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  • Three Mile Island to Shutter Its Doors in 2019

    Three Mile Island to Shutter Its Doors in 2019

    The company's Calvert Cliffs nuclear plant in Southern Maryland is meanwhile "not now among those plants identified as being at risk financially", and therefore Exelon does not plan to seek similar clean energy incentives in this state, spokesman Paul Adams said.

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  • Consumers to get impacted with higher GST rates: Telecom tower body

    Consumers to get impacted with higher GST rates: Telecom tower body

    The services offered through admission to cinematography films or entertainment events in cinema halls will be imposed with a rate of 28% under GST effective from July 1, the Finance Ministry said in a statement. In addition to the benefit of lower headline rates of GST, the service providers shall be eligible for full input tax credits (ITC) of GST paid in respect of inputs and input services.

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  • PPG abandons pursuit of Dulux firm AkzoNobel

    PPG abandons pursuit of Dulux firm AkzoNobel

    The decision marks a setback in PPG's efforts to. Under Dutch securities rules, PPG may not approach Akzo again during a six month cool-down period. The group added that it made a final attempt at engaging with AkzoNobel's board last week, but did not receive a response. Although it has retained its independence, Akzo must make good on promises it made to appease shareholders unhappy after it refused to enter talks with PPG.

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  • Leaving climate deal likely wouldn't add US jobs

    White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer could not say earlier Wednesday whether the president had already made up his mind, telling reporters that Trump will be the "ultimate decider". Laurene Powell Jobs, founder of advocacy group Emerson Collective and widow of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, told an audience late Wednesday at the Code Conference in Ranchos Palos Verdes, Calif.

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  • Powerful explosion rocks Kabul killing 90 people, injuring over 350

    The insurgent group rarely claims responsibility for attacks that kill large numbers of civilians. The NDS also asserted that Pakistan's spy agency, ISI, helped in planning the attack. A huge crater ripped into the ground at the site of the blast and shattered windows in houses more than a kilometre away were testament to the power of the explosion, which was set off by a bomb concealed in the tanker.

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  • Walmart Employees Will Now Deliver Packages to Your Home

    Walmart Employees Will Now Deliver Packages to Your Home

    Wells Fargo & Co began coverage on Wal-Mart Stores in a research note on Wednesday, January 25th. The stock notched a 12-month high of $80.84 while $92.00 target is by far the most aggressive out of analysts who are now evaluating the company, $11.16 higher than the next highest 52-week price estimate.

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  • Kellogg shutters distribution centers, lays off workers

    Kellogg shutters distribution centers, lays off workers

    Earlier this year, Kellogg's announced it would close its Sharonville facility, on Mosteller Road, following a change in its sales and distribution model. The Battle Creek, Mich. -based company notified Missouri on Friday that it's closing the Earth City distribution center between July 29 and August 17.

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  • Economy grows at 3.7% in Q1, fuelled by household spending, business investment

    That's disappointing because the Bank of Canada is counting on global shipments and business investment to take over from household consumption and real estate as the country's primary growth engines. - Business investment made a comeback in the first quarter. Canadian economic growth in the first quarter came on multiple fronts. "If we continue to get growth numbers like this, absent trade policy risks, it's going to be tougher for the Bank of Canada to avoid rate hikes at some ...

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  • Police arrest man on English south coast in bombing inquiry

    His city centre flat was one of the last places he went - and where he may have made the final touches to his explosive device - before going to the arena, police have said . Fourteen people are now in custody in relation to the attack, including a 23-year-old man arrested early Monday in the southern coastal town of Shoreham-by-Sea on suspicion of terrorism offenses.

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  • Liberum Capital Reiterates "Buy" Rating for Restaurant Group PLC (RTN)

    Deutsche Bank AG upgraded BP plc from a "hold" rating to a "buy" rating in a report on Tuesday, April 4th. The firm has "Hold" rating by Societe Generale given on Monday, November 9. Wellington Mngmt Grp Incorporated Llp owns 2.94M shares or 0.01% of their USA portfolio. Swiss Financial Bank holds 0.12% or 1.62M shares. Anadarko Pete Corp (NYSE:APC) was raised too.

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  • Totti kept on bench at start of final match with Roma

    Totti kept on bench at start of final match with Roma

    And I can no longer slip back in. I'm taking off the shirt for the last time, although I'm not ready to do it, and maybe never will be. Earlier this season, Roma director of football Monchi had said Totti would retire at the end of the season and become a director.

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  • High Possibility of War with North Korea, Warns New South Korean President

    High Possibility of War with North Korea, Warns New South Korean President

    Haley said the USA and China have been working on "a unified plan" on how to approach North Korea that would include stronger implementation of existing sanctions and tougher new sanctions. The South Korean military has said that the descending rate of the Hwasong-12 missile was somewhere between Mach 15 and 24, which falls short of the minimum falling rate of Mach 24 that any intercontinental ballistic missile would have recorded.

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  • Puerto Rico militant freed from custody after 36 years

    Puerto Rico militant freed from custody after 36 years

    Those whose relatives died in bombings carried out by the Marxist-Leninist group that Oscar Lopez Rivera helped lead have derided attempts to cast the 74-year-old as a hero and criticized celebrations of his release scheduled for several US cities in coming weeks.

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  • Kandla has potential to become a top global port, says Modi

    Kandla has potential to become a top global port, says Modi

    The deal talks mark an attempt by TPG Capital to make its debut in the Indian ports and logistics sector.(Representational picture) Ahmedabad, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday said developing modern ports was important for India to cement its position in the global trade sector.

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  • Len McCluskey 'confident' that opinion polls will start to turn for Labour

    Len McCluskey 'confident' that opinion polls will start to turn for Labour

    The Conservatives have published a 17-page dossier on Labour's new spending plans , its promises to reverse Tory cuts and proposals for raising revenue. The £100 savings on water bills would come from stopping the extraction of dividends to shareholders, which have averaged £1.8bn per year during the last 10 years, and reducing interest payments on water company debt by £500m per year.

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  • China presses South Korea on THAAD missile system

    Japan has been concerned that Moon will take a tough line on feuds stemming from its 1910-1945 colonization of the Korean Peninsula and could fray ties at a time when cooperation over North Korea is vital. Talking to reporters, Suh endorsed Moon's call for a summit meeting with North Korean ruler Kim Jong Un, although saying it would be hard for such a meeting to take place soon, considering the tension over the North's nuclear program.

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  • Gap shares climb after profit exceeds expectations

    Gap shares climb after profit exceeds expectations

    The transaction was disclosed in a document filed with the SEC, which is available at this hyperlink . Gap Inc (NYSE:GPS) institutional sentiment decreased to 0.9 in Q4 2016. Gap's dividend payout ratio (DPR) is 55.09%. WARNING: This story was posted by The Cerbat Gem and is the sole property of of The Cerbat Gem. Moreover, Utd Services Automobile Association has 0.01% invested in Gap Inc (NYSE: GPS ) for 126,834 shares.

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  • Treasury's Mnuchin: 'We do not support breaking up banks'

    Treasury's Mnuchin: 'We do not support breaking up banks'

    Mnuchin, who was asked to testify before the Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs , sidestepped Ohio Democratic Ranking Member Sherrod Brown's request for a complete list of any associates of Mr. But as the New Yorker explained in April , Trump's support of its restoration was always to be heeded with caution . Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin on Thursday said that the Trump administration has no intention of breaking up the biggest banks despite administration statements ...

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