The Cubs began the day one game behind shaky Milwaukee for the division lead, with the Cardinals 3 1/2 back of the Brewers. Lester (7-6) had a ideal game until Wainwright singled with two outs in the sixth. While the Cardinals are now 4.5 games back and in fourth place in the tightly contested NL Central, their run differential is actually better than that of the Cubs' (+22 vs.
According to Yun, the current landscape isn't favoring first-time homebuyers, who are increasingly being squeezed out of the housing market, accounting for 32 percent of all existing-home sales. In June, the only region to notch an increase was the Midwest, where sales were up 3.1%. Despite falling mortgage rates, higher prices may make it more hard for first-time buyers to jump into the market.
With this round of funding led by Didi and SoftBank , the company aims to strengthen its market position and also further invest in GrabPay . Tan is confident that the support from DiDi and SoftBank will help Grab become the market leader in the ride-sharing industry, and build Grabpay into becoming the main payment solution in the region.
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The wider Nifty of the National Stock Exchange ( NSE ) rose by 51.15 points, or 0.52 per cent, to close at a fresh high of 9,966.40 points, after it touched a record high of 9,982.05 points during intra-day trade. The surge has occurred after the International Monetary Fund said India's GDP growth may come in at 7.2 per cent in 2017, even as the fund believes global growth outlook is skewed to the downside in medium-term.
Wisconsin's unemployment rate is unchanged for the month of June. But the largest chunk of them are in the lower paying leisure and hospitality sector. (All state series begin in 1976.) Alaska had the highest jobless rate, 6.8 percent, followed by New Mexico, 6.4 percent. "Over-the-year losses were as high as 9,000 in the fall of 2016, which equated to about 2.5 percent".