• Why Shares of Deutsche Bank AG Jumped 14% Today

    Economia

    It was rumored earlier this month that the German banking giant would be fined $14 billion by the US government, relating to an investigation into Deutsche Bank's mortgaged back securities, dating back before the financial crisis. The euro rose 0.1 per cent to $US1.1230, after falling as much as 0.6 per cent. Heating oil rose 2 cents to $1.51 a gallon. In other energy trading, wholesale gasoline fell 1 cent to $1.47 a gallon.
  • Repaired gasoline pipeline close to reopening, easing shortages

    Economia

    The report does not identify the cause of the leak. He also loosened regulations on the number of hours fuel truck drivers could work in an attempt to keep gas flowing. Richard Parks, 32, an electrician in Atlanta , said he saw the price of regular gas jump at a Shell Station in East Atlanta to $2.69 on Monday from $2.51 on Sunday.
  • China's richest man warns of 'the biggest bubble in history'

    China's richest man warns of 'the biggest bubble in history'

    Economia

    Bubble is a sensitive word in China after the dramatic rise and spectacular crash in the country's stock market past year, which wiped out the savings of millions of small investors who thought Beijing wouldn't allow the market to drop. Revenue from Wanda's cultural division, which also includes its growing tourism business, theme parks and sports, is expected to grow at least 30 percent this year, potentially reaching 70 billion yuan ($10.5 billion), according to Wang.
  • Wreckage blocks access to second data recorder in New Jersey train crash

    Economia

    The Thursday morning rush hour crash left a 34-year-old woman on the platform dead and toppled support columns in the early 20th century building, a major transit point for New York City-bound commuters. Final reports of accident investigations typically take months. Train service remained suspended in and out of the Hoboken terminal, one of the busiest transit hubs in the NY area, accommodating some 60,000 people a day.
  • California governor signs bill approving gender-neutral bathrooms

    Economia

    California already guarantees workers up to 70 percent of their pay for six weeks to bond with a new child or care for a relative. Assembly Bill 1676 was also signed into law on Friday, and is created to prevent employers from getting away with paying women less for performing similar tasks as other co-workers.
  • Trump Stumbles Over Name of African American History Museum at Virginia Rally

    Economia

    Four generations of the Bonner family rang an ancient bell from one of America's first black churches to open the museum. "African American history is not somehow separate than the American story", Obama said during his speech . "It's absolutely breathtaking for me", said Verna Eggleston, 61, of New York City. "A great nation does not hide its history", Bush said. From the slave block, three-fifths of a man, and Jim Crow to a place here on the National Mall.
  • Consegnata alla Marina Militare la fremm Alpino

    Consegnata alla Marina Militare la fremm Alpino

    Economia

    Le FREMM sono destinate a costituire la "spina dorsale" della Marina Militare dei prossimi decenni. Leonardo contribuisce al programma FREMM con la fornitura di numerosi sistemi e apparati, anche attraverso la società MBDA (partecipata al 25%).
  • Francois Hollande visits Calais, pledges to dismantle migrant camp

    Economia

    At present, almost 10,000 undocumented immigrants are gathered in Calais as they wait for an opportunity to cross the Eurotunnel that runs under the British Channel to arrive in the United Kingdom. In a letter to Hollande, a group of eight nonprofit organizations helping migrants called for a long-term policy of hospitality and integration in France.
  • Native Canadians Join US Sioux Tribe in Fight Against Oil Pipelines

    Economia

    The letter states that the construction work destroyed "ancient burial sites, places of prayer and other significant cultural artifacts sacred to the Lakota and Dakota people". A separate lawsuit filed by the Yankton Sioux tribe in South Dakota challenged the same thing. There are an estimated 3,000 to 4,000 in the camp, with several thousand more on weekends, according to Standing Rock Sioux Chairman Dave Archambault II.