Fearless Forecast Week 2: 3 REC, 83 YDS
Projected Points: 9.8
Fearless Forecast Week 2: 3 REC, 83 YDS
Projected Points: 9.8
Taiwanese band Mayday’s leader and lead guitarist Monster welcomed a baby girl just one day before the Mid-autumn Festival.
Beijing-based distributor Hugoeast Media has acquired Chinese distribution rights to Cannes Directors’ Fortnight player ‘The Tale of King Crab,’ the first feature venture into narrative fiction of Italian filmmakers Alessio Rigo de Righi and Matteo Zoppis. Hugoeast Media plans a limited theatrical release in Chinese theaters in the course of 2022. The deal with Hugoeast […]
The Fed is not expected to move on interest rates in its policy-setting meeting this week, but a round of economic projections could jolt markets if rate hikes are forecast to begin sooner than expected.
Amazon's bestselling electric toothbrush is hugely discounted until tomorrow.
The first of Jeff Bezos' grants directed to conservation efforts will be released this year with a focus on the Congo Basin, tropical Andes and tropical Pacific Ocean.
England coach Eddie Jones axed five senior players, including the Vunipola brothers and occasional captain George Ford, from his first England squad of the autumn on Tuesday.
The renders are part of the North-South Commuter Railway project that will run from New Clark City to Laguna This article, LOOK: PNR Clark phase 2 train will run from Malolos to Clark in 30 minutes, originally appeared on Coconuts, Asia's leading alternative media company.
Shares of Chinese property developer Evergrande plunged by as much as 7% on Tuesday.That's after it tumbled 10% the previous day.It has two repayment deadlines looming ahead, one this Thursday.Investors fear the giant could default on its mountain of debt, and spark a failure throughout China's property sector and everything exposed to it: first the banks, then the broader market.Evergrande has $305 billion in liabilities, equivalent to 2% of China's GDP.The pressure to sell was high in Asia. The Hang Seng Index was at its lowest point in 11 months in morning trade.Japan's Nikkei fell nearly 2%, returning from a Monday holiday.A S&P report on Monday said there was a slim chance of Beijing bailing out the firm.S&P Global Ratings believed Beijing would "only be compelled to step in if there is a far-reaching contagion causing major developers to fail and posing systemic risks to the economy."And that - "Evergrande failing alone would unlikely result in such a scenario."Evergrande's chairman Hui Ka Yan tried to downplay its debt crunch, though.In a letter to staff on Tuesday, coinciding with China's mid-autumn festival, he said the firm will 'walk out of its darkest moment', and deliver property projects as pledged.Investors in Evergrande, however, remained on edge.The Chinese government has been largely quiet about Evergrande on the public holiday.There was no mention of the firm's troubles in major state media.
MOTOR vehicles and motorcycle dealers and manufacturers will no longer have the reason to delay new registrations now that the Land Transportation Office (LTO) Central Visayas opened its new Certificate
A worker at a residential care facility for adults admitted on Tuesday (21 September) to assaulting one of its residents twice on the same day.
Hundreds of demonstrators took to the streets of the Australian city, which is currently in lockdown, after authorities said the frequent movement of workers was spreading the coronavirus in regional areas.The decision to close down building sites comes after an anti-vaccine mandate protest in Melbourne a day previously turned violent.The Victorian government requires all construction workers to have at least one vaccine doses by the end of this week.The forced closures of construction sites will worsen the country's economic activity with some economists predicting the extended lockdowns may push Australia's A$2 trillion ($1.45 trillion) economy into a second recession in as many years.
Like-for-like sales rose more than 22% in Kingfisher's second half results.
The European Court of Human Rights ruled on Tuesday that Russia was responsible for the 2006 killing of Alexander Litvinenko who died an agonising death after he was poisoned in London with Polonium 210, a rare radioactive isotope. "Russia was responsible for assassination of Aleksandr Litvinenko in the UK," the court said in a statement on its ruling. After moving to Britain, Litvinenko, a former FSB officer and whistleblower, become a vocal critic of Russian President Vladimir Putin.
A TOTAL of 221 public utility vehicles (PUVs) are currently servicing healthcare workers and Authorized Persons Outside of Residence (APORs) in Cebu for free under the government’s continued free ride
Singapore will face Thailand, Myanmar, the Philippines and the winner of the qualifying tie between Timor Leste and Brunei in the group stage of the AFF Suzuki Cup.
Shares of Universal Music, whose lineup features The Beatles and Taylor Swift, soared on the label's stock market debut on Tuesday, bolstering confidence in one of the largest IPOs in recent years.
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A coup attempt in Sudan "failed" early Tuesday, state media reported, as the country grapples with a fragile transition since the 2019 ouster of longtime president Omar al-Bashir.
Many residents of the Texan border town of Del Rio have been saying for months that they feel abandoned by the federal government as border arrests hit 20-year highs. On Friday night, a local lawyer published a Facebook post saying that local school district buses were transferring migrants, mostly Haitians, to processing facilities. "THE SAME BUSES OUR CHILDREN WILL RIDE ON MONDAY!!!!" Jacques De La Mota wrote alongside pictures of a yellow school bus seemingly picking up migrants in the dark.
Boris Johnson left Qatari officials laughing as he and the country's Emir, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani, shared a joke over his rugby skills. The Qatari leader had complimented the prime minister as a "very good rugby player" after having seen videos of him play, which prompted his witty response "I was meant to be playing football." The discussion led to the sport after Mr Johnson likened the need for climate action to the "final drive to the line".