CAF Confed Cup: Enyimba Crash out

first_imgEnyimba FC Nigeria’s last team in continental football, Enyimba FC of Aba lost 2-1 to Raja Casablanca of Morocco in the second leg of the semi final of the 2018 CAF Confederation Cup last night to exit the competition.Enyimba had lost the first leg 1-0 at home in Aba to crash out on 3-1 aggregate. Rangers is to represent Nigeria in the competition next year following it’s victory over Kano Pillars wednesdayCHAMPIONS LEAGUEResultsBarcelona 2-0 InterPSV 2-2 TottenhamLiverpool 4-0 ZvezdaPSG 2-2 NapoliGalatasaray 0-0 Schalke 04Lokomotiv 1-3 PortoDortmund 4-0 AtleticoBrugge 1-1 MonacoShare this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img

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Warriors 2018 championship ring — with a secret message

first_imgAt Tuesday’s season opener, the Golden State Warriors received their rings commemorating the 2018 NBA championship.As far as we know, it doesn’t decode anything, but it is reversible: You can twist off the top (revealing a hidden message) and flip it over to display an alternative design.Details:(NBA.com image)• The top of the ring has the player’s number and a depiction of the east span of the Bay Bridge on a field of 74 diamonds (representing the 74 wins in the season and postseason), …last_img

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Submit Your Business to These Video Production Directories

first_imgWant to increase the visibility of your video production business? Here’s the top video/film directories you should be listed in.Having a website for your film or video production business is not only recommended, it’s a necessity. But don’t stop there. Expand your web presence by including your video production company in popular online film and video company directories.In this post, we’ve rounded up the most popular online directories for film, video and television – most of which you can be included in for free. Are there any that should have made our list but didn’t? Include suggestions for websites, as well as your own business marketing tips, in the comments below.In addition to potential clients/employers finding your business in these directories, including links to your own site in these listings has reciprocal visibility benefits. Google tends to reward websites that are linked from pages covering similar topics. For example, by including your business URL in a film directory, the search engines may greater associate your site with film and video. This can lead to better placement when someone looks for your business (or business type) in a search engine.Now, onto the directories and websites…Mandy.comMandy.com is the longest running film and video production job/project site on the Internet. Started in 1995, it’s a go-to site for production companies to post jobs and projects. Additionally, Mandy has a geographically searchable directory of professional video production companies.A basic company listing on Mandy is free, although they do offer a few paid options for better placement and visibility.ProductionHubLike Mandy, ProductionHub is an online directory of worldwide video and film production companies, equipment rental houses and post-production/video editing services. A basic profile on ProductionHub is free of charge, with paid options to access more features and gain great visibility.The ProductionHub profile interface allows you to include all contact information, video samples of your work, client list and a description of the work you do. The site makes it simple to create ‘contact lists’, so you can make lists of companies for different projects/locations.LinkedIn BusinessLinkedIn isn’t just for your individual professional profile…you should also make a LinkedIn page for your company. Many business professionals use LinkedIn as a source for finding vendors and partners.Once you’ve created a LinkedIn page for your business, add your latest content and projects. Use it as a sounding box to show the world what your company has been up to (you can add videos). Have your employees add your company profile to their own pages and encourage them to engage with your content (important for building your presence on the site).Get the details on creating a LinkedIn company page here.VimeoBy uploading  your company demo reel or sample work to Vimeo you’ll kill a few birds with one stone. Try these tips for marketing your video business on Vimeo:You can embed the Vimeo video on your company’s website – ad free. The embeds come with analytics, so you’ll easily be able to see how many times your video has been loaded or played.Use Vimeo to expose your work to other creative pros. When others see your work on Vimeo they may identify you as someone they’d like to work with – or vice versa.Vimeo is easily searchable. So, it’s important to include ‘keyword’ search terms in your video descriptions such as the type of project (corporate video, commercial, film trailer, etc), as well as the location of your video business (ex. “Los Angeles, California video production”). By including these terms there’s a greater chance your work will be found by those looking to hire. Additionally, include your company website in the video description.Include your contact information in your Vimeo profile – a link to your website, your phone number and email. Additionally it’s helpful to include something like “Available for freelance & contract work” in your profile so others know you’re interested in taking on outside projects.BehanceBehance is an online platform for showcasing creative work and inspiration. Although it’s primarily used by photographers, graphic designers and art directors, it shouldn’t be overlooked by video pros. There’s a section specifically dedicated to Motion Designers.As someone who’s personally employed talent I’ve found through Behance, I can attest that it’s a valuable resource for increasing the visibility of your professional work. Add your website and social network pages to your Behance profile so others can easily contact and follow you.Variety411Variety, the weekly entertainment trade magazine, also has a web directory of film and video production companies. The majority of Variety411 is geared toward the high-end film and TV business (not a lot of corporate video here) – with a bent toward LA and NYC markets. There is a cost associated with being listed.Every major company type in the US film/video/TV business is represented, including equipment and stage rentals.50GroveYou may be familiar with Wistia, an online video hosting and analytics company, but you may not know they also have an online database of professional video companies – 50Grove. The company listings can be sorted by types of video (testimonial, product, training, etc), as well as average production cost.Keep an eye on this one – 50Grove is invite only but at this time they don’t appear to be actively adding new listings.Local Film Commissions & DirectoriesThe ‘net is full of databases of geo-targeted film and video production company lists and resources. It’d be worthwhile to do a quick web search to see if there are any local company directories for your state/city. We’ve pulled a few and included them here…Reel Directory – Northern CaliforniaNW Production Index – Pacific NorthwestUtah Film CommissionTennessee Film, Entertainment and Music CommissionGeorgia Film and TV SourcebookNew York Production Guidelast_img read more

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James Harden scores 42 points, Rockets hold off Celtics

first_imgHouston Rockets’ James Harden (13) prepares to shoot from three-point territory as Boston Celtics’ Jayson Tatum (0) defends during the second half of an NBA basketball game in Boston, Sunday, March 3, 2019. (AP Photo/Michael Dwyer)BOSTON — James Harden and the Houston Rockets are at their best when they are knocking down 3-pointers, getting points in the paint and racking up points to the foul line.They did all three against the Boston Celtics and it added up to a mostly easy outing against a team that is continuing to struggle.ADVERTISEMENT PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games PLAY LIST 02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games02:11Trump awards medals to Jon Voight, Alison Krauss Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next P2.5 B shabu seized in Makati sting, Chinese national nabbed Gianni Infantino says joint Korean Women’s World Cup bid possible SEA Games hosting troubles anger Duterte Hong Kong tunnel reopens, campus siege nears end Boston has lost five of six since returning from the All-Star break. Kyrie Irving led the Celtics with 24 points, nine rebounds and six assists. Al Horford finished with 19 points.Boston did a decent job trying to contain Harden, limiting him to 14-of-31 shooting from the field and nine free throw attempts.But the Celtics were inefficient when they had the ball, shooting 48 percent (37 of 77) for the game and 29 percent (8 of 28) from beyond the arc.The Celtics started the fourth quarter with a 17-6 run to cut what had been a 28-point deficit to 106-96 with 6:08 to play.Terry Rozier got fouled on a 3-pointer at the five-minute mark, but missed all three free throws.ADVERTISEMENT Harden had 42 points before fouling out late in the fourth quarter and Houston held on to beat Boston 115-104 on Sunday for its fifth straight victory.Harden made six 3-pointers and scored 40 or more points for the 24th time this season. Houston entered the day in fifth place in the Western Conference standings, a game behind of fourth-place Oklahoma City.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSUrgent reply from Philippine ‍football chiefSPORTSPalace wants Cayetano’s PHISGOC Foundation probed over corruption charges Celtics: At Golden State on Tuesday night. LATEST STORIES FAST STARTHouston was the more aggressive team on both ends from the outset and led 65-43 at the half. Harden (23 points) and Gordon (20 points) matched the Celtics’ output by themselves in the opening 24 minutes.The Celtics were often careless in the half court on offense. They turned it over five times in the five minutes of the game, leading to 10 Rockets’ points.Boston’s giveaways were exacerbated by its slowness getting back in transition.Other times the Celtics failed to help out teammates when they were beaten off the dribble, allowing the Rockets — and particularly Harden — to get uncontested layups. Houston scored 16 of its first 31 points in the paint.Boston hoped to get some defensive help with Aron Baynes returning to action after missing this last 11 games with a left foot contusion. But Harden repeatedly forced the Celtics to switch Baynes onto him on defense. Harden easily drove past the big man for layups on three occasions.When Boston did have the ball, they often settled for jumpers or tried to attack Houston one-on-one.With the Celtics trailing 53-36 late in the first half Marcus Morris airballed a desperation 3-pointer as the shot clock wound down, prompting a chorus of boos from the home crowd.UP NEXTRockets: At Toronto on Tuesday night.center_img Trump campaign, GOP groups attack Google’s new ad policy 1 dead, 3 injured in Quezon road crash MOST READ Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Private companies step in to help SEA Games hosting It was 109-100 when Nene’s rebound gave Houston a second opportunity after a Gordon miss. It wound up in Harden’s hands and he stepped back and swished his final 3 of the game to push the lead back up to 12.But leading 112-104 Harden fouled out when he was called for an offensive foul with 1:44 left.The Celtics came up empty on their next trip down the floor and they were forced to foul after failing to corral Austin Rivers’ miss from deep.Boston earned its first victory since the All-Star break on Friday night against Washington. But on Sunday the Celtics fell back into many of the same bad habits that had caused them to lose four straight prior to that win over the Wizards.Horford said he couldn’t point to just one thing as the main culprit of their issues right now.“We’ve had some good moments. But right now, unfortunately, we’re going through a really bad stretch,” Horford said. “This is when our group needs to make sure that we stay together.”Things don’t get any easier for Boston, which plays its next four on the road. Its trip out West begins with a matchup against Golden State and ends with games against the Lakers and Clippers.TIP-INSRockets: Harden and Gordon combined to score 74 points on 51 percent shooting. … Iman Shumpert missed his second straight game with a sore right calfCeltics: Shot 1 for 13 from 3-point line in the first half. P2.5 B shabu seized in Makati sting, Chinese national nabbed Eric Gordon added 32 points and had eight 3-pointers.“We’re finally healthy, so yeah. It feels good,” Harden said. “We winning, guys know their roles, we’re executing defensively, we’re helping each other out, we’re talking. That’s all it’s about.” View comments Lacson backs proposal to elect president and vice president in tandemlast_img read more

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Mico Working Towards Full University Status

first_img Pro-Chancellor of The Mico University College, Professor Neville Ying, says the teacher-training institution is far advanced in its plans to become a full university. “We put our value proposition to the Education Minister and then we took the initiative and actually drafted the Bill…In December (2017). We put the Bill to him along with our seven building blocks (towards university status) and he was very impressed,” he said. “So, we are organising our work through faculties and special schools, paying attention to research and publication and the offering of programmes that are consistent with what the Government is trying to promote,” Professor Ying pointed out. Story Highlights Pro-Chancellor of The Mico University College, Professor Neville Ying, says the teacher-training institution is far advanced in its plans to become a full university.He informed that two meetings have already been held with Education, Youth and Information Minister, Senator the Hon. Ruel Reid, to move the process forward.“We put our value proposition to the Education Minister and then we took the initiative and actually drafted the Bill…In December (2017). We put the Bill to him along with our seven building blocks (towards university status) and he was very impressed,” he said.Other initiatives undertaken by Mico towards full university status include attaining accreditation from the University Council of Jamaica (UCJ) for all programmes and courses offered.“So, we are organising our work through faculties and special schools, paying attention to research and publication and the offering of programmes that are consistent with what the Government is trying to promote,” Professor Ying pointed out.Professor Ying was speaking in a JIS News interview following a cheque handover ceremony at The Mico University College’s Marescaux Road address in Kingston on January 8.Kemtek Development and Construction Limited donated $6 million to the institution – $5 million towards a gate-upgrading project and $1 million for the provision of scholarships for students from the Science and Technology Faculty.Kemtek Managing Director, Sylvester Tulloch, said the Mico Foundation, of which he is Chairman, is widening the entrance and exit points to the campus in order to improve the flow of traffic, particularly during peak hours.The Culture, Health, Arts, Sports and Education (CHASE) Fund has pledged to provide $12 million for the project, which is estimated at $22 million.Meanwhile, Mr. Tulloch said that four students will benefit from scholarships from the $1 million provided.last_img read more

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Japan says it will leave IWC to resume commercial whaling

first_imgTOKYO — Japan says it is leaving the International Whaling Commission to resume commercial hunts but says it will no longer go to the Antarctic to hunt.Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga said Wednesday that Japan’s commercial whaling will be limited to its territorial and economic waters.The IWC imposed a commercial moratorium in the 1980s due to a dwindling whale population. Japan switched to what it calls research whaling and says stocks have recovered enough to resume commercial hunt. The research program was criticized as a cover for commercial hunting as the meat is sold on the market at home.Japan has said the IWC has become more like an opponent of whaling than an organization aiming for sustainability.Japan has cut back on its catch as Japanese consume less whale meat.The Associated Presslast_img read more

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No problem for Mercedes if Hamilton skydives or surfs

first_imgMelbourne: Mercedes team chief Toto Wolff on Friday said he had no problem with star driver Lewis Hamilton’s passion for extreme sports, despite the injury risk to such a lucrative asset. Hamilton’s adrenaline-fuelled off-season hobbies, including skydiving, surfing, snowboarding and riding motorbikes, have raised eyebrows in the past. But Wolff said the Briton was an adult and knew what helped him “decompress from racing”. “Of course, I’m always worried and we had a laugh last year because I couldn’t get hold of him or my chief strategist or one of the race engineers because they were racing motorbikes,” he said. Also Read – Andy Murray to make Grand Slam return at Australian Open”But Lewis is not an 18-or 19-year-old young man anymore, he is a five-time world champion and he knows exactly what works for him and what doesn’t. “All these activities in my experience are not a negative distraction but something he enjoys doing and every time he decompresses from racing, he comes back stronger.” “We mustn’t be judgemental,” he added. “Some people go on a mediation seminar in India, or skydiving, others are out for the ladies.” Hamilton, 34, said this week that his off-season was “a really precious time”. Also Read – Fast bowler Behrendorff to undergo spinal surgery”You get to spend (time) with family and friends and it’s the time you don’t get to think about racing,” he said. “Then once the season starts you’re on tour the whole year and you never really lose sight of your targets.” Red Bull chief Christian Horner agreed with Wollf that drivers shouldn’t be restricted in what they did and there were no clauses in his team’s contracts to limit dangerous activities for drivers Max Verstappen and Pierre Gasly. “With Red Bull at the end of the day, no risk no fun,” he said. “We don’t actively encourage our drivers to go and take a lot of risk, but they’ve got to live their lives and have some fun along the way.”last_img read more

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IndiGo to launch new domestic Intl services from Mumbai

first_imgMumbai: Budget carrier IndiGo Monday announced expansion of its international network from the city besides launching additional flights to domestic destinations to cater to the demand following the withdrawal of several routes by the struggling carrier Jet Airways. The three new overseas services include daily non-stop flights to Jeddah and Dammam and Abu Dhabi while the domestic services will be launched to cities such as Indore, Kochi and Patna among others, IndiGo said in a release. We are strengthening Mumbai as a key travel hub for domestic and international connectivity from India. We are adding Jeddah and Dammam effective June 5 and July 5, respectively. Mumbai is the commercial hub of India and we see great potential connecting the Middle-East with this city,” said William Boulter, chief commercial officer, IndiGo. Jeddah being the commercial capital and the gateway for Haj, Dammam being the growth centre in Saudi Arabia and Abu Dhabi being a major cultural and commercial centre in UAE, are critical markets for strengthening IndiGo’s presence in the Middle-East, he added.last_img read more

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In This Issue Greeks are given 15 more days…

first_imgIn This Issue. * Greeks are given 15 more days… * ECB and BOE meet … * China’s inflation spikes… * AUD and NZD hit 6 month highs… And, Now, Today’s Pfennig For Your Thoughts! The Greeks are given another 15 days to find more cuts… Good day. Chuck left for the Orlando Money Show yesterday, a trip I usually take with him. But I am knee deep in the computer conversion project which has been occupying a majority of my time over the past couple of years. We are extremely close to getting everything in place, and I believe we will finally meet our goal of converting to the new computer system at the end of the quarter. It will be a big relief to finally put this project behind us and move on! I’m sure the EU leaders are thinking the same thoughts regarding the Greek bailout. As Chuck wrote yesterday, the markets were feeling confident that an agreement on a second financing accord for Greece was going to be finalized yesterday. The Euro continued to rally on the news through most of the day, but the talks stumbled over the issue of pension cuts and EU/IMF officials had to give Greece 15 more days to come up with additional cuts. The delay in an agreement caused the euro to retreat from the two-month highs against the dollar, moving back into the $1.32 handle after trading as high as $1.3313. But there is still confidence an agreement will be met, as the parties have agreed on all the issues except a 300 million euro reduction in pension benefits. The ECB meets today to set monetary policy, and ECB President Mario Draghi will hold a press conference following the meeting, so we could see some additional euro volatility throughout the trading day. Draghi will definitely be questioned on the ECB’s possible role in securing a second round of funding for Greece. The ECB reluctantly entered the debt markets, purchasing bonds in order to keep rates from rising too dramatically. They have accumulated a substantial position in Greek debt, and the IMF is wanting them to agree to take a write-down on this debt in order to reduce Greek debt levels. The bonds purchased by the ECB were already at a discount, but Greece is wanting them to take an even larger discount on these holdings. The bonds bought by the ECB in its Securities Market Program are exempt from the current debt-swap deal, but Greece is needing additional debt reductions, and the IMF is pressuring the ECB to write down this debt. It will be interesting to see what Draghi decides to do, as many of his cohorts in the ECB aren’t interested in booking big losses on this debt. And if the ECB is forced to participate in the Greek debt write downs, what will that mean for the other distressed debt which the ECB has purchased? It would certainly seem to set a precedent which the ECB would have to follow in dealing with other debt purchased through their QE efforts of the past year. The data released this morning in Europe will give the ECB a bit of good news to start their meeting. Economic confidence in the euro area rose in the first quarter after posting losses in the previous two. The positive move was led by an improvement of expectations for the Euro region over the next six months according to the IFO research institute, with the indicator measuring future expectations rising from 57.4 to 70.5. This is still under its long term average, but a good move in the right direction. ECB President Draghi has said 2012 will be a ‘much better’ year and this data indicates many of the business leaders seem to agree. The Bank of England will be meeting also, and many expect BOE Governor Mervyn King to announce additional stimulus measures. Economists predict King will announce an increase of $50 billion pounds to their target for bond purchases, and some expect an even larger $75 billion pound increase. Growth in the UK has resumed (albeit very slowly) following a contraction in the last quarter of 2011. But King has indicated he would like to see stronger numbers, and doesn’t seem to be worried about any inflationary impact of pumping additional funds into the UK economy. The risk of slipping back into a second recession seems to far outweigh any future negative impacts of additional stimulus measures in the mind of the current BOE leader. With rates near zero, additional bond purchases is the preferred policy tool of the BOE, and an increase is being priced in by the markets. At least one Federal Reserve President here in the US would also like to see additional bond purchases. John Williams, the Fed Pres of San Francisco, said he thinks there is room for additional purchases of mortgage backed securities by the Fed. “There’s only so much headroom to do further Treasury securities of a medium or long term duration. But there is more room out there in the mortgage backed securities space,” Williams told reporters in California. Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke said yesterday that he sees a ‘long way to go’ before the job market returns to normal, and additional bond buying is one option which is still on the table. It makes me a bit nervous to be following in the footsteps of the BOE and BOJ in what seems like another round of QE. No data releases in the US yesterday, but today is Thursday which means we will get the weekly jobs numbers. Initial jobless claims are expected to have increased to 370k from 367k last week, and continuing claims are expected to have risen to 3.5 million. This data may seem counter to last week’s unexpected drop in the jobless rate to a three year low, but the reason for this drop in the big number is that workers are simply giving up looking for work. So while last week’s announcement of a drop in the unemployment rate to 8.3% send stocks soaring, the rate doesn’t give the true picture of the US labor market. Chairman Bernanke pointed this out in his speech to the Senate Budget Committee yesterday, saying the job market remains a ‘long way’ from returning to normal. China’s inflation unexpectedly moved higher in January according to reports released yesterday. Consumer prices rose 4.5% from a year earlier, a number which was higher than every economist’s predictions. The rise in prices was partially due to a week long holiday in January which increased the number of shopping days available for consumers to make purchases. The higher inflation rate reduces the possibility of further policy easing in the near term, but most economists are expecting inflation to cool in the coming months. The hike in consumer prices in China is yet another indication that the Chinese economy is not headed for a meltdown. This is good news for the commodity based currencies of NZD and AUD and both hit near term highs yesterday. The Kiwi traded back above 84 cents for the first time since September of last year. A report released in New Zealand showed employment grew last month, albeit at a slower rate than expected. New Zealand employment rose .1 percent in January vs. a median forecast growth of .4 percent. The Aussie dollar’s recent moon-shot stalled a bit yesterday, as the Greek negotiations stumbled. The AUD$ has been on a two month move higher, vaulting from below .97 cents at the end of November to a high of 1.0845 yesterday. The Reserve Bank’s move to keep interest rates unchanged, and their positive outlook on global growth prospects has given investors confidence in the Australian dollar. The guys who read the technical charts say the AUD$ looks overvalued at the current levels, and suggest waiting to see a pull back to $1.05 before making any additional purchases. Another story I read on Bloomberg suggests the Aussie’s recent rally will force the Reserve Bank to resume cutting interest rates as higher AUD$ prices will negatively impact Australian exports. I guess it is just additional proof that you can spin things any way you want. I still feel the commodity currencies are the place to invest. Then there was this. On my drive to work this morning I heard a newscaster describing how it was nice to see congress finally coming together to pass an important piece of legislation. I wondered, could it be real deficit reduction? Tax reform? Tort reform? No, it was the bill which would ban members of congress from profiting from using inside information in trading stocks. Shouldn’t this be illegal already? In fact it is, as members of Congress are not exempt from existing insider trading laws, but the Constitution’s protection of their ‘speech or debate’ makes it extremely hard to investigate violations. A 60 minutes report back in November showed some members of congress, including House Speaker John Boehner and Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi had bought stock in companies while legislation that might affect those businesses was being debated. I guess it is good news that they are finally doing something about the loop hole, but wouldn’t their ethics already prevent this? Oh, I forgot, I am talking about congress. To recap. The Greek leaders have been given 15 days to find additional cuts to offset pension costs. The ECB and BOE meet and both may be adding to their bond buying. The ECB has to decide if they want to take a haircut on their Greek debt. Chinese inflation pushed higher, causing a rally to the commodity currencies. And our congress is set to pass a law which really shouldn’t be necessary. Mike just pointed out a headline that the Greek parliament has come to an agreement on additional cuts which should ‘seal the deal’ on a second round of funding. This should send the euro and the ‘risk’ currencies higher today! Currencies today 2/9/12. American Style: A$ $1.0789, kiwi .8349, C$ $1.003, euro 1.3253, sterling 1.5858, Swiss $1.0952. European Style: rand 7.6405, krone 5.7654, SEK 6.6537, forint 220.81, zloty 3.1776, koruna 18.8856, RUB 29.8243, yen 77.13, sing 1.2487, HKD 7.7561, INR 49.505, China 6.2951, pesos 12.7626, BRL 1.7238, Dollar Index 78.65, Oil $99.41, 10-year 2.01%, Silver $33.77, and Gold. $1,731.77 That’s it for today, all of us here on the desk were saddened by the news that Ty Keough’s father Harry had passed. I met Harry a couple of times when Ty would bring him by the office and you could tell he was just a great guy to hang out with. The local paper ran a great story on Harry yesterday, referring to him as ‘Soccer Royalty’. I thought I would share it with the readers, as most outside of St. Louis probably don’t know the full story of Harry Keough’s accomplishments. Here is a link . With that I will get this out the door, and hope everyone has a Truly Tremendous Thursday. Thanks for reading the Pfennig! Chris Gaffney, CFA Vice President EverBank World Markets 1-800-926-4922 1-314-647-3837 www.everbank.comlast_img read more

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