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Markets National library week at UNF
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However, the new agreement grants WRL card holders the ability to borrow books from W&M's research quality collections, use library spaces and attend programs and events - all at no cost. Children, teens and adults can begin signing up for summer reading beginning on this date. Brunswick County commissioners decided previous year to turn the South Brunswick Islands Center into the new county library site.

Markets Stocks soar, erasing last week's loss, as trade fears ease
Author: 0 Stocks soar, erasing last week's loss, as trade fears ease

The S&P 500 fell 1.4% last week, with large losses on Monday and Friday, and strong gains in between. The Dow Jones industrial average rose 46.34 points to 23,979.10, with Merck and Intel as the best-performing stocks in the index. Its stock is down nearly 15% since March 16. Facebook's woes have affected other social media companies and big technology companies, including Google's parent company, Alphabet.

Markets Free Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream On Tuesday
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The ice cream company has hosted free cone day each year to say thank you to customers. You can check which locations near you are offering free Ben & Jerry's here, and according to B&J five spots in London are taking part in Free Cone Day .

Markets Shares of Bayer Surge As Report Says Antitrust Deal Reached
Author: 0 Shares of Bayer Surge As Report Says Antitrust Deal Reached

Janus Henderson Group PLC grew its stake in shares of Monsanto by 57.1% during the third quarter. Allen Investment Management Llc sold 406,822 shares as the company's stock rose 1.12% while stock markets declined. The Return on Equity (ROE) value stands at 36.5%. During the same period in the prior year, the firm earned $3.19 EPS. The company also recently declared a quarterly dividend, which will be paid on Friday, January 27th.

Markets 'IGI among world's top 20 busiest airports'
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Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson airport remains the busiest in the world and is joined by other American airports like Los Angeles International , Chicago's O'Hare International , Dallas/Fort Worth International and Denver International .

Markets Blame Game Continues in Trade War
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President Donald Trump's administration erupted. In a speech that officials had billed as a major address, Mr. Xi said Tuesday that plans are under way to accelerate access to the insurance sector, expand the permitted business scope for foreign financial institutions and reduce tariffs on imported automobiles and ownership limits for foreign vehicle companies.

Markets Shikha Sharma seeks shorter term at Axis Bank
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In December last year, while Axis bank's Board cleared Sharma's fourth term in the bank for the next years, the reappointment was yet to be cleared by the Reserve Bank of India. Axis Bank has seen a spurt in non-performing assets (NPAs) by more than 300% in the past three years. Laden with infrastructure loans, the bank has struggled to contain NPAs.

Markets Xi takes center stage to defend China's trade from Trump barrage
Author: 0 Xi takes center stage to defend China's trade from Trump barrage

And he said that although the US hoped to avoid taking action, Trump "was not bluffing". "China will take down its Trade Barriers because it is the right thing to do", Trump said on Twitter early on Sunday. "Rather than remedy its misconduct, China has chosen to harm our farmers and manufacturers", Trump said at the time, calling Beijing's reaction "unfair".

Markets US Treasury Dept. sanctions Russian oligarchs, companies over malign activity
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The Russian government operates for the disproportionate benefit of oligarchs and government elites, US Treasury Secretary Steven T Mnuchin said as he announced the new set of sanctions against Russia . The fresh sanctions are the latest step by the U.S. against Russia following the poisoning of a former Russian spy in England, interference in the USA 2016 election and a cyberattack, CNN said.

Markets Facebook says up to 2.7 million European Union users affected by leak
Author: 0 Facebook says up to 2.7 million European Union users affected by leak

Facebook has plans to introduce a new "unsend" feature in order to prevent users from deleting their profiles. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg had some of his communications retroactively deleted at some point in the past, the social media company essentially admitted in a statement to TechCrunch .

Markets Quebec's hockey community unites in the wake of Humboldt tragedy
Author: 0 Quebec's hockey community unites in the wake of Humboldt tragedy

Yet during playoff games, like the two held against the Nipawin Hawks this past week, the arena is so full of spectators that it's standing room only. Its most skilled players aspire to one of the country's major-junior leagues, where the players are paid and the teams act as development squads for NHL teams.

Author: 0 Facebook suspends Canadian firm AggregateIQ over data scandal

Facebook is under intense pressure after the data of millions of its users ended up in the hands of political consultancy Cambridge Analytica . Zuckerberg and Facebook have been churning out changes to Facebook's data practices this week, ahead of his congressional testimony.

Markets Judge transferred, but will decide on Salman bail case after lunch
Author: 0 Judge transferred, but will decide on Salman bail case after lunch

Bollywood actor Salman Khan has been granted bail days after he was sentenced to five years in prison in a high-profile blackbuck poaching case. Whereas, the other actors of the movie, Saif Ali Khan , Sonali Bendre, Tabu and Neelam Kotahri have been held not guilty due to lack of evidence.

Markets Kinder Morgan stops work on controversial Canada pipeline
Author: 0 Kinder Morgan stops work on controversial Canada pipeline

The project has also led to threats of a trade war between B.C. and Alberta, and there have been ongoing protests on the West Coast, particularly in Burnaby. "I have every expectation that people will respect British Columbia's right to defend our interest and defend our coast, and that's what I will do", he affirmed.

Markets Non-bailable warrants issued against Nirav Modi, Mehul Choksi
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CBI is the second investigation agency after the Enforcement Directorate to issue a non-bailable warrant. On March 23, the Indian government had requested the Chinese authorities to facilitate Mr. The court had also allowed the investigative agencies to issue Letter of Rogatory (LR) to seven countries - Malaysia, Armenia, France, China, Japan, Russia and Belgium - seeking information on the possible presence of Modi, Choksi or their kin on their soils.

Author: 0 USA Qlty Mix MSCI ETF SPDR (QUS) TEMA Showing Positive Momentum

As a momentum indicator, the Williams R% may be used with other technicals to help define a specific trend. Tracking other technical indicators, the 14-day RSI is presently standing at 51.77, the 7-day sits at 52.38, and the 3-day is resting at 59.57 for Ultrashort MSCI Japan Proshares (EWV).

Markets Deutsche Bank appoints Christian Sewing as CEO, replacing John Cryan
Author: 0 Deutsche Bank appoints Christian Sewing as CEO, replacing John Cryan

Rumours have swirled for days now that current chief executive John Cryan is set to be ousted, amid growing discontent with the bank's ongoing losses. Sewing, born in 1970, has been a member of the Management Board since January 1, 2015. Mr Cryan was appointed as co-chief executive in July 2015 to overhaul the bank following a number of regulatory problems stretching back to before the financial crisis.

Markets Facebook suspends Canadian consultancy over improper data use
Author: 0 Facebook suspends Canadian consultancy over improper data use

Separately, Facebook chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg offered fresh apologies to users for failing to do enough on privacy and data protection. Reports also surfaced detailing AIQ's alleged ties to Cambridge Analytica , and to the U.K.'s Vote Leave campaign during the Brexit referendum. "What we didn't do until recently and what we are doing now is just take a broader view looking to be more restrictive in ways data could be misused".