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Anthony Albanese says ‘most vulnerable citizens are being neglected’ by broken aged care system. Labor leader accuses Scott Morrison of ‘callously’ ignoring sector’s needs and pledges to rebuild underfunded system
American Campus Communities, Inc. (NYSE: ACC), the nation’s largest owner and manager of high-quality student housing properties in the U.S., is pleased to share that on May 3, 2021, Walt Disney World® Resort announced it is relaunching the Disney College Program in June 2021. Participants in the program are expected to begin to occupy the company’s Flamingo Crossings Village community near Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando as early as this summer.
Uvie Evatt is 101 and her husband Leroy Evatt is 103
Thomas Tuchel added Zinedine Zidane to his list of victims as the German's stunning transformation of Chelsea continued on Wednesday with his vibrant side eclipsing Real Madrid to reach the Champions League final in style. The former Paris St Germain coach arrived in January to replace Stamford Bridge great Frank Lampard with Chelsea's expensively-assembled squad lacking identity. Lampard loyalists cried foul at the brutal sacking of the club's leading scorer and they were singing his name loudly outside the ground before kickoff on Wednesday.
‘Bold step’ hailed by progressives and medical community
(Bloomberg) -- Discover what’s driving the global economy and what it means for policy makers, businesses, investors and you with The New Economy Daily. Sign up hereU.S. inflation is unlikely to get out of control despite the unprecedented government spending that’s been authorized in response to the coronavirus pandemic, Federal Reserve officials said.“Our baseline view is that inflation is going to be close to our long-run objective of 2%, but we will be vigilant,” Fed Vice Chair Richard Clarida told CNBC in a television interview on Wednesday. “I think what the data is telling us now is there is going to be some upward movement as we reopen, but that it won’t persist over a long period of time, and that’s my view as well,” Clarida said.The vice chair’s comments chimed with those from a spate of other U.S. central bankers Wednesday, including from officials who have long held dovish positions on policy, like Chicago Fed President Charles Evans, as well as some who have taken more hawkish stances in the past, like Boston’s Eric Rosengren and Cleveland’s Loretta Mester.”The hawks are now doves,” Neil Dutta, head of U.S. economics at Renaissance Macro Research LLC, said in an email.Fed officials want to ensure investors and the U.S. public are not alarmed by higher inflation readings in the coming months as the economy reopens, a phenomenon many expect will be temporary. They are playing down the risk of economic overheating that has been raised by critics of President Joe Biden’s ambitious spending plans.“Given that inflation has run low for so long, some increase in inflation expectations and actual inflation would be a welcome development,” said Mester, who expects inflation to rise above the Fed’s 2% goal this year before moving back down in 2022. “I wouldn’t consider the increase in inflation I expect this year to be the type of sustainable increase needed to meet the forward guidance on our policy rate,” she told the Boston Economic Club.Fed officials at their meeting last week held interest rates near zero and reaffirmed they would continue buying $80 billion of Treasuries and $40 billion of mortgage-backed securities a month until the economy had made “substantial further progress” toward their employment and inflation goals.Fed Chair Jerome Powell said in a press conference afterward that would take “some time.” Clarida Wednesday added that the policy-setting Federal Open Market Committee is “certainly not there yet,” referring to the timing of internal discussions on when to begin tapering purchases.MBS TaperRosengren also said it was premature to focus on tapering, though the conditions might be met before the end of the year. And he sounded open to reducing MBS buying faster than Treasuries when the time comes.“I do think that as we think about tapering one of the things that we are going to have to think about is at what speed we taper the Treasuries versus the mortgage-backed securities,” he said in response to a question following a speech to the Boston College Carroll School of Management. “The mortgage market probably doesn’t need as much support now. And in fact, one of my financial stability concerns would be if the housing market gets too overheated.”In an interview later on Wednesday with Kathleen Hays on Bloomberg Television, he spelled out his stance further, though stressing that no discussions have occurred at this point.“The housing market is quite strong right now and housing prices have been going up,” he said. “So the need for buying mortgage-backed securities at the pace that we have been doing probably is not nearly as needed as it was much earlier in the recovery.”In March, the FOMC published projections showing most officials didn’t expect to begin raising the central bank’s benchmark interest rate from its current near-zero level before 2024.The projections also showed expectations that inflation would remain at or slightly above 2% for the next three years, and the unemployment rate would gradually decline to its pre-pandemic level of 3.5% by the end of 2023.Fed Governor Michelle Bowman, also speaking Wednesday, said some of those projections now appear outdated, with the recovery progressing more quickly than she had anticipated at the time they were published in March. The FOMC will issue updated projections when it next meets in mid-June. But she added that the the risk of inflation running persistently above the central bank’s 2% target “still seems small” despite an improving economic outlook.(Updates with comment from Rosengren in Bloomberg TV interview in fourth paragraph from end.)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.
The families are the first to be reunited in the U.S. since President Biden issued an executive order in February to create a task force dedicated to repairing families torn apart as a result of his predecessor’s controversial family separation policy.
David Jamison teaches fifth-grade ELA in Memphis, Tennessee.
Variety’s annual “A Night in the Writers’ Room” will take place from June 8 to June 10, 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. PT, on each night of the Virtual TV Festival. It feature conversations with Emmy-contending writers in comedy, drama and limited series/movie categories. The comedy panel will premiere on June 8 at 5 p.m. […]
It follows a warning from a French minister of ‘retaliatory measures’.
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President said he has never seen the same type of fight within Democratic Party
Arsenal know their entire season rests on Thursday night as they welcome Villarreal, and former coach Unai Emery, for the second leg of their Europa League semi-final. The Gunners escaped a chaotic first leg by the skin of their teeth, falling two goals down and seeing Dani Ceballos sent off only for Etienne Capoue to himself see red and Nicolas Pepe score a vital away goal from the penalty spot. Mikel Arteta oversaw the Gunners’ worst ever league campaign last season and the club is on course to do even worse this season - only Europa League success will do.
(Bloomberg) -- Asia stocks are set for a muted open after technology shares weighed on U.S. markets, offsetting optimism over solid corporate earnings and economic reports. Treasuries climbed.Futures were little changed in Australia and Hong Kong. Trading resumes in Japan and China after holidays. U.S. futures edged lower after the S&P 500 notched a small gain while the Nasdaq 100 ended in the red. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose to a fresh record. Moderna Inc. and Johnson & Johnson retreated on news the U.S. will support a proposal to waive intellectual-property protections for Covid-19 shots, joining an effort to increase global supplies.The Bloomberg Commodity Spot Index returned to its highest level since 2011 as growth bets boost demand, while poor weather and transportation bottlenecks threaten supply. Oil slipped toward $65 a barrel. The dollar was little changed.The U.S. Treasury said it will sell $126 billion of long-term debt next week in its quarterly refunding auctions. It’s the first time in more than a year that the total hasn’t increased, suggesting that the government’s financing needs may have peaked. Treasuries rallied over the session, with the benchmark 10-year yield slipping to 1.57%.As the world’s largest economy rebounds, an intense debate has emerged over whether inflation could get out of control. The five-year breakeven rate -- a proxy for inflation expectations -- has jumped to the highest since 2008, buoyed in part by commodity prices. Despite massive government spending and central bank stimulus, several Federal Reserve officials said Wednesday that price pressures can be contained.“I do think we are set up for a more difficult summer,” Andrew Sheets, Morgan Stanley chief cross asset strategist, said on Bloomberg TV. “The higher inflation numbers are going to come through -- they might be temporary but we are definitely going to get them -- and we are at much higher levels” in the stock market, he said.Here are some key events to watch this week:Bank of England rate decision ThursdayThe April U.S. employment report is released on FridayThese are some of the main moves in markets:StocksS&P 500 futures dipped as of 7:16 a.m. in Tokyo. The S&P 500 was little changedNasdaq 100 futures slipped 0.1%. The Nasdaq 100 fell 0.3%Australia’s S&P/ASX 200 Index futures were little changedHong Kong’s Hang Seng Index futures rose 0.3% earlierCurrenciesThe Japanese yen was at 109.20 per dollarThe offshore yuan was at 6.4876 per dollarThe Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index was little changedThe euro was little changed at $1.2005BondsThe yield on 10-year Treasuries declined two basis points to 1.57%CommoditiesWest Texas Intermediate crude fell 0.5% to $65.28 a barrelGold was at $1,787.33 an ounceFor 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.
Winston Cooks, LLC in conjunction with the Beeman Law Firm filed a proposed securities class action lawsuit against Churchill Capital Corporation IV, Lucid Motors, Michael Klein, Jay Faragin and Peter Rawlinson.
Joe Cole said Mason Mount showed “romance is still in football” after his sent Chelsea to the Champions League Final at the end of a few weeks of “the ugly side” of the game. Mount scored late on to seal a 2-0 win for Chelsea against Real Madrid in the second leg of their semi-final at Stamford Bridge as the Blues went through 3-1 on aggregate. Chelsea will play Manchester City in the Final on May 29 and Cole was full of praise for Mount after the midfielder booked his boyhood club a place in Istanbul.
"E stato un lungo e doloroso processo. Questo non mi riporterà Mario. Non lo riporterà in vita, non ci ridarà la nostra vita insieme". Così Rosa Maria Esilio, vedova del vicebrigadiere dei carabinieri Mario Cerciello Rega dopo la sentenza che ha condannato all'ergastolo Finnegan Lee Elder e Gabriel Natale Hjorth. "Oggi è stata messa la prima pietra per una giustizia nuova - ha poi sottolineato la donna che alla lettura della sentenza è scoppiata in lacrime - La sua integrità è stata difesa e dimostrata, nonostante da morto abbia dovuto subire tante insinuazioni". "Arrivare qui oggi è stato come arrivare in quell’ospedale. Non possiamo che ringraziare il complicato lavoro dei giudici, degli avvocati e di tutte le persone che sono state vicine a Mario perché lo conoscevano, perché era figlio e carabiniere di tutti. Ringrazio tutte le persone che hanno creduto nel suo essere un marito e un uomo meraviglioso e un servitore dello Stato che merita soltanto rispetto e onore che lui stesso da martire ha dimostrato", ha concluso.
BioConsortia names Nancy Vosnidou to newly created position of IP & Portfolio Strategist, protecting IP in gene editing, nitrogen fixation, et al .
Esperion Therapeutics (NASDAQ: ESPR) widely missed on its first-quarter results. In Q1 Esperion earned $8 million, over four times the $1.8 million of Q1 2020, fueled by $6.4 million in product revenue (royalty revenue came in at roughly $600,000).
Manchester United appear to have firmly ended their semi-final hoodoo as they take on AS Roma in the second leg of their Europa League tie. A remarkable 6-2 first-leg win at Old Trafford has Ole Gunnar Solskjaer & Co. all but confirmed for the final in Gdansk, where they will face Arsenal or Villarreal, but the head coach will hope his players are not distracted despite the heavy advantage. Roma vs Manchester United is scheduled for an 8pm BST kick-off on Thursday, May 6, 2021.