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Advanced Micro Devices Inc

LLC raised its position in Advanced Micro Devices by 11.4% in the third quarter. Neuberger Berman Group LLC now owns 23,391 shares of the semiconductor manufacturer's stock worth $162,000 after buying an additional 804 shares in the last quarter.

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Azerbaijan downs oil production under OPEC agreement

After rising 8.7% in December to $53.72, crude prices fell 2.3% in January 2017 to $52.81 then rose 2.4% to $54.01 in February 2017. OPEC's November deal, the prospects for its continuation and rosier investment prospects for the industry will dominate the discussions, with state-run producers and Big Oil both positioning themselves for an upturn in the notoriously cyclical business.

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Korea, US hold training to counter NK weapons of mass destruction

The United States still can not effectively counter North Korea's nuclear and missile programs, the newspaper said following a months-long investigation, based on interviews with officials in the Obama and Donald Trump administrations as well as "a review of extensive but obscure public records".

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Sabretooth was originally going to make an appearance in Logan

Wolverine didn't open until 10 p.m., whereas Logan got started at 7 p.m. Logan hadn't even been in release for an entire day, and Fox's weekend estimate of $60 million was looking like it was going to throw way under the actual. The franchise has so far registered $4.4 billion in box office receipts, reports news agency AFP. Even though movie is unlikely to break the Deadpool box office numbers of past year, you never know what the coming weeks will bring.

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Aberdeen explores £11bn Standard Life merger

Standard Life has a market cap of 7.5 billion pounds, with Aberdeen roughly half the size. "The rise of passive funds is clearly an issue". As the bigger firm Standard Life is in the driving seat with its shareholders set to own just over two-thirds of the equity in the combined group.

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Deutsche Bank to restructure, raise $8.5B in capital

The bank will issue 687.5 million new shares later this month and sell a minority stake in its its asset management business, Deutsche Bank CEO John Cryan said Sunday in a note to employees. Deutsche Bank's core capital ratio was 11.9% at the end of 2016. This follows a torrid 18 month period for the German bank, during which it has faced a litany of litigation battles with US and European authorities, thousands of layoffs, deep cuts to its compensation pool and several management ...