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Ryanair cancels 24 flights to Britain over strike

Ryanair cancels 24 flights to Britain over strike

But management are believed to be disappointed to have made less progress placating its Irish pilots then it has with British and Italian unions. A total of 24 services, affecting 4,000 passengers, ...

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Ryanair Pilots Stage Strike

Ryanair Pilots Stage Strike

Ryanair has been forced to cancel flights today affecting around 4000 passengers in Ireland, and many more in the United Kingdom and other countries as it's Irish pilots stage a second 24-hour walko...

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GOP senators say Trump's farm relief package is a dud

GOP senators say Trump's farm relief package is a dud

The same day that President Donald Trump gushed on Twitter that "tariffs are great ", his administration disclosed plans to pay billions in aid to USA farmers getting slammed by tariffs on their ...

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Mega Millions Jackpot Grows To $512 Million

Mega Millions Jackpot Grows To $512 Million

And officials say it could keep growing before the drawing Tuesday night. The Pennsylvania Lottery also reported that a Powerball ticket worth $100,000 due to the Power Play option was sold at the...

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USA announces billions to help farmers hurt by Trump tariffs

USA announces billions to help farmers hurt by Trump tariffs

Senators said the aid package could help short-term, but they're anxious about losing long-term access to export markets. Jerry Moran, R-Kan. The proposal to stabilize farmers, some of whom have wat...

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Trump celebrates 'American pride' by inspecting US-made goods

For instance, China is the biggest buyer of USA soybeans, importing more than $12.4 billion worth of the oil seed in 2017, according to the Peterson Institute for International Economics. It allows ...

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Alphabet Shares Hit All-Time High After Earnings

Alphabet Shares Hit All-Time High After Earnings

On the face of it, the European Commission's massive fine hasn't really hurt Alphabet - at least not in the eyes of investors. The reason for the surge was better than expected profits in Google's...

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'Never, ever threaten the United States again' Trump tells Iran via Twitter

'Never, ever threaten the United States again' Trump tells Iran via Twitter

As CBS News correspondent Elizabeth Palmer reports, on Tuesday a spokesman for Iran's Foreign Ministry said there would be "equal countermeasures" if the USA pushes ahead with attempts to block Iran...

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Speculation over Bank of Japan stimulus drives up bond yield

Speculation over Bank of Japan stimulus drives up bond yield

Shanghai's main stocks index jumped 1.6 percent in response, while the yuan hit a 13-month lower versus the dollar. "The US is invoking this trade war ", Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson Geng ...

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Tesla shares drop on report that it asked suppliers for refunds

Tesla shares drop on report that it asked suppliers for refunds

According to a leaked memo, the company is requesting money back from suppliers to help the auto company become profitable, as if this is the responsibility of the company's suppliers. An analyst at ...

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Ritz Cracker Products Recalled Due To Potential Salmonella Presence

Ritz Cracker Products Recalled Due To Potential Salmonella Presence

The recall affects the Fast & Fancy Broccoli and Cheddar and the Country Chicken flavoured rice products. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency issued two recalls Friday on Christie brand Ritz Bits ...

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Trump threatens tariffs on all US$505 billion of Chinese imports

Trump threatens tariffs on all US$505 billion of Chinese imports

Stocks weren't affected, but the dollar declined and short-term bond yields slipped, suggesting investors wondered if the Fed might raise interest rates more slowly. nation's predatory practices. ...

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Ritz recall: Certain snacks recalled due to salmonella concerns

No other Mondelez Global LLC product is included in this recall. Salmonella can cause serious and sometimes fatal infections in young children, the elderly, and those with weakened immune systems. T...

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Prime Day continues to set records for Amazon

Prime Day continues to set records for Amazon

Criteo said that the increase in online sales demonstrated the "positive influence" of the annual sale on United Kingdom shopping behaviour, which is now in its fourth year. Some 83% said it influence...

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GST rates slashed on 50 items..

GST rates slashed on 50 items..

Today's revenue forgone is good for our consumers and MSME participants", he said. A special meeting of the GST Council will be held on August 4 in Delhi and it will focus on the Micro, Small and Me...

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Pharmacist Fired for Refusing to Fill Transgender Woman's Hormone Prescription

She said when she handed her three prescriptions to the pharmacist, he refused to fill one of the medications without giving a clear reason for the denial. "We also apologize for not appropriately fol...

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Gold hits one-year low on talk of more U.S. rate rises

Gold hits one-year low on talk of more U.S. rate rises

Powell also touched on the matter of trade disputes between the US and its trading partners, saying it was "difficult to predict" the implications of those on the economy. "Gold market is just followi...

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Fiat Chrysler replaces CEO Sergio Marchionne for health reasons

Fiat Chrysler replaces CEO Sergio Marchionne for health reasons

Logical candidates to his succession at Maranello include Ferrari board member and former Philip Morris chairman Louis Carey Camilleri as CEO, and Fiat heir John Elkann as President. Marchionne had ...

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Oz June Job Growth Booms

Oz June Job Growth Booms

Global students are legally limited to 20 hours of employment per week, restricting their impact on the overall labour market. Unemployment in June was 5.4 per cent, down from 5.6 per cent in May, t...

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Amazon's website crashes right as its Prime Day began

Amazon's website crashes right as its Prime Day began

For the rest of today and tomorrow Amazon is offering discounts on a bunch of things that you may or may not have an interest in. Shoppers also revealed what ultimately drives them to buy elsewher...

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Trump Threatens to Slap Tariffs on Everything Imported From China

Asked on CNBC if he is ready to go to $500 billion - a number that almost matches the $505 billion in products that China exported to the U.S.in 2017 - Trump said, " I'm ready to go to 500 ". "As usua...

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Uranium imports studied; US producers seek protection

Uranium imports studied; US producers seek protection

Two American uranium producers , Energy Fuels and Ur-Energy, petitioned the government to launch this investigation back in January, citing concerns over the amount of foreign state-subsidized uraniu...

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Microsoft is slipping ahead of earnings (MSFT)

Microsoft is slipping ahead of earnings (MSFT)

Moves into business services and cloud computing have reduced Microsoft's dependence on Windows , the dominant software for personal computers that has been overtaken in the consumer market by mobile...

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Trump slams currency manipulation by Brussels & Beijing

Trump slams currency manipulation by Brussels & Beijing

Trump said that raising American interest rates makes investment in China comparatively attractive, because China manipulates its currency by artificially devaluing it. Trump's remarks come as the US ...

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Trump Bashes Fed For Interest Rate Policy He Once Supported

Business media figures immediatly expressed alarm, noting that Trump was breaking presidential tradition by publicly revealing his opinion about the Federal Reserve, threatening the independence of th...

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Rate rise in doubt after shoppers go missing in World Cup month

Rate rise in doubt after shoppers go missing in World Cup month

One of the main reasons policymakers have argued in favor of raising interest rates soon is that household incomes are rising again at a time of low unemployment - and that has the potential to push p...

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Trump slams EU over $6.87 billion fine on Google

Trump slams EU over $6.87 billion fine on Google

Google has said it will appeal the decision - the latest in a series of actions against the company. European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker is scheduled to meet with Trump at the White ...

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Brexit: May defeats rebel Customs Union amendment

Brexit: May defeats rebel Customs Union amendment

Clarke told waiting journalists that he had put in his letter last Tuesday following the resignations of Johnson and Brexit Secretary David Davis, but since had had second thoughts. Shouts rang out ac...

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Google Fined a Record $5 Billion by European Antitrust Officials

Google Fined a Record $5 Billion by European Antitrust Officials

European regulators have hit Google with a €4.3 billion ($ 5 billion) antitrust fine for abusing the dominance of its Android mobile operating system. Google must now change its policies within...

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Europe, Japan sign massive free trade deal

At a EU-Japan summit Tuesday in Tokyo , the envoys were clear that the agreement was meant to send a message about the value of trade and cooperation. Japan's worldwide economic affairs ambassador, Y...

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