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A man with the same name as Grammy-nominated rapper 21 Savage, who was taken into custody in Atlanta (BSE: ATLANTA.BO - news) on immigration charges over the weekend, was born in London, according to a copy of a British birth certificate obtained by Reuters. 21 Savage, whose name is Sha Yaa Bin Abraham-Joseph, was arrested on Sunday in Atlanta, the southern U.S. city in which he has based his music career. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement say he is a British citizen who came to the United States from the United Kingdom in 2005 and is "unlawfully present" in the United States.
Attorneys for rapper 21 Savage, who was taken into custody in Atlanta (BSE: ATLANTA.BO - news) on immigration charges over the weekend, said on Monday that he had been arrested based on incorrect information about his criminal record and should be released while awaiting court proceedings. The entertainer, whose real name is Sha Yaa Bin Abraham-Joseph, was arrested on Sunday by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents over accusations that he had overstayed his visa by more than a decade. An ICE spokesman has said that Abraham-Joseph, 26, was being held at a detention facility in Georgia, and faces deportation proceedings in federal immigration court.
Grammy-nominated Atlanta (BSE: ATLANTA.BO - news) -based rapper 21 Savage was arrested on Sunday by U.S. immigration officials, who said he was illegally in the country and a convicted felon. The rapper, whose real name is Sha Yaa Bin Abraham-Joseph, came to the United States from the UK in 2005, overstaying his visa to settle in Atlanta, said Bryan Cox, a spokesman for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). Cox said Abraham-Joseph, whose 21 Savage Facebook page shows several upcoming concerts, was in custody in Georgia and faced deportation proceedings in federal immigration courts.
Americans will be able to bet on Sunday's Super Bowl for the first time outside of Nevada without running afoul of the law. The National Football League championship game and biggest U.S. television event of the year will almost surely be the country's single biggest betting event of the year. It is expected to generate twice as much in legal wagers across the country as last year, following the opening of sportsbooks in seven more states.
Global equity markets mostly rose on Thursday, fueled by upbeat Facebook earnings and the Federal Reserve's pledge to be patient in raising borrowing costs further, while U.S. bond yields fell on indications ...
Global equity markets mostly rose on Thursday, propelled by Facebook's upbeat earnings and the Federal Reserve's pledge to be patient in raising borrowing costs further, while U.S. bond yields fell on ...
ATLANTA (BSE: ATLANTA.BO - news) /NEW YORK, Jan 4 (Reuters) - Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell on Friday sought to ease market concerns that the U.S. central bank was ignoring signs of an economic slowdown, saying he was aware of the risks and would be patient and flexible in policy decisions this year. Speaking after months of volatility in world bond and stock markets, Powell avoided some of the communication missteps that in the past have roiled rather than calmed investors. Echoing a more sympathetic tone recently espoused by some of his colleagues, Powell said the Fed was "listening" to markets and would balance the steady flow of strong economic data against the array of risks - from slowing global growth to worries about the U.S.-China trade war - that have spooked investors.
Weak Chinese and European economic data weighed on stocks around the world and boosted safe-haven Treasuries and the Japanese yen on Wednesday, though Wall Street shares edged higher as investors took advantage of cheaper shares to ring in the new year.
Comments by Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell that benchmark U.S. interest rates were "just below" neutral sparked a sharp rally on Wall Street on Wednesday, easing investor worries about the pace of rate hikes by the U.S. central bank next year. Meanwhile, the dollar retreated with potentially fewer rate increases on the horizon, and sterling rose after the Bank of England said the British economy could shrink by as much as 8 percent in about a year after a no-deal Brexit. Equity investors reacted favorably to Powell's comments, which indicated there may not be as many rate hikes from the Fed in the future as initially anticipated.
U.S. homebuilding rose in October amid a rebound in multi-family housing projects, but construction of single-family homes fell for a second straight month, suggesting the housing market remained mired in weakness as mortgage rates march higher. Building permits declined last month and homebuilding completions were the fewest in a year. Housing starts increased 1.5 percent to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1.228 million units last month.
PARIS/CHICAGO, Nov 16 (Reuters) - U.S. carrier Delta Air Lines said on Friday it ordered 10 Airbus A330neo long-haul jets, reinforcing its position as the first U.S. airline to operate the upgraded jet and lending its influential support to a slow-selling model. As part of the order, Delta also confirmed it was deferring delivery of 10 pricier A350 jets to 2025-26. Delta previously had 25 of each type of plane on order but said last year it was reviewing its wide-body requirements.
Stocks around the globe were closing in on their biggest drop in two weeks as soft Chinese data hit demand for risky assets while oil prices weakened again on Friday. U.S. West Texas Intermediate crude fell 0.73 percent to $60.23 per barrel and Brent was last at $70.21, down 0.62 percent on the day.
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NEW YORK, Oct (Shenzhen: 000069.SZ - news) 15 (Reuters) - U.S. stocks ended lower in a choppy trading session on Monday, dragged down by technology stocks amid lingering worries over interest rates and corporate earnings. The benchmark S&P 500 index teetered between positive and negative territory for much of the day but moved definitively lower in the last half-hour of trading.
LONDON, Oct (Shenzhen: 000069.SZ - news) 10 (Reuters) - Even (Taiwan OTC: 6436.TWO - news) before any Brexit deal has been concluded between the UK and Brussels, attention is turning to whether it will get through a delicately balanced UK parliament. With (Other OTC: WWTH - news) the support of the Northern Irish DUP, Theresa May has a majority of just 13 but various estimates put at 40 the number of Conservative MPs who are prepared to defy her and vote down any deal. Set against that are reports in The Times and FT this morning that between 30-40 Labour lawmakers would rebel against their party leadership and back May's deal for fear that the alternative is a dire, no-deal Brexit.
Oct (Shenzhen: 000069.SZ - news) 8 (Reuters) - Mandatory evacuation orders and school closures were issued on Monday in the Florida Panhandle as Hurricane Michael was expected to strengthen rapidly before slamming into the state on Wednesday, the U.S. National Hurricane Center (NHC) said. Michael was currently a Category 1 hurricane but could become a Category 3 storm by Tuesday on the five-step Saffir-Simpson scale, with winds of at least 100 miles per hour (160 km per hour). Florida Governor Rick Scott declared a state of emergency in more than 20 counties along the Florida Panhandle and Big Bend.
LONDON, Oct (Shenzhen: 000069.SZ - news) 1 (Reuters) - The standoff between Rome and Brussels is set to get worse, with the European Commission expected to formally reject Italy's budget plans in November, the Italian daily La Repubblica reports. It cited sources saying the European Union would have little choice given the plan by the 5-Star Movement and League to push the 2019 deficit up to 2.4 percent of GDP, despite the existing debt overload standing at over 130 percent of output. Brussels still has time to consider what its reaction will be.
Wall Street rose by a smidgen on Friday as gains led by Intel, real estate companies and utilities offset Facebook after the social network disclosed a security breach. Facebook slumped 2.7 percent after ...
U.S. Treasury yields fell on Wednesday after two straight days of gains as risk appetite soured amid nagging concerns about fallout from the Turkish crisis hitting other emerging markets. The yield curve ...
German-owned discount supermarket Aldi Inc is rolling out scores of new products in the United States, it said on Thursday, in an aggressive push to expand in the country even as rivals are struggling in a drawn-out price war. Aldi, the world's No. 5 retailer owned by Aldi Sud, embarked on a $5 billion plan last year to remodel and expand its U.S. chain to 2,500 by the end of 2022 from 1,600 in June 2017. A fifth of all products in Aldi stores will be new by early 2019, the company said, adding that it had targeted popular categories including easy-to-prepare food and fresh, organic produce and meat.
Promoter Ryan Kruger scouted five potential locations for his Vujaday techno festival before opting to hold the five-day event in Barbados, flying in DJs to play to around 1,500 party-goers at a string of dramatic locations around the island in April. Now (Frankfurt: 11N.F - news) planning to return next year, Vujaday - alongside jazz and gospel festivals, fertility holidays, sports camps, genealogy and marijuana vacations - is one of a patchwork of tourism niches boosting revenues for Caribbean islands. "We had this concept of creating a destination event outside of North America where North Americans and Western Europeans mostly could go when it was cold," said Toronto-based Kruger, whose RKET Group had some government support for the event.
HBO's medieval fantasy series "Game of Thrones" led nominations for the Emmy Awards on Thursday that spanned satire to the supernatural, but streaming service Netflix (Xetra: 552484 - news) knocked HBO off its 17-year pedestal as the network with the most nods.
Actors, writers and directors reacted with gratitude, pride, awe and happiness after being nominated for Emmy Awards, television's top awards, on Thursday. The following are reactions by statement and ...
ASOS (LSE: ASC.L - news) , the online fashion retailer popular among 20-somethings, has warned its full-year sales growth will be at the "lower end" of expectations. ASOS expects full-year sales growth to be "towards the lower end" of a 25% to 30% range. Despite missing the forecast, ASOS and rival Boohoo have benefited as consumers move away from traditional high street retailers in favour of shopping online.
British online fashion retailer ASOS (LSE: ASC.L - news) missed analysts' forecasts for sales growth in its latest trading period, saying it had reined in marketing efforts as it focused on ramping up warehousing space in Germany and the United States. Listed on London's junior AIM market, ASOS shares had risen 13 percent in the year to Wednesday's close, and the stock had been trading at 67 times forecast earnings, one of the highest multiples in the sector, giving little margin for error. ASOS, which sells fashion aimed at twentysomethings, said total retail sales rose 22 percent to 802.7 million pounds in the four months to June 30 - below analysts' average forecast for growth of 25.8 percent and the 27 percent growth it reported in the first half.