Minty Bets, Jared Quay & Matt Gothard give their picks for the Bears-Titans Week 9 game on Sunday.
Minty Bets, Jared Quay & Matt Gothard give their picks for the Bears-Titans Week 9 game on Sunday.
Southwest China's Chengdu is to hold an event on innovation of international supply chain on November 30, inviting experts and executives to discuss new trends in the sector, and unleashing related opportunities as the city builds a modern logistics industry ecosystem. The event is carried out by National Business Daily.
A former Honolulu prosecutor, convicted of conspiracy in Hawaii's biggest corruption case that also took down her police chief husband, apologized for her actions in a handwritten letter to the judge Tuesday and blamed a prescription drug addiction for clouding her judgement. Katherine Kealoha is scheduled to be sentenced Monday, along with her now-estranged husband, Louis Kealoha. Filed with her letter is a certificate for completing a drug abuse prevention program at the Honolulu Federal Detention Center.
(Bloomberg) -- Global equities were on course for the best month on record as a rally picked up steam on Wednesday and cash continued to flow into cyclical sectors. The dollar held a decline.Asia-Pacific shares rose, with energy and financial stocks leading gains. S&P 500 futures pushed higher after the benchmark index closed at an all-time high and the Dow Jones Industrial Average topped 30,000 for the first time. The Treasury yield curve continued to steepen.Helping sentiment overnight was the formal start of President-elect Joe Biden’s transition, a clearer sense of his Treasury Department’s likely policy preferences under Janet Yellen and a third promising vaccine candidate. Oil held above $45 a barrel in New York. Copper reached the highest since 2014.Positive vaccine news has fueled optimism that the global economic recovery can weather a surge in coronavirus infections. The MSCI gauge of global shares is up 13% in November, set for its best month since it began in 1988. That’s despite stepped up restrictions to curb the pathogen, including in the U.S. ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday.“Looking three to six months out, we do think the recovery will maintain its momentum,” Anna Han, equity strategist at Wells Fargo Securities LLC, said on Bloomberg TV. “When you see that reflation trade coming back, it’s telling you that investors are gaining confidence in growth prospects looking forward.”Next up Wednesday comes a slew of U.S. economic indicators, from jobless claims to readings on consumer confidence and personal income.Elsewhere, Bitcoin topped $19,000 as it closed in on a record. In New Zealand, bond yields climbed to the highest since July as the case for negative interest rates wanes.Here are some key events coming up:Minutes of the most recent Federal Open Market Committee meeting are due Wednesday.U.S. jobless claims, GDP and personal spending data come Wednesday.U.K. Chancellor of the Exchequer will lay out spending plan on Wednesday.Thursday sees a policy decision and briefing from the Bank of Korea.U.S. celebrates the Thanksgiving holiday on Thursday.The week ends with Black Friday, the traditional start of the U.S. holiday shopping season.These are the main moves in markets:StocksS&P 500 Index futures added 0.5% as of 12:14 p.m. in Tokyo. The gauge rose 1.6% on Tuesday.Japan’s Topix index advanced 1.2%.Hang Seng index rose 1.7%.Shanghai Composite index was little changed.South Korea’s Kospi index gained 0.6%.Euro Stoxx 50 futures advanced 0.6%.CurrenciesThe Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index dipped 0.1%.The euro bought $1.1905, up 0.1%.The yen was at 104.51 per dollar, down 0.1%.The offshore yuan traded at 6.5749 per dollar.BondsThe yield on 10-year Treasuries rose one basis points to 0.89%.Australia’s 10-year yield climbed about four basis points to 0.93%.CommoditiesWest Texas Intermediate crude rose 1.2% to $45.44 a barrel.Gold was at $1,806.76 an ounce.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.
Japan shares rose on Wednesday, taking positive cues from Wall Street as Dow Jones benchmark scaled a record high overnight, with investor sentiment lifted by vaccine optimism and fading U.S. election uncertainty. "The overall market is rising today, and cyclical shares are being bought," said Takashi Hiroki, chief strategist at Monex Securities. The Dow Jones broke past 30,000 for the first time and the S&P 500 also closed at a record high as investors anticipated a swift economic recovery on coronavirus vaccine progress and President-elect Joe Biden's transition to the White House.
Former Valencia and Aston Villa player Carles Gil had two assists as New England sent the top-seeded Union out of the postseason.
Right now, it's hard to find a bright spot in the U.S. in terms of pandemic news. The lead up to Thanksgiving has seen the worst fears of many medical experts come true as new COVID case numbers skyrocket from coast to coast. But there is one state that has managed to keep coronavirus in check. Right now, Hawaii is the only state in the nation without "uncontrolled spread" of COVID. Read on to find out how Hawaii compares to other states, and for more on the week ahead, beware that If You're Doing This, You Won't Be Totally Safe From COVID on Thanksgiving.Based on data from CovidExitStrategy.org, which analyzes COVID metrics from across the U.S., including positive test rates and hospitalizations, the Aloha State is currently marked as yellow, which means "caution warranted." And while that may not sound like the best position to be in, as of Nov. 24, Hawaii is the only state that can currently can claim it: All other 49 states are currently marked as deep red, the highest risk level, which represents "uncontrolled spread" of the novel coronavirus.Even though Hawaii has seen a few surges of COVID cases land on its shores throughout the year, the island state has been able to keep outbreaks under control recently. According to CovidExitStrategy, new cases are down seven percent in the past two weeks, and the state has the lowest positive test rate in the U.S. at 2.1 percent. Its rate of 75 new cases per day per million people is also the lowest in the nation.Unfortunately, many states are seeing numbers on the opposite end of the spectrum. Read on to see which states are seeing the worst outbreaks as of Nov. 24, based on daily new cases, and for more on what may be in store for your neck of the woods, check out This Is How Close Your State Is to Locking Down.Read the original article on Best Life. 10 KansasNew cases per million people per day: 94714-day change in COVID cases: +35 percentAnd if you're working out your holiday plans, know that If You Have This COVID Symptom, Don't Go to Thanksgiving, Dr. Fauci Says. 9 UtahNew cases per million people per day: 1,05314-day change in COVID cases: +31 percent 8 WisconsinNew cases per million people per day: 1,10714-day change in COVID cases: +5 percentAnd for more on what's happening in your area, check out This Is How Bad the COVID Outbreak Is in Your State. 7 MontanaNew cases per million people per day: 1,11714-day change in COVID cases: +39 percent 6 MinnesotaNew cases per million people per day: 1,15214-day change in COVID cases: +40 percentAnd for more on how we might be able to wind down the pandemic, check out These Are the COVID Vaccine Side Effects Doctors Are Worried About. 5 NebraskaNew cases per million people per day: 1,17414-day change in COVID cases: +23 percent 4 South DakotaNew cases per million people per day: 1,22214-day change in COVID cases: -11 percentAnd for more on how your holiday might be different this year, check out If You Live in These States, Your Thanksgiving Gathering Has Restrictions. 3 New MexicoNew cases per million people per day: 1,27414-day change in COVID cases: +125 percentAnd for more regular COVID updates, sign up for our daily newsletter. 2 WyomingNew cases per million people per day: 1,54014-day change in COVID cases: +35 percent 1 North DakotaNew cases per million people per day: 1,59614-day change in COVID cases: -7 percentAnd for expert advice on venues you should avoid, check out 4 Places Dr. Fauci Says He Wouldn't Go Right Now.
SHANGHAI, Nov. 25, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — As e-commerce volumes soar and labor shortages continue in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, more enterprises are seeking automated robotics solutions to meet client demand and increase efficiency. Mech-Mind Robotics' intelligent industrial robots address key challenges facing industry players today with next-gen solutions that are accurate, precise, and cost-effective.
New York, New York--(Newsfile Corp. - November 24, 2020) - The Klein Law Firm announces that a class action complaint has been filed on behalf of shareholders of Credit Acceptance Corporation (NASDAQ: CACC) alleging that the Company violated federal securities laws.Class Period: November 1, 2019 and August 28, 2020Lead Plaintiff Deadline: December 1, 2020Learn more about your recoverable losses in CACC:http://www.kleinstocklaw.com/pslra-1/credit-acceptance-corporation-loss-submission-form?id=11208&from=5The filed complaint alleges that Credit Acceptance Corporation made materially false and/or misleading statements ...
World shares rallied to a record peak on Wednesday, following an overnight surge that saw the Dow Jones benchmark crack 30,000 for the first time as investors cheered a dramatically improved global outlook. The formal start of U.S. president-elect Joe Biden's transition to the White House and increasing confidence a COVID-19 vaccine would be ready soon ushered in renewed appetite for global shares. After weeks of waiting, President Donald Trump's administration on Monday cleared the way for Biden to prepare for the start of his administration, giving him access to briefings and funding.
Tourists slipped and slid down the ramparts of the Great Wall of China on November 21 as the first snow of the 2020 season arrived in Beijing.Video posted to Weibo showed people sliding down the wall while other tourists attempted to climb without falling over in the slippery conditions.Local media reported tourists embracing scenic spots in Beijing as the snow created a wintry landscape. Credit: cxjzvvv via Storyful
Asian shares rose Wednesday after the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed above 30,000 points for the first time despite an ongoing pandemic, as progress in development of coronavirus vaccines kept investors in a buying mood.
CJ McCollum did not seem to take the rap boasts of first overall pick Anthony Edwards very seriously during the latest episode of 'Load Management.'
As expectations grow that the first Covid-19 jabs will be administered in a matter of weeks, German glassmaker Schott is quietly doing what it has been for months: churning out vials that will hold the vaccine.
Eyecon, a mobile application that enhances communication by automatically adding photos to your phone dialer, contacts, and address book, has launched on AppGallery.
The company responsible for thousands of overdose deaths at the hands of its drug OxyContin pleaded guilty to federal crimes Tuesday. Purdue Pharma, owned and operated by the Sackler family while it pushed the painkilling opioid to addicts, formally admitted to the federal charges as part of a plea agreement signed in October. The settlement also requires Purdue to pay $8.3 billion to the ...
Asian markets rallied Wednesday following a blockbuster performance on Wall Street as vaccine successes and easing US political uncertainty boosted investor confidence in the economic recovery.
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(Bloomberg) -- The Philippines is opening its doors to foreign investment as it tries to bounce back from the pandemic, Trade Secretary Ramon Lopez said Wednesday, touting corporate income tax cuts and structural reforms that can withstand political successions.“We are looking forward to a much lower corporate income tax rate in the months to come,” Lopez said in an interview with Bloomberg Television’s David Ingles, citing a bill that would cut corporate tax rates from 30% to 25% to start, and eventually to 20%.“Over the years, you’ve seen how the Philippines and especially economic policies have been insulated from changes in government and administrations,” Lopez said. “Essentially, it’s one direction toward improving the business environment,” regardless of who’s in power, he said, citing efforts to reform tax incentives and offer other economic support measures.The bill, currently pending in the Senate, seeks flexibility in granting fiscal and other incentives as the Philippines competes for high-value investments. Rationalizing tax perks aims to make the system performance-based, targeted and time-bound, though some business groups have voiced concerns that it might lead to job cuts and loss of new investments.A Board of Investments campaign to woo foreigners is focusing on certain priority sectors, including automotive, aerospace, electronics, copper-nickel products, and IT and business process management. The campaign is “our way to attract our investor friends from all around the world to look into the Philippines,” Lopez said.The Philippines entered a recession this year as it grapples with the second-worst coronavirus outbreak in Southeast Asia. Consumer sentiment weakened after movement restrictions closed businesses and eliminated millions of jobs. Spending is starting to pick up lately, as evidenced by the economy’s quarter-on-quarter growth, Lopez said.Consumer confidence and the pace of recovery remain risks for the outlook, the trade chief said.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.
Gov. Doug Burgum had argued the Constitution gave him the right to appoint someone to a state House seat won by David Andahl on Nov. 3.
Dow Jones futures in were focus late Tuesday after the Dow Jones Industrial Average crossed 30,000 for the first time ever.