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The Coca-Cola Company (KO ) closed its previous trading session at $45.59 with the loss of -0.33%. Looking at the other side of the coin, CCE traded as low as $30.55 in the past 52 weeks, and since then the shares have risen 43.21% or $13.2.
  • Bombay HC sets Rs. 37392 Cr for Sahara's Aamby Valley-public auction

    Bombay HC sets Rs. 37392 Cr for Sahara's Aamby Valley-public auction

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    The city has several amenities such as golf course, airport, hospital, adventure sports, retail, entertainment, global school and hospitality. According to the notices issued in newspapers the official liquidator of the court has set a reserve price of Rs 37,392 crore for the lease of properties of the Aamby Valley City in Lonavala .
  • SF, CA Sue Trump Administration Over Sanctuary City Threats

    SF, CA Sue Trump Administration Over Sanctuary City Threats

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    San Francisco had already filed a lawsuit that blocked a provision of President Trump's executive order that would have cut federal funds from sanctuary jurisdictions. The "Setting the Record Straight on Local Involvement in Federal Civil Immigration Enforcement: The Facts and The Laws", report outlines how the experience of many local law enforcement agencies has led them to conclude that public safety is better served by focusing their time and resources on combatting and apprehending ...
  • Trump warning over North Korea hits markets

    Trump warning over North Korea hits markets

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    Weaker-than-expected July consumer price data led investors to bet that benign inflation would keep the U.S. Federal Reserve from raising rates again this year. The U.S. equity market is hovering near record levels and volume has been tepid following the onset of summer. While the Russell 2000 index (.RUT) ended up 0.1 percent on the day, it was more than 5 percent below its July 25 record close and for the week it fell 2.7 percent, its biggest weekly drop since February 2016.
  • Ryanair Calls For Airport Alcohol Ban And

    Ryanair Calls For Airport Alcohol Ban And "Two-Drink Limit"

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    Former cabin crew manager Ally Murphy says she quit her job last October after 14 years because of the behaviour of passengers. "People just see us as barmaids in the sky". Ryanair noted that the UK's Civil Aviation Authority reported a sevenfold increase in disruptive passenger incidents in the United Kingdom between 2012 and 2016, with most involving alchohol.
  • Aldi Will Test Home Delivery Through Instacart In Three Cities

    Aldi Will Test Home Delivery Through Instacart In Three Cities

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    The on-demand grocery delivery service will begin delivering Aldi products to the doorsteps of customers in Atlanta, Dallas and Los Angeles later this month. Aldi's decision comes during a time when supermarket chains across the US are having a price war. Founded in San Francisco in 2012, Instacart has quickly scaled to over 100 markets nationwide and partnered with retailers across the United States, including popular national chains as well as local, regional grocers.
  • Dollar slumps, Tokyo tanks as North Korea tensions spike

    Dollar slumps, Tokyo tanks as North Korea tensions spike

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    Disappointing economic data releases weighed on both sides of the Atlantic today with a negative goods trade balance for the United Kingdom (-0.1% versus expectations of 1.4%), higher unemployment claims from the U.S. Emerging market stocks lost 1.27 percent. South Korea's KOSPI fell 1.4 percent, taking its losses this week to almost 3 percent. U.S. PPI came in at -0.1%, below the 0.1% forecast and previous read.
  • The bridge is over: London's Garden Bridge trust concedes defeat

    The bridge is over: London's Garden Bridge trust concedes defeat

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    She added that with current pressures on public spending, "it is hard to justify further public investment in the Garden Bridge". Focus will turn to Mr Johnson, who gave the project the green light. We had made great progress obtaining planning permission, satisfying most of our planning conditions and we had raised £70m of private money towards the project.
  • VF Corp. to merge with maker of Dickies work clothing

    VF Corp. to merge with maker of Dickies work clothing

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    VF Corporation to expand its workwear portfolio with the acquisition of chief competitor Williamson-Dickie. The deal is expected to close early in the fourth quarter. Williamson-Dickie also operates manufacturing plants in Mexico and Honduras. The company expects revenue to be up 3.5% to $11.85 billion, including $200 million from Williamson-Dickie.
  • MI win could have lasting impact for Larson

    MI win could have lasting impact for Larson

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    It was Larson's fourth career Cup victory and ended a mini-slump in which he had finished out of the top 20 in three straight races . The win also extends Republic FC's unbeaten streak to seven straight. Kyle's an unbelievable talent. "It's just my screw-up gave him the win basically". "Let's bring him back to win here in MI, and then I want all you fans in Knoxville to be turning your TVs on NASCAR on Sunday ".
  • Market Now: Nifty Metal snaps 3-day losing run; gains over 3%

    Market Now: Nifty Metal snaps 3-day losing run; gains over 3%

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    Key Indian equity indices- BSE Sensex and NSE Nifty opened in green on Monday after snapping their 5-week winning streak by tumbling 1,112 points and 356 points respectively last week. The Nifty Metal index was trading 3.27 per cent up at 3,322 around 1.15 pm ( IST ) with only Ratnamani Metals & Tubes (down 1.62 per cent) and APL Apollo Tubes (down 1.23 per cent) trading in red.
  • Uber expands its in-app tipping option to the UK

    Uber expands its in-app tipping option to the UK

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    Drivers have long asked for an an option to let passengers tip them in the app, but the Californian transportation firm previously refused. Jo Bertram, the company's United Kingdom regional general manager, said: "Drivers' time is valuable and every minute spent waiting for a rider means less time driving and making money".
  • Eight years after attack, Sri Lanka set to tour Pakistan

    Eight years after attack, Sri Lanka set to tour Pakistan

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    The Sri Lankan board statement also quoted recently elected Pakistan Cricket Board chief Najam Sethi saying that they had set up state-of-the-art security and surveillance to combat crime and make their cities safe. I am grateful for his decision to support our efforts to bring global cricket back to Pakistan. Pakistan, a cricket loving nation has not seen worldwide team showcasing their skills in its grounds ever since a bus carrying the same Sri Lankan team came under drive-by ambush near ...
  • Egypt train collision kills 44, injures almost 180

    Egypt train collision kills 44, injures almost 180

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    Several employees of the Egyptian Railways Authority, including two senior operation managers and two watch tower observers, are understood to have been suspended. They crashed a few kilometers from Sidi Gaber station, when the Port Said train stopped after a sudden failure, leading the Cairo train to crash into it from behind.
  • Holy Cryptocurrency Batman! Bitcoin Value Leaps to New Record

    Holy Cryptocurrency Batman! Bitcoin Value Leaps to New Record

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    Bitcoin , the world's most popular cyptocurrency has broken the $4.25K ceiling Saturday, stabilizing at slightly more than $4K on Sunday, thanks to massive demand in Japan. The total market cap of all cryptocurrencies has again reached previously unseen levels, and has now reached $138 billion - a billion higher than yesterday's all-time high.
  • Merck's CEO quits Trump's council over Charlottesville

    Merck's CEO quits Trump's council over Charlottesville

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    President Donald Trump wasted no time in slamming the CEO of a to drug manufacturer who just resigned from the President's Manufacturing Council over Trump's refusal to denouncing white supremacism. Mr Trump has yet to explicitly condemn any white supremacist groups himself. Vice President Mike Pence and Attorney General Jeff Sessions have also tried making that case.
  • Wholesale price inflation rises in July

    Wholesale price inflation rises in July

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    Analysts expected WPI inflation to rise in July 2017 as prices picked up in the month. "This outlook is also corroborated in the second part of the Economic Survey released last week". Inflation in sugar was recorded at 8.44 per cent and minerals 1.90 per cent in July. However, potato continued to see deflation at 42.45 percent, pulses (-) 32.56 percent and onion (-) 9.50 percent.
  • Facebook launched a colourful, covert app in China to bypass censorship

    Facebook launched a colourful, covert app in China to bypass censorship

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    The app was released in China by a company called Youge Internet Technology and without any hint that Facebook is affiliated with the company, the Times said, citing a post in Apple's app store. When contacted by The Verge, Facebook replied that it's "spending time understanding and learning more about the country in different ways". The Paul Mozur of the NY times recently determines the Colorful app Balloons in Apple's.
  • Japan Q2 GDP data surprises

    Japan Q2 GDP data surprises

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    The estimate of GDP growth for the first quarter revised upward, from 1% to 1.5%. With the Japanese output recording its longest pace of growth since 2005-2006, analysts are more confident that improvements in consumption which account for the two-thirds of the economy will lift inflation toward the 2% Bank of Japan target.