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President Donald Trump: If North Korea Summit Isn't A Success, I Will Leave | CNBC I Politics on April 30, 2018.

Alibaba's Joe Tsai: We're Looking Long-Term, Beyond 'Trade War Blip' | CNBC - April 30, 2018.

Channels television I Buhari In Washington: Reuben Abati Criticises Buhari's Speech | Politics Today|

Sky News - Sainsbury’s 'engaging positively' with CMA over Asda merger - April 30, 2018.

ALJAZEERA - Why are lotted Ethipian treasures still in Britain...... April 30, 2018.

Economic Predictions Globalist Are Going To Collapse World Economy in May 2018.

CNBC - MAKE IT.- Here's the best way to invest your money over the long term - April 30, 2018.

View this email in your browser Daily dose of inspiration: "You could have Warren Buffett managing your portfolio for you but, if you only save $10 a year, you're not going to retire a millionaire." - Nick Holeman, certified financial planner at Betterment 3 things to help you make it.

CNBC - After-hours buzz: CGNX, AKAM & more on April 30, 2018.

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Investopedia | McDonald's Stock Completes 3-Month Breakout Pattern - April 30, 2018.

investopedia.com McDonald's Stock Completes 3-Month Breakout Pattern Alan Farley Dow component McDonald's Corporation ( MCD ) rallied more than six points after the company beat first quarter profit and revenue estimates on Monday morning, stalling at three-month resistance in the mid-$160s. Global comparative sales also beat estimates, rising 5.5%, while U.S. sales posted a healthy 2.9% increase. The bullish metrics and strong price action should ease shareholder anxiety after a miserable start to 2018 in which the fast food giant's stock has dropped nearly 12%. The restaurant industry faced headwinds in the first quarter, with final consumer spending data likely to confirm the weakest growth since 2013. Chains have responded with dozens of new value offerings, hoping the tasty bargains will attract a larger customer base. The approach appears to be working, with an expected 13% quarterly rise in val

CNN | Trump on Iran deal; We'll see what Happens - April 30, 2018.

Investopedia | Why Tesla Is Burning Through Cash? - April 30, 2018.

investopedia.com Why Tesla Is Burning Through Cash? Shoshanna Delventhal Tesla Inc. ( TSLA ) and its CEO , Elon Musk, may be running out of time, according to analysts at Bloomberg, who estimate that the electric car maker burns through more than $6,500 every 60 seconds. In a story published Monday, Bloomberg's Dana Hull and Hannah Recht suggest that, despite Musk's remarks indicating that Tesla will not need to raise additional capital this year, "there is now a genuine risk that the 15-year-old company could run out of cash in 2018." When Tesla reports earnings on May 2, they expect investors to keep a close eye on free cash flow , which has been negative for five consecutive quarters. (See also: Musk May Be Misleading Investors: Billionaire Short Seller Jim Chanos. ) Jostling for Position in the EV Space Over the recent years, Tesla has poured money into expanding its offerings from

CFTC | Press Release -772018: CFTC Charges Charles H. McAllister of Alabama with Engaging in a Fraudulent Precious Metals Scheme on April 30, 2018.

cftc.gov CFTC Charges Charles H. McAllister of Alabama with Engaging in a Fraudulent Precious Metals Scheme April 30, 2018 McAllister Charged with Two Counts of Wire Fraud and One Count of Money Laundering in a Related Criminal Action Washington, DC – The Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) filed a federal civil enforcement action in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Texas against Defendant Charles H. McAllister , of Auburn, Alabama, charging him with fraud and misappropriation in connection with contracts of sale of precious metals through his company, BullionDirect, Inc . (BDI).   McAllister has never been registered with the CFTC in any capacity.   McAllister & BDI Allegedly Defrauded Thousands of Customers throughout the United States The CFTC Complaint alleges that from August 15, 2011 through July 20, 2015, McAllister and BDI defrauded thousands of customers throughout the United States who purchased precio

The Washington Post | Politics Alert: Trump’s pick to lead ICE, who touted surge in immigration arrests, steps down on April 30, 2018.

washingtonpost.com Trump’s pick to lead ICE, who touted surge in immigration arrests, steps down Thomas Homan, the Trump administration’s top immigration enforcement official, announced Monday that he plans to step down from his job, six months after Trump nominated him to be director of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). Homan was named ICE’s acting director soon after Trump took office in 2017, and the tough-talking, barrel-chested former Border Patrol agent quickly became an unapologetic enthusiast for the administration’s more aggressive enforcement approach. Under Homan, immigration arrests surged 40 percent after agents scrapped an Obama administration policy of targeting serious or violent criminal offenders in order to cast a wider net. Homan said those living illegally in the United States “should be afraid” that his agents could be coming for them. [ Democrats demand Homeland Security hand over

GATA | THE GATA DISPATCH: Venezuela stops paying $1 billion debt to Canadian gold miner

Venezuela stops paying $1 billion debt to Canadian gold miner Submitted by cpowell on 08:09PM ET Monday, April 30, 2018 . Section: Daily Dispatches By Jonathan Wheatley Financial Times, London Monday, April 30, 2018 Venezuela has stopped making payments on more than $1 billion it owes to a Canadian mining company, highlighting the country's extreme difficulties in paying off its overseas debt. Gold Reserve sued Venezuela under the World Bank's dispute settlement system more than eight years ago over the expropriation of its gold-mining operations. The company finally agreed to a $1.03 billion settlement in September 2016, mostly to be paid in monthly instalments that began last July. But fourth-quarter financial statements published by Gold Reserve at the end of last week show that the payments ended in November. It follows an apparent cessation of payments to holders of Venezuela's sovereign bonds in September last yea

CNBC | Gold on April 30, 2018.

                                                                      GOLD cnbc.com Gold near six-week low as dollar firms, Korea tensions ease CNBC 4-5 minutes AP Gold prices fell to the lowest in nearly six weeks on Monday as the dollar strengthened and easing tensions on the Korean peninsula helped boost appetite for higher risk assets such as stocks. Spot gold lost 0.28 percent at $1,318.30 per ounce by 2:30 p.m. EDT, off an earlier $1,310.11 low, its weakest since March 21. U.S. gold futures for June delivery settled down $4.20 at $1,319.20.

CNBC | Asia, Europe, and U.S. Stock Markets Report on April 30, 2018

                                                                              ASIA cnbc.com Stocks, currencies, oil and China data in focus Cheang Ming Asian stocks closed higher on the last trading day of the month, as investors focused on a mix of ebbing geopolitical tensions, robust earnings and economic data. South Korea's benchmark Kospi index gained 0.92 percent to close at 2,515.38, with gains seen in steelmakers, automakers and and oil-related stocks. Technology names were mixed. Down Under, the S&P/ASX 200 edged higher by 0.49 percent to 5,982.70 as the utilities and heavily weighted financials subindexes advanced, canceling out slight declines in the materials and energy sectors. Hong Kong's Hang Seng Index recorded more convincing gains, with the benchmark advancing 1.71 percent by 3:05 p.m. HK/SIN. The financials and property sectors led gains before the market close, with mainland banks climbing after r