Sales of pricier household goods such as electrical appliances and hardware contracted year-on-year for the first time since May 2014. The ONS said Wednesday the number of people claiming out-of-work benefits rose in August, by 2,400, the second monthly increase in a row.
Clinton, following her doctor's advice to rest and modify her schedule this week, canceled her plans to campaign on the West Coast and has remained at home in Chappaqua, New York, since Sunday. Mr Trump later said she was "lying in bed, getting better". She also described a sinus and ear infection earlier this year. But, in a seeming admission that the former secretary of state is struggling against her unconventional rival, Ms Palmieri admitted that Mrs Clinton's policy proposals were ...
The Reliance organization aim is to develop its network services all over India and support enormous target customers national broad. While Reliance has announced 7 impressive plans, a few have been left out by the service provider, but the same are listed on the official Jio website.
This weekend also saw the release of When the Bough Breaks as it brought in $15 million on its $10 million budget as a standard thriller piece. Chesley Sullenberger and is directed by Clint Eastwood , came in first place at the box office in its opening weekend and some of its success is being attributed to its ability to attract older moviegoers, a notable difference when compared with the many recent failed summer blockbusters.
The supersized smartphone received great reviews in the first few days but things haven't gone well for the company. Samsung stopped all sales of the Galaxy Note 7 , so did third-party retailers and carriers from around world, except China, which had a different battery supplier.
Only 2 percent said they were switching full-timers to part time to make them ineligible. These shifts effectively reduced the average premium increase by half a percentage point in each of the past two years, the analysis shows. A separate study released earlier this week found a markedly different pattern of health care use between people on high-deductible plans, compared with traditional plans.