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Britain's biggest aerospace employers, including Rolls-Royce Holdings and Airbus, have urged the business secretary to step into the crisis engulfing the steel tycoon Sanjeev Gupta amid fears of a global shortage of specialist materials. Sky News has learnt that the industry association ADS has written to Kwasi Kwarteng to highlight its members' reliance on the specialist steels produced by Mr Gupta's GFG Alliance group at its UK plants. In the letter, which was sent last week by the ADS interim chief executive Kevin Craven, Mr Kwarteng was told that the industry had become deeply concerned about the continuity of steel supply required for its members' engineering and manufacturing operations to continue.
The "Maintaining Brand Loyalty as Digital Channels Thrive Amidst the COVID-19 Pandemic" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
Wall Street will be focused on Coinbase Wednesday with the digital currency exchange becoming a publicly traded company. Coinbase is making its initial public offering of stock with cryptocurrency chatter seemingly everywhere, even at the U.S. Federal Reserve. “The Coinbase IPO is potentially a watershed event for the crypto industry and will be something the Street will be laser focused on to gauge investor appetite,'" Wedbush analyst Daniel Ives wrote this week.
Foxtons faces backlash by shareholders over CEO’s near-£1m bonus. London estate agent criticised after taking almost £7m of government Covid support
Organicell and Oklahoma State University Enter Into Agreement To Study Zofin in Respiratory Diseases Caused By Virus Infections Of Pandemic Potential.
1847 Goedeker Inc. (NYSE American: GOED) ("Goedekers" or the "Company"), a one-stop e-commerce destination for appliances and furniture, and Appliances Connection, a leading appliance retailer under a definitive agreement to be acquired by the Company, are pleased to report continued strong order growth in March.
Pyramid Biosciences, Inc., a Boston-based, clinical-stage biotechnology company, today announced two new appointments to its leadership team.
Children who spend a greater amount of time in front of screens eat less fruit and vegetables and more sweets and fast food, according to a new study. Researchers from the University of Malaga in Spain investigated how the amount of time children and adolescents spent looking at screens - computers, mobile phones, televisions, and tablets - adversely affected their eating habits and their adherence to a Mediterranean diet. The findings showed that a greater amount of screen time is associated with a lower consumption of fruit, vegetables, legumes, fish and nuts - the foundations of the Mediterranean diet - and a greater consumption of sweets, candy, and fast food. They also discovered evidence to further support the assertion that a child's parents' education level affects their eating habits, with a lower education level being associated with worse lifestyles and poorer diets among youngsters as well as little knowledge of nutrition. "The Mediterranean diet is one of the most complete, balanced and healthy diets, as it prevents obesity and represents a life assurance against cardiovascular diseases", said Julia Wärnberg, researcher of the University of Malaga, nutrition expert, and main author of the study. The researchers insist that it's important to promote this diet and encourage children and adolescents to follow it as it will help maintain good eating habits, reduce the probability of childhood and adolescent obesity and enhance their health in adulthood. The research is part of the PASOS Study - Physical Activity, Sedentarism, lifestyles and Obesity in Spanish youth - which analysed more than 3,800 children aged between eight to 16 years old from more than 200 schools across Spain. The findings were published in the Journal of Clinical Medicine.
Warrior Gold reports the results of its 2021 drill program (12 drill holes, 3,066 m) on the Goodfish-Kirana Project located in Kirkland Lake, Ontario.
In the past year we have witnessed an explosion of institutional support for Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. Major companies like Square and PayPal Holdings have embraced Bitcoin. After all, it was only three short years ago that JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon called Bitcoin a "fraud" and "worse than tulip bulbs."
Covid-19 pandemic is having a detrimental effect on families' mental health, a new study has discovered.Researchers from Penn State found that there was a significant negative effects on parents' and children's wellbeing and functioning, especially during the first few months of the global health crisis. In the study, parents reported that their children were experiencing much higher levels of "internalising" problems like depression and anxiety, and "externalising" problems such as disruptive and aggressive behaviour.Parents also reported they were experiencing much higher levels of depression, and subsequently, this had a negative effect on co-parenting. Study leader Mark Feinberg said that a good co-parenting relationship was essential for family wellbeing, as stress could lead to "greater conflict and hostility." "If parents can support each other in these situations, the evidence from past research indicates that they will be able to be more patient and more supportive with their children, rather than becoming more harsh and angry," he explained. When the Covid-19 pandemic hit last year, the study discovered that it led to financial stress within families, as well as problems related to juggling work along with childcare after schools were closed, all while working from home in the same household. The researchers recruited 129 families, and asked them to complete a questionnaire about their depressive symptoms, anxiety, the quality of their relationship with their co-parent, and behaviour they observed in their children. They found that parents were 2.4 times more likely to report "clinically significant" high levels of depression after the pandemic hit. They were also more than four times likely to report externalising and internalising problems in their children, which indicated that professional help might be needed. "The size of these changes are considered very large in our field and are rarely seen. We saw not just overall shifts, but greater numbers of parents and children who were in the clinical range for depression and behaviour problems, which means they were likely struggling with a diagnosable disorder and would benefit from treatment," Feinberg explained.
Aldevron, the world’s leading biomanufacturer of plasmid DNA, mRNA and proteins, is expanding its commercial leadership with the addition of Beth Thompson-Webb as Chief Commercial Officer and Todd Howren as Vice President of Sales.
ParTech, Inc. (PAR), a leading global provider of point of sale (POS) software and integrated technical solutions to the restaurant industry, today announced that Culver’s, a 790+-location quick-service restaurant concept headquartered in Wisconsin, has selected PAR’s Brink POS® as it’s point of sale solution across its entire network. ParTech, Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of PAR Technology Corporation (NYSE: PAR).
A U.K. study analysing how safe it is to administer different types of Covid-19 vaccine for the first and second dose has been expanded.The Com-Cov study was first launched in February to explore the idea of alternating the Oxford/AstraZeneca and Pfizer/BioNTech vaccines, and this has now been extended to include the Moderna and Novavax vaccines.Experts are looking into whether mixing vaccines may give more effective and longer-lasting protection against coronavirus and any new variants that emerge. This would also give greater flexibility when it comes to administering the second dose of a vaccine. "The focus of both this and the original Com-Cov study is to explore whether the multiple Covid-19 vaccines that are available can be used more flexibly, with different vaccines being used for the first and second dose," explained Professor Matthew Snape, chief investigator on the trial from the University of Oxford. "If we can show that these mixed schedules generate an immune response that is as good as the standard schedules, and without a significant increase in the vaccine reactions, this will potentially allow more people to complete their Covid-19 immunisation course more rapidly."This would also create resilience within the system in the event of a shortfall in the availability of any of the vaccines in use."The University of Oxford-led study is now looking for 1,050 adults aged over 50 who have received their first vaccination in the past eight to 12 weeks.Participants will have received either the AstraZeneca or Pfizer vaccine first and will then be randomly selected to receive either the same type of vaccine for their second dose or a dose of Moderna, which has just started rolling out in the U.K., or Novavax, which is being reviewed by the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA).Scientists will look for any adverse reactions and study how the immune system reacts to combinations of vaccine.Results from the second part of the study are expected in June or July."What I'm hoping is that we won't rule out any combinations," Professor Snape said. "That's how we need to look at it - are there any combinations we shouldn't be giving because they don't generate a good immune response, and I'm hoping that won't be the case."More than 800 people have already enrolled to take part in the first part of the study and received two doses of either AstraZeneca, Pfizer, or a mix.
An unprecedented boom in private firms merging with listed shell companies to go public has helped the Wall Street giant earn handsome fees, while its global markets unit's performance was up 47% on the year. In March, Goldman had said its losses from a fire sale of stocks triggered by a meltdown of New York investment fund Archegos were immaterial.
GazeTV launches blockchain-powered social entertainment platform that puts creators first.
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The Russell 2000 is not exactly an unknown index, as it is often used as a proxy for small-cap stocks, but it grabs far fewer headlines than the S&P 500, which tracks the market's 500 largest stocks. Where the S&P 500 is up 49% over the last 12 months, the Russell 2000 has risen a blistering 83%. Columbus McKinnon (NASDAQ: CMCO), the country's largest manufacturer of hoists, cranes, actuators, and other rigging tools, is primed to benefit from President Joe Biden's $2 trillion infrastructure proposal.
Myanmar's ruling junta has charged at least 19 medical doctors for participating in civil disobedience protests against the military's Feb. 1 coup, a state-run newspaper reported Wednesday. Doctors, nurses and medical students have marched and joined strikes to show their opposition to the military takeover that ousted Aung San Suu Kyi's democratically elected government and put a halt to the progress Myanmar had made toward greater democratization after five decades of military rule. The doctors charged are accused of supporting and participating in the civil disobedience movement “with the aim of deteriorating the state administrative machinery,” the Global New Light of Myanmar newspaper wrote.
(Bloomberg) -- The European Union set out its blueprint to raise nearly $1 trillion of debt over five years as it seeks to fund its recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.The bloc is aiming to issue the first debt under its NextGenerationEU stimulus as early as July and will use a “state of the art” platform to begin selling bonds and bills via a network of primary bank dealers by September, according to the bloc’s executive branch. Almost a third of the roughly 800 billion euros ($957 billion) will be in green bonds, using a framework of rules to be published in early summer, with issuance as early as the fall.“The Commission will need to execute financing operations up to EUR 150-200 billion per year over the period to end 2026,” the EU executive said Wednesday. “By June 2021, the Commission will be ready to begin mobilizing the funds.”It highlights the ambition of the EU’s first meaningful entry into bond markets, which will see the total of outstanding bonds closing in on that of Spain’s this decade. It also lays the foundation to challenge U.S. Treasuries in coming years as a haven asset, providing a boost to integration in the region and for its common currency.A One-Day Rival to Treasuries Is Born in Europe’s Pandemic BondsStill, EU member states still have to ratify the recovery proposals and a number of hurdles have arisen that could delay issuance. In Germany, there is a challenge to the package going through the courts, while in Poland a junior coalition party has also committed to opposing it.“We have no time to lose,” said Johannes Hahn, the EU’s budget commissioner, during a press briefing. “I appeal to all member states to speed up the process.”Bonds will be issued and regularly sold across a range of maturities from between three and 30 years, while there will also be short-dated bills, according to the Commission. It highlighted the latter as a quick way to raise money, at least in the early phase of the program. The program is 56 billion euros more than initial plans outlined last year that were predicated on 2018 prices.Hahn said that the Commission would need around 15 billion euros per year in extra revenue in order to service interest on the debt.Investors are likely to be keen. The bloc began selling social bonds tied to the funding of a jobs program last year, and those sales have broken global demand records. The EU will begin to issue debt via auction for the first time, as well as syndications via banks. The new platform will be provided by a national central bank that is already used by one of the “large sovereign issuers,” according to the document.The NGEU package includes grants and loans to member states. The loans will have 30-year maturities, with a grace period of 10 years as nations emerge from the crisis.A Rival to Treasuries? EU Bond Binge Raises Prospect: QuickTake“It’s no exaggeration to say our NGEU program will be a game changer on the capital markets,” said Hahn.(Updates with details throughout, Commissioner Hahn comments in sixth 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.