Greg Gutfeld examines the media coverage amid the 2020 presidential election.
Greg Gutfeld examines the media coverage amid the 2020 presidential election.
VanEck announced today its distributions per share for its VanEck Vectors® exchange-traded funds.
The big man won an NBA championship with the Warriors in 2015.
The New England Patriots placed receiver Julian Edelman on the reserve/COVID-19 list on Monday, according to the NFL's daily transaction wire. It wasn't immediately known if Edelman tested positive for COVID-19 or was in close contact with someone who did. Edelman is currently on injured reserve with a knee injury.
As far as Saints coach Sean Payton is concerned, there were meaningful storylines coming out of New Orleans' lopsided victory at Denver that had nothing to do with the Broncos being forced to play without a true NFL quarterback. The Saints, after all, scored 31 points against a Denver defense that was not similarly short-handed.
Hawaiian Telcom, the leading integrated communications provider serving Hawaiʻi, announced today that it has entered into a definitive purchase agreement to acquire inter-island submarine and middle-mile terrestrial fiber infrastructure assets currently owned by the bankruptcy estate of the Paniolo Cable Company.
Japanese companies cut spending on plant and equipment in July-September for a second straight quarter as the coronavirus pandemic hit private sector demand. Weakening capital spending should provide a source of concern to policymakers who are counting on private demand to help the world's third-largest economy recover from the deepest postwar slump wrought by the health crisis. Ministry of Finance data out Tuesday showed Japanese firms' capital expenditure fell 10.6% in July-September from the same period in the year before, following a decline of 11.3% in the previous quarter.
Olympia Financial Group Inc. ("Olympia") (TSX: OLY) is pleased to announce that Olympia is the sole shareholder of Exempt Edge Inc. ("Exempt Edge"). Prior to the acquisition, Olympia held 80% of the issued and outstanding shares of Exempt Edge and acquired the remaining 20% minority interest from a private third-party for a cash purchase price of $250,000.
A family of gorillas were spotted in their behind-the-scenes night area on November 17 full of energy as they prepared for their day.“Don’t you wish you had as much energy as Floyd and big sister Anaka at 7 a.m. in the morning,” a Facebook post from Zoo Atlanta said.The gorillas were identified as infant Floyd, age 1, and his half-sister Anaka, age 7. His sister Andi, age 7, also walks into the frame, the zoo told Storyful. Floyd’s mother Lulu can be seen in the footage watching from the back left corner. Credit: Zoo Atlanta via Storyful
(Bloomberg) -- An Enbridge Inc. pipeline that will help ship more Canadian crude to the U.S. Midwest received final approval on Monday, paving the way for construction to start soon on a third key export project for the oil sands after years of delays.Minnesota approved the stormwater pollution plan for Enbridge’s Line 3 pipeline replacement and expansion, the project’s last pending permit, the company said on Monday. Construction is expected to take six-to-nine months on a line that will add 370,000 barrels a day of capacity.Producers in Alberta, which holds the world’s third-largest crude reserves, have seen growth ground to a halt in recent years as a lack of enough export pipelines caused local crude prices to plummet in value. Now, three projects could allow them to ship an extra 1.8 million barrels a day when built.Work is underway on TC Energy Corp.’s Keystone XL after a decade-long saga for approval, though it’s still unclear if U.S. President Elect Joe Biden will maintain an authorization from the Trump administration for the pipeline to cross the border. Meanwhile, the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion to the Vancouver coast is proceeding in Alberta and British Columbia.“Until the barrels are freely flowing, we should take nothing for granted,” Tim McMillan, chief executive officer of the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers, said by phone.Line 3 could still encounter state and federal legal hurdles, as well as the prospect of protests that slow construction, delaying the start of service until 2022, Height Commentary said in a note last week. Trans Mountain faces fierce opposition in British Columbia, including from indigenous-led protesters.Two years ago, Canadian export pipelines became so congested that heavy Western Canadian Select crude’s discount to benchmark U.S. prices widened to about $50 a barrel, prompting Alberta’s government to impose mandatory output limits. Those curbs were only lifted recently as the Covid-19 pandemic crippled demand for Canada’s oil, temporarily leaving extra space on some pipelines.(Corrects first deckhead on construction timeline)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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Liverpool will remain without Thiago Alcantara against Ajax in the Champions League on Tuesday night. The Reds’ star summer signing has not featured since being hurt in the Merseyside derby in October and is now expected to be out until the New Year with a knee injury suffered in a challenge from Everton’s Richarlison. Jurgen Klopp has also provided an update on Virgil van Dijk’s recovery, saying the Dutchman’s knee “doesn’t look like a knee should” after surgery to repair ligament damage suffered in that same game at Goodison Park.
Difficult as it was watching the Buffalo Bills’ maddening inability to close out a win over the Chargers until the final minutes, coach Sean McDermott was at least able to laugh about it afterward. After building a 24-6 lead early in the third quarter, Buffalo nearly bumbled away its edge by turning the ball over on each of its first three possessions of the fourth quarter, and allowing the Chargers to close to within a touchdown.
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Facebook and Google are fast becoming "human rights-free zones" in Vietnam, Amnesty International warned Tuesday, accusing the tech titans of helping censor peaceful dissent and political expression in the country.
US President-elect Joe Biden’s US Treasury Department nominee would be the first woman ever to hold the role. In a statement, Mr Biden said he would nominate Janet Yellen, the former Federal Reserve chair, to lead the Treasury Department. Former Clinton and Obama adviser Neera Tanden is being nominated to serve as director of the Office of Management and Budget.
(Bloomberg) -- Asian stocks and U.S. futures traded higher Tuesday as investors shrugged off an overnight slide in equities and once again embraced risk assets after an unprecedented month of gains. The dollar dipped.Shares climbed in Japan, Australia and South Korea. S&P 500 futures advanced after the benchmark dropped the most in more than a week, though still closed out its best month since April. The tech-heavy Nasdaq indexes that trailed in November fared better, touching a record high on Monday, while a gauge of global stocks posted its best month on record. Gold held losses and Bitcoin rallied back to an all-time high.Elsewhere, oil held a decline. The complex OPEC+ meeting that was due to take place on Tuesday to hash out the size of its production cuts next year was rescheduled as “further consultations” were needed first, according to a letter seen by Bloomberg. A meeting on Monday ended without an agreement.Rapid progress toward a coronavirus vaccine has given investors confidence to price in a return to normalcy and faster economic growth, helping lift shares of companies that were hardest hit by the pandemic. An MSCI index of global stocks jumped 12% in November, its biggest monthly gain on record.“I feel pretty confident that portfolios should be positioned for continued good performance from equity markets as we head into 2021,” Chris Iggo, chief investment officer for core investments at AXA Investment Managers, said in a note.Meanwhile, 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.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:StocksS&P 500 futures rose 0.5% as of 9:07 a.m. in Tokyo. The S&P 500 Index dipped 0.5%.Topix index rose 0.8%.Australia’s S&P/ASX 200 Index rose 0.6%.South Korea’s Kospi index rose 1%.Hong Kong’s Hang Seng Index contracts fell 0.4% earlier.CurrenciesThe yen traded at 104.36 per dollar, down 0.1%.The offshore yuan ticked up 0.1% to 6.5794 per dollar.The Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index dipped 0.1%.The euro was at $1.1938, up 0.1%.BondsThe yield on 10-year Treasuries gained less than one basis point to 0.85%.Australia’s 10-year bond yield rose two basis points to 0.92%.CommoditiesWest Texas Intermediate crude slid 0.1% to $45.27 a barrel.Gold was at $1,778.85 an ounce, around the weakest in five months.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.
Moderna (NASDAQ: MRNA) reported complete data for its coronavirus vaccine candidate, mRNA-1273, today. It also submitted its application for emergency use authorization to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Investors will have to wait a few weeks to see what the agency thinks of the data package.
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