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23 февраля, 19:01

China seeks stable property development

China is seeking to maintain stability in the property market this year after the roller-coaster ride of 2016, with measures to prevent surges in metropolises and the growing inventories in small cities. “Despite

23 февраля, 17:50

Peugeot lifts profitability goal on record year

PSA Group's proposed acquisition of Opel would swiftly create savings and value from the General Motors European division's turnaround and complementary brands. That's the view of the French carmaker's Chief Executive Carlos Tavares who spoke after PSA announced its first dividend in six years and raised its medium-term profitability goal after full-year profit almost doubled. Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterssubscribe More updates and breaking news: http://smarturl.it/BreakingNews Reuters tells the world's stories like no one else. As the largest international multimedia news provider, Reuters provides coverage around the globe and across topics including business, financial, national, and international news. For over 160 years, Reuters has maintained its reputation for speed, accuracy, and impact while providing exclusives, incisive commentary and forward-looking analysis. http://reuters.com/ https://www.facebook.com/Reuters https://plus.google.com/u/0/s/reuters https://twitter.com/Reuters

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23 февраля, 17:40

Oil To $70? Or Down To $30?

Submitted by Nick Cunningham via OilPrice.com, Will oil prices rise to $70 per barrel this year or fall to $30? Depends on who you ask. Oil price forecasts are always all over the map, but the exceptional disparity between some projections for 2017 is pretty stunning. On the one hand, you have Citibank, which sees oil shooting up to $70 this year as supply continues to tighten even as demand rises. Citi acknowledges the headwinds in the near-term. "Oil prices are not likely to stray far from their current $53-58 per barrel range in the near term as record investor net length and bearish inventory data will likely cap prices until more tangible evidence of a tighter market emerges," Citi analysts wrote in a recent research note. However, they see oil prices posting much stronger gains in the second half of the year. But the bearish threats to oil prices on the downside seem to be a lot more visible right now than the bullish ones. Aside from rising shale production, a dagger looms over oil prices in the very near-term. Hedge funds and money managers have pushed bullish bets to a new record high, equivalent to over 1 billion barrels of oil. The massive one-sided bet leaves the oil market dangerously exposed. When the herd suddenly realizes that they are all making the same bet, there could be a stampede back in the other direction. The buildup in bullish bets is all the more remarkable because it occurred at a time when oil prices were stagnant, stuck in the mid- to low-$50s per barrel.  "The world is awash with oil at the moment and there continues to be endless supply so therefore I don't see a real reason for prices to rise above $60 or $70…so I'm really seeing probably the risks of the prices falling below $50 for a considerable period of time and probably even touching the levels of $40 to $45 this year," Eugen Weinberg, Head of Commodity Research at Commerzbank, told CNBC's Street Signs on February 21. Some oil watchers are even more pessimistic. Unless OPEC extends its production cut for another six months or so, crude prices could plummet to $30 per barrel, according to ABN Amro Bank NV. The OPEC deal has succeeded in already taking roughly 1 million barrels per day off of the market, but the supply/demand balance is not as tight as OPEC members had hoped it would be at this point. Prices have firmed up, but oil and refined product inventories are still rising in the U.S., with crude stocks at record highs and gasoline inventories also at their highest level in decades. The OPEC deal is helping, but new output from the U.S., Brazil, Canada, and even OPEC members like Libya and Nigeria are offsetting some of those reductions. If OPEC were to abandon its deal in June, and begin producing back at the levels seen in 2016, the market could crash. “If they don’t continue with this trend, then the oil price could drop back to where it was two years ago,” Hans van Cleef, ABN Amro’s senior energy economist, told Bloomberg’s Oil Buyer’s Guide in an interview. “Oil prices could easily go back to the low $30s.” Prices are in exceptional danger because the gains stemming from the OPEC deal are already priced into the market. A further tightening of supply is baked into today’s price, so even if OPEC maintains a high compliance rate over the next few months, the oil market might not see any more large price increases. “[W]e don’t see any upside from OPEC anymore,” van Cleef told Bloomberg. The downside risk, on the other hand, is very real. Which brings us back to the extraordinary buildup in bullish bets on oil futures. Hedge funds and money managers are near unanimous in their belief that oil prices have more room to grow. But since there is little sign that more supply will be taken off the market beyond what OPEC is cutting, then the adjustment may continue at a painfully slow pace. At some point, investors might grow wary of this protracted process and abandon their bullish bets. If crude and gasoline inventories continue to rise, that could force bulls out of the market. The WSJ cited an estimate from JP Morgan analyst David Martin, oil prices could suffer a swift decline of $5 to $10 per barrel if the U.S. sees another few weeks of strong inventory gains, a sharp loss that would occur as investors unwind their bullish bets.

23 февраля, 15:46

Frontrunning: February 23

Trump to Brainstorm on Job Policies With Corporate CEOs (BBG) Border-Adjustment Tax Divides Energy Sector (WSJ) French Bonds Rally After Macron Boosts Presidential Campaign (BBG) Boeing Fighter Jet, Feared Dead, Gets New Life From Trump Tweets (BBG) Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin Sees Tax Overhaul by August (WSJ) Why Mexico Is Trump’s First Line of Defense on Immigration (BBG) China military says aware of U.S. carrier in South China Sea (Reuters) Carlos Ghosn Steps Back From Nissan CEO Role (WSJ) Trump Wants a Pro-Business SEC. That Has Some Investors Worried (BBG) Barclays Shares Climb on Capital Boost, Overhaul Progress (BBG) Glencore Returns to Profit on Commodities Boom (WSJ) Iraqi forces storm Mosul airport, military base (Reuters) U.K. Net Migration Hits 2-Year Low in Brexit Boost for May (BBG) Riot police confront banned anti-police protest in Paris (Reuters) Inside Ivanka Trump’s Campaign for a $500 Billion Child-Care Plan (BBG) Landlords Are Taking Over the U.S. Housing Market (BBG) How Hit Team Came Together to Kill Kim Jong Nam (WSJ) Malaysia requests Interpol alert on four North Koreans over airport murder (Reuters) Retail's Creditors Left Grasping as Brands Are Put Out of Reach (BBG) ValueAct's Ubben 'disinvesting' because of high valuations (Reuters) U.S. Energy Regulator Still Advancing Obama-Era Climate Guidance (BBG) Florida man accused of Clinton Foundation hack to plead guilty (Reuters) Why the Market Rally May Not Need Help From Trump (BBG) Tech breakthroughs take a backseat in upcoming Apple iPhone launch (Reuters) Social Media Is Driving Americans Insane (BBG) Tesla says Model 3 on track for volume production by September (Reuters)   Overnight Media Digest WSJ - The Trump administration formally withdrew Obama administration guidance enabling transgender individuals to use sex-segregated facilities, including bathrooms, of their choice. http://on.wsj.com/2mahEEV - Two cabinet members arrived for talks here Wednesday to find a defiant Mexican government refusing to accept President Donald Trump's tougher immigration and deportation policies. http://on.wsj.com/2mabRz3 - A small group of protesters opposed to the Dakota Access Pipeline were arrested as law-enforcement authorities began the evacuation of the main protest campsite so that cleanup efforts could continue. http://on.wsj.com/2maizFq - Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin laid out ambitious goals to secure a tax-code overhaul by August and to deliver economic growth at rates not seen in more than a decade in his first interview in his new job. http://on.wsj.com/2ma5uMa - Carlos Ghosn is leaving his chief executive role at Nissan Motor Co., a company he rescued from near-collapse and led for nearly two decades, to take a broader oversight role of the alliance that links Nissan with Renault SA and Mitsubishi Motors Corp http://on.wsj.com/2mahOfv - New developments are bolstering suspicions that the killing last week of Kim Jong Nam, half-brother of North Korea's mercurial dictator, was a well-orchestrated plot directed from Pyongyang. http://on.wsj.com/2makoC8 - Apple will open its new California campus in April. One of co-founder Steve Jobs's final projects, the cost of Apple Park is expected to be in the range of $3 billion to $5 billion. http://on.wsj.com/2maeFwi - An Arizona lab run by Theranos put patients at risk and failed to quickly fix its deficiencies, the main U.S. lab regulator found, triggering a new round of sanctions against the blood-testing startup. http://on.wsj.com/2ma6Kif   FT AO World founder John Roberts steps down as CEO http://on.ft.com/2me5LdV Unilever to review business following Kraft Heinz bid http://on.ft.com/2me2hb1 Ireland's Enda Kenny defers detailing future plans until after White House visit http://on.ft.com/2me7OyC MPs criticise government over Heathrow air quality http://on.ft.com/2mechkP Overview AO World Plc's founder and largest shareholder John Roberts has stepped down as chief executive of the British online electricals retailer but remain on the board in a new executive role, the company said on Wednesday. Unilever Plc sought to show shareholders it can go it alone on Wednesday just days after rejecting Kraft Heinz Co's $143 billion bid, with the promise of a swift, far-reaching review. Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny told unsettled members of his ruling Fine Gael party that he would conclusively deal with the issue of his leadership after meeting the U.S. president next month, the party's chairman said on Wednesday. UK ministers have not done enough to prove that Heathrow airport's planned expansion will not breach air quality standards or exceed caps on greenhouse gas emissions, according to a report by MPs on the environmental audit committee, published on Thursday   NYT - Valeant Pharmaceuticals has been trading near record low, at around $16 per share, and at levels not seen in seven years. This spells big financial trouble for one of its largest shareholders, Pershing Square Capital , the hedge fund company managed by the billionaire William Ackman, whose efforts to salvage Valeant and his reputation as a savvy investor are looking increasingly desperate. Valeant's collapse has put a serious dent in the publicly traded Pershing Square Holdings' 2016 performance, which was down 13.5 percent, net of fees. http://nyti.ms/2lsnO1s - SolarCity, the nation's leading installer of rooftop solar panels and a renewable energy darling, lets customers sign up to lease a system, where they will make payments to the company every month for at least 20 years. In dozens of cases over the last three years, SolarCity has reached long-term lease agreements with homeowners shortly before or even after they defaulted on mortgages. In at least 14 cases, the homeowners were already in default, or had other liens on the property, by the time SolarCity filed paperwork about the panels with the government. These cases raise questions about how well the company vets customers. http://nyti.ms/2lsrm3I - Carlos Ghosn is stepping down as the chief executive of Nissan Motor Co, more than 15 years after he took control of the Japanese automaker and helped save it from collapse. Nissan said on Ghosn would remain chairman of Nissan's board. He will continue to lead the global automobile alliance created during his tenure at Nissan, which also includes Renault of France and Mitsubishi Motors of Japan. http://nyti.ms/2lsycGF - According to minutes published of the U.S. Federal Reserve's most recent meeting, on Jan. 31 and Feb. 1, "many participants" wanted to increase the benchmark rate "fairly soon" if the economy continued to grow. The minutes stopped short of suggesting a rate increase was likely at the Fed's next meeting, in mid-March. They said that a core group of Fed officials remained cautious about the economic outlook, seeing balanced risks of faster and slower economic growth. http://nyti.ms/2lsqWun   Canada ** Startup accelerator Expa Labs, which grew out of a company started by Uber co-founder Garrett Camp, launched last year in New York and San Francisco. Earlier this month, it begun recruiting the first group of companies for its Canadian program, which will begin in June. (https://tgam.ca/2l7Sr9U) ** TransCanada said after weeks of discussions with producers, it has rejigged its Canadian Mainline system proposal and has launched a new open season – or a period to determine market interest. But it's still uncertain whether the offer moves the needle enough to break the impasse. (https://tgam.ca/2l2I2eJ) NATIONAL POST ** Analysts at Moody's Investor Service said that global LNG markets are likely to remain oversupplied well into the next decade as Asian demand for the gas weakens and new supplies begin entering the market. (http://bit.ly/2mfmMnU) ** After hosting a lunch with Hunter Harrison and activist investor Paul Hilal, Wolfe Research says there's a 90 percent chance that Harrison will be installed as chief executive of CSX Corp within five months. (http://bit.ly/2lyoGjJ) ** The Bank of Nova Scotia's online platform, Tangerine, has a new chief executive at the helm. The company announced on Wednesday that Peter Aceto, who has been its CEO since 2008, will be succeeded by longtime executive Brenda Rideout, effective on March 1. (http://bit.ly/2lyydaj)   Britain The Times Unilever Plc has begun a strategic review of its business five days after it rejected a 115 billion pound ($143.09 billion) takeover approach from Kraft Heinz Co. http://bit.ly/2mdTnup Sir Jon Cunliffe, deputy governor of the Bank of England, warned Brussels yesterday that any attempt to seize euro clearing from the City would unravel global capital markets and drive up the cost of finance. http://bit.ly/2me12Zo The Guardian Whirlpool Corp, the maker of Hotpoint and Indesit tumble dryers, has changed its advice to the owners of millions of potentially dangerous machines, telling customers to unplug the appliances and stop using them until they are repaired. http://bit.ly/2me027X The business secretary, Greg Clark, has pledged to outline how the government should respond to foreign takeovers of crucial UK firms in the wake of Kraft Heinz Co's failed 115 billion pound ($143.09 billion) bid for Unilever Plc. The Telegraph The chief executive of Lloyds Banking Group Plc insisted he is committed to the lender as the company posted its biggest profits since the financial crisis, marking the culmination of his dramatic turnaround of the business. http://bit.ly/2me0umF Theresa May has spoken with the motor industry boss expected to acquire Vauxhall about the government's continued commitment to supporting the car industry in UK. http://bit.ly/2me0QJN Sky News A group of financial institutions has lodged a surprise takeover bid for Fox's‎ Biscuits, even as the industry faces pressure from rising commodity prices and growing consumer preference for healthier snacks. http://bit.ly/2me4d3s Volkswagen AG's top executives from Germany may be summoned to give evidence to British politicians under a plan being discussed by MPs. http://bit.ly/2me9GHB The Independent The study from consultancy firm KPMG found that China and India - two countries Prime Minister Theresa May is desperate to secure greater trade with - are set to be the main beneficiaries from the potential exodus  

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23 февраля, 12:07

PSA boss says Opel deal would find 'speedy' savings

PARIS (Reuters) - PSA Group's proposed acquisition of Opel would swiftly create savings and value from the General Motors European division's turnaround and complementary brands, the French carmaker's Chief Executive Carlos Tavares said on Thursday.

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23 февраля, 03:40

Trump Delays New Travel Ban To Next Week, No Reason Given Why

A White House official sai on Wednesday that Donald Trump is pushing back the release of his revised executive order on travel and refugees until next week. Trump had said that a revamped executive order, tailored to address legal issues that blocked his original travel ban, would be released this week.  No explanation was given for the delay, and it remains unclear how the White House will tweak the travel ban to prevent future legal challenges. “Fundamentally you’re going to have the same basic policy outcome for the country,” White House policy adviser Stephen Miller said on Fox News on Tuesday night. He said the new order will largely resemble the old one, but that the changes will be “mostly minor technical differences.” During a speech at the White House last Thursday Trump said that "new order is going to be very much tailored to what I consider a very, very bad decision. We can tailor the order to the decision to get just as much.” White House officials have been scrambling to draft a new executive order, after initially threatening to take the 9th Circuit court of appeals to the Supreme Court, while stressing they are taking steps to ensure a smoother rollout than the last one.  The initial ban temporarily blocked travelers from seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the U.S. and suspended refugee resettlement for at least four months. It indefinitely blocked Syrian refugees from entering the country.  After chaos ensued when the original ban was handed down on Jan. 27, resulting in hundreds of travelers being stranded at airports around the country amid confusion about whether the policy applied to people in transit and legal permanent residents, various legal challenges were filed against the order. The Department of Homeland Security days later clarified the order did not apply to permanent residents.  But that did not stop a federal judge in Washington from issuing a nationwide restraining order halting the ban, which was later upheld by a three-judge panel of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.  The White House has signaled it intends to continue the legal fight even though Justice Department lawyers said in a court filing the administration planned to rescind the initial order. In a separate action, the administration on Tuesday outlined a sweeping crackdown on undocumented immigrants that officials said would result in the swift deportation of many more people without court hearings and target migrants charged with crimes or thought to be dangerous, not just convicts.

23 февраля, 01:49

Met Director Fears Elimination Of NEA Marks 'New Assault' On Art

In an impassioned (but not quite scorched-earth) op-ed for The New York Times, Metropolitan Museum of Art director Thomas P. Campbell issued a swift and effective defense of public art in the United States.  “Arts and cultural programming challenges, provokes and entertains; it enhances our lives,” he wrote. “Eliminating the NEA would in essence eliminate investment by the American government in the curiosity and intelligence of its citizens.” His defense ― a paean to the National Endowment of the Arts, in particular ― comes after rumors-turned-reports alleged that President Donald Trump’s administration plans to slash arts funding in an attempt to cut down on domestic spending. “Eliminating arts funding programs will save Donald Trump just 0.0625% of budget,” outlets have claimed. Nonetheless, it appears as though his office is ready to eliminate nine programs, including the NEA. Campbell anticipates that regions around the country, not just those within walking distance of the Met, will feel the loss of such an institution. NEA grants are awarded to schools, jazz festivals, dance troupes, literary organizations, museum exhibitions, “arts programs for war veterans,” and so much more across every U.S. congressional district, Campbell claims. In fact, you can get an idea of the NEA’s scope of influence here, courtesy of a website created by artist Tega Brain. Grants are small ― they average $26,000, Campbell says, and require groups to secure matching funds ― but they can be powerful. As the planet becomes at once smaller and more complex, the public needs a vital arts scene, one that will inspire us to understand who we are and how we got here. “Thousands are distributed in all 50 states, reaching every congressional district, urban and rural, rich and poor,” Campbell added, countering the Heritage Foundation’s characterization of the NEA as “welfare for cultural elitists.” “These grants sustain the arts in areas where people don’t have access to major institutions like the Met.” Contained within Campbell’s poetic defense is also an admission of concern: “I fear that this current call to abolish the NEA is the beginning of a new assault on artistic activity,” he proclaimed, harkening back to the last time publicly-funded art was under threat. In the 1990s, a congressional “decency test” turned lawmakers into wayward art critics capable of vetoing grants to expecting artists who didn’t meet Congress’ moral standards. Think artists like the NEA Four. Or, in the late 1980s, Robert Mapplethorpe, Dread Scott and Andres Serrano. Campbell continued: Eliminating the NEA would in essence eliminate investment by the American government in the curiosity and intelligence of its citizens. As the planet becomes at once smaller and more complex, the public needs a vital arts scene, one that will inspire us to understand who we are and how we got here — and one that will help us to see other countries, like China, not as enemies in a mercenary trade war but as partners in a complicated world. Campbell is hardly the only person to bridle at the prospect of decreased national arts funding. Authors, actors and artists, in particular, have been vocal about the need to protect the NEA and similar institutions. PEN America launched a petition to support the NEA; a White House petition with similar aims erupted. #DefendingNationalEndowmentForArts Unfortunately the only art our demagogue minority-pres. would champion is an Art who'd voted for him.— Joyce Carol Oates (@JoyceCarolOates) February 22, 2017 Why would he like the NEA? The only art he likes is a painting of himself he buys with money he embezzled from his charitable foundation. https://t.co/53MbGPWmER— Judd Apatow (@JuddApatow) February 22, 2017 I paraphrase but, 'One can judge a civilization by the value it places on its Art.' Do not defund the #NEA.— Lou Diamond Phillips (@LouDPhillips) February 22, 2017 As writer Celeste Pewter noted in a comprehensive Twitter thread, any proposed cuts to the NEA or similar programs would depend on Congressional budgets and appropriation. Similarly, in a thorough examination for The Huffington Post, reporter Claire Fallon outlined six things NEA supporters can do to protect national arts funding before an official decision to defund is made. In the meantime, it will be important for figures like Campbell to continue to step forward and effectively communicate the impact and reach of the NEA. To tell the stories that accurately reflect how arts funding touches not only the coasts, but heartland organizations. To eloquently explain the ways in which art can transform opinions and illuminate the other.  In the face of a president who seems willing to cut budgetary corners he might not fully understand, it’s worth remembering the words of a former president, Barack Obama, who said, “Equal to the impact [artists] have on each of us every day as individuals is the impact [they] have on us as a society. And we are told we’re divided as a people, and then suddenly the arts have this power to bring us together and speak to our common condition.” -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

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23 февраля, 00:54

The Discounts Are Over: U.S. Shale Is About To Get More Expensive

The U.S. oil rig count has surged for the better part of three quarters, rising by 281 rigs since bottoming out in May 2016, an increase of nearly 90 percent. The rebound in drilling activity promises a swift return of the U.S. shale industry, with output coming back even though oil prices are trading 50 percent lower than they were a few years ago. The return of U.S. shale at lower oil prices is possible because drillers have successfully lowered their breakeven price during the downturn. Improved drilling techniques such as longer laterals, more…

22 февраля, 21:30

Bill Maher Helped Normalize Milo Yiannopoulos. Now, He’s Taking Credit For His Fall.

Less than a week after treating alt-right troll Milo Yiannopoulos to a disturbingly jovial interview, Bill Maher is taking credit for the former Brietbart editor’s swift downfall.  Following the emergence of a video that appears to show Yiannopoulos advocating for pedophilia, the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) rescinded his speaking invitation, Simon & Schuster cancelled his book deal and, to top it all off, he was forced to resign from his senior editor position at Breitbart. And in the mind of Bill Maher, he made it all happen. Speaking to The New York Times by phone Tuesday night, Maher made the claim that his decision to book Yiannopoulos on “Real Time” served as the catalyst for the events of the past 48 hours ― events many believed were already long overdue. “What I think people saw was an emotionally needy Ann Coulter wannabe, trying to make a buck off of the left’s propensity for outrage,” Maher told the NYT. “And by the end of the weekend, by dinnertime Monday, he’s dropped as a speaker at CPAC. Then he’s dropped by Breitbart, and his book deal falls through. As I say, sunlight is the best disinfectant. You’re welcome.” Unfortunately, Maher’s comments to The Times betray the fact that the hair-raising interview was both friendly and uncritical of Yiannopoulos’ long history of bigoted and incendiary language. Not only did Maher’s segment help normalize Yiannopoulos to viewers who might never have heard of him, but it gave the former Brietbart editor a national platform on which to claim that transgender people suffer from a “psychiatric disorder.” Yiannopoulos also stated that he “makes no apologies for protecting women and children from men who are confused about their sexual identity” when it comes to the issue of transgender bathroom access. In short, Maher provided a far-right troll who has a long history of vehemently racist, xenophobic and misogynistic ideologies a platform to spew transphobia completely unchecked. What seems to be missing from Maher’s analysis of the fallout is the widespread damage done by Yiannopoulos’ interview on his program ― especially when it comes to public perceptions of trans people. All across the country, transgender people are fighting for the basic human right of existing in public space ― of being able to use public bathrooms that correspond with their gender identity. Over the course of the last year, bills requiring trans people to use bathrooms designated for the gender they were assigned at birth entered legislative houses all across the country. Some, like North Carolina’s House Bill 2, passed and continue to do significant damage.  Now, on March 28, SCOTUS is set to hear the case of 17-year-old Gavin Grimm who is fighting for the right to use the boy’s restroom at his Virginia public school. The ruling of this case will have profound implications for the transgender community on a national level. And today, the White House confirmed that they intend to roll back federal protections for transgender students to the state level. “Real Time” reaches an incredibly mainstream audience ― many of which probably have never met a transgender person before and have now heard a gay man spewing transphobic, fake ideas that were then validated by Maher himself. So no, Bill Maher, we don’t have very much to thank you for. James Michael Nichols is a queer writer and cultural critic whose work focuses heavily on the intersections of identity, art and politics. Follow him on Facebook and Twitter. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

22 февраля, 21:29

The Jewish Community Center Bomb Threats Affect You, Too

function onPlayerReadyVidible(e){'undefined'!=typeof HPTrack&&HPTrack.Vid.Vidible_track(e)}!function(e,i){if(e.vdb_Player){if('object'==typeof commercial_video){var a='',o='m.fwsitesection='+commercial_video.site_and_category;if(a+=o,commercial_video['package']){var c='&m.fwkeyvalues=sponsorship%3D'+commercial_video['package'];a+=c}e.setAttribute('vdb_params',a)}i(e.vdb_Player)}else{var t=arguments.callee;setTimeout(function(){t(e,i)},0)}}(document.getElementById('vidible_1'),onPlayerReadyVidible); The American Jewish community is receiving bomb threats with a frequency that modern leaders have never seen ― and those threats are a threat against everyone.  The silence from the White House has been deafening. It took President Donald Trump weeks to acknowledge that Jewish community centers across the country have been hit with wave after wave of bomb threats. His address was deemed too little, too late by advocacy groups, and his administration has yet to address nationwide anti-Muslim sentiments with zeal. Even though the White House has finally recognized the string of bomb threats, Jewish communities are not getting the attention they need, just as hate groups become more emboldened. Threats have been made against 53 Jewish community centers in 26 states and one Canadian province since Jan. 9, according to the Jewish Community Center Association of North America.  This is not just a message to destabilize Jewish institutions, it’s also a siren call to fellow travelers to do something worse. Brian Levin, director of the Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism at California State University, San Bernardino They affect everyone, because each Jewish community center is a vital part of its community. What Is A Jewish Community Center? Like your local YMCA, JCCs act as a cornerstone of the neighborhood, offering arts and music programs, preschool, fitness courses, camps and religious services. They’re open to everyone in the community. JCCs are everywhere, and they’re being threatened.  “In some communities the JCC is the community center for that locality,” David Posner, the JCCA’s security counselor, told The Huffington Post. “It’s important for everyone to be concerned about these bomb threats. [The suspects] are doing this because JCCs are informed by Jewish value ― but they have meaning to the entire community.” Each time a JCC is threatened, whether it’s a hoax or not, countless days are interrupted ― children’s day camps are halted as police sweep buildings and worried parents leave the office to pick up their kids. Your tax dollars are spent on making the centers safe again. Communities are suffering, and though the FBI told HuffPost on Tuesday that it’s still investigating four spates of bomb threats, there is no sign that the suspect or suspects will stop calling. The Threats Have Broad Implications The JCCA and many local authorities have labeled the threatening calls ― many of which were confirmed to be similar to this one ― a hoax. Yet as the calls gain traction in the media, they’ve become less of an immediate threat and more of a callout to other bigots.  “The person doing this might just feel in their comfort level in making phone calls, where they can disguise the language and make threats ― but propaganda of the deed is a big part of the anti-Semitic neo-Nazi community,” said Brian Levin, director of the Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism at California State University, San Bernardino. “This is not just a message to destabilize Jewish institutions, it’s also a siren call to fellow travelers to do something worse. That’s why we need a big response back.” There is no doubt among experts and Jewish community leaders that the calls mark a sharp increase in hateful sentiments over the past few months. Leading human rights organizations are calling on Attorney General Jeff Sessions to create a special task force to look into the threats. More than 150 members of Congress signed onto a letter Wednesday urging the Departments of Homeland Security and Justice to take swift action addressing the bomb threats. The lawmakers also requested that the federal agencies advise Congress on what steps are being taken.  If the hateful acts aren’t properly handled ― by authorities and the White House ― we could be seeing the tip of the iceberg. “What we do know is hate crimes often occur serially with escalating severity, particularly in a discrete geographic community or if there’s a community that is targeted and there appears to be no pushback from the moral leaders of society,” Levin told HuffPost. “The question is, how sustained will this trend be?” he said. “Is there going to be an erosion effect that has much more long-term consequences than perhaps a spate of bomb threats, which may be done by a bigot or a sociopath or a copycat?” To combat the problem, leaders want to see more from Trump’s administration than acknowledgement ― they want a wider investigation, hate crime laws in all 50 states, and more involvement from the Justice Department, says Anti-Defamation League CEO Jonathan Greenblatt. “[Trump] needs to go from saying it’s an issue to taking steps to solving the problem,” he said during an MSNBC appearance on Tuesday. “We saw over the political campaign, some of these white supremacist ideas finding their way into the mainstream … and then after the election we’ve seen a surge of hate crimes. We have lacked the statements on the record from the White House until now, to shoot this down. The extremists love a vacuum.” Less than 24 hours after Greenblatt’s appearance on national news, the ADL’s headquarters in New York also received a bomb threat. This post has been updated with information about a letter from members of Congress.  -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

22 февраля, 20:54

Spicer denies Cabinet feud over transgender student protections

The Trump administration's plan to dismantle the protections sparked a major disagreement between Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Education Secretary Betsy DeVos.

22 февраля, 19:00

St-Étienne v Manchester United: Europa League second leg – live!

Eric Bailly sent off Mkhitaryan and Carrick subbed off with suspected strains 6.53pm GMT United stroll through a dreary match and into the next round but their victory may have come at a cost: Bailly’s red card means he will miss the first leg of the next round, while Mkhitaryan and Carrick left the field with suspected injuries. 6.50pm GMT 90 min: Mourinho and Galtier have shaken hands and had a cuddle on the sideline. Somewhere, Roy Keane may be spitting at a TV screen... Continue reading...

22 февраля, 18:41

Brussels warns Italy to cut public debt by April

European Commission also says Germany’s current account surplus ‘not healthy’

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22 февраля, 10:00

A tale of four skulls: what human bones reveal about cities

Has the great urbanisation of our species over the last 5,000 years been good for humanity or bad? It’s a story that can be told by examining ancient skeletons – which reveal incredible dangers, but also point to a bright futureThe UN human settlements programme predicts that homo sapiens will soon be a majority urban species: 60% of humans will live in cities by 2030. More than 10 millennia of adaptations have gone into changing our lives from free-range to metropolitan. Yet in evolutionary terms this is a blindingly swift change of habitat, and to understand what it means for our future we must turn to the long view of archaeology. The accumulation of humans in dense habitations – cities – has had enormous and frequently fatal consequences. Problems of access to resources, disease transmission and pollution follow rapidly on the heels of our great urban experiment. And it is precisely these problems, originating many thousand of years ago, that we must come to terms with if we are going to survive as a species. Continue reading...

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22 февраля, 09:08

[Перевод] CSS для Swift: использование стилей для любых подклассов UIView

Оригинальное название статьи: Composable, type-safe UIView styling with Swift functions Прежде, чем вы познакомитесь с материалом, мне хочется добавить кое-что про абстрагирование стилей от себя. Этот метод может облегчить вашу жизнь при работе на крупных проектах и особенно — в активно меняющемся продукте. Мы в полной силе ощутили это на таком проекте, как ИЛЬ ДЕ БОТЭ, где требования к визуальной составляющей приложения были значительными. По мере развития в проект вносились существенные UI-изменения, и благодаря выделению стилей нам удалось отделаться малой кровью. В своем подходе мы использовали расширения для стандартных классов (UITextField, UILabel, UITextView, UIFont, UIColor). Нам кажется, что автору статьи удалось поднять данный подход на пару ступеней выше — настолько, что мы, потирая ладошки, бросились использовать его в нашем новом проекте. Надеемся, наш перевод поможет вам оптимизировать время на разработку и сделать проекты лучше. Читать дальше →

22 февраля, 02:33

Без заголовка

**Must-Read: Jim Tankersley**: _[Obama solved one economic crisis. It's the second that haunts him][]_: "If you worked a factory shift in Michigan in January 2009... [Obama solved one economic crisis. It's the second that haunts him]: http://www.vox.com/2017/1/11/14233248/obama-solved-economic-crisis-middle-class-haunts-him >...you were wrestling with two manners of economic crisis. One was the immediate...

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21 февраля, 22:48

Milo Yiannopoulos Resigns From Breitbart News

After earlier in the day, Breitbart Editor-in-Chief Alex Marlow said we can expect to learn later today whether the site will retain alt-right provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos after video surfaced of the writer justifying sex between adult men and minors, many expected that a resignation was inevitable.  On Breitbart's radio show this morning, Marlow and Breitbart Washington editor Matt Boyle both described Yiannopoulos' comments as "not defensible." Fast forward a few hours when moments ago Milo's sudden fall from grace was complete, with his announcement that he is resigning from Breitbart News. His press release is below: Milo Yiannopoulos Resigns From Breitbart News Network   New York, NY — February 21, 2017 — Today, Milo Yiannopoulos, Senior Editor at Breitbart News, announced his resignation from the company.   "Breitbart News has stood by me when others caved. They have allowed me to carry conservative and libertarian ideas to communities that would otherwise never have heard them. They have been a significant factor in my success. I'm grateful for that freedom and for the friendships I forged there.   I would be wrong to allow my poor choice of words to detract from my colleagues' important reporting, so today I am resigning from Breitbart, effective immediately. This decision is mine alone.   When your friends have done right by you, you do right by them. For me, now, that means stepping aside so my colleagues at Breitbart can get back to the great work they do." Yiannopoulos will hold a snap press conference in New York City at 3 p.m. on Tuesday. As a reminder, video posted on Youtube in January 2016 reemerged over the weekend showing Yiannopoulos saying a relationship between an adult man and teenage boy can be beneficial. He also discussed his own sexual abuse as a teenager. The fallout from the video reverberated throughout the political world and social media over the holiday weekend and earned swift condemnation from both sides of aisle. (CPAC) on Monday rescinded his invitation to speak at the annual conservative conference. American Conservative Union chairman Matt Schlapp called his comments “disturbing.” Also Monday, Simon & Schuster cancelled a deal to publish Yiannopoulos’s upcoming book, “Dangerous.” Yiannopoulos addressed the controversy in two Facebook posts on Monday. He denounced claims that he was advocating for pedophilia, while also expressing some regret for his past remarks. He also argued that the videos were “edited deceptively.” “I’m partly to blame. My own experiences as a victim led me to believe I could say anything I wanted to on this subject, no matter how outrageous,” he said.  "But I understand that my usual blend of British sarcasm, provocation and gallows humor might have come across as flippancy, a lack of care for other victims or, worse, 'advocacy.' I deeply regret that.” Yiannopoulos also said he has “repeatedly expressed disgust” about pedophilia through his previous writing and noted that he has “outed” three child abusers. "I am a gay man, and a child abuse victim,” he wrote on Facebook. "I would like to restate my utter disgust at adults who sexually abuse minors. I am horrified by pedophilia and I have devoted large portions of my career as a journalist to exposing child abusers.” Ahead of Yiannopoulos’s resignation, Breitbart editor-in-chief Alex Marlow criticized the senior editor, calling his comments “not defensible.” Breitbart employees reportedly threatened an exodus of “at least a half dozen” employees if the publication didn’t fire Yiannopoulos. As The Hill notes, Yiannopoulos has become a magnet for controversy in recent days. Earlier this month, he had a scheduled speech at the University of California, Berkeley which drew national attention after protests erupted opposing his appearance and later turned violent.

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21 февраля, 14:00

The Question: have full-backs completed their conversion to full-blown attackers? | Jonathan Wilson

Antonio Conte has been praised for his bold use of Victor Moses and Marcos Alonso but history suggests it is part of a wider trend dating back to the 1960sBarring an extraordinary collapse, this season’s Premier League title will have been decided at half-time at the Emirates Stadium on 24 September when Antonio Conte moved from a back four to a back three. The game was already lost but Chelsea, adapting remarkably swiftly to the new shape, then embarked on their record 13-match winning run.It was a change that, rightly, has earned Conte great praise for his decisiveness and his capacity, albeit unhindered by the demands of European football, to instil a new formation. But its radicalness has passed largely unremarked. Continue reading...

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21 февраля, 10:15

The US travel ban would be bad news for American universities | Mary O’Hara

No wonder leading US higher education institutions opposed the president’s executive order – the benefits offered by international students are clearWhen Donald Trump issued his shambolic and destructive executive order shortly after his inauguration, attempting to suspend immigration to the US from seven Muslim-majority countries, the shockwaves were swift and far-reaching. Objections have come from campuses all over the country, and with good reason.The ban clearly affects Muslims, including current and prospective students, but its reach (even after clarifications on green-card holders) is far wider. Alongside other visa changes being mooted and talk of “extreme vetting” it makes for a disturbing climate. Continue reading...

21 февраля, 09:38

Dating After Divorce: 12 Tips for Getting Back in the Saddle

Getting back in the saddle can be tough, but that's no reason to give up hope. When you're ready to start dating again, here are 12 tips you need to follow.

16 января 2015, 16:07

Итоги 2014 и прогноз на 2015

Не могла пройти мимо статьи в Ведомостях: На чем заработали и сколько потеряли инвесторы в 2014 году.  Судя по этой статье, самый высокий доход показывает т.н."инвестиции в доллар" или долларовые депозиты или наличные. Это и понятно- за счет резкого обесценения рубля против доллара , как нам говорится в статье," долларовые депозиты оказались самыми доходными (+78,7%)". Иными словами, в статье как бы намекают,что лучше доллара вы ничего не найдете,чтобы сберечь свои накопления. Я уже как-то говорила о том,что доллар - это не деньги, вот сейчас всем нам эту разницу- разницу между деньгами и финансовым иструментом- мы и узнаем. Деньги помимо расчетной функции обладают функцией накопления капитала, финансовый инструмент  обладает "инвестиционной возможностью" , являясь "инвестицией". Инвестиция в финансовый инструмент- это спекуляция, риск неизвестности получения дохода и возможной полной его потери вместе с "инвестицией", который берет на себя обладатель "инвестиции",т.е. это предпринимательский риск, который вы берете на себя, оперируя теми же валютами. Пример такого риска нам показал только что банк Швейцарии и валютные брокеры. Читаем Зерохедж Numerous FX Brokers Shutter After Suffering "Significant Losses" Following SNB Stunnerили на русском это ВестифинансШторм от Банка Швейцарии. Есть пострадавшие "Большое количество клиентов с позициями в швейцарском франке оказались в проигрышной ситуации и понесли потери намного большие, чем объем их депозитов.Брокер также сообщает, что тем клиентам, которые не смогли вовремя закрыть позиции из-за отсутствия ликвидности, он не может компенсировать потери. В Excel Markets обращают внимание на то, что даже на межбанковском рынке франк был неликвидным в течение нескольких часов после решения Банка Швейцарии". Разница валютного депозита с валютной спекуляцией на рынке форексе будет заключатся в том,что вы участвуете в этом ввиду полной интеграции российской банковской системы в валютную расчетную систему SWIFT- Россия на втором месте по интеграции банков в эту систему, поэтому все общания ЦБ РФ в том,что они подготовят альтернативу SWIFT так и останутся обещаниями. Напомню,что глава ЦБ РФ входит в американский долларовый институт Бреттон-Вуда- МВФ, поэтому ничего удивительного нет в том,что ЦБ РФ тупо выполняет все инструкции МВФ- ЦБ РФ- это одна из марионеток американской системы.МОСКВА, 16 января. /ТАСС/. "Период резких изменений курса рубля завершается, правительственные меры по поддержке национальной валюты заработали, сказал ТАСС глава российского представительства Международного валютного фонда Бикас Джоши".  Десятка стран, лидирующих по числу кредитных организаций, подключенных к SWIFT (по данным SWIFT, 2013) по факту Россия слишком глубоко интегрирована в западную систему, зависима от нее. У страны нет возможностей создать собственную альтернативную сеть (разве только на двусторонней основе с Китаем), а разговоры о переходе расчетов на внутреннюю систему, как и в случаях других предложений  власти, останутся разговорами. Вчера было озвучено,что европарламентарии требуют от Совета ЕС распространить уже действующие санкции на предприятия атомной промышленности России, а также ограничить все международные финансовые транзакции РФ. Сегодня продолжили: БРЮССЕЛЬ, 16 января. /Корр. ТАСС Александр Шишло/. Действующие санкции Евросоюза против России могут быть усилены в случае значительного ухудшения ситуации на востоке Украины. Об этом заявил в пятницу высокопоставленный чиновник ЕС, близкий к руководству институтов сообщества. Давление усиливается и разговор идет уже о полной капитуляции России перед США. Как это принято у бандитов, клиента "поставили на счетчик", например, это дело ЮКОСА МОСКВА, 16 января. /ТАСС/. С сегодняшнего дня начинается начисление процентов за несвоевременное исполнение арбитражных решений о выплате РФ $50,1 млрд бывшим акционерам ЮКОСа. Но наездом на государство дело не ограничивается. Уже против Лукойла возбудили дело о "коррупции в рамках финансирования терроризма":КИЕВ, 16 января. /ТАСС/. Служба безопасности Украины (СБУ) возбудила уголовное дело по статье "Финансирование терроризма" против бизнес-структур, входящих в группы компаний ЛУКОЙЛ и ВЕТЭК.   Если внимательно смотреть за происходящим во Франции, то можно увидеть,что Франция на этот раз выполнила роль этакого подопытного кролика, где начинают претворяться идеи будущей Европы- будущего фашизма- зомбированные марионеточные европейские чиновники и послушное население, готовое быть рабом и идти в этом на все. Все,кто мог более-менее осмыслить происходящее, были жестоко не только подавлены, но и наказаны за "инакомыслие", включая несовершенолетних. Или еще можно так сказать,что фашизм начинается с Франции и с Великобритании. В целом,на мой взгляд, глава Raiffeisen прав, говоря, что Америка не пойдет на уступки и «будет сражаться с Путиным до последнего европейца». При этом можно обратить внимание на очень похожие случаи в Армении и в Германии. В Германии, в Дрездене, активно выступала PEDIGA против мусульманской колонизации Европы. Недавно там был зарезан чернокожий юноша на фоне вот этого антиисламского движения,что послужило обвинением антиисламского движения в экстремизме. В Армении произошел очень странный случай в Гюмри, закончившийся беспорядками, при этом мы читаем: ЕРЕВАН, 16 января. /Корр.ТАСС Тигран Лилоян/. Европейский союз предоставил Армении 77,5 млн евро на продолжение реформ, проводимых при его помощи.В правительстве республики состоялась церемония "запуска" восьми соглашений, которые были заключены месяц назад по различным направлениям сотрудничества - от сельского хозяйства до территориального развития. Иными словами, похожие процессы на Украине ,с высокой вероятностью, будут запущены в Армении. Поэтому, никакого разговора не может быть ни о каком ЕВРАЗЭС- это пустышка, если никто всерьез этим не собирался заниматься. Все это фантазии россиянской элиты, которая сама никогда ничего не создавала. Военная обстановка, к которой прибавится Казказ и Азия: Сегодня США оказывают жесткое давление на Россию по трем направлениям: северному – из Прибалтики, центральному – из Польши и южному – через Румынию. То есть мы с вами наблюдаем то,как США защищают собственные интересы- вполне себе бандитскими способами, не чураясь никаких угроз и шантажа, используя в своих приемах гражданское население, убив его , запугав террором, превратив послушных в своих рабов, чтобы получить желаемое. А что Россия? Вопрос уже всем понятный- дни нынешней России уже сочтены, поэтому нам с вами стоит приготовиться к разным вариантам. Например, это отключение банков от SWIFT и попыткой переключения на внутреннюю систему. Я не исключаю невозможности работать банкам в стандартном режиме, поэтому запас  наличности должен быть дома- у каждого по возможностям. Скорее всего, в этом случае вклады получить будет проблематично. Далее. Очень вероятно,что появится натуральный обмен и бартер. Например, вспоминаем, всем известную валюту- водку. Значит, делаем запасы этой натуральной валюты. В общем, вспоминаем советское время и готовимся к сложным временам. 

26 декабря 2014, 11:49

ЦБ запустил аналог SWIFT для операций внутри России

Банк России с декабря предоставил кредитным организациям новую услугу по передаче финансовых сообщений в формате SWIFT по внутрироссийским операциям. Банки подключаются к услуге на основе договоров с Банком России.   "Новый сервис реализован в целях обеспечения бесперебойности и безопасности передачи финансовых сообщений внутри страны и является очередным шагом в направлении совершенствования системы услуг, предоставляемых Банком России", - сообщает ЦБ. Новая услуга позволит кредитным организациям передавать сообщения в форматах SWIFT через Банк России во всех регионах страны и без ограничений. ЦБ намерен обезопасить банки от возможных проблем в случае отключения системы международных расчетов SWIFT. ЕС в сентябре призвал к новым ограничительным мерам в отношении России, в том числе к отключению России от системы SWIFT. Однако сама компания SWIFT неоднократно заявляла, что не собирается отключать Россию от своих услуг. ЦБ заявил ранее, что цены на новую услугу окажутся конкурентоспособными.

05 июня 2014, 17:29

США все активнее используют юань во внешней торговле

  США вышли на третье место в мире после Сингапура и Великобритании по объемам использования китайской валюты. Все больше американских компаний переходят на юань при оплате импорта из КНР. Международная межбанковской системы передачи информации и совершения платежей SWIFT (Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunications) опубликовала пресс-релиз "The United States jumps ahead of Taiwan as an offshore RMB clearing centre". По данным организации, со стороны США наблюдается заметная активизация в использовании китайской валюты. Общая доля юаней в торговле между США и Китаем остается сравнительно небольшой, однако динамика использования юаня в расчетах со стороны США говорит сама за себя. По сравнению с апрелем 2013 г. в этом году доля использования юаня в сделках между США и Китаем выросла с 0,7% до 2,4%. При этом, в апреле 2014 г. объем платежей США с использованием китайской валюты в годовом отношении увеличился на 327%. Общая доля платежей в юанях с американской стороны в общемировом контексте выросла с 1,3% в апреле 2013 г. до 2,6% к апрелю 2014 г. Юань в торговле США – Китай/Гонконг; США – остальной мир: Графика: SWIFT США опередили Тайвань и вышли на третье место в мире – после Сингапура и Великобритании – по использованию юаня. Майкл Мун, директор подразделения платежей SWIFT в Азиатско-тихоокеанском регионе отметил, что это очередное свидетельство растущей роли юаня в международной торговле:  “На мой взгляд, повышение объемов платежей в юанях в сделках между США и Китаем/Гонконгом – это серьезный сигнал, который будет способствовать дальнейшему использованию китайской валюты. Хотя американский доллар все еще занимает доминирующее положение в торговле между странами, тем не менее, данные говорят о том, что США все более активно используют юань для того, чтобы поддержать свои корпорации, которые хотят расширять свои производственные мощности в Китае и все чаще оплачивают продукцию своих китайских поставщиков в юанях. Это хорошие новости для дальнейшей глобализации юаня в качестве мировой валюты”.

04 декабря 2013, 01:06

Сенсация! Юань - вторая торгуемая валюта... точно? )))

Китайский юань обошел евро в рейтинге самых торгуемых мировых валют, следует из отчета Международной межбанковской электронной системы платежей (SWIFT). Коэффициент использования юаня поднялся с 1,89% в январе 2012г. до 8,66% в октябре 2013г. Опережает китайскую национальную валюту лишь доллар США, который лидирует с коэффициентом 81,08%. Между тем доля евро упала с 7,87% в январе 2012г. до 6,64% в октябре 2013г.: сейчас единая европейская валюта занимает третье место в рейтинге самых торгуемых. По данным на октябрь 2013г., больше всего в финансовой торговле юанем пользовались Китай, Гонконг, Сингапур, Германия и Австралия. Так, на долю КНР приходится 59% сделок с юанем, на Гонконг - 21%, Сингапур - 12%, Германию и Австралию - по 2%. http://top.rbc.ru/economics/03/12/2013/892600.shtml _______________________________________ РБК, мягко говоря, отжигает .... Если реально SWIFT очень любит юань и публикует ежемесячно отчеты о расчетах в нем (надеясь на активный рост роли юаня). Собственно сам отчет на основе которого и появился материал. Читаем внимательно: RMB now 2nd most used currency in trade finance, overtaking the Euro, with a activity share of 8.66%. Что именно имеет ввиду SWIFT смотрим здесь "traditional trade finance - Letters of Credit and Collections" Торговое финансирование, конкретно инкассо и аккредитивы ...как бы это далеко не "рейтинг самых торгуемых валют". 59% из них - сам Китай, ещё 21% - Гонконг, ещё 12% - Сигнапур и только оставшиеся 8% - остальные страны из которых по 2% Германия и Австралия. Причем бурный рост, скорее всего, обусловлен во многом более корректным учетом операций самого континентального Китая. Доля Китая в международных платежах в отчете на 6-й странице и составляет в октябре0.84%. Она выросла с 0.25% в январе 2012 года, до 0.63% в январе 2013 года (когда юань обогнал рубль), после этого рост несколько затормозился: март - 0.74%, июнь - 0.87%, сентябрь - 0.86%, октябрь - 0.84%. По-хорошему, с лета экспансия юаня в общем объеме платежей прекратилась ... но все ищут сенсации. P.S.: В перспективе доля юаня в платежах, конечно, должна существенно вырасти (при либерализации рынка юаню есть куда расти), но только в перспективе. P.P.S.: Кому интересно: ссылка на раздел с отчетами SWIFT