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Markets South West Train derailment at Waterloo causes major travel disruption
Author: 0 South West Train derailment at Waterloo causes major travel disruption

Delayed passengers tweeted pictures of the SWT service leaning against the wagon and resting at an angle on the tracks, with men in high-vis uniforms standing close by. This morning's accident happened during a major period of disruption at Waterloo, as platforms are upgraded. In addition, we are investigating an operational incident near Waterloo station, which will cause further disruption.

Markets LTFRB: Uber is still suspended
Author: 0 LTFRB: Uber is still suspended

Sanchez said that her mom, a senior citizen, does not drive and also relies on Uber for her daily commute. She further said that the public deserved to have options when it comes to choosing convenient, safe, and reliable transportation services to fearless the daily punishing traffic jam.

Markets China to cut off North Korean imports under United Nations sanctions
Author: 0 China to cut off North Korean imports under United Nations sanctions

American companies "should not be forced or coerced to turn over the fruits of their labour", the official said, adding that the cost of intellectual theft on U.S. But it is unlikely to be enough to persuade Pyongyang to abandon its nuclear program, which it sees as essential to its own survival, experts say. Jonathan Fenby, an analyst at the TS Lombard consultancy, said China was not interested in a short-term trade fix with the United States and will resist "attempts to tie it down".

Markets VF Buys Dickies Maker For $820 Million in Cash
Author: 0 VF Buys Dickies Maker For $820 Million in Cash

Analysts expect continued momentum in career apparel, which VF estimates to be a $30 billion-a-year industry, as the US job market expands. VF Corporation, whose brands include Timberland , Wrangler and The North Face, last month said revenues in its Imagewear business rose 12% to $150m.

Markets Here's why Ryanair want United Kingdom airports to enforce a two-drink limit
Author: 0 Here's why Ryanair want United Kingdom airports to enforce a two-drink limit

Trade body Airlines UK said it should be made illegal for people to drink their own alcohol on board a plane. I was pulled into an upper-class bed by a passenger who was feeling particularly lucky I guess. 'They would touch your breasts, or they'd touch your bum or your legs. "It's rage-inducing and you shouldn't have to deal with that", she added. Another cabin crew member, who was unnamed in the programme, said airline workers had found "countless" litre bottles of vodka and they felt that ...

Markets Student shown in viral photo of white supremacist rally speaks out
Author: 0 Student shown in viral photo of white supremacist rally speaks out

A student at the University of Nevada, Reno said things are "spiraling out of control" since he was identified as a participant in a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville , Va., over the weekend. After being exposed by @YesYoureRacist , Cvjetanovic appeared on his local television news station in Reno, Nevada to say that he now fears for his safety-but didn't back down from his views.

Markets China Warns Against 'Trade War' With US
Author: 0 China Warns Against 'Trade War' With US

U.S. President Donald Trump on Monday directed the U.S. trade representative (USTR) Robert Lighthizer to examine the so-called China's intellectual property practices, despite worries about potential harms to China-U.S. China has opened up its markets to US beef for the first time since 2003, and Beijing has also agreed to import USA rice for the first time ever.

Markets China to stop importing North Korean goods as part of United Nations sanctions
Author: 0 China to stop importing North Korean goods as part of United Nations sanctions

Washington believes that China's unfair trade practices and industrial policies, including forced technology transfer and intellectual property theft, harm America's economy and workers. Raytheon makes anti-missile systems like those the US has recently deployed in South Korea - systems that Trump wants to increase spending for in the wake of North Korea's latest threats.

Markets Dollar hits eight-week low vs yen, North Korea tensions spook investors
Author: 0 Dollar hits eight-week low vs yen, North Korea tensions spook investors

The so-called fear gauge - the CBOE Volatility Index (VIX), the most widely followed barometer of expected United States stock market volatility, hit its highest since November 8, when Mr Trump was elected president. "Despite some near-term headwinds for the euro after the recent rise, it is set to rise against the dollar because of the relatively favourable economic outlook", Rob Carnell, head of research at ING in Singapore, said.

Markets Fleas in Arizona test positive for infectious plague
Author: 0 Fleas in Arizona test positive for infectious plague

Dr. Amesh Adalja, a public health committee member of the Infectious Diseases Society of America and senior associate at Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security says the area of the country is vulnerable to the transmission of the plague bacterium.

Markets Russian Federation and Germany weigh in on North Korea war rhetoric
Author: 0 Russian Federation and Germany weigh in on North Korea war rhetoric

USA stock futures were marginally softer. In an unusually quiet day of currency trading, it was the smaller emerging market currencies that stole numerous headlines. Emerging market stocks lost 1.27 percent. 'Pretty remarkable, perhaps even extraordinary, considering, ' said Tim Ash, strategist at fund manager BlueBay.

Markets Korean tensions keep yen near eight-week highs
Author: 0 Korean tensions keep yen near eight-week highs

European markets also slid in early trade after Wall Street indices suffered their biggest losses in almost three months Thursday, while the dollar struggled to recover from eight-week lows below 109 yen as investors fled to safe haven assets.

Markets Japan surges 1% to post six-quarter growth streak
Author: 0 Japan surges 1% to post six-quarter growth streak

Private consumption grew at 0.9%, representing a boost for government policies aimed at encouraging more spending . Consumer spending grew by 3.7 percent in annualized terms, the data showed, while business investment expanded by almost 10 percent-a sign that companies are becoming more optimistic that the good times will last.

Markets The Hansard Global plc (LON:HSD) Earns
Author: 0 The Hansard Global plc (LON:HSD) Earns "Outperform" Rating from Macquarie

Its up 16.78% from 165,700 shares previously. The Company's subsidiaries include Augustus 1 Limited, Cinema City Holding B.V., Cinema Finco 1 Limited, Cinema Finco 3 Limited and Cinema Finco 4 Limited. Six equities research analysts have rated the stock with a sell rating, ten have given a hold rating and four have assigned a buy rating to the stock.

Markets Sensex rebounds on gains in financials, snapping a five-day losing run
Author: 0 Sensex rebounds on gains in financials, snapping a five-day losing run

On similar lines, the NSE Nifty rose 76.95 points or 0.79% to 9,787.75. The broader market indices outperformed the benchmark indices. On Friday, BSE Sensex and NSE Nifty posted their worst weekly fall in over last 18 months with Sensex tumbling over 1,000 points following global sell-off triggered by mounting geopolitical tensions between the USA and North Korea.

Markets Merck CEO resigns from Trump's manufacturing council
Author: 0 Merck CEO resigns from Trump's manufacturing council

The CEO of a major American pharmaceutical company has resigned from Donald Trump's manufacturing council in response to the Presidents' failure to address "hatred, bigotry and group supremacy" in the wake of a white supremacist rally. Sessions said the Justice Department is pursuing the case "in every way". In several television interviews on Monday, Sessions said Trump had "explicitly condemned" violence and that "he totally opposes" the values espoused by white supremacy organizations.

Markets Wholesale inflation jumps to 1.88% in July
Author: 0 Wholesale inflation jumps to 1.88% in July

The index for "Crude Petroleum and Natural Gas" group declined by 7.8 percent to 64.0 (provisional) from 69.4 (provisional) for the previous month due to an 11 percent decline in the price of crude petroleum. The final inflation rate for May 2017 based on the revised (final) wholesale price index for "all commodities" (Base: 2011-12=100) stood at 2.26 per cent against the 2.17 per cent (provisional) as reported on 14 June 2017.

Markets Global stocks slump on profit-taking amid US-NKorea tensions
Author: 0 Global stocks slump on profit-taking amid US-NKorea tensions

Copper traded at $2.912, down 0.25%, while natural gas tacked on 0.23% to $2.991. It was 0.2 percent lower at 1.1310 francs, compared with highs of 1.1537 francs hit a week ago. It was down 0.2 percent at 108.96 yen, after retreating 0.7 percent on Thursday. U.S. Treasury long-dated yields dropped to six-week lows, pressured by U.S.

Markets The tech world rallies against Charlottesville rally
Author: 0 The tech world rallies against Charlottesville rally

He also launched into a vitriolic tirade about her appearance, saying she was a "drain on society". Notified of the offensive post, website hosting company GoDaddy informed Anglin on Twitter to find a new home within 24 hours before they pulled the plug.