Khloé Kardashian is speaking out about her sister Kim’s controversial birthday bash — and her own bout with COVID-19.
Khloé Kardashian is speaking out about her sister Kim’s controversial birthday bash — and her own bout with COVID-19.
Head coach Kyle Shanahan reportedly said the decision is "extremely disappointing"
Government defers firearms markings regulations following consultation with partnersCanada NewsWireOTTAWA, ON, Nov. 30, 2020 /CNW/ - Keeping communities safe and reducing violent crime is a priority for the Government of Canada.
Minnesota regulators approved the final permit Monday for Enbridge Energy’s Line 3 crude oil pipeline replacement across northern Minnesota, giving the company the green light to begin construction on the $2.6 billion project. The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency granted a construction storm water permit for the project, which was the last hurdle that Calgary, Alberta-based Enbridge needed to clear. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the independent Minnesota Public Utilities Commission gave their final approvals last week.
The San Francisco 49ers will play two home games in Arizona after new coronavirus regulations put in place by officials in Northern California forced the team to find a temporary new home. The 49ers will host the Buffalo Bills next Monday and Washington on Dec. 13 at State Farm Stadium, home of the Arizona Cardinals. The AFC East-leading Bills will be returning to Arizona for the second time in a little over three weeks, following a 32-30 loss to the Cardinals on Nov. 15.
Labaton Sucharow LLP, a leading investor rights law firm, is seeking shareholders who purchased shares of PlayAGS, Inc. ("PlayAGS" or the "Company") (NYSE: AGS), in the Company’s secondary offering on March 20, 2019 (the "March 2019 SPO") at the offering price of $25.50.
Mexico announced another round of 29 private and public infrastructure projects Monday worth about $11.5 billion which are expected to break ground by the end of 2021. The majority of the plans are for highways, energy and water projects. The plans are intended to help kickstart Mexico’s recovery from the coronavirus pandemic, as well as to fill longstanding gaps in transportation and energy infrastructure.
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(Bloomberg) -- Wheat prices fell after Australia forecast its second-highest crop ever and Russia proposed curtailing grain exports next year.Wheat futures fell as much as 3.3% to $5.85 3/4 a bushel in Chicago trading, the lowest for the contract in almost eight weeks. Corn and soybeans also fell following rainfall in South America during the weekend.Wheat had been on track for its fifth straight monthly gain on Friday, its longest streak in 13 years, before Monday’s retreat. The turnaround came after Australia raised its production estimate by 8% to 31.2 million tons. Russia, the world’s biggest wheat shipper, aims to ease its plan for curbing grain exports in 2021, with shippers saying there’s adequate supply to satisfy demand as some importing nations stockpile food.“Essentially there is going to be no limit on Russia wheat exports on a practical basis,” Rich Nelson, chief strategist at Allendale Inc., said by phone.Soybeans and corn futures pulled back as parts of Argentina and Brazil saw rain during last weekend with more expected this week. Still, key growing areas of both countries are expected to remain dry, Terry Reilly, commodity analyst at Futures International in Chicago, said in a note.The La Nina climate phenomenon has curtailed rainfall in Brazil, the top grower of soybeans, sparking output concerns when China’s feed-grain demand is booming.Prices:Soybeans fell as much as 1.9% to $11.69 a bushelCorn declined as much as 1.7% to $4.26 1/4 a bushelKey grain and soy news:U.S. CROP EXPORTS: Combined 344k Tons of Corn to Unknown BuyersU.S. Inspected 890k Tons of Corn for Export, 2.036m of SoybeanU.S. Corn, Soybean, Wheat Inspections by Country: Nov. 26EU Wheat Exports Down About 24% So Far This Season; Data DelayedCROP TENDER: Turkey Is Seeking to Buy 400,000 Tons of WheatBrazil Soybean Planting 87% Completed as of Nov. 26: AgRuralCrop Prices Set for Best Month in Five Years on Supply WorriesFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.
Comcast Corporation (NASDAQ: CMCSA) today announced the first round of Comcast RISE award recipients — over 700 businesses will receive consulting, media and creative production services from Effectv, the advertising sales division of Comcast Cable, or technology upgrades from Comcast Business, based on the specific needs. This includes 28 small businesses in Colorado, from restaurants and salons to professional services and retail shops. In addition, 3,300 small businesses have already signed up to receive the Comcast RISE monthly newsletter, which will offer free marketing insights and resources.
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(Bloomberg) -- Investors shuffling trades amid a sputtering reflation narrative may have overlooked a little fact: Bond managers who’ve been bullish on inflation prospects this year have been winning.Inflation-linked U.S. Treasuries -- known as TIPS -- are on pace to outperform their regular counterparts for the second straight year, and some of the world’s biggest investors see scope for further gains. Vanguard Group Inc., which reaped profits on inflation-protected bonds it bought in March when the outlook was at its most dire, is looking for a re-entry point. And both BlackRock Inc. and Ardea Investment Management are wagering that the market is underestimating gains in consumer prices over the next few decades.The triumph of TIPS is more than a little ironic, given the absence of a significant acceleration in inflation this year. Even after roaring back from an 11-year low when the pandemic shuttered the world in March, expectations for price pressures remain relatively tame. But with vaccine hopes now building, some investors see these securities as a cheap way to bet on a rejuvenated global economy. The added impetus is that this is a category of debt that typically offers outsized gains when yields are stable or falling.“TIPS perform best in a modest growth and rising-inflation-expectations environment, which is right where we are now,” said Elaine Kan, who co-manages Loomis Sayles & Co.’s Inflation Protected Securities Fund. “And nominal yields aren’t likely to go much higher at least for the next few months, which is a positive for those investing in TIPS -- who also will benefit from the inflation protection if expectations go up more.”No BottomThe Federal Reserve somewhat put a floor under so-called nominal yields when signaling that it doesn’t want to push policy rates below zero, and may have limited the prospects for additional gains in Treasuries. Not so with TIPS, where yields can, and do, go negative; the 10-year U.S. maturity currently yields around minus 0.95%.To be clear, that means investors are basically paying to hold this debt on the assumption they get a windfall as inflation rebounds -- not a strategy for everyone. But like nominal Treasuries, TIPS benefit from demand for havens, and the additional potential for yields to decline opens up the door to greater price appreciation.Further adding to their appeal is the longer duration that these securities generally have compared to their nominal counterparts, meaning they tend to deliver larger price gains when rates are steady or declining as they are now. TIPS have proved a stellar bet this year, earning more than 9% compared with about 8% for regular Treasuries, according to Bloomberg Barclays index data.The bond market’s main measure of inflation expectations -- dubbed the breakeven rate -- has bounced back to where it was at the start of 2020 thanks to the Fed’s ultra-loose policy and massive government stimulus. But doubts remain about the Fed’s ability to boost it further and achieve officials’ 2% target for annual growth in consumer prices. The breakeven rate is the CPI level needed over life of the security for the TIPS holders’ return to roughly match that of a nominal Treasury.‘Asymmetric Opportunity’For Ardea Investment, it boils down to a risk-reward tradeoff. Inflation may not be about to suddenly lurch higher, but the firm sees more bang for the buck in betting on an upside surprise when the market is so skewed toward inflation staying low for a long time.This offers what Gopi Karunakaran, co-chief investment officer at Ardea, called an “asymmetric opportunity.” The limited supply of inflation bonds also helps, he said.“One of the biggest themes over the past decade is that we’ve been entrenched for such a long time in this world of low inflation and low inflation expectations,” Karunakaran said. “Few people are prepared for that upside surprise.”It’s hard to blame the naysayers, given how stubbornly low inflation levels have persisted for years in the world’s largest economy. The Fed’s preferred measure of inflation has been below its target for most of the last five years.And even for inflation believers, TIPS have their drawbacks: They’ve only been around since 1997 and remain relatively illiquid versus nominals. TIPS were among the hardest-to-trade government securities when the pandemic roiled markets in March, in part because they account for just $1.5 trillion of the $20.4 trillion Treasuries universe and tend to be favored by long-term, buy-and-hold investors.But the narrative around inflation debt may start to change should distribution of a vaccine begin, according to Mark Nash, head of fixed-income alternatives at Jupiter Asset Management.“We are still into inflation bonds in a big way,” he said. “If you have a Q1 rollout for the vaccine, and central banks as well as governments staying generous with their policies, then boom, we’ll get some confidence back. These bonds will be a must-own when things clear up.”Headwinds AboundNot everyone shares that view. There are immediate headwinds to consider, with surging coronavirus cases spurring another round of lockdowns in many countries, millions of people still out of work and a range of pandemic-relief programs set to expire in the U.S.For Jason Bloom, a global strategist at Invesco Advisers, the market is ahead of itself in expecting stronger growth right away.“You likely wouldn’t start to see economic activity pick up to the point of generating inflation until we get into the end of 2022,” he said. “The vaccine news absolutely didn’t change anything regarding our inflation outlook.”Winning BetsThose investors who are convinced the stage is set for the next step in the economic recovery are sticking with their winning bets.Gemma Wright-Casparius, a senior portfolio manager at Vanguard, which oversees about $6.2 trillion, scaled back TIPS wagers last quarter after the rebound in breakevens. She expects to add more ahead.“We’re looking for opportunities to re-engage because we do think the vaccine is a game changer,” she said. “Depending on how widespread its adoption and durability is in terms of immunity, we could close the output gap faster than is now expected.”Inflation expectations got a jolt this year from the Fed’s pledge to keep supporting the economy until inflation measures are consistent with an average of 2% over time. And with talks over additional fiscal stimulus stalled out, most see the Fed doing more, even as soon as December.Bob Miller, head of Americas fundamental fixed income at BlackRock, which manages over $7 trillion as the world’s biggest asset manager, says the firm came into the year long TIPS, in the 5- to 10-year sector, and added more when the securities got crushed during the March-April period.Miller helps oversee the Total Return Fund, which has gained around 8% this year to beat about 80% of its peers, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. He took profits on intermediate-maturity TIPS and is now long the 30-year security.The 30-year breakeven at about 1.91% signals too much pessimism for Miller. That’s because TIPS are tied to consumer prices, and CPI has historically exceeded the inflation gauge the Fed targets by about 40 basis points. So the current breakeven rate implies the Fed will miss its 2% target by about half a percentage point on average over the next 30 years. As Miller sees it, such a big miss seems unlikely.“I share some modest skepticism about the Fed’s ability to pin the tail on the donkey at 2% for a long period of time,” he said. “But I would not underestimate their willingness to try.”(Updates prices in 5th and penultimate paragraphs.)For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.
The U.S. Labor Department is inaccurately estimating the number of people filing weekly claims for unemployment benefits during the pandemic, which could make it difficult for policymakers to respond to the crisis, a government watchdog said on Monday. The Government Accountability Office (GAO) in its latest report highlighted backlogs in processing a record volume of applications among issues behind the flawed data. In response to the economic shock from COVID-19, the government rolled out three federally funded temporary programs for unemployment insurance (UI), expanding benefit eligibility to people who did not qualify for the regular state UI and enhancing benefits.
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eRAD, a subsidiary of RadNet, Inc. (NASDAQ: RDNT), a leading provider of radiology image and data management software solutions, announced today that Hutchinson Clinic went live with eRAD's RIS, Referring Physician Portal, Patient Portal, and RADAR, eRAD's secure communications platform. The combined solution will improve integrations and workflows across the organization and greatly increase efficiencies.
New York, New York--(Newsfile Corp. - November 30, 2020) - Rounding out a season of giving, Minneapolis-based ADX Foundation donates $30,000 to WhyHunger for hunger alleviation. The ADX Foundation is the charitable arm of Minneapolis-based company ADX Labs, Inc. The ADX Foundation is a private foundation established by ADX Labs' Chairman and Founder Steven M. Renner, with a two-fold mission to alleviate hunger and ...
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WeissLaw LLP is investigating possible breaches of fiduciary duty and other violations of law by the board of directors of GigCapital2, Inc. ("GIX" or the "Company") (NYSE: GIX) in connection with the Company's proposed merger with privately held digital healthcare provider UpHealth Holdings, Inc. ("UpHealth") and privately held telemedicine provider Cloudbreak Health, LLC ("Cloudbreak"). GIX will combine with UpHealth and Cloudbreak via a reverse-merger to create a single digital healthcare company to be named UpHealth, Inc. and will be listed on the NYSE under the new ticker symbol "UPH." The transaction values the combined company at a combined pro forma estimated enterprise value of approximately $1.35 billion.
Del Monte Foods, Inc. today announced that it will hold a conference call to share its financial results for the Second Quarter of Fiscal Year 2021 on Friday, December 11, 2020 at 8:00 a.m. Pacific Time.