Pete Montzingo is a musician and TikTok influencer who's best known for the videos he makes when he teams up with his mom.
Pete Montzingo is a musician and TikTok influencer who's best known for the videos he makes when he teams up with his mom.
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The net asset value (NAV) of Baltic Horizon Fund (the Fund) unit at end of April 2021 amounted to EUR 1.1422 per unit. Compared to the previous month, NAV per unit decreased by -0.33%. The NAV decrease was mainly affected by declared distribution to unitholders of EUR 1.3 million. Eliminating declared dividend distribution, the NAV increase from operating performance during the month would have been +0.63% compared to the previous month. EPRA NRV as of 30 April 2021 was EUR 1.2241 per unit, corresponding to a decrease of -0.35% over the last month. The total net asset value of the Fund was EUR 136.7 million at the end of April 2021. Consolidated net rental income for April 2021 amounted to EUR 1.5 million, corresponding to a net rental income increase of EUR 0.1 million compared to the previous month (EUR 1.4 million in March 2021) due to the reduced impact of COVID-19 related discounts. The impact of discounts was reduced due to the reopening of Domus PRO and Europa shopping centres in Lithuania. The Fund earned an unaudited consolidated net profit of EUR 0.8 million in April 2021. The portfolio occupancy rate as of 30 April 2021 stood strong at 94.3%. Overall rent collection remained commendable with 85% of invoiced rent collected to date for the 2021 financial year. At the end of April 2021, the Fund’s consolidated cash and cash equivalents amounted to EUR 11.7 million (31 December 2020: EUR 13.3 million) which demonstrates sufficient liquidity and financial flexibility. The Fund continues to generate stable positive cash flow from operations despite rent reliefs granted to tenants during the second COVID-19 wave in the Baltics. Trade receivables slightly increased over the month and reached EUR 2.2 million at the end of April 2021. The Fund’s management team actively monitors the rent collection rates and keeps ongoing communication with the tenants. As of 30 April 2021, the total consolidated assets of the Fund stood at EUR 356.4 million (31 December 2020: EUR 355.6 million). The Fund has invested an additional EUR 0.2 million into ongoing constructions of Meraki office buildings during April 2021. Additional information: Tarmo Karotam Baltic Horizon Fund manager E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org www.baltichorizon.com The Fund is a registered contractual public closed-end real estate fund that is managed by Alternative Investment Fund Manager license holder Northern Horizon Capital AS. Both the Fund and the Management Company are supervised by the Estonian Financial Supervision Authority. Distribution: GlobeNewswire, Nasdaq Tallinn, Nasdaq Stockholm, www.baltichorizon.com
The NHL has asked the Canadian government for a decision by June 1 about U.S. teams crossing the border during the Stanley Cup Playoffs, ESPN reported Friday. The Canadian teams played only each other during the 2020-21 season in a revamped North Division because of the COVID-19 pandemic, and that will continue during the first two rounds of the playoffs.
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Marvel superhero Black Panther went on display at Madame Tussauds in London on Friday, the latest addition at the wax figure museum ahead of its re-opening next week. The king of the fictional Wakanda is dressed in his distinctive Black Panther suit, with an inbuilt "vibranium effect" which makes the outfit light up in purple when visitors touch it. Vibranium is the metal mined in Wakanda in the Marvel comic.
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(Bloomberg) -- The group of rich government creditors known as the Paris Club is willing to delay a $2.4 billion debt payment from Argentina due this month if the nation meets certain conditions, potentially averting a damaging default, according to three people with direct knowledge of negotiations.The club will spare Argentina from default if it misses the May 31 payment in the hope that the country can rework a $45 billion credit with the International Monetary Fund, said one of the people, who asked not to be named because the talks are private. An agreement with the IMF may not come until after Argentina’s midterm elections later this year, the person said, declining to specify the conditions that the group is demanding.The Paris Club secretariat declined to comment, citing its policy not to publicly discuss ongoing negotiations. Argentina’s economy ministry press office didn’t reply to a request of comment.Argentina’s President Alberto Fernandez extended his European tour to meet IMF Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva in Rome on Friday in a bid to drum up support for a delay and renegotiations with the IMF. Argentina has formally asked the Paris Club for more time to make the payment and is expecting to receive a response by the end of the month.Georgieva said in a statement that the face-to-face gathering was “very positive” and that she will consult IMF members on the country’s request for a reform to the organization’s surcharge policy.“The goal is to reach an agreement as soon as possible, though we can’t be thinking of an accord that demands greater efforts from the Argentine people,” Fernandez said after the meeting, which lasted over an hour at the Sofitel hotel in Rome.Argentina dollar-denominated bonds due 2030 edged up 0.4 cents to 35.2 cents on the dollar and bonds due 2038 rose 0.6 cents to 37.3 cents on the dollar, the most in two months. The Argentine peso, which is managed by authorities through capital controls, lost almost 11% this year in the second biggest depreciation among emerging market currencies.Read More: Argentina Urges IMF to Suspend Surcharges on $45 Billion LoanThe deadline comes at a difficult time for the administration in Buenos Aires, with the country in its third year of recession, inflation approaching 50% and unemployment over 10%. While analysts’ estimates of its cash reserves vary, some calculations have put them near zero since September of 2020, limiting Argentina’s capacity to meet its international obligations.International PariahThe temporary Paris Club waiver aims to ease the economic ravages wrought by the pandemic, but it needs to be tied to conditions so it doesn’t turn into a habit, said one of the sources. Argentina has defaulted on its overseas debt nine times in its history.“Nobody wants Argentina to become an international pariah again,” said Rodrigo Olivares-Caminal, a professor in banking and finance law at Queen Mary University of London. “A default would be negative for Argentina and its creditors. But I’m concerned about Argentina’s endemic balance of payment problem.”In May 2014, Argentina reached a deal with the Paris Club to repay a $9.7 billion debt after 13 years in default. The debt was supposed to be repaid over a five-year period, but the country’s latest financial troubles delayed the final payments due this month. Creditors include the U.K., Italy, Spain and Canada.A Paris Club rule known as a “conditionality principle” states that the group only negotiates debt restructuring with debtors that have “a demonstrated track record of implementing reforms under an IMF program,” according to the group’s website. Argentina ceased following guidelines from a program with the IMF after a change of administration in late 2019, and talks for a new plan have stalled.Read More: Paris Club Seizes Pandemic Opportunity to Reclaim Lost Influence(Adds comments from the IMF’s Georgieva in fifth paragraph, updates market reaction in seventh paragraph)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.
Olivia Rodrigo is a very familiar name after her single "Drivers License" went pretty much viral - so much so that Saturday Night Live did a hilarious skit back in February that had even Rodrigo herself impressed. Fast-forward to May, and Rodrigo's performed the chart-topping track at this year's BRIT Awards ceremony, sounding absolutely incredible.
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RBC Capital Markets Virtual Global Healthcare Conference Fireside Chat at 11:30 a.m. ET on May 19 Oppenheimer Rare & Orphan Disease Summit presentation on May 21 PITTSBURGH, May 14, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- NeuBase Therapeutics, Inc. (Nasdaq: NBSE) (“NeuBase”), a biotechnology company accelerating the genetic revolution with a new class of precision genetic medicines, announced today that Dietrich A. Stephan, Ph.D., Chief Executive Officer of NeuBase, will participate in a virtual fireside chat at the RBC Capital Markets Virtual Global Healthcare Conference, as well as present a corporate overview and business update at the Oppenheimer Rare & Orphan Disease Summit, which are both being held in May 2021. Conferences Details: Event:RBC Capital Markets Virtual Global Healthcare ConferenceFormat:Fireside ChatDate:Wednesday, May 19thTime:11:30 a.m. ETLocation:Webcast Link – or at the company’s website (click here) Event:Oppenheimer Rare & Orphan Disease SummitFormat:PresentationDate:Friday, May 21stLocation:Webcast Link – or at the company’s website (click here) About NeuBase TherapeuticsNeuBase is accelerating the genetic revolution by developing a new class of precision genetic medicines which can be designed to increase, decrease, or change gene function, as appropriate, to resolve genetic defects that drive disease. NeuBase’s targeted PATrOL™ therapies are centered around its proprietary drug scaffold to address genetic diseases at the DNA or RNA level by combining the highly targeted approach of traditional genetic therapies with the broad organ distribution capabilities of small molecules. With an initial focus on silencing disease-causing mutations in debilitating neurological, neuromuscular, and oncologic disorders, NeuBase is committed to redefining medicine for the millions of patients with both common and rare conditions. To learn more, visit www.neubasetherapeutics.com. NeuBase Investor Contact:Dan FerryManaging DirectorLifeSci Advisors, LLCDaniel@lifesciadvisors.com OP: (617) 430-7576 NeuBase Media Information: Jessica Yingling, Ph.D.Little Dog Communications Inc.(858) email@example.com
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(Bloomberg) -- Investors in exchange-traded funds are abandoning junk bonds as riskier assets come under pressure from inflation fears.About $1.2 billion was pulled from BlackRock’s iShares iBoxx High Yield Corporate Bond (HYG) on Thursday in its worst day of outflows since February 2020, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. Traders have withdrawn about $5.6 billion from the ETF so far in 2021, putting it on track for its worst year since its inception in 2007. Meanwhile, the rival $9.6 billion SPDR Bloomberg Barclays High Yield Bond fund (JNK) is on pace for its second week of outflows, totaling more than $970 million.With interest rates at rock-bottom lows, investors had previously favored the high-yield market. But that calculation could now be changing, said Matt Maley, chief market strategist for Miller Tabak + Co.“Investors are taking some risk out of their portfolio,” he said. “With inflation fears growing, that means the yields on some safer assets will be rising as well. That will provide at least some competition for a high-yield market that hasn’t seen any competition for a long time.”Riskier assets have fallen out of favor as inflation could prove persistent enough to force the Federal Reserve to tighten its policy sooner than previously anticipated. The S&P 500 is on pace for its third-largest weekly decline of the year.Short interest as a percentage of shares outstanding on JNK has climbed to more than 33%, the highest in at least a decade, according to data from IHS Markit. Such bearish bets have also risen to over 30% for HYG, the highest since March.But high-yield debt tends to perform well during economic recoveries, so the recent outflows suggest “unfounded fear,” said James Pillow, managing director at Moors & Cabot Inc. HYG and JNK both rose about 0.3% on Friday as of 12:30 p.m. in New York.“A capitulation signal, that’s what it was,” he said. “Credit spreads remain tight, showing no signs of longer-term deterioration. Even emerging market credit spreads remain well behaved. So, short-term capitulation, that’s all.”The following are HYG’s biggest holdings as of May 12:(Updates with current prices in seventh paragraph.)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.