If there was any lingering home for the cable television industry, it's being wiped away this year.
Hail storms hit several locations in Queensland’s south-east on October 31 as the Bureau of Meteorology issued ‘life-threatening’ storm warnings.Hailstones as large as 13 centimetres, or five inches, were recorded in Brisbane’s suburbs, with hail also expected to fall in the Gold Coast, Logan and Ispwich areas.This video shows golf-ball sized hail falling and bouncing off the road and the lawns of houses in a Gold Coast suburb. Credit: Nate Anastasi via Storyful
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday said the truth of last year's Pulwama terror attack, in which 40 CRPF personnel were killed, has been accepted in Pakistan Parliament.
Country diary: boulderers make the most of the rocky terrain. Llanberis, Gwynedd: They felt at the initial holds, arms taking their weight, toes stabbing at edges and pockets that might afford some lift
Joe Biden intensified his attacks Friday on President Donald Trump as they battled over the American Midwest, chasing every last vote with four days to go in a region that propelled the Republican to victory in 2016.
Leeds head into the game against Leicester seeking their fourth win of the league campaign but face a potentially tricky test at home with Vardy in fine form, netting six goals from five league games, including the winner at Arsenal last time out. Leeds skipper Liam Cooper is available for selection after shaking off a groin problem, but Diego Llorente (groin) and Kalvin Phillips (shoulder) will miss out through injury.
Ivory Coast votes in a tense election on Saturday after an opposition boycott and clashes over President Alassane Ouattara's contested attempt to secure a third term.
Thank you for joining us for RBC Bearings fiscal 2021 second quarter earnings conference call. With me on the call today are Dr. Michael J. Hartnett, Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer; Daniel A. Bergeron, Director, Vice President and Chief Operating Officer; and Robert Sullivan, Vice President and Chief Financial Officer.
At this time, it's my pleasure to turn the floor over to Ms. Claudia Bustamante, Investor Relations Manager. Joining me on the call today is Mr. Humberto Nadal, our Chief Executive Officer and Mr. Manuel Ferreyros, our Chief Financial Officer. Mr. Nadal will begin our call with an overview of the quarter focusing primarily on our strategic outlook for the short term and medium term.
TEF earnings call for the period ending September 30, 2020.
Now, with infections on the rise, economists say many voters may be weighed by a gloomy outlook when deciding whether to back the incumbent president, Republican Donald Trump, or his challenger, Democrat Joe Biden. "I would think the overall mood of the voter going in is not joyous right now," said Kathy Bostjancic, chief U.S. financial economist for Oxford Economics. The economic data released this week largely beat expectations and showed incomes are rising, consumers are spending more and output is increasing.
Two Goldman Sachs Group Inc money-market funds, whipsawed in March by billions of dollars of investor withdrawals, have steadily amassed a liquidity cushion much larger than rivals, as the $4.35 trillion industry braces for the outcome of the U.S. presidential election and another global surge in coronavirus cases. “We actively manage liquidity in our funds as dictated by the market environment,” Goldman said in an email statement. Average weekly liquidity at about 111 U.S. prime institutional money-market funds, like the Goldman funds, was 66% at the end of September, up from 54% in the year-ago period, a Reuters analysis of U.S. regulatory filings show.
Commercial Vehicle Cabin Market is poised to experience spend growth of more than USD 11 billion between 2020-2024 at a CAGR of over 3.65%.
(Bloomberg) -- An official gauge of activity in China’s manufacturing industry fell slightly in October, while consumer spending helped to lift services output, suggesting the economic recovery remains on track.The manufacturing purchasing managers’ index in October eased to 51.4 from 51.5 in the previous month, according to data released by the National Bureau of Statistics Saturday -- largely in line with the 51.3 median estimate in a Bloomberg survey of economistsThe non-manufacturing gauge climbed to 56.2 from September’s 55.9, higher than the median forecast of 56. Readings above 50 indicate improving conditions from the previous monthKey InsightsThe data shows a steady momentum in China’s economic recovery, with industrial production stable and global demand and consumption continuing to pick up. The manufacturing PMI has now been above the 50 mark for eight consecutive monthsFactory output was likely affected by the longer-than-usual golden week holiday in October. At the same time, the holiday gave a boost to consumer spending, especially on travel, helping to buoy the non-manufacturing sector, which includes services and constructionWhile China’s domestic demand is improving, the global environment is becoming more uncertain. A resurgence in Covid-19 cases in some of China’s key markets may weigh on the outlook as countries like Germany and France return to various forms of lockdown. China’s early economic indicators showed mixed signals for the recovery in October“The second wave of Covid-19 outside China could bolster China’s exports, but may also delay the full recovery of China’s services sector, as Beijing still needs to stay alert,” Nomura Holdings Inc. economists, led by Ting Lu, wrote in a note. “An extended pandemic may eventually dampen demand for China’s exports if the purchasing power in overseas economies diminishes and they adjust their manufacturing to the new normal”What Bloomberg Economics Says...“The data suggest there is no urgency for the government to add fresh stimulus by year-end, though we expect an easing bias to be maintained. The only tarnish on an otherwise solid set of data was a drop in the PMI for small companies, which slipped back into contractionary territory.”\-- Chang Shu, chief Asia economistClick here to read the full report.Get MoreA sub-index of new export orders for factories climbed to 51 from 50.8 in September, while new orders were unchangedA sub-index of manufacturing employment eased to 49.3 from 49.6 in September, while non-manufacturing employment rose to 49.4China Federation of Logistics and Purchasing analyst Zhang Liqun said in a statement that 40% of companies cited weak market demand as still a major challenge, while more than 30% highlighted rising prices for raw material and high labor costs(Updates with comment from economists and additional details.)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.
It's been a tough year for the NBA. Things might be about to get tougher.
The pair have starred together in seven films.
Powerful earthquake rocks Turkish coast and Greek islandsAt least 26 deaths reported after quake strikes İzmir in Turkey and Greek island of Samos
England are odds-on favourites to lift the trophy, although Ireland and third-placed France can also win the tournament that was rescheduled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The simplest route to the title for England is a bonus-point victory over Italy coupled with Ireland failing to beat France.
"Thousands" of supporters were "injured" because they couldn't see him at a campaign rally in Rochester, Trump complained.
The response to the coronavirus pandemic is a central theme as Australia’s tourist-popular Queensland state votes for a new government Saturday in an expected close race between the incumbent premier and an opposition challenger. In a trend following that of next week’s U.S. presidential election, more than 1.65 million of 3.3 million eligible voters in the so-called Sunshine State voted ahead of election day. Voting at all levels of government in Australia — federal, state and municipal — is compulsory.
Cement Market is poised to experience spend growth of more than USD 68 billion between 2020-2024 at a CAGR of over 3.63%.