• Lloyds Banking Group PLC (LLOY) Receives Average Rating of
Lloyds Banking Group PLC (LLOY) Receives Average Rating of "Buy" from Analysts

My Size, Inc. tumbled -62.57% from its high of $3.58 to a $24.22 million market value through last close. The Stock now has a Weekly Volatility of 1.36% and Monthly Volatility of 1.49%. Volume is an important indicator in technical analysis as it is used to measure the relative worth of a market move. Among this group of ratios is the turnover to...

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  • Sensex, Nifty open lower on global cues
Sensex, Nifty open lower on global cues

Markets in Asia opened lowered on Wednesday, following an overnight drop in USA stocks where the Dow fell more than 400 points. Meanwhile, the broad based NSE Nifty went up by 29.65 or 0.28% at 10,614.35 with 23 components registering rise.

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  • 3 passengers Wounded, window hits turbulence
3 passengers Wounded, window hits turbulence

The incident has been described as a "freak kind of severe turbulence". Indian governmental bodies the Directorate General of Civil Aviation and the Aircraft Accident Investigation Board said they are investigating . On 20 April, a senior government official said that private equity (PE) and venture capital (VC) funds with adequate net worth a...

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  • Man tasered on American Airlines flight after allegedly fondling a female passenger
Man tasered on American Airlines flight after allegedly fondling a female passenger

American Airlines released a statement that read in part, "The instigating passenger was asked by our Miami team members to deplane and he refused". Witnesses told News 6 partner WPLG Jacob Garcia, 28, had been rude to a couple on board the flight from Miami to Chicago. Passenger videos show police zapping the man as they struggled to get h...

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  • Sunny with Breezy North Winds
Sunny with Breezy North Winds

Skies remain cloudy for Tuesday with isolated showers and highs in the upper 60s. Look for highs tomorrow near 74 and Southeast winds picking up to 10-15 miles per hour. Rain will return early next week. We are not expecting severe storms with this system, but we are still recovering from heavy rain last weekend, and with this system slowly...

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  • EPA inspector general to investigate Scott Pruitt's security detail on trips
EPA inspector general to investigate Scott Pruitt's security detail on trips

Among those scandals: He reportedly spent $25,000 on a soundproof phone booth, regularly requests per diem lodging expenses above the government's daily spending rate, rented a room in a home owned by the wife of an energy lobbyist, defied a White House in order to give two close aides massive raises and consistently flies first class in order ...

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  • Markets end in green, Asian cues push Sensex, Nifty higher
Markets end in green, Asian cues push Sensex, Nifty higher

Participants were eager to take money off the table after the recent rally - the markets' longest winning streak in over three years - even as the wider sentiment remains positive, underpinned by upbeat macro cues and forecast of a normal monsoon, brokers said.

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  • Amazon's 100M Prime Subscribers are Big for Streaming Content
Amazon's 100M Prime Subscribers are Big for Streaming Content

Alexa is also getting better at understanding what's said . While it has been the topic of a debate and wild speculation, all of that has been put to rest with Amazon finally coming clean on the size of its Prime member base. Bezos writes: " Amazon Music continues to grow fast and now has tens of millions of paid customers". Bezos did not...

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  • Miguel Diaz-Canel, 57, selected as next president of Cuba
Miguel Diaz-Canel, 57, selected as next president of Cuba

Internet access has increased dramatically over the past two years but the country still has one of the lowest percentages of home internet usage in the world. The rubber-stamp National Assembly voted on the proposal to promote Diaz-Canel, who is now first vice president. A few even call for political reform.

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  • Tesla Model 3 Moves to 24/7 Production
Tesla Model 3 Moves to 24/7 Production

There was no guarantee 5000 cars would be rolling off the production line every week by the end of June, but investor communications said the next quarter will lay the "groundwork" for the "long-sought ideal combination of high volume, good gross margin and strong positive operating cash flow".

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  • Canelo Alvarez suspended for 6 months for doping violations
Canelo Alvarez suspended for 6 months for doping violations

With Alvarez's May 5 rematch with Gennady Golovkin cancelled, there is no forthcoming purse. It's a good show for L.A. Cinco De Mayo. Alvarez held a news conference earlier this month and explained how tainted meat is the reason he can't fight Golovkin next month.

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  • Tesla shuts down Model 3 production to
Tesla shuts down Model 3 production to "improve automation"

Tesla Inc shares fell $3.24 (-1.11%) in premarket trading Tuesday. Citigroup initiated coverage on shares of Tesla in a research report on Tuesday, February 13th. The disclosure for this purchase can be found here. The company says tunnel-digging projects can cost as much as $1 billion per mile, but its goal is to lower these costs by a factor...

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  • Kuwait calls for maintaining stability after United States strike on Syria
Kuwait calls for maintaining stability after United States strike on Syria

Slamming the allegations of use of chemical weapons by the Damascus government as a stupid show for justifying the aggression, the Palestinian official said the Syrian Army was closing in on Douma after liberating Eastern Ghouta and may have not used poison gas which firstly kills its own troops.

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  • Facebook must face class action over face-tagging in photos: judge
Facebook must face class action over face-tagging in photos: judge

Facebook , on the other hand, has been collecting that data including facial recognition for years. The technology at the heart of all this is Facebook's "tag suggestion" feature, which suggests who may be in a photo based on an existing database of faces.

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  • Chopped Romaine Lettuce Linked to E. Coli Outbreak
Chopped Romaine Lettuce Linked to E. Coli Outbreak

Laura Gieraltowski, Ph.D., M.P.H., who leads the Foodborne Outbreak Response Team at the CDC , predicts there will be more reports of illness in the days and weeks ahead. A multistate E. coli outbreak has sent at least 22 people to the hospital prompting health officials to advise consumers across the country to throw out any store-bought choppe...

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  • Fortuitously Produced Enzyme Eats Plastic Helping Combat Plastic Pollution
Fortuitously Produced Enzyme Eats Plastic Helping Combat Plastic Pollution

Bottles made from PET are used to package 70% of soft drinks, fruit juices and mineral waters, according to the British Plastics Federation. But I believe there is a public driver here: "perception is changing so much that companies are starting to look at how they can properly recycle these".

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  • Massive recall of 200 million eggs over fears of salmonella
Massive recall of 200 million eggs over fears of salmonella

The recall arose after illnesses were reported in East Coast states. The recall is the largest of shell eggs in the United States since 2010, according to Food Safety News . Eggs from the North Carolina farm were sold to restaurants and in supermarkets under multiple brand names, including Coburn Farms, Country Daybreak, Food Lion , Glenview, G...

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  • Five Blues up for PFA awards
Five Blues up for PFA awards

The winners for both awards, voted for by PFA members, will be announced at a ceremony at London's Grosvenor House on April 22. Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea has been given the nod after yet another fantastic season in betwen the posts at Old Trafford.

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  • Michael Cohen is barely even a lawyer
Michael Cohen is barely even a lawyer

Investigators have also looked for a possible broader pattern of fraud, tax evasion, money laundering and other crimes in Cohen's private dealings, including his work for Trump and real estate purchased by Russian buyers. Trump. The filter team is working from a list of individuals and companies they've compiled regarding people who aren't Cohen's ...

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  • Uber launches new revamped Uber Driver app in India
Uber launches new revamped Uber Driver app in India

Now, Uber is announcing a pair of moves that expand its reach to two more forms of transport. Starting today, Uber users in Washington will be able to book dockless Jump bikes directly through the app. Khosrowshahi said the company is aiding the National Transportation Safety Board in its investigation on why Uber's vehicle never ...

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  • Oil Rises on Possible Trade Agreement
Oil Rises on Possible Trade Agreement

In post-settlement trading, Brent hit $71.34, its highest since December 2014. U.S. West Texas Intermediate crude for May delivery was up 19 cents, or 0.3 percent, at $63.56 a barrel by 0140 GMT after settling down 14 cents. "Oil markets are getting a bounce on increasing speculation about Trump and Syria", Streible said. And "Russia with san...

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  • Kim will never give up his nuclear weapons, say MPs
Kim will never give up his nuclear weapons, say MPs

Officials in Seoul have said the summit, which is to take place in Panmunjom, will focus on North Korea's nuclear disarmament, although Pyongyang has not confirmed this through its state-run media. "It is far more likely that the United Kingdom will continue to suffer from reckless North Korean cyber-attacks", the report said, referring to th...

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  • Oil steady as US-China trade tensions ease
Oil steady as US-China trade tensions ease

The threat of a trade with with China has impacted the United States economic outlook, and generated demand worries in the oil patch. Futures gained as much as 0.7 percent in NY. The West Texas Intermediate for May delivery fell 0.14 US dollar to settle at 63.37 dollars a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange, while Brent crude for June ...

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  • Fed raises key rate, foresees 2 more hikes
Fed raises key rate, foresees 2 more hikes

At least two further interest rate hikes are forecast for 2018 with more to come in the coming years as the nation looks to stay on guard against inflation . Market watchers are concerned that this could lead to tit-for-tat responses from other nations, and hurt global economic growth. "The guidance in terms of the future rate hikes is a touch ...

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  • United Kingdom vows to tackle gender pay gap
United Kingdom vows to tackle gender pay gap

It is much more common than people realise. "Firms have had plenty of warning and have no excuse for failing to submit their gender pay gap data accurately and on time". According to the report by Apple , men earned five per cent more on average than women at its United Kingdom operations, although the median pay gap was two per cent in favour...

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  • Intel's new Core i9 chips for laptops show incredible promise
Intel's new Core i9 chips for laptops show incredible promise

This is the highest-performance laptop processor Intel has ever built to deliver the best gaming and content creation experience on the go. In February, CEO of Intel's operations in Israel Yaniv Garty announced that Intel is planning to expand chip manufacturing in Israel, with a $5 billion investment in its existing plant in Kiryat G...

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  • Spotify begins public trading under symbol SPOT
Spotify begins public trading under symbol SPOT

The stock fell below that price in its first minutes of trading, hitting as low as $162 a share. In the long-run, Spotify's performance in the stock market will largely depend on its business performance and outlook. "Normally, companies ring bells". But Spotify, which brought in $5 billion in revenue in 2017, is not profitable. Normally, compani...

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  • Trump Warns He'll Dump Nafta If Mexico Doesn't Stop Drug Flows
Trump Warns He'll Dump Nafta If Mexico Doesn't Stop Drug Flows

He added , "Act now, Congress, our country is being stolen". "Mexico has the absolute power not to let these large "Caravans" of people enter their country". As I previously reported , seven of the top 24 countries for DACA applicants with the highest acceptance rate are in Asia, Europe and the Caribbean.

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  • Donald Trump slams Amazon for paying 'no taxes'
Donald Trump slams Amazon for paying 'no taxes'

He accused the firm of causing a "tremendous loss" to the USA government and "putting many thousands of retailers out of business". Amazon declined to comment on the tweet. But judging from Trump's past tweets , there is a significant amount of evidence to suggest that the president is, in fact, "obsessed" with Amazon.

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  • Widow of Orlando shooter acquitted
Widow of Orlando shooter acquitted

Salman was arrested seven months later for aiding and abetting Mateen and for obstruction of justice. "The more we learned", he said , "the better Noor Salman looked". The SWAT team stormed the club after a few minutes of Mateen's terror, and they gunned him down at the scene. Her family says that after spending a year in jail awaiting trial...

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  • Mostly sunny today and cooler Easter
Mostly sunny today and cooler Easter

Showers and storms that were widespread during our Thursday afternoon and evening are now gone; in its place, we had a mild morning with a few lingering clouds. Highs will be in the lower 80s. Rain showers may start late this evening for western and Bluegrass counties. Early indications suggest that a nearby area of low pressure will throw up b...

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  • Report on Special Election
Report on Special Election

In response, Speaker Robin Vos called Judge Reynolds an activist judge and accused her of working outside of the law. Under that law, any action in which the sole defendant is the state of Wisconsin or certain state officers must be filed in an appeals court district other than the one that made the initial decision in the case.

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  • Apple CEO takes aim at Facebook over privacy
Apple CEO takes aim at Facebook over privacy

Facebook, data, and privacy have been the topic of discussion all over the internet as well as out. "However, I think we're beyond that", Cook continued. I think it's an invasion of privacy. Facebook has been caught in a medial maelstrom over its lax approach to data sharing; specifically over the Cambridge Analytica issue, through which it was rec...

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  • Terry Myerson - EVP of Microsoft, Is Leaving As The Company Re-organizes
Terry Myerson - EVP of Microsoft, Is Leaving As The Company Re-organizes

The WDG is no more and the group is being split into "Experiences and Devices ", which will be led by Rajesh Jha , Executive VP of Microsoft. Last year, Microsoft laid the groundwork created to make Windows part of a recurring subscription business via Microsoft 365, which is a bundle of Windows 10, Office 365, and elements of the Enterprise ...

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  • Amazon Stock Drops After Trump Tweet
Amazon Stock Drops After Trump Tweet

So investors were ready to cash out at least some of those big gains when the news site Axios .com reported that Trump was "obsessed" with somehow further regulating Amazon's business model. White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Wednesday that "we have no announcements and no specific policies or actions that we're now pushin...

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  • Renault & Nissan to merge and create a new auto manufacturing entity
Renault & Nissan to merge and create a new auto manufacturing entity

Renault now holds a 43% stake in Nissan, while the Japanese vehicle giant owns a 15% share of the French firm, The Independent reports. Insiders told Bloomberg that the two companies, which formed an alliance in 1999, would operate as a single corporation similar to the Volkswagen Group.

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  • Google begins rolling out mobile-first indexing to more sites
Google begins rolling out mobile-first indexing to more sites

The financial aspects of the deal are, however, being kept a secret though Google did reveal in a blog post that Tenor will continue to have an independent existence of its own, including the Tenor brand name as well. The two companies appear to be well-aligned. It will be interesting to see how this changes things in the world of search ra...

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  • Riyadh, Softbank partner for US$200bn solar deal
Riyadh, Softbank partner for US$200bn solar deal

The deal is a step towards achieving the Crown Prince's ambition to diversify Saudi Arabia's economy. Softbank is to invest in the project through its US$100 billion Softbank Vision Fund, created in 2016 with money from Saudi Arabia's sovereign wealth fund and others.

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  • Oil retreats from 2018 highs above $70 a barrel
Oil retreats from 2018 highs above $70 a barrel

While global stockpiles are tightening in a sign that the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and its allies' production cuts are working, fears still remain that surging USA production could thwart those efforts. "First-day trading of new contracts was expected to be active, but it was just a first step for China to gain pricing po...

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  • Huawei P20 Launch Stream & Live Blog
Huawei P20 Launch Stream & Live Blog

The Kirin 970 features four ARM Cortex-A73 cores clocked at 2.36GHz and four ARM Cortex-A53 cores clocked at 1.8GHz, paired with the Mali-G72MP12 GPU . The Huawei P20 is powered by a 3400mAh battery . This feature alone makes the P20 Pro much nicer than the P20. There's also the possibility of Lite and Pro models , too.

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  • History made as direct flight from Australia to United Kingdom arrives at Heathrow
History made as direct flight from Australia to United Kingdom arrives at Heathrow

The Dreamliner is twice as fuel-efficient as the Boeing 747, and Emily is decorated with indigenous livery based on the artwork " Yam Dreaming " by Emily Kame Kngwarreye, Qantas said. "The response to the flight has been awesome, both for the attention it's received since we announced it and the bookings we've seen coming in". For travelle...

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  • Trump issues memo stating transgender individuals are 'disqualified' from military
Trump issues memo stating transgender individuals are 'disqualified' from military

Coast Guard to maintain old rules to block transgender people from serving. After the President's directive was released, Mattis in August said that transgender troops will continue to serve in the US military, pending the results of a study from experts Mattis will select who will provide advice on Trump's recent memorandum.

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  • KB Toys is coming back. Here's where and when you'll find it
KB Toys is coming back. Here's where and when you'll find it

Toys R Us has about 30,000 employees nationwide, who all will lose their jobs when the closures take effect. It soon ballooned into one of the country's biggest toy retailers. The company filed for bankruptcy in 2004. The retailer blamed high debt levels and intense competition with online retailers. "It is with great regret that we have made th...

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  • Marvel-themed land heading to Disneyland Resort
Marvel-themed land heading to Disneyland Resort

Guests will soon be invited to take part in Avengers and Marvel experiences at Disneyland Resort, Disneyland Paris , and Hong Kong Disneyland . Disney describes the land as "a completely immersive Super Hero universe". The superhero-themed area will include experiences for the Avengers and Spider-Man. Fanboys and fangirls will get to reve...

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  • Facebook stock slips 4 percent after Cambridge Analytica scandal
Facebook stock slips 4 percent after Cambridge Analytica scandal

Last Friday, Facebook that it had banned Cambridge Analytica from its platform - just before a joint investigation about the firm and its tactics was published by the New York Times and Observer . The European Union has launched an investigation into Facebook and Cambridge Analytica . At the time, the idea was viewed as too invasive and rai...

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  • Russia summons British ambassador
Russia summons British ambassador

Specialist officers in protective suits secure the police forensic tent that had been blown over by the wind and is covering the bench where Sergei Skripal was found critically ill , March 7, 2018. In an urgent meeting called by the UK Ms Haley told the Security Council the U.S. believes " Russia is responsible for the attack on two people ...

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  • Cigna to acquire Express Scripts for $67 billion
Cigna to acquire Express Scripts for $67 billion

Express Scripts announced that its board has approved a share repurchase program on Monday, December 18th that authorizes the company to repurchase 45,000,000 outstanding shares. The combined company would cover the entire spectrum of care, providing a suite of medical, behavioral, specialty pharmacy and other health engagement services, they said...

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  • Volkswagen Plans 16 Production Sites For Electric Vehicles By 2022-end
Volkswagen Plans 16 Production Sites For Electric Vehicles By 2022-end

It's starting to look like China will lead the world in adoption of plug-in electric cars , but which carmaking nations will follow it? The Volkswagen Group wants to speed up the " Roadmap E " transportation electrification strategy unveiled past year, and has announced plans for more than a dozen new production sites for electric vehicles ...

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  • 90% of bottled water contains microplastics, according to a new study
90% of bottled water contains microplastics, according to a new study

A new study conducted by Orb Media and researchers at the State University of NY at Fredonia has found that a whopping 93% of bottled water contains microplastics . The site said many responded by defending their brand , questioning the study's methodology and affirming that there were no regulations on microplastics in bottled water.

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  • For Manufacturers, the Devil is in the Details on Steel, Aluminum Tariffs
For Manufacturers, the Devil is in the Details on Steel, Aluminum Tariffs

The article noted that some Trump administration officials have objected to the visa restrictions, which could affect Chinese students in the USA, particularly those in graduate science and technology programs, and it is unclear if they will be included in the final package.

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