A U.S. ban on new offshore drilling in the Gulf of Mexico, which presidential hopeful Joe Biden promised to enact if elected, would lead to hundreds of thousands of job losses and billions in lost government revenue over 20 years, an offshore drilling industry group said on Tuesday. The report by the Washington-based National Ocean Industries Association comes as Biden and other Democrats hoping to unseat Republican President Donald Trump in November's election have vowed to shift the country away from planet-warming fossil fuels to help avert the worst impacts of climate change. "It's important for the public and policymakers to understand the ramifications, which are severe," NOIA President Erik Milito said in an interview about the study.
Integral Ad Science (IAS), the global leader in digital ad verification, announced today the first platform-wide agreement with the LinkedIn Audience Network to provide brand safety for all native ads across desktop, mobile web, and in-app. This integration uses IAS's predictive technology and real-time data to not only ensure that all campaigns activated through the LinkedIn Audience Network are brand safe, but also fraud-free.
VANCOUVER , May 26, 2020 /CNW/ - Reconnaissance Energy Africa Ltd. (the " Company" or " ReconAfrica") (RECO.V) (RECAF) (0XD.F) is pleased to provide an operational update. This operations report is to announce operational activities and plans arising from changes to coronavirus-related restrictions in Namibia. Following the Namibian government's announcement that the country will begin to gradually reopen from Tuesday, May 5 , domestic travel is now permitted within the country.
More than 270 of Wall Street’s key trading staff were summoned for emergency weekend duty to clear a massive backlog of failed trades in March and April, highlighting the stress that built up in the financial system when the coronavirus crisis tore into markets. The clean-up took place on March 28 and April 25, co-ordinated by Sifma, a US trade body that represents Wall Street brokers, banks and asset managers, using protocols that had never been tested out of a training environment before. “There were times when you could see the indicators of distress,” said a senior executive at a top US investment bank, adding that his bank was left hanging when “other banks could not deliver” on trades they had committed to.
Tucked away in the stores of the British Museum are seven mokomakai. In 2006, the British Museum received a request from Te Papa Tongarewa, the Museum of New Zealand, to repatriate its mokomakai on the grounds that they were not objects but tupuna (ancestors). The British Museum refused.
Covid-19 has upended our notion of what a dangerous job looks like. Builders, miners and quarry workers always lived with a certain amount of risk. But in the coronavirus economy, care homes are the new ...
The art market can learn a lot from the banking industry, especially when staring down the barrel of another global economic crisis. Johnson became managing partner of the London boutique art advisory firm Beaumont Nathan last year. While art’s merits as an asset are debatable, valuations seem certain to take a hit, in step with volatile stock markets around the world.
The Red Cross called for an end to cyberattacks on healthcare and medical research facilities during the coronavirus pandemic, in a letter published Tuesday and signed by a group of political and business figures. Such attacks endanger human lives and governments must take "immediate and decisive action" to stop them, the letter stated. "We are hoping that the world's governments will step up to affirm their commitments to the international rules that prohibit such actions," said Peter Maurer, president of the International Committee of the Red Cross, in the letter.
Today Suralink and PKF Littlejohn announced a partnership that will expand Suralink's footprint into the EMEA market while providing PKF Littlejohn partners, clients, and staff with leading request list management solutions.
New York, May 25, 2020 -- Reportlinker.com announces the release of the report "Global Interactive Voice Response (IVR) Systems Industry" -.
Daimler AG plans to invest in Farasis Energy's planned $480 million IPO, aiming to ensure a stable supply of batteries from the Chinese firm as it ramps up electric vehicle production, three people familiar with the matter said. The two firms struck a deal last year for Farasis to supply Daimler with lithium-ion battery cells and Farasis is building a factory in Germany. Daimler and Farasis declined to comment on the potential IPO investment.
Futures jumped on Memorial Day, as the coronavirus stock market rally roars. Apple, Tesla and AMD are near buy points.
Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda said on Tuesday the central bank may take more steps to cushion the economic impact from the coronavirus pandemic, maintaining his gloomy outlook even as a state of emergency was lifted in the capital Tokyo. Kuroda, however, said it would be difficult for the BOJ to directly take on any losses financial institutions incur from loans that go sour as a result of the fallout from the pandemic. "Offering subsidies or debt waivers for financial institutions is something that's quite difficult for central banks to do," Kuroda told a semi-annual testimony to parliament.
Chinese tech giant Tencent Holdings plans to conduct an international offering of notes under a programme to certain professional investors, the company said in a statement late Monday. Tencent said it intends to use the proceeds for general corporate purposes. An Application has been made by the company for listing of programme within 12 months after May 25 by way of debt issues, Tencent added.
Fellow "Bachelorette" star Rachel Lindsay has opened up on how she was disappointed by Hannah Brown's apology for saying the N-word while singing the lyrics to a song on Instagram. Lindsay, who is the only black series lead in the history of "The Bachelorette" and "The Bachelor," said Brown told her she was going to […]
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Over the last month the Alltronics Holdings Limited (HKG:833) has been much stronger than before, rebounding by 96...
Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda said on Tuesday it may be hard for life to return to pre-coronavirus pandemic ways even after the virus is contained, as the hit from the health crisis on global travel and service activity may persist. "The pandemic may lead to changes in a country's industrial structure and people's behavior ... It may be hard for things to return to ways before the pandemic hit," Kuroda told parliament.
China's aviation regulator may make it difficult for Hong Kong's Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd to merge regional arm Cathay Dragon into its main brand because of infractions during last year's pro-democracy protests, two sources said. The airline is looking to cut costs, streamline marketing and consolidate pilot contracts around Cathay Pacific and low-cost arm HK Express, the sources said on condition of anonymity. Rival Singapore Airlines Ltd is doing the same with regional arm SilkAir and budget arm Scoot.
China will strengthen its economic policy and continue efforts to lower interest rates on loans, central bank Governor Yi Gang said, reinforcing expectations of further support measures to revive an economy ravaged by the coronavirus pandemic. Yi, in an interview published by the central bank on Tuesday, said China's economic fundamentals are unchanged despite many uncertainties and reiterated that its current stance on monetary policy will be more flexible.
New York, May 25, 2020 -- Reportlinker.com announces the release of the report "Global Welding Machinery Industry" - https://www.reportlinker.com/p03915691/?utm_source=GNW An.
As an investor, mistakes are inevitable. But you have a problem if you face massive losses more than once in a while...