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Markets Klobuchar Releases Taxes, Urges Trump To Do Same
Author: 0 Klobuchar Releases Taxes, Urges Trump To Do Same

An NBC/Wall Street Journal poll last week showed that most Americans didn't think they even got a tax cut. President Donald Trump delivers remarks during an event in the Roosevelt Room of the White House, April 12, 2019, in Washington. "They claimed that their bill would raise the wages of rank-and-file workers, with congressional Republicans and members of the Trump administration promising raises of many thousands of dollars within 10 years".

Markets Uber releases IPO prospectus
Author: 0 Uber releases IPO prospectus

The filing with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) contained no specific pricing or timing for the market debut for Uber, which media reports said was expected to raise about US$10 billion. That profit was driven primarily by the sales of assets in Southeast Asia and Russian Federation, as well as an increase in the estimated value of its stock in China's largest ride-hailing company, Didi Chuxing.

Markets JetBlue to offer flights to London from New York and Boston
Author: 0 JetBlue to offer flights to London from New York and Boston

Officials noted that London is the largest destination not served by the airline from both NY and Boston , and that the city had been a popular request from its customers. The incumbents hold the majority of slots, or rights to take off and land. Hayes thinks there is room for JetBlue to undercut bigger rivals, whom he accuses of price-gouging.

Markets Shareholders to decide on recognizing Venezuela
Author: 0 Shareholders to decide on recognizing Venezuela

At a meeting of the U.N. Security Council on Wednesday, Pence directly addressed Venezuelan envoy Samuel Moncada soon after he had spoken. The pressure for increased aid to the oil-rich but imploding country follows clumsy efforts by the Trump administration to politicise the delivery of United States aid to shore up support for opposition leader Juan Guaidó, whom Washington and dozens of other countries have backed as interim leader over Maduro.

Markets Tesla Model 3 Standard Range Plus Orders Open In Europe, China
Author: 0 Tesla Model 3 Standard Range Plus Orders Open In Europe, China

Notably, leasers won't have the option to purchase their auto at the end of the lease as Tesla aims to repurpose them for its future ride-hailing network. While Tesla's press release only mentions the Model 3, a quick look through the brand's configurator reveals that the Model S sedan and the Model X crossover are available to lease as well.

Markets Fisher-Price recalls 'Rock 'N Play' sleepers linked to infant deaths
Author: 0 Fisher-Price recalls 'Rock 'N Play' sleepers linked to infant deaths

Officials originally said there were 10 reports of infant deaths since 2015, all of whom were 3 months or older. "A warning issued by the CPSC and Fisher-Price on April 5 did not go far enough to ensure safety and protect infants". An Australian recall of the Rock 'n Play sleeper - which is a soft padded cradle that vibrates - has not been announced, but online retailers including Amazon, Fishpond, Target and Ubuy Australia have removed the sleeper from their websites , according to the ...

Markets Why did Ecuador give up Assange after seven years?
Author: 0 Why did Ecuador give up Assange after seven years?

Glenn Greenwald is among those arguing that the indictment "poses grave threats to press freedom". But will it? But by going out of its way to charge him only under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, the USA government seems to indicate it did not want to set a unsafe precedent.

Markets Macedonia's 2019 GDP growth forecast to 3.0%
Author: 0 Macedonia's 2019 GDP growth forecast to 3.0%

Economic growth for 2020 was left unchanged from the previous forecast as economic activity is expected to pick up pace from the second half of this year, the International Monetary Fund said. Because of recent developments in the U.S. According to World Bank data, growth in sub-Saharan Africa has been downgraded to 2.3 per cent for 2018, down from 2.5 per cent in 2017, according to the April, 2019, issue of Africa's Pulse, the World Bank's bi-annual analysis of the state of African ...

Markets Nissan's Ghosn removed from board
Author: 0 Nissan's Ghosn removed from board

Nissan sacked Ghosn as chairman nearly immediately after his initial arrest but an extraordinary meeting of shareholders is required to remove him from the board. Just before his arrest on Thursday, Ghosn took to Twitter to announce an upcoming press conference earlier slated to take place on April 11. Saikawa said Nissan may claim damages against Ghosn and that he did not want to pay severance to the former chair.

Markets Brexit: Donald Tusk says Westminster division means long delay
Author: 0 Brexit: Donald Tusk says Westminster division means long delay

British Prime Minister Theresa May reacts as she arrives for a meeting to discuss Brexit with French President Emmanuel Macron (not seen) at the Elysee Palace in Paris, France, April 9, 2019. Act legally rules out leaving the bloc without a deal and forces the Prime Minister to seek further Article 50 extension. In Paris, an Elysee Palace aide close to Macron, who has taken a more reticent stance against a lengthy delay, said a delay of up to a year seemed "too long".

Markets Job market surges with payroll gain of 196,000
Author: 0 Job market surges with payroll gain of 196,000

The March unemployment rate was 3.8 percent, the same as in February. The Canadian dollar hit a one-week low at 1.3403 after the jobs data was released but has since pared some of its decline. Full-time jobs dropped by 6,400 from February to March, while 900 part-time jobs were shed, the data showed. The temporary help sector lost 5,400 jobs.

Markets DUP Slam Theresa May's 'Lamentable' Brexit Negotiations
Author: 0 DUP Slam Theresa May's 'Lamentable' Brexit Negotiations

She is now seeking to thrash out a Brexit compromise with opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn . Mrs May directed her college to "remarks I made about what I think a Labour government would do with regards to the economy" and said she still does "not think that the Labour party should be in Government".

Markets Trump recommends Herman Cain for Fed board
Author: 0 Trump recommends Herman Cain for Fed board

By adding two supporters to the Fed , Trump could give greater weight to his views at an independent institution that has repeatedly displeased him. Mr Cain is well known for a series of gaffes and eyebrow-raising lines during his time as a contender for the Tea Party, a conservative movement within the Republican Party, during the party's primaries in 2011 and 2012.

Markets Trump says he'll give Mexico a one-year warning before closing border
Author: 0 Trump says he'll give Mexico a one-year warning before closing border

I'll do one or the other and probably start off with the tariffs. "We love Mexico, we love the country of Mexico, we have two problems", Trump said , pointing to the flow of migrants and illegal drugs crossing the border. The president is meeting with the Chinese vice premier later Thursday. "The president wants to show the progress that we've made on the border wall".

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