Yahoo Sports’ lead draft analyst Eric Edholm shares his evaluation of the Oregon offensive tackle.
Yahoo Sports’ lead draft analyst Eric Edholm shares his evaluation of the Oregon offensive tackle.
The "Global Covid-19 Vaccine Market - Analysis By Product Type, Patient Type, End User, By Region, By Country (2021 Edition): Market Insights, Competition and Forecast (2020-2030)" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
The impending relaxation of restrictions prompted an increase in clothing sales during March.
Fondsbørsmeddelelse nr. 13/2021 Indberetning af ledende medarbejderes handel med cBrain-aktier København, 23. april 2021 Per Tejs Knudsen (CEO) og Thomas Qvist (CTO) har sammen solgt en aktiepost svarende til ca. 4,2% af aktiekapitalen i cBrain. Aktierne er solgt til en mindre gruppe af institutionelle aktionærer, som vi hermed har fornøjelsen at byde velkommen i ejerkredsen. cBrain skrev historie, da selskabet i sin tid blev børsnoteret på NASDAQ-OMX. cBrains aktie er antagelig den første aktie nogensinde, som blev noteret fuldt ud via Internettet, og børsnoteringen skete i øvrigt baseret på selskabets egen software. Som følge af den Internet-baserede børsnotering har langt den største del af cBrains ejerkreds, fra børsnoteringen og frem til nu, bestået af private aktionærer, herunder medarbejdere. Samtidig har cBrain gennem årene noteret en stadig stigende interesse for selskabet, og selskabets ejerkreds tæller i dag omkring 12.000 aktionærer med aktionærer i ca. 40 lande. Vi er nu blevet kontaktet af en gruppe institutionelle aktionærer, som har ønsket at træde ind i aktien med en lidt større post. Gennem ovenstående transaktion kan vi understøtte et ønske om at øge likviditeten i aktien, samtidig med at vi kan udbrede ejerkredsen på den institutionelle side. Se vedhæftet skema for uddybning. Med venlig hilsen Per Tejs Knudsen (CEO) og Thomas Qvist (CTO) Henvendelser vedrørende denne meddelelse kan rettes til Ejvind Jørgensen, CFO, cBrain A/S, email@example.com, +45 2594 4973 Attachments Fondsbørsmeddelelse 2021-13 (flagning) Bilag til fondsbørsmeddelse 2021-13 (skema)
The government borrowed £303bn in the year to March, reflecting the cost of measures to support the economy.
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On Grey's Anatomy Thursday night, Meredith Grey reunited with her late husband Derek Shepherd, portrayed by Patrick Dempsey, during one of her dream sequences on a beach, where she has been since falling into a coma due to her long battle with COVID-19. Meredith had woken up from her COVID-induced coma in a previous episode, but on Thursday, her team discovered a blood clot in her liver, which prevented her from staying awake longer than two minutes. While some viewers were freaking out that Meredith might not ever come back, they were also thrilled to see Meredith and Derek back together again. Derek died from a tragic car accident during Season 11, and on Thursday night's episode, Meredith asked Derek, "Were you in pain?" Derek responded, "You know, the worst part was knowing they were getting it wrong. I didn't want to leave you." "Dying is exhausting. You know that point as a surgeon, you've done everything for your patient. I could try and will them to fight, will them to live, but I never understood the level of exhaustion. There comes a point where the desire to rest overrides the desire to live. You got that," Derek told Meredith. "You gave me permission to go. You told me it was okay. You got me. You gave me everything I needed until my last breath." Meredith told Derek that she too was tired. However, Derek told her, "People love you, Meredith. People need you. Your body's tired. But your soul, your soul won't even let me near you. You're still fighting." Then Grey's Anatomy gave fans, and Meredith and Derek's eldest daughter Zola, what they always wanted– a wedding. "You hate weddings," Derek told Meredith, who agreed. "I hate weddings. But I would give this to her if I could. What do you want me to promise," asked Meredith. "To torture yourself less," replied Derek. While the beach wedding was everything Grey's fans dreamed of, ultimately, Meredith told Derek that she wasn't ready to leave their children, signifying that she would once again say goodbye to the love of her life. And even though Meredith waking up was exactly what fans had asked for, they were also devastated over the fact that they had to lose Derek all over again.
The beauty company’s incoming chief executive officer shared thoughts about the past, present and future.
VANCOUVER, British Columbia, April 23, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- FAR Resources Ltd (CSE:FAT) (FSE:F0R) (OTC:FRRSF) (www.farresources.com) (“FAR Resources” or the “Company”) Far Resources Ltd. (CSE: FAT) is pleased to announce recent progress on its Winston Project in New Mexico. With recent claim staking completed, the project now totals approximately 2,900 acres and 149 claims. The additional claims were acquired following recognition that mineralization in the district is more extensive than the previously identified Little Granite and Ivanhoe-Emporia mine environs. The newly identified NV-1 vein if located on newly acquired claims in the northern part of the property. The vein was sampled along 600 metres of strike and shows strong precious metal values at surface. Results from 12 samples taken along this vein trend returned averages of 2.83ppm Au with 89.7ppm Ag. This average includes a 0.5m chip sample which returned 12.3ppm Au with 381ppm Ag. One sample taken along this vein was removed from the stated average, as it was a select-grab which returned 20.6ppm Au with 21.0ppm Ag. NV-1, 12 samples AuAg CuPbZnmin0.020.61 5.53.15max12.3381 92.4149116avg2.8389.67 364033 To date, six major auriferous veins with a traceable strike length of more than 500 metres and a maximum length of 2.6 km have been identified. This work has been greatly facilitated by the acquisition of Lidar Bare Earth Terrane data and Satellite Imagery covering the project area and surrounds. All historic and modern data is being Integrated into a 3-Dimenionsal GIS. Structure is a key component to epithermal-type gold properties. Vein mineralization is emplaced along pre-existing structural zones such as faults, fault intersections, and brecciated zones. Historic ore shoots in the Chloride District are located along zones of structural confluence and inflexions of vein geometry. With the acquisition of a high-resolution topographic model and strong ground control we are gaining an improved understanding of the structural controls to mineralization. Low sulphidation epithermal vein systems such as those at Winston generally display marked vertical zonation in mineralogy, and chemistry, including distribution of precious metals. Mineralogical and fluid inclusion studies are planned to better define the characteristics of the Winston vein systems and optimize drill-targeting. Electrical and magnetic geophysical surveys are also under consideration.A diamond core drilling program is being planned on the Ivanhoe-Emporia patented claims. This program may be extended to road-accessible targets in the northern part of the property, such as the NV-1 vein. We are excited about the progress we are making on our New Mexico Winston project. It is home to 3 historic mines for our upcoming drilling program of 12 holes on the Ivanhoe Emporia Patented Claims. We are currently completing some additional claim staking which will round out Far’s Land position to approximately 3,500 acres. Michael Feinstein, PhD, CPG, is the Qualified Person (Q.P.) responsible for the technical material contained in this document. All samples are collected and maintained in accordance with established QA/QC protocols. Analytical Services were carried out by ALS Minerals, an ISO/IEC 17025:2005 & ISO-9001:2008 accredited laboratory. About FarFAR Resources is a gold and silver exploration company focused in New Mexico USA. The Company owns the Winston Project there, a historic mining property with the potential for Bonanza-grade silver and gold. The property is steeped in history and historic samples, full data tables available at www.farresources.com/investors/. Far Resources also has its ZORO Lithium Project, in CANADA, located in the mining -friendly Snow Lake region of Manitoba and containing numerous known lithium deposits. The Company also holds a 60% stake in the Hidden Lake Lithium Project in the Northwest Territories. Information ContactJohn Gammack,President and CEOFar Resources Ltd.+1 (604) 374-5561 The Canadian Securities Exchange has neither approved nor disapproved the contents of this news release and accepts no responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy hereof. Forward Looking StatementsThis news release may contain forward-looking statements, which relate to future events or future performance, including planned exploration, and reflect management’s current expectations and assumptions. Such forward-looking statements reflect management’s current beliefs and are based on assumptions made by and information currently available to the company. Readers are cautioned that these forward looking statements are neither promises nor guarantees, and are subject to risks and uncertainties that may cause future results to differ materially from those expected. All of the forward-looking statements made in this news release are qualified by these cautionary statements and those in our continuous disclosure filings available on SEDAR at www.sedar.com. These forward-looking statements are made as of the date hereof and the company does not assume any obligation to update or revise them to reflect new events or circumstances save as required under applicable securities legislation. This news release does not constitute an offer to sell securities and the company is not soliciting an offer to buy securities in any jurisdiction in which such offer, solicitation or sale would be unlawful prior to registration or qualification under the securities laws of such jurisdiction.
JAB is pleased to welcome Lubomira Rochet to the JAB Partnership, effective June 1, 2021. Based in London, Ms. Rochet is a recognized digital leader and business transformer with extensive global experience across multiple industries. She joins JAB following seven years at L'Oréal, where she served as Chief Digital Officer and a member of the Executive Committee.
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N'DJAMENA (Reuters) - Chadian rebels said on Friday their command centre was bombed overnight in an attempt to kill their leader, hours ahead of the funeral of President Idriss Deby who was killed on the frontline on Monday. The rebels have this month swept south across the desert from their bases in Libya towards N'Djamena, and say they are around 200-300 km (125-190 miles) from the Chadian capital. They called a temporary ceasefire to allow Friday's funeral for Deby to take place.
Much of the data around a coronavirus variant identified in India is incomplete, scientists say.
(Bloomberg) -- Tod’s SpA rose as much as 16% after luxury French fashion house LVMH boosted its stake in Tod’s SpA to 10%, fueling speculation that the troubled Italian shoemaker may become a takeover target.Chief Executive Officer Diego Della Valle sold a further 6.8% of Tod’s capital, for 33.10 euros ($39.77) per share to LVMH via a company it controls, Tod’s said in a statement Thursday on behalf of Della Valle. The Paris-based owner of Louis Vuitton already held a 3.2% stake.“The friendship with Diego Della Valle and his family goes back over 20 years,” LVMH CEO Bernard Arnault said in the statement.“This may represent an excellent reason to consider further opportunities to be taken in the future ahead,” said Della Valle, who still owns about 64% of Tod’s after this transaction. Jefferies analyst Flavio Cereda said this move may prompt speculation LVMH could take a further stake in the company.The pandemic has had different effects on luxury groups, with some like LVMH and Hermes showing incredible resilience thanks to their greater presence in Asia, a more diverse product offering and their accelerated move to sell online.Tod’s revenue last year slid by 30% compared to LVMH’s 16% drop. Tod’s has also suffered from its over reliance on European markets which with Italy represented almost half of its revenue last year. Europe has been the most negatively impacted region with many luxury stores still closed, over a year after the start of the pandemic.The Italian group owns brands like Tod’s known for its suede gommino loafers as well as Roger Vivier that’s behind formal city pumps, both classical and formal designs that shoppers have turned away from during the pandemic as they switched to more casual and comfortable sneakers.LVMH now is “stronger partner” for Tod’s, which is still in need of a “serious” turnaround, Citigroup analyst Thomas Chauvet wrote in a note.Tod’s shares soared earlier this month after it appointed Italian fashion influencer and entrepreneur Chiara Ferragni as a director, a development welcomed by some analysts as Tod’s seeks to revamp its brand and attract younger customers.LVMH was little changed in Paris trading on Friday. The company, which completed the acquisition of the U.S. jeweler Tiffany this year, has been gaining market share in the wake of the crisis sparked by the pandemic.(Updates with context on Tod’s, analyst comments 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.
(Bloomberg) -- Steel futures in China reached new highs as investors weighed the nation’s commitment to lowering production against its strong demand.Rebar in Shanghai climbed to the highest level since futures began trading in 2009, while hot-rolled coil closed at a more than seven-year high. Both advanced over 3% this week as Mysteel Global reported Handan city in Hebei province planned to curb output, while some mills in the Fengrun area of Tangshan halted production from Thursday.Chinese authorities and the steel sector have pledged to lower output from last year’s record, with Tangshan already facing a slew of restrictions amid the push to control emissions. Despite these efforts, crude steel production neared a record in March, while rebar inventories declined for a sixth consecutive week, signaling strength in demand amid the construction season.In the iron ore market, some supply risks emerged in Brazil as an environmental authority ordered Vale SA to halt operations at its Ilha da Guaiba export terminal in Rio de Janeiro state over permitting breaches, but hours later, another agency gave the green light to continue. Earlier, this week the iron ore giant reported less-than-expected production in the first quarter.“Vale kept its annual guidance of 315-335Mt, although it is tracking toward the lower end of it,” according to Sharon Mustri, an analyst at BloombergNEF. “This means prices may continue to rally and the seaborne market could fail to meet strong Chinese demand.”Iron ore futures in Singapore were on course for a fourth weekly gain, with prices rising 1.2% to $181.10 a ton by 3:04 p.m. local time Friday. Contracts in Dalian closed 1.2% higher.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.
GiffGaff, Tesco Mobile and Sky Mobile score highest on the Which? annual customer survey.