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Laurie Shane joins Aspen Insurance Holdings Limited ("Aspen") as new Group Head of Outwards Reinsurance and begins her role on June 1, 2021. Laurie will report to Brian Tobben, CEO Aspen Capital Partners.
Dassault Aviation Launches Falcon 10X, featuring Industry’s Largest Cabin and Most Advanced Technology on a Business Jet High-speed, ultra-long-range Falcon will come with innovative safety features derived from latest fighter technology Saint-Cloud, France, May 06, 2021 – Dassault Aviation today announced an all-new Falcon jet that will deliver a level of comfort, versatility and technology unmatched by any purpose-built business jet. Featuring a range of 7,500 nautical miles, the Falcon 10X will fly nonstop from New York to Shanghai, Los Angeles to Sydney, Hong Kong to New York or Paris to Santiago. Top speed will be Mach 0.925. “Today we are introducing a new benchmark in business aviation,” said Dassault Chairman and CEO Eric Trappier. “The Falcon 10X will offer an unrivalled passenger experience over both short- and long-duration flights, along with breakthrough safety features from Dassault’s frontline fighter technology. We have optimized every aspect of the aircraft with the passenger in mind and established a new level of capability for ultra-long-range aircraft.” The Falcon 10X will enter service at the end of 2025. Taking cabin modularity to unprecedented heights The 10X will have the biggest and most comfortable cabin on the market and offer greater modularity than any other aircraft in its class, with a selection of multiple interior configurations. The 10X is large enough to accommodate four cabin zones of equal length but owners can configure their cabin to create a truly customized interior, including for example, an expanded dining/conference area, a dedicated entertainment area with a large-screen monitor, a private stateroom with a queen-size bed or an enlarged master suite with a private stand-up shower. “The 10X will be more than just another big step forward in business aviation. It will be absolutely the best business jet available in the ultra-long-range category, and will remain so for a long time,” said Trappier. The 10X will have a cabin cross section larger than some regional jets. Its cabin will be 6-feet, 8-inches (2.03 m) tall and 9 feet, 1 inch wide (2.77 m). That will make it almost 8 inches (20 cm) wider and 2 inches (5 cm) taller than the widest and tallest purpose-built business jet flying today. Pressurization will also be the best on the market, with passengers experiencing a 3,000-foot cabin pressure altitude while flying at 41,000 feet. A next-generation filtration system will provide 100-percent pure air. The aircraft will be at least as quiet as the Falcon 8X, currently the quietest business jet in service. New structures, new materials, ultra-efficient power The 10X will feature an entirely new fuselage with extra-large windows—nearly 50 percent larger than those on the Falcon 8X. Thirty-eight windows will line the fuselage making for the brightest cabin in business aviation. The high-speed wing will be made of carbon fiber composites for maximum strength, reduced weight and minimum drag. Tailored for speed and efficiency, the very-high aspect ratio wing will be equipped with advanced, retractable high-lift devices offering superior maneuverability at low approach speeds. The twin-engine aircraft will be powered by business aviation’s most advanced and efficient engine, the in-development Rolls Royce Pearl® 10X. The 10X is the latest, largest and most powerful version of the Pearl series, delivering more than 18,000 pounds of thrust. A major advance in flight deck technology The Falcon 10X’s flight deck will set a new standard in intuitive design, with touch screens throughout the cockpit. A next-generation Digital Flight Control System, derived directly from Dassault’s latest military technology, will provide an unprecedented level of flying precision and protection, including a revolutionary, new single-button recovery mode. A single smart throttle will serve as the primary power control, connecting both engines to the Digital Flight Control System which will automatically manage the power of each engine as needed in different flight scenarios. Thanks to Dassault’s breakthrough FalconEye® combined vision system—the first to offer both enhanced and synthetic vision capabilities—combined with dual HUDs able to serve as primary flight displays, the 10X will be capable of operating in essentially zero ceiling/visibility conditions. “We have set the bar for our new Falcon incredibly high,” said Trappier. “But I can confidently say that we have put this aircraft at the top of the market.” * * * ABOUT DASSAULT AVIATION: With over 10,000 military and civil aircraft (including 2,500 Falcons) delivered in more than 90 countries over the last century, Dassault Aviation has built up expertise recognized worldwide in the design, development, sale and support of all types of aircraft, ranging from the Rafale fighter, to the high-end Falcon family of business jets, military drones and space systems. In 2020, Dassault Aviation reported revenues of €5.5 billion. 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Cut methane emissions to rapidly fight climate disasters, UN report saysFossil fuels, cattle and rotting waste produce greenhouse gas responsible for 30% of global heating A cattle feedlot in Colorado: 42% of human-caused methane emissions come from agriculture, including burping livestock and manure. Photograph: Jim West/Alamy
(Bloomberg) -- New York City is in talks to offer free vaccines to tourists as a way to encourage them to visit, Mayor Bill de Blasio said. Pfizer Inc. and BioNTech SE have capacity to make as many as 3 billion doses of their vaccine this year, more than double the amount the partners predicted six months ago.Germany said U.S. support for a waiver of patent protections for vaccines would create “severe complications” for production, as the proposal headed to the World Trade Organization. India reported its highest-ever daily tally of 412,262 new virus cases and also a record 3,980 deaths. The governors of Tokyo and Osaka called for their virus emergencies to be extended, with Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga set to decide Friday.Key DevelopmentsGlobal Tracker: Cases near 155.3 million; deaths exceed 3.24 millionVaccine Tracker: More than 1.21 billion doses have been givenModerna Covid booster shots prove effective against variants (Video)Vaccines work on this India variant. Experts fret about the nextA new wave of vaccines is coming, and they’re not all also-ransBroken ventilators add momentum to ‘right to repair’ movementSubscribe to a daily update on the virus from Bloomberg’s Prognosis team here. Click CVID on the terminal for global data on cases and deaths.Merkel Opposes Waiving Vaccine Patents (11:28 a.m. NY)The U.S. plan would create “severe complications” for the production of vaccines, according to German government spokeswoman.NYC Pitches Vaccine Tourism (10:41 a.m. NY)New York Mayor Bill de Blasio said he is working with state officials to offer free vaccines to visitors as a way to encourage them to visit and spur tourism.Mobile vans will bring Johnson & Johnson one-dose shots to Times Square, Brooklyn Bridge Park and other popular locations, de Blasio said Thursday during a virus briefing.“We think this is a positive message to send to tourists,” the mayor said. “Come here and we’re going to take care of you.”The city plans a $30 million marketing blitz to recharge its tourism industry. Capacity restrictions on restaurants, stores and shows will be lifted on May 19 as Covid-19 cases decrease and vaccinations increase, Governor Andrew Cuomo said this week. Broadway tickets for September shows went on sale today.Pfizer Ups Production Target (10:38 a.m. NY)Pfizer Inc. and BioNTech SE have capacity to make as many as 3 billion doses of their Covid-19 vaccine this year, more than double the amount the partners had predicted less than six months ago.The partners will further increase their capacity for 2022 to more than 3 billion doses, BioNTech said in an e-mailed statement.The increase is the latest in a series of production target boosts and comes amid increased demand for messenger RNA Covid vaccines around the world.India Variant Spreads in Africa (10:31 a.m. NY)The coronavirus strain circulating in India has been detected in three African countries, according to the head of the Africa Centres for Disease Control and Prevention.Authorities in Kenya, Uganda and Morocco have reported the presence of the variant known as B.1.617 that is overwhelming the health system in India, Africa CDC’s director, John Nkengasong, said in an online briefing Thursday. Five cases have been found in Kenya and one in Uganda, while the Moroccan government is “investigating some cases there,” he said.Fearing an influx of infections and mindful of B.1.617, Nigeria, Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania are among countries that have temporarily banned flights from India. Rwanda Eyes Vaccine Plant (10:07 a.m. NY)Rwandan President Paul Kagame said his country is in talks to establish the first mRNA vaccine plant in Africa as the continent battles the coronavirus pandemic. He did not give details.Africa has few manufacturing facilities of any kind and most that do exist can only package and distribute the inoculations -- so called fill-finish facilities -- rather than make the ingredients needed for the shots.Vaccines Donated to Olympics (9:30 a.m. NY)Tokyo Olympic athletes and delegations will be able to receive Covid-19 vaccine doses donated by Pfizer Inc. and BioNTech SE as organizers push ahead with preparations for the delayed games.The International Olympic Committee signed an agreement with the companies to donate the doses, with the first delivery expected to begin at the end of this month, according to a statement from the drugmakers on Thursday. The statement did not specify the number of doses.Hungary’s Population Falls (9:15 a.m. NY)Hungary’s 2020 population drop, as measured by deaths exceeding births, was the biggest in more than a century with the eastern European Union one of the world’s worst-hit by the coronavirus pandemic.The plunge of 48,667 was the highest since 1918, when the Spanish flu and World War I were the biggest contributing factors, figures released Wednesday showed.Russia Approves One-Dose Shot (7:59 a.m. NY)Russia approved a single-dose version of the Sputnik V Covid-19 vaccine after it showed almost 80% efficacy, according to the state-run fund that backed its development.The 79.4% efficacy rate of the vaccine, called Sputnik Light, is based on an analysis of real-world data rather than a standard clinical trial, and interim results from final-stage study are expected later this month, according to a statement from the Russian Direct Investment Fund. Early and mid-stage studies showed no serious adverse events, RDIF said.U.S. Patent Shock Roils Pharma (7:21 a.m. NY)The U.S.’s sudden support for a waiver of patent protections for Covid-19 vaccines headed to the World Trade Organization, setting the stage for potentially thorny negotiations over sharing the proprietary know-how needed to boost global supplies of the life-saving shots.“In terms of how soon the WTO can deliver -- that literally depends on the WTO members, collectively, being able to deliver,” U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai said in an interview Wednesday. “I am the first one to admit that what we are leaning into is a process that is not going to be easy.”With the European Union and China signaling a willingness to take part in the debate after the Biden administration’s shock announcement, stock prices tumbled worldwide.Moderna Reported Effective for Teens (7:18 a.m. NY)Moderna Inc. said studies of its Covid vaccine in teenagers showed that it was 96% effective and raised its product sales projections for the year as it reported its first-ever profitable quarter.Germany Backs Lockdown Exemptions (7:17 a.m. NY)German residents who have been fully vaccinated against the coronavirus will be exempt from most lockdown rules under legislation approved Thursday in the lower house of parliament.The law, which also covers people who have recovered from Covid-19, is set to be voted on by the upper house on Friday and will likely take effect this weekend. For people considered immune, mandatory tests for trips to the hairdresser and non-essential stores will no longer be required, and the need to comply with curfews and quarantine rules will be waived.EU Defends Vaccination Drive (6:15 a.m. NY)The head of the European Union’s executive arm mounted a spirited defense of the bloc’s Covid-19 vaccination campaign, taking a swipe at countries like the U.S. and the U.K. as she hailed her region as the world’s top vaccines exporter.“It is clear that our European vaccination campaign is a success,” European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen told an online conference. “What counts is the steadily increasing daily delivery of vaccines to our people -- and to the world.”Biden’s Vaccine Path Gets Tougher (6 a.m. NY)President Joe Biden’s government is now giving an average of 2.13 million shots a day, down from 3.37 million about three weeks ago. And on Tuesday, which has the lowest shots of any day of the week, fewer than a million were given for the first time since February.In response, the administration announced this week that it would concentrate more on smaller clinics and mobile sites in rural areas, while planning to wind down mass-vaccination sites.Hungary Touts Pfizer to Buoy Campaign (5:28 p.m. HK)Hungary will make Pfizer and Moderna Covid shots widely available to the public as the nation seeks to keep up the pace of one of the European Union’s fastest vaccination campaigns.Authorities will make available as many as 180,000 vaccines from the two companies each week on an online vaccine registration platform, most of them from Pfizer, Cabinet Minister Gergely Gulyas said at a briefing on Thursday.Australia Clots Tied to Astra (2:25 p.m. HK)Five additional cases of a rare type of blood clot were identified in recipients of AstraZeneca Plc’s Covid-19 vaccine in Australia. All are receiving treatment, the company said in a statement Thursday. More cases of so-called thrombosis with thrombocytopenia are expected as the vaccine is offered to people older than 50 in Australia, said Katie Flanagan, president-elect of the Australasian Society for Infectious Diseases.Tokyo Emergency May Lengthen (2:06 p.m. HK)Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga said he would decide Friday on extending a state of emergency for Tokyo and three other regions, as he tries to stem a surge in Covid-19 infections ahead of the capital hosting the Olympics from July.Tokyo wants to extend a virus emergency currently in place and will soon seek approval for the move from Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga, in a bid to stem a surge in infections ahead of the capital hosting the Olympics from July.The major metro area of Osaka, where infection numbers have reached record highs in recent days, is also set to seek an extension, with Governor Hirofumi Yoshimura saying he has no other option.Sydney Imposes New Curbs (9:46 a.m. HK)Restrictions on gatherings are being imposed in Sydney and surrounding areas due to two Covid-19 cases detected in Australia’s most-populous city.From 5 p.m. Thursday, the maximum number of people allowed into homes will be 20, while singing and dancing in all indoor venues except those hosting weddings will be banned, New South Wales Premier Gladys Berejiklian told reporters. Masks will be compulsory on public transport and in all public indoor venues, such as retail, theaters, hospitals and aged-care facilities. The restrictions will last until at least the end of the weekend.Hong Kong Vaccinations Pass 1 Million (9:03 a.m. HK)The number of people who have received their first Covid-19 vaccine dose has exceeded 1 million on Wednesday, Hong Kong’s government said. The vaccination program has been running since Feb, 26.Still, only about 13.4% of the Hong Kong population has received at least one dose, according to Bloomberg’s Covid-19 Vaccine Tracker. That’s still well behind rival financial hubs like Singapore, London and New York.(An earlier version of this story corrected the name of the virus)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.
Rapala VMC CorporationStock Exchange Release6.5.2021 RAPALA VMC CORPORATION: Share repurchase 6.5.2021 In the NASDAQ OMX Helsinki Trade date 6.5.2021 Bourse trade Buy Share RAP1V Amount 2,000SharesAverage price/ share 8,7722EURTotal cost 17,544.40EUR Company now holds a total of 361 609 shares including the shares repurchased on 6.5.2021 On behalf of Rapala VMC Corporation Nordea Bank Finland Plc Janne Sarvikivi Sami Huttunen For further information: Olli Aho Investor Relations, tel. +358 9 7562 540 www.rapalavmc.com Attachment RAP1V_6_5_trades
What happened Shares of Global Blood Therapeutics (NASDAQ: GBT) were sinking 8% as of 11:14 a.m. EDT on Thursday. The decline came after the company announced its first-quarter results following the market close on Wednesday.
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Investors weren't thrilled with the latest earnings update from eBay (NASDAQ: EBAY). Sure, the online marketplace is benefiting from soaring e-commerce demand for everything ranging from collectible sneakers to automobiles. With that bigger picture in mind, let's look at some takeaways from this past week's first-quarter 2021 earnings report, and what they could mean for shareholders of this highly profitable business.
The ONS found more than nine in ten people in the UK had a positive sentiment towards the COVID vaccines.
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‘I’m like, if it’s done in 12 years, oh, to hell with it,’ Mr Hannity said on his radio show. ‘Let’s just have a big party and you know, eat, drink, and barbecue and be merry’