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Revenue Estimates Analysis Sanchez Energy Corporation (SN)

Revenue Estimates Analysis Sanchez Energy Corporation (SN)

EP Energy Corp reported earnings of $0.19 per share in the same quarter last year, which indicates a negative year over year growth rate of 152.6%. The firm is scheduled to issue its next quarterly earnings report on Monday, May 8th. The short ratio in the company's stock is documented at 10.54 and the short float is around of 9.16%. Sanchez Energy Corp ( NYSE:SN ) traded up 1.232% during midday trading on Friday, hitting $7.805. Read More

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United Settles With Doctor Who Was Dragged Off Flight

United Airlines said Friday, April 21, 2017, that its CEO Munoz won't add the title of chairman in 2018 as planned, as fallout continues from the violent removal of a passenger from a plane this month. Earlier on Thursday, United said it would offer passengers who volunteer to forfeit their seats on overbooked flights up to $10,000 as part of its efforts to fix the damage from the Dao incident. Read More

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Trump's tax plan could cost an estimated $5.5 trillion

Don't fall for Trump's corporate tax giveaway. The standard deduction would double but still their taxes could rise, and the value of their homes sink. But until the details start to be filled in, commentary on both sides of the debate will be more speculative than substantive. But the true effect of this tax cut will depend on how the Trump administration defines a small business owner. Read More

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Housing, economy, leadership feature in final BC election debate

Housing, economy, leadership feature in final BC election debate

In the final stretch to the polls, Clark is trying to keep her Liberal party in power ahead of Horgan's New Democrats, and Andrew Weaver's Green party. Horgan attacked Clark, accusing her of "negligence" and stalling on the housing issue. Weaver went on to say that while Vancouver may be one of the most attractive cities in the world, it also has some of the worst social problems. Read More

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Modi urges Muslims not to politicise triple talaq

Modi urges Muslims not to politicise triple talaq

Senior Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad said no other political party except the BJP and its ideological mentor, the RSS, were trying to politicise the issue. A decision on the legality of triple talaq is round the corner. The AIMPLB is against any "outside interference" on an issue that was described as part of the Sharia, or religious law, and thus a fundamental right. Read More

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Bulls, not Celtics, look like the No. 1 seed

Will the Celtics be able to win on the Bulls' home court for some revenge? Chicago again overwhelmed the Boston Celtics to win Game 2 , 111-97. The Bulls gashed Boston thanks to a well-oiled attack spearheaded by Rondo (11 points, 14 assists), Dwyane Wade (22 points) and Jimmy Butler (22 points, eight rebounds, eight assists). Read More

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Alphabet CEO touts results of corporate restructuring

Alphabet CEO touts results of corporate restructuring

Starting in March, more than 250 YouTube advertisers began boycotting YouTube in response to reports that ads were appearing on the platform alongside offensive or inappropriate content, including white supremacist videos. And Alphabet shares are up more than 23.5% over the past year, and almost 12.5% so far this year. The self-driving auto group has graduated into a new company, dubbed Waymo, but a host of Alphabet executives have departed, including the leaders of smart home technology ... Read More

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Appeals court upholds decision to block Anthem bid for Cigna

Appeals court upholds decision to block Anthem bid for Cigna

After the merger was first blocked, Cigna filed a lawsuit against Anthem seeking at least $14 billion in damages, which is a lot more than the $1.85 billion contractual breakup fee. Concurring with Rogers was U.S. Circuit Judge Patricia Millett, a 2013 selection by President Barack Obama. The decision has pleased some parties, including the American Medical Association. Read More

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Alphabet (GOOGL) Rallies on Q1 Earnings Beat, Solid Ad Sales

Alphabet (GOOGL) Rallies on Q1 Earnings Beat, Solid Ad Sales

Major marketers paused spending recently on Google's YouTube over concern about ads running beside offensive videos, but this probably has little effect on first-quarter because it began less than two weeks before the period ended. The Company holds interests in Google Inc (Google). Kargman pointed out that 80% of digital advertising growth in the market is consumed by revenues going to Google and Facebook. Read More

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US economy expanded at weakest pace in 3 years

US economy expanded at weakest pace in 3 years

Weaker consumer and inventory spending in the first quarter could explain the lower figures, with government spending also serving as a drag on the headline number. Government spending unexpectedly fell for the second time in the previous year. Consumption spending increased to an annual rate of $11.7 trillion, up $9.7 billion from the preceding quarter. Read More

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Amazon's Jeff Bezos makes $4.8 billion in five-minute share surge

Amazon's Jeff Bezos makes $4.8 billion in five-minute share surge

His remarks come amid Amazon's persistent spending in India to outrun Flipkart in the leadership race. The US online retailer claimed gross sales volumes in the Indian market had grown 85% in the first quarter of 2017. One of its key recent investment areas has been the Prime service. In Q1, Amazon seems to have mitigated its shipping cost problem, which dragged down results in the third quarter past year. Read More

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Stephen Colbert makes hay out of 'Justin Trudeau's wood'

Stephen Colbert makes hay out of 'Justin Trudeau's wood'

Prior to that, Colbert spent eight years as a correspondent on Comedy Central's " The Daily Show " as an on-air personality and writer of news satire for the Emmy and Peabody Award-winning series. Could be Spicer catastrophe. "We have to keep a sense of humour about everything we do in public life and Stephen Colbert made sure we kept our sense of humour about this". Read More

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UK Parliament expected to approve snap election

Last month, May formally triggered the two-year procedure for leaving the European Union , setting a March 2019 deadline for departure. Still, the election is unlikely to be a single-issue affair, and May should take comfort from the Labour Party's disarray and lack of a coherent Brexit strategy. Read More

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General Motors profit up 34 percent on US truck, SUV sales

General Motors profit up 34 percent on US truck, SUV sales

Chairman and CEO Mary Barra added: "Our first-quarter results reflect our resolve to grow profitably and demonstrate the strong earnings power of this company". That loss won't be a drag in the future because GM is selling its European Opel and Vauxhall brands to French carmaker PSA Group for roughly $2.33 billion (2.2 billion euros). Read More

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Donald Trump vows to be 'true friend' to NRA

Mike Van Durme, a retired environmental police officer in NY and co-author of a book on hunter safety, said it's been a relief to have a president in the White House who is a gun owner and supportive of gun rights. "We all took an oath to preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States , and that means defending the Second Amendment". Trump has described Handel as "incredible" and criticized Ossoff in Friday's speech, accusing the Democratic candidate of supporting ... Read More

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Trump tax plan provides cuts, many unknowns

President Trump has signed a flurry of executive orders and other statements since his inauguration. He said, "I do", three times. It has evolved over the years and now impacts about 5 million households, majority making between $200,000 and $1 million a year.In 2005, Trump himself paid $36.5 million in taxes, mostly because of the AMT. Read More

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Eurozone inflation rises to target as economy improves

Markets were therefore particularly upbeat as the accompanying Core Inflation rate, which removes volatile items such as food and fuel surged from 0.7% to 1.2%, suggesting that underlying inflation is beginning to show some improvement. The longer-term inflation expectation was left unchanged at 1.8%. Further supporting the dollar today was a stronger-than-expected reading for the Chicago PMI. Read More

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Google parent Alphabet's profit soars on strong ad sales

Alphabet chief financial officer Ruth Porat claimed that the fast-rising advertising revenues enabled Google to channel investment into other activities, especially cloud and hardware. That said , advertising continues to be Google's bread and butter. Ad revenues were $21.4 billion, a 19 percent increase over Q1 2015. Google has begun investing in artificial intelligence to better pinpoint objectionable content. Read More

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Oil prices fall following Libyan oil fields restart

Oil prices fall following Libyan oil fields restart

Oil prices fell on Thursday, weighed down by oversupply, but losses were limited by expectations that major exporters would agree to extend production cuts to try to rebalance the market. The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and Russian Federation have agreed to cut output by 1.8 million bpd in the first half of the year to tighten the market and prop up prices. Read More

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Trump To Sign Bill Expanding Drilling In Arctic, Atlantic Oceans

Trump campaigned on a promise to do away with Obama-era environmental protections that he said were hobbling energy development and undermining USA national security without providing any tangible benefits. Reversing Obama's decision to withdraw most Arctic and some Atlantic waters from drilling has no legal justification . It will likely take years to rewrite federal leasing plans and funding for drilling in places like the arctic may hit snags if new drilling rigs aren't competitive against ... Read More

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How about renegotiating NAFTA as a treaty this time?

In order to renegotiate the trade deal, Trump must notify Congress. President Donald Trump said he's a nationalist and a globalist. "They asked me to renegotiate - I will". JOHN YANG: While the president said negotiations are starting today, in fact, the United States has to give legal notice of its intent to renegotiate. Read More

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Trade war looms after USA tariffs and Trump's attack on Canada

Canada is ready to play hard ball with President Trump. Softwood trade has always been an irritant between the two nations and was expected to flare up again after a deal that limited Canada's share of the USA market expired in 2015. She also argued that since much of the Canadian lumber goes towards building homes in the U.S., the tariffs would cause home prices to go up $3,000 to $4,000. Read More

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Analysts Set Cenovus Energy Inc (CVE) PT at $20.82

Analysts Set Cenovus Energy Inc (CVE) PT at $20.82

One research analyst has rated the stock with a sell rating, three have given a hold rating and six have given a buy rating to the stock. In the last quarter, insiders have bought 18,400 shares of company stock valued at $256,868. JP Morgan Maintains Cenovus Energy Inc. If you are viewing this piece of content on another domain, it was illegally copied and reposted in violation of US & worldwide trademark & copyright law. Read More

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ADMIRAL: The North Korea crisis is the worst I've ever seen

Highlights for U. S. President Donald Trump's administration on Thursday: NORTH KOREA China welcomes an apparently softer tone by the United States on the North Korean nuclear and missile crisis, but stresses its opposition to a U. Mr Tillerson is due to chair a UN Security Council foreign ministers meeting on Friday, where he will lobby for existing sanctions against North Korea to be fully implemented to "increase the pressure on the regime", he said. Read More

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US economy likely barely grew in first quarter: Atlanta Fed

Inflation will continue to squeeze the consumer but the outlook for manufacturing and exports has brightened. The economy grew at a 2.1 percent pace in the fourth quarter. The main drag came from the hotels, restaurants and distributions sector, which fell by 0.5%, as increasing prices from rising inflation applied the brakes to retail trade and accommodation services growth. Read More

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New scrutiny of timeline after Arkansas executes 4th inmate

But while Greenwood isn't able to speak to her dad one last time, she wanted to give Kenneth Williams' daughter that chance. He killed Boren, stole guns and Boren's truck and then drove away to Missouri. Two of the men died in a double execution Monday, the nation's first since 2000. Prison officials carried out the first of the scheduled executions last Thursday and put two more to death in a rare double execution, the first in the US since 2000, on Monday. Read More

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