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JP Morgan gets attention from call buyers

Finance
[unable to retrieve full-text content]Traders are making a bet Friday on JP Morgan JPM So far 5 577 contracts of the July 114 call have changed hands against open interest of 119 contracts Today s volume moved high in the bid ask spread indicating these new calls were initiated from the buy side InvestorsKeyhole Trade Latest Articles in
Season 4 of 'Better Call Saul' to begin Aug. 6

Season 4 of 'Better Call Saul' to begin Aug. 6

Entertainment
June 1 (UPI) -- AMC has set Aug. 6 for the Season 4 premiere date of its crime drama Better Call Saul. The show, which takes place in New Mexico, follows Bob Odenkirk as the smart, but sketchy lawyer Jimmy/Saul years before he meets Walter White, Bryan Cranston's teacher-turned-drug kingpin in Breaking Bad. Odenkirk's fellow Breaking Bad co-stars Jonathan Banks and Giancarlo Esposito also reprise their roles of Mike and Gus in the prequel series. Rounding out the ensemble are Rhea Seehorn, Patrick Fabian and Michael Mando. The cable network announced a year ago that it had renewed the show for a 10-episode, fourth season. Let's block ads! (Why?) Entertainment News - UPI.com
RBI's June policy a close call, tone to remain hawkish: UBS

RBI's June policy a close call, tone to remain hawkish: UBS

Finance
The Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) is expected to maintain the repo rate at 6 per cent in the ensuing policy review meeting next week, however, there is also a probability of a pre-emptive hike by 25 bps, says a UBS report. According to the global financial services major, the June policy review meeting is likely to be a close call, while the tone of the policy statement is expected to remain hawkish. "In its monetary policy review, scheduled for 4-6 June, we expect the MPC to maintain the repo rate at 6 per cent. However, we assign a 40 per cent probability that the MPC will pre-emptively hike rates by 25 bps in the meeting," Tanvee Gupta Jain, Economist, UBS Investment Bank said in a research note. In its first bi-monthly monetary policy for 2018-19, RBI left repo rate unchanged at 6...
‘To call Eric Bristow a legend is an understatement’ – PDC chief Barry Hearn pays tribute to a darts icon

‘To call Eric Bristow a legend is an understatement’ – PDC chief Barry Hearn pays tribute to a darts icon

Sports
Professional Darts Corporation chairman Barry Hearn has paid tribute to the late, great Eric Bristow.Darts is mourning one of its favourite sons after the death of five-time world champion died on Thursday, aged 60.Bristow suffered a heart attack after attending a corporate event in Liverpool ahead of the Premier League fixture at the Echo Arena.The Professional Darts Corporation announced his death midway through the night's play, with fans breaking into a spontaneous rendition of "There's only one Eric Bristow".Hearn joined talkSPORT on Thursday night to pay his tribute to the Crafty Cockney, who was a founding player of the PDC and one of the sport’s first superstars.Speaking on The Sports Bar, the darts chief said: “Legend is a word that is often misused, but in Eric Bristow’s case it’
White House walks back Trump's call for US to leave Syria 'very soon'

White House walks back Trump's call for US to leave Syria 'very soon'

World
In a statement issued Wednesday meant to clarify the U.S. presence in Syria, the White House did not announce an immediate withdrawal of U.S. forces, despite President Donald Trump's repeated calls in the past week to leave the country "very soon." "The military mission to eradicate ISIS in Syria is coming to a rapid end, with ISIS being almost completely destroyed," White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said. But she added, "The United States and our partners remain committed to eliminating the small ISIS presence in Syria that our forces have not already eradicated. We will continue to consult with our allies and friends regarding future plans." The statement offered no timeline for a troop withdrawal, nor did it change the U.S. policy in Syria – which has been for the approximat