Author: 0 After 2 days of gains, Asia oil prices dip on oversupply concerns

Brent crude futures were trading at $50.16 per barrel at 0620 GMT, down 45 cents, or 0.9 per cent, from their last settlement. Meanwhile, CNBC reports that oil prices fell on Thursday as the prospects for supply improved while the economic outlook darkened, but analysts said they still expect prices to rise in the second half of the year.

Money Beijing downplays comments on potential South China Sea clash
Author: 0 Beijing downplays comments on potential South China Sea clash

The paper said that bilateral ties and regional stability were at stake and that the US should recognize that "there is a bottom line with every issue, and a price will be paid if that line is crossed". China's ministry of national defense has confirmed that its navy will hold training exercises around disputed islands ahead of an upcoming ruling by an worldwide court in The Hague over the South China Sea .

Author: 0 Rosberg will bounce back with Hamilton's data

But Rosberg, leader of the Austrian Grand Prix until his final-lap collision with Hamilton saw him limp home only in fourth, was forced out of the second practice session with a mechanical issue. It was a lot of pressure. Nico Hulkenberg was eighth for Force India , then the two Spaniards, Carlos Sainz of Toro Rosso and two-time champion Fernando Alonso in the resurgent McLaren Honda.

Author: 0 IDFA Issues Statement On Senate Vote To Pass GMO Disclosure Bill

Roberts and Sen. Stabenow (D-MI), Ranking Member of the Senate Committee on Agriculture, to establish a national GE labeling standard that would allow food companies to use scannable codes (i.e. For more information on the need for a federal labeling standard, visit the Coalition for Safe Affordable Food , at . But the GMO labeling debate is far from over.

Author: 0 New look, new rules for Kentucky Speedway NASCAR race

In 2015, Gordon needed to win on one track - Kentucky Speedway. Happy Hour proved to be anything but for Kurt Busch on Friday at Kentucky Speedway, when Busch wrecked and was forced to go to a backup vehicle for Saturday night's NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at the 1.5-mile track.

Author: 0 Postal Lockout Deadline Extended to Monday

As recently as Thursday, the two sides appeared to be far apart on several major issues after seven months of negotiations. The union has vowed not to go on strike, creating something of a stalemate between the two parties. If there is no movement on the pay issue, Legacy said he and others are willing take the fight to the Canadian Human Rights Commission or the courts to force Canada Post to increase their wages, and possibly get back pay for former carriers.

Money US economy rebounds with June hiring surge of 287000
Author: 0 US economy rebounds with June hiring surge of 287000

Unemployment rose slightly in June to 4.9%, up from 4.7% in May because more Americans are looking for work again. Wages advanced less than projected. However, the uptick in unemployment rate reflected a rebound in the number of people in the labor force, which soared by 414,000 people in June after plunging by 458,000 people in May.

Author: 0 Antoine Griezmann swaps tears for joy with precious double

The last time the two teams met was at the same venue last November on the night of the Paris terrorist attacks which centred upon the Bataclan Theatre. The Bayern Munich forward has scored 10 World Cup goals during his career but is still to find the back of the net in a European finals. " Griezmann is an exceptional player ".

Author: 0 Donald Trump Vows Torture (Again): 'I Like Waterboarding A Lot'

Donald Trump is firing back at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, which says his trade plans could damage the U.S. economy. In Pennsylvania, the figure has been 36 percent, Trump said, and in OH it stands at 34 percent. Trump argued that by doing so, he'd create more manufacturing jobs in the United States - a key element of his appeal to white, working-class communities in swing states such as Ohio, Pennsylvania and MI.

Money Retailers recall 500000 Hoverboards due to fire hazards
Author: 0 Retailers recall 500000 Hoverboards due to fire hazards

A spokesman for said the company stopped selling hoverboards in December 2015, citing safety concerns. Their rapid rise in popularity encouraged manufacturers around the world to cash in on the phenomenon, an eagerness that led some makers to ignore safety standards as they hurried to get their products on the market.

Money USA job market rebounds with June hiring surge of 287000
Author: 0 USA job market rebounds with June hiring surge of 287000

The US economy added 287,000 jobs in June - exceeding expectations after two months of disappointing job growth. May's report was revised even further down, however, to just 11,000 jobs, while April was revised up by 21,000 extra jobs. A weak June report may have dashed the possibility of a hike at any point this year, but the strong numbers could keep a rate increase on the table. Healthcare added 39,000 jobs over the month.

Money U.S. Economy Adds 287000 Jobs In June, Exceeding Expectations
Author: 0 U.S. Economy Adds 287000 Jobs In June, Exceeding Expectations

An unexpectedly grim employment report in May, combined with Britain's vote to leave the European Union, had fanned wider worries that the USA economy was in danger of stalling. May's payroll gain - the smallest since September 2010 - in part reflected the loss of 35,100 Verizon workers, who were excluded from the count while on a month-long strike.

Author: 0 June sees huge jobs gains: 287K vs. 175K expected

Treasuries fell after a report showed the USA economy added more jobs than forecast in June, bolstering the case for the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates this year. The uptick occurred for mostly positive reasons: more Americans began seeking work, a sign of growing confidence in their job prospects even though many had not yet found employment.

Author: 0 Pistorius could serve half of his sentence - law experts

He was initially given a five-year term for manslaughter, but was found guilty of murder on appeal last December. Pistorius, 29, shot Steenkamp in the early hours of Valentine's Day in 2013, claiming he mistook her for a burglar when he fired four times through the door of his bedroom toilet.

Author: 0 Read how Bale reacted to Wales defeat and EURO 2016 exit

Portugal have in many respects come in under the radar, with many writing them off before the tournament. "Superstars like him relish these situations - the pressure that goes with it brings the best out of him, when other players falter".

Author: 0 Serena Williams to face Kerber in Wimbledon final

Beyonce and Jay Z are at the Wimbledon final, sitting in Serena Williams' box on Centre Court for her match against Angelique Kerber. Angelique Kerber and Serena Williams during the trophy presentation of this year's Australian Open .

Money Trump Stars and Spars With GOP Lawmakers
Author: 0 Trump Stars and Spars With GOP Lawmakers

Trump's meeting with House Republicans was more subdued, earning him mostly accolades. The Washington Post reported that when the Arizona Republican stood up and introduced himself, Trump said , "You've been very critical of me". A Trump source, who described the meeting as a "mending of fences", said the former rivals agreed to a rhetorical cease-fire and promised to work together on issues they agree on.

Money US Jobs Surge in June
Author: 0 US Jobs Surge in June

Gains in the broader economy occurred in leisure and hospitality (59,000), health care and social assistance (58,000), and retail trade (30,000). The report will show the job growth and the unemployment rate for last month. The proportion of people employed or actively looking for work has also been dragging along at low levels, suggesting that more people would return to the workforce if desirable jobs were available.

Money Demise Of Proposed NJ Gas Tax Spurs 4th Of July Holiday Travel
Author: 0 Demise Of Proposed NJ Gas Tax Spurs 4th Of July Holiday Travel

The gas tax, which had been among the country's lowest, would reach 37.5 cents per gallon. The money raised from the higher gas price would go toward the state's Transportation Trust Fund, which finances road and bridge work, at $2 billion a year over the next eight years - $16 billion in total.

Author: 0 Big rebound: 287000 jobs added in June

The U.S. economy got some good news in June with a variety of sectors seeing strong job growth for the month. Trucking lost 6,300 jobs last month, and that follows downward adjustments to the April and May numbers, according to the latest jobs report from the U.S.

Author: 0 Dallas suspect had bomb-making material

The killings of the black men in Louisiana and Minnesota, both now the subject of official investigations, inflamed tensions about race and justice in the United States. The barrage of gunfire scattered large crowds of people who had come together in what promised to be a peaceful protest. Police told Q13 News they are on alert, but will not stray from their mission.

Author: 0 House Republicans push for new FBI Hillary Clinton investigation

Republican House Speaker Paul Ryan wrote to James Clapper, the Director of National Intelligence, requesting he deny Ms Clinton access to classified information for the duration of the 2016 campaign. That I could establish. A misdemeanor statute requires the mishandling to be intentional, Comey said. Clinton, the presumptive Democratic Party's presidential nominee, shifted the blame onto her former colleagues at the State Department, saying in television interviews she followed their lead on ...

Author: 0 Mets ace Matt Harvey to miss remainder of 2016 season after surgery

Thoracic outlet syndrome creates pressure on blood vessels and cells in the shoulder. In 17 starts this season, the 27-year-old went 4-10 with a 4.86 ERA, a 1.47 WHIP and 76 strikeouts in 92 2/3 innings. "His arm just felt like it was dead", Collins said . Matt Harvey's season is over and he's "relieved" to have a reason for why it was so awful.

Money Nigeria's state oil company warns against panic petrol buying amid union strike
Author: 0 Nigeria's state oil company warns against panic petrol buying amid union strike

NUPENG , Nigerian Union of petroleum and natural gas workers , a sister union of PENGASSAN was present at the botched meeting scheduled to be held yesterday, sparking fears that they may be preparing to partake in the strike. Nigeria Agip Oil Company has not been able to engage the services its partner, Arco, for over three years, resulting in the sack of most of services firm's workers explained General Secretary Okugbawa.

Money Wales' Euro 2016 players return home to heroes' welcome
Author: 0 Wales' Euro 2016 players return home to heroes' welcome

Portugal captain Cristiano Ronaldo said France will be favourites to win the Euro Cup this time , but he still believes his team can cause an upset here on Sunday. He added: " I wished them good luck and as for the rest I would rather not say ". Cristiano Ronaldo played a pivotal role against his club-mate Gareth Bale who played very well for Wales this all tournament.

Money Commodities - Oil Soars as Global Markets Seen to Normalise
Author: 0 Commodities - Oil Soars as Global Markets Seen to Normalise

According to data released by the API in after-market hours on July 6, crude oil inventories declined by 6.7 MMbbls (million barrels) in the last week. Oil prices dropped for a second straight day on Wednesday, as worries over the global economy after the Brexit vote fueled concerns about energy demand.

Money Minnesota governor suggests race played a factor in Philando Castile's death
Author: 0 Minnesota governor suggests race played a factor in Philando Castile's death

Protesters blocked the intersection in front of the Triple S Food Mart, where the shooting took place, asking drivers to honk their horns. (AP Photo/Jim Mone). Reynolds said in her statement that she used Facebook Live to share what was happening because she didn't want the police to be able to influence public opinion by withholding any of the facts.

Money Sarah Palin: Black Lives Matter is a 'farce'
Author: 0 Sarah Palin: Black Lives Matter is a 'farce'

Al Sharpton's National Action Network appeared to strike a critical tone of the movement in a statement that said Sharpton "reaffirms his commitment that the movement must continue but that it must be anti-police misconduct, not anti-police".

Author: 0 Man wrongly identified as Dallas shooter speaks out

A day after five officers were shot to death at a protest march, Dallas authorities said Friday that a man suspected in the slayings had been upset about police shootings of two black men earlier this week and wanted to kill whites, "especially white officers ".

Author: 0 US employment rebounds strongly in June, calming fears of economic slowdown

While Friday's jobs report soundly topped expectations , with the us economy tacking on 287,000 more jobs, May's paltry gains of 38,000 were revised substantially downward , to just 11,000 jobs gained. Job gains are also expected in the construction, retail, and leisure and hospitality sectors. Monthly data can be extremely volatile. Mining continued its decline last month, shedding 6,000 jobs.

Author: 0 Banks try to fight recession as United Kingdom market tumbles — BREXIT

Your current subscription does not provide access to this content. Asked more broadly how the BoE was likely to respond to Brexit, a majority of economists who answered the question thought a combination of lower rates and more asset purchases, or quantitative easing (QE), was likely.

Author: 0 Tony Blair says world is better as a result of Iraq War

The report concluded that George Bush and Blair did not exhaust all the possible options before resorting to military action in Iraq - and that the deaths of possibly hundreds of thousands of civilians were by no means necessary. "What I can not do and will not do, is say I believe we took the wrong decision". In a statement which was twice as long as that delivered by Chilcot, Blair sought to address the full spectrum of criticism leveled at him, saying he accepted total responsibility ...

Author: 0 Muslim man falsely accused of ISIS ties

The Emirati man was detained in OH last week after a hotel clerk called the police to report what she described as a man affiliated to Islamic State talking on his phone in the hotel lobby. The clerk had reportedly complained of "an Arabic man with multiple phones pledging his allegiance to ISIS or something". After confirming that Menhali posed no danger, the policemen let go of the Emirati man, who said he collapsed and needed treatment in hospital.