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Moody's downgrades China's credit rating

Moody's said the new rating outlook is stable, however, and said the country remains resilient to negative shocks and that growth is likely to remain comparably strong in the near-term. Systemic risk is relatively lowThe NDRC statement added, "China's debt is mostly domestic and our leverage is supported by a high deposit rate (at around 50 per cent), so the possibility to trigger systemic risks is relatively low".


Trump hopeful for Israel-Palestine peace

Trump hopeful for Israel-Palestine peace

But while Trump said earlier this month that he believed brokering peace is "maybe not as hard as people have thought", he measured his comments on Tuesday. The moment was an abrupt interruption of an otherwise warm and smooth welcome for Trump to the Holy Land. Bethlehem also holds deep significance as the site where Christians believe Jesus was born and welcomes thousands of pilgrims each year for Christmas.


Books of condolence opened

Books of condolence opened

Student Georgina Callendar, 18 and eight-year-old Saffie Roussos, both from Lancashire have been confirmed dead. An estimated 21,000 people attended the concert of the popular American artist. Everyone is invited along to sign the book to show Dundalk's support to the people of Manchester. Ardee Library will be open today (Wednesday), Friday and Saturday between 10am and 1pm and 2pm and 5pm.


Investor Outlook: Amazon.com (NDAQ:AMZN)

Investor Outlook: Amazon.com (NDAQ:AMZN) "Buy" Rating Reconfirmed by Aegis Today

The e-commerce giant reported $1.48 earnings per share for the quarter, beating the consensus estimate of $1.03 by $0.45. Amazon.com, Inc. (NDAQ:AMZN) has risen 37.41% since May 24, 2016 and is uptrending. Investors sentiment decreased to 1.26 in 2016 Q4. Its up 0.10, from 0.78 in 2016Q3. It is negative, as 126 investors sold AMZN shares while 478 reduced holdings.



Amber Rudd: US officials leaking Manchester attacks info 'irritating'

Gerard Collomb said on BFM television Wednesday that British and French intelligence have information that British-born attacker Salman Abedi had been to Syria . She voiced her concern over details of the Manchester attack appearing to come out of the United States stating: "I have been very clear with our friends that that should not happen again".


Temperate note: Trump's speech in Riyadh nails terrorism, but fumbles on Iran

Temperate note: Trump's speech in Riyadh nails terrorism, but fumbles on Iran

Though the Trump administration says otherwise, the order wrongly targets Muslims, as a federal court has ruled, singling them out on the basis of religion. and the dictators that support them", said Iran's foreign ministry spokesman Bahram Ghasemi on Monday. Telling allies that Iran is the source of problems "would mean that we have to start coming in and using our military power to settle scores".