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October 21, 2021 11:44 UTC
Det tænker jeg på sidstedagen af OL, hvor vi skal svømme finalen i 4 x 100 meter medley. Alle fire skal svømme deres ypperste; hvis bare én af os har en dårlig dag, så er vi chanceløse. Der er bare så mange ting, der er så fucked up med det her. Det flyder, vi er som en organisme, og vi får bronze – en hundrededel af et sekund fra sølvmedaljen. Det er så latterligt, og det er en af de ting, jeg hader ved sporten.
October 18, 2021 04:24 UTC
SUDBURY — An event educating attendees on "invisible" disabilities is among the events the Commission on Disability has planned as part of a push to bring awareness to the topic. Not all disabilities are obviousCommission on Disability Chairwoman Pat Guthy said the panel will have an American sign language interpreter available. As part of that work, the group has taken the disability flag, which is made up of gold, silver and bronze, and created pins. 'Best Summer Ever':A feel-good musical and a big win for disability inclusionThe commission was inactive before being resurrected in recent years. "It's a very active commission, very cooperative, and we all share a life goal of making Sudbury a more inclusive place."
October 11, 2021 09:00 UTC
BEIRUT (Reuters) -Firefighters put out a blaze that raged for several hours at a gasoline storage tank in southern Lebanon on Monday, the latest blow to a nation grappling with crippling economic and fuel crises. There were no reports of casualties in the fire at the Zahrani oil facility on the Mediterranean coast, which had sent a huge column of smoke into the sky. Energy minister Walid Fayad said the fire resulted from a “mistake” while gasoline was being transported from one storage tank to another, the National News Agency (NNA) reported. The army had diverted traffic away from the facility in a sparsely-populated area, the security source said. Lebanese have had to increasingly rely on private generators for power, with expensive fuel oil bills, as the state electricity company provided a few if any hours of service a day to their districts.
October 11, 2021 08:48 UTC
(Reuters) – A strong rally in mining stocks on Monday boosted an index of European equities, which retraced all losses logged early in the session on worries about inflation and the upcoming earnings season. [IRONORE/] [MET/L]As a global energy crunch lifted crude prices, oil stocks rose more than 1%, as did auto shares, offsetting losses in travel & leisure, utility and retail names. [O/R]The pan-European STOXX 600 index recouped losses of as much as 0.6% on the day, to end marginally higher. “Inflation is set to stay higher for longer than we previously envisaged due to surging energy prices and goods shortages. The banking index touched its highest since February 2020, recovering almost all pandemic-induced losses as investors jacked up interest rate expectations.
October 11, 2021 08:37 UTC
NEW YORK (Reuters) – U.S. shares fell on Monday, having whip-sawed between gains and losses as soaring oil prices that hit multi-year peaks stoked fears about rising prices and tighter monetary policy, lifting the dollar to a near-three-year high against the yen. A rally in basic material and energy shares on higher oil prices initially lifted major U.S. stock indices. “We are gaining confidence in a sharper deceleration but the timing is more uncertain.”The Dow Jones Industrial Average lost 0.72%, the S&P 500 fell 0.69%, and the Nasdaq Composite dropped 0.64%. Oil prices, which had jumped on Monday on rebounding demand and cutbacks in supply, gave up some of their early gains but still ended the session higher. That helped basic materials and energy stocks in the S&P 500.
October 11, 2021 08:37 UTC
Regeringen vil forhindre rigmandsghettoer En ny milliardfond skal være med til at holde prisen på byggeri af nye almene boliger nede. Nu vil regeringen imidlertid prøve at forhindre, at hovedstaden udvikler sig til ghettoer for de rigeste. Med sit kommende boligudspil vil regeringen især i hovedstadsområdet skabe fundamentet for tusindvis af nye almene boliger. Som statsminister Mette Frederiksen sagde i sin tale ved Folketingets åbning, vil regeringen gøre det muligt at opføre 22.000 ekstra almene boliger over de næste 10-15 år til en husleje på omkring 8.000 kroner. »Der vil fonden træde i kraft og være med til at sikre, at man alligevel kan bygge det«, siger Kaare Dybvad Bek.
October 11, 2021 05:35 UTC
BENGALURU (Reuters) – Oil prices jumped on Monday to the highest levels in years, fuelled by rebounding global demand that has contributed to power and gas shortages in key economies like China. Power prices have surged to record highs in recent weeks, driven by widespread energy shortages in Asia, Europe and the United States. Soaring natural gas prices have encouraged power generators to switch to oil. The Chinese government ordered miners to ramp up coal production as power prices surged. Oil prices likely to continue to advance here in the near term,” said Jim Ritterbusch, president of Ritterbusch and Associates in Galena, Illinois.
October 11, 2021 04:30 UTC
(Reuters) -New Zealand will require teachers and workers in the health and disability sectors to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said on Monday, as she extended restrictions in Auckland, its largest city, for another week. “New Zealand is at one of the trickiest and most challenging moments in the COVID-19 pandemic so far,” Ardern told reporters in Wellington. About 2.38 million New Zealanders have so far been fully vaccinated, or about 57% of the eligible population, with officials promising to end lockdowns once 90% of the eligible population is vaccinated. Health and disability sector workers will have to be fully vaccinated by Dec. 1, while school and early learning staff must get their two doses by Jan. 1, COVID-19 Response Minister Chris Hipkins said. Having largely controlled the virus last year, New Zealand has recorded just over 4,600 cases and 28 deaths.
October 11, 2021 04:18 UTC
BEIJING (Reuters) – China’s Ant Group has raised its registered capital to 35 billion yuan ($5.44 billion) from 23.8 billion yuan, public business registration records showed, as the fintech giant continues its government-mandated restructuring. Ant, an affiliate of e-commerce leader Alibaba Group Holding Ltd, in a Monday statement said the increase was to support growth and was “according to relevant regulations and business needs.”Authorities in April ordered sweeping restructuring at Ant after halting the financial technology (fintech) firm’s record $37 billion initial public offering in November, underscoring government determination to rein in its internet giants. The overhaul subjects Ant to tougher regulatory oversight and capital requirements. Ant said the 47% jump in registered capital comes from “capitalisation of the company’s capital reserve.” It said it had not engaged in any fundraising activity and that no additional investors were involved. ($1 = 6.4374 Chinese yuan renminbi)(Reporting by Cheng Leng and Brenda Goh; Editing by Christopher Cushing)
October 11, 2021 03:11 UTC
Martinez made up for the miss when he converted a low cross from De Paul 17 minutes into the second half. Uruguay, who ended the day fourth in the 10-team table, were unbeaten in eight matches coming into Sunday’s match. Edinson Cavani came on in the second half for Uruguay but it was Argentina who had the better chances in an entertaining game that featured only 15 fouls and no cautions. Messi came close to getting his second and substitute Angel Di Maria could have made it four on two occasions only to twice see Muslera parry his goalbound shots. Elsewhere, Chile won for the first time in eight qualifying matches to keep their slender hopes of qualifying for Qatar alive.
October 11, 2021 02:03 UTC
SYDNEY/BOSTON (Reuters) -As major companies look at drastic ways to cut carbon emissions from corporate travel, airlines are bracing for a major hit to business-class travel, a key revenue driver, industry executives and experts say. Several companies, such as HSBC, Zurich Insurance, Bain & Company and S&P Global, have already announced plans to quickly cut business travel emissions by as much as 70%. Flights account for about 90% of business travel emissions. The airline industry last week committed to reach “net zero” emissions by 2050 https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/airlines-accelerate-climate-pledge-industry-talks-2021-10-04 at a meeting in Boston, decades beyond the corporate travel emissions cut targets. “If we are getting to net zero carbon emissions by 2050 everybody has got to play their part here,” said Air New Zealand Chief Executive Greg Foran.
October 10, 2021 22:52 UTC
(Reuters) – Team by team analysis of Sunday’s Turkish Formula One Grand Prix at the Istanbul Park circuit (listed in current championship order):MERCEDES (Valtteri Bottas 1, Lewis Hamilton 5)Bottas won from pole position and set the fastest lap. Hamilton started 11th on the grid, due to an engine penalty, and was third when he made a late pitstop, losing two places. From being two points clear of Verstappen in the championship he is now six behind. Ricciardo started at the back of the grid due to an engine change penalty and struggled with the tyres. Tsunoda wore down his tyres battling Hamilton early on and then spun, dropping out of the points.
October 10, 2021 21:56 UTC
MILAN (Reuters) -World champions France won the Nations League final with goals from Karim Benzema and Kylian Mbappe earning them a 2-1 win over Spain at the San Siro stadium on Sunday. With Paul Pogba excellent in midfield, Mbappe’s speed and movement stretching Spain and Benzema a constant threat, the French were good value for their victory. Spain protested that Mbappe was offside when he received the ball but the VAR check found a slight touch from defender Eric Garcia had played the France striker onside. France had keeper Hugo Lloris to thank for two late saves as Deschamps’s side held on for the victory against intense Spanish pressure. Earlier on Sunday, Italy had claimed third-place in the Final Four tournament by beating Belgium 2-1 in Turin.
October 10, 2021 21:45 UTC
PARIS (Reuters) – Auchan does not plan to make a hostile move for Carrefour after the latter broke off talks over a tie-up between the two French retail groups, business daily Les Echos said on Sunday. Le Figaro, another French daily, had reported on Saturday that Carrefour decided to end discussions with Auchan after judging a potential deal as too complex. Auchan’s reported proposal is higher than a 20 euro per share bid for Carrefour made by Alimentation Couche-Tard in January. The Canadian retailer dropped its offer worth about 16 billion euros in the face of opposition from the French government. Auchan declined to comment, while Carrefour could not be immediately reached.
October 10, 2021 21:00 UTC