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Don't surrender to the banks: Turnbull

Don't surrender to the banks: Turnbull

The news comes as the Australian Federal Police confirmed it was evaluating whether to investigate claims of insider trading around the Budget leak, which saw $14 billion wiped from bank shares on Tuesday afternoon. "Treasurer Scott Morrison responded: "$65.4 billion", sparking howls of derision from the Labor benches. Despite its assurance of "close monitoring" of bank behaviour, the government will have trouble controlling their actions under their current limited powers.


Kapil Mishra should be hospitalised, say doctors

Kapil Mishra should be hospitalised, say doctors

Mishra began his protest to get the AAP government in Delhi to reveal details about foreign trips undertaken by five close associates of chief minister Arvind Kejriwal, including Jain. Previous year in August, former Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit was examined by the ACB officials in connection with her alleged involvement in the tanker scam and was also handed over a set of 18 written questions.


Mixed day leaves Dow Jones with weekly loss

Mixed day leaves Dow Jones with weekly loss

However, that news did not seem to faze investors too much as many still expect the United States government to implement its tax reform agenda at some point. The Russell 2000 index dropped 5 points, or 0.4 percent, to 1,384. NOSEDIVE: Nordstrom plunged $4.81, or 10.4 per cent, to $41.40, the biggest loss in the S&P 500 , after a key sales figure weakened last month by more than analysts expected.


US House votes to expand North Korea sanctions

US House votes to expand North Korea sanctions

He was to be given a bio-chemical weapon such as a delayed-action radioactive or "nano-poisonous" substance which was to be used on Mr Kim at a public appearance, according to the reports. It was the largest group defection by North Koreans to the South since North Korean leader Kim Jong Un took power in 2011. After 13 North Korean workers from a restaurant in China defected to South Korea in April past year, North Korea said they were kidnapped by South Korean spies.



Crisis Averted: Hollywood Writers Won't Be Striking After All

Guild members would together earn $130 million more over the lifespan of the new deal, negotiators said in the memo , without specifying the time period. Take it from David Simon, who told Variety: "The construct of the contract has for too always been lodged in the 22-episode, September-to-May framework", adding, "Two weeks of work on an episode has stretched into four to six weeks".



Compass Group reiterated as Hold By Numis Securities

Separately, Beaufort Securities reaffirmed a "speculative buy" rating on shares of Everyman Media Group PLC in a research report on Tuesday, March 14th. The stock has "Hold" rating by Zacks on Saturday, August 8. Jefferies Group LLC lowered their price objective on shares of Interserve plc from GBX 550 ($7.11) to GBX 300 ($3.88) and set a "buy" rating for the company in a research note on Wednesday, March 1st.