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Maven's Morning Coffee: Dwp Water Bills Increase, Target's Hollywood Development In Trouble, What Information Should Be Released In A Police Shooting? | 89.3 Kpcc

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"They dont think the public will understand what a layered cake weve got here. Because theres lots of layers to this cake," according to the deputy director of the Office of Public Accountability. The Daily News has video of a Central Basin Municipal Water District member driving a car, which wouldn't typically be newsworthy except Art Chacon was recently censured by the board for receiving a monthly car allowance when he hasn't had a driver's license in more than a decade. "(They) have put the ratepayer in a position where theyve got tremendous liability and could end up having to pay a huge cost if Chacon were to get into an accident, injure somebody while driving illegally and theyre aware of it," according to one open-government activist. A judge wants Target to stop building its new Hollywood location because he says it violates the city's zoning codes, reports Curbed LA. Attorneys for Target say then-Councilman Eric Garcetti encouraged to build an overly-large store.

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Global Markets-european Stocks Lower On Russia, Data; Bonds Prices Up - Yahoo Finance

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The euro hit a nine-month low of $1.331 against the dollar amid threats of retaliatory Russian sanctions against the European Union and signs the crisis in Ukraine was affecting Germany, Europe's biggest economy. But it managed to bounce back and was up slightly at $1.3377. German industrial orders slid in June at the steepest rate since September 2011, and the economy ministry said political tensions had probably led to more consumer caution. The FTSEurofirst 300 closed down 0.8 percent while MSCI's world equity index shed 0.2 percent. Dollar-traded Russian Kim Kardashian s boobs stocks stumbled 2.6 percent to touch their lowest level since May 6. German 10-year bond yields were down 7 basis points at 1.104 percent after earlier hitting a record low of 1.096 percent. Yields on lower-rated peripheral bonds rose, extending losses after data showed Italy, the bloc's third-largest economy, had unexpectedly slipped back into recession. The ECB, which is due to meet on Thursday, has made unprecedented policy moves in recent months to try to keep the bloc's fragile recovery on track.

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Inplay From - Yahoo Finance

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Large Cap Gainers S (6.93 +5.56%): Upgraded to Outperform from Market Perform at Cowen EBAY (52.03 +2.66%): Trading higher on rumors that Google (GOOG) taking a stake in the company CME (79.21 +2.18%): Mentioned positively in blog article; seeing strength in trading exchange stocks: ICE also higher Large Cap Losers SDRL (31.29 -4.68%): Weakness in large cap oil and gas companies: UGP, PBR, ESV also higher HCN (64.1 -3.59%): Priced 15.5 mln share offering of common stock at $63.75 per share ITUB (16.18 -3.29%): Weakness in Brazilian stocks as recent polls suggest rising support for relection of Dilma Rousseff: BRFS, BBD also higher Mid Cap Gainers ULTA (116.47 +19.48%): Beat quarterly EPS by $0.11 ($0.94 vs $0.83 estimate), revs rose 22.2% yoy to $734.2 mln vs $713.35 mln estimate; sees Q3 EPS of $0.79-0.84 vs $0.83 estimate, revs of $724-736 mln vs $718.04 mln estimate; raised FY15 EPS guidance to +20% (from mid teens) or ~$3.79 vs $3.69 estimate, revs +20% (from mid teens) to ~$3.204 bln vs $3.15 bln estimate; raised FY15 comps guidance to +7-8% from prior guidance of +4-6% ALNY (74.43 +5.77%): Co announced that it is broadening its pipeline with ALN-AGT, a subcutaneously administered RNAi therapeutic targeting angiotensinogen for the treatment of hypertensive disorders of pregnancy, including preeclampsia, one of the most common complications of pregnancy ACAD (28.47 +3.64%): Mentioned positively on CNBC's Mad Money program Mid Cap Losers SDLP (31.84 -3.54%): Weakness in mid cap oil and gas companies: APL, NE, RICE also lower DDR (17.31 -2.89%): Downgraded to Hold from Buy at KeyBanc Capital Markets; downgraded to Neutral from Buy at UBS 12:34 pm S&P -10.7 and Nasdaq Comp -22 slip under first hour lows -- Dow -65 (:TECHX) : 11:54 am Small-caps and mid-caps continue to weaken, major averages slide back toward first hour lows -- Dow -55, S&P -9, Nasdaq Comp -19.6 (:TECHX) : 11:51 am European Markets Closing Prices (:SUMRX) : European markets are now closed; stock markets across Europe performed as follows: UK's FTSE:+0.1% Irish Ovrl Index:+0.2% Greece ASE General Index: -0.5% 11:44 am Stocks/ETFs that traded to new 52 week highs/lows this session - New highs kim kardashian look (86) outpacing new lows (60) (:SCANX) : Stocks that traded to 52 week highs: AAVL, ABBV, ACT, AHGP, AHS, ALGT, AOSL, ARUN, BANF, BDSI, BKYF, CALM, CARO, CFN, CNVR, CNW, CTLT, CVTI, CYH, DECK, DYAX, EARS, ECL, ENPH, ENSV, FCAP, FINL, FLWS, FUBC, GFIG, GLNG, GS, GTIM, HAIN, HCA, HCBK, HTLD, IBKR, ICLR, IG, IMDZ, ISTR, IT, JBSS, KEX, LAKE, LE, LUV, MARA, MHFI, MIK, MSFT, MTB, MTN, NFBK, NOR, NVGS, OILT, PKX, PLOW, PRXL, PTRY, RAIL, RCL, RDNT, SBAC, SCHW, SERV, SGBK, SKX, SNY, SWIR, SYNL, THC, THRM, TRNX, TWC, UTHR, VAC, VFC, WB, WMS, WTM, WWAV, XPO, ZLTQ Stocks that traded to 52 week lows: AGCO, ALG, ALXA, ATW, BPHX, CLRB, CNHI, CTT, CWST, DLA, DO, DWCH, ECR, ECT, ENZY, ESCR, FF, FI, FMC, FVE, FWM, GGB, GLF, GLPI, IRET, IRG, IVC, KEG, KIPS, KVHI, KWK, LODE, MCP, MDR, MNTG, MVC, MXL, PCL, PRFT, RAVN, RCPI, REE, RIG, RNDY, RTGN, RVNC, SCL, SPEX, STRM, STXS, TAC, THRX, TLR, TRGT, UAMY, VALE, VNOM, XNY, ZEP, ZX ETFs that traded to 52 week highs: IYG, PPH ETFs that traded to 52 week lows: BJK, BNO, DBC, DJP, EWO, FUD, FXS, FXY, JJA, SGG, SIVR, SLV 11:38 am Currency Commentary: The Fed on Deck (:SUMRX) : The Dollar Index continues to hold 84 ahead of next week's FOMC meeting. Markets are looking for the Fed to drop hints that the time frame for the first rate hike may be moving up from the current mid-2015 expectations. The meeting will be accompanied by an update to the Fed forecast as well as an hour long Yellen press conference. It was a busy morning on the economic data front. Retail Sales were able to outpace expectations as did the preliminary look at September Michigan Sentiment. Business Inventories were in line with expectations. The euro is holding the 1.29 level and has been able to push higher off the support.

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Is John Galliano Back For Good? - Yahoo News

But Monday marked his official comeback into fashions exclusive circle when Paris-based Maison Martin Margiela announced the controversial designer as the houses new creative director. In this role, Galliano will oversee all Margiela lines, including couture and both mens and womens ready-to-wear. READ MORE Screw GeorgeAmal Alamuddin Is the Catch Margiela is ready for a new charismatic creative soul, Renzo Rosso, president of Only The Bravethe brands ownerannounced. John Galliano is one of the greatest, undisputed talents of all time. A unique, exceptional couturier for a Maison that always challenged and innovated the world of fashion. I look forward to his return to create that fashion dream that only he can create, and wish him to here find his new home. Support for Galliano extends deep kim kardashian full video into the fashion world.

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Lionsgate Seen As Target After Report Of Dreamworks Buyout Talks - Thestreet

Softbank could use DreamWorks' characters to brand and market its mobile services, added Harrigan. Meanwhile, the valuation at which Softbank is reportedly considering buying DreamWorks would imply that Lionsgate, another movie maker, would view website be worth $44-$67 in a takeover deal, the analyst estimated. Lionsgate has a much more consistent and broader business than DreamWorks, but animation, in which DreamWorks specializes, is more attractive for the Asian market and for marketing purposes, Harrigan believes. He kept a $37 price target and Buy rating on Lionsgate. The analyst does not cover DreamWorks. PRICE ACTION: In early trading, DreamWorks surged 17% to $26.12, while Lionsgate here. gained 2.8% to $32.06. Reporting by Larry Ramer. The Fly provides comprehensive coverage of stock news and Street research and delivers it in real-time. The Fly breaks market-moving news and explains sudden stock movements in a rapid-fire, short-form story format.

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