Youth protest against French election, ends in violence

Youth protest against French election, ends in violence

French far-right leader and presidential candidate Marine Le Pen addresses supporters Thursday during an election campaign rally in Nice, southern France. Students blocked entrances to some high schools Thursday and marched through eastern Paris toward the neighborhood of the Bastille. On the sidelines of the demonstration, the hooded young people threw projectiles at riot police who replied by using tear gas to disperse the crowd, according to the report.

India on Track to Knock Britain Out of World's Top 5 Economies

India on Track to Knock Britain Out of World's Top 5 Economies

In a very upbeat estimation about the growth of Indian economy, the International Monetary Fund has indicated that India will be overtaking Germany by 2022 as the world's fourth-largest economy and will be pushing the United Kingdom out of the top five economies of the world.

H&R Block's Stock Takes a Dive After Trump's Tax Plan Revealed

Analysts have placed a $23.57 price target on H&R Block , Inc., suggesting a -2.76% decline from recent close. Finally, Oppenheimer Holdings Inc. restated a "market perform" rating on shares of H & R Block in a research report on Friday, March 10th.

Cowen and Company Reaffirms Underperform Rating for Twitter Inc (TWTR)

They now have a $14.00 price target on the social networking company's stock, up from their prior price target of $13.00. Different analysts and financial institutions use various valuation methods and consider different economic forces when deciding on a price target.

South Korea missile defense online in 'coming days'

Harris spoke to the Senate Armed Services Committee a day after all 100 US senators were invited to White House grounds for a North Korea briefing. "The United States seeks stability and the peaceful denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula", the statement said, suggesting that Washington will keep attempting a diplomatic solution.

Is Trump tax reform a step forward or backward?

Yesterday the Trump administration released its "plan" for tax reform, one page of bullet points that was apparently rushed out because President Trump surprised everyone by promising that he'd have a plan to announce this week. As presented, the plan allocates much of the tax relief to the wealthy, which means it will be hard to get votes from Democrats. The White House subsequently clarified that 401 (k) plans would not be on the table under the tax proposal.