RJ Barrett (New York Knicks) with a dunk vs the Indiana Pacers, 02/27/2021
RJ Barrett (New York Knicks) with a dunk vs the Indiana Pacers, 02/27/2021
Egypt’s transportation minister on Tuesday said he sacked the country’s top railway official, following three train accidents in less than a month that left at least 29 people dead and some 320 injured. The firing of Asharf Raslan, head of the railway authority, was part of a wide ranging overhaul of the rundown railway system's leadership amid public outcry over repeated train crashes. Raslan, who headed the railway authority since July 2018, was replaced Mustafa Abuel-Makarm, the office of Transportation Minister Kamal el-Wazir said in a statement.
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On the heels of blockbuster earnings from major U.S. banks, investors are focused on whether an upcoming batch of earnings from major technology-related companies can sustain the season's early momentum. Estimated year-over-year first-quarter earnings growth for S&P 500 companies rose to 31% from 25% in the past week, based on Refinitiv data, driven by last week's stronger-than-expected results from Wells Fargo & Co, Goldman Sachs Group Inc and other banks. Tuesday brings results from stay-at-home winner Netflix Inc, which is part of the FAANG group of high-profile tech-related names.
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The UK's Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has given the go ahead to local startup sees.ai, which is developing a beyond-visual-line-of-sight (BVLOS) command & control solution to aid data capture for industrial use-cases, to trial a concept for routine BVLOS operations -- the first such authorization for a U.K. company, the regulator said today. Sees.ai, an early participant in the sandbox, has now secured authorization to trial a concept for routine BVLOS operations at three (physical) sites without needing to pre-authorise each flight. The Techstars-backed startup is focused on drone operations in industrial settings -- building tech to scale the use of drones for inspection and maintenance purposes in industries, such as the oil & gas sector, by enabling pilots to remote-control craft from a central location, rather than needing to be on site for each flight.
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Dublin, April 20, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "Former Soviet Union Oil and Gas Projects Outlook to 2025 - Development Stage, Capacity, Capex and Contractor Details of All New Build and Expansion Projects" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering. The total number of oil and gas projects in the Former Soviet Union expected to start operations from 2021 to 2025 are 536. Of these, upstream projects would be 73, midstream at 124 projects, refineries at 112, and petrochemicals would be the highest with 227 projects.Scope Updated information on oil and gas, planned and announced projects in the Former Soviet Union with start years up to 2025Provides projects breakdown by sector, project type, and project stage at regional and country levelProvides key details such as project development stage, capacity, and project cost for planned and announced projects in the Former Soviet Union, wherever availableProvides EPC contractor, design/FEED contractor, and other contractor details for oil and gas projects, wherever available Reasons to Buy Obtain the most up to date information available on planned and announced projects in the Former Soviet Union across the oil and gas value chainIdentify growth segments and opportunities in the Former Soviet Union oil and gas industryFacilitate decision making based on strong oil and gas projects dataAssess key projects data of your competitors and peers Key Topics Covered: 1. Introduction1.1 What is this Report About?1.2 Market Definition2. Oil and Gas Projects Outlook in Former Soviet Union2.1 Oil and Gas Projects in Former Soviet Union, Overview of Projects Data2.2 Oil and Gas Projects in Former Soviet Union, Projects by Sector2.3 Oil and Gas Projects in Former Soviet Union, Projects by Type2.4 Oil and Gas Projects in Former Soviet Union, Projects by Stage2.5 Oil and Gas Projects in Former Soviet Union, Projects by Key Countries3. Oil and Gas Projects Outlook in Russia3.1 Oil and Gas Projects in Russia, Overview of Projects Data3.2 Oil and Gas Projects in Russia, Projects by Sector3.3 Oil and Gas Projects in Russia, Projects by Type3.4 Oil and Gas Projects in Russia, Projects by Stage3.5 Oil and Gas Projects in Russia, Projects Development Stage, Capacity, Project Cost, and Contractor Details4. Oil and Gas Projects Outlook in Kazakhstan4.1 Oil and Gas Projects in Kazakhstan, Overview of Projects Data4.2 Oil and Gas Projects in Kazakhstan, Projects by Sector4.3 Oil and Gas Projects in Kazakhstan, Projects by Type4.4 Oil & Gas Projects in Kazakhstan, Projects by Stage4.5 Oil and Gas Projects in Kazakhstan, Projects Development Stage, Capacity, Project Cost, and Contractor Details5. Oil and Gas Projects Outlook in Uzbekistan5.1 Oil and Gas Projects in Uzbekistan, Overview of Projects Data5.2 Oil and Gas Projects in Uzbekistan, Projects by Sector5.3 Oil and Gas Projects in Uzbekistan, Projects by Type5.4 Oil & Gas Projects in Uzbekistan, Projects by Stage5.5 Oil and Gas Projects in Uzbekistan, Projects Development Stage, Capacity, Project Cost, and Contractor Details6. Oil and Gas Projects Outlook in Azerbaijan6.1 Oil and Gas Projects in Azerbaijan, Overview of Projects Data6.2 Oil and Gas Projects in Azerbaijan, Projects by Sector6.3 Oil and Gas Projects in Azerbaijan, Projects by Type6.4 Oil & Gas Projects in Azerbaijan, Projects by Stage6.5 Oil and Gas Projects in Azerbaijan, Projects Development Stage, Capacity, Project Cost, and Contractor Details7. Oil and Gas Projects Outlook in Turkmenistan8. Oil and Gas Projects Outlook in Belarus9. Oil and Gas Projects Outlook in Ukraine10. Oil and Gas Projects Outlook in Lithuania11. Oil and Gas Projects Outlook in Georgia12. Oil and Gas Projects Outlook in Estonia13. Oil and Gas Projects Outlook in Latvia14. Oil and Gas Projects Outlook in Tajikistan15. Oil and Gas Projects Outlook in Armenia16. AppendixFor more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/r/2jkgmt CONTACT: CONTACT: ResearchAndMarkets.com Laura Wood, Senior Press Manager email@example.com For E.S.T Office Hours Call 1-917-300-0470 For U.S./CAN Toll Free Call 1-800-526-8630 For GMT Office Hours Call +353-1-416-8900
MOSCOW — The U.S. ambassador to Russia said Tuesday he will head home for consultations — a move that comes after the Kremlin prodded him to take a break as Washington and Moscow traded sanctions. The Kremlin emphasized that it couldn't order Ambassador John Sullivan to leave for consultations and could only “recommend” that he do so amid the current tensions. Sullivan said in a statement that he is returning to the United States this week to discuss U.S.-Russian ties with members of President Joe Biden's administration. He emphasized that he would come back to Moscow within weeks. “I believe it is important for me to speak directly with my new colleagues in the Biden administration in Washington about the current state of bilateral relations between the United States and Russia," Sullivan said in a statement issued by the embassy. “Also, I have not seen my family in well over a year, and that is another important reason for me to return home for a visit.” Sullivan's departure comes after Russia on Friday stopped short of asking Sullivan to leave the country but said it “suggested” that he follows the example of the Russian ambassador to the U.S., who was recalled from Washington last month after President Joe Biden described Russian President Vladimir Putin as a “killer.” Russia has set no time frame for Ambassador Anatoly Antonov's return to Washington. Putin's spokesman, Dmitry Peskov, said the ambassadors' departures reflect current tensions in the relationship between the United States and Russia. “The relations now have hit the bottom,” Peskov said. “There are certain consequences of the unfriendly measures taken against our country and the retaliatory measures taken by us.” On Thursday, the Biden administration announced sanctions on Russia for interfering in the 2020 U.S. presidential election and for involvement in the SolarWind hack of federal agencies — activities Moscow has denied. The U.S. ordered 10 Russian diplomats expelled, targeted dozens of companies and people and imposed new curbs on Russia’s ability to borrow money. Russia denounced the U.S. move as “absolutely unfriendly and unprovoked” and retaliated by ordering 10 U.S. diplomats to leave, blacklisting eight current and former U.S. officials and tightening requirements for the U.S. Embassy operations. While ordering the sanctions, Biden also called for de-escalating tensions and held the door open for co-operation with Russia in certain areas. Biden emphasized that he told Putin that he chose not to impose tougher sanctions for now and proposed to meet in a third country in the summer. Russia said it was studying the offer. “I will return to Moscow in the coming weeks before any meeting between Presidents Biden and Putin,” Sullivan said in Tuesday’s statement. On Monday, U.S. National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan had a call with Nikolai Patrushev, the secretary of the Russian presidential Security Council, to discuss the prospect of a U.S.-Russian summit and they “agreed to continue to stay in touch,” according to a statement from U.S. National Security Council spokesperson Emily Horne. Peskov noted the Sullivan-Patrushev call, adding Tuesday that “if it becomes expedient, the ambassadors will come back and resume their duties.” “As for the Russian ambassador, the president of Russia will decide when such expediency comes,” Peskov said during a conference call with reporters. He said, “Russia certainly can't order” the U.S. ambassador to return home for consultations but can recommend that he do so. Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov said that “we are in the very beginning of analyzing the situation” regarding Biden's summit proposal and no specifics have been discussed yet. “A big question is what course the U.S. will take,” Ryabkov said in remarks carried by Russian news agencies. While the new U.S. sanctions further limited Russia’s ability to borrow money by banning U.S. financial institutions from buying Russian government bonds directly from state institutions, they didn’t target the secondary market. The Biden administration held the door open for more hard-hitting moves if need be. Fyodor Lukyanov, a leading Moscow-based foreign policy expert, said while the Kremlin's advice to Sullivan to leave for consultations stopped short of expulsion, it reflected Moscow's dismay about the new sanctions. “If the political contacts have been reduced to zero, and economic ties never were close enough, why have so many people in the embassies?” Lukyanov said in a commentary. He predicted that ties will continue to deteriorate despite Biden's offer to hold a summit. “During the past Cold War, the Soviet Union and the United States at least shared a certain mutual respect and a recognition of each other's political legitimacy, and it's no longer the case,” Lukyanov observed. “Each party sees the other as heading toward decay and lacking the moral and political right to behave as it does,” he said. Vladimir Isachenkov, The Associated Press
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Johnson & Johnson, whose COVID-19 vaccine was put on pause last week to review reports of rare blood clots, reported $100 million in first-quarter sales of the shot on Tuesday and tightened its forecast for profits this year. The company has previously said the vaccine will be available on a not-for-profit basis until the end of the pandemic. The company's COVID-19 vaccine use was paused by U.S. regulators last week as they review reports of rare but serious blood clots in recipients.
Prices could rise in some parts of the UK after the supermarket's takeover, the competition watchdog says.
You may not have noticed it, but the financial sector is one of the hottest sectors in the stock market right now. It is up almost 20% year to date through Monday's close, beating the S&P 500 (up 11%) and every other sector except energy. If you're looking for some exposure to this sector but aren't sure where to start, one good option is the Vanguard Financials (NYSEMKT: VFH) exchange-traded fund (ETF).
There were 379 deaths registered in the week ending April 2 in England and Wales where Covid-19 was mentioned on the death certificate.
The decision wasn't unanimous, but Windsor City Council voted Monday to urge the province to implement a paid sick day program. The program would offer workers who don't get paid sick days at work time off due to sickness with COVID-19. "A number of folks here at this table have expressed admiration and gratitude to front-line workers who continue to put themselves at risk in order to meet the needs that we have in our community," said Coun. Kieran McKenzie, who put forward the motion patterned after one passed by the council in St. Catharines. "And this is another layer of protection that will allow those folks who need to attend work." But Coun. Jo-Anne Gignac was opposed, on the grounds that paid sick days need to be left to the negotiating table with employers. "My fear in endorsing this is that we're stepping into the shoes of other elected bodies," said Gignac. Mayor Drew Dilkens urged against the motion because this council wouldn't have a good enough idea what the program would cost because the sick days program would continue after the pandemic. "This isn't just a pandemic response. We're saying enshrine this in Ontario legislation when there's already a federal response available and certainly this council has no information what this would cost or what this would mean. This is sort of a visceral reaction," said Dilkens. The federal government has set up the Canada Recovery Sickness benefit to allow those who are sick with COVID-19 or isolating to receive up to $450 per week after tax, but advocates say that program falls short of what paid sick days would provide to workers. Councillors Gary Kaschak, Rino Bortolin, Jim Morrison, Chris Holt, Kieran McKenzie and Fabio Costante voted in favour. Councillors Jeewen Gill, Jo-Ann Gignac, Fred Francis and mayor Drew Dilkens voted against. Toronto Mayor John Tory is also calling on the federal and provincial governments to work together to improve the paid sick day program. Officials in the cities of London and Brampton have also called on the province for paid sick days.