CBC News reported last week that customers of Toronto-Dominion Bank were moved to higher-fee accounts or had their overdraft and credit card limits increased without their knowledge. There are signs that USA oil production will continue to grow. Given a bit more time, the world's bloated oil inventories will decline as production cuts by the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries and Russian Federation take effect, while fuel consumption remains strong, the banks predict.
Advertisers are unhappy that their ads have been placed next to extremist content and hate speech, and Google says it will improve the controls advertisers have over ad placement. Google, which has been attacked by MPs for not doing more to curb online hate speech, said it would review controls. Last month, the ministry identified 17 YouTube videos with content it said distorted historical facts, incited national hatred or was pornographic and would be illegal in Vietnam.
Tammy Duckworth, D-Ill., arrive at the Senate chamber on Capitol Hill in Washington , Wednesday, March, 15, 2017, for a vote to confirm former Indiana Sen. "Members of the House don't want to be BTUed on health care", Dent said. It seemed clear that GOP leaders remained short of the 216 votes they'll need, and additional changes were in the works.
Mumbai: Frustrated with Shiv Sena's pressure tactics for waiver of loan of farmers, chief minister Devendra Fadnavis has given ultimatum to Sena to withdraw their protest or he will tender his resignation. If the Opposition parties are clamouring the farm loan waiver, it is because that they want to help the district co-operative banks run by them which are involved in irregularities.
They set a "buy" rating and a $40.00 price objective on the stock. Brean Capital restated a "buy" rating on shares of Intel in a research report on Tuesday, December 13th. The 52-week range of the share price is from $7.41 - $13.59. This represents a $1.04 dividend on an annualized basis and a dividend yield of 2.96%. Intel Corp.
At first glance, the data looked like good news for the agreement the cartel made with some major non-OPEC producers late past year that would trim overall production by roughly 1.8 million barrels a day. It had been hailed as the de facto end to a two-year price war that had pushed crude from over $100 a barrel to under $30 at its low point a year ago.