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    Sasha Calle Cast as DC Universes First-Ever Latina Supergirl: Watch Her Emotional Reaction Savings bonds 101: How they work and what you need to know The NBA schedule has been different this season, with the COVID-19 pandemic greatly influencing the first half of the season. With the All-Star Game drawing closer, NBA teams could soon get their hands on the second half of this year’s schedule. © Pool Photo-USA TODAY Sports Before the 2020-’21 season began, the NBA only released half of its 72-game schedule. The league wanted to give itself the flexibility to reschedule games postponed by COVID-19 outbreaks, all with the goal of every team playing 72 games before the playoffs begin. While teams like the Washington Wizards and Memphis Grizzlies have been sidelined for a week-plus at points during the year, the NBA hoped a delayed schedule release would allow them to replace those lost matchups. NBA games today: Complete TV schedule, upcoming Week 9 NBA schedule With the trade deadline approaching and teams making early preparations for the stretch run, we could be closing in on...
    The WTO delays the decision on tariffs on metals in the US to the second half of 2021
    Fauci cautions Super Bowl viewers on mini super spreader events Ohio police officer charged in Andre Hills death pleads not guilty College basketball scores, winners and losers: Texas continues to tumble, Alabama leaves the door open in SEC A chaotic week in college basketball culminated Saturday with -- you guessed it! -- yet another chaotic slate of games. Two top-10 teams bit the dust and a total of four ranked teams took losses on a day where surprising results and stunning outcomes were again the theme, fittingly capping a week where five of the top-10 teams in the sport had already taken spills. © Provided by CBS Sports Oklahoma State defeating No. 6 Texas in a double-overtime thriller took the cake as the biggest stunner of the day. Though Texas had lost its last two, the Cowboys, who were underdogs on their home court, overcame a mediocre performance from potential No. 1 pick Cade Cunningham to claim their biggest win of the season and establish themselves again as a legitimate tourney team. No. 18 Missouri also laid claim to...
    Bloomberg World stocks rise in prelude to Yellen speech: Chile Today (Bloomberg) – Global markets advance in anticipation of a speech by US Treasury Secretary-nominee Janet Yellen in front of the Senate finance committee. The 10-year Treasury yield is back up to 1.1%. The Bloomberg Dollar index retreats while emerging currencies advance. Copper is trading higher for the second session: In Chile, cases of coronarivus rose by 3,918 to 673,750 and the number of deaths increased by 70 to 17,547. The government announced the transfer of 9 municipalities to full quarantine (phase 1) and 4 to phase 2, but kept the Metropolitan Region in phase 2. CLP closed stable at 733.79 / USD. The S&P Ipsa rose 1.1%; Read here Inside Andes, other FX columns and Chile Renta Fija weekly newsletter. At 10am, the Ministry of Transport and Entel inaugurate Chile’s first 5G zone in Santiago. All events in local time. At 7:12 am, this was the performance of The main indices: 10-year Treasury Yield + 2.2bp to 1.11% EUR + 0.4% vs USD to 1.2127 Active copper contract +...
    CD Projekt Red will release Cyberpunk 2077’s free next-gen console update in the second half of 2021, the studio announced today. “We’re aiming for the second half of the year and we’ll reveal more when we have more to share,” CD Projekt Red said in an update on the game’s status. That same post also includes a lengthy video apology from studio co-founder Marcin Iwiński. In the interim, the company will release Cyberpunk 2077’s first major patch within the next ten days. Patch #1, as the studio has taken to calling it, is the first of two updates that will address the game’s problems on last-gen consoles. Patch #2, which it’s saying is a larger and more significant update, will follow in February. “Our plans for supporting Cyberpunk 2077 in the long-term are unchanged, and we will continue to introduce updates and patches to give all players across all consoles and PCs a better experience with the game,” it added.
    VIDEO4:5704:57Countries will be at different speeds in getting back to normal: IMF chief economistSquawk on the Street Most developed countries should start to return to normal by the second half of the year as Covid-19 vaccinations accelerate, the top forecaster at the International Monetary Fund said Tuesday. "It's a very dark and difficult winter, but there is light at the end of the tunnel," Gita Gopinath, the IMF's chief economist, told CNBC's Steve Liesman in a "Squawk on the Street" interview. "In terms of the outlook, what is true as of now is that we're starting out the year at a somewhat stronger point than we had expected into 2020, which is a good thing. But right now, it's a race between the virus and the vaccine." In its most recent forecast, released in October, the IMF said it expects global growth in 2021 to rebound to 5.2% after a 4.4% contraction last year. The U.S. growth estimate was at 3.1% for 2021 off a 4.3% decline in 2020. The agency soon will update that outlook, though Gopinath did not...
    ARSENAL gave West Brom their second trouncing in just five days as they turned on the style in the snow. The Gunners appear to have turned over a new leaf of late, putting a run of seven league games without a victory behind them with three wins on the bounce. 6The Gunners gave West Brom a battering in the snowCredit: Getty Images - Getty And if this performance is anything to go by, Mikel Arteta's side are growing in confidence by the week, as they oozed quality and verve against the hapless Baggies. Here's how SunSport's Etienne Fermie rated each Arsenal performer. BERND LENO - 6 Alert to palm away a Matt Phillips effort on 21 minutes. Saved Matheus Pereira's strike early in the second half only to beaten by the rebound - but was spared by the offside flag. Little to do, but claimed a cross well on the hour mark. Got down low to deny Rekeem Harper at the death. HECTOR BELLERIN - 6 Decent fizzing shot early on tested Sam Johnstone. Booked for a late challenge on...
    A quick-hitting recap of the Week Six action in the Pac-12 … Theme of the Week I: Clarity and chaos The South was settled on the field: USC’s victory combined with Colorado’s loss to give the Trojans a one-game lead in the loss column, allowing the conference to avoid undefeated Colorado being left out of the championship game. Meanwhile, the North is a mess: Washington was unable to play Oregon and, as result, clinched the division title by virtue of having a better record (3-1) than both the Ducks and Stanford (3-2). And there’s no guarantee that the Huskies will be available this week, either, which means Oregon could advance to the title game out of the second-place position. Theme of the Week II: Cancellations Two more games were declared no contests for Week Six (Washington-Oregon and Cal-Washington State) and a third has already been called off for Week Seven (Cal-Arizona). That brings the season total to 12, with a net of 10 games lost. (Two new games were created: Cal-UCLA and Utah-Washington.) And, yes, there could be a few...
    Texas high school suspends student for painted fingernails: Ive been trapped in closed minded peoples minds It was not a mistake: Nancy Pelosi defends her rejection of the Trump administrations $1.8 trillion stimulus offer after throwing support behind a relief package half its size CDC advisor says kids could get Covid vaccine in the second half of 2021 Children and young teens could get a Covid-19 vaccine in the second half of next year, a CDC advisor said Friday. Dr. Jose Romero, the chair of the CDC's Advisory Committee for Immunization Practices, said he hopes to see trials testing Covid-19 vaccines in young children beginning in the second quarter of 2021. "We need to see how the studies progress," he said. "We need to see that data in order to make sure that it is safe and effective in children." © Provided by CNBC A nurse administers a flu vaccination shot to a woman at a free clinic held at a local library on October 14, 2020 in Lakewood, California. Children and young teens could get a...
    Health care workers raise alarms as COVID-19 cases surge Trump takes his fraud claims to a hotel ballroom — by phone Ranking the best QBs in college football through Week 12 of the 2020 season: Kyle Trask eyes SEC records Look to the SEC for evidence of college football's offensive evolution. In 2009, the conference had just one quarterback average more than 220 passing yards per game. So far this season, the league has three passers averaging more than 337 yards per game. Ohio State holds off Indiana to stay towards the top of the Amway Coaches Poll USA TODAY SPORTS See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next Albion College Promise Scholarship WXMI Grand Rapids, MI Former Alief Taylor HS football player shot to death ABC 13 Houston USC Player Tests Positive For COVID-19 CBS Los Angeles Texas State football player Khambrail Winters killed in San Marcos shooting KVUE-TV Austin Ducks-Beavers football rivalry game will no longer be referred to as the Civil War...
    U.S. nears 12 million COVID-19 cases ahead of Thanksgiving holiday Trump ally Sen. Marsha Blackburn called Biden the president-elect and Harris the vice president-elect, but her office later said she misspoke May at the double as England down Ireland in Nations Cup Jonny May scored two tries as England once again proved too strong for Ireland in an 18-7 Autumn Nations Cup win at Twickenham on Saturday. © Adrian DENNIS At the double - England wing Jonny May (L) kicks ahead to score his second try against Ireland at Twickenham on Saturday England's fourth victory in a row over Ireland meant the Six Nations champions had won both their opening two Pool A matches. England dominated the opening 40 minutes but still only led 12-0 at half-time thanks to dashing wing May's double, with one try converted by captain Owen Farrell -- the son of Ireland coach Andy Farrell.  But two Owen Farrell penalties early in the second half at a once again eerily quiet Twickenham, with this match being played behind closed doors because of the coronavirus, gave...
    ‘Bachelorette’ Season 16 Scorecard: Tayshia Adams’ Rose Tracker The 20 Fastest-Growing Jobs for Seniors Fantasy Football stat trends you love and hate to see: Rookies to watch in the second half Subscribe to the Yahoo Fantasy Football ForecastApple Podcasts • Spotify • Stitcher • Google Podcasts Matt Harmon is joined by Hayden Winks of Rotoworld to talk about all the major fantasy trends heading into Week 11 on the latest episode of the Yahoo Fantasy Football Forecast! [Week 11 Fantasy Rankings: QBs | RBs | WRs | TEs | FLEX | DST | Kickers] Matt and Hayden dive into some key stats and trends ahead of Week 10, including the top wide receivers and tight ends in air yards from the last four weeks (Josh Reynolds, anyone?), and D’Andre Swift’s breakout in Week 10. There are some trends Matt and Hayden don’t like, though, including Travis Fulgham’s outlook now that Jalen Reagor is healthy, Russell Wilson’s struggles the last two weeks, and J.D. McKissic’s emergence alongside Alex Smith. Next up, Matt and Hayden engage in their weekly edition of “Who Got Shelled,” where they discuss a defense that got absolutely bombarded in Week 10 and a defense they expect to get demolished in Week...
    Guerilla Games and Sony have been shy about Horizon Forbidden West’s release date other than a vague 2021 window, but they’re getting a little bit clearer. As Kotaku explains, Sony has shared a PlayStation 5 launch video indicating that Forbidden West will arrive sometime in the second half of 2021. While that’s still not very specific, it makes clear that you shouldn’t expect the open world PS5 (and PS4) game to tide you over this spring. It’s a somewhat expected schedule, too. Guerilla and Sony only briefly teased the new Horizon game this June, and have shared limited details since — it would have been a pleasant surprise if a game on the scale of Forbidden West was ready just a few months after the PS5’s debut.
    ROBERT LEWANDOWSKI bagged his 11th league goal of the season as Bayern came from behind to edge their rivals in a five-goal thriller. The Pole's brilliantly clinical finish in the second half helped ensure the visitors moved to the top of the Bundesliga in an end-to-end contest. 1Bayern Munich celebrate Lewandowski's strikeCredit: Getty - Pool It was the hosts who struck first on 40 minutes when Marco Reus fired home from six-yards. Jadon Sancho, hugging the touchline, laid it into the path of the onrushing Rafael Guerriero who made his way into the box. His low cross found Reus who emphatically struck it first time into the roof of the net. Just as Dortmund were heading into half-time with a slender advantage, David Alaba punished them with a sucker-punch in the third minute of added time. His brilliant free-kick from the edge of the D nestled into the corner forcing Dortmund boss Lucien Favre to rip up his half-time team talk. It gave the visitors a timely boost and they came out in the second period with an...
    Four plays that shaped the New York Jets’ Sunday fate in Kansas City By: Geoff Magliocchetti November 1, 2020 ShareTweetFlipRedditAnother loss awaited the New York Jets in Kansas City, but they put out a respectable effort against the defending champs. Only in modern New York football could a 21-9 deficit at halftime spell progress. But even that rare display of gridiron understanding from the New York Jets fell by the wayside in yet another brutal defeat. Patrick Mahomes earned 416 and five touchdowns, two of which went to Tyreek Hill, and the defending Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs rolled to a 35-9 victory over the New York Jets on Sunday afternoon at Arrowhead Stadium. The Jets (0-8) wound up scoring on each of their first three possessions (albeit only through Sergio Castillo field goals) but were unable to keep the momentum rolling in the second half under offensive coordinator Dowell Loggains’ playcalling. New York put up only 63 yards over the final 30 minutes, allowing Kansas City (7-1) to mostly coast the...
    American actor Cameron Diaz said she has to ‘live to be 107’ after experiencing motherhood at the age of 47, the ‘Second Half of My Life.’ According to Fox News, in English actor, model Naomi Campbell’s ‘No Filter’ YouTube series, the actor, who welcomed daughter Raddix at age 47 with husband Benji Madden, said: “A lot of people do it the other way around … they get married [and] have a family in their youth. I’m kind of doing it in the second half of my life.” She continued: “The only pressure for me now is I have to live to be, like, 107, you know? No pressure!” The ‘Charlie’s Angels’ star went on to call motherhood “the most gratifying time in my life.” Cameron Diaz Opens Up on Why She Quit Acting Diaz said, “Even with all of the amazing experiences I’ve had in travelling and accomplishments of working hard and putting things into the world I’m proud of … I know, this is really the most gratifying time in my life, to be in this place, to get...
    Cameron Diaz is opening up about becoming a first-time mom. In Naomi Campbell's "No Filter" YouTube series on Tuesday, the actress, who welcomed daughter Raddix at age 47 with husband Benji Madden, said: "A lot of people do it the other way around ... they get married [and] have a family in their youth. I'm kind of doing it in the second half of my life." She continued: "The only pressure for me now is I have to live to be, like, 107, you know? No pressure!"  The "Charlie's Angels" star went on to call motherhood "the most gratifying time in my life." CAMERON DIAZ DISCUSSES ACTING DEPARTURE, POTENTIAL COMEBACK: 'NEVER SAY NEVER' CAMERON DIAZ EXPLAINS WHY SHE FELT 'PEACE' AFTER LEAVING BEHIND HER ACTING CAREER "Even with all of the amazing experiences I've had in traveling and accomplishments of working hard and putting things into the world I'm proud of ... I know, this is really the most gratifying time in my life, to be in this place, to get here," she said. "Having a family when you're young ... it's like...
    Legend has it that Jon Gruden needed to win at Arrowhead Stadium at the close of the 1999 season to keep his job. It’s more myth than reality, because no one knows for sure whether Raiders owner Al Davis would have pulled the plug after two 8-8 seasons following an improvement from four wins to eight in 1998 and with only a reliable field goal kicker keeping the Raiders out of the playoffs in 1999. When the Raiders won 41-38 in overtime that day on a 33-yard field goal by Joe Nedney, Gruden was beside himself. He jumped, he danced, pumped his fist and was borderline crazy out of sheer joy. The Gruden that watched his Raiders beat the Chiefs 40-32 Sunday at Arrowhead Stadium was thrilled, but some 20 years later more reserved. Gruden was in full one-step-at-a-time coach mode by the time he sat for his video teleconference, expressing pride in his team’s performance but acknowledging the injury toll through five games and saying his team has a long ways to go. He’s right,...
    Orlando Magic forward James Ennis III (11) shoots against Milwaukee Bucks forward Giannis Antetokounmpo (34) during the second half of Game 1 of an NBA basketball first-round playoff series on August 18, 2020. Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports The Orlando Magic shocked the Milwaukee Bucks on Tuesday, winning the opening game of their first-round playoff series. One lucky bettor, who parlayed the Magic and the over in the second half, cashed in for $380,000 thanks to a meaningless three-pointer hit with just two seconds left in the game. With the Magic entering the game as 14-point underdogs, there were plenty of other lucky bettors who cashed in on the long odds. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. The Orland Magic pulled off one of the biggest playoff upsets in recent memory on Tuesday with their win over the Milwaukee Bucks in the opening game of their first-round series. The Magic entered the game as 14-point underdogs, and 9/1 underdogs to win the game outright, meaning a $100 bet on them would win $900. But according to Darren Rovell...
    Luka Doncic calls historic 42-point playoff debut terrible after Game 1 loss to Clippers Designer Deluged With Orders for Michelle Obama’s ‘VOTE’ Necklace Indias gold market plunged in the first half. Heres how the second half looks Recovery in India's gold demand remains uncertain in the second half of the year, the World Gold Council told CNBC.  India is one of the world's largest markets for gold. The precious metal plays an important role in India's culture — it is considered auspicious to buy gold during festive occasions. Indian jewelry demand fell 74% on-year in the three months that ended in June. © Provided by CNBC A woman tries a gold earring at a jewellery showroom in Mumbai, India on October 28, 2016. Recovery in India gold market remains uncertain in the second half of the year, dampened by factors including record high prices for the metal, the World Gold Council told CNBC.  Load Error India is one of the largest markets for gold. The precious metal plays an important role in India's culture — it's...
    A woman tries a gold earring at a jewellery showroom in Mumbai, India on October 28, 2016.Danish Siddiqui | Reuters Recovery in India's gold market remains uncertain in the second half of the year, dampened by factors including record high prices for the metal, the World Gold Council told CNBC.  India is one of the largest markets for gold. The precious metal plays an important role in India's culture — it's considered auspicious to buy gold during festive occasions or to give it as a gift at weddings. It is also seen as a symbol of affluence and a safe investment.  Demand for gold typically increases in the second half of the year, when important festivals are held including Diwali and Dhanteras, as well as the wedding season, said Somasundaram PR, managing director for India operations at the World Gold Council.  "It is difficult to say how things will evolve this year as there are multiple factors that will shape recovery — the trend of the pandemic, disruptions out of localised lockdowns and price outlook," he told CNBC by email. Gold...
    Champions League affirms that football gives a new opportunity The Manchester City manager, Pep Guardiola, lamented the “mistakes” that cannot be allowed in the Champions League and that against Olympique Lyon cost them elimination in the quarterfinals. “It has been difficult for us to find the spaces, they are very physical and very aggressive. In the second half we were better, but the details have made the difference, “he said this Saturday after the game. The English team entered much better in the second half, but after tying the French goal in the first half they neglected their area twice, two goals from Dembl for 1-3. Also, Sterling failed to empty goal at 2-2. “We have had more chances, but we have made mistakes and in this competition you cannot fail. It is difficult, but it is part of the game. You have to understand it. Now you have to try again. Football gives other opportunities and you have to try. This one-game competition has its advantages and disadvantages, “he said. Guardiola was optimistic for the future, after another...
    Business education teacher Malikah Armbrister stands in protest along with her colleagues in front of the Hillsborough County Schools District Office on July 16, 2020 in Tampa, Florida. Octavio Jones/Getty Images A report published by the American Academy of Pediatrics and the Children's Hospital Association said that at least 97,078 tested positive for COVID-19 in the last two weeks of July.  Since the pandemic began, 338,982 children have tested positive for COVID-19, according to the report.  The last two weeks of July showed a 40% increase in pediatric cases from prior weeks, according to the report. President Donald Trump has urged schools to reopen in the fall.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. At least 97,078 tested positive for COVID-19 in the last two weeks of July, a 40% increase from prior weeks, according to a new report. The report published by the American Academy of Pediatrics and the Children's Hospital Association was released as many schools across the US are prepping to return to in-person classes in the fall with an endorsement from President Donald Trump. The...
    Remember the time when Akshay Kumar had set himself on fire? Yes, the day he announced his digital debut with, The End on Amazon Prime. Well, the same show was earlier supposed to start shooting this year but the ongoing coronavirus pandemic has compelled the makers to shift their schedule and make way for Akshay’s prior commitments. While we wondered if his show was put on a back burner considering his steady film announcements, a new report in an entertainment portal suggests it has been delayed but not shelved definitely. The show’s producer, Vikram Malhotra was recently asked about an update on Akshay’s upcoming show. While explaining the reason for its delay, he said, “It isn’t a project that we, as makers, can tweak and start (shooting) next month. We’ve used the time to improve the material.” When asked about the change in the show’s shooting schedule, he said, “The show was to roll in December tentatively, with Akshay joining us in January 2021. But, it has been four months (into the lockdown), and it will be a few more months before...
    Sao Paulo, Jul 21 (EFE) .- The Brazilian company Neoenergía, a subsidiary of the Spanish group Iberdrola, reported on Tuesday that it obtained in the first half of the year a net profit of 999 million reais (193.2 million dollars), a 1% less than the same period of the previous year. The net profit of the company in the second quarter of the year, meanwhile, was 423 million reais (about 81.8 million dollars), which represents a drop of 18% compared to the same months of 2019, coinciding with the coronavirus crisis, which in Brazil has worsened since the end of March. According to the financial balance disclosed this Tuesday by Neoenergía, the gross operating result (Ebitda) in the first six months of the year was 2,631 million reais (about 509 million dollars), with a reduction of 3% compared to the first six months of 2019, impacted by the effects of COVID-19 on the country’s economic activity. In the second quarter of the year, Ebitda was 1,106 million reais (about $ 214 million), 19% less compared to April-June 2019. Net operating...
    The world’s population is expected to shrink in the second half of the 21st century, according to researchers. The research, which is published in The Lancet medical journal, forecasts mortality, fertility and migration for 195 countries worldwide. The global population will peak at 9.7 billion in 2064, according to researchers at the University of Washington, falling to 8.8 billion by the end of the century. The current world population is around 7.8 billion. The study runs counter to the U.N.’s prediction that the world’s population will reach its peak at nearly 11 billion around 2100. The study published in the Lancet projects U.S. population growth until just after mid-century, reaching a peak of 364 million in 2062. The current U.S. population is just under 330 million, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. “The USA’s total fertility rate–which represents the average number of children a woman delivers over her lifetime–is predicted to steadily decline from 1.8 in 2017 to 1.5 in 2100; well below the minimum birth rate (2.1) considered necessary to maintain existing population levels long-term without immigration,” the Lancet...
    The world’s population is expected to shrink in the second half of the 21st century, according to researchers. The research, which is published in The Lancet medical journal, forecasts mortality, fertility and migration for 195 countries worldwide. The global population will peak at 9.7 billion in 2064, according to researchers at the University of Washington, falling to 8.8 billion by the end of the century. The current world population is around 7.8 billion. The study runs counter to the U.N.'s prediction that the world's population will reach its peak at nearly 11 billion around 2100. CORONAVIRUS VACCINE TRIAL AT OXFORD UNIVERSITY SHOWS 'ROBUST' IMMUNE SYSTEM RESPONSE The study published in the Lancet projects U.S. population growth until just after mid-century, reaching a peak of 364 million in 2062. The current U.S. population is just under 330 million, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. Image courtesy of NASA (NASA) “The USA's total fertility rate--which represents the average number of children a woman delivers over her lifetime--is predicted to steadily decline from 1.8 in 2017 to 1.5 in 2100; well below the minimum...
    This photo taken on March 30, 2020 shows an employee working on a battery production line at a factory in Huaibei in China's eastern Anhui province.STR | AFP | Getty Images China's economic recovery could cool in the second half of 2020 after its strong bounce from lows earlier in the year, according to Deutsche Bank's chief economist and head of research for Asia Pacific, Michael Spencer. "China is clearly advancing rapidly out of the Covid epidemic," Spencer told CNBC's "Squawk Box Asia" on Monday. "All of the data since the middle of February have pointed to as near enough to a V-shaped recovery as we're going to get anywhere." The outlook ahead, however, appears to be less clear — according to Spencer — who said the impact of the coronavirus pandemic is "first and foremost" on consumption activity as people are either locked in or choosing not to go out. "When you look at the Chinese data — excluding cinemas which are still closed and restaurants where people still have an aversion to going into large restaurants — retail sales of goods have...
    VIDEO3:3003:30ETF analysts lay out their best bets for the second half of 2020ETF Edge The second half of the year could be pivotal for the exchange-traded fund space. Over $200 billion flowed into ETFs in the first half of 2020 despite stocks' plunge into a bear market and the frequent volatility spikes, according to CFRA Research. That's enough to put the industry on track for a banner year, Todd Rosenbluth, senior director of ETF and mutual fund research at CFRA, told CNBC's "ETF Edge" on Monday. "If people who found ETFs during the market volatility continue to embrace them, retail and institutional investors, we think we're going to challenge the record year of a couple years ago," he said, referring to 2018's $476 billion haul. Last year was the second-best on record for ETF inflows, with a grand total of $326 billion. This year, "investors rotated towards fixed-income ETFs … like LQD and HYG, getting corporate exposure" as the Federal Reserve vowed to buy up corporate bond assets to support the market, Rosenbluth said. "They moved into gold products like...
    MANCHESTER UNITED waltzed their way to a 3-0 victory over Brighton to close the gap between themselves and fourth placed Chelsea.  The win was a statement of intent to their top four rivals as a dominant performance started, with Mason Greenwood getting on the scoresheet early in the second-half. 4Bruno Fernandes was Utd's star man as he netted twice in a 3-0 win at BrightonCredit: AFP or licensors However, it was Bruno Fernandes who stole the show as his goals either side of the break helped United to all three points.  The victory pushes United’s unbeaten streak to 15 in all competitions and closes the gap on Chelsea to just two points ahead of their game against West Ham tomorrow.  Here Sun Sport’s Frankie Christou gives us his player ratings for the Manchester United players.  LADBROKES 1-2-FREE Simply predict Chelsea, Liverpool and Man City scores this coming weekend and win £100 David De Gea – 7  Despite probably catching a cold in the first half with the lack of action the Spaniard managed to salvage a clean sheet for United...
    Getty Images BlackRock's global chief investment strategist said after the market's strong gains, he is more cautious on U.S. stocks into the second half of the year because of risks of fading fiscal stimulus and potential election volatility. BlackRock Investment Institute, in its second half outlook, said it retains equities at neutral, or benchmark weight in portfolios. Within that, it has an overweight on European equities, underweight on emerging markets and neutral, or more cautious view on U.S. equities. It also favors higher quality names across the board. "We entered the year overweight equities and credit. At the very end of February, as the storms gathering around the coronavirus became apparent, we cut those investments back to neutral weight," said Mike Pyle, BlackRock global chief investment strategist. But when he returned to an overweight in risk in early April, it was just in credit, an asset class the Fed and other central banks are purchasing. "The strong policy backstop was going to mean credit assets are going to have a smoother and more resilient ride...versus equity assets," Pyle said. He said the...
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