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In an overnight operation, workers removed Baltimore's high-profile statues linked to the Confederacy, using cranes and trucks to haul away monuments that honored Robert E. Lee, Stonewall Jackson, and Roger B. Taney, author of the Supreme Court's Dred ...

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Guesstimates on August 16, 2017 [-0.10]

Posted on Aug. 16, 2017, 12:53 p.m. by Carl Futia @ [source]

Percentage gains calculated based on one contract traded per $10,000 of account equity and are net of $5 per round turn commission.

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You are listening to ETMarkets Evening PodcastThis is Swati Verma from taking you through the motions of Wednesday's session on Dalal Street and bringing you cues and trading tips from market veterans for Thursday's trade.Domestic equity indices rallied for the second straight day backed by strong gains in metals and FMCG counters. Jaypee Infratech hit lower circuit after reports that the Centre may step in to provide relief to thousands of home buyers hit by insolvency proceedings against Jaypee Infratech, including sale of the company's assets to raise money to complete the project.Rahul Shah of Motilal Oswal sums up the day’s market proceeding for you in this exclusive chat with 1: Rahul ShahMax Financial Services Limited witnessed the biggest jump in open interest at 37.81 per cent on NSE on Wednesday.

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United Nations human rights experts called on the United States on Wednesday to combat rising racist violence and xenophobia and to prosecute perpetrators of hate crimes.

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John Kasich, surrounded by officials from Ohio and Facebook, speaks at a ceremony announcing the social-media giant's plans for a $750 million data center in suburban Columbus.

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Privately-owned housing starts in July were at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1,155,000.

Privately-owned housing units authorized by building permits in July were at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1,223,000.

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Target Rides Higher After Beating Q2 Estimates [0.05]

Posted on Aug. 16, 2017, 12:35 p.m. by 24/7 Wall St. @ [source]

When Target Corp. (NYSE: TGT) reported its fiscal second-quarter financial results before the market opened on Wednesday, the retailer said that it had $1.23 in earnings per share (EPS) and $16.43 billion in revenue.

On the books, Target’s cash and cash equivalents totaled $2.29 billion at the end of the quarter, down from $2.51 billion at the end of the previous fiscal year.

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Tushar Pradhan, chief investment officer at (India), in an interview tells Hamsini Karthik that flows from shouldn’t matter much for equities any more.

Earnings misses in the recent quarters have been on the back of a sharp fall in commodity prices, significantly higher than expected provisioning at financial institutions and a challenging global market for Indian information technology (IT) and pharmaceutical companies.

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Akzo Nobel Ends Feud With Elliott Management [0.05]

Posted on Aug. 16, 2017, 12:32 p.m. by NYT > DealBook @ [source]

LONDON — Akzo Nobel, the Dutch paint and chemicals company, said on Wednesday that it had reached a truce with Elliott Management, ending a dispute that had been the latest example of an activist investor looking to reshape a major business.

The dispute had centered on repeated efforts by PPG Industries, an American rival, to take over Akzo Nobel, which counts Dulux paint among its brands.

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Warren Buffett's longtime business partner Charlie Munger never took a college course in economics or finance.

Here are 10 of our favorite Munger insights on living a rich and successful life.

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Three people described as "Antifa," or anti-fascist, protesters were arrested during an anti-white supremacy protest in Chicago on Tuesday, authorities said.

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US Air Force Revs Up for ThunderDrone [0.03]

Posted on Aug. 16, 2017, 12:25 p.m. by 24/7 Wall St. @ [source]

At a competition last week at New Mexico’s Holloman Air Force Base, the U.S. Air Force kicked off its Light Attack Experiment, an effort to find a low-cost, light-attack fighter plane that would require reasonably little work to develop. At the event, Air Force Secretary Heather Wilson announced that the service is “going to have a big competition” soon, “a rapid prototyping event, … to investigate swarms and platforms and effects and data science of small unmanned aerial vehicles.” It’s name is ThunderDrone.

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Chicago police clashed with members of a local Antifa group outside a Cook County courthouse Tuesday evening. The violent Antifa activists gathered outside the Cook County courthouse at Belmont and Western starting ...

Three protesters were detained.

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India, the world's second-biggest grower of such as rice and wheat, produced a record 275.68 million tonnes of grains in the 2016/17 crop year against a forecast of 273.38 million tonnes.

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Atlanta Fed President Raphael Bostic said Wednesday the Great Recession caused people to distrust long-term investments.

Regarding politics, Bostic said it appears U.S. businesses were optimistic before President Donald Trump and didn't change their plans when he was elected.

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MUMBAI: RBI Governor Urjit Patel had opted for a moderate rate cut of 25 basis points arguing that low food prices were unusual and vulnerable to upward pressures, said minutes of the last Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) meet released today.Patel had also opined that effective transmission of policy rate was key to non-inflationary growth and banks have still space to cut lending rates.The RBI Governor-headed six-member MPC had met on August 1 and 2 to decide this fiscal's third bimonthly monetary policy.Based on the majority view at the MPC meet, the central bank reduced the key policy rate (repo) by 25 basis points to 6 per cent, although the industry and other stakeholders were expecting more than that.Four of the six members had recommended 0.25 per cent cut in repo rate . While external member Ravindra H Dholakia (Professor, IIM, Ahmedabad) suggested 0.5 per cent reduction, another member Michael Debabrata Patra (RBI Executive Director) was in favour of status quo.As per the minutes, Patel cautioned that "the present low level of food prices is unusual and is vulnerable to upward pressures".He said an assessment of whether the recent deflation in food items is sustainable, despite a normal monsoon, would require more hard data going forward.The RBI governor further said that effective transmission of a policy rate cut is the key to achieving the goal of supporting non-inflationary growth.

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We have extended our partnership with Cheddar TV to produce a Seeking Alpha 'Idea of the Month' segment with Marketplace authors.

Bram de Haas continues the series with his idea of the month: Anglo Pacific Resources.

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