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Trump's explanation for not shaking Angela Merkel's hand is really dumb

Sources told the Times of London that Trump asked Merkel 11 times if he could negotiate a trade deal between the USA and Germany before he finally understood that the deal had to be negotiated through the European Union and not its individual member countries.

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Iranian oil price hikes 99 cents per barrel in a week

Brent for June settlement declined 20 cents to $51.76 a barrel on the London-based ICE Futures Europe exchange. This, and an expected fall in Iranian production lent markets some support on Monday, traders said. Mr Begg said that market fears had been "somewhat counterbalanced" by the comments from Kuwait and Saudi energy ministers this morning. But rising USA drilling and production has tempered the bullish sentiment, with investors cutting bullish bets on rising ICE Brent crude futures ...

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Speeding drivers warned over tougher sentences and higher fines

Those caught doing 41mph in a 20mph zone, 51mph in a 30mph zone or 66mph in a 40mph zone could be fined up to 150 per cent of their weekly income. In the United Kingdom they have just introduced a tough new regime that will see speeding motorists fined up to 150 per cent of their take home pay.

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Rockwell Collins Inc. (COL) has current market capitalization of $12.63 Billion

The share price of Rockwell Collins, Inc. (NYSE:COL) is performing 6.08%. Revenue rose 2.4 percent to $1.34 billion. Rockwell gave a full-year profit forecast of $4.50 to $4.70 per share, reflecting the B/E acquisition. On 11/2/2015 Rockwell Collins announced a quarterly dividend of $0.33 1.5% with an ex dividend date of 11/12/2015 which will be payable on 12/7/2015.

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TN farmers call-off protest after Palaniswami's assurance

The farmers have been grabbing headlines for their unique and sometimes freaky methods of protest since they arrived in Delhi over 38 days ago. They are 40 days into their protest at Jantar Mantar now and have said that the central government has not accepted their demands of drought relief.

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US existing home sales surge 4.4 percent in March

Single-family existing-home sales came in at 5.08 million in March, a 4.3 percent increase from 4.87 million in February and a 6.1 percent increase from 4.79 million one year prior. Sales of previously-owned homes churned higher in March as sturdy demand for housing bolsters the market. Economists have been predicting a "spring revival" since the beginning of the year thanks to hearty buyers who refuse to let low inventory keep them from finding the ideal home.


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