http://livemint.com/rf/Image-621x414/LiveMint/Period2/2017/06/23/Photos/Processed/snap-kF9D--621x414@LiveMint.JPG

Markets

The correct version of this news story can be read at https://sportsperspectives.com/2017/06/23/fmr-llc-acquires-shares-of-33450285-snap-inc-snap-updated-updated-updated.html. They're friends and family who are sharing their location with you. And it can also be unsafe for adults, as the conversation with my friend proved.
  • U.S. pre-open: Stocks set to drop after hawkish Fed

    Markets

    The central bank had pushed rates to near zero in response to the financial crisis. "But I'd be shocked if, in 2020, there haven't been some bumps along the way". However, the Fed did lower its inflation forecast for 2017. Charles Melchreit of Pioneer Investments says markets may be finding it "a bit of a comforting outcome", that the Fed isn't willing to shift the rate hike path it has set out that quickly, even if current inflation numbers aren't backing it up.
  • Oh My God, Republican Male Senators, Stop Cutting Kamala Harris Off

    Oh My God, Republican Male Senators, Stop Cutting Kamala Harris Off

    Markets

    Kamala Harris , D-Calif., being interrupted for the second time in a week by her male colleagues - triggered an outpouring of recognition and what has become nearly ritual social media outrage. "Senator, let him answer". Freshman Sen . Kamala Harris fired off question after question about Sessions' meetings with Russian officials and discussions with President Donald Trump .
  • Secret Service says it doesn't have any Trump tapes

    Secret Service says it doesn't have any Trump tapes

    Markets

    White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders said last week she wasn't aware of whether the White House had any kind of taping system and suggested reporters check with the Secret Service on any security-related questions. Trump could also, meanwhile, turn over White House recordings of the president's conversations - if they exist. Soon after, Chuck Schumer issued a public challenge: "President Trump: if you disagree with anything the Director said today, play the tapes for all of America ...
  • Grief turns to anger in neighbourhood near tower fire

    Markets

    Metropolitan Police Commander Stuart Cundy told The Associated Press that 24 people were being treated in hospitals, including 12 in critical condition. Almost 110 families made homeless from the blaze are being housed at hotels in west London . "Luckily we didn't believe [the phone operator] and got out quickly", Waewta said, noting that it took a while for rescuers to reach them.
  • Saudi Arabia, UAE, Bahrain defend blockade on Qatar

    Markets

    This week, he's selling them $21 billion in weapons . However, on Wednesday, in Washington, Defense Secretary James Mattis formally signed the letter of offer and acceptance for the purchase. Kaine's discomfiture is fair. On the same day, Jordan downgraded ties with Qatar . "I don't think we have a problem with the Pentagon ". The crisis in the Persian Gulf will not deepen, next year we will probably see a new type of relations in the Middle East, Arab World expert Prof.
  • Jury questions posed during Bill Cosby's sex assault trial

    Jury questions posed during Bill Cosby's sex assault trial

    Markets

    Bill Cosby has arrived for the fourth day of jury deliberations in his sexual assault trial. The jury deciding whether Bill Cosby sexually assaulted a former acquaintance is deadlocked, but Montgomery County Judge Steven T. The video is inscribed with the words, "Always follow through". Cosby did not testify. But the atmosphere remained calm, with accusers and supporters even holding hands at times.
  • Asian shares fall after Fed rate hike, tracking Wall St lead

    Asian shares fall after Fed rate hike, tracking Wall St lead

    Markets

    Federal Reserve raised interest rates, as expected. In explaining the second rate hike of this year and plans for more increases in the coming months, Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen said the move reflected progress in the world's largest economy , which continues to add jobs at a solid pace.
  • Iranian Supreme Leader accuses USA of forming ISIS

    Iranian Supreme Leader accuses USA of forming ISIS

    Markets

    Last month, the US Senate's Foreign Relations Committee voted in favor of legislation that would authorize Trump to impose new sanctions on Iran over its missile program, which Tehran has repeatedly said is defensive. "Through diplomacy, the US can contribute to the kind of economic and social initiatives that will enable political reform, leading Saudi Arabia to a more open and democratic society", said former Ambassador to Yemen Gerald M.
  • United States envoy to Qatar to step down amid Gulf crisis

    Markets

    Qatar denies sponsoring terrorism and accuses the Saudis of seeking to dominate smaller neighbors. Russian President Vladimir Putin and Saudi King Salman discussed the crisis on Tuesday, with Putin warning that isolating Qatar would make finding a peaceful end to the war in Syria more hard.
  • Verizon takes over Yahoo to complete $4.5 billion deal

    Verizon takes over Yahoo to complete $4.5 billion deal

    Markets

    CNBC reports that Mayer is expected to receive a "golden parachute" payment that filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission estimates is worth more than $23m. Its common stock will continue to trade under the ticker symbol " YHOO " until that day. The company had found it hard to compete with newcomers like Google and Facebook in the battle for online advertising.
  • House, Senate investigators seek Trump tapes, Comey memos

    Markets

    I'm good with it, ' he said during in his testimony. Comey testified Thursday that the tweet alarmed him so much that he chose to pass his memos to a close friend with instructions to give them to the press - a decision Comey made in the hope that it would force the Justice Department to appoint a special prosecutor in the Russian Federation probe.
  • 36 die of suffocation in botched Philippines casino robbery

    36 die of suffocation in botched Philippines casino robbery

    Markets

    Police said it appeared the suspect had killed himself after firing at officers searching the still-smoking building. Manila , Philippines - ISIS has claimed responsibility for an attack on a Philippine resort that left 37 people dead; however, police say the attack was actually a violent robbery not related to terrorism.
  • A relaxed and confident Corbyn sets out his path to power

    A relaxed and confident Corbyn sets out his path to power

    Markets

    On the eve of the British election on Thursday, Nate Silver and Harry Enten of FiveThirtyEight offered three equally probable outcomes for the contest: 1) a landslide win for Theresa May's ruling Conservatives, 2) a narrower win for the same, or 3) a hung parliament with no party garnering a majority but the Conservatives remaining the largest party.
  • Trump Calls Comey 'a Leaker,' Says He's Vindicated After Senate Hearing

    Markets

    But on Thursday morning, even as Comey accused the White House of spreading "lies, plain and simple", there was nary a peep from the president. President Donald Trump tweeted early Friday morning that he feels "total and complete vindication" following former FBI Director James Comey's testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee.
  • The American Century Companies Inc. Cuts Stake in Valero Energy Co. (VLO)

    Markets

    Solaris Power Cells Inc (OTCMKTS:SPCL) has 0.00% since June 9, 2016 and is. It has underperformed by 2.65% the S&P500.The move comes after 5 months positive chart setup for the $10.50 billion company. The rating was maintained by Barclays Capital with "Overweight" on Wednesday, February 1. The stock has "Neutral" rating by Citigroup on Tuesday, January 17.
  • Fisker releases teaser images of all-electric sedan - EMotion

    Fisker releases teaser images of all-electric sedan - EMotion

    Markets

    Fisker says that its patented frontal crash structure exceeds current standards to protect all occupants and that the cabin will provide superior rear legroom. The side mirrors come with two cameras, which offer 360-degree views to the driver. The world of racing inspired some of the EMotions more daring elements.
  • Polls open in United Kingdom election after campaign marred by attacks

    Polls open in United Kingdom election after campaign marred by attacks

    Markets

    She went into the election untested on a national campaign, but with a reputation for quiet competence. Jeremy Corbyn the leader of Britain's opposition Labour Party, speaks at an election campaign event in Harrow, June 7, 2017. The campaign was hit by a suicide bombing at a Manchester concert on May 22, which killed 22 people including seven children, followed by Saturday's knife and van attack in central London , which left eight dead.
  • Indian shares rise in line with Asia; RBI policy meeting outcome awaited

    Indian shares rise in line with Asia; RBI policy meeting outcome awaited

    Markets

    Shares of GAIL , Bharti Airtel , ICICI Bank , SBI, Hero Motocorp, M&M, Bajaj Auto and Tata Steel were trading in the positive zone, with gains of up to 0.93%. "Investors remained cautious ahead of key global events like ECB's monetary policy review and elections in UK". The BSE market breadth was bullish - with 1,460 advances and 1,200 declines.
  • Unemployment Falls to 16-Year Low As US Job Growth Slows

    Markets

    Hourly earnings rose 2.5 percent during the past 12 months. Job gains in March were revised down to 50,000 from 79,000 while April's figures were also lowered to 174,000 from 211,000. Since January, the unemployment rate has fallen by a half a percentage point and the number of unemployed has declined by 774,000. Commenting on the government report from Friday, Nathan Janzen, senior economist at RBC Economic said, "Slower employment growth has always been expected, though, as slack in ...
  • May Jobs Report: 138000 More On Payrolls; Unemployment Dips Slightly

    Markets

    Job growth is slowing as the labour market nears full employment. Wage growth has been basically flat since the recession despite the economy continuing to add jobs. Persistently sluggish wage growth could cast a shadow on further monetary policy tightening. Wages are up slightly, up by 4 cents per hour to an average hourly wage of $26.22, and up 63 cents over the past 12-month period.
  • Oil nears $49 on Middle East rift concerns

    Oil nears $49 on Middle East rift concerns

    Markets

    Consensus estimates were calling for a 3.1 million barrel draw this week. The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries ( OPEC ) members' crude output rose 270,000 barrels per day to 32.12 million barrels per day in May compared to April, according to an S&P Global Platts on June 6.