• Westbrook Leads Thunder Rally to Win Over Suns in Overtime
Westbrook Leads Thunder Rally to Win Over Suns in Overtime

Westbrook led the Thunder in their second victory of they year coming from behind to beat the Phoenix Suns 113-110 in overtime. DeRozan had 40 points in Toronto's season-opening win over Detroit on Wednesday, besting Vince Carter's 65 points in 2003-04 for the most for the franchise through the first two games of the season ( see full recap ...

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  • Philippine President announces separation from US
Philippine President announces separation from US

His comments came after he met his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping at the Great Hall of the People on Tiananmen Square, with the two men pledging to enhance trust and friendship, while playing down a maritime dispute. "The U.S. -Philippine alliance is built on a 70-year history, rich people to people ties and a long list of shared security concern...

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  • FY2017 EPS Estimates for Time Warner Inc. Lowered by Gabelli (TWX)
FY2017 EPS Estimates for Time Warner Inc. Lowered by Gabelli (TWX)

The company's Market Capitalization is $993.31 billion with the total Outstanding Shares of 398.33 million. Time Warner Inc .is the world's leading media and entertainment company, whose businesses include filmed entertainment, interactive services, television networks, cable systems, publishing and music.

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  • Families plead for answers in Australian theme park deaths
Families plead for answers in Australian theme park deaths

Davidson also said that rides will remained closed until an internal and external safety audits were conducted on every attraction in the park, Xinhua news agency reported. But Araghi told the ABC on Thursday night that he as yet to hear from police. "Theme parks are fundamental to the DNA of the Gold Coast and we believe they'll bounce back ve...

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  • Non-OPEC yet to pledge concrete oil output steps after meeting OPEC
Non-OPEC yet to pledge concrete oil output steps after meeting OPEC

It was a collective decision reached by consensus of all the OPEC-14 Member Countries. "We have to agree on the real numbers", non-OPEC Kazakhstan's vice-minister of energy, Magsum Mirzagaliev, told reporters after seven hours of talks on Saturday.

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  • $85 billion merger of AT&T, Time Warner to come under federal scrutiny
$85 billion merger of AT&T, Time Warner to come under federal scrutiny

Time Warner's assets, particularly HBO , sports programming and Warner Bros ., are highly prized by other media companies. AT&T , which sells wireless phone and broadband services, has already made moves to turn itself into a media powerhouse, buying satellite TV provider DirecTV past year for $48.5 billion.

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  • Sirius XM says profit rose and plans to pay 1st dividend
Sirius XM says profit rose and plans to pay 1st dividend

The Firm also offers satellite radio services to clients of certain rental vehicle companies. When it comes to the Analysis of a Stock, Price Target plays a vital role. (NASDAQ:SIRI) was up +1.19% during the last day of trading, with a day high of 0.00. Shareholders of record on Wednesday, November 9th will be paid a dividend of 0.01 per share on...

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  • Royal Bank of Scotland sees more losses in third quarter
Royal Bank of Scotland sees more losses in third quarter

Royal Bank of Scotland (LON: RBS ) swung to a loss in the third quarter, as it took a hit from a series of litigation and restructuring charges. However once restructuring costs and provision for litigation were excluded, the bank made an adjusted quarterly operating profit of £1.3bn.

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  • UN preparing for possible chemical attack in Iraq's Mosul
UN preparing for possible chemical attack in Iraq's Mosul

Many fear IS may resort to more brutal tactics as the forces converge on the city, which is still home to more than a million people. The head of USA military operations in the Middle East, General Joseph Votel, said the jihadists were suffering heavy losses, with an estimated 800 to 900 fighters killed so far.

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  • Hong Kong regulators probe UBS on initial public offerings
Hong Kong regulators probe UBS on initial public offerings

UBS, controlled by chief executive Serdio Ermotti, said that "lower-than-anticipated and negative interest rates still present considerable headwinds". "I don't expect, until we see a change in the environment, that we're going to see a material increase at all in our transaction revenue", Gardner said.

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  • Analyst Research Roundup: Oracle Corporation (NYSE:ORCL), Sonic Corp. (NASDAQ:SONC)
Analyst Research Roundup: Oracle Corporation (NYSE:ORCL), Sonic Corp. (NASDAQ:SONC)

Currently, the stock carries a price to earnings ratio of 17.34, a price to book ratio of 0, and a price to sales ratio of 1.65. A EVP, Gen'l Counsel, Secretary in the company, Daley Dorian, on Thursday September 22, 2016 collected $636,330 from the sale of 16,065 shares at a per-share price of $38.42.

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  • Sanders urges government to kill AT&T-Time Warner merger
Sanders urges government to kill AT&T-Time Warner merger

Just exactly how this will work will become clearer next month when the service goes live. As I noted in my thesis on AT&T in June (see my AT&T research here), DirecTV's (DTV) total USA subscribers grew just 1% per year from 2010 through 2015.

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  • Beer giant AB InBev winds back revenue forecast
Beer giant AB InBev winds back revenue forecast

The results will be a disappointment to AB InBev, which earlier this month completed its acquisition of SABMiller and subsequent divestment of a number of units, including MillerCoors to Molson Coors and the Peroni and Grolsch brands to Asahi.

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  • U.S. stocks fall as bond yields spike, retailers drop
U.S. stocks fall as bond yields spike, retailers drop

The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed down 0.2 per cent to 18,169.68. Thursday's selloff was worsened not just by expectations of higher interest rates in the USA, but also decreased central bank support in Europe and Japan. Yields rose as bond prices fell on diminished hopes over further monetary stimulus from some of the world's largest cen...

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  • Pipeline protester says many want to be arrested
Pipeline protester says many want to be arrested

The police operation came the day after the Morton County Sheriff's Department asked protesters to leave the land, which is in the path of the Dakota Access Pipeline under construction. The Federal Aviation Administration began restricting flights over the area on Tuesday afternoon, and will continue to do so until November 5, according to the F...

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  • Apple's Tim Cook on the Note 7 incident:
Apple's Tim Cook on the Note 7 incident: "We welcome all switchers"

While that number beat analysts' estimates , it was down from 48.1 million in the same period previous year. Apple could also benefit because many iPhone 6 owners may be ready to replace their two-year-old phones. It was no surprise that Apple saw its first fall in annual revenues for 15 years. The next generation of Macs are due to be unve...

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  • Petrol Prices Zoom on Surprise Stockpile Fall
Petrol Prices Zoom on Surprise Stockpile Fall

But there are still some factors that create uncertainty in the near term, according to experts. Oil prices pared losses after the EIA data, with US crude briefly trading in positive territory. The report also showed that gasoline inventories decreased by 1.956 million barrels, compared to expectations for a decline of 963,000 barrels. And ev...

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  • McGinty, Toomey meet for final debate in US Senate race
McGinty, Toomey meet for final debate in US Senate race

Democrats are counting on picking up Republican Senate seats, such as Toomey's, to regain control of the congressional chamber. But Toomey still has almost a two-point lead in a RealClearPolitics average of polls in the Senate race, while Clinton leads Trump by more than five points in the RCP average in the presidential race in Pennsylvania....

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  • Supporters Call Obamacare 'A Good Start' Despite Sharp Rate Increase
Supporters Call Obamacare 'A Good Start' Despite Sharp Rate Increase

President Obama successfully passed the Affordable Care Act in 2010, and the federal marketplace launched in 2013, though not without some hiccups . For example, California (where the average increase will be 13%) barred insurers participating in its exchange from offering policies that effectively pulled healthier consumers into a separate risk...

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  • Stock futures down as Apple, oil prices drop
Stock futures down as Apple, oil prices drop

Simon Property Group, which owns shopping mall and other real estate and is the largest publicly traded company in the industry, reported strong earnings. Boeing climbed $5.97, or 4.3 percent, to $145 after it raised its forecast for earnings, revenue, and plane deliveries. Ticket prices have been falling for two years and Southwest said prices ar...

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