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French citizen killed, 2 missing in London attack

Butt, who reportedly went by the name Abu Zaitun, was known to neighbours by the nickname "Abs/z" and was allegedly an associate of radical hate preacher Anjem Choudary. There's a genuine question mark over this now and how the government's risk assessment framework is weighted. The Conservatives' lead over Labour has narrowed markedly from 20 points or more when May called the election in April to a range between one and 12 points now, although they are still widely expected to win a ...



(JPM) Shares Sold by First National Bank of Omaha

It has outperformed by 17.04% the S&P500. Lvm Cap Limited Mi reported 0.08% stake. The Cibc Asset Management Inc holds 533,816 shares with $46.06 million value, down from 586,821 last quarter. Swiss Commercial Bank owns 52,900 shares or 0% of their U.S. portfolio. (NYSE:JPM) on Monday, October 10 with "Buy" rating. Therefore 52% are positive.


South African economy shrinks, slips into recession

South African economy shrinks, slips into recession

It is the ANC that has led us to this point of economic collapse, where we have a "junk" economy in recession and where 9.3 million South Africans are without work - the highest unemployment rate in more than 14 years. Zuma can remain as head of state until an election in 2019. South Africa has been struggling to address its slow economic growth, but experts say political uncertainty such as sacking of respected Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan led to tumbling of markets.



Apple unveils number of upgrades to Mac computers

They include new seventh-generation Intel "Kaby Lake" processors , and the 27-inch version also gets a raised memory ceiling of 64GB. If you bought the latest one, we've got some bad news for you today. A fully configured-up iMac Pro is certainly not going to be cheap. The entry-level 4K iMac will start at $1,299. If you don't, Apple also refreshed the prices and specs of the regular 21.5-inch and 27-inch iMac models.


BA orders inquiry into IT meltdown

BA orders inquiry into IT meltdown

British Airways has ordered an independent inquiry into the computer chaos that stranded tens of thousands of passengers over the bank holiday weekend and could cost the airline £150 million. The email said: "This resulted in the total immediate loss of power to the facility, bypassing the backup generators and batteries..." He said that would not have been a problem in itself, but the damage was caused when the power was restored in an uncontrolled fashion.