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The panel rejected new United States claims that the repayable support for the airbus models A350 XWB and A380 are "prohibited subsidies", which is an important win for the EU. But there are certain findings of the panel that we consider to be unsatisfactory. According to the U.S. Trade Representative, damages totaled $22 billion.
  • More explosives possibly found inside home of suspected terrorist

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    The Joint Terrorism Task Force was called in to investigate the Chelsea blasts well as the New Jersey incident. Rahami was not initially cooperative with police who tried to interview him, a law enforcement official said. What led to Rahami's arrest? FBI personnel search an address during an investigation into Ahmad Khan Rahami , who was wanted for questioning in an explosion in NY, which authorities believe is linked to the explosive devices found in New Jersey, in Elizabeth, ...
  • Wells Fargo CEO preparing to apologize to Senate committee

    Wells Fargo CEO preparing to apologize to Senate committee

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    Stumpf detailed some of the steps the company is taking in an effort to improve Wells Fargo's culture and rebuild the bank's trust with consumers. Stumpf told lawmakers he was " deeply sorry " and detailed a five-year timeline of attempts the bank made to deter misconduct.
  • Builder Confidence Jumps Six Points in September

    Builder Confidence Jumps Six Points in September

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    A reading of 50 or higher indicates that more builders view conditions favorably. The index has been mostly at 58 since rising to 61 in January. Last year, an NAHB report found that the construction of a 25-home rental community would generate $3 million in local income, $550,000 in local taxes, and 40 local jobs.
  • Kohl's to hire 69000 seasonal workers

    Kohl's to hire 69000 seasonal workers

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    To prepare for the holiday shopping season, the retailer said it will hire 70,000 seasonal workers for its stores and 7,500 team members for its distribution and fulfillment facilities in the coming months. Retailers make almost a third of their annual sales and generate almost 40 percent of their profits during the selling season that starts a day after Thanksgiving and continues into early January.
  • Sports Direct to undertake independent review of working practices

    Sports Direct to undertake independent review of working practices

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    The investigation into Sports Direct's workplace practices and corporate governance will be conducted by an independent party rather than the group's own legal advisors. Corporate and insurance firm RPC, which has offices in London and Bristol, was due to lead the retailer's "360-degree" review of working practices and corporate governance.
  • Florida Gov: Miami's Wynwood area no longer active Zika zone

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    Although no new locally transmitted cases have been reported in the Wynwood area for the past six weeks, Scott said the USA government needs to approve spending to arrest any future spread of the virus in Florida and elsewhere, including mosquito abatement, education and testing for Zika.
  • Hillary Clinton: We will release more medical records 'very shortly'

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    Clinton hasn't campaigned since she became dizzy and dehydrated during a 9/11 memorial service in NY on Sunday. Speaking with reporters after her rally, Clinton said her "senior staff" knew that she was diagnosed with the illness last Friday but did not say when running mate Tim Kaine was informed.
  • Ivanka Trump, Speaker Ryan Meet in New York City

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    A senior Republican aide confirmed the meeting to Independent Journal Review, noting that the meeting was at the request of Ivanka Trump . Ivanka, along with her brothers Eric Trump and Donald, Jr., have taken on a very public role in their father's campaign.
  • Federal prosecutors investigate Wells Fargo's sales practices

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    The U.S. Attorney's Offices for the Southern District of NY and the Northern District of California are in the first stages of an examination that eventually could result in federal court action, a U.S. David Mayorga, a spokesman for the regulator, said Wednesday he could not discuss whether such a referral had been made. The investigation was first reported by the Wall Street Journal .
  • Cypress Energy Partners, L.P. (NYSE:CELP) Assigned Rating Of 2.5

    Cypress Energy Partners, L.P. (NYSE:CELP) Assigned Rating Of 2.5

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    Energy Transfer Equity, L.P. (ETE) is a limited partnership company. "Outperform View" rating was revealed by 7 and "Underperform Signal" rating was issued by 0. The company pays a US$0.285-cent-per-share quarterly dividend, giving it a 6.84% yield. Enbridge Energy Partners, L.P.'s revenue for the quarter was down 20.1% compared to the same quarter a year ago.
  • Cop shot, critical after gunfire exchange; 1 suspect dead

    Cop shot, critical after gunfire exchange; 1 suspect dead

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    The shooting happened around 2:30 a.m. Saturday in a parking garage near Caesars Casino in Atlantic City. "At the time of their encounter, one of the individuals shot and wounded one of our Atlantic City police officers". Police said: "The investigation revealed that three of the men had been victims of an armed robbery committed by the other three men: the deceased man, and two others".
  • Pipeline protest site a city unto itself with school, meals

    Pipeline protest site a city unto itself with school, meals

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    The Water Protectors object to the pipeline because its route is planned to go under the Missouri River which is the only source of water for the Standing Rock Sioux tribal lands. No one - neither the company, nor the tribe, nor federal agencies - has said . The Standing Rock Sioux have demonstrated just how committed they are to their cause, as even in the face of bulldozers plowing through the sacred burial grounds of their ancestors, they have maintained a peaceful approach.
  • What do Analysts suggest for: Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC)

    What do Analysts suggest for: Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC)

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    A number of hedge funds and other institutional investors have recently added to or reduced their stakes in INTC. Putting all the analyst ratings together for Tangoe, Inc. "Outperform View" rating was revealed by 3 and "Underperform Signal" rating was issued by 2. With that in mind Intel Corp . The shares were sold at an average price of $34.46, for a total transaction of $51,896.76.
  • Guardiola pleads for City fans to embrace Champions League

    Guardiola pleads for City fans to embrace Champions League

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    The England worldwide even looks a potential future captain and the 22-year-old admits wearing the armband is an ambition. "We start again and what we did in the past is the past - there are no guarantees to play good or win the game". Guardiola said: "I don't know, I've been thinking about it since two days ago". "It would have been nice to score, but 4-0 was the ideal score for me".
  • There are budgetary constraints on recapitalizing Indian banks: Jaitley

    There are budgetary constraints on recapitalizing Indian banks: Jaitley

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    The government has allocated Rs 25,000 crore for capital allocation in the PSU banks in 2016-17. He described the NPAs situation as being "not static or permanent". The minister also said the Department of Financial Services and the RBI would prepare a policy on how to deal with those companies which have got a lot of stressed assets in the real estate sector.
  • Shares of Deutsche Bank plunge amid U.S. legal dispute

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    Friday's consumer price inflation data is the next test for rates-focused traders.The dwindling chances of a rate hike helped boost US stock indexes between 1 percent and 1.5 percent on Thursday. German chancellor Angela Merkel warned one summit could not fix all Europe's problems. ASIA'S DAY: Japan's Nikkei 225 index gained 0.7 percent to 16,519.29 and Australia's S&P ASX 200 added 1.1 percent to 5,296.70.
  • British retail sales edge slightly lower in August

    British retail sales edge slightly lower in August

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    The employment rate remained at a record high of 74.5 per cent, with 31.8 million people in work between May and July - 174,000 more than the previous quarter. The ONS said that the number of people in paid employment in the public sector has been falling since March 2010. "Our Labour Market Strategy shows that there is still more that we can and will do".
  • 1.9 million Vehicles Recalled By Fiat Chrysler

    1.9 million Vehicles Recalled By Fiat Chrysler

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    Fiat Chrysler said it was " aware of three fatalities and five injuries that may potentially be related to this condition". "If all these factors are present, there may be an increased potential for occupant injury", FCA said. Most of the Fiat Chrysler cars being recalled are in the United States, but 224,860 were sold in Canada and Mexico and 284,051 were sold outside North America.
  • Workers' up-front health costs keep rising, Kaiser study says

    Workers' up-front health costs keep rising, Kaiser study says

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    The average annual premium for family coverage, shared by employer and worker, rose 3 percent this year to $18,142. High-deductible plans have been growing in popularity in recent years, as employers seek to shift more of the cost to their staff and keep premium increases at bay.
  • NextEra Energy Partners' (NEP) Buy Rating Reaffirmed at Barclays PLC

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    VLP has been the subject of several recent research reports. The prior close of the stock price is recorded at $18.00. They noted that the move was a valuation call. BlackRock Fund Advisors now owns 13,643 shares of the company's stock worth $371,000 after buying an additional 8,370 shares during the last quarter.
  • Trump visiting Flint to denounce govt role in water crisis

    Trump visiting Flint to denounce govt role in water crisis

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    Trump's visit to Flint, like his one last month to flood-stricken Louisiana, is bound to produce images aimed at persuading Americans that the celebrity businessman can appear presidential. The mayor said employees and staff at the water plant "cannot afford the disruption of a last-minute visit". As Trump's motorcade rolled through town between the water plant and the church, stopping traffic, onlookers snapped photos and waved.
  • Horizon Pharma to pay 21% premium to buy Raptor Pharmaceutical

    Horizon Pharma to pay 21% premium to buy Raptor Pharmaceutical

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    Over the past year, the stock has traded as high as $12.42 and as low as $2.94. The company expects annual revenue of $125 million to $135 million. The investigation centers on whether Raptor's Board of Directors is acting in the shareholders' best interests, whether the board considered alternatives to the acquisition, and whether the board has employed an adequate process to review and act on the proposed transaction.
  • Clinton has 'worked through' previous health episodes

    Clinton has 'worked through' previous health episodes

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    Clinton has so far released more details about her health than Trump. "There's no other undisclosed condition". "It is brutal and you have to be on all the time , all the time and it takes a toll", said Goldstein. Soon after, her campaign said she become "overheated" at the outdoor morning event. Trump on Monday called Clinton's remarks "the biggest mistake of the political season".
  • Trump said the Fed is keeping rates 'artificially low' to help Obama

    Trump said the Fed is keeping rates 'artificially low' to help Obama

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    Well, the real rate of interest on AAA corporate bonds bounces around a bit, but at the moment yields are running about 1 percent. "[Obama] wants to go out". It's worth noting that the market tends to shake at the prospect of higher interest rates, which naturally make the cost of borrowing money more expensive.
  • Asian stocks advance after worries over Fed rate hike ease

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    But people are perhaps more interested in listening to what Fed Governor Lael Brainard has to say, as she is such an influential voice. Down under, Australia's August National Australia Bank (NAB) Business Confidence Survey showed that business conditions slowed for a second month, but confidence actually picked up after the central bank cut rates in August.
  • Netanyahu claims opposing settlements is 'ethnic cleansing'

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    Controversial as these moves may have been at the time, they were not " ethnic cleansing ". Benjamin Netanyahu's comments Sunday came two days after a rare American rebuke for statements in which he insisted settlements were not an obstacle to peace and that Palestinians wanted the "ethnic cleansing" of Jews in the West Bank.
  • BA apologizes for delays caused by computer glitches

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    By 8 p.m. EDT, there were already long queues and thousands of frustrated passengers at airports around the world. This has been a hard summer for airlines, many of which have had to contend with technical problems that lead to delays, cancellations and thousands of angry customers.
  • Clinton's bout of pneumonia raises worries for Democrats

    Clinton's bout of pneumonia raises worries for Democrats

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    He called her health "an issue" in the campaign, without actually using the P word. Trump on Monday also put out a new ad highlighting Clinton's comments saying half of his supporters fit into a "basket of deplorables". Even though Clinton was notified of the pneumonia diagnosis Friday, she still made a decision to go forward with two fundraisers, a national security meeting and press conference and multiple media interviews.