European Shares Likely To See Cautious Start

European stocks look set to open on a cautious note on Tuesday, with a pronounced drop in the yuan, escalating protests in Hong Kong and surprise primary election results in Argentina, which resulted in a rout in the country’s peso currency, likely to keep investors nervous. The Italian Senate will meet today to set a crucial date for a no-confidence […]

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Falling gas prices knock sales for Corrib operator

Canadian firm Vermilion, which is the operator of the Corrib gas field off the northwest coast, said in its second quarter earnings report that it had locked in pricing on about 70pc of its summer European gas output “at significantly higher prices than the spot price” after prices fell due to increased LNG deliveries. The Corrib field itself saw sales […]

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Cal State Fullerton University consultant fatally stabbed in campus parking lot, police say

Police investigate a car where a retired Cal State Fullerton administrator was stabbed to death Monday, August 19, 2019 in Fullerton, Calif. (Photo: Paul Bersebach, AP) A consultant to a California university was fatally stabbed in a campus parking lot on Monday morning, police said. The suspect is still at-large.  Authorities believe the suspect targeted Steven Shek Keung Chan, who worked […]

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Cedric Benson remembered: NFL star started charity, worked for mortgage firm after football career

Former NFL player provides prisoners with valuable work skills FOX Business’ Charles Payne talks to former NFL safety Jack Brewer about how he is providing prisoners with valuable work skills. Former NFL running back Cedric Benson started a charity and worked for a mortgage services firm in the years between his football career and his death in a motorcycle accident […]

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Despite some deadly failures, Russia's new missiles are enough to force the US to respond

The recent failure of a Russian Burevestnik missile test highlights the numerous deficiencies in the weapon’s development, yet Russia will continue to prioritize the development of the missile and other offensive strategic weapon systems. In so doing, Russia will aim to boost its deterrence and negate US missile-defense capabilities as much as possible. Because the Kremlin has prioritized the operational […]

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Boeing Reports Zero New Plane Orders For Second Straight Month

Boeing has reported zero new commercial plane orders for May ― the second month in a row that the world’s largest plane-maker has announced such an abysmal order tally.  Boeing’s order and delivery totals have plummeted since its 737 Max jet was involved in the deadly Lion Air and Ethiopian Airlines crashes. The aircraft has since been grounded worldwide and […]

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US Gas Prices Lower for Fifth Consecutive Week

The national average price for regular gasoline slipped by 3.5 cents per gallon last week to reach $2.60, according to industry analysts at GasBuddy. Three weeks ago, the average was $2.73 a gallon. Last week’s national average was the lowest price yet this summer and the lowest since March. The lowest price so far this year was posted in January, […]

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