.
  • Global stocks fall ahead of presidential debate

    Economia

    Stock prices around the world declined on Monday ahead of the first US presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, while oil prices rose in advance of an informal OPEC meeting in Algeria on hopes for an output cut. Goldman (N:) was off 0.8 percent and JPMorgan (N:) was lower by 0.54 percent. The S&P 500 was down 13.35 points, or 0.62 percent, at 2,151.34. "Investors are acting extremely nervous with regards to the debate.
  • Recordati avanza a Piazza Affari, rumors sulla possibile cessione

    Recordati avanza a Piazza Affari, rumors sulla possibile cessione

    Economia

    Indiscrezioni smentite con decisione dalla banca stessa. In questo quadro a Piazza Affari l'indice Ftse Mib ha chiuso con un ribasso dell'1,58% a 16.192 punti. Lettera su Mediobanca, che registra un importante calo del 3,40%. La posizione della famiglia Recordati , che ha in mano il 51% del capitale della società, è però nota.
  • Oil Prices Mixed as OPEC Meeting Looms

    Economia

    They rose this month when non-OPEC Russia pledged with Saudi Arabia to work on addressing the supply glut, but the governments provided scant detail on their plans. Algerian Energy Minister Noureddine Boutarfa has notably said OPEC could call a special decision-making meeting in Algiers. International Brent crude oil futures were down 25 cents, or 0.5 per cent, at $47.40 a barrel.
  • What Iran proposed for capping oil production

    Economia

    Oil prices were trading up about 2% on Monday on the hope that an OPEC deal in Algiers would help alleviate a global oversupply of oil. Brent crude futures were last up 94 cents on the day at $46.83 a barrel by 1335 GMT, having recovered from an earlier low of $45.74, while USA crude prices rose 87 cents to $45.35 a barrel.
  • PM Modi hits out at Pakistan after attack in Kashmir

    Economia

    Likening the anger in the country over Uri attack to that witnessed in the 1965 war, India's PrimeMinister Narendra Modi on Sunday (Sept 25) maintained that those responsible for the terror strike will surely be punished as he asserted that the army does not speak but displays bravery.
  • Man viciously beaten, robbed inside subway station

    Man viciously beaten, robbed inside subway station

    Economia

    A pair of attackers - one of whom wore brass knuckles - punched and kicked a man on a subway platform before stealing more than $1,100 in cash and belongings from him, the NYPD said. One man was last seen wearing a gray hooded sweatshirt and light-colored trousers. He was last seen wearing gray hooded sweater and light-colored trousers.
  • Golf Legend Arnold Palmer Passes Away at Age 87

    Economia

    He has always been a fighter and he never gave up on anything". Golf is such a great sport, but would it have been such a big deal without Palmer's contributions? He was a legend. Instead of returning to selling paint, Palmer played the next week in the Waite Memorial in Shawnee-on-Delaware, Pa., where he met Winifred Walzer, who would become his wife of 45 years until her death in 1999.
  • Singaporeans Indicted in US Navy Bribery Case

    Singaporeans Indicted in US Navy Bribery Case

    Economia

    The company's owner, Malaysian businessman Leonard Glenn Francis, also known as "Fat Leonard", pleaded guilty to bribery charges previous year. Peterson and Raja were taken into custody by authorities in Singapore at the request of the US government.