Apple debuted the first three Macs sporting first-party silicon at its third event in as many months.
Apple debuted the first three Macs sporting first-party silicon at its third event in as many months.
This Cyber Monday, you can save on popular board games like Monopoly, UNO, chess sets and more.
The pandemic is new, but some of these concepts are old. Winning teams tend to avoid penalties, especially dumb ones. They play smart and together. They don’t beat themselves.
(Bloomberg) -- Oil’s rally above $45 a barrel hit the brakes on Monday after OPEC talks ended without a clear stance on whether to delay an output increase in January.Futures extended losses after closing 0.4% lower in New York following news that members of the cartel rescheduled a meeting with allies to Thursday. Further talks were needed after members failed to reach an agreement among themselves. This month’s price jump has some countries questioning the need to extend production curbs that are set to expire.“Our expectations is that they do roll the cuts forward into mid-next year, but the ground is shakier, and like always, it’s about what is Saudi thinking,” said Vikas Dwivedi, a global energy strategist for Macquarie Group Ltd in Houston. “As price goes up, it’s going to be a lot more tempting for countries to try and put more production on the market.”Despite the OPEC+ tension, U.S. benchmark crude rose 27% in November, the biggest monthly increase since May, after Moderna Inc. offered the latest in a string of Covid-19 vaccine breakthroughs that are buoying the outlook for a fuel consumption rebound.Failure by OPEC+ to agree on extending output curbs would see producers restore about 1.9 million barrels a day in supply, potentially pushing the global market back into surplus at a time when demand remains depressed due to the pandemic. The alliance has been widely expected to maintain the current output level.“Getting the OPEC participants to agree shouldn’t necessarily be a tall order,” said Tom Finlon of GF International, but it doesn’t account for the rising production from Iran, Libya and Venezuela, which are exempt from the agreement. With the extra supply “in the face of coronavirus when U.S. gasoline demand is closer to 8 million barrels a day than 9 million barrels, you can’t keep the market up this high.”While a majority of OPEC watchers are expecting a three-month delay to the planned output increase, a recent price rally may complicate talks. Some producers such as Iraq -- which is seeking cash upfront for a long-term crude-supply contract -- are keen to pump more. Six of the 10 countries bound by the production agreement had not implemented their cuts in full by the end of October, according to a table prepared for the JMMC meeting.Algerian energy minister Abdelmajid Attar, who holds OPEC’s rotating presidency, said at the start of Monday’s talks that the road to recovery may be long and bumpy, urging the producer group to be cautious in the first quarter. Additionally, Saudi Arabia said it’s mulling resigning as co-chair of the OPEC+ Joint Ministerial Monitoring Committee.The recent rally in headline crude prices has been accompanied by a swift reshaping of oil’s forward curve. The spread between WTI’s nearest December contract began trading at a premium last week to the December 2022 contract. The bullish structure, known as backwardation, signals growing market expectations for the supply and demand balance to improve further out.Meanwhile, China is continuing its robust rebound from the virus-induced crash. Alongside strong manufacturing data, at least one fuel supplier is gearing up for an expected surge in air travel ahead of the Lunar New Year holiday in February. However, Indian diesel sales are slipping again, with a festive-season demand boost proving fleeting.Yet, the pace of demand recovery has varied across the world. In the U.S., gasoline demand last week was down by more than a quarter year-over-year, according to GasBuddy, as the country’s Thanksgiving holiday failed to coax Americans back onto the road. Meanwhile, Turkey announced a nationwide weekday curfew as cases surge across Europe.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.
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Goldman Sachs MLP and Energy Renaissance Fund (the "Fund") (NYSE:GER) is announcing its quarterly distribution of $0.155 per common share.1 The distribution is payable on the date noted below.
West Ham and Leeds face potentially tricky trips to lower-league opposition.
Just think of Michael Corleone closing the door on Kay at the end of “The Godfather.” The film starring Rachel Brosnahan opens in select theaters Friday and will be available on Amazon Prime Video on Dec. 11. Hart and her husband, producer Jordan Horowitz, got to work writing the script.
Spok Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ: SPOK), a global leader in healthcare communications, today announced the appointment of Kristen Lalowski as Chief Product Officer. In this role, Lalowski will be responsible for managing Spok’s portfolio of solutions through a market-driven approach, consequently driving value for customers and the company. Lalowski brings over 20 years of experience in healthcare and healthcare IT, specifically in the areas of nursing, product management and marketing, operations, sales and client services.
Kimco Realty Corp. (NYSE: KIM) will announce its fourth quarter 2020 earnings on Thursday, February 11, 2021 before market open. You are invited to listen to our quarterly earnings conference call, which will be broadcast live over the Internet on Thursday, February 11, 2021 at 8:30 AM ET.
Hess Midstream LP to Participate in Wells Fargo Virtual Midstream and Utility Symposium
“Red flags are flying,” said California Governor Gavin Newsom at the top of his Monday COVID-19 press conference. Newsom ran through the state’s dismal coronavirus numbers warning that, “If these tends continue we’re going to have to take much more dramatic, arguably drastic, action.” The governor went through projections that indicated the number of COVID […]
Stocks fell Monday as investors gave back some of last week’s gains, which sent the S&P 500 and Nasdaq to fresh record highs and the Dow above 30,000 for the first time ever.
Boeing (NYSE: BA), which has soared higher than most during the month, is losing altitude as well. It's been a tough year for Boeing, with the shares losing nearly three-quarters of their value in March on the one-two punch of continued issues with its 737 MAX and the COVID-19 pandemic's impact on airlines and air travel. The 737 MAX has been cleared for takeoff after 20 months on the ground, and positive news on a vaccine has raised hopes that airlines will recover faster than expected.
Change Healthcare announces the sale of its Capacity Management business to HealthStream.
The Nanosilica Market will grow by $ 1.63 bn during 2020-2024
(Bloomberg) -- U.S. stocks fell from records as investors assessed the prospects for risk assets after a blistering month long rally. The dollar strengthened.The S&P 500 dropped the most in more than a week, though the benchmark index still registered its best month since April. Global stocks and American small caps posted their best months on record. Broad selling sent the Dow Jones Industrial Average lower. The tech-heavy Nasdaq indexes that trailed in November fared better, briefly touching another record high on Monday. Gold slumped and Bitcoin rallied back to an all-time high.“The market may be getting tired from its very strong November and simultaneous all time highs (DJIA, S&P and Russell 2K), which could push the benchmarks into a traditional mid-December low,” said Sam Stovall, chief investment strategist at CFRA Research.Value Rotation Gives Europe a $1.7 Trillion Boost: Taking StockThe rapid pace to a coronavirus vaccine has given investors the confidence to price in a return to normalcy and faster economic growth, helping lift shares of companies that were hardest hit by the pandemic.Over the weekend, U.S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams said the federal government hopes to quickly review and approve requests from two drugmakers for emergency approval of their Covid-19 vaccines.“November has been such an unbelievable move up,” said Andrew Mies, chief investment officer of 6 Meridian. “All that is being driven by the vaccine.”Shares of Moderna Inc. surged 20% on Monday after the company said it plans to request clearance for its coronavirus vaccine in the U.S. and Europe.The MSCI World Index soared 13% in November, the best performance on record.The risk-on mood across markets has hurt demand for haven assets. Gold posted its largest monthly decline in four years. Even after gaining on Monday, the dollar slumped 2.4% in November.Oil edged lower in New York. OPEC+ began two days of potentially complicated talks to hash out the size of its oil-production cuts next year, with the group’s president calling for caution in a fragile market.Elsewhere, the MSCI Asia Pacific Index sank 1.6% on Monday, the biggest loss in a month.Bitcoin took less than three years to replicate the euphoric ascent that catapulted the cryptocurrency into the mainstream consciousness. The world’s largest digital-asset gained as much as 8.7% to $19,351, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. It traded at a few cents for several years after its late 2008 launch by an unknown software developer in the wake of the global financial crash.These are some key events coming up:The Reserve Bank of Australia holds a policy meeting on Tuesday.Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell testifies before Congress on Tuesday and Wednesday.The U.S. employment report on Friday is expected to show more Americans headed back to work in November, though at a slower pace than last month.Here are some of the main moves in markets: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.
The confusion arose after Cosenza made a triple substitution in the 75th minute but one of the outgoing players, Mirko Bruccini, did not realise he had been replaced and stayed on the pitch, according to the Corriere dello Sport and other media reports. After several minutes, the referee realised what had happened and told Bruccini to leave the pitch while Abou-Malal Ba, the player who replaced him, was booked for entering the pitch without permission. Shortly after that, Ba was booked again for a bad tackle and sent off, leaving Cosenza with ten men.
The popular Christian duo's version of "Little Drummer Boy" cracks the code of the song Christmas music fans love to hate. "When something's boring," says Joel Smallbone, "it's actually an open opportunity to do something exciting"
fuboTV Inc. (NYSE: FUBO), the leading sports-first live TV streaming platform, has appointed product veteran Mike Berkley to the role of chief product officer (CPO). Berkley joins the company effective immediately and reports directly to CEO David Gandler.
Ring Energy Announces Executive Management Changes