Aug 10 2017
Dow e-minis were down 35 points, or 0.16 percent, with 37,467 contracts changing hands at 8:40 a.m. ET (1240 GMT).
Pyongyang has made no secret of its plans to develop a nuclear-tipped missile able to strike the United States, which it says are a legitimate means of defence against perceived US hostility, including joint military drills with South Korea.
The weakness on Wall Street reflects geopolitical concerns amid a continued increase in tensions between the USA and North Korea.
The TSX Composite was down 39.02 points or 0.26 percent, to 15,217.33.
Vijender Singh v/s Zulipikaer Maimaitiali
He referred his next opponent and china's Zulpikar as Chinese product and quoted "Chinese products won't long last longer". I don't consider him as an experienced boxer, he is young, but he is a strong kid and we are ready for it.
New England Patriots LB Rob Ninkovich to announce retirement
The most emotional may have been when he looked right at Belichick and said, "Coach, I gave you everything I had". Ninkovich signed with the Patriots as a free agent in 2009 after playing with the Saints and Dolphins.
Liverpool back off from Keita deal
But as RB Leipzig continue in their stance not to sell their key player, Klopp has been forced to turn his attentions elsewhere . Jurgen Klopp has joked that Liverpool will lodge a bid for Naby Keita that would more than triple the current world-record fee.
North Korea seemed unfazed by the president's bluster, however, as state media carried a statement indicating the communist nation is "carefully examining" a plan to strike the US Pacific territory of Guam.
After a dip of as much as 0.52 percent earlier in the day, investors appeared to take some comfort in Tillerson's comments, said Richard Steinberg, managing director at HighTower Advisors in NY. Lockheed Martin, Raytheon, General Dynamics and Northrop Grumman were all up, with the Dow Jones U.S. defense index up 1.48 percent at 409.58.
Technology and consumer-focused companies helped lift US stocks higher Tuesday, steering the market indexes further into record territory.
USA 30-year bond yields slid to a six-week trough of 2.790 percent, compared with 2.867 percent late on Tuesday. Japan's Nikkei 225 Index tumbled by 1.3 percent, while Hong Kong's Hang Seng Index fell by 0.4 percent. It fell 19 cents, or 0.4 percent, to $49.39 per barrel Monday in NY.
The Fed is expected to announce next month the start of the reduction of its balance sheet, which ballooned with the extended quantitative easing program undertaken to stimulate the US economy after the financial crisis. Yields fall when prices rise. The euro fell to $1.1760 from $1.1793. Brent crude, used to price worldwide oils, gave up 29 cents to $51.85 in London. Subsequently, the yield on the benchmark ten-year note, which moves opposite of its price, is down by 5.5 basis points at 2.228%. The Standard & Poor's 500 index fell 0.2 percent, to 2,474.92.
European equity markets also opened sharply lower and measures of volatility spiked.
Aug 08 2017
Australia's greatest track athlete, Betty Cuthbert, had died
Only in her thirties Betty was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS ), a disease that was still relatively unknown at that time. MALCOLM TURNBULL , Prime Minister - "Rest in peace Betty Cuthbert - an inspiration and a champion on and off the track".
Aug 06 2017
Rouhani vows to end isolation amid fresh U.S. sanctions
Separately, on July 28, the Trump administration sanctioned six Iranian entities after Iran tested a space launching device. Rouhani defeated hard-line conservative Ebrahim Raisi in Iran's May 19 election after garnering 57 percent of the vote.
Aug 05 2017
PSG Complete World Record Deal For Neymar
Neymar's first press conference with Paris Saint-Germain has started in a room packed with reporters, photographers and TV crews. Al-Khelaifi also insists PSG did not breach UEFA's financial fair play rules with the transfer. "We have been very transparent".
Aug 03 2017
The Daily Telegraph accidentally report the death of Prince Philip
The queen has described Philip, her husband of nearly 70 years who is now the longest-serving consort in British history, as "my strength and stay".
Aug 03 2017
Reserve Bank of Australia keeps cash rate at 1.5%
And he did point to the disturbing trend that "growth in housing debt has been outpacing the slow growth in household incomes". Nicholas Gruen, CEO of Lateral Economics, was far more succinct when explaining why he believed rates would remain steady.
Aug 02 2017
US Slaps Sanctions on Venezuelan President Maduro
A huge explosion injured several police officers in Venezuela during protests yesterday (Sunday) against the election in Caracas. He said Sunday's vote had given Maduro "less legitimacy, less credibility, less popular support and less ability to govern".
Aug 01 2017
Younis Khan says yet to receive prize money announced by Nawaz Sharif
PTI Chairman Imran Khan will address the gathering which will be held at Islamabad's Parade Ground. Former skipper Younis Khan is the only Pakistani batsman to score 10,000 runs in Test cricket.
Aug 01 2017
Van hits diners on Los Angeles sidewalk restaurant, 8 injured
Some people were lying with broken limbs, while another bled profusely from his head under pieces of furniture and fencing. He had been dining with his daughter, who looked about 10 years old and was not injured, she said.
Jul 31 2017
Daniel Cormier breaks silence on 'disappointing' UFC 214 loss to Jon Jones
The fight was competitive early on, as Jones opened up with a bevvy of kicks, attacking Cormier's body and legs. He is a model champion, and I aspire to be more like that man.
Jul 31 2017
No laptop ban as U.S. says all airlines have raised security
Restrictions are no longer in effect for the last of 10 airports with USA bound flights that had a ban on electronic devices. And Secretary Kelly says terror organizations will continue to try to beat any new security measures that are put in place.
Aug 09 2017Pakistan shelling on LoC in Uri, soldier injured
Aug 08 2017CNN's Donald Trump Surrogate Kayleigh McEnany Named GOP Spokesperson
Aug 07 2017Arsenal claim Wembley spoils as Chelsea lose their heads
Aug 07 2017Al-Jazeera 'deplores' Israeli plans to close broadcaster
Aug 07 2017NFL Dolphins lure quarterback Cutler back to league
Aug 05 2017Massive fire at Torch Tower in Dubai Marina brought under control
Aug 04 2017Amir Muqam denies involvement in Ayesha Gulalai controversy
Aug 03 2017Dwyane Wade Has Hilarious Idea On How To Stop Warriors' Stephen Curry
Aug 02 2017LG V30 : launch August 31, 2017
Aug 02 2017Mindanao mayor killed in drug raid
Aug 10 2017Overwatch Summer Games 2017 skins secrets REVEALED: Fans unearth hidden treasures
Aug 10 2017DJ Fires Back At Taylor Swift During Sexual Assault Trial
Aug 10 2017North Korea Sets Canadian Pastor Free
Aug 09 2017More Details Emerge in Usher Sex Scandal, One Accuser Speaks Out
Aug 09 2017Traces of explosives, detonators found at Lahore truck blast site
Aug 08 2017Chicago's Sanctuary City Showdown with Trump Admin, DOJ Hits Huge Murder Rate
Aug 06 2017Stephen Curry holds his own in first round of Web.com tournament
Aug 05 2017Toyota and Mazda To Build US Plant
Aug 04 2017Maria Sharapova wins West Classic as she returns from injury
Aug 02 2017Phoenix infant dies in hot auto _ second such death in city
Aug 01 2017Doklam standoff: Western media is 'biased' towards India, says Chinese newspaper
Jul 31 2017Ballistic Missile Defense System Test Successful