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25 мая, 18:55

Top Ranked Income Stocks to Buy for May 25th

Top Ranked Income Stocks to Buy for May 25th

25 мая, 17:42

Топ быстрорастущих IT-компаний по версии Forbes

Ритейлер Amazon.com Джеффа Безоса расположился на 19-м месте со средним ростом продаж за три года в 22%. Замыкает рейтинг владелец поискового гиганта Google — компания Alphabet. Под руководством основателя поисковика и главного исполнительного директора Alphabet ее продажи в среднем выросли за три года на 14%.

25 мая, 16:10

Топ быстрорастущих IT-компаний по версии Forbes

Forbes назвал самые быстрорастущие технологические компании. В рейтинг вошли ведущие публичные технические компании, показавшие стремительный рост продаж в последние три года в сочетании с прогнозируемым ростом доходов в ближайшие три-пять лет.

25 мая, 16:10

Топ быстрорастущих IT-компаний по версии Forbes

Forbes назвал самые быстрорастущие технологические компании. В рейтинг вошли ведущие публичные технические компании, показавшие стремительный рост продаж в последние три года в сочетании с прогнозируемым ростом доходов в ближайшие три-пять лет.

25 мая, 11:20

Beijing protests US Navy patrol through South China Sea

China protested a U.S. Navy patrol that sent a guided missile destroyer near a group of man-made islands in the South China Sea on Thursday, in the first American challenge to Beijing’s claims to the waters since President Donald Trump took office.

24 мая, 16:18

Here's Why You Should Retain Chubb (CB) Stock Right Now

Shares of Chubb Limited (CB) gained 2.55% since the release of first-quarter 2017 results, outperforming the Zacks categorized Property and Casualty Insurance industry's decline of 0.79%.

23 мая, 14:43

Top Ranked Income Stocks to Buy for May 23rd

Top Ranked Income Stocks to Buy for May 23rd

21 мая, 20:28

Trump's Speech on Islam, Annotated

In an address full of religious references, the American president avoided the phrase "radical Islamic terrorism."

21 мая, 20:28

Trump's Speech on Islam, Annotated

In an address full of religious references, the American president avoided the phrase "radical Islamic terrorism."

21 мая, 08:46

Keys to the Kingdom: Trump visits Saudi Arabia first, signs $380bn deal

Donald Trump's received a lavish, royal welcome in Saudi Arabia, where he's kicking off his first foreign tour as U.S. president. Trump's signed a number of defence and business deals totalling in excess of $380bn, including an arms deal worth $110bn. Trump is the first American president to make Saudi Arabia, or any Muslim-majority country, his inaugural stop overseas and he's pleased with his progress so far. READ MORE: https://on.rt.com/8c79 RT LIVE http://rt.com/on-air Subscribe to RT! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=RussiaToday Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/RTnews Follow us on Twitter http://twitter.com/RT_com Follow us on Instagram http://instagram.com/rt Follow us on Google+ http://plus.google.com/+RT Listen to us on Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/rttv RT (Russia Today) is a global news network broadcasting from Moscow and Washington studios. RT is the first news channel to break the 1 billion YouTube views benchmark.

17 мая, 16:50

Travelers' (TRV) Senior Notes Rated by A.M. Best, Moody's

The Travelers Companies, Inc.'s (TRV) recently issued senior unsecured notes received ratings from A.M. Best, Moody's Investor Service.

17 мая, 15:46

Increased Earnings Estimates Seen for First American Financial (FAF): Can It Move Higher?

First American Financial (FAF) is a financial service provider that could be an interesting play for investors.

17 мая, 03:07

Trump and the Art of Dealing with Israel

Dov S. Zakheim Politics, Middle East Trump initially led Israel to believe that he wasn't interested in a two-state solution. Now, the president has changed his mind. Donald Trump’s electoral victory delighted the vast majority of Israelis. Whereas they viewed Barack Obama as indifferent to their country’s vital concerns virtually from the outset of his tenure, they took Trump’s campaign rhetoric literally and viewed him as a true friend of the Jewish state. Israel’s settler movement, and its supporters on the state’s political Right were especially delighted. It was almost as if their dream had come true when Trump became the first American president who refused to commit to a two-state solution to the conflict with the Palestinians. As he stated just a few weeks into his presidency, “I’m looking at two-state and one-state, and I like the one that both parties like . . . If Israel and the Palestinians are happy, I’m happy with the one they like the best.” Trump issued his statement as he was meeting with Benjamin Netanyahu. It certainly pleased the hard-line Israeli prime minister, whose support for a two-state solution has never been much more than lukewarm. Indeed, the atmosphere in that White House meeting could hardly have been more different from the tension-filled confrontations that Netanyahu had with Trump’s predecessor. The fact that the president “suggested” to Netanyahu to go easy on settlement construction was glossed over by the prime minister’s backers. Instead, the settlers’ joy, in particular, only grew with Trump’s appointment and the subsequent Senate confirmation of David Friedman as America’s new ambassador to the Jewish state. Friedman was well-known in settler circles as one of their strongest supporters, having been particularly active in the development of the West Bank town of Beit El. In addition, Mr. Trump announced that he intended to move the American embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, and—unlike his predecessors who made similar campaign commitments—seemed determined to carry it through. Finally, the fact that the president had chosen his son-in-law, Jared Kushner, a long-time supporter of Israel with virtually no prior contact with Arab leaders, to oversee a new Israeli-Palestinian peace process further reinforced Israeli optimism about where that process might actually lead. Read full article

17 мая, 00:00

What Trump Can Expect on His Tour of the Middle East

Robin Wright, The New YorkerIn 1974, Richard Nixon became the first American President to visit Saudi Arabia and Israel—as well as Syria—on a swing intended to chalk up triumphs abroad and, more pointedly, to divert attention from the escalating Watergate crisis at home. It was a reassuring trip for the beleaguered President. He promoted a new peace process and talked up a regional realignment to stabilize the Middle East after the 1973 war. Leaders fêted him. Flag-waving crowds lined the streets, even in Damascus.

15 мая, 17:31

Progressive Corp Rewards Investors with New Buyback Plan

The board of directors of The Progressive Corporation (PGR) approved the company to buyback 25 million shares.

13 мая, 14:06

Book Bits | 13 May 2017

● Cents and Sensibility: What Economics Can Learn from the Humanities By Gary Saul Morson and Morton Schapiro Summary via publisher (Princeton University Press) Economists often act as if their methods explain all human behavior. But in Cents and Sensibility, an eminent literary critic and a leading economist make the case that the humanities, especially […]

09 мая, 14:20

Top Ranked Income Stocks to Buy for May 9th

Top Ranked Income Stocks to Buy for May 9th

08 мая, 19:07

Maxine Waters Presents 'Best Fight Against The System' MTV Award To Taraji P. Henson

Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Ca.) was greeted with a standing ovation when she walked onstage at the MTV Movie & TV Awards on Sunday. The congresswoman ― who has drummed up strong support among millennials over the past few months for her activism ― was introduced by actress Tracee Ellis Ross, who took a moment to thank Waters for speaking out against hate in America.  “Thank you for your work, thank you for your voice and how you use it and thank you for being an extraordinary example for all of us, especially in these times,” Ross said as she stood beside Waters onstage.  Together, Ross and Waters presented the night’s Best Fight Against the System award, with the politician reminding the audience that everyone has a role in making society better.  “Artists, actors, singers and citizens have a unique opportunity, the ability to speak out and inspire change,” Waters said. “Honest and well-told stories lead to important discussions, they lead to understanding and they lead to changed nations,” Ross added. The two women announced Taraji P. Henson as the winner for her role in the blockbuster film “Hidden Figures.” Henson starred in the movie with Octavia Spencer and Janelle Monae, bringing widespread recognition to three brilliant black women who worked at NASA and helped put the first American into orbit.  “No one ever told me that girls couldn’t do math and science, but there was an understanding, right?” Henson said as she accepted her award. “There was an understanding that it was for boys. I remember getting this script [and] being very upset because I felt like a dream was stolen from me, and it became my mission, and everyone’s mission who was involved with this film, to dispel that myth, that another young girl would not grow up thinking that her mind wasn’t capable of grasping math and science.” Henson left the crowd with one last important thought.  “The message of the movie is togetherness,” Henson said. “I hate the separateness. I hate that it’s man versus woman, black versus white, gay versus straight. Whatever. We’re all humans, right?”  -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

06 мая, 00:39

The Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: Weekend at Bedminster

President Trump will spend the weekend at his golf club in Bedminster, New Jersey

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05 мая, 15:36

U.S. Navy SEAL killed in Somalia raid on militant compound

WASHINGTON/MOGADISHU (Reuters) - A U.S. Navy SEAL was killed and two troops wounded in a raid on an al Shabaab militant compound in Somalia, U.S. officials said on Friday, in what appeared to be the first U.S. combat death in the African country since the 1993 "Black Hawk Down" disaster.

25 сентября 2012, 15:11

The Zero Deficit Line in 2012

Now that the U.S. Census has released its newest estimate of median household income in the United States, it's time to consider where the U.S. federal government spending per U.S. household stands with respect to the Zero Deficit Line, which is the amount of spending that the typical American household can actually afford. The chart below shows those two measures for each year since 1967, when the Census first began reporting its median household income figure: Looking at the chart, we see that for the third year in a row, the amount of U.S. federal government spending per household is hovering just below $30,000 per U.S. household. Our tool below will reveal how much spending can actually be supported by the typical American household given its annual income of $50,054 (or whatever median household income level you might choose to enter!) Median Household Income Data Input Data Values Median Household Income How Much Federal Spending Per Household Can the U.S. Really Afford? Estimated Results Values Federal Spending per U.S. Household Using our tool, we find that in reality, the typical American household can only afford to have the federal government spend no more than $21,059. On a side note, do you remember the old Warner Brothers' Road Runner cartoons? The ones where Wile E. Coyote would be chasing after the bird, then suddenly find himself suspended in mid-air beyond the edge of a cliff, until he looked down and finally crashed back to earth? The level of federal spending per household since 2008 and the lack of meaningful growth in the incomes of U.S. households under President Obama, combined with all the talk these days of the approaching "fiscal cliff" suggests that there is one giant "splat" sound in the near future for the U.S.