SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Technology stocks including Facebook (FB.O), Microsoft (MSFT.O) and Alphabet (GOOGL.O) dropped sharply on Monday, increasing worries that the top-performing sector is falling out of favor as investors look elsewhere for cheaper opportunities. Facebook fell 4.6 percent, on track for its worst day in nearly a year and eliminating over $20 billion
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Recently there were two serious scandals one of which was related to the issue of the territories of Artsakh and the other issue is related to the adoption of a concept on developing the Russian language in Armenia. During the question and answer session after his speech at the Armenia-Diaspora conference the Armenian minister of
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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. senators made a last-ditch effort on Monday to secure support for the latest Republican attempt to repeal former President Barack Obama’s signature healthcare law, releasing revised legislation to appeal to undecided senators. The bill had faced possible defeat this week as several senators in the party voiced concerns. The Senate is
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PARIS (Reuters) – France is open to phasing out common weedkiller glyphosate, the government said on Monday, following complaints from farmers worried about a potential imminent ban. Prime Minister Edouard Philippe reiterated Paris would vote against the European Commission’s proposal to extend for 10 years the license for glyphosate, which is used in Monsanto’s Roundup,
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Karangasem, INDONESIA (Reuters) – Fears that a volcano could erupt imminently on the holiday island of Bali prompted several countries to issue travel warnings, while Indonesian authorities raced to evacuate tens of thousands of people living in the “danger zone”. Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, the United States and the U.K. issued advisories on Monday and
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