New year, new fantasy season, but what will you do differently? Matt Harmon judges what changes you plan on making to your 2021 lineup.
New year, new fantasy season, but what will you do differently? Matt Harmon judges what changes you plan on making to your 2021 lineup.
The 'GMB' host didn't see eye to eye with co-star Susanna Reid on the matter.
Thamena Ali, 32, has held many dying patients’ hands over the years, however, watching someone die without their family has been the 'biggest challenge'.
The "Reinsurance Global Market Report 2021: COVID-19 Impact and Recovery to 2030" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
The European Union will seek to create a bio-defence preparedness programme in the form of a public-private partnership, to prepare against the next big health crisis, the head of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen said. Von der Leyen said the programme would seek to prepare the EU before the next pandemic hits by seeking to discover and prepare for known and emerging pathogens, and then developing and manufacturing vaccines at scale to respond to them.
Labour's whips office has questioned why the Education Secretary will not attend the Commons today to answer an urgent question on his plans for schools. Shadow Education Secretary Kate Green has requested Gavin Williamson’s plan for reopening schools.
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Former stars of shows ranging from ‘Glee’ to the US version of ‘The Office’ are hosting episode-by-episode watch-alongs that unite fans with show insiders – and they’re increasingly lucrative, says Isobel Lewis
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(Bloomberg) -- Thousands of Indian farmers on Tuesday escalated protests to revoke controversial agricultural laws, clashing with police and storming key landmarks in New Delhi to pressure Prime Minister Narendra Modi.The farmers, who have camped at various border points around the capital for two months, had permission to demonstrate after the completion of an annual military parade to mark Republic Day, a major public holiday in India. But many gathered early in the day and broke through barricades on the outskirts of the city, prompting police to deploy tear gas in some areas.Television footage showed thousands of protesters clashing with police in central Delhi before reaching the iconic Red Fort, where Indian prime ministers typically address the nation on the country’s independence day in August. It remained unclear if the farmers -- many of whom gathered peacefully -- would seek to camp out in the middle of Delhi, or return to locations outside the city where they had been staying.“We are talking to the farmers -- we are convincing them to go back,” said Depender Pathak, special commissioner of police. “We have faith in farmers. This is an unprecedented situation.”India’s federal home ministry suspended mobile Internet services in some parts of the city where the protests were most tense. Several metro stations were also shut down.Farmer leaders called on protesters to stay peaceful, warning that any violence could hurt their cause.“For the last two months, the entire country and the world has been saying that the peaceful nature of these farmers protests is their strength,” said Yogendra Yadav, leader of Sanyukta Kisan Morcha, an umbrella organization of several dozen farm groups leading the protests. “If this peace breaks down, our strength will take a hit.”Leaders of the protests have rejected Modi’s offers to temporarily shelve the three laws passed in September that overhauled the way farm goods are sold in the country of more than 1.3 billion people, almost half of whom depend on agriculture for their livelihood. The government has defended the legislation, saying they would eliminate middlemen in state-run wholesale markets, increase earnings for farmers and make India more self-reliant.The farmers have continued to call on the government to repeal the legislation, which they say will hurt their incomes and leave them vulnerable to big corporations. While Modi’s Bharatiya Janata Party has a lock on parliament and doesn’t need to call a national vote until 2024, the protests risk hurting his appeal in state elections and could halt momentum for other reforms.Although the demonstrations have hurt the government, the scenes on Tuesday of unruly farmers may undermine their cause, according to Asim Ali, a New Delhi-based researcher at the Center for Policy Research.“This was always the danger, and it seems that it has gone out of hand,” Ali said. “This is possibly what the ruling party would have liked to see.”The tractor rallies marked the first time the protesting farmers have marched into the capital. They are mostly from the neighboring states of Punjab, Haryana, Uttarakhand and Uttar Pradesh. But they have also found support in other Indian cities, including financial centers Mumbai and Bengaluru, where protest marches have also taken place.“More than a 100,000 people with tractors have gathered here and we expect more to join us,” said Manjit Rai, 57, a farm leader coordinating entry at one of the half-dozen entry points into the capital. “People are enthusiastic about the celebrations and we are determined that we will peacefully continue to make our case.”(Updates with details throughout.)For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2021 Bloomberg L.P.
Yi Gang, the veteran central bank chief of the People's Bank of China, is no stranger to challenging questions. But when asked by the editor of the Financial Times whether a fellow Chinese regulator made a mistake in initially approving the Ant Financial IPO, he was at a loss for words.
UNEMPLOYMENT has raced past 5% the latest official figures show, with worse to come, putting pressure on the Chancellor to provide more financial relief and the Bank of England to slash interest rates below zero. Young workers in London, especially in the largely closed pub, restaurant and hotel trade are hit worst of all by a job tsunami which is the worst since the financial crisis of 2009. Analysts say many workers are in “zombie” jobs supported only by furlough schemes.
Ant Group will see results if the company follows the legal processes following the suspension of its initial public offering, according to China's central bank governor Yi Gang. Beijing has signalled that it wants to strengthen its oversight, particularly of technology firms looking to expand into the financial space, a reversal of its once laissez-faire approach. The drive has spotlighted Alibaba's fintech affiliate, Ant Group, whose record $37 billion listing was halted by Beijing in early November, with its executives called into meetings and told to expect more regulation.
Manufacturers of COVID-19 vaccines must honour their delivery obligations, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said, adding that Brussels would establish a mechanism to monitor vaccine exports from the bloc.
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India's Aadhar Housing Finance Ltd, backed by private equity firm Blackstone Group Inc, has filed for an initial public offering of up to 73 billion rupees ($999.68 million), draft papers submitted to the market regulator showed on Tuesday. The offering will comprise a fresh issue of shares worth up to 15 billion rupees by the housing financier and shares worth up to 58 billion rupees by BCP Topco VII Pte Ltd, an entity managed by Blackstone that owns 98.72% in the company. The filing follows blockbuster IPOs by Burger King India and Mrs Bectors Food Specialities in December that cashed in on a stock market rally fuelled by improving outlook for an economy hit by the pandemic.
Dublin, Jan. 26, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "Grinding Machines Market Size, Market Share, Application Analysis, Regional Outlook, Growth Trends, Key Players, Competitive Strategies and Forecasts, 2020 To 2028" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering. The most prominent factor driving the market growth is continually growing industrial manufacturing sector and revival of automotive industry worldwide.The automotive industry, especially in developed economies such as North America and Western Europe witnessed a gradual slowdown in the beginning of this decade owing to unstable economic conditions. However, with financial markets showing economic stability, the automotive industry in these regions is poised to regain its original growth levels, offering necessary push to the market growth, especially during first half of the forecast period. Thus, the ever rising industrial manufacturing across various verticals worldwide is the most significant factor propelling the market growth. Rising efforts towards maximizing manufacturing capacity is expected only spur the demand for these equipment in the coming years. Another major factor fueling the market growth is availability of wide range of machines designed to be suited across numerous critical applications. With the increasing types of designs and products, more sophisticated grinding machines are estimated to emerge in the coming years, thereby driving the overall market growth.Some of the major companies operating in the market include 3M Company, Amada Holdings Co., Ltd., ANCA Pty Ltd., Junker Group, JTEKT Toyoda Americas Corporation, L. Kellenberger & Co. AG, DANOBAT Group, Koyo Machinery USA, Inc., WMW Machinery Company, Okuma Corporation and Korber AG. Amongst these, Amada Machine Tools Company, Okuma Corporation and 3M Company form among the leading companies of the market. Grinding machines manufacturers are primarily engaged in expanding their product portfolio due to varied grinding requirement across different industry verticals. In addition, strategic partnerships and acquisition too form prominent strategies for these companies in order to expand customer base as well as geographic reach.In 2019, the overall grinding machines market worldwide was dominated by the cylindrical grinding machines segment. Cylindrical grinding machines are among the most popular grinders used across various applications such as machine tools & parts manufacturing, automotive and others. In addition, due to high cost per unit, the segment revenue becomes significantly higher as compared to other counterparts. Due to ongoing advancement, the segment is projected to retain its dominant position in the market throughout the forecast period. The segment is followed by surface and gear grinding machines segment. Similar to cylindrical grinding machines, these products too find extensive application in automotive and machine tools & parts manufacturing. Subsequently, the segments are estimated to exhibit robust growth during the forecast period.The overall grinding machines market was led by the automotive and machine tools & parts manufacturing segment, in 2019. The two segments collectively contribute to nearly 50% of the total market revenue generated worldwide. Machine tools & parts and automotive manufacturing are among the largest verticals across the overall manufacturing industry worldwide. Of these, machine tool & parts manufacturing contributes to higher share, in terms of market value. The overall expenditure on machine tools is expected to continue growing in the following years. This is the most prominent factor estimated to drive the demand for related grinding machines during the forecast period. Due to high requirement of grinding process (as compared to other applications), machine tool & parts manufacturing and automotive segments are estimated to remain the largest applications throughout the forecast period. The segments are followed by consumer goods manufacturing and aerospace & defense segments. Aerospace & defense segment is projected to register the highest growth during the forecast period.In 2019, the global grinding machine market is dominated by the Asia Pacific region contributing to more than 40% of the overall market revenue. The region is home to huge manufacturing industry across machine tools, automotive, electronics, consumer products and others. Strong anticipated growth in the manufacturing sectors of China, India, South Korea and others would continue to exhibit robust demand for machine tools in the coming years. As a result, the region is projected to retain its leading position in the market throughout the forecast period. Europe follows Asia Pacific in the overall grinding machines market. The market here is majorly governed by the U.K., Germany, France and Spain, due to their huge manufacturing sector.Key Topics Covered: Chapter 1 PrefaceChapter 2 Executive SummaryChapter 3 Market Dynamics3.1 Introduction3.1.1 Global Grinding Machines Market Value, 2018 - 20283.2 Market Dynamics3.2.1 Market Drivers18.104.22.168 Strong Industrial Manufacturing Sector Worldwide22.214.171.124 Revival Of The Automotive Industry126.96.36.199 Availability of Wide Range of Grinding Machines3.2.2 Market Restraints188.8.131.52 Fluctuating industrial sector growth may hamper the demand for grinding machines3.2.3 Impact Analysis of Drivers and Restraints3.3 Value Chain Analysis3.4 Attractive Investment PropositionChapter 4 Market Inclination Insights: Grinding Machine4.1 Overview4.1.1 Evolution of Grinding Machine4.1.2 Key Trends Analysis184.108.40.206 Product And Service Enhancement220.127.116.11 Shift Towards Automated Grinding MachinesChapter 5 Global Grinding Machines Market, By Control Type5.1 Overview5.2 Conventional Grinding Machines5.3 CNC Grinding MachinesChapter 6 Global Grinding Machines Market, By Product Type6.1 Overview6.2 Surface Grinding Machines6.3 Cylindrical Grinding Machines6.4 Tool and Cutter Grinding Machines6.5 Bench Grinding Machines6.6 Belt Grinding Machines6.7 Gear Grinding Machines6.8 Jig Grinding Machines6.9 Other Grinding MachinesChapter 7 Global Grinding Machines Market, By Application7.1 Overview7.2 Automotive Application7.3 Aerospace and Defense7.4 Electrical and Electronics Manufacturing7.6 Machine Tools and Parts Manufacturing7.7 Shipbuilding7.8 Other ApplicationsChapter 8 North America Grinding Machines Market Analysis8.1 OverviewChapter 9 Europe Grinding Machines Market AnalysisChapter 10 Asia Pacific Grinding Machines Market AnalysisChapter 11 Rest of the World (RoW) Grinding Machines Market AnalysisChapter 12 Competitive Landscape12.1.1 Market Positioning of Grinding Machine Manufacturers12.1.2 Strategies Adopted by the Leading Manufacturers18.104.22.168 New Product Development22.214.171.124 Expansion through Strategic Partnerships & Acquisitions126.96.36.199 Distribution Network ExpansionChapter 13 Company Profiles Amada Holdings Co., Ltd.3M CompanyJTEKT Toyoda Americas CorporationJunker GroupL. Kellenberger & Co. AGANCA Pty Ltd.DANOBAT GroupWMW Machinery CompanyKoyo Machinery U.S.A. Inc.Okuma CorporationKorber AG For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/r/briyw3 Research and Markets also offers Custom Research services providing focused, comprehensive and tailored research. CONTACT: CONTACT: ResearchAndMarkets.com Laura Wood, Senior Press Manager email@example.com For E.S.T Office Hours Call 1-917-300-0470 For U.S./CAN Toll Free Call 1-800-526-8630 For GMT Office Hours Call +353-1-416-8900
Morocco's health ministry has started distributing COVID-19 vaccines across the country as it prepares to become the first African state to roll out a mass immunisation programme this week. Appointments have been made for health workers and citizens are registering online to receive the vaccine in 3,000 locations, said Ben Azouz Mohammed, head of the ministry's vaccination programme. Morocco on Friday received 2 million doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine manufactured by India's Serum Institute and it expects to get 500,000 doses of vaccine from China's Sinopharm on Wednesday.
(Bloomberg) -- Oil traded near $53 a barrel in New York as concerns over the pandemic’s latest hit to demand were tempered by signs of tighter global supply.Futures in New York increased 0.5% after rising 1% on Monday. A flare-up of the coronavirus in China is threatening fuel demand during the Lunar New Year period, with the government encouraging millions not to travel to prevent the outbreak from spreading further.At the same time, output from some key nations is being pared back.Seaborne exports of Russia’s flagship Urals crude will drop by almost 20% in February from a month earlier, adding to lower Iraqi production and crimped Libyan shipments. Prompt timespreads for the U.S. benchmark and global Brent are in a bullish market structure and widening, indicating shrinking supplies.Oil has surged almost 50% since the end of October but the rally has started to falter amid concerns about a sustained recovery in global fuel demand. Vaccine coverage won’t reach a point where it will stop the transmission of the virus in the foreseeable future, the World Health Organization said on Monday.“Oil is currently balancing between future hopes, believes and convictions versus a current dire situation,” said Bjarne Schieldrop, chief commodities analyst at SEB AB. “It is a balance between current weakness versus projections and hopes for future strength.”Brent’s prompt timespread was 23 cents a barrel in backwardation -- where near-dated contracts are more expensive than later-dated ones -- compared with a 7-cent contango at the start of the month.About 1.7 billion trips are expected across China over the Lunar New Year period, down 40% from 2019, although 15% higher than last year. The travel rush, which starts on Jan. 28 this year, runs for 40 days and is normally the biggest mass movement of people around the globe as hundred of millions of Chinese jump on planes, trains and automobiles to see their extended families.For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2021 Bloomberg L.P.