FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享Reuters:Cerrejon, one of Colombia’s largest coal mines, will reduce its operations by up to 18% because of a fall in international prices and amid an ongoing court case, the company’s chief executive said on Monday.Colombia, the world’s fourth-largest exporter of coal, faces a potential spending crunch next year as royalties from the fuel decline amid a supply glut and slowing economic growth in China.Cerrejon, owned by BHP Group Ltd , Anglo American Plc and Glencore, will have output of just 26 million tonnes for the next five years, compared to the more than 30 million it was regularly producing until last year, Chief Executive Guillermo Fonseca told local paper La Republica.The mine’s cash flow will be reduced by $170 million this year, because of low prices and global moves toward renewable energy, Fonseca told the newspaper.“To adjust we’re reformulating the operation of the mine,” he said. “Accepting that prices are going to stay there, the decision was taken to reduce the size of the mine. The mine will be reduced between 15% and 18% as a result of what we’re seeing,” Fonseca added.More: Coal mine Cerrejon to reduce output amid low prices, possible court ruling Global price decline prompts substantial reduction in coal production at Colombia’s Cerrejon mine
Vevay, IN—S.R. 156 in Ohio County is expected to reopen Saturday afternoon (12/14), weather permitting. The road closed in July for a slide repair project between Patriot and Rising Sun. Crews are currently cleaning up the area and applying pavement markings.Unfortunately, it’s not finished yet. Motorists can expect additional closures and restrictions this next construction season as additional sections of roadway are in need of repair due to slides. Further information will be shared as we move closer to spring.
Facebook Twitter Google+ No. 10 Syracuse was predicted to finish fourth in the 2019 Atlantic Coast Conference coaches’ poll announced on Wednesday. No. 2 Duke was selected first with 21 votes, followed by No. 11 Notre Dame, No. 6 Virginia, SU and No. 15 North Carolina.The Orange also had three players chosen for the Preseason All-ACC Team. Attack Stephen Rehfuss, defenseman Nick Mellen and short-stick midfielder Peter Dearth fill out the 14-player roster. The Blue Devils and Cavaliers each had four players listed.Syracuse opens the regular season on Feb. 8 against Colgate in the Carrier Dome. Comments AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Published on January 30, 2019 at 3:34 pm Contact Nick: [email protected] | @nick_a_alvarez
It is however unclear if Ayew will stay at Swansea next season, with a number of Europe’s top clubs, including PSG and Marseille reportedly keen on the Black Stars captain’s signature. Black Stars Head Coach C.K Akonnor has congratulated captain Andre Ayew on sweeping awards at Swansea City’s end of season awards.Andre Ayew was named Swansea City Supporters’ Player of the Season and Players’ Player of the Season in the club’s end-of-season awards for the 2019-20 campaign.The Ghanaian enjoyed a superb year, netting 18 goals in all competitions and setting up seven more as he helped Steve Cooper’s side reach the Championship play-offs.In addition, Ayew also took the club’s Top Goalscorer award, and the Away Player of the Season prize.Akonnor posted on his official Twitter page, encouraging the 30 year old, Ayew, to keep up his good performances.
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest By Doug Tenney, Leist MercantileWhile Ohio and Midwest producers may be in a good mood as to their yield prospects for corn and soybeans this fall, the mere mention of corn and soybean prices brings a protracted frown. Prior to the angst with all of the U.S./China trade war situation reaching a late May crescendo, December CBOT corn had reached $4.29 while November CBOT soybeans touched $10.60. Earlier this month, both made year-to-date lows as December corn touched $3.59 while November soybeans hit $8.26. Late July, December corn was $3.80 and November soybeans $8.90.The announcement late July of no additional trade tariffs between the U.S. and the EU tore a hole in the bottom of the gunny sack accumulation of disappointing trade news that has dominated U.S./China trade tariffs headlines since May. That announcement was followed with a promise by EU President Junckner to buy “lots” of U.S. soybeans. Many could easily view that as disappointing as a defined amount of U.S. soybeans was not detailed. While that is true, you have to be excited that trade is actually being discussed. Granted, while the EU will fall short of importing the huge amount of soybeans, which is imported into China, this announcement demonstrates that U.S. trade is once again flowing into the EU. Expect that more and more announcements are in the offing.Don’t be surprised to see numerous countries ink trade deals with the U.S. before the completion of our fall harvest. Some are somewhat optimistic talks between the U.S. and China could be happening shortly. Others feel that China has no choice but to be coming back to the U.S. to buy our soybeans. A timetable of that taking place is difficult at best to detail. Much has been made about the vast amount of U.S. soybeans not going to China at this time.Timely rains the next few weeks will go a long way in determining final U.S. soybean yields. Last month central Ohio was beginning to feel the effects of needing rain with corn seeing the first signs of stress. Then with rains July 20 to 22, that concern was alleviated for corn as numerous producers labeled the rains, a “million dollar rainfall.” The Aug. 10 USDA monthly Supply and Demand Report will detail actual expected corn and soybean yields across Ohio and the Midwest. Late last month, some reports indicated the U.S. corn yield could be near 178 bushels or higher while the U.S. soybean yield may climb north of 50 bushels per acre. Last month the U.S. corn yield was 174 bushels per acre. Last year the U.S. corn yield reached 176.6 bushels per acre, a record setting yield two years in a row. Some are suggesting the U.S. corn yield could climb above 178 bushels this year. With that same report USDA had the U.S. soybean yield at 48.5 bushels per acre while last year the U.S. soybean yield was 49.1 bushels. Some are already anticipating that yield could climb above 50 bushels per acres.Don’t be surprised that corn and soybean harvest will commence earlier than that of last year.Corn demand could easily be ratcheting higher in coming months. Last month USDA raised U.S. corn exports 125 million bushels to 2.225 billion bushels. The export could reach last year’s level of 2.4 billion bushels. With reduced corn production in South America in recent months export demand should be shifting to the U.S.Rains the last weekend of July were less than expected. At that time the two-week U.S. Midwest weather forecast was warmer and drier than normal. Both U.S. and world demand are tight.Many feel corn futures have found a bottom during July. U.S. farmers and traders will be watching further details of the U.S. $12 billion dollar aid package. Dry weather in the EU and North China look to provide support for corn prices. The U.S. farm aid could slow farmer sales. As of mid-July, producers still have 2017 corn yet to move to grain facilities.
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Leander Paes’s name is synonymous with unwavering determination and fighting against the grain. The 39-year-old tennis ace has a style quotient too.He has always dressed elegantly which complements the way he speaks. A role model for all sportspersons, he has endorsed top of the line brands and is one of the few sportspersons who also has an eye for the camera.He is an ardent practitioner of yoga and adheres to a strict fitness regimen, which has seen him win a Grand Slam at 38. He has been able to carve a niche for himself despite the hype surrounding cricket in the country.
TORONTO, Feb. 28, 2018 – CTV’s most buzzworthy round-table chat, THE SOCIAL (@TheSocialCTV), celebrates its milestone 1,000th episode on Friday, March 9 at 1 p.m. ET on CTV and CTV GO, it was announced today. The network also confirmed plans are in place to produce a Facebook Live 360 degree broadcast of THE SOCIAL‘s landmark episode simultaneously on Facebook.com/TheSocialCTV, providing an in-depth, interactive companion viewing experience for fans across Canada and around the world.Captivating audiences from coast-to-coast-to-coast with its trademark, up-to-the-minute frank discussion and debate on trending current events, lifestyle, and entertainment topics, Canadian Screen Award nominee for Best Talk Series THE SOCIAL is a key player in CTV’s #1 daytime lineup. This season to date, THE SOCIAL‘s average audience on CTV has grown year over year in the key A18-34 demo, particularly among young females. Now in its fifth season, the country’s most-watched Canadian lifestyle program among all key demos garners an average weekly reach of 3 million viewers on CTV, CTV Two, and E!. Advertisement In the special retrospective episode, co-hosts Melissa Grelo (@melissagrelo), Cynthia Loyst (@cynthialoyst), Lainey Lui (@LaineyGossip), Marci Ien (@MarciIen), along with Digital Correspondent Jess Allen (@jessieraeallen) and special surprise guests debate topics curated by loyal fans and viewers. In addition, THE SOCIAL marks the occasion with a look back at the most touching and memorable experiences from the past five seasons and the funniest moments in the show’s history. Pulling back the curtain, the series will also showcase the teamwork and dedication that brings the daily show to life.Beginning Friday, March 2, viewers can visit Facebook.com/TheSocialCTV to vote on the topics they wish to see featured in the landmark episode. Fans can join the conversation across their social platforms using the hashtag #TheSocial1000.The milestone 1,000th episode introduces a whole new way for fans of THE SOCIAL to engage with the show in real time through a simultaneous Facebook Live 360 degree broadcast – an immersive, interactive viewing experience that invites viewers to participate in the special from the perspective of being on set in the studio audience. The result of a special collaboration between CTV and Facebook, the live stream offers a full 360-degree view of the studio and enables fans to comment and interact with the program throughout the special, integrating its social audience like never before.“This is a show where women’s voices and expertise are celebrated in front of the camera, behind the scenes and in our content.” said Nanci MacLean, Vice-President and Head, Bell Media Studios. “THE SOCIAL is a staple for Canadian viewers who enjoy and engage with our honest, topical, relatable, and meaningful conversations each day and for the next 1,000 to come.”THE SOCIAL co-hosts share what they hope the next 1,000 episodes will bring:“I hope that in the next 1,000 episodes, we will be able to see how movements we discuss today like #MeToo or the lack of diversity in representation in the workplace, and others, have evolved for the better,” said moderator and co-host Melissa Grelo. “I believe THE SOCIAL has contributed a lot to the discussions that all Canadians are having about equality and fairness in all facets of life. I also hope that the next 1,000 episodes continue to represent what good, strong, healthy debates look like. We don’t all share the same perspectives, but we do love and respect one another deeply. I look forward to pushing the conversations forward!”“I gained five close friends from THE SOCIAL. Cynthia, Jess, Marci, Melissa, Jess, and Traci are among the most important people in my life. And every day on the show, I feel like we’re talking to our friends across Canada. Going forward, that’s what I hope for more of: friendship, conversation, understanding, and fun,” said co-host and Canada’s foremost gossip blogger Lainey Lui. “I have learned so much from THE SOCIAL – from my colleagues, from our audience, and from our guests. Like… I actually bake now! And I know how to cook so many things! So, by the time our 2,000th episode comes around, I wonder if I’ll be a proper chef?”“I hope the next 1,000 episodes will bring more laughs, more surprises, and more Momoa!,” said relationship expert and co-host Cynthia Loyst. “I would also love to visit viewers from across this wonderful country, perhaps a special episode on the road? I dare to dream!”“Let’s continue the conversation,” said veteran journalist and co-host Marci Ien. “What I love the most about THE SOCIAL is that it’s a safe place to share our opinions and we aren’t afraid of tackling real topics that resonate with our viewers. I hope the next 1,000 episodes bring honest discussions about what Canadians are facing in their everyday lives and we will continue to share our stories – in my case, overshare!”“I’m sure every age believes they are living in especially politically charged times but holy smokes, most days it feels as though our time takes the cake,” said THE SOCIAL’s Digital Correspondent Jess Allen. “Maybe it’s social media that has amplified this sense that everyone must have an opinion, whether it’s informed or not; of opinions existing in echo chambers; and of sides being rigidly divided. So continuing to have up-to-speed spirited, engaged, and most importantly, respectful debate and discourse is something I look forward to. Also, more food segments. Because that’s what you call a free lunch.”Since its debut, THE SOCIAL remains the daily destination for fresh perspectives and unfiltered discussions on topics that resonate with Canadians. With lifestyle experts, beauty regimens, red carpet recaps, fashion tips, and distinctive guests, week after week THE SOCIAL has resonated with viewers from coast-to-coast-to-coast. Before THE SOCIAL commemorates its 1,000th milestone episode (March. 9), below is a list of fun facts to help viewers reflect on the past 999 episodes:301,000 – Total number of views from the most-watched clip on the @TheSocialCTV Facebook page when Co-Host Cynthia Loyst meets Jason Momoa195,212 – Highest number of impressions from a single tweet (interview with Fifth Harmony in Season 3)105,434 – Total number of views from the most-watched @TheSocialCTVInstagram video featuring Co-Host Melissa Grelo’s Jennifer Lopez dance-off56,789 – Audience members that have attended THE SOCIAL to date10,565 – Most number of likes on a single @TheSocialCTV Instagram post (photo of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry engagement, posted on Nov. 27, 2017)999 – Total number of live shows, as of March 8, 2018263 – Total number of one-on-one celebrity interviews the co-hosts have conducted in-studio110 – Number of 5th chair guests, other than with regular Digital Correspondent Jess Allen100 – Total number of fitness segments the co-hosts have completed60 – Amount of production crew per episode42 – Number of food-related field shoots THE SOCIAL’s resident foodie and digital correspondent, Jess Allen, has completed34 – Total books read for THE SOCIAL Chapter10 – Number of times Co-Host Lainey Lui has joined THE SOCIAL live from L.A. while covering the Oscars8 – Number of cameras to shoot the daily live show5 – Current season2 – Total number of times #THESOCIALCTV has trended nationwide, which was when Justin Trudeau joined THE SOCIAL’s Bell Let’s Talk Day Special, and Co-Host Lainey Lui debuted #ChineseOxBuns1 – Number of non-human guests who joined the conversation live in-studio: Miss Piggy!THE SOCIAL airs live weekdays at 1 p.m. (2 p.m. AT) on CTV. Episodes also air at 2 p.m. ET on CTV Two, 6 p.m. ET, and at 7 a.m., 10 a.m., and 2 p.m. ET on E! the day following their broadcast premieres. THE SOCIAL is also available live on CTV GO (visit CTV.ca to confirm local broadcast times), as well as on demand across CTV’s digital platforms including CTV.ca and TheSocial.ca. Twitter LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Advertisement Facebook Login/Register With: Advertisement