Injured Broncos player returns to the ice for first time since bus

first_imgCOLONSAY, Sask. — A defenseman who suffered a brain injury in the Humboldt Broncos bus crash last spring was back on the ice for the first time this week.Layne Matechuk, who is 18, was injured in April when the bus carrying his junior hockey team and a transport truck collided at a rural intersection. The crash killed 16 people, including 10 players, and injured 13.Matechuk’s dad, Kevin, posted an online video of his son skating while pushing a hockey net and another of him shooting a puck.He says he could not be more proud.Matechuk, who is from Colonsay, Sask., wore his Broncos jersey — No. 28 — in the video.The team was on its way to a Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League playoff game against Nipawin when the crash happened April 6.The driver of the transport truck, Jaskirat Singh Sidhu, was charged with 16 counts of dangerous driving causing death and 13 counts of dangerous driving causing bodily injury. He pleaded guilty to all the charges in court Tuesday as his lawyer explained his client didn’t want to make things worse for the families involved.A sentencing hearing for Sidhu has been set for Jan. 28 and the Crown prosecutor said it’s expected to take up to five days. On the web: Canadian Presslast_img read more

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More lenient state laws could chill lowalcohol beer market

OKLAHOMA CITY — Beer snobs in states where grocers could offer only low-alcohol brands are raising their mugs to stronger brews thanks to updated laws.But the changes could indirectly chill the industry in two others where such regulations remain.Rules that went into effect in Oklahoma in October allow grocery, convenience and retail liquor stores to sell chilled beer with an alcohol content of up to 8.99 per cent. Previously, grocery and convenience stores could offer only 3.2 per cent beer. Liquor stores, where stronger beers were available, were prohibited from selling it cold.Similar changes went into effect in Colorado Jan. 1 and will take effect in Kansas later this year. Now, Utah and Minnesota are the nation’s only “baby beer” markets. That future of the nation’s low-point beer market appears murky.Tim Talley, The Associated Press read more

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Three vehicle crash on Hamilton mountain

A three vehicle crash on the Hamilton mountain sent one woman to hospital earlier today.Hamilton police say the crash happened around noon at the intersection of Fennell and Upper Wellington.A blue mini van had extensive damage to one side and the front of a silver SUV was totalled. The man who was driving the SUV with his toddler son in the back, says the woman driving the blue van ran a red light and crashed into his vehicle.The driver of the van was taken to  hospital with minor injuries.  Everyone else was fine.Police continue to investigate.

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Une nouvelle espèce de papillon découverte dans un musée

first_imgUne nouvelle espèce de papillon découverte dans un muséeLes conservateurs du National History Museum de Londres en Angleterre ont découvert une nouvelle espèce de papillon parmi les collections très fournies du musée.C’est à l’occasion d’une nouvelle exposition que les conservateurs ont fait la découverte. Parmi les 1.700 spécimens donnés au National History Museum de Londres il y a plus de cent ans, ceux-ci ont identifié une toute nouvelle espèce de papillons bruns. Décrit dans la revue Zootaxa, le papillon est doté d’ailes d’environ 3 centimètres et présente des zébrures marrons. Selon la conservatrice Blanca Huertas, l’insecte a été pour la première fois collecté au Pérou en 1903 mais n’avait jusqu’ici pas été “étiqueté” dans une espèce. Un fait qui s’expliquerait principalement par l’attirance du public vers les papillons plus exotiques et plus colorés.”Les conservateurs et les chercheurs vont vers les grandes choses tape-à-l’œil, mais ce groupe est tout aussi beau lorsqu’on le regarde de près et il reste beaucoup d’autres espèces à découvrir” a t-elle indiqué au Telegraph. À lire aussi15 incroyables métamorphoses de chenilles devenues papillonsEn effet, ce n’est pas la première fois que la spécialiste fait une telle découverte dans les collections du musée, deux autres espèces ayant déjà été identifiées. Néanmoins, les conservateurs ont été ravis de découvrir que la nouvelle espèce survivait toujours dans la nature dans une des réserves du Pérou localisée dans le département de Loreto où d’autres espèces menacées de papillons ont également été trouvées. “Presque la moitié des espèces de papillons du monde vivent en Amérique du Sud, et c’est incroyable que nous en trouvions encore des nouvelles. Cette découverte révèle la richesse des collections du Musée et comment ses 70 millions de spécimens peuvent encore abriter des secrets qui restent à découvrir pour les scientifiques” a commenté au Telegraph Blanca Huertas. Au cours des 250 dernières années, les spécialistes auraient ainsi identifié et nommé entre 112.000 et 165.000 espèces de papillons.Le 16 avril 2011 à 16:41 • Emmanuel Perrinlast_img read more

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Equifax Breach Compromises Data of More Than 143 Million People

first_imgStay on target How to Stay Cybersecure for the HolidaysYou Know Your Smartphone is Spying on You, But It’s Worse Than You Think Equifax, one of the United States’ primary credit reporting agencies, announced Thursday that its databases had been breached. Private information on more than 143 million people in the US, including Social Security Numbers, driver’s license numbers, addresses, birth dates, and credit card information may now be out in the wild. This is the largest such incident in history.The breach was discovered back in July, and since the company has been conducting a private investigation. Equifax did not begin notifying victims until this week, though claimed that it did not notice any fraudulent use as a result of the breach on any affected accounts.“Criminals exploited a U.S. website application vulnerability to gain access to certain files,” Equifax said in a statement, adding that hundreds of thousands of credit card numbers were stolen as well as “dispute documents” that contain personally identifying information for “approximately 182,000 people.”At issue, of course, is the growing problem of big data, the lack of layered security, and the arrogance of companies that don’t prepare their systems to “fail well.” Equifax, in particular, comes out pretty bad in this, given the unscrupulous practices such agencies use to sucker employers and other organizations into using credit reports as a proxy for trust-worthiness even outside of the economic sphere. Companies like Equifax, as well as its compatriots Experian and TransUnion have routinely collected tremendous quantities covering almost the entire financial history of just about everyone in the US.This has helped fuel an entire cottage industry of bogus debt collection, harassment, manipulation, collusion, etc. to create markets for collected data. From there, credit reporting agencies sell their “services” (i.e. your information) to various organizations including banks and retailers or potential employers.These agencies are not only routinely wrong, but the sheer quantity of sensitivity of data collected should, at the very least, warrant one of the highest standards of caution possible. Instead, it seems, Equifax skirted best practices and left many of its most sensitive data unsecured, unencrypted, and together in large enough, contiguous blocks for the attackers to have made off with one of the single most complete troves of stolen data in history.Data protection and privacy, thanks to the dominance of organizations like Equifax hasn’t been appropriately regulated or handled in… basically ever. This all but guarantees that almost nothing will change, few, if any, will be punished. And Equifax’s shares fell a mere five percent. After a breach that compromised well over half of every adult in the United States.“This is a security risk for any and every website that anyone uses,” founder of Cybersecurity firm Soteria, Chistopher O’Rourke, told CNBC.“Most often, security questions to access those websites use that data, like a previous address, so this becomes an open-source intelligence nightmare, worse in many ways than the Office of Personnel Management government breach,” O’Rourke added. “It’s nasty. If I can get my hands on that information I can call a bank. They’re going to ask me for your Social, address, the information that was leaked here, to get access.”In a flaccid attempt to right this hilariously grim, ironic mess, Equifax has setup a website to educate victims on the data breach. The company refers to every affected as either “customers” or “consumers,” which is perfectly dehumanizing in the most insidious way.“This is clearly a disappointing event for our company, and one that strikes at the heart of who we are and what we do. I apologize to consumers and our business customers for the concern and frustration this causes,” CEO Richard Smith said in a statement. “We pride ourselves on being a leader in managing and protecting data, and we are conducting a thorough review of our overall security operations. We also are focused on consumer protection and have developed a comprehensive portfolio of services to support all U.S. consumers, regardless of whether they were impacted by this incident.”Hopefully, one day, we’ll have sensible data security policies and this won’t happen. Also, maybe don’t have tons of companies running around that gather up all of our data and super pinky promise to protect it. Until then… good luck.Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey.last_img read more

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Vancouver man to run marathon in Greece in memory of grandfather

first_imgWhen Jeremiah Thompson toes the start line of the Athens Marathon today, he’ll do so with his grandfather on his mind.The 36-year-old Vancouver man and his longtime friend, 31-year-old Dimitry Makhanov, flew more than 6,000 miles to run the original marathon — a 26.2-mile trek from the city of Marathon to Panathenaic Stadium in Athens, Greece. This will be the first marathon for Thompson, who is dedicating the run to his grandfather Dewey E. Clark, who died last year at age 89.“This is going to be the defining moment of paying homage to my grandfather,” Thompson said.Three years ago, while on his honeymoon, Thompson saw the finish of the Athens Marathon. He had never heard so much cheering as he did when runners, dressed as warriors wearing breast plates and carrying shields, ran into Olympic Stadium toward the finish line. They were reliving history, following the course a foot soldier from ancient Athens took to deliver news of the Greeks’ victory over the Persians during the Battle of Marathon in 490 B.C.“That was just awe-inspiring,” Thompson said.Thompson had never been a runner — he preferred mountaineering — but after his grandfather died in July 2015, Thompson felt for the first time a desire to take up the sport his grandfather loved.Thompson’s grandpa ran his first marathon, the Tri-Cities Marathon, in 1980. In 1992, however, a prostate cancer diagnosis meant he had to give up his marathoning. Clark beat the cancer but was never able to run another marathon. He did, however, continue to run shorter 5K and 10K races until about 2000.The years of conditioning meant that after being diagnosed with congestive heart failure in 2009, Clark’s heart, though weakened, kept pumping and his lungs never filled with fluid, Thompson said.last_img read more

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Suarez believes Dembele needs to learn from teammates

first_imgThe Barcelona footballer is calling Ousmane to improve his attitude to be able to earn a place in the first-teamOusmane Dembele has not started a match in the Spanish La Liga tournament since September, and he’s starting to be undisciplined.And teammate Luis Suarez has a clear message for him.“It’s not that [Dembele] has not adapted to the dressing room – the relationship he has with his team-mates is very good,” Suarez told reporters according to Four Four Two.David Villa, SpainQuiz: How much do you know about David Villa? Boro Tanchev – September 14, 2019 Time to test your knowledge about Spanish legendary forward David Villa.“He is happy. But as some of my team-mates have said, and Ousmane himself knows, being a footballer is a privilege. I think maybe he should focus more on his football and be more responsible.”“He is very young and can take inspiration from the exemplary professionalism in the Barcelona dressing room. He deserves to be there and to triumph with Barca,” Suarez added.The French footballer joined Barcelona in 2017 after spells with Borussia Dortmund in the German Bundesliga and Rennes in the French Ligue 1.last_img read more

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ASA Backs Bill Eliminating Duplicative Pesticide Permit Requirements

first_imgASA President Danny Murphy applauded legislation introduced yesterday by Senate Agriculture Committee members Pat Roberts (R-Kan.) and Mike Johanns (R-Neb.) that amends the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA) to eliminate the duplicative pesticide permitting requirements under the Clean Water Act. The bill, S. 175, will ensure that Clean Water Act permits are not needed for the applications of pesticides currently registered under FIFRA.”The elimination of these redundant pesticide permitting requirements has been a priority for ASA since 2010, and we are very supportive of Senator Roberts and Senator Johanns in their efforts to reduce the red tape for our farmers,” said Murphy. “Farmers are always willing to cooperate with regulations based on sound science and grounded in practical, real-world farming practices. This legislation will remove the uncertainty that the current system creates, while leaving well-established rules in place to effectively protect the environment. We commend Senators Roberts and Johanns on their work, and call on the Senate to pass this bill quickly.”The bill now awaits approval by the Senate Agriculture Committee before moving on to the full Senate.last_img read more

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Shapoorji Pallonji to acquire majority stake in Gopalpur port

first_imgShapoorji Pallonji Group, a diversified business conglomerate with interests in construction, real estate, textiles, engineering goods, home appliances and shipping among others, is likely to acquire majority stake in Gopalpur port in Odisha.Gopalpur port is the second private port in this eastern state after Dhamra, which is run by Adani group.In 2006, the port project was won by a consortium of Orissa Stevedores Ltd (OSL), metal trading firm Sara International. This all-weather port which is being run on a build, own, operate and transfer (BOOT) model, had earlier seen exit of Noble group in 2010.According to sources in the know of the deal said Shapoorji Pallonji Group is likely to buy majority stake from Sara International with OSL holding on to its 49 percent stake.An official of Gopalpur port, who wished not to be named, told International Business Times that discussions were going on for some time and the deal would take another two months to be sealed. He, however, declined to give any figure on valuation of the deal. Notably, any stake sale will require the state government’s approval.Operations at Gopalpur port were severely impacted due to two cyclones Phailin and Hud Hud in 2013-14. The port reopened in December last year for normal commercial operations and now has an enhanced cargo handling capacity up to 50,000 tonne from 15,000 tonne earlier.Odisha is home to one major port- Paradip and two private ports, which handle most of the commodities and goods in eastern India.Paradeep Port handled 76.38 million tonne of traffic in 2015-16, up 7.57 percent over the previous fiscal. It has been ranked as the second major port in terms of cargo handled after Kandla port.last_img read more

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Girl drowns in Sylhet

first_imgMap of SylhetA minor girl drowned in a pond in Isabpur village of Bishwanath upazila on Friday, reports UNB.The deceased is Nilufa Begum, 3, daughter of Alamgir Hossain of the village.Locals said neighbours spotted the floating body around 2:30pm.Later, they rescued the body and took it to the house of a local doctor who declared her dead, they added.A case of unnatural death was filed with Bishwanath police station, said sub-inspector Mizanur Rahman of the police station.last_img

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Dengue fighter dies of dengue

first_img.A health assistant, who was working under the dengue awareness campaign of Dhaka South City Corporation (DSCC), died of the mosquito-borne disease at a city hospital on Thursday, reports UNB.Tapan Kumar Mondal succumbed to dengue fever at Bangladesh Medical College Hospital in Dhanmondi around 4:30pm, said its front desk officer Ismail Hossain.The victim’s relative Nitya Gopal Tutu told UNB that Tapan, a health assistant under Madaripur Sadar Health Complex, was posted in the DSCC two weeks ago following the dengue outbreak. He was working in Ward-58 under Zone-10 of the DSCC to raise awareness against dengue.As he fell sick on Saturday, the health assistant went to Dhaka Medical College Hospital where he was diagnosed with dengue. However, he went back to Madaripur.As his condition was deteriorating, he first received treatment in Madaripur and then at Faridpur Sadar Hospital, Tutu said.Tapan was admitted to Bangladesh Medical College Hospital on Wednesday where he died, he said.last_img read more

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Young DC Author Creates Natural Hair Superhero

first_imgNatalie McGriff’s comic book “The Adventures of Moxie Girl” is helping to build self-esteem and vocabulary skills of Black girls. (Courtesy Photo)“I didn’t like my hair and I didn’t like to read,” were the first words 8-year-old Natalie McGriff spoke during a recent interview with the AFRO.  Fortunately for McGriff, her mother’s intuition and creativity catapulted Natalie’s lament into the latest, and perhaps fiercest, new superhero — Moxie McGriff.Angie Nixon said that her daughter’s self-esteem issues grew from a dislike of both her hair and her complexion, and when she found that Natalie also disliked reading, she decided to combine a single platform to address all three concerns.  Moxie McGriff has fire and ice powers that come from her grandmother’s secret shampoo and conditioner.“I asked Natalie if she would like to see herself as a super hero in a comic book and she said ‘Sure,’ Nixon said.  “So I made her superpowers part of her hair – because I wanted her to see how powerful and awesome it was to have her hair to be natural, and my one condition was that Natalie had to read more books so that she could improve her vocabulary and learn more words because no one wants to read a boring book with basic words in it.”“The Adventures of Moxie Girl” introduces an afro-puff wearing, girl superhero to an audience of Black girls with similar concerns over their appearances. The book includes a word list and assignments to encourage young readers to expand their vocabulary.“We put in word lists that may be a bit far-reaching for kids in elementary school because they will need a strong foundation with those SAT words they encounter in high school. If they are learning them now, it will be that much easier later,” said Nixon, who entered the book into a crowdfunding contest and won $15,000 to produce and promote the book.In addition to improving Natalie’s reading, writing and comprehension skills, “The Adventures of Moxie Girl” has also had a positive impact on her self-esteem.“Since the book came out Natalie’s self-esteem has increased dramatically and she doesn’t even understand the impact she is having on other young people right now and how they feel about themselves,” Nixon said.  “We recently donated 50 books to the local Boys and Girls Club (Washington D.C.) and a lot of the girls came up and hugged her and asked for her autograph.  These little girls are seeing characters that look like them and that was the main reason I did this.  She never saw characters who looked like her and that were her age.  Now there is a character and it is her.”last_img read more

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City Sues Wells Fargo Over FHA Violations

first_img in Daily Dose, Foreclosure, News, Servicing City Sues Wells Fargo Over FHA Violations FHA Foreclsoure Wells Fargo 2017-05-15 Seth Welborn On Monday, the City of Philadelphia sued Wells Fargo & Co for predatory lending and violations of the Fair Housing Act. This suit comes just two weeks after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that cities may sue lenders for alleged discrimination, according to Reuters.Two weeks before this case, the Supreme Court had ruled that Miami could sue Bank of America for predatory lending practices that allegedly increased segregation.The complaint alleges that Well Fargo had pushed minorities into riskier loans at higher rates, and chargers that this had been an ongoing problem since 2004.”The City of Philadelphia’s investigation revealed that both the resources of the city and the lives of Philadelphia’s citizens have been negatively affected by Wells Fargo’s discriminatory lending practices,” city Solicitor Sozi Pedro Tulante said in a statement on CNBC. “The Law Department must take action in light of this evidence and halt these discriminatory practices on behalf of the citizens of Philadelphia.”The City said that black borrowers were over twice as likely to receive high-cost or high-risk loans than white borrowers, while Hispanic borrowers were around twice as likely, and home in predominantly minority neighborhoods were 4.7 times more likely to be foreclosed.”The city’s unsubstantiated accusations against Wells Fargo do not reflect how we operate,” Wells Fargo spokesman Tom Goyda said in a statement. “Wells Fargo has been a part of the Philadelphia community for more than 140 years and we will vigorously defend our record as a fair and responsible lender.”The bank continued its defense of itself in its statement.”Wells Fargo has been a part of the Philadelphia community for more than 140 years and we will vigorously defend our record as a fair and responsible lender,” the statement added. “We will continue to focus on helping customers in Philadelphia and its surrounding communities succeed financially, and on expanding homeownership in Pennsylvania and across the United States.”center_img May 15, 2017 609 Views Sharelast_img read more

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Former journalist travel writer and travel indust

first_imgFormer journalist, travel writer and travel industry pr, David Ellis, passed away in his sleep last Friday at his home at Burradoo in the NSW Southern Highlands.The semi-retired 79-year-old was well known and loved in the travel industry, having looked after the media interests of groups such as the Tahiti Tourism Board, Anaheim Visitors Bureau, Finnair, Berlin Convention Centre, Vanuatu Tourism and, at the time of his death, SeaDream Yacht Club.Our condolences to his family – his wife of 55 years, Gwenda; son Steven, a noted archaeologist in the U.S.; daughter Kimberley; and his eight grandchildren. His son Bradley passed away in 2011.Funeral arrangements are expected to be announced shortly for Thursday, 14 March, 3.00pm at South Chapel, Woronora Cemetery and Crematorium, Sutherland. Vale David Ellislast_img read more

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Go back to the enewsletter APT has launched a m

first_imgGo back to the e-newsletter >APT has launched a marketing campaign to celebrate and thank the travel industry partners, staff, destinations and supporters that have contributed to making #APTtheBest.As well as a national consumer advertising campaign, APT’s ‘Best’ campaign also includes two new industry incentives which will run throughout September: one for travel agencies and one for consultants.Travel agencies will be granted an automatic entry into a special weekly draw for each and every APT booking made and deposited in September. Each weekly winner will receive a $1500 marketing voucher with APT.Meanwhile consultants are also invited to join the celebrations, with APT giving away a luxury all-inclusive Europe or Mekong river cruise every week to the winning entrant of a special photo competition. To enter, agents simply need to take a photo incorporating the campaign hashtag #APTtheBest and send it, along with an explanation as to why they think APT is the best (must be 25 words or less), to Entries should include entrants’ contact details.Commenting on the campaign, APT Chief Marketing Officer, Debra Fox said, “We feel incredibly lucky to have the support of the Australian travel industry, suppliers, media partners and valued guests. As well as celebrating the success of all those who continually work so hard to support APT, the campaign and the industry incentives are our way of giving something back to travel agents. Of course we also intend to have a bit of fun in the process. We can’t wait to see the entries into the photo competition – we’re hoping the travel industry will wow us with their very ‘best’ entries.”The #APTtheBest incentive campaign and photo competition runs from 1-30 September 2015 inclusive.Go back to the e-newsletter >last_img read more

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Europe Cyprus vulnerable to US market turbulence

first_imgTurbulence on US financial markets which is spreading to other regions may well be an indication of an impending worldwide economic slowdown, two people familiar with the matter said in separate interviews on Friday.The sell-off, which started last week on the New York Stock Exchange and led The Dow Jones Index on Thursday to drop by over 1,000 points for the second time in a week, is related to the expected phasing out of the Fed’s accommodative monetary policy, said financial consultant Elena Constantinou.The Dow closed 4.2 per cent lower on Thursday compared with Wednesday. On Friday, Chinese shares fell by an average 4 per cent, while European markets fell for the ninth time in ten days.Due to the time lag in the transmission of the impact of policy decisions in the US to Europe the European economy could be affected as early as late 2019, said Constantinou, founder and director of the Nicosia-based RIM Think Acute Consulting Ltd. That means economies with vulnerabilities, such as Cyprus with its over-indebted public and private sector, should take proactive measures to mitigate the impact of increased borrowing costs, she added.Due to the expected impact of Brexit on the euro area’s economy, the European Central Bank (ECB) will not be too aggressive while phasing out its low-interest-rate policy, and will first halve its asset purchases to €30 billion a month before communicating its intention to proceed with interest rates hikes, Constantinou said.“As a (Cypriot) finance minister I would try to take advantage of the current low interest rates to repay more expensive debt and resort to reforms, including privatisations,” she continued. Privatisations are seen as a way for the economy improve its competitiveness and the government to reduce public debt, which last year was projected to have fallen below the 100-per cent mark for the first time since 2013.Constantinou warned that the government needs a long-term plan to encourage the reduction of the economy’s excessive reliance on certain opportunistic economic activities and offer incentives to the primary and secondary sector.Bank of Cyprus’ chief economist Ioannis Tirkides said that US financial woes may have been sparked by more than the long overdue ‘correction’ he initially saw on Tuesday, the day after the Dow fell by 1,175 points, the largest drop in a single day ever.Three days later, Tirkides saw there may be “deeper causes than a mere correction,” including concern about the outcome of the Italian election causing more political uncertainty in Europe.Still, the underlying long-term trends remained positive despite concerns about regional geopolitical tensions, the impact of the latest tax reform in the US expected to lead to larger fiscal shortfalls and fears of trade wars, he said three days later.“This year will not be as calm as the years before it,” he added. The announced phasing out of the Fed’s accommodating monetary policy will lead to a reduction in central bank balance sheets and to ‘sustainably higher’ levels of interest rates.“This is going to cause a change in the direction of money flows, this time out of equities,” he said. “More selling may be forthcoming, but it will not necessarily mean that there will be a recession in the global economy any time soon”.Constantinou added that all these ‘risks existed last year and will continue to exist this year’.“However, throughout 2017, and in January, markets were complacent about the prospects of the global economy, as growth was accelerating,” she said.You May LikePopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoDr. Marty ProPower Plus Supplement3 Dangerous Foods People Feed Their Dogs (Without Realizing It)Dr. Marty ProPower Plus SupplementUndoKelley Blue Book10 Electric Cars That Last the LongestKelley Blue BookUndo Turkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoConcern over falling tourism numbersUndoPensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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President to participate in EUArab Summit in Athens

first_imgPresident Nicos Anastasiades will participate in the 3rd EU-Arab Summit in Athens on Monday and Tuesday.He will address the deliberations of the summit which will be attended by heads of state and government of EU and Arab countries.The agenda includes issues such as Europe and the Arab World in a Challenging Global Environment; European and Arab Neighbourhood Policies in the Mediterranean, Africa and the Middle East; Migration Policies in the Mediterranean, Africa and the Middle East; and Cooperation with Arab States on Climate Change and Energy Transition.Anastasiades will also attend the official dinner hosted by Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras on Monday in honour of the leaders of the states participating in the Summit.On Tuesday he will address a dinner organised by the Cypriot Association of Shipowners within the framework of the annual General Assembly of the Association, that will take place in the afternoon and be attended by Cyprus Deputy Minister of Shipping. Natasa Pilides.The President, who will be accompanied by Government Spokesman Prodromos Prodromou, will return to Cyprus on Wednesday.You May LikeLuxury Crossover SUV I Search AdsThese SUVs Are The Cream Of The Crop. Search For 2019 Luxury Crossover SUV DealsLuxury Crossover SUV I Search AdsUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoAngels And EntrepreneursRobert Herjavec Announce Venture Could Make You RichAngels And EntrepreneursUndo Turkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoConcern over falling tourism numbersUndoIsraeli rape suspects freed, woman who alleged assault arrested (Updated)Undoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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