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Investors bet Trump climate withdrawal to boost U.S. drilling

In a phone call with the USA president shortly after his White House announcement, Mrs May expressed her "disappointment" at the move and stressed the United Kingdom remains committed to the landmark 2015 agreement to curb greenhouse gas emissions.



EU, China to unite on global warming after Trump withdrawal

Supporters of the accord called Trump's move a blow to global efforts to curb the warming of the planet that threatens far-reaching consequences for this century and beyond. Even in regions of the United States where coal is plentiful, electric utilities are increasingly shifting to cheaper, cleaner-burning natural gas.



The Trump Team Abandons Paris Climate Agreement

Trump's announcement on Thursday that he would take the United States out of the Paris accord, saying it would undermine the US economy and cost jobs, drew anger and condemnation from world leaders and heads of industry. "The retreat of the USA actually gives China more opportunity to lead these global efforts". Hundreds of companies had lobbied the Trump administration to remain in the agreement.


OneLogin breach: What we know

OneLogin breach: What we know

In emails sent to customers seen by The Reg the company adds news that "customer data was potentially compromised". OneLogin positions itself as a security-enhancing tool, allowing its customers to sign on to multiple websites with a single shared identity.



UN says Trump climate move won't derail accord

Despite calls to leave, Musk said that keeping direct contact with the head of the USA was important to "accelerate the world's shift to sustainable energy and to help make humanity a multi-planet civilization". They are four female coal miners and they each voted for President Trump based on one issue: bringing coal jobs back to the U.S. China's state news agency Xinhua published a commentary on Trump's decision to withdraw from the Paris accord, describing it as a "global setback".



US unemployment rate falls to 4.3 percent in May

Still, the jobs report produces several different measures of unemployment . Last month's job gains could still be sufficient for the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates this month. The U-6 has plunged since January to 8.6 percent in April, a 0.8 point decline. The dollar fell against a basket of currencies on the data, while US government bond prices rose.