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Asianmarkets-011415_16Jan17.jpg European stocks fell on Monday, led lower by banking and auto stocks, after Canadian rating agency DBRS cut Italy's sovereign credit rating and the pound dropped against the dollar and euro on growing concerns about a 'hard' Brexit. U.K. stocks also edged lower after touching a fresh record high...

Trump-3_16Jan17.jpg In an interview with The Times of London, the President-elect Donald Trump said he would continue to his twitter handle @realDonaldTrump. The account created in march 2009 has 46 million followers.

Asian-Markets2_16Jan17.jpg European stocks are seen opening mostly lower on Monday amid fears British Prime Minister Theresa May will this week signal plans for a "hard Brexit''. However, with the British pound falling more than 1 percent, U.K. stocks may see a positive open. In a long-awaited speech to be delivered at Lancaster...

Jan13-011317.jpg The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services has classified DexCom Inc.'s (DXCM) therapeutic Continuous Glucose Monitors as "Durable Medical Equipment" under Medicare Part B.

wallstreet1-103112_13Jan17.jpg While buying interest was somewhat subdued, stocks managed to end Friday's trading mostly higher. With the gains on the day, the tech-heavy Nasdaq reached a new record closing high.

US-Capitol2-011317.jpg Republicans in Congress took another step toward repealing the healthcare reform law known as Obamacare on Friday. The House voted 227 to 198 in favor of a budget resolution that instructs committees to write legislation repealing Obamacare.

Takata-011317.jpg The US has indicted three former Takata executives for fraud and conspiracy regarding the exploding airbags. The US government has flied criminal charges against Shinichi Tanaka, Hideo Nakajima and Tsuneo Chikaraishi. All three had worked for Takata until around 2015 in the United States and Japan. Takata...

Apple-Lawsuit-011317.jpg A US appeals court has revived a lawsuit that accuses Apple monopolizing the sale of iOS applications using App Store. The 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals overturned a lower court decision and said that iOS app purchasers have the legal right to sue the iPhone maker. The lawsuit claims that lack...

Healthcare-011317.jpg As lawmakers take the first steps toward repealing the healthcare reform law known as Obamacare, the results of a Quinnipiac University poll found little support for a complete repeal of the law.

Canadian rating agency DBRS announced Friday it has downgraded its long-term ratings on Italy's debt after its failed constitutional referendum last month. DBRS downgraded Italy's Long-Term Foreign Currency - Issuer Rating and Long-Term Local Currency - Issuer Rating to BBB (high) with a Stable trend...

jason-chaffetz-011317.jpg Following public criticism of President-elect Donald Trump's plan to address conflicts of interest, the head of the independent federal ethics office is being called on to explain his comments to Congress. House Oversight Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, sent a letter Thursday requesting...

George-Soros-011317.jpg Billionaire hedge-fund manager George Soros has reportedly lost about $1 billion following Donald Trump's unexpected victory in US Presidential elections. According to a WSJ report, the stock-market rally fueled by Trump's Nov 8 election victory led to Soros losing nearly $1 billion, while his former...

wallstreet-111914_13Jan17.jpg After moving to the upside early in the session, stocks remain mostly positive in mid-day trading on Friday. While buying interest has been somewhat subdued, the tech-heavy Nasdaq has managed to reach a new record intraday high.

NintendoSwitch-011317.jpg Nintendo will start shipping its new video game console Switch from 3 March for $300. The USP of the device, which succeeds Wii U, is that it can switch from being a handheld gaming device to a video game console that can be plugged with a TV. Nintendo along with game publishers have planned to...

Renault-011317.jpg French regulators have opened an investigation into Renault's suspected cheating in its diesel vehicle emissions tests. Shares of the French auto giant fell following the news. Renault claims that the company's diesel cars are not equipped with any pollution cheating software. On Thursday, US...

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