Author: 0 Samsung Reveals Galaxy Note 7 Exchange Program Following Recall

Samsung has said China is not affected by the sales suspension, because it used a battery made by another supplier for the Note 7 sold there. Vodafone Fiji has also stated that it will provide a refund or replacement Samsung device of the same value selected by customers who bought a Samsung Galaxy Note 7.

Author: 0 Major insurer in Maricopa County defects from ACA exchange

Premiums range from $399 per month to more than $600. "That's not what I'm trying to say here", he said . The state regulators didn't just reduce large increases. "That's really, really asking a lot", says John Holahan, a fellow at the Urban Institute's Health Policy Center. "It's the unaffordable care act". But the fine details of what plans and coverage will be available to Ohioans won't be known for sure until Obamacare open enrollment starts November 1, Keck said.

Money Stocks cheer potential dovish Fed; dollar gains
Author: 0 Stocks cheer potential dovish Fed; dollar gains

Treasury yields on longer-dated maturities rose on Friday, with shorter-dated yields flat, after a weaker-than-expected U.S. non-farm payrolls report that suggested the Federal Reserve was unlikely to raise U.S. Two-year notes were last little changed in price to yield 0.786 percent. The Dow Jones industrial average closed up 72.66 points, or 0.39 per cent, at 18,491.96.

Author: 0 Ireland to fight European Commission over Apple tax bill

The EU case against Ireland and Apple's cosy tax deal is now being watched by other governments. A decision, made on Friday (local time) was made despite misgivings among independents who back the fragile coalition. Some Irish voters are astounded that the government might turn down a tax windfall equivalent to what it spent previous year funding the struggling health service, and the left-wing Sinn Fein party has led attacks from the opposition.

Author: 0 India's manufacturing growth surges to 13-month high in August

The index was up from July's figures of 45.9, its lowest for seven years. Britain's construction industry bounced back from the slump it recorded immediately after the European Union referendum vote but still failed to grow for the third month running in August.

Money Wynn Resorts, Limited (NASDAQ:WYNN) Quarterly growth Review
Author: 0 Wynn Resorts, Limited (NASDAQ:WYNN) Quarterly growth Review

A number of FactSet analysts shared their views about the current stock momentum. 5 of the brokerages firms have a buy or better rating; the 0 sells versus 2 underperforms. The stock has a consensus analyst price target of $25.62for twelve month. The PEG ratio is used to determine a stock's value while taking the company's earnings growth into account, and is considered to provide a more complete picture than the P/E ratio.

Money Fed Chair Cites Stronger Case for Rate Hike
Author: 0 Fed Chair Cites Stronger Case for Rate Hike

But most of the gains were pared as Fed Vice Chair Stanley Fischer reinforced the message that the US economy has strengthened. She also noted that while inflation is still running below the Fed's 2% target, it's being depressed mainly by temporary factors.

Money Trudeau hails new era of China-Canada ties on Beijing visit
Author: 0 Trudeau hails new era of China-Canada ties on Beijing visit

Trudeau and Chinese Premier Li Keqiang agreed to annual meetings and the eventual establishment of a mechanism to discuss national security and rule of law. Trudeau's father Pierre, who also served as Canada's prime minister, also appeared in a Marvel comic released back in 1979. On Tuesday, Trudeau hinted that Canada's application had been in the works.

Author: 0 Canada's ambassador to China says some human rights moving backwards

Li said the two countries had witnessed deepening relations in such areas as politics, trade, culture and people-to-people exchanges since the establishment of diplomatic relations 46 years ago. The tougher restrictions coming from China, Canada's largest canola buyer, will mean grain traders will have to pass on the higher processing costs to farmers, said Rick White, CEO of the Canadian Canola Growers Association.

Author: 0 Epipen Makers Offering Discount Following Outcry Over Price Hike

The rest of the $608 price goes to entities that stand between the drugmaker and the patient, like insurers, pharmacy benefits managers, wholesalers and drugstores. "There are kids dying and she wants to give us a coupon? Today I heard Mylan's initial response, and I am sure Mylan will have a more comprehensive and formal response to those questions", Manchin said in a prepared statement .

Author: 0 French government wants EU to stop trade talks with US

She said there were other secret and controversial trade talks in the wings, including an Asian version of the TPP, and the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP), that would favour corporate at the expense of workers, consumers and governments.

Author: 0 Saudi Arabia: We won't boost production ahead of OPEC meeting

Oil rose yesterday after dropping the most in a month as Saudi Arabia said it will not boost output to capacity and flood a market that is contending with a global inventory overhang of crude and fuel supplies. Oil capped a monthly advance as OPEC's planned talks fan speculation it could reach an accord on output. The Kingdom produced 10.308 million barrels per day of oil in June compared to 10.242 million barrels per day in May, according to OPEC's latest estimates.

Author: 0 Tim Cook: Apple could move billions back to US next year

The BBC has looked at some of Mr Cook's key claims to see if they were fair. Apple says it paid $400 million in taxes in Ireland in 2014, and another $400 million to the U.S. Apple has always been about doing the right thing. While Ireland is phasing out some corporation-friendly rules, "companies will continue to come up with ways to pay less taxes in other countries until all countries across the world can agree on corporate tax rules", said Lisa De Simone, assistant professor of ...

Money Pending US home sales strengthened in July
Author: 0 Pending US home sales strengthened in July

Pending home sales in July reached their second highest reading in a decade, as a solid jobs market and low mortgage rates underpin demand. Pending sales contracts are a barometer of future purchases. A sale is listed as pending when the contract has been signed but the transaction has not closed, though the sale usually is finalized within one or two months of signing.

Money TV photographer rescues woman from burning vehicle
Author: 0 TV photographer rescues woman from burning vehicle

He stopped and ran to the burning auto to get the woman out. Perry stopped his news vehicle, carried the woman out of the sports auto - which caught fire - and gently set her down on the pavement. Meanwhile, reporter Brittany Weiss with grabbed a camera and recorded the whole thing. She is stable and out of the emergency room and was admitted into another unit of the hospital.

Money [Ticker] Euro area annual inflation unchanged at 0.2% in August
Author: 0 [Ticker] Euro area annual inflation unchanged at 0.2% in August

Market estimates had been for 0.3% growth in August. Most economists expect only small changes, including slightly slower growth, primarily due to the impact of Britain's expected departure from the European Union. "Weaker core inflation, especially against a backdrop of increased uncertainty caused by the Brexit vote, heightens the pressure on the European Central Bank to loosen monetary policy further at next week's meeting", economists at Fathom Consulting said in a note sent to clients.

Money Potash, Agrium Are In Merger Talks As Farmers Cut Fertilizer Spending
Author: 0 Potash, Agrium Are In Merger Talks As Farmers Cut Fertilizer Spending

Wall successfully argued against the Australian firm BHP Billiton's (NYSE:BHP) proposed takeover of Potash Corp .in 2010, saying there was no net benefit to Canada. The Company also has four phosphate feed plants in the United States and produce phosphoric acid at its Geismar, Louisiana facility. Merging with Agrium would give Potash a direct channel to US farmers through Agrium's retail stores, which as of May accounted for 17 percent of the USA market.

Money EU Commission: Apple ordered to pay €13bn in tax benefits
Author: 0 EU Commission: Apple ordered to pay €13bn in tax benefits

The Commission said it treated all companies equally. Ireland has been ordered by the European Commission to recover €13 billion ($14.5 billion) from Apple in back taxes. A bill of 300 million euros this year for Swedish engineer Atlas Copco AB to pay Belgian tax is the current known record. Should the European Commission chase companies that build complicated schemes to lower their effective tax rates in Europe? Both companies have appealed the decisions.

Money Five dead in Somalia hotel attack
Author: 0 Five dead in Somalia hotel attack

Huge clouds of smoke were seen over the capital and gunfire was heard. According to police source, a auto bomb linked to Al Shabaab terrorist group has killed five military men outside the president's palace at Mogadishu , Somalia's capital and seriously destroyed two nearby hotels.

Money Gas prices on the rise ahead of holiday weekend
Author: 0 Gas prices on the rise ahead of holiday weekend

Drivers woke up Monday to find prices at the $2 mark for the first time since early July. Chicago is the highest at $2.67 per gallon. The Dearborn-based auto club says the average price for self-serve regular unleaded gasoline was about $2.39 per gallon on Sunday.

Money EBay urges sellers to write to Trudeau over Canada Post dispute
Author: 0 EBay urges sellers to write to Trudeau over Canada Post dispute

It looks like mail service won't grind to a halt, even if postal workers and Canada Post fail to come to terms in protracted negotiations tonight. Cran adds Canada Post and the Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) aren't doing themselves any favours by keeping their customers uncertain.

Money Chinese envoy weighs in on canola dispute
Author: 0 Chinese envoy weighs in on canola dispute

One potential move would be to coax Canada into joining the China-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, an entity the US has declined to be part of. The detention of Canadian citizen Kevin Garratt in 2014 on espionage charges also looms over the visit. With China being one of the biggest markets for Canada's canola seed exports, Trudeau is under huge pressure to resolve the issue well before the deadline.

Money German economy minister says EU-US trade talks have failed
Author: 0 German economy minister says EU-US trade talks have failed

Authorities said that almost 1.1 million asylum seekers arrived a year ago in Germany, putting enormous strain on the country's bureaucracy to process claims and testing confidence in Chancellor Angela Merkel's right-left coalition government.

Author: 0 Clinton could face mounting problem with health overhaul

If Democrat Hillary Clinton goes to the White House, it gets very hard for Republicans to keep a straight face about repealing "Obamacare". But how much Clinton could do depends on finding willing partners in Congress and among Republican governors, a real political challenge.

Money Yellen suggests rate hike is coming but offers no timetable
Author: 0 Yellen suggests rate hike is coming but offers no timetable

However, Yellen stressed that the economic outlook remains uncertain and as a outcome monetary policy is subject to change. But others said December remains in their view the more likely time for a resumption of rate increases. "Investors are pulling funds from what now seems to be one of the most politically-sensitive industries in the run up to the USA presidential election", CMC's Lawler said in a note.

Money Two Manitoba First Nations men to talk about being switched at birth
Author: 0 Two Manitoba First Nations men to talk about being switched at birth

In a similar case last November, Luke Monias and Norman Barkman from Garden Hill First Nation - both born five months before Mr Swanson and Mr Tait - also learned from DNA testing that they were switched at birth. We have siblings that are hurt by this ", Eric Robinson added. Norway House First Nation has resumed calls for an inquiry. Complicating the already insane situation is that the hospital serves a remote indigenous reserve in northern Manitoba, which has led many Canadian ...

Money Calls grow for US government to spend more
Author: 0 Calls grow for US government to spend more

The Dow Jones industrial average fell 96.46 points, or 0.52 percent, to 18,351.95, the S&P 500 lost 9.94 points, or 0.46 percent, to 2,162.53 and the Nasdaq Composite dropped 15.75 points, or 0.3 percent, to 5,196.46. "I think Stanley Fischer is trying to keep the market honest and his comments regarding September being on the table and two rate increases still a possibility are a great example of what is "technically true" versus what is a likely outcome", said Chris Zaccarelli, chief ...

Money Hillary Clinton in White Plains for classified briefing
Author: 0 Hillary Clinton in White Plains for classified briefing

Flynn. Hillary Clinton on Saturday received her first national intelligence briefing since becoming the Democratic presidential nominee, during a session that an aide said lasted about two hours at an Federal Bureau of Investigation field office not far from her home in Chappaqua, N.Y.

Author: 0 Gold Prices Halve Weekly Loss as Case for Rate Hikes 'Strengthens'

Instead, she stressed, as she frequently has, that the Fed's rate decisions will depend on whether the freshest economic data continues to confirm its outlook. Yellen said the Fed already thinks it is close to meeting its goals of maximum employment and stable prices, and she described consumer spending as "solid" while noting business investment was weak and exports had been hurt by a strong U.S.

Author: 0 Janet Yellen says Fed rate hike odds have 'strengthened'

Others say they foresee no action until after the election in December at the earliest. And that all depends on the data - well, we understood this after chair Yellen pounded that theme now for months and months. Diane Swonk of DS Economics suggested that one reason USA stock averages set highs so soon after Britain's June vote to leave the European Union escalated global economic fears is a belief that the Fed will leave rates alone until perhaps year's end.

Author: 0 Channel highway reopens day after bridge collapse

A pedestrian bridge collapsed onto a United Kingdom motorway on one of the busiest travel days of the year. South East Coast Ambulance Service tweeted: "On scene of an RTC on the M20 j4 following bridge collapse". "There are quite a lot of people just walking around the motorway not knowing what is going on". 'The side I'm on, the bridge is still hanging, and obviously the traffic has been stopped.