• Vinales takes Aragon MotoGP pole, Rossi P3 on return
Vinales takes Aragon MotoGP pole, Rossi P3 on return

But in Sunday's practice he almost hit the tarmac, somehow maintaining his balance as Rabat touched his back wheel at turn 14 - the Spaniard unable to do the same as he went sprawling across the track. Andrea Dovizioso had a solid session to take seventh and will be looking to move forward and track Championship rival Marquez, with Aleix Espargaro...

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  • China urges North Korea to not to go further in 'dangerous direction'
China urges North Korea to not to go further in 'dangerous direction'

Russian Federation and China challenged the United States' global leadership in United Nations speeches peppered with bare-knuckled criticism of the Trump administration's hostility toward Iran, its "military hysteria" over North Korea, and its approach to the rest of the world.

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  • Albion boss Chris Hughton is after a win not revenge against Newcastle
Albion boss Chris Hughton is after a win not revenge against Newcastle

Hughton, of course, took his first steps on the managerial ladder at St James' Park, but Benitez, who will send his team out against former employers Liverpool next weekend, knows that will all be forgotten for 90 minutes at least. The Magpies occupy fourth place on the Premier League standings heading into their game against Brighton on Sunday ...

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  • North Korea: Tremor detected in north east
North Korea: Tremor detected in north east

The quake occurred about 50km (31 miles) from a nuclear test site, monitors say. Experts say North Korea also uses shell companies to skirt rules. Donald Trump has added economic action to his fiery military threats against North Korea and renewed his rhetorical offensive against Kim Jong Un, calling the reclusive leader "obviously a madman".

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  • Investigative reporters head to NY to solve Ranbir-Mahira mystery
Investigative reporters head to NY to solve Ranbir-Mahira mystery

A lot of hearts surely have been broken since Ranbir and Mahira's pictures have gone viral. They deemed the trolls as having double standards since their attacks are mainly towards Mahira rather than Ranbir . How do we know that there's something more to this picture? Every woman has the right to make her own choices in life (as long she's not...

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  • The End of US Quantitative Easing
The End of US Quantitative Easing

Stocks turned lower after the Federal Reserve's announcement. The Fed has been at pains to avoid a repeat of 2013's "taper tantrum", when its announcement it would start reducing the amount of bonds it bought sparked a sell-off in the financial markets .

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  • Asia Stocks Steady, Dollar Treads Water as Investors Count Down to Fed
Asia Stocks Steady, Dollar Treads Water as Investors Count Down to Fed

Kaplan: Neel Kashkari; and Jerome H. Powell. -Financial shares rose 0.6 percent while shares in consumer staple producers fell 0.9 percent and tech shares lost 0.5 percent. "The Fed is continuing to confirm the narrative that the lack of inflation has been somewhat transitory and expect inflation to pick up", said Emily Roland, head of investme...

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  • Sprint and T-Mobile closing in on merger deal, reports say
Sprint and T-Mobile closing in on merger deal, reports say

T-Mobile US Inc. ( TMUS ) and Sprint Corp. A combined company would boast more than 130 million subscribers - just behind Verizon and AT&T - with revenues topping $70 billion. Once terms are finalized, due diligence by the two companies would follow with a deal expected by the end of October. T-Mobile has a market capitalisation of $52bn, w...

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  • Tesla is Developing Their Own Self-Driving AI Chip with AMD
Tesla is Developing Their Own Self-Driving AI Chip with AMD

According to commentators, the effort aligns with Tesla's push to be vertically integrated and cut reliance on other companies. CNBC reported Tesla has received samples of the processor chip and is now running tests on it, according to sources.

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  • Stunning 'Padmavati' First Look! Deepika Padukone Showcases Regal Rajputana Queen
Stunning 'Padmavati' First Look! Deepika Padukone Showcases Regal Rajputana Queen

Previously, the Sena members had also opposed Hrithik Roshan and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan starrer Jodha Akbar post which the movie didn't release in Rajasthan. But we know that all this has not been an easy journey for everyone associated with the film, especially the director, Sanjay Leela Bhansali . Deepika twitted about the Sanjay Leela Bhan...

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  • Ryanair reassigns flights for half of affected customers
Ryanair reassigns flights for half of affected customers

Ryanair said Thursday it expects to have re-accommodated or refunded more than 95 percent of customers by the end of this week. Ryanair passengers have been left stranded for days at a time, with some desperate to get back to young children and others racking up huge and unexpected bills as they are forced to stay overseas for longer than plan...

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  • SEC victim of hacking, filing system breached
SEC victim of hacking, filing system breached

By specifically targeting this system, the threat actors may have gained access to information which had the power to change the market, which in turn could be used to trade illicitly thanks to the stolen, "insider" information contained therein, whether they were company financial statements or merger announcements.

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  • Amazon to offer discounts up to 40% on smartphones
Amazon to offer discounts up to 40% on smartphones

The online festive sales - now a dominant feature of ecommerce growth in India since Flipkart first launched its Big Billion Day Sale in 2014 - are not just markers for industry leadership but also stoke growth for allied industries from logistics to digital payment providers.

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  • Rohingyas are illegal immigrants not refugees: Rajnath Singh
Rohingyas are illegal immigrants not refugees: Rajnath Singh

But getting aid to displaced people who remain inside Myanmar is not easy, reports the BBC's Jonah Fisher. The Bangladeshi government say they'll move tens of thousands of people, now seeking refuge on the roadside and shanties to Balukhali camp.

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  • Mark Carney comments increase expectations of near-term Bank of England rate hike
Mark Carney comments increase expectations of near-term Bank of England rate hike

Even if the BoE does hike interest rates from 0.25% to 0.50% sooner rather than later, it is highly likely that they will tread very carefully on further increases. The pound was down 0.7% against the common currency at €1.129. He also asserted that any potential United Kingdom interest rate hikes were likely to be gradual and limited.

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  • Analyzing Profit-Making Efficiency: Coach, Inc. (COH), Duke Realty Corporation (DRE)
Analyzing Profit-Making Efficiency: Coach, Inc. (COH), Duke Realty Corporation (DRE)

The stock declined 1.58% or $1.55 reaching $96.63 on the news. About 9,550 shares traded. Green Brick Partners Inc (NASDAQ:GRBK) has risen 50.21% since September 17, 2016 and is uptrending. The rating was downgraded by Argus Research on Monday, August 28 to "Hold". The company reported the earnings of $0.31/Share in the last quarter where the est...

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  • Wall St opens slightly higher ahead of Fed meet
Wall St opens slightly higher ahead of Fed meet

The central bank is also expected to announce plans to begin unwinding its $4.2 trillion portfolio of Treasuries and mortgage-backed securities, almost a decade after the global financial crisis. "It will be like Fed Chair Janet Yellen has said, like watching paint dry". NAR said existing home sales slumped by 1.7% to an annual rate of 5.35 milli...

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  • Dollar Remains on the Downside with Fed in Focus
Dollar Remains on the Downside with Fed in Focus

After pushing the S&P above its 2,500-point milestone last week, investors were holding their fire as they awaited more clues on the timing of the next rate hike from Fed Chair Janet Yellen. Kellogg was off 82 cents, or 1.2 percent, to $65.05, while Campbell Soup lost 74 cents, or 1.6 percent, to $46.58. Over the past 12 months, US home sales hav...

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  • United States oil stockpiles grow 4.6 million barrels
United States oil stockpiles grow 4.6 million barrels

It rebounded to 9.35 million barrels per day in the prior week, but was still below the 9.53 million bpd rate before Harvey hit. OPEC and other producers opted to decrease production by 1.8 million barrels a day in an attempt to rebalance the oil market and support prices.

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  • Toys 'R' Us seeks bankruptcy, crushed by debt and online rivals
Toys 'R' Us seeks bankruptcy, crushed by debt and online rivals

In a statement released late Monday night, the Toys "R" USA explained that they're filing for bankruptcy protection to "restructure its outstanding debt," in hopes that it will lead to more sustained long-term growth for the retail company.

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