The Dow Jones Industrial Average advanced modestly in today's stock market, while the S&P 500 and Nasdaq once again continued to hit new highs.
The Crusaders have continued their perfect start to the Super Rugby Aotearoa season by beating the Hurricanes 33-16 at Orangetheory Stadium.
The first independent digital banking platform in the United Arab Emirates launched on Sunday, a neobank hoping to become a leader in the Middle East, Africa and South Asia. Dubai-based YAP does not have a banking licence itself but has partnered with RAK Bank which provides international bank account numbers for YAP users and secures their funds under its own banking licence. YAP, like other neobanks which do not have physical branches, does not offer traditional banking services like loans and mortgages, but offers spending and budgeting analytics, peer-to-peer payments and remittances services and bill payments.
No one wants to win a belt this way.
Veteran Toby Greene and impressive youngster Tanner Bruhn have shone for GWS in a 28-point AFL pre-season over local rivals Sydney.The Giants kicked the first four goals of Sunday's game and surged to a 37-point lead in the second quarter, with GWS midfielder Jacob Hopper snaffling eight clearances.
Nunes, widely considered the greatest female fighter of all-time in mixed martial arts, dominated from the start.
The Crusaders have put on a ruthless display to pick up a bonus point 33-16 victory over the Hurricanes to maintain their winning start to Super Rugby Aotearoa at Christchurch Stadium.The match had been moved from Saturday in the hope coronavirus restrictions would be lifted to allow a crowd for the reigning champions' first home match of the season.
Hein Yar Zar grimaced as a tattoo artist etched onto his chest the features of his first love, a young protester whose death has become a symbol of resistance against Myanmar's junta.
Hundreds of demonstrators gathered in Thailand's capital Saturday evening, demanding the release of protest leaders jailed for calling on the country's Prime Minister to resign. Demonstrators defied a Friday ban on public gatherings in Bangkok, as they stood outside of a courthouse.Some burned photographs of Thailand's king, others held placards that said 'Abolish 112', which refers to a Thai law prohibiting anyone from insulting or defaming the king. Protester Pornsawan Pitaporn was among the crowd. "I'm here at the criminal court because I want to demand the release of my friends who got arrested because they expressed their political ideas which is basic human rights and it is legitimate."A youth-led protest movement began last year that called for reform to the powerful monarchy, and for Prime Minister and former junta leader Prayuth Chan-ocha to step down.Thai courts have denied recent requests to release some of those jailed on bail.The Royal Palace has declined to directly comment on the protests. For the first time last Sunday, police used rubber bullets, tear gas and water cannons to disperse crowds. Ten protesters and 26 police were injured.
Whether intentional or not, Melbourne halfback Jahrome Hughes says the succession planning for Cameron Smith's departure began during the 2020 NRL season.The Storm are readying for their first season in 19 years without Smith in the line-up, opening their premiership defence against South Sydney at AAMI Park on Thursday night.
The embattled government minister has extended her medical leave after facing intense scrutiny.
FD7 Ventures, a global cryptocurrency investment fund, announced today that they have invested in BitcoinBlack (12756846 Canada Inc.), acquiring 33% Class A voting common shares in the company.
Collingwood survived their sternest test of the AFLW season so far and maintained their perfect record with a tough 36-point win over the Western Bulldogs.Star duo Brianna Davey and Chloe Molloy stood up when it mattered most as the Magpies sent a strong message to their premiership rivals, breaking a finals-like contest wide open during the third quarter.
A vicious, intentional knee to the head of a downed Aljamain Sterling cost Petr Yan his bantamweight title on Saturday at Apex on the main card of UFC 259.
Another woman who worked for New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has described conduct she says was inappropriate for the workplace.Ana Liss, 35, told The Wall Street Journal in a story published on Saturday when she worked as a policy aide to the governor between 2013 and 2015, Cuomo called her "sweetheart," once kissed her hand and asked personal questions, including whether she had a boyfriend.
Craig Bellamy won't make an announcement on his coaching future before Melbourne's NRL season-opener on Thursday night, saying some personal issues have delayed a decision.The veteran coach had planned to settle his future before round one against South Sydney at AAMI Park, with Brisbane and Cronulla both publicly declaring their interest in him as a coaching director.
China's export growth jumped to the highest in over two decades, official data showed Sunday, with imports also surging in a sharp bounceback from the coronavirus outbreak that had brought activity to a near halt.
Thousands of panels glinting in the sun stretch into the sea off Singapore, part of the land-scarce city-state's push to build floating solar farms to cut greenhouse gas emissions.
Myanmar anti-coup demonstrators have vowed big turnouts Sunday as the junta regime intensifies its crackdown, following overnight raids in parts of Yangon which targeted officials from Aung San Suu Kyi's political party.
The Switzers are going through a terrifying situation right now.
It may have taken a cracked rib, but Bruno Giraud is now joining a growing number of French riders trying to challenge the business model of meal delivery platforms.