Economy

Barkindo said OPEC has invited non-OPEC countries Russia, Colombia , Congo , Egypt , Kazakhstan , Mexico , Oman , Trinidad and Tobago, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan , Bolivia , Azerbaijan , Bahrain and Brunei to a meeting on December 10 to discuss their contribution.
  • Trump threatens payback for US companies that move abroad

    Economy

    Please be forewarned prior to making a very expensive mistake! Experts have waned that the president-elect will face legal challenges if he tries to impose tariffs on specific companies without congressional approval. Ben Sasse (R-Neb.), a prominent critic of Trump, said US consumers would likely pay more as a result. The tweets follow Carrier's recent announcement that it made a decision to keep "more than 1,000 jobs" in the US rather than move them to Mexico -saying Trump intervened.
  • Beckham baffled by exchange as Giants lose to Steelers 24-14

    Economy

    On a 3rd and 7, quarterback Ben Roethlisberger found Green at the Giants 24 yard line on a deep pass. The Giants player was middle linebacker Kelvin Sheppard, who appeared to have his hands near Bell's chin as several others - including linebacker Devon Kennard - pulled and twisted Bell to the ground.
  • Autumn Statement: Government set to borrow more as economy slows down

    Economy

    Hammond said: "No other major economy makes hundreds of tax changes twice a year, and neither should we". The growth figure from the Office for Budget Responsibility is down from the 2.2% it had previously forecast. However, he said the OBR's forecast for 2017 has dropped significantly, from 2.2% made at the time of the March Budget to 1.4%. He also formally abandoned the government target to achieve a budget surplus by 2020 trumpeted by his predecessor George Osborne .
  • Local politician, 2 reporters killed in Finland shooting

    Economy

    A 23-year-old local man was detained by police following the incident. Three women have died after being shot in the head by a sniper in a seemingly random attack outside a restaurant in Finland . Police have cordoned off the area. One of the women was the chair of the town council and the two others were local reporters. Finland has a strong tradition of hunting among its 5.5 million people.
  • Nusli Wadia to proceed with defamation lawsuit against Tata Sons

    Nusli Wadia to proceed with defamation lawsuit against Tata Sons

    Economy

    The ratings of four Tata Group operating companies continue to benefit from an uplift from the group's main holding company, Tata Sons , despite the group's ongoing board reshuffle, it said . Rejecting the defamation notice as "misconceived and unfounded", Tata Sons had told Mr Wadia that its notice seeking his removal was issued exercising its legal rights and obligations and "not meant to lower" his reputation or defame him but "instead to take appropriate action in accordance with law".
  • Ed Balls: Len Goodman would make good politician after Strictly stint

    Economy

    Strictly's Len Goodman has hinted that he will bow out of United States show Dancing With The Stars . But whoever takes the crown this year, Len - who is judging the series for the last time thinks they will be a worthy victor. Len, who is leaving " Strictly " at the end of the current series, also admitted he has no say in who will replace him, despite admitting Australian " Strictly " judge Helen Richey would be a good replacement.
  • Playtech's largest shareholder offloads 12% of stake

    Playtech's largest shareholder offloads 12% of stake

    Economy

    Shares in Playtech closed at 850.00p Tuesday. Sagi's Brickington Trading Limited sold 38.7 million Playtech shares, which comprise about 12% of the company, which has a market cap of £2.7 billion after the company's share price fell 8.71% today.
  • Albertsons in advanced talks to buy Price Chopper

    Albertsons in advanced talks to buy Price Chopper

    Economy

    Golub had been seeking financial partners since last January to support capital requirements involved in the company's ongoing plan to transform the majority of its stores to the chain's new Market 32 format, according to Supermarket News. Albertsons told Newswatch 16 they don't comment on speculation. Two years ago the company announced a rebranding effort to remodel the 135 stores with the new name, Market 32.
  • Justin Bieber Says Instagram Is for the Devil

    Justin Bieber Says Instagram Is for the Devil

    Economy

    Justin Bieber spent the last stop on his Purpose World Tour checking in with fans to find out precisely What's The Deal With Instagram? I guess too many girls were sending semi-naked photos to him. "I would really suggest to people , 'Don't put your faith in me, '" he said, "Because I'm gonna disappoint you every time". Despite breaking up with 18-year-old Ritchie, and getting an apology from Gomez, Bieber clearly has no desire to get back on Instagram .
  • Nicola Sturgeon in Dublin to expand links between Ireland and Scotland

    Nicola Sturgeon in Dublin to expand links between Ireland and Scotland

    Economy

    Britain's momentous vote to leave the European Union has encouraged Sturgeon's endless push for a second referendum, particularly if the United Kingdom opts to leave the single market. Irish political leaders - such as Micheal Martin TD and Sean Kelly MEP - have expressed support for Scotland's claim to remain within the European Union, as supported by a majority of Scottish voters in June.
  • Federal government may announce pipeline decisions

    Economy

    Vancouver Island New Democratic Party MP Murray Rankin warned last week that the opposition to the pipeline will make the 1990s " War in the Woods " over logging on Clayoquot Sound, which led to hundreds of arrests over civil disobedience actions, look like a "Sunday church picnic".
  • Order could have little effect on pipeline protest camp

    Economy

    In a show of solidarity with the Dakota Access oil pipeline protesters in Cannon Ball , ND., the co-owner of Ingress Yugen Audra Hollenbeck, 49, of Flushing, prays on Saturday, Nov. "In the order , Dalrymple notes that the Corps has required campers to vacate the federal property for safety reasons, and he shares his concern that severe weather conditions would impede access by emergency medical responders and other emergency services".
  • EU's Moscovici says Greek bailout review progressing well

    EU's Moscovici says Greek bailout review progressing well

    Economy

    Its debt level looks set to peak at 180.3% of gross domestic product (GDP) this year. Dijsselbloem chairs the eurogroup meetings, with the next due Monday. Moscovici will meet with the Minister of Finance Euclid Tsakalotos at 18:15. He described a deal on debt relief as "doable". European officials have said the target is feasible.
  • 'Fight for $15' minimum wage protests underway in Tampa

    'Fight for $15' minimum wage protests underway in Tampa

    Economy

    We're winning, and and we're going to keep fighting until we get it in all 50 states, every city, every county - everywhere", protester Devonte Yates said outside the restaurant at North 9th Street and West North Avenue. Organizers said they wanted president-elect Donald Trump, the Republican-led legislatures in Washington, D.C., and state capitals, and state governors to know that "64 million Americans paid less than $ 15 an hour are not backing off their demand for $15 an hour and union ...
  • Opposition didn't get time to prepare for demonetisation: Modi

    Opposition didn't get time to prepare for demonetisation: Modi

    Economy

    Continuing its attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi over demonetisation, the Congress on Friday said he was "not worthy" of being trusted and accused him of being "scared" of entering Parliament. He said the Prime Minister is not ready to face Lok Sabha, where his party enjoys a majority, as his own people are against him and will stand exposed in Rajya Sabha as he would not be able to answer the questions posed to him there.
  • Ben Stokes reprimanded for breaching ICC Code of Conduct

    Ben Stokes reprimanded for breaching ICC Code of Conduct

    Economy

    Fall of wickets: First innings: England: 32/1, Haseeb Hameed (10 overs); 51/2, Joe Root (14.1 overs); 51/3, Alastair Cook (15.1 overs); 87/4, Moeen Ali (27.3 overs); 144/5, Ben Stokes (44 overs); 213/6, Jos Buttler (68.1 overs); 258/7, Jonny Bairstow (83.4 overs); 266/8, Chris Woakes (89 overs); 268/9, Adil Rashid (91.1 overs); 283/10, Gareth Batty (93.5 overs).
  • Indian Shuttler Sameer Verma loses at Hong Kong Open Final

    Indian Shuttler Sameer Verma loses at Hong Kong Open Final

    Economy

    Can Sindhu make it two in two? "I've played her many times ". For the entire duration of the opening stanza, Sameer remained ahead and Jorgensen was forced to play catch-up. Despite trailing 3-4 head-to-head, Sindhu was tipped to win the final because of her good form. She ran off eight straight points after trailing 8-7 in the first game and won five of six points after trailing 11-10 in the second game, building insurmountable leads.
  • Swiss seen rejecting plan to speed exit from nuclear energy

    Swiss seen rejecting plan to speed exit from nuclear energy

    Economy

    But all the country's nuclear plants have open-ended licenses and can operate so long as they are considered safe. It plans to shut down its nuclear power plants by the end of 2022. Without a definite time limit, "you have to wait until there is a breakdown or an incident before you can close the nuclear plants", initiative spokesman Mathias Schlegel told AFP in an email.
  • Tribe calls for pipeline opponents to boycott Bismarck

    Economy

    She said Thanksgiving is "meant to highlight peace and thanks and community and to celebrate indigenous nations, and the indigenous nations are suffering right now". Actress Shailene Woodley, who was among 27 activists arrested October 10, was at one of the campsites Thursday. On Friday, 33 anti-pipeline protesters were arrested and charged with criminal trespass after about 100 of them formed a prayer circle inside a Bismark mall, police said.