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Crude Oil Prices Climb Higher As Stockpiles Fall

Crude Oil Prices Climb Higher As Stockpiles Fall

Rouhani said the proceedings have yielded their "first success" with the court announcing to the U.S. that it was not allowed to take any action that would influence the tribunal's potential rulings before " Iran's complaint is addressed ".


United Kingdom and EU's Brexit negotiators in face-to-face talks

United Kingdom and EU's Brexit negotiators in face-to-face talks

A United Kingdom plan to suspend food regulations in the event of a no-deal Brexit could alert criminals to opportunities for food fraud, says a new report. The main opposition Labour Party responded to the announcement with shadow Brexit minister Jenny Chapman saying May's newly appointed Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab had been sidelined.


Facebook (FB): What the Hell Just Happened to the Stock?

Facebook (FB): What the Hell Just Happened to the Stock?

That same number fell in Europe, where the company has had to comply with a strict new privacy law, known as GDPR. "Our total revenue growth rates will continue to decelerate in the second half of 2018", said Facebook's chief financial officer David Wehner.


Trump suggests cutting all tariffs ahead of key meeting with EU

Trump suggests cutting all tariffs ahead of key meeting with EU

The U.S. and European Union are now working to resolve their differences over steel and aluminum - but the tariffs are still in place. The European Commission has reacted with retaliatory tariffs, but new USA levies on cars would prompt Europe to take further action.


California Mega Millions lottery ticket wins $522 million jackpot

California Mega Millions lottery ticket wins $522 million jackpot

The winning numbers drawn Tuesday night were 1, 2, 4, 19, 29 and 20. Another person won $1 million from a ticket sold at Lee's Supermarket on Commonwealth Ave.in Brighton. The $1 million victor from Tuesday's drawing should contact the Michigan Lottery Public Relations Division at (517) 373-1237 to schedule an appointment to collect the big prize.



Former FCA CEO Sergio Marchionne dies aged 66

Lettera43 says Marchionne suffered for some time from "severe shoulder pain that made arm movements hard", according to a translation, and that he took cortisone to soothe them. The company has not provided details on Marchionne's illness. Fueled by a dozen espressos a day and packs of Muratti cigarettes, he stormed into Fiat and fired most of the top management, then did the same at Chrysler in 2009, installing a dozen newcomers on his second day.