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Stock Showing Surging Activity: Activision Blizzard, Inc. (ATVI)

Stock Showing Surging Activity: Activision Blizzard, Inc. (ATVI)

It has outperformed by 15.97% the S&P500. (NASDAQ: ATVI ). Ascend Cap Limited Liability Co holds 0.56% of its portfolio in Activision Blizzard, Inc . Argus Research maintained the shares of ATVI in report on Wednesday, August 16 with "Buy" rating. Northland Capital maintained it with "Outperform" rating and $55 target in Friday, July 24 report.


Libya tops group 3 in CHAN draw, Morocco

Libya tops group 3 in CHAN draw, Morocco

According to the CHAN organisers, the first group of CHAN will play Marrakesh, the second will play matches in Casablanca and the third group will play in Tangier while the last group will play its matches in Agadir. "Every tournament has uniqueness but our target will be to go match per match", Ndayishimiye told Sunday Sport. In the 2016 event in Rwanda, Nigeria finished on four points and failed to make it out of the Group stage.


S.Korea, US reaffirm need for peaceful resolution of N.Korea problem

S.Korea, US reaffirm need for peaceful resolution of N.Korea problem

Washington-based 38 North , a North Korea monitoring project, cited images taken on Nov 5 showing activity at North Korea's Sinpo South Shipyard. The visit is "more about warning North Korea against going to extremes than forcing it to give up the nukes" because China's top priority remains maintaining regional stability, he said.


Palestinian threat to cut communications with US

Palestinian threat to cut communications with US

Netanyahu's office says the closure is a "matter of US law". Should Washington proceed with its reported plans to shut down the PLO mission, Palestine would cut off all communication with the Trump administration, Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erekat said Saturday, AP reported.


US General John Hyten would resist 'illegal' Trump nuclear launch order

US General John Hyten would resist 'illegal' Trump nuclear launch order

Hyten heads US Strategic Command, which is responsible for American cyber capabilities and missile defense, in addition to nuclear weapons. Air Force General John Hyten on Saturday told an audience at the Halifax International Security Forum in Nova Scotia that he's thought a lot about what he will do if Trump orders a strike he considers illegal.