These miniature modern houses have their own tiny furniture
These miniature modern houses have their own tiny furniture
They will release on the US streamer on the same day as cinemas.
"This virus stays with you quite a while," Prince Albert, who was diagnosed with the virus in March, tells PEOPLE
India's government is considering rolling back some parts of its agricultural reforms after they triggered the biggest protests by farmers in years, officials said on Friday. Tens of thousands of farmers were out on the streets around Delhi again on Friday, rallying against three laws that the government says are meant to overhaul antiquated procurement procedures and give growers more options to sell their produce. Farmers fear the legislation, passed in September, will eventually dismantle India's regulated markets and stop the government from buying wheat and rice at guaranteed prices, leaving them at the mercy of private buyers.
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(Bloomberg) -- The U.S. labor-market rebound slowed markedly in November, indicating the surge in Covid-19 cases is hitting workers and curbing the broader economic recovery.Nonfarm payrolls increased by 245,000 from the prior month and the unemployment rate edged down to 6.7%, the Labor Department said Friday. The data also showed a worrisome decline in Americans participating in the labor force, as more people left jobs and the workforce altogether.Job gains missed economists’ estimates and partly reflected a decline of 93,000 temporary workers who had been hired for the decennial census.The faint pulse raises odds the chances that President-elect Joe Biden will inherit an even weaker labor market next year, with the recovery at risk of stalling during the wait for widespread vaccine distribution. With almost 4 million Americans enduring long-term joblessness, the report may also help push Congress to pass new fiscal aid by year-end and could make Federal Reserve officials more inclined to provide new stimulus when they meet Dec. 15-16.U.S. stocks rose at the open, while 10-year Treasury yields extended their increase after the report and the dollar was lower.“You are seeing the impact of the pandemic surge here,” Jeffrey Rosenberg, senior portfolio manager at BlackRock Inc., said on Bloomberg Television. “The market reaction is really looking through this to the policy response.”Chicago Fed President Charles Evans said the report was “a little disappointing.”What Bloomberg’s Economists Say...“The disappointing payroll gain -- at least relative to consensus -- is a negative signal for growth prospects, but could perversely have a positive economic effect in terms of focusing fiscal negotiations toward the urgent need for substantial additional stimulus.”\-- Carl Riccadonna, Yelena Shulyatyeva and Andrew HusbyFor the full report, click hereThe employment report is a mid-month snapshot, so jobs lost amid new restrictions and lockdowns put into place in the weeks since won’t be reflected until December’s data.Online BoomNot only did payroll gains come in below estimates, but hiring was concentrated in fewer industries, with the shift to online shopping this holiday season accounting for an outsize portion.Transportation and warehousing added 145,000 workers -- the most since 1997 -- reflecting jumps in couriers and warehouse workers. Retail employment fell by 34,700, reflecting less seasonal hiring than normal in some sectors.Leisure and hospitality jobs rose by 31,000 following a 270,000 gain in October. Job growth slowed in a variety of sectors including manufacturing, construction, professional and business services, and health care.Though effective vaccines could be rolled out as soon as this month, economic headwinds are likely to keep mounting before Biden’s Jan. 20 inauguration. The virus is raging uncontrolled with more than 1 million new cases each week, jobless benefits run out soon for millions of Americans, and some federal protections for renters and homeowners are due to expire.And while prospects are growing for lawmakers to approve another stimulus package by year-end, it’s unclear whether negotiations that have been unsuccessful for months could conclude with agreement.The gain leaves employment 9.8 million below pre-pandemic levels, and many Americans have been jobless since losing work in March and April.The ranks of the long-term unemployed, or those out of work 27 weeks or more, increased by 385,000 in November to 3.9 million, the most since 2013. The group makes up more than a third of the total unemployed.“It’s pointing to weaker momentum as we enter a critical phase of the recovery with the health situation deteriorating rapidly,” said Gregory Daco of Oxford Economics. “Going into the month of December this is quite worrisome and worthy of our attention and importantly worthy of policy makers’ attention.”Below is a breakdown of highlights by demographic:The unemployment rate drop was biggest for minority groups, with Asian Americans seeing a 0.9 percentage point decline in their rate, to 6.7%.The participation rate for prime-age men -- those ages 25 to 54 -- fell a half percentage point to 87.4%, the lowest since May. It declined by 0.1 point among women in the same age group.Black Americans saw a drop to 10.3% from 10.8% in October and the Hispanic unemployment rate fell to 8.4% from 8.8%.That compares with a drop of just 0.1 percentage point for White Americans, which continue to see the lowest unemployment rate among the largest race groups, at 5.9%.(Updates with Fed official’s comments. A previous version corrected the first chart to show notation was for November estimate, not October total.)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.
Hyundai Motor Co is recalling 129,000 U.S. vehicles for an engine issue that can increase the risk of a fire, U.S. regulators said Friday. The recall covers some 2015-2016 Veloster, 2012 Santa Fe, 2011-2013 Sonata Hybrid, and 2016 Sonata Hybrid vehicles because connecting rod bearings inside the engine may wear prematurely, which over time can result in engine damage. Dealers will conduct inspections and if bearing damage is found, the engine will be replaced, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) said.
AM Best has assigned a Financial Strength Rating of A- (Excellent) and a Long-Term Issuer Credit Rating of "a-" to Sirius Specialty Insurance Corporation (SSIC) (Hannover, NH). SSIC is a newly added member of Sirius International Insurance Group, Ltd. (SIIG). These Credit Ratings (ratings) have been placed under review with developing implications pending the completion of the announced merger of SIIG and Third Point Reinsurance Ltd.
Mining giant Glencore’s billionaire CEO Ivan Glasenberg today announced Gary Nagle, a senior trader known to some as “mini-Ivan”, will succeed him when he retires next year after 35 years. Nagle, 45, who joined the FTSE-100 company 20 years ago and led operations in Colombia before rising through the ranks to head up its coal arm, will move over from Australia to its HQ in Switzerland early next year. Glasenberg joined Glencore in 1984 and has run it since 2002, owning 9.1% of its shares.
Not a lot of companies can generate 300% revenue growth and still get shrugged off by the market. Such is the case with Zoom Video Communications (NASDAQ: ZM), the videoconferencing phenomenon that's been arguably the biggest winner in the pandemic. Zoom posted 367% revenue growth to $777.2 million, and it delivered adjusted net income of $297.2 million, good for a net profit margin of nearly 40%, up from $25.2 million a year ago.
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The Queen now has just one dog remaining in her famous pack
Darrell Bevell made a major snafu earlier this week by announcing his daughters' boyfriends had asked him about marriage.
Canada added more jobs than expected in November, Statistics Canada data showed on Friday, though the pace of growth slowed and the numbers reflect labor conditions before more lockdowns were imposed later in the month. Canada added 62,000 jobs in November and the unemployment rate fell to 8.5%, beating analyst predictions of a gain of 20,000 jobs and for the unemployment rate to remain at 8.9%. "Canada's labor market continued to outrun COVID in November," said Royce Mendes, senior economist at CIBC Capital Markets.
Meanwhile the Queen has gone full on OTT.
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Companies on the island of Madeira have illegally benefitted from tax cuts under Portugal's Madeira Free Trade Zone scheme as they failed to meet the key requirement of contributing to the region's growth, the European Commission said on Friday. Portugal, which first established the regional aid scheme in 1987, will now have to recover aid deemed incompatible with EU state aid rules, plus interest, from companies that failed to meet the conditions, the Commission said in a statement.
Governments are carrying out ‘targeted killings’ abroad as demonstrations of strength but they discredit and delegitimatise those responsible
The Breaking Bad star revealed he had coronavirus in July.
Turkey’s recent moves to de-escalate a clash with Greece and Cyprus over east Mediterranean energy reserves are “unconvincing” and European Union leaders need to take action that will prompt Ankara to heed international law, Greece’s foreign minister said on Friday. Nikos Dendias said Turkey opted not to seize an opportunity that European Union leaders offered it in October to ease tensions in the region so that the 27-member bloc could start reshaping its fraught relations with Ankara.
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