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U.S. stock index futures fell 1% on Monday, as investors worried about rising COVID-19 cases and the pace of economic growth at the start of a week in which the Federal Reserve will decide on potentially tapering its massive pandemic-era stimulus. All eyes on Wednesday will be on the Fed's policy meeting, where the central bank is expected to lay the groundwork for a tapering, although the consensus is for an actual announcement to be delayed until the November or December meetings. "Anything pointing to a November tapering decision may support the U.S. dollar further and perhaps extend the latest setback in equities," said Charalambos Pissouros, head of research at JFD Group.
U.S. stock futures sold off Monday morning, tracking declines in overseas equities as investors nervously eyed the potential ripple effects of a default of a major Chinese real estate company and ongoing debates over the debt ceiling in Washington.
According to a media statement provided by Louis Vuitton, the actress wore a custom white leather belted gown that was hand-embroidered with white and blue-green feathers.
James Middleton's new wife has shared a sweet detail about her bridal gown
Cranswick boss Adam Couch urged the government, which has been in emergency talks with the energy industry to deal with soaring gas prices, to act immediately to avert "a major crisis in the food industry". "We have worked tirelessly throughout the pandemic to keep food on the shelves, but there is a real risk of product shortages across the country if the Government does not act immediately to address these issues .... C02 shortages could effectively bring production to a halt." Carbon dioxide is used to stun animals before slaughter, in the vacuum packing of food products to extend their shelf life, and to put the fizz into beer, cider and soft drinks.
Pfizer Inc and BioNTech SE said on Monday their COVID-19 vaccine induced a robust immune response in 5 to 11 year olds, and they plan to ask for authorization to use the vaccine in children in that age range in the United States, Europe and elsewhere as soon as possible. The companies said the vaccine generated an immune response in the 5-to-11 year olds in their Phase II/III clinical trial that matched what they had previously observed in 16-to-25 year olds. "Since July, pediatric cases of COVID-19 have risen by about 240 percent in the U.S. – underscoring the public health need for vaccination," Pfizer Chief Executive Albert Bourla said in a news release.
Andoni Luis Aduriz, Jon Maya Sein and Pablo Iraburu, leading lights of Basque gastronomy, dance and non-fiction production, are teaming to make a creative documentary which pays homage to a movie classic. The identity of that classic will be revealed in the upcoming months. The link up between different creative worlds is just the latest […]
Two eateries claiming to have been the target of a campaign of negative reviews allegedly from a competitor have demanded that the suspected perpetrator pay compensation.
Pfizer said Monday its COVID-19 vaccine works for children ages 5 to 11 and that it will seek U.S. authorization for this age group soon -- a key step toward beginning vaccinations for youngsters. The vaccine made by Pfizer and its German partner BioNTech already is available for anyone 12 and older. For elementary school-aged kids, Pfizer tested a much lower dose -- a third of the amount that’s in each shot given now.
Energy UK, a trade association for the energy sector, has said it does not believe customers will be left without power, despite a surge in gas prices threatening the futures of some providers. Chief executive Emma Pinchbeck said: "Customers should be reassured by the fact that industry and government are talking, there are lots of solutions to where we're spotting problems.".
Speaking of Amazon -- which is reportedly conducting an investigation to find whether its lawyers bribed government officials in India -- the company announced today it plans to roll out the voice shopping experience feature in the Hindi language in the South Asian market ahead of the Diwali festival in early November. The e-commerce giant, which rolled out the voice shopping experience in English last year, said the feature in the Hindi language -- which will roll out in “coming weeks” -- will enable users to search for products and check their order status using voice commands such as “joote dikhao,” which is Hindi for ‘show me shoes.’ Only 10% of India’s 1.3 billion people speak English.
Makeup artist Amanda Grossman described Anderson's look as having an emphasis on 'timeless beauty'.
Two days after the Taliban seized Kabul last month, 26-year-old artist Sara took the terracotta plates she'd painted with images praising inspirational Afghan women -- and hurled them to the ground.
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The 20-year-old actor and dancer has joined the CBeebies House team after being spotted by producers in an educational video about Down's Syndrome.
THE Pinamungajan Municipal Government had distributed P3,000 worth of financial assistance to each of the town’s 2,667 indigent senior citizens on September 16 to 17, 2021.The social pension covered
The activists from Insulate Britain, which wants the British government to commit to providing insulation for 29 million homes, blocked slip roads, glued themselves to the road and poured paint onto the motorway carriageway.It is the fourth such action in the last week to disrupt the M25 by the group. It sent a letter to the Highways Agency and police on Sunday (September 19) to warn them that their campaign would go on until the government met its demands.Home Secretary Priti Patel has described the protests as unacceptable and said the police must take decisive action.
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Greece on Monday began moving asylum seekers to the first of several new EU-funded "closed" camps on its islands, despite activists complaining that controls on access are too harsh.