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Hot Trending Stocks: CSX Corp. (CSX), Delta Air Lines, Inc. (DAL)

Hot Trending Stocks: CSX Corp. (CSX), Delta Air Lines, Inc. (DAL)

The collective rating of 0 for Delta Air Lines, Inc . Delta said rising revenue and the new tax law will partly offset higher jet fuel prices. MATSCHULLAT ROBERT W sold $707,561 worth of stock or 6,220 shares. A 18 analysts rate it as either a buy or a strong buy, while0 believe that investors should either steer clear of DAL or, if they already own its stock , sell it.


Govt clears 49% FDI in Air India

Govt clears 49% FDI in Air India

While India has seen its economy slowing recently, it has managed to secure a lot of foreign capital even without the new opportunities in place for entrepreneurs from overseas. The decisions came ahead of Modis participation in World Economic Forum at Davos this month where he is likely to hard sell India as an attractive investment destination.


Snow In Florida: Pictures And Videos Show Rare Weather In Tallahassee

Snow In Florida: Pictures And Videos Show Rare Weather In Tallahassee

Winter Storm Warnings have been issued across the Florida Big Bend and south central Georgia areas. Tallahassee wasn't the only Florida community to be impacted by the winter storm. The storm is also expected to drop potentially heavy snows along parts of the East Coast, though exactly how much snow will fall will depend on how closely the storm hugs the coastline.


Father invites 14-year-old daughter's bullies to her funeral

Father invites 14-year-old daughter's bullies to her funeral

After the service, mourners released balloons and butterflies. Dolly's body was cremated in a private ceremony before the service. Mr Vale's message comes just two days after he took to social media to blast a Sudanese mother who blamed Australia's "failing" social support system on her son's involvement in gang crime.


Canada Launches Trade Dispute Against US in WTO, Washington Strikes Back

Canada Launches Trade Dispute Against US in WTO, Washington Strikes Back

On Wednesday the country requested that the World Trade Organization step in to review certain US trade actions and whether they're in accordance with its obligations as a member of the WTO. Even so, any complaint before the WTO will take years, and the effort is further complicated by the fact that the Trump administration is blocking new appointments to the WTO's appellate body.