Market gathers momentum

first_imgMarkets had a good showing last week and continued their gains from the previous week. The Midcap and Smallcap segment outperformed the benchmark indices on expected lines. BSE SENSEX was up 607.62 points or 1.68 per cent to close at 36,671.43 points. NIFTY gained 171.90 points or 1.58 per cent to close at 11,035.40 points. BSE Midcap gained 2.08 per cent and BSE Smallcap was up 3.91 per cent. This positive movement in the smaller stocks has brought smiles on the faces of many investors after a very long time. The gains in India were even though Dow Jones was down 576.08 points or 2.21 per cent at 25,450.24 points. The rupee gained 76 paisa or 1.07 per cent to close at Rs 70.15 to the dollar. Also Read – A special kind of bondThe election code would kick in immediately after the announcement of Lok Sabha election schedule and hopefully, some of the name calling by politicians would reduce. In any case, this election is going to be dirty and one should expect people not only accusing each other but then running to the Election Commission to file a complaint. Markets are in a much better frame of mind and FPI’s have seen buyers in recent weeks. This has helped in bringing about stability and the crossing of key resistance levels of 36K and 36.5K on the SENSEX and 11K on the NIFTY. The important point here is the fact that these levels have sustained through the week. Further, the breadth of the market has increased significantly, and larger number of stocks have seen increase in volume and price rise. Stocks gaining 10 per cent and more during the week are significantly higher than in previous weeks. The only sectoral indices which were down last week were the BSE IT and BSE TECK. This was on the back of the fall in prices of Wipro after the trust of Azim Premji sold shares worth Rs 700 crore. Other IT stocks like HCL Tech and Infosys were also weak while TCS gained ground. There is nothing negative about the IT space except the feeling that the major IT companies may guide for a muted growth when FY20 guidance is given for March 2019 results. Also Read – Insider threat managementThe CPSE ETF and ICICI Bharat-22 had very strong showing last week and registered strong gains as their underlying shares rallied. In the case of Bharat 22, ITC and Axis Bank also registered significant gains. These ETFs are likely to continue their momentum as more PSUs declare interim dividends. Essar Steel has finally found a resolution and is sold to Arcelor. One needs to keep their fingers crossed and hope that no more cases are filed by the erstwhile owners of Essar Steel. The way this group has misused public funds would be an interesting case study in the IIM’s of this country. Jet Airways plan to manage its resources seems to be seeing the light of day with SBI, Etihad and Naresh Goyal seemingly hammering out a plan of sorts. One hopes that this is also resolved sooner than later as already 20 per cent of the airline’s aircraft have been grounded so far for non-payment to lessors of aircraft. Markets are likely to continue to gain ground in the coming week with a correction or two also there. The momentum is there, and people will closely follow the elections and the efforts of the ‘mahagathbandan’ as it announces its parties and candidates for the first phase of elections. Ride the momentum and use sharp rallies to book some profits and take money off the table! (The writer is founder of Kejriwal Research and Investment Services. The views expressed are strictly personal)last_img read more

TSX closes higher Friday lawmakers meet to try to avoid fiscal cliff

TORONTO — The Toronto stock market advanced Friday after top U.S. congressional leaders struck a conciliatory pose as they got together to discuss a resolution to a looming fiscal crisis that has the potential to seriously disrupt the American economy.The S&P/TSX composite index registered its first positive close all week, gaining 66.34 points to 11,877.72.“It’s not unreasonable for people to be thinking about the worst case and fear is driving (the market) at the moment. But we don’t think the worst fears will be realized,” said Robert Gorman, chief portfolio strategist at TD Waterhouse.“There’s going to be a lot of drama. But at the end of the day, the consequences of this are so well-known, and so severe, that we think there will be some accommodation.”The TSX Venture Exchange was ahead 12.64 points to 1,235.34.The Canadian dollar added 0.03 of a cent to 99.9 cents US.U.S. markets also closed higher with the Dow Jones industrials ahead 45.93 points to 12,588.31, the Nasdaq up 16.19 points at 2,853.13 and the S&P 500 index up 6.55 points at 1,359.88.Following a morning meeting at the White House, House Speaker John Boehner and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell both said they offered higher tax revenue as part of a deal. Boehner said he outlined a framework that is consistent with Obama’s call for a “balanced” approach of both higher revenue and spending cuts.North American markets have nosedived over the previous seven sessions as the results of the U.S. election deepened pessimism that politicians can avoid a “fiscal cliff” — a series of tax hikes and spending cuts set to take effect at the start of 2013.Some economists estimate that if the current automatic measures aren’t changed, about five percentage points will be cut from U.S. growth — plunging the world’s largest economy into recession and damaging an already fragile global economy.The TSX has tumbled 3.9% since the election as worries about a sudden slowing of economic growth would be bad news for a resource heavy market like Toronto’s, since a lessening of demand for oil and metals would put pressure on mining and energy stocks.The Dow industrials has fallen 5% as investors worry about higher dividend and capital gains taxes.Traders also took in data showing that superstorm Sandy depressed U.S. industrial output in October.The Federal Reserve says industrial output fell 0.4% last month, after a 0.2% gain in September. Excluding the storm’s impact, production at U.S. factories, mines and utilities would have been up about 0.6%.Tech stocks led advancers as Research In Motion Ltd. ran ahead 43 cents or 4.89% to $9.23.The gold sector was up about 0.85% as December bullion edged up 90 cents to US$1,714.70 an ounce. Barrick Gold Corp. was ahead 49 cents to $33.77 and Kinross Gold gained 18 cents to $9.51.Financials also strengthened during the afternoon as Royal Bank ran up 54 cents to $55.62.The telecom sector was positive after a report that BCE Inc. was planning to make a new takeover offer for broadcasting and advertising company Astral Media Inc. The CRTC killed a $3.4-billion deal last month, saying it wasn’t in the best interests of Canadians. Reports said the new deal seeks to overcome regulatory opposition with a plan to auction off a number of Astral’s English broadcast assets. BCE shares were ahead 61 cents at $41.99 while Astral shares ran ahead $2.14 to $44.40.The TSX energy sector drifted 0.35% higher even as December crude on the New York Mercantile Exchange moved up $1.22 to US$86.67 a barrel as investors monitored fighting between Israel and militants in Gaza and its potential impact on supplies. Canadian Oil Sands climbed 41 cents to $20.47.The base metals sector was slightly higher as December copper fell one cent to US$3.45 a pound. HudBay Minerals gained 22 cents to $9.15.Elsewhere on the corporate front, Hostess Brands says it is going out of business, closing plants that make Twinkies and Wonder Bread for the U.S. market and laying off all of its 18,500 workers. The company says a nationwide worker strike crippled its ability to make and deliver its products at several locations.Hostess had warned employees that it would file a motion in U.S. Bankruptcy Court to unwind its business and sell assets if plant operations didn’t return to normal levels by Thursday evening.The Canadian Press read more

Niagara Police investigate violent home invasion

Niagara police are searching for a group of men after a violent home invasion in Welland.A group of disguised and armed men entered a home on First Avenue around 11:30 p.m. Thursday.The men assaulted the people inside the home and fled the scene before police were notified of the attack.Police believe that this home invasion was not a random act of violence and are asking anyone with information regarding this incident to call Detective Tom Neilson at 905-688-4111 ext. 3344.

UNICEF and Fox Kids Europe announce partnership to promote girls education

UNICEF said it would work together with Fox Kids Europe (FKE) on a series of promotional initiatives throughout the five-month build-up to the Fox Kids Cup international final. The Fox Kids Cup 2003 will be the biggest in its history with an expected participation of more than 200,000 players from 20 countries. Each participating country will host tournaments in association with national football federations or schools’ associations. The tournaments will begin this month in more than 130 cities around the world. All children participating in the Cup will be asked to collect pledges from spectators, fans and friends in support of girls’ education and UNICEF’s “Go Girls! Education for Every Child” campaign, which aims to get girls into school in 25 priority countries by 2005. “This partnership gives us the chance to spotlight the right to education as fundamental to every child’s development,” said Marjorie Newman-Williams, Director of the Division of Communication at UNICEF. “Every effort to get a girl into school is one that helps to safeguard not only her future but also that of an entire generation of girls and boys.”UNICEF and FKE first teamed up last year to promote “Say Yes for Children,” a campaign in which over 94 million people pledged support for 10 basic principles to protect and improve the lives of children. Shari Donnenfield, FKE’s Executive Director of Research and Marketing, said UNICEF’s commitment to sport and children makes it the ideal partner for the tournament. read more

Torstar names John Boynton as new CEO and publisher of the Toronto

Torstar names John Boynton as new CEO and publisher of the Toronto Star TORONTO – Torstar Corp. (TSX:TS.B) named a senior executive from loyalty rewards company Aimia Inc. as its new chief executive and publisher of the Toronto Star, picking a marketing veteran to help tackle challenges including declining print revenue.The newspaper publisher and digital media company said Friday that John Boynton will assume the top job effective March 31. Boynton has been chief marketing officer of the Americas Coalitions business at Aimia, the Montreal-based owner of Aeroplan.“John is a proven strategic leader and a turnaround specialist with a unique blend of marketing and advertising experience that will benefit both Torstar’s newspapers and its digital businesses,” Torstar chairman John Honderich said in a statement.“His background in leading successful teams in a variety of businesses, including data, digital, technology, Internet, mobile, video, entertainment and consumer goods, is ideally suited for Torstar at this time in the company’s evolution towards a more digital and mobile future.”Torstar’s latest results out on Wednesday highlighted the company’s struggles. Like many other newspaper publishers, its revenue dropped in 2016. Print advertising sales fell as both advertisers and readers moved online. At the same time, revenue from digital ventures like Star Touch, the Toronto’s Star’s tablet edition, has not offset those losses.Before joining Aimia (TSX:AIM), Boynton was chief marketing officer for Rogers Communications Inc. (TSX:RCI.B). He also held senior roles at Sprint Canada, AT&T Canada, Scott’s Hospitality and Pepsico.Torstar said that Boynton’s background in marketing and advanced data analytics and monetization will help the company in offering new opportunities for its advertising and marketing clients.“I am excited to be part of the future and hope to lead a fantastic team to a new chapter in leveraging these assets in new ways to drive new growth,” Boynton said in a statement.BMO Capital Markets analyst Tim Casey wrote in a note to clients that Boynton’s experience is relevant to Torstar as it struggles to transition its business model from print to digital.“Boynton brings extensive experience and expertise in social, digital, and mobile strategy and execution,” Casey wrote.Torstar has spent millions in recent years in an effort to develop its digital business, including Star Touch. However, Star Touch, which was based on the La Presse tablet app, has failed to meet readership expectations.Boynton succeeds David Holland, who retired officially Friday.————————————————————————–Torstar holds an investment in The Canadian Press as part of a joint agreement with a subsidiary of the Globe and Mail and the parent company of Montreal’s La Presse. by The Canadian Press Posted Mar 3, 2017 6:31 am MDT Last Updated Mar 3, 2017 at 10:40 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email read more

NCAA announced sanctions for Oregon infractions

The NCAA has imposed two years of probation on Oregon after finding it violated rules related to the men’s and women’s basketball teams and the track and field program.The NCAA’s decision issued Wednesday said women’s coach Kelly Graves failed to “monitor and promote an atmosphere of compliance in his program.” The infraction stemmed from an assistant strength coach’s participation in on-court activities during and after practices, which caused the team to exceed the number of allowable coaches. Graves must serve a two-game suspension this season.The NCAA found men’s coach Dana Altman failed to properly monitor his director of basketball operations, who took part in or observed at least 64 individual voluntary workouts in violation of NCAA rules.The decision also said an adjunct instructor changed a grade for a track and field athlete, allowing the athlete to remain eligible.Additionally, the decision said the football program improperly used an electronic reader board in the team’s facilities for recruiting purposes. The team immediately stopped after being told it may be out of compliance.___More AP college basketball: and M. Peterson, The Associated Press read more

The Patriots Arent Quite Their Usual Dominant Selves This Year

Playoff %Playoff % This year, though, New England is a perfect 5-0 at home but only 3-3 on the road — respectable but nowhere near the league’s best. (The Pats have also been outscored by 11 points in away games, against a road schedule that ranks just 28th in average opposing Elo.) And this might come up in the playoffs, unlike so many seasons in which the Pats had home-field advantage through the AFC title game.1Since 2010, New England has played a total of 15 non-Super Bowl playoff games — of which 13 have been hosted at Gillette Stadium. Right now, New England is in line for the AFC’s No. 2 seed behind the Kansas City Chiefs, but only a half-game separates them from the fourth-seeded Steelers.Owning the turnover battleTurnover margin is one of the most important factors in determining who wins or loses any football game. Conventional stathead wisdom, though, tells us that outlier turnover seasons — whether avoiding them on offense, forcing them on defense, or both — are unsustainable. While there are some ways a team can influence its tendency to have more takeaways than giveaways, a lot of it also comes down to luck.Unless, of course, you’re the Patriots. New England perennially dominates this category, ranking first by a mile from 2010 through 2017 with a +116 turnover differential, almost double that of the next-best team. A lot of that is a function of having Tom Brady at QB; he’s tied for the second-lowest interception percentage of any passer in NFL history. But the Pats are also great at avoiding fumbles — only the Falcons had coughed it up fewer times since 2010, and no team had lost fewer fumbles than the Pats. And their defense had forced the second-most turnovers of any team this decade (behind the Giants), ranking second in interceptions and tied for third in fumbles recovered.Such opportunism has historically paid big dividends for New England, but this year’s squad is still trying to recapture that formula. The Pats are currently +5 in turnovers, which ranks ninth in the league but is nothing special by their standards. Brady has his highest interception rate since 2013 (his seven picks already are only one off of his full-season total from last year), driving a big overall increase in giveaways per game, though the team is being more careful in recent weeks. And while the Pats have forced at least one turnover in all but one game this season, they are tied for eighth-to-last in the league in games with three or more takeaways, six behind the league-leading Bears.Yards and pointsIn addition to — and correlated with — their dominant turnover differential, the Patriots have always had another trick up their sleeves in terms of winning extra games. It involves their yards per point (YPP): essentially, how efficiently they turn field position into scores on offense and how inefficiently they force opponents to do the same. By definition, when you have a lower YPP than the opponent, you will win more often because you’re trading field position for points at a more favorable rate than they are.Like turnover margin, YPP is supposed to be pretty inconsistent from year to year, bouncing around with a team’s luck at picking up key first downs and converting red zone chances, along with the all-important knack for “bending but not breaking” on defense. Yet the Pats dominate this category so thoroughly and so consistently, it might be the single biggest factor in their ongoing success. Not only had they ranked first in both offensive and defensive YPP since 2010, but their net YPP differential of +5.6 was more than double the No. 2 Packers’ +2.5 mark over that span.(This is one of the big reasons that worries about the Patriots’ defense always need to be tempered. Belichick’s team has traditionally punched above its weight in terms of points allowed, just because it always makes opponents work so hard to turn gains on the field into rewards on the scoreboard.)This season, the Pats remain among the top net YPP teams, ranking fourth, but they are not quite dominating like usual. They rank just seventh in offensive YPP and sixth on defense, with a net YPP of +2.8, which trails the Bears, Saints and Chiefs. On top of the increase in turnovers per game from above, New England’s efficiency rankings on third down and in the red zone are worse, and the team has slipped in those same “situational” categories on defense. And if you want another cause for the Patriots’ YPP decline, their net starting field position is -2.6 yards per drive this season (meaning the opponent starts 2.6 yards closer to the end zone than the Pats), after a decade in which that number was a league-best +4.6.In other words, many of the little things that usually add up to that massive YPP advantage for New England aren’t quite working as well so far this year. But the good news for the Pats is that their turnover margin and net YPP tend to improve radically from this point in the season onward, in no small part because Belichick specifically tries to build a tough, physical team that thrives in bad weather. So even in a relative down season by their key indicators, don’t be surprised if the Patriots build them up at least some before season’s end.Gronk smash!Tight end Rob Gronkowski has long been the Pats’ not-so-secret weapon on offense, helping the team transition seamlessly from the powerful Randy Moss-Wes Welker offense of a previous era to the version that’s been terrorizing the league for most of this decade.But the famously fragile Gronk has appeared to show his age and mileage this season more than perhaps ever before. He’s missed three games with various ailments, and when he has played, he’s been limited to just 63.0 yards per game with a career-low 0.25 touchdown catches per contest. Gronkowski’s reduced mobility has hurt his trademark ability to rumble after the catch for spectacular gains, and it’s made him much less of a focal point in the offense than he’s accustomed to being. When on the field, Gronk has seen only 18.7 percent of the targets in the Pats’ passing game, his lowest number since getting 17.7 percent as a rookie.But Gronk’s influence on the Patriots’ offense remains undeniable. In the eight games the star tight end has played in 2018, Brady’s passer rating is 98.2; in the three he missed, it dropped to 91.6 (league average is 94.9). Even with Gronkowski playing in a more limited physical condition than usual, producing less of a statistical footprint than before, this is confirmation that he’s still one of the biggest engines driving the Patriots’ success. The biggest question might simply be what kind of durability Gronkowski’s banged-up body will have over the rest of the season.Brady stays ageless … sort ofAlong with Belichick, the one constant in New England’s dynasty has been No. 12 under center. Brady has probably been the single most valuable player in the NFL this century, and he’s been crucial in engineering five Super Bowl titles for the Patriots with his consistency, leadership and ability to rally the team back from seemingly insurmountable deficits.But at 41 — an age at which almost no other QB has ever been productive — there is a near-constant watch for any sign of slippage in Brady’s performance. And he has been a bit less sharp statistically than in years past. His adjusted net yards per attempt index at, which measures passing efficiency relative to the league (where 100 is average), is 111 this year, down from 117 last season and 138 the year before that. It hadn’t been so low since Brady was barely above average (102) in 2013.Of course, there are reasons for Brady’s decline that go beyond his advanced age, from Gronk’s aforementioned absences to a four-game suspension for top target Julian Edelman at the start of the season and a WR corps in flux early on before adding Josh Gordon and shuffling roles for the likes of Phillip Dorsett and (WR-turned-RB) Cordarrelle Patterson. But Brady has managed to work around weird receiving situations before — and, in fact, his passer rating was better over the season’s first four games (94.0) than it’s been over the four most recent ones (90.8).Combine that with a ProFootballFocus grade that’s down a bit from last season (though still sixth-best among QBs) and those ubiquitous stats about Brady’s off-target throws (at 22.1 percent, no qualified passer has thrown an errant pass more frequently this year), and it’s fair to ask whether Brady is playing at quite the same level as he did over the past few seasons. Whether because of Brady or the receivers, the Pats are currently tied for eighth in adjusted net yards per attempt — their worst showing since (again) 2013, a season that saw New England fall short in the AFC title game.2Though it does bear mentioning that six of the eight Super Bowl champs this decade ranked among the top 10 in ANY/A, right in line with the Pats’ current performance. Taken altogether, these numbers reveal a Patriots squad that is not fully playing at the level it’s used to at this stage of the season. And that shows up in big-picture indicators such as Elo or even point differential, where the Pats’ +58 margin is its weakest of the decade through 11 contests. But even so, a lessened version of the Patriots still ranks among the league’s top teams. And as we mentioned above, the Vikings will be a good opponent for Belichick to use as a measuring stick for his roster. According to our combination of matchup quality (i.e., the harmonic mean of the teams’ Elo ratings in each game) and game importance (how likely it is to swing either team’s odds of making the playoffs), this will be the fourth-best game of the week: HOU95.73.8CLE1.31.45.21462 GB6.13.0ARI<0.1<0.13.01412 BUF56JAX55BUF 24, JAX 21-13.0– WSH38.9%+/-19.5PHI23.7%+/-11.130.61525 NO81NO83NO 31, ATL 17-0.9– CIN75%CIN63%CLE 35, CIN 20+13.4– The best matchups of Week 13Week 13 games by ranking of average Elo ratings (using the harmonic mean) plus ranking of total potential swing for the two teams’ playoff chances, according to FiveThirtyEight’s NFL predictions CHI96.33.9NYG<0.1<0.13.91474 KC99.90.2OAK<0.1<0.10.21479 IND29.514.5JAX0.10.114.71468 IND68IND70IND 27, MIA 24-0.6– SEA74.910.5SF<0.1<0.110.51460 HOU58HOU63HOU 34, TEN 17+2.3– PIT70PIT69DEN 24, PIT 17+0.0 Home teams are in bold.The scoring system is nonlinear, so readers’ average points don’t necessarily match the number of points that would be given to the average reader prediction. DEN13.010.7CIN6.45.316.01453 Game quality is the harmonic mean of the Elo ratings for the two teams in a given matchup.*Average change is weighted by the likelihood of a win or loss. (Ties are excluded.)Source: ESPN Stats & Information Group LAC88.27.0PIT93.95.612.61619 DET1.31.6LAR>99.9<0.11.61550 LAC84LAC85LAC 45, ARI 10-0.9– MIA5.13.9BUF1.31.35.21425 Here’s a surprise: The New England Patriots are 8-3, leading the AFC East, with some of the best odds in the conference of winning the Super Bowl.Oh, right. I’ve just described basically every Pats season in recent memory. This is the ninth consecutive season that New England has won at least eight of its first 11 games. The team’s current Elo rating of 1641, however, is the lowest it’s been through the same stage of the season since 2009 (and we don’t talk about that season).So what are we to make of these Patriots, then? After overcoming the typical early season hiccups, is this year’s version ready to build championship momentum down the stretch like normal? Or is there still something a little bit off about a team that was showering its punter (of all players) with praise after an uncharacteristically modest win over the lowly New York Jets last week?In advance of New England’s showdown Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings, let’s take a look at some of the Patriots’ calling-card metrics to see whether this season is business as usual in Foxboro.Road warriors?One of the Pats’ most eye-catching statistics during Bill Belichick’s time as head coach has been their near-invincibility at home, where they’ve won 87 percent of their games this decade. But their road record — winning more than 70 percent of the time away from Gillette Stadium — could be even more remarkable. From 2010 to 2017, the Pats’ winning percentage on the road was about 10.5 percentage points higher than what we’d expect from their home record — the third biggest gap in the NFL (behind the Cowboys and Eagles): NE77NE82NE 27, NYJ 13+0.4– Team ACurrentAvg. Chg*Team BCurrentAvg. Chg*Total ChangeGame Quality BAL46.118.0ATL4.23.121.01539 While the game has a lot more at stake for Minnesota, whose spot in the playoffs is still not fully locked in, there is still plenty for the Patriots to play for as well. Not only will this game affect seeding for the postseason (Elo says the Pats currently have a 60 percent chance of securing a first-round playoff bye), but it will also be another telling data point as to whether the Pats can get back to their mega-dominant form of the recent past, or if they’ll be merely good — but mortal — according to their signature metrics.FiveThirtyEight vs. the readersIf you want to know where your team stands, FiveThirtyEight’s Elo ratings are a good indicator. You can check them out in our NFL prediction interactive, which simulates the rest of the season 100,000 times and tracks how often each team should make the playoffs and win the Super Bowl. Did you know you can also pick against the Elo algorithm in our prediction game? Try it out, and maybe you can climb up our giant leaderboard.Here are the games in which Elo made its best — and worst — predictions against the reader picks last week: CHI53CHI59CHI 23, DET 16+2.9– MIN62.813.6NE99.11.014.61610 OUR PREDICTION (ELO)READERS’ PREDICTION MIN71MIN60MIN 24, GB 17-10.0– DAL65DAL67DAL 31, WSH 23-0.5– Elo’s dumbest (and smartest) picks of Week 12Average difference between points won by readers and by Elo in Week 12 matchups in FiveThirtyEight’s NFL prediction game On average, Elo beat our readers by 18.9 points in the game last week, bringing its record to 11 wins and one loss so far this season. Readers had the best pick of Week 12 — rightly pumping the brakes on Cincinnati’s chances of beating the Browns — but they were punished for picking against Elo in the Bills’ upset over the Jaguars, and they didn’t show enough faith in the victorious Vikings, Eagles and Bucs.Among individual users who did better than average, congrats are in order to Ryan Gnizak, who led all users in Week 12 with 263.5 points, and to Greg Chili Van Hollebeke, who held on to a slim lead for the entire season with 934.5 points. Thanks to everyone who has been playing — and if you haven’t, be sure to get in on the action! You can make picks now and still try your luck against Elo, even if you haven’t played yet.Check out our latest NFL predictions. CAR62CAR57SEA 30, CAR 27+4.1– BAL83BAL81BAL 34, OAK 17-2.3– TB63TB58TB 27, SF 9-5.7– PHI80PHI69PHI 25, NYG 22-8.1– DAL60.313.3NO> PICKWIN PROB.PICKWIN PROB.ResultREADERS’ NET PTS TEN20.57.2NYJ<0.1<0.17.21417 CAR30.914.9TB0.70.815.71492 read more

Modric thinks Liverpool do deserve to be in the final of

first_imgLuka Modric, Real Madrid’s midfielder, has voiced his opinion that Liverpool’s spot in the final of the Champions League is well earned and issued a warning for his teammates.The Reds are on their way to win their first Champions League since back in 2005 – it is to be decided on May 26 in Kiev.divock origi, liverpoolReport: Origi cause Klopp injury concerns George Patchias – September 14, 2019 Divock Origi injury in today’s game against Newcastle is a cause for concern for Jurgen Klopp.Perhaps with one eye on Tuesday’s trip to Italy…Their opponents, Real Madrid, are most certainly the favourites to win the clash as they won the tournament three times out of the last four. However, former Spur Modric thinks they are a force to be reckoned with and they did not get where they are by chance.“They weren’t one of the favourites, but when you look at the matches they’ve played you see that Liverpool deserve to be in the final,” Modric said, according to the SportsMole. “They’re a good team, they have a great coach and a very difficult match awaits us. But we will be prepared.”last_img read more

USMCA Necessary for Soy Report Does Not Convey Full Scope of Benefits

first_imgWhile the International Trade Commission (ITC) report on the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) demonstrated marginal increases in agricultural exports, the value of USMCA to soybean producers goes beyond the pages released yesterday. The report is a good tool, yet it does not account for valuable non-tariff provisions in the “new NAFTA” –or look back historically on the myriad benefits to agriculture since NAFTA’s inception.Davie Stephens, soy grower from Clinton, Kentucky, and American Soybean Association (ASA) president said, “USMCA builds upon the strong foundation set by the original NAFTA. Under NAFTA, the value of agricultural exports to Canada and Mexico increased to roughly $43 billion each year. Soybean exports to Mexico quadrupled under NAFTA, making Mexico the number two market for U.S. soybeans, meal and oil. We also saw a doubling of soybean exports to Canada, making it the number four market for soybean meal and the number seven market for soybean oil.”Stephens continued, “We know that the modernizations included in USMCA will make trade with our North American neighbors even smoother. These non-tariff enhancements include the highest enforceable sanitary and phytosanitary (SPS) standards of any trade deal to date, an enforceable biotechnology chapter that supports 21st century innovations, and create a rapid response mechanism to address trade challenges. These provisions not only serve to update the North American agreement but set a paradigm for future free trade agreements.”While continuing to review and assess the ITC, the American Soybean Association reaffirms its support for USMCA and urges Congress to pass the agreement once the bill arrives. Passage of USMCA is vital to ensuring continued trade with two of U.S. soybeans’ top trading partners, Canada and Mexico.last_img read more

Selectmen Residents Are Ready To Fix Annual Town Meeting Possibly Move It

first_imgWILMINGTON, MA — During the “Public Comments” portions of this week’s Selectmen’s meeting, former Selectwoman Suzanne Sullivan asked the board to consider making reforms to the Wilmington’s Annual Town Meeting.“There’s some residents in town that are concerned about the way Town Meeting operates. It’s not conducive to people’s lifestyles today. It’s held on a Saturday. The last Town Meeting was over 10 hours. It was brutal. Some of us want to see some changes,” Sullivan told the Selectmen. “I’m proposing that the board take the reigns on this issue and create a committee to review the way town meeting operates today, how other towns do it, and if we should make some changes.”“It’s not fair to expect a senior citizen to sit in the audience for 10 hours. I don’t think it’s fair to expect anybody to sit that long,” added Sullivan. “It’s not fair for people. There needs to be discussion about this. After the last Town Meeting, something has to change. This isn’t right.”Sullivan lamented the fact that there’s often just 50 or 100 people making major decisions for the entire town. She also panned the random draw feature, noting residents find it frustrating not being able to plan when a particular article is going to come up.Sullivan pointed out that most area towns seem to hold their Town Meetings on weeknights.“A group of residents have already have some proposed changes in a draft form after researching how other communities run their meetings,” said Sullivan. “I’m proposing tonight for the Selectmen to get on board or take the lead, but we want to give you the opportunity to do that instead of going to a Special Town Meeting or Annual Town Meeting with petitioned requests for changes.”Selectmen ReactSelectman Mike McCoy noted that he’s currently the board’s representative to the Bylaw Review Committee and the Committee is already discussing this very issue.“During one of our meetings, I made a motion – with unanimous support – that we explore the possibly of changing the date of Town Meeting from a Saturday in May to a Saturday in March when there’s no sports or Holy Communions,” responded McCoy. “I’m now hoping we go one step further and go with a Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday night format, with a 7pm start and 10pm cut off time, similar to Tewksbury’s. I would totally agree with that.”“We talk about getting people involved. We talk about increasing participation among the residents. Well, we need to make everything easy for the residents. They foot the bill in this town. A lot of folks are busy on a Saturday in May,” added McCoy.“I happen to agree with Mr. McCoy. The Town Meeting should be held on weeknights. That’s how other towns do it. That’s something we should really look at,” said Selectman Ed Loud. “I’d like to move this forward and not wait for the Bylaw Review Committee, which started at least a year-in-a-half ago. I’d like to invite Suzanne and her group in to give us ideas and maybe we consider a Selectmen-backed proposal.”Selectmen Chair Kevin Caira expressed a desire to hear the recommendations of the Bylaw Review Committee, but also agreed that the board needs to explore changes to Town Meeting.“We’ll see if we can get something moving on this,” said Caira.Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedSELECTMEN NOTEBOOK: 10 Things That Happened At Last Week’s MeetingIn “Government”SELECTMEN NEWS: Sullivan Thanks McCoy For Sounding Alarm On Olin; Asks Board To Run Water Line To Cook Ave.In “Government”A VOTER’S GUIDE To Selectman Candidate Rob FasuloIn “Government”last_img read more

Samsung Health partners with Calm adds tools to track sleep manage stress

first_img1:37 Review • Galaxy Watch Active review: half the price of the Apple Watch, but not as smooth Share your voice $199 Now playing: Watch this: See it Mobile Post a comment $188 See It Walmart Snap serious selfies with Samsung’s Galaxy A30 and A50 CNET may get a commission from retail offers. See It Samsung Mentioned Above Samsung Galaxy Watch Active (black) News • Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2 pictures leak Samsung is integrating the Calm app’s features into its health app. Calm Samsung is teaming up with the Calm mindfulness app. The app’s maker said Monday that subscribers can now access Calm content through the Samsung Health platform. To set it up, tap the Mindfulness icon in your Samsung Health app. Follow the steps to sync your account or create a new Calm account. The integration makes for better ways to track your mental and physical health, according to Calm. The Calm integration is available for Samsung devices operating on the Android Pie OS, including the new Galaxy S10 phones and the Galaxy Watch Active in Australia, Hong Kong, India, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, South Africa, the US, the UK and Ireland. It requires a Calm subscription, which starts at $60 per year.Alex Will, chief strategy officer at Calm,  welcomed bringing Calm to new platforms to help users sleep better, manage stress and ease anxiety. Samsung also said it’s excited to partner with Calm.”Our work with Calm is going to make it easier than ever for Samsung Health users to practice mindfulness, so they can work towards achieving better overall health,” said Samsung Senior Vice President Peter Koo. Dell Tags 0 $199 Samsung Galaxy Watch Activelast_img read more

Alaska gets 29M grant from Investing in Innovation fund

first_imgThe Association of Alaska School Boards has been selected to receive a $2.9 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education’s “Investing in Innovation” fund.The grant, announced earlier this month, will go to six Alaskan school districts to support “culturally responsive social and emotional learning” programs.In the Bering Straits School District, that means providing professional development to staff about how to help students deal with traumas.“Many people have childhood traumas, and it affects learning,” Carl White, special assistant to the Superintendent for the Bering Straits School District, said. “It could be violence, but it definitely could be broader. You know, suicide is a huge thing…just so that we can look at some preventative factors, so we can create some strengths for our communities.White says the district plans to bring cultural experts into villages to train educators.An AASB newsletter says the other districts to receive funding will be Nome, Lower Kuskokwim, and Kuspuk School Districts in Western Alaska, and Sitka and another unspecified school in SoutheastThe three-year, nearly $3 million grant to the statewide school board organization is pending confirmation of a 15-percent private sector match.last_img read more

Mahira Khan to Aditi Rao Hydari Celebs we had no idea were

first_imgMahira Khan: Pakistani actress, Mahira Khan, who made a smashing debut opposite Shah Rukh Khan in Raees, was married to Ali Askari from 2007 – 2015. There were reports of the couple having tied the knot against the wishes of their family. What led to their divorce is not clearly known but, Mahira is now single mother to baby-boy Azlaan.Aditi Rao Hydari: One of the most beautiful faces in the industry, Aditi Rao Hydari, has given superlative performances in films like Delhi 6 and Padmaavat. In an interview with the Times of India, Aditi had said, “Yes, I got married at 21 to Satyadeep, who was a civil servant and lawyer and gave it up to become an actor. He is a natural actor and is in fact playing the second lead with Emraan Hashmi in Danis Tanovic’s next. I met him when I was 17 and that was my only serious relationship.”Waluscha De Sousa: Waluscha made her debut opposite King Khan at the age of 33 in Fan. The diva was a renowned model back in the 90s and fell-in-love with Marc Robinson. The duo got married when she was just 19 and got divorced at the age of 30. As per a scoopwhoop report, Waluscha had said, “When you decide to move on, there is no looking back. Of course, like with any estranged couple, our kids keep us together. They are strong and amazing, I’m really proud of them.”Mahie Gill: Mahie Gill was recently in the limelight for revealing that she has a 3-year-old daughter with a live-in boyfriend. In an interview with TOI, Mahie Gill had said, “I know my first marriage failed, but that was because I was very young and immature at that time. But now I am quite mature, and you know, I share a good rapport with my ex-husband. I still respect him and we do exchange messages often. We are in touch. But yes, I am over that relationship and now, I would love to re-marry and have kids.”Mallika Sherawat: As per a TOI report, Mallika Sherawat was married to Capt Karan Gill but the duo parted ways only a year later.last_img read more

Happy Birthday Fifth Doctor Peter Davison

first_imgHappy birthday, Peter Davison—you vulnerable, indecisive, Edwardian cricketer, you.Born Peter Malcolm Gordon Moffett, the English actor replaced long-running fan favorite Tom Baker as the Doctor in 1981.At age 29, Davison became the youngest actor to play the lead role—a record he retained for nearly three decades, until a boyish 26-year-old Matt Smith became the Eleventh Doctor in 2009.He was also the first to have seen the program as a kid; for Davison, the chance to portray the titular character was a chance to become his own childhood hero.“It is a most appallingly daunting part to take on, if only because Tom [Baker] had done it for seven years—and also because you can’t approach Doctor Who like any other part,” Davison told now-defunct sci-fi magazine Starlog in 1986.“In any other part that you’re playing in fiction, you can usually say, ‘Well, this character had this sort of background. He had parents like this, he went to this school,’” he continued. “But with the Doctor, he comes from Gallifrey. The man is 750 years old and has two hearts. You can’t draw many conclusions from that.”BBCDuring his three-year tenure as the renegade Time Lord, Davison and his revolving door of companions—Adric, Nyssa, Tegan Jovanka, Vislor Turlough, Kamelion, Peri Brown—encountered some of the Doctor’s most notorious foes, including the Daleks (“Resurrection of the Daleks”) and Cybermen (“Earthshock”).All while working concurrently on two other series, comedies Holding the Fort and Sink or Swim.But, on the advice of Second Doctor Patrick Troughton—who Davison watched on TV as a teenager—the actor quit the show after three seasons, in an effort to avoid being typecast.“Obviously, that was a factor when I said I wasn’t going to do a fourth year—the fact that I felt that period was about as long as I could do without becoming too fixed as the Doctor in people’s minds,” he told Starlog.He never actually left the Whoniverse, though. Davison returned to the franchise on numerous occasions, including 1993 multi-Doctor charity special Dimensions in Time, 1997 video game Destiny of the Doctors, and a series of Big Finish audio plays.He also appeared alongside Tenth Doctor David Tennant—his future son-in-law (and fellow April baby)—in “Time Crash,” a special episode written by Steven Moffat for Children in Need.And while he expressed interest in 2013’s “The Day of the Doctor,” Davison ultimately passed on the part. Instead, he wrote and directed Sixth and Seventh Doctors Colin Baker and Sylvester McCoy, respectively, in The Five(ish) Doctors Reboot—a spoof on the anniversary special.Cheers to 66, sir!Stream all of Doctor Who now for free with your Amazon Prime membership.last_img read more

Brain Regions of PTSD Patients Show Differences During Fear Responses

first_img Technology | Neuro Imaging | August 07, 2019 Synaptive Medical Launches Modus Plan With Automated Tractography Segmentation Synaptive Medical announced the U.S. launch and availability of Modus Plan featuring BrightMatter AutoSeg. This release… read more Image courtesy of UTHealth McGovern Medical School Images of regions of interest (colored lines) in the white matter skeleton representation. Data from left and right anterior thalamic radiation (ATR) were averaged. Image courtesy of C. Bouziane et al. 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The multi-year… read more News | Neuro Imaging | August 16, 2019 ADHD Medication May Affect Brain Development in Children A drug used to treat attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) appears to affect development of the brain’s… read more News | Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) | December 18, 2015 Brain Regions of PTSD Patients Show Differences During Fear Responses Regions of the brain function differently among people with post-traumatic stress disorder, causing them to generalize non-threatening events as if they were the original trauma, according to new research from Duke Medicine and the Durham VA Medical Center.Using functional MRI, the researchers detected unusual activity in several regions of the brain when people with PTSD were shown images that were only vaguely similar to the trauma underlying the disorder. The findings, reported in the Dec. 15, 2015, issue of the journal Translational Psychiatry, suggest that exposure-based PTSD treatment strategies might be improved by focusing on tangential triggers to the initial event.“We know that PTSD patients tend to generalize their fear in response to cues that merely resemble the feared object but are still distinct from it,” said Rajendra A. Morey, M.D., an associate professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Duke and director of the Neuroimaging Lab at the Durham VA Medical Center. “This generalization process leads to a proliferation of symptoms over time as patients generalize to a variety of new triggers. Our research maps this in the brain, identifying the regions of the brain involved with these behavioral changes.”Morey and colleagues enrolled 67 military veterans who had been deployed to conflict zones in Iraq or Afghanistan after Sept. 11, 2001, and who had been involved in traumatic events. Thirty-two were diagnosed with PTSD and 35 did not have the disorder.All patients were showed a series of five facial images, depicting a range of emotions from neutral to frightened, while undergoing a functional MRI. The scans showed no dissimilarities between those with PTSD and those unaffected.Outside the MRI, the participants were shown the images again and given a mild electrical shock when viewing the middle image – the face showing moderate fear.The patients then underwent another MRI scan as they viewed all five faces. People with PTSD showed heightened brain activity when they saw the most fearful face and associated it with the electric shock, even though they had actually experienced shocks when the middle, less fearful face appeared. Brain activity was heightened for the non-PTSD group when participants saw the correctly associated middle face.“The PTSD patients remembered incorrectly and generalized their anxiety to the image showing the most fearful expression,” Morey said. “This phenomenon was captured in MRI scans, showing where the PTSD group had heightened activity.“The amygdala, which is an important region in responding to threat, did not show a bias in activation to any particular face,” Morey said. “But there was a definite bias of heightened activity in response to the most frightened expression in brain regions such as the fusiform gyrus, insula, primary visual cortex, locus coeruleus and thalamus.”Morey said the visual cortex was significant because it is not only doing visual processing, but also assessing threats. He said the locus coeruleus is responsible for triggering the release of adrenaline during stress or serious threat.These functional brain differences provide a neurobiological model for fear generalization in which PTSD symptoms are triggered by things that merely resemble the source of original trauma.“People with posttraumatic stress disorder grow anxious based on reminders of past trauma, and generalize that fear to a variety of triggers that resemble the initial trauma,” Morey said. “Current fear conditioning therapies are limited by repeated use of the same cue to trigger the initial trauma, but they might be enhanced by including cues that resemble, but are not identical to, cues in the original trauma.”In addition to Morey, study authors included Joseph E. Dunsmoor; Courtney C. Haswell; Vanessa M. Brown; Avani Vora; Jonathan Weiner; Daniel Stjepanovic;Ryan Wagner III; Kevin S. LaBar; and the VA Mid-Atlantic MIRECC Workgroup.This research received financial support from the Veterans Health Affairs and the National Institute of Neurological Disorders And Stroke of the National Institutes of Health.For more information: FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 News | Colonoscopy Systems | August 06, 2019 Rise in Early Onset Colorectal Cancer Not Aligned With Screening Trends A new study finds that trends in colonoscopy rates did not fully align with the increase in colorectal cancer (CRC) in… read morecenter_img News | Brachytherapy Systems | August 14, 2019 Efficacy of Isoray’s Cesium Blu Showcased in Recent Studies August 14, 2019 — Isoray announced a trio of studies recently reported at scientific meetings and published in medica read more Related Content News | Stroke | August 16, 2019 Mobile Stroke Unit Gets Patients Quicker Treatment Than Traditional Ambulance Every second counts for stroke patients, as studies show they can lose up to 27 million brain cells per minute…. read more News | Artificial Intelligence | August 13, 2019 Artificial Intelligence Could Yield More Accurate Breast Cancer Diagnoses University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) researchers have developed an artificial intelligence (AI) system that… read more News | Pediatric Imaging | August 14, 2019 Ultrasound Guidance Improves First-attempt Success in IV Access in Children August 14, 2019 – Children’s veins read more News | Radiation Therapy | August 15, 2019 First Patient Enrolled in World’s Largest Brain Cancer Clinical Trial Henry Ford Cancer Institute is first-in-the-world to enroll a glioblastoma patient in the GBM AGILE Trial (Adaptive… read more Image courtesy of Imago Systemslast_img read more

Royal Caribbean International has teamed up with P

first_imgRoyal Caribbean International has teamed up with PADI (Professional Association of Diving Instructors) – the largest, most trusted diver training organisation in the world – to offer a range of dive courses on 10 ships across its international fleet.“Royal is renowned for one-of-a-kind onboard offerings and PADI’s Five Star Dive Centres and programs are no exception,” said Adam Armstrong, managing director, Royal Caribbean Australia and New Zealand.“No other cruise line offers these unique onboard qualifications – our guests can return home with a newfound passion and skill-set, adding a whole new level of adventure to their holiday.”Royal Caribbean’s PADI Five Star Dive Centres boast world-class educational programs, professional instructors and top of the range diving equipment for hire. Featuring exclusively onboard a selection of Royal’s Quantum, Oasis, Freedom and Voyager class ships, they offer a range of programs for all levels: from a 30-minute Try Dive program for beginners just earning their fins (from USD$29), through to PADI’s Reactivate Program for certified divers looking to refresh their skills (from USD$59).Those seeking the ultimate scuba dive cruise can enrol in PADI’s Open Water Diver course to earn their complete scuba diving certification, and experienced divers can hire their dive gear onboard and plunge straight in to exploring underwater worlds! cruisedivePADIRoyal Caribbean PADI Dive Centreslast_img read more

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first_img RelatedThousands expected to fly from Stansted during Valentine’sThousands expected to fly from Stansted during Valentine’sEast Midlands Airport expects 160,000 passengers during festive season NottinghamEast Midlands Airport expects 160,000 passengers during festive season NottinghamStansted flights to Kuala Lumpur celebrate anniversaryAirAsia X has celebrated the first anniversary of its launch of cheap flights to Kuala Lumpur from Stansted Airport. Stansted Airport has issued a series of Christmas tips for passengers flying from the airport over the festive season.Travellers are reminded to remember to print off their boarding card if they have already checked in online, while restrictions remain in place on the carriage of liquid, with each passenger permitted to carry just one piece of hand luggage.Those heading abroad for a Christmas break should arrive at Stansted at least two hours before their flight departs, with passengers reminded to go straight to security after they have checked themselves in.Stansted’s terminal general manager Neale Jouques said that the festive season is one of the busiest times of year for the airport.”We are preparing to welcome nearly three quarters of a million passengers over the holiday period this year,” he explained.Mr Jouques went on to say that 99 percent of the airport’s passengers have queued for less than ten minutes on a flight from Stansted this year.Cheap flights carrier easyJet said yesterday (December 8th) that it expected 900,000 passengers to travel on its routes over Christmas, many of whom will fly from Stansted.ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Maplast_img read more

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