Fearless Forecast Week 11: 8 Rec, 76 Total Yds
Projected Points: 11.6
Fearless Forecast Week 11: 8 Rec, 76 Total Yds
Projected Points: 11.6
The on-loan Everton forward last netted for Saints against MK Dons as a 16-year-old.
For the first time in its storied history, the Hugo Awards will honor a video game.
Buffalo Bills tight end Tommy Sweeney will miss the remainder of the season after being diagnosed with an inflamed heart, which is considered a COVID-19 aftereffect. Coach Sean McDermott provided the update on Monday as the Bills (7-3) returned from their bye week to prepare to host the Los Angeles Chargers (3-7) this weekend. McDermott said a team doctor discovered Sweeney had myocarditis during an examination to determine whether he could resume practicing.
Say this for the Cleveland Browns, version 2020: They're a resilient bunch. “You have seen adversity roll in in a variety of ways this season, and our guys have not blinked,” coach Kevin Stefanski said Monday, one day after the Browns beat the Philadelphia Eagles despite not having dominating rusher Myles Garrett. On Sunday, Cleveland's defense showed it's more than a one-man show by rising to the challenge and excelling without Garrett, who will also miss this week's game at Jacksonville as he recovers from the coronavirus.
New York, New York--(Newsfile Corp. - November 23, 2020) - Rosen Law Firm, a global investor rights law firm, reminds purchasers of the securities of Precigen, Inc. f/k/a Intrexon Corporation (NASDAQ: PGEN) (NASDAQ: XON) between May 10, 2017 and September 25, 2020, inclusive (the "Class Period"), of the important December 4, 2020 lead plaintiff deadline in the securities class action commenced by the firm. The lawsuit seeks to recover damages for Precigen f/k/a ...
In Monday's rally, new Bitcoin play PayPal cleared early buy points. Tesla and other EV plays soared. Apple broke key support.
The Michigan board responsible for certifying the state’s election results has approved the votes from the 2020 election, despite Donald Trump’s attempts to undermine the outcome and delay president-elect Joe Biden’s transition to the White House. A vote to certify the results moves Mr Biden closer to receiving the swing state’s 16 electoral college votes. During a public hearing on Monday before the four-member board’s approval, a Republican member of the Michigan Board of State Canvassers deflected a GOP lawyer’s call to delay and audit the results.
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GAMCO Investors, Inc. ("GAMCO") (NYSE: GBL) announced today that its Board of Directors approved a special dividend of $0.90 per share to all of its Class A and Class B shareholders, payable on December 15, 2020 to its shareholders of record on December 4, 2020.
(Bloomberg) -- More than seven months after starting a bull market rally, Canada’s stock market has finally turned positive for the year. The S&P/TSX Composite Index climbed 0.3% on Monday in intraday trade, clawing its way back into the green for 2020. Earlier this year, the Covid-19 outbreak sent the index down 37%. The Canadian benchmark rose above the 17,063.43 level on an intraday basis today as vaccine progress buoyed investor sentiment.This has been a year for the history books. As quickly as the Canadian market plunged into bear-market territory in March, it surged even more rapidly into a bull zone as governments and central banks reacted with stimulus programs.Since its March 23 bottom, the S&P/TSX Composite Index recouped about C$893 billion ($683 billion) in market value -- with plenty of bumps along the way.Stock bulls have a lot to point to: promising vaccine results, the end of U.S. elections, signs of an economic recovery, better-than-expected quarterly profits and general corporate optimism that the worst of the crisis is over.For the naysayers, fresh waves of virus cases around the world, including partial lockdowns in some major cities, means global growth could be painfully slow with international trade nowhere near where it was before Covid-19. Meanwhile, U.S. fiscal stimulus talks have stalled and getting a vaccine approved and delivered to Americans could take until spring or summer next year, at the earliest.Put it all together and there are plenty of reasons to expect a bumpy ride. Canada’s stock market, laden with value plays, stands to gain a lot from an effective vaccine delivered next year. But it could still be volatile with the potential for a split House and Senate and no U.S. fiscal package in sight.Here’s a look at what propped up Canada’s stock market and what held it back:TechnologyDespite a small weighting on the S&P/TSX Composite, tech stocks have been the best performers this year as investors sought companies that would do better in a scarred global economy where most people continue to work from home and more shop online.Shopify Inc. has had a blistering run with its shares more than doubling as a flood of merchants focused on e-commerce during the coronavirus pandemic. That has made it the most valuable firm on the Toronto benchmark, surpassing the market stalwart Royal Bank of Canada. Supply chain software provider Kinaxis Inc. and network provider for the real estate industry Real Matters Inc. have also surged 80% and 60% respectively.Read more: Meet the Other Tech Companies Propping Up Canada’s Stock MarketAt almost 10% of the Canadian benchmark, the tech sector’s impact is still small compared to the nation’s banks, miners and energy companies. So while its shares have surged this year, helping offset some losses on the benchmark, its epic rally hasn’t helped the TSX in the same manner that FAANG stocks have for the S&P 500, now up 11% so far this year.GoldWorsening virus projections and fears of a widening economic slowdown propelled the price of precious metals to record highs this year. In a pandemic-struck world, awash in stimulus from central banks and governments, the attraction of a hard asset that carries no counterparty risk proved difficult to ignore.That helped the S&P/TSX Materials Index, home to more than 30 Canada-based precious metals miners, surge 15% this year, making it the second-best performing group after tech. Making up 14% of the broader Canadian benchmark, the group has even surpassed energy. It now has the second-biggest weighting in the benchmark -- a first since 2004, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.Read more: An Old Idea Sparkles in Canada’s Stock Market on New Virus WoesETFsInvestors have also been flooding back into exchange traded funds at levels not seen since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic. Equity funds have attracted net flows of C$19.7 billion as of the end of October, making up 58% of total capital into Canadian ETFs this year, according to data compiled by National Bank of Canada. An influx of C$22.4 billion in the first half of the year was more than double the amount in the same period last year.The StalwartsFinancial stocks, which include banks, insurers and asset managers, make up more than 30% of the S&P/TSX Composite Index and have lagged the record-breaking comeback on the benchmark since the March-low. While the sector has reversed some of its losses amid optimism on vaccine progress, it’s still in the red this year.The Big Six banks are slated to report in a couple of weeks and strong profit growth or an improving outlook for loan losses, which would suggest a solid economic recovery, could give the equity market another lift.(Corrects percentage decline in index in second paragraph.)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.
New York governor Andrew Cuomo is planning to host his 89-year-old mother for Thanksgiving, despite urging residents to be cautious with their holiday plans amid an uptick of coronavirus cases in various parts of the state.The governor revealed his holiday plans in a Monday interview with Alan Chartock of WAMC radio, based in Albany. Earlier on Monday, Cuomo told reporters at a press conference that residents could feel “spiritually together” even if they’re separated physically while attempting to mitigate coronavirus spread.“We’re going to be alone physically but we are spiritually together celebrating in a way that is even deeper than just the proximate location of sitting next to someone,” Cuomo said.At age 89, Cuomo’s mother Matilda is in a high-risk group for complications should she catch coronavirus. However, the governor will attempt to have Thanksgiving with her.“The story is, my mom is going to come up and two of my girls,” Cuomo told Chartock. “But the plans [may] change.”Coronavirus-infection rates are rising across New York for the first time since the pandemic slammed the state in March and April. New York’s seven-day average coronavirus positivity rate is currently 2.93 percent, driven by outbreaks in Long Island, outer boroughs of New York City, and even some counties in central and western New York. Medical officials in New York as well as the federal government have advised against traveling or large family gatherings for Thanksgiving.Also on Monday, Cuomo celebrated his reception of an Emmy award for his televised press briefings during March and April.
President-elect Joe Biden will nominate former Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen to head the US Treasury, a choice that, if confirmed by the Senate, would make her the first woman in the job.
Biden seen likely to continue moratorium, Trump-linked office tower sales fail to materialize for now, online shopping and the impact on CRE, and a tale of two retail REITs. As President-elect Joe Biden prepares to enter the White House, he and his administration are weighing a number of economic measures to take in their initial days and weeks. Among these, according to a report in The New York Times, is an extension on the moratoriums on evictions and foreclosures.
The wife of McFly's Tom Fletcher said she hoped the singer didn't mind her first kiss wasn't with him.
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The 27-year-old Lions prop moved to Bristol from boyhood club Harlequins earlier this year.
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Thank you for standing by and welcome to the Niu Technologies Third Quarter 2020 Earnings Conference Call. Now, I will turn the call over to Mr. Jason Yang, Investor Relations Manager of Niu Technologies. Welcome to today's conference call to discuss Niu Technologies' results for the third quarter 2020.
The Champions League has been Barcelona's safe haven this season, so much so that the club will leave Lionel Messi at home for Tuesday's match in Ukraine. Barcelona coach Ronald Koeman is resting Messi and midfielder Frenkie de Jong for the game against Dynamo Kyiv, when the Catalan club can secure a spot in the knockout stage for the 17th straight season. ''Neither Leo nor Frenkie are traveling,'' Koeman said Monday.