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- Micron Poised to Report Great Results, but the Outlook Matters More September 20, 2018Analysts are starting to worry about DRAM pricing, predicting a rougher 2019.
- GE says four HA turbines in U.S. shut down due to blade problem September 20, 2018General Electric Co said on Thursday that four of its flagship power turbines in the United States have been shut down due to a problem with turbine blades that was discovered at an electrical power plant ...
- Friday Is Going to Be a Huge Day for Stock Traders September 20, 2018Two major market events that have the potential to send U.S. equity volumes sky-high will collide Friday. The first is the quarterly event known as “quadruple witching” -- when futures and options on indexes and individual stocks expire. The anticipated spike in turbulence will hit a market already roiled by rising trade tensions between the U.S. and China. […]
- Wall St. roars back on robust jobs report, dovish Powell remarks January 4, 2019Wall Street rebounded on Friday after a strong payrolls report and remarks from Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell that suggested the central bank would be flexible with monetary policy.
- U.S. judge stands by ruling to limit evidence in Roundup cancer trials January 4, 2019A federal judge overseeing lawsuits alleging Bayer AG's glyphosate-based Roundup weed killer causes cancer on Friday declined to reconsider a ruling that limits evidence the plaintiffs in the litigation consider crucial to their cases.
- Fed Chair Powell says he would not resign if Trump asked January 4, 2019Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell on Friday said he would not resign even if President Donald Trump asked him to do so, a clear assertion of the U.S. central bank's independence in the face of Trump's strident criticism of the Fed's rate hikes.
- Britney Spears suspends shows after dad 'almost died' January 4, 2019Britney Spears said on Friday she was pulling out of her upcoming Las Vegas concerts and other work commitments to be with her family after her father was taken ill.
- Kevin Hart re-considering Oscars hosting job after DeGeneres endorsement January 4, 2019Kevin Hart, who stepped down as host of the Oscars following criticism over past anti-gay tweets, said he is evaluating his decision after popular comedian Ellen DeGeneres revealed she supported him in the role.
- Hollywood ready to party in (possibly) Trump-free Golden Globes January 4, 2019The Golden Globes kick off the showbusiness awards season on Sunday with Hollywood apparently in the mood for a party, and with plenty to celebrate.
- Dutch authorities demand clean-up costs from Swiss shipping line January 4, 2019Dutch authorities will hold Swiss shipping line MSC liable for the cost of cleaning up debris from more than 270 cargo containers that fell off one of its vessels and washed up on shore, officials said on Friday.
- One dead in Thailand as tropical storm uproots trees, blows off roofs January 4, 2019Thailand's first tropical storm in three decades killed one person on Friday as it arrived on the south coast, knocking down trees and blowing off roofs in its path, but was losing speed, officials said, while warning against the risk of flash floods.
- China to step up crackdown on rare earth sector: ministry January 4, 2019China will step up efforts to eliminate illegal mining, production and smuggling of rare earth materials, while at the same time, encourage more high-end processing, the industry ministry said in new guidelines published on Friday.
- Trump, Democrats hold 'contentious' talks, fail to end shutdown January 4, 2019President Donald Trump and Democratic leaders failed to strike a deal on Friday to end a partial shutdown of the U.S. government as they fought over Trump's request for $5 billion to fund his signature wall on the border with Mexico, lawmakers said.
- On first day in power, House Democrats challenge Trump to end shutdown January 4, 2019Democrats wasted no time flexing their new power in the U.S. House of Representatives on Thursday by approving legislation backed by new Speaker Nancy Pelosi that would end a 13-day partial government shutdown, ignoring President Donald Trump's demand for $5 billion for a border wall.
- Shutdown risks delays to U.S. drilling, ethanol, wind initiatives January 4, 2019The partial government shutdown is increasing the chances of delays in U.S. energy initiatives from the release of President Donald Trump's proposed offshore drilling plan to allowing higher levels of ethanol in gasoline during summer months, energy industry groups said on Friday.
- Motor racing: Records in focus after serial success, says Mercedes F1 boss January 4, 2019Everyone loves an underdog but Mercedes believe Formula One fans will still have plenty to cheer about next season even if the reigning champions dominate for a record-chasing sixth successive year.
- Canucks' Pettersson unlikely to play Saturday January 4, 2019Vancouver Canucks rookie center Elias Pettersson will travel with the team for a Saturday game against the Toronto Maple Leafs, even though he is unlikely to play after suffering an apparent leg injury on Thursday night.
- Rays announce plan to reduce seating January 4, 2019The Tampa Bay Rays are eliminating approximately 10,000 upper deck seats at Tropicana Field next season, making it by far the lowest-seating capacity of any Major League Baseball stadium.