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Organizations that control large sums of money, like pension funds, insurance companies or mutual funds, who buy stocks are known as institutional investors. They set a "buy" rating and a $3.00 price objective on the stock. The company reported ($0.08) EPS for the quarter, missing the consensus estimate of ($0.06) by $0.02.
  • UN Chief: Protection of Mosul Civilians an 'Absolute Priority'

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    General Joseph Votel, the commander of U.S. Central Command, told a congressional committee that there has been no change in the rules of engagement regarding airstrikes targeting ISIS in Iraq and Mosul . Townsend . The officials said the USA, as a result, has to carefully calculate what types of munitions to use in order to limit destruction. But Iraqi forces, with the backing of the US-led airstrikes, have since recaptured much of the area.
  • It was the HOTTEST March in Delhi since 2011

    It was the HOTTEST March in Delhi since 2011

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    The highest maximum temperature recorded in March was 38.6°C on March 31, with the mean maximum temperature of the month recorded at 30.9°C. The Met office said the day temperatures were above normal in Varanasi, Faizabad, Jhansi and Agra. Adilabad recorded 41.5 degree Celsius followed by Nizamabad 40.8, Medak 40.7, Nalgonda 40.2, while Hyderabad , Khammam, Bhadrachalam and Ramagundam recorded 40 degree Celsius, the IMD said.
  • VP Mike Pence breaks tie on Planned Parenthood funding

    VP Mike Pence breaks tie on Planned Parenthood funding

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    The bill will dismiss a rule put in place under Obama that prohibited states from blocking the use of federal funds for organizations that provide abortions. The funds, though, already can not go to abortion services, Democrats said. Naturally, Planned Parenthood ridiculed the bill, saying it could encourage states to discriminate against family planning healthcare providers that also offer abortions.
  • UK 'to follow US flight ban on laptops'

    UK 'to follow US flight ban on laptops'

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    The US administration specified that national carriers do not fly from these Airports. Domestic flights in the U.S. or all flights originating in the United States will continue to be allowed to carry electronic devices onboard. Passengers would be allowed to carry larger devices such as tablets, portable DVD players, laptops and cameras in their checked luggage. "Security measures at Irish airports have not changed nor are they expected to change in the near future,"according to a ...
  • 'No plans' to introduce electronic device ban on Irish flights

    'No plans' to introduce electronic device ban on Irish flights

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    The U.S. has not ruled out that more airports could be added to the list. Separately, the UK Government has announced a ban on carrying large phones, laptops and tablets in the cabin on flights travelling to the UK from Lebanon, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Jordan and Tunisia.
  • Kim Jong-Nam Body arrives in North Korea

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    Kim Jong Nam's body was released by Malaysia and returned to North Korea via China on Thursday in a trade for nine Malaysians being detained in Pyongyang. US and South Korean officials say the murder, carried out using the highly toxic nerve agent VX, was an assassination orchestrated by North Korean agents.
  • German government denies receiving North Atlantic Treaty Organisation invoice from Trump

    German government denies receiving North Atlantic Treaty Organisation invoice from Trump

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    But on Sunday, voters in Saarland, a small and typically CDU-leaning state in southwestern Germany, seemed not to take heed of the "Schulz surge" as they cast their ballots in regional elections. Christian Democratic top candidate Saarland governor Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer, right, and the top candidate of the Social Democratic party Anke Rehlinger attend a TV debate after the state election in German state of Saarland in Saarbruecken, Sunday, March 26, 2017.
  • US government watchdog to review Mar-a-Lago trips, Trump hotel profits

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    Treasury all profits his hotels earn from payments made by foreign governments. WASHINGTON ― The main independent investigative arm of Congress will dig into whether President Donald Trump has set up proper security precautions at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida and if his hotel business is turning over profits received from foreign governments, as he promised.
  • China's man-made S.China Sea islands nearly complete

    China's man-made S.China Sea islands nearly complete

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    United States who isn't happy with China's build-up has been sending its naval forces to the region every now and then. The US wants the South China Sea to remain as worldwide waters, sparking fears a war could break out if China starts acting aggressively in the territory.
  • Putin hosts French presidential contender Le Pen in Kremlin

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    Asked what her first decision on Russian Federation would be if she were elected French president, she said it would be to think about lifting sanctions, provided Moscow lifted its own restrictions on imports of some European food. She specified in her Le Parisien interview that negotiations on the euro would come at the end of those negotiations, after Germany's general election in September.