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Petrol, diesel prices hiked

PETROL prices are set to increase from midnight tonight, 4 October by 44 cents. Indian Oil Corporation Ltd. has chose to affect the following price changes w.e.f. This is the forth increase in rates in petrol in two months, while in the case of diesel, it is first increase after two price reductions this month.

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Deutsche Bank rally eases as investors await fine amount

Darden shares rose 4.6 percent to US$64.15 in premarket trading after the restaurant chain operator reported a rise in first-quarter sales. In London, Glencore increased 1.16 percent. In Asia, shares were mixed in early trading, with South Korean cosmetics stocks getting a boost but analysts warning on limits to oil's gains. The Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 0.30% to 18,253.85 points, the S&P 500 fell 0.33% to 2,161.20 points and the Nasdaq shed 0.21% to 5,300.87 points.

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Gas prices going up in northern New England

Average retail gas prices in Dayton have increased 16.5 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $2.24 per gallon on Sunday, according to GasBuddy's daily survey of 391 gas outlets in Dayton. Gas prices are also down in Kalamazoo and Lansing. Patrick DeHaan, senior petroleum analyst for GasBuddy, said the rise in gas prices is a reaction to the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries' decision to cut back on oil production.

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Pedestrian Killed In Semi Collision

The pedestrian, from Winnipeg, was pronounced dead at the scene according to RCMP . STARS transported a 29-year-old Ontario man to Winnipeg hospital after a single vehicle accident on the Trans-Canada Highway Saturday afternoon. on Sunday. "On average this year, there has been a fatal collision every 3.5 days in RCMP jurisdiction". Going into the weekend, we remind everyone to drive responsibly and buckle up.

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Wells Fargo fined $4 mln for illegally repossessing servicemembers' cars

These facts - as well as testimony from Mr. Stumpf before the Senate Banking Committee on September 20, 2016 - justify an investigation into at least three types of securities law violations", the Senators wrote in a letter to SEC Chair Mary Jo White.

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Oil falls on firmer dollar and profit-taking after Opec rally

A source familiar with Iranian thinking said it was still positive that an agreement had been reached: "No one will offer anyone a free ride". "With such uncertainty around the minutiae, we expect uncommon volatility in the oil market until OPEC's November meeting", analysts at ING said.

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Former Christie Campaign Staffer Among Bridge Case Witnesses

Christie's office has pointed to a statement he gave in 2014, denying he knew about the plot while it was ongoing. Baroni was Wildstein's boss at the Port Authority of NY and New Jersey. Wildstein said that Baroni hired him as director of interstate capital projects but, in practice, his "job was to act as Mr. Baroni's chief of staff".

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Christie used bridge authority to gain endorsements

Friday's accident occurred just before a former Port Authority of NY and New Jersey official who pleaded guilty in the bridge lane-closing case took the stand in the trial of two former allies of Republican New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie. Wildstein pleaded guilty previous year to orchestrating traffic jams in 2013 to punish a mayor who didn't endorse Christie. Wildstein has pleaded guilty and is expected to testify against Kelly and Baroni in the coming days.

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Head of bridge agency says Christie appointee 'protected'

Bendul said when he upbraided Durando about the new traffic pattern that reduced three access lanes between Fort Lee and the bridge to one, Durando told him, "Have the mayor call Baroni". Attorneys say David Wildstein is one of the next three witnesses who could testify Friday in the trial of two former allies of Republican New Jersey Gov.

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Staffer: I told defendant mayor wouldn't endorse Christie

Chris Christie. Wildstein claims Baroni hired him to be the "bad cop" in pushing Christie's agenda at the authority. "I told you he was abusive and untrustworthy". Matt Mowers, a former campaign staffer for Christie, is expected to testify for the prosecution Friday. They face nine counts of conspiracy, misusing agency property, wire fraud and violating the civil rights of Fort Lee residents to travel freely.

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Government's star witness set to take stand in bridge trial

Critchley focused on how Foye admitted he authorized a false press release saying the lane closings were part of a week-long traffic study, as Baroni and Wildstein pushed him to do. Mayor Mark Sokolich testified Tuesday that Mowers sought his endorsement several months before the election. Wildstein pleaded guilty a year ago to orchestrating traffic jams in 2013 to punish a Democratic mayor who didn't endorse Christie.

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Black box recorder recovered from wreckage of train crash

Christie said engineers were examining the station's structural integrity and it was too soon to say when it might reopen to NJ Transit trains. A derailed New Jersey Transit train is seen under a collapsed roof after it derailed and crashed into the station in Hoboken , New Jersey, Sept.

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Sportsnet broadcast throws shade at Team Europe's style of play

They had to rally Sunday to continue this long, unusual trip. Tomas Tatar scored two goals, including the victor 3:43 into overtime, as underdog Team Europe defeated Team Sweden, 3-2, on Sunday in Toronto to advance to the World Cup of Hockey final series.

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Twitter storm: Trump shames former-beauty pageant winner

Or a 2005 Spanish reality show Machado starred in where she was filmed in bed with a male contestant. The comments attributed to her are graphic; the Sun describes one line as "Oh your d***, my love, what a tasty d***!" - James Pethokoukis (@JimPethokoukis) September 30, 2016FYI: Trump's 18 years of fat shaming Alicia Machado is the longest commitment he's ever made to a woman.

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Global stocks lower on renewed worries about banking sector

The stock was hammered on Thursday on news that a number of hedge funds had pulled out collateral as the bank faces a $14 billion demand from US authorities for misselling mortgage-backed securities. In summary, we'll see a rally today if officials can calm trader fears about Deutsche Bank and the PCE meets or falls below expectations. WALL STREET: U.S.

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ICICI Bank slips after weak debut of insurance subsidiary

The BSE Sensex was up 82 points or 0.3% at 28,374.85. Both ICICI Bank and Prudential will need to lower their stakes in the insurer over the next three years to comply with a rule to have a minimum public float of 25 percent. Analysts said that while there was always a view that the offer was aggressively priced, Thursday's stock price movement was more due to the overall market weakness.

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TSX up slightly while United States markets and loonie down

Canadian Natural Resources Ltd rose 1.3 percent to C$38.99, while TransCanada Corp was up 1.1 percent at C$62.27. The most influential movers on the index were some of the country's largest energy companies. The stock was the biggest drag on Wall Street. Investors are awaiting Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen's speech in Washington for clues on the health of the economy and timing of the next interest rate hike.

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Oil's tumbling as expectations for any OPEC deal begin to sputter

Under the proposal, Saudi Arabia would carry out the bulk of the reduction, cutting 400,000 barrels a day from record highs of nearly 10.6 million barrels a day in August, the people said. Saudi Arabia's energy minister said on Tuesday he was optimistic that energy ministers at an informal OPEC meeting in Algiers would reach a "common view" on the global oil market.

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NASFAA Urges Students to Prepare for Early FAFSA

It doesn't matter if the sticker price for a college is $15,000 or $50,000 a year - your family would pay only $5,000 if the school embraces the expected family contribution the FAFSA turns out. An industry survey earlier this year suggested that 90 percent of families would like their award letters earlier. "Many more families will be able to use the IRS data retrieval tool this year", Kantrowitz said.

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Chicago teachers vote to authorize strike in contract talks

Speaking in Springfield, the state capital, Republican Governor Bruce Rauner - a frequent critic of both CPS and CTU - said on Monday that a strike would be a "tragedy". Teachers picketed for seven days over evaluations, job security and classroom conditions - Chicago's first teachers' strike in 25 years. The two side are at loggerheads over teacher compensation, including whether the cash-strapped district should continue the long-standing arrangement of picking of the bulk of teacher's ...

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Julia Now Tropical Depression Off US East Coast

This storm is still thousands of miles away from the southeast coast, now sitting between West Africa and the Leeward Islands. In the eastern Pacific, Orlene is a tropical storm with maximum sustained winds of 65 miles per hour. The system was expected to move to the west and could bring heavy rain and windy conditions to the Cabo Verde Islands over the next few days, the hurricane center said.

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Clinton, Trump to meet separately with Israel PM Netanyahu

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will meet separately with American presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump in NY on Sunday, an official in his office said. Trump has made building a wall along the US-Mexico border a signature campaign promise. "Prime Minister Netanyahu thanked Mr. Trump for his friendship and support for Israel", according to the statement.

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Wells case presents opportunity for banks, credit unions

In the grilling of Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf, Sen. Senators had pushed for Stumpf not to be reappointed, saying it was inappropriate for someone who presided over improper sales tactics to be giving advice to an agency involved with bank regulation.

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READ HERE: FBI Releases Additional Clinton Email Interview Notes

The judge ordered the department to produce as many as 1,050 pages of documents in three batches to the plaintiff, Judicial Watch , before the November 8 presidential election, with the first production to the conservative government transparency group due October 4.

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You won't believe what Zack Galifianakis asks Hillary Clinton

Are we gonna be stuck with Tim Kaine for nine-months?" "How does this work?" Why would you interrupt me with an ad for my opponent, Clinton asked. "I assume he will wear that red power tie", Clinton says. The Hangover star asks the Democratic nominee for this year's election a number of awkward questions, including a grilling on her flip-flop over the controversial Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) deal.