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The U.K.s recovery is still looking V-shaped and the economy has clawed back about half the output it lost in March and April, Bank of England chief economist Andy Haldane said Monday.To get more news about Expert 24 Trade, you can visit wikifx news official website.
  “This plainly has been a recovery and a pretty sharp one,” he told lawmakers on Parliaments Treasury Committee. “As has been the case of course globally -- in that sense we have seen a bounce-back, so far it has been a V. That does of course not tell us where we might go next.”


  Haldane dissented at the BOE‘s June meeting, voting against expanding asset purchases. He’s since come across as more upbeat about the economy than Governor Andrew Bailey and fellow policy maker Silvana Tenreyro, who will also address lawmakers this afternoon.
  Haldane said the economy likely hit its floor in April, and about half of the roughly 25% fall in activity in March and April has been regained. But he noted that labor market figures are “understating the unemployment problem” and policy makers are monitoring the job situation carefully.
  Were “by no means out of the woods on activity or jobs, but materially better than expected two or three months ago,” he said.
  BOE officials will publish updated forecasts at their next policy meeting on Aug. 6. They have been reviewing tools at their disposal, including negative interest rates, after cutting rates to a record low 0.1% and expanding their bond-buying program.
  “There is plainly less room for monetary maneuver as a result of this crisis, be that interest rates or further QE,” Haldane said. “But less room for maneuver is not no monetary maneuver at all.”
  Negative interest rates could potentially encourage further borrowing, though they would also have downsides like a squeeze on banks margins, he said.
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Continental AG reported preliminary results that were better than expected thanks to business improvement late in the quarter, though it refrained from giving a fresh outlook for the year.To get more news about Expert 24 Trade, you can visit wikifx news official website.
  Sales dropped by almost 40% to 6.62 billion euros ($7.6 billion), the German auto-parts maker said in a statement Monday. Analysts on average were expecting revenue to drop to 6.37 billion euros, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.
Although business “showed substantial improvement through the course of the second quarter,” Continental said in the statement, there is still “substantial uncertainty due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.”
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  “It remains difficult to gauge possible adverse consequences on production, the supply chain and demand,” the company said.
  Continental and its peers rushed to drastically cut costs earlier in the year when shutdowns aimed at containing the spread of the virus hit auto factories and showrooms, bringing production to a halt and significantly curbing sales. The company announced in June that it would cut its dividend payout to save about 350 million euros.
  The uncertainty over how fast economies will recover is still an open question. Automotive companies are hoping government incentives will spur car sales and help the industry recover in the second half of the year.
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Wall Street stocks had some pep in their step. The Dow Jones, S&P 500 and Nasdaq indices all closed 0.03, 0.84, and 2.51 percent higher, respectively. All three were given a tailwind after news broke that Oxford University and pharmaceutical giant AstraZeneca had a breakthrough on a coronavirus vaccine called AZD1222.To get more news about Expert 24 Trade, you can visit wikifx news official website.
  Researchers found it triggered an immune respond to Covid-19 with only minor side effects. AstraZeneca subsequently spiked over 10 percent before retreating and closing just a little over 6.50 percent from the open.
  Foreign exchange markets were somewhat mixed. The haven-linked US Dollar and anti-risk Japanese Yen and Swiss Franc along with the Euro suffered the deepest burns. Higher-beta FX like the Norwegian Krone and Swedish Krona on the other hand were sunbathing on green pasture with the British Pound. Sterling rose not so much due to GBP strength per say but rather due to weakness in its counterparts.
  The Euro was left out in the cold after European Union policymakers failed to reach a consensus on what is shaping up to be the longest meeting since the 2000 summit in Nice, France. The so-called “Frugal Four” – led by Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte of the Netherlands and followed by Sweden, Denmark Austria and Finland – have pushed to modify the EUR750 billion aid package.


  The new proposal that may be generous enough for big-spending advocates to get behind and watered-down enough for the Frugal Four to swallow reduced the amount of grants to 390 billion and increased the loan amount to 360b. The original was 500b and 250b, respectively. Until a solid agreement is reached, the Euro will likely continue to hover with a cautious upside bias. Read more about why that is here.
  Tuesdays Asia-Pacific Trading Session
  In addition to the politically-entangled Euro, the Australian Dollar will likely also be in the spotlight. The Reserve Bank of Australia will be releasing their meeting minutes following the interest rate decision on July 7. Officials noted that while the path ahead is uncertain, “conditions have, however, stabilised recently and the downturn has been less severe than earlier expected”.
  Policymakers reinforced this notion, saying that the worst of the economic crisis may be behind as leading indicators point to signs of stabilization. Officials reiterated they are“prepared to scale-up its bond purchases” in order to achieve their employment and inflation targets. Unless the RBA significantly deviates from this message – be it more positive or negative – AUD may shrug at the comments.
  Australian Dollar Analysis
  After bottoming out in March, AUD/CAD has gone on to rise over 14 percent in a relatively short span of time. However, technical cues are hinting that upside momentum may be slowing with RSI showing a negative divergence. Capitulation could shatter a multi-week uptrend and open the door to retesting stubborn support at 0.9293. Follow me on Twitter @ZabelinDimitri for more timely technical updates.
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A winning $1-million lottery ticket was purchased at a north Lincoln convenience store from over the weekend.Get more news about 彩票包网平台,you can vist loto98.com

The ticket worth a million bucks was sold for Saturday’s $117-million Powerball jackpot at the Fast Mart near 27th and Wildcat Drive. Nebraska Lottery officials say the ticket had the first five numbers in the drawing, but not the Powerball itself.

The winning numbers from Saturday’s Powerball® draw were 05, 21, 36, 61, 62, Powerball 18, and Power Play 02. Players are encouraged to check their tickets at any Nebraska Lottery retailer, online, or by calling the Lottery office at 402-471-6100.

Winning Nebraska Lottery Lotto tickets expire 180 days after the drawing. Prizes of $20,000 or more must be claimed in person at Lottery headquarters in Lincoln. Additional information about claiming prizes can be found at the Nebraska Lottery website, or by calling 800-587-5200.
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Check your lottery tickets if you bought them at Brenda’s Inc in Bayonne.Get more news about 彩票包网,you can vist loto98.com

The New Jersey Lottery announced on Saturday morning that the only Mega Millions jackpot winning ticket from Friday night's drawing was sold at the Bayonne convenience store.

“l’m happy to congratulate Brenda’s Inc. on 110 Kennedy Blvd in Bayonne, the retailer that sold this winning ticket,” said Executive Director James A Carey, Jr. The winning numbers for the Friday, July 24 drawing are: 08, 33, 39, 54, and 58. The Gold Mega Ball is 17 and the Megaplier is 03. The jackpot winner will receive an estimated prize of $124,000,000 annuity ($100,800,000 cash)

The winner should sign the back of the ticket, make a copy of both sides and put it in a safe place, and contact Lottery Headquarters at 609-599-5875 to arrange to file a claim for this ‘MEGA’ jackpot prize.The winner has one year from the date of the drawing to file a claim.

A press event is being planned for Monday to present the lucky retailer with their celebratory bonus commission check worth $30,000.
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The 2021 Volvo XC40 subcompact SUV/crossover SUV runs in a field crowded with excellent rivals like the Audi Q3, Lexus UX, BMW X1, and Mercedes-Benz GLA-Class. But its overall look, feel, and driving experience has made it an immediate hit, as its strong initial sales demonstrate.To get more news about Volvo news, you can visit shine news official website.

It’s so good that in its first year of existence (2019), it won two KBB Best Buy Awards. The 2021 model year now includes Volvo’s first completely electric vehicle (EV), the XC40 Recharge P8 AWD.

The 5-seater XC40 has the right combination of looks, size, and features at a price within the reach of young, affluent buyers. Its broad range of models, generous standard equipment, long list of sophisticated options, and punchy 2.0-liter turbocharged engine make the 2021 XC40 a superb choice.

How Much Does the 2021 Volvo XC40 Cost?
The Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of a 2021 Volvo XC40 T4 Momentum is $33,700, plus a $995 destination fee, bringing the total to $34,695. The T4 R-Design is priced from $39,945, and the T4 Inscription is $40,445 before options.

The T5 Momentum starts at $36,695. T5 R-Design pushes the price to $41,945, and the range-topping T5 Inscription comes in at $42,445.

Loading up a T5 Inscription with most of the optional tech and the Harman Kardon sound system comes to around $45,500, which is on the bearable side of crazy. The starting and midpoints of the XC40 also compare well with its rivals. For example, the Lincoln MKC is priced similarly, but without all the safety features and amenities that come standard on the XC40.

There were no prices for the 2021 XC40 Recharge P8 AWD at the time of compiling this review. However, we anticipate it starting around $48,000 after federal and tax credits.

Before buying, check the KBB.com Fair Purchase Price to see what others in your area are paying for their new XC40. We don’t have any definitive data on resale values just yet, but we expect the XC40 to perform well in this respect.The turbocharged 4-cylinder engine of the T5 is even livelier than its 248 horsepower suggests. It’s a little dynamo, with minimal turbo lag. This subcompact luxury SUV will zip from standstill to 60 mph in 6.2 seconds and has plenty of muscle in reserve for higher-speed passing. In the front-drive T4 models, horsepower drops to an adequate 187.

The XC40 is exceptionally nimble and easy to maneuver, whether in a parking lot or on the freeway. Despite its short length and modest wheelbase, the XC40 is comfortable and adept at absorbing road imperfections. It’s also fun to push on a winding road, especially the R-Design models, with their sportier suspension and larger wheels.

Drivers will be grateful for the XC40 T5’s standard all-wheel drive and 8.3 inches of ground clearance whenever the weather turns rough. Grip is commendable when snaking around dry roads and confidence-inspiring in general. The elevated seating position is also excellent.
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We've got some juicy revelations about Lenovo's 2020 ThinkPad plans and some insight about the Intel Tiger Lake launch date all thanks to a leaked roadmap from a PDF presentation in Germany, NotebookCheck reported.To get more news about Lenovo news, you can visit shine news official website.

Lenovo's ThinkPad series is known for its refined black aesthetic, strong productivity, impressive build quality and the show-stealing star, the Thinkpad X1 Carbon. Many ThinkPad devices aren't pocket-friendly, which is why our ears perked up at the mention of an upcoming affordable laptop lineup.The leaked roadmap unearthed Lenovo's plans to release "affordable" workstation models within the ThinkPad family, including a model called ThinkPad P15v. The "v" in the name signifies that this configuration will be a value version of the higher-priced ThinkPad P15 model. Both models are slated to hit shelves later this year with Comet Lake H-series CPU chips.

NotebookCheck added that Lenovo may also release a refreshed ThinkPad P15v under the T-series umbrella called the ThinkPad T15p. The models will be quite similar, but both will sport different GPUs.

The ThinkPad P15, by the way, will be the successor to the chunky, heavy-duty workstation known as the ThinkPad P53, which hints that Lenovo has adopted a new naming convention. The upcoming Lenovo ThinkPad P17 will succeed the ThinkPad P73 -- another example of Lenovo's naming shift.Lenovo, according to the roadmap, is expecting the 10nm Intel Tiger Lake chips and the lower-powered Lakefield CPUs to launch in September or October. The Chinese tech giant plans to release several models with the highly anticipated hardware, including the X1 Fold.

We're quite familiar with the X1 Fold -- we got our hands on the Lenovo product at CES this year. Touted as the world's first foldable PC, the Windows 10 device is expected to set you back a whopping $2,500. The X1 Fold, according to Liliputing, will sport an Intel Lakefield five-core processor.

As for Intel Tiger Lake, NotebookCheck suspects the chip will debut in at least three upcoming models: The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Titanium, the ThinkPad X1 Nano and the ThinkPad X12.

The ThinkPad X12, featuring a 12-inch display, is particularly eye-catching because it's a detachable device reminiscent of the Microsoft Surface-style design.With Lenovo poised to release at least 16 new laptops this year, there seems to be an option for everyone -- from the stunning, break-the-bank X1 Fold with its foldable OLED display to the budget-friendly ThinkPad P15v.

Intel Tiger Lake chips will debut on Lenovo's most premium models, and we're excited to see how the follow-up to the 10th-gen Ice Lake processor family performs on our real-world testing.It's also worth noting that Intel isn't the only processor that Lenovo will stuff into its products this year -- AMD will get some shine as well, especially for a few models in Lenovo's T and L series device line-up.

We can't help but wonder if any of the upcoming additions to Lenovo's portfolio will make the same waves as its X1 Carbon superstar.
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In the video (via PCGamer, which you can check out below) the game director says that the Auction House change “isn’t just a UI reskin. We actually redesigned and rebuilt the guts of the system to make it faster, more performant, and to get rid of those annoying single stacks that literally no-one likes” – ‘stacks’ being bundles of some of the most common trade items that have to be sold all in one go, or not at all, and a feature of the current WoW Auction House.To get more news about Buy WoW Items, you can visit lootwowgold news official website.

“We recognise that there are hundreds of thousands of transactions happening across our auction houses on a regular basis, and we want to create a modern system that is smooth and easy to use.”

It appears that with the new Auction House players will be able to purchase partial stacks of goodies from others rather than having to take everything in one go. A post on the Blizzard forums from community manager Kaivax expands on this: “Commodities (stackable items) cannot be bid on, and are no longer bought or sold in stacks. Now, you’ll enter in the number of a commodity that you’d like to buy and the AH will automatically select the cheapest available and give you a total price.”Plus, there are other exciting features for players to try out that should enhance and smooth the whole WoW trading experience, like a ‘shopping list’ for your favourite items. You can make a checklist of your go-to items, and more “quickly search for and buy [them] on the go.”

Blizzard’s put the all-new Auction House on the PTR for players to try and give feedback on. If you’re a World of Warcraft Classic player, you can check out our WoW Classic Auction House guide for new players, which you might find handy.
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   The alpha for World of Warcraft's upcoming Shadowlands expansion has begun. Blizzard Entertainment knows that the fanbase was disappointed by some aspects of Battle for Azeroth, so it wants to make sure Shadowlands delivers. This means that the studio is being very open with upcoming changes, with a series of blogs about class updates, the realm of Death, and the brand-new starting experience.To get more news about Buy WoW Shadowlands Gold, you can visit lootwowgold news official website.

The cornerstone of any MMO is loot, and Blizzard has some thoughts about changing how loot works in Shadowlands. In an interview with Twitch streamer Ted "Sloot" Bacinschi, World of Warcraft game director Ion "Watcher" Hazzikostas said that Blizzard acknowledges the dissatisfaction with additional RNG systems—Thunderforging, Titanforging, and Warforging—on gear drops. These systems were an attempt to make gear drops more exciting for veteran players, with random stat rolls. Hazzikostas admitted that offering different difficulties, raid sizes, and content increased the amount of gear WoW awarded to players, which when combined with random drops, didn't offer satisfying rewards.

"At this point, our plan for Shadowlands is to take a step back and actually—and this may sound like a nerf to some folks—reduce the amount of loot that drops. We have tons more sources than ever before. Just let loot be loot. We're not planning Warforging, we're not planning Titanforging. There's no Corruption, there's no system to replace Corruption. We'll see how that plays out," said Hazzikostas. That's not the only incoming change to loot in Shadowlands. The class tier sets were dungeon and raid gear that shared an aesthetic with each class and the current content. In Battle for Azeroth, tier sets were limited to zone aesthetics and armor type, meaning Plate-wearing Warriors, Paladin, and Death Knights all wore similar gear, which didn't feed into the idea of class fantasy that Blizzard said was its aim.

Hazzikostas said that tier sets will "quite possibly" return in Shadowlands, but not at launch. "It's something our art team wants to do again and it's something we're talking about seeing return later on in the expansion," he said. Hazzikostas said the team had a problem with what tier sets had turned into by time Legion rolled around. Raiders would get their tier sets within a few weeks, making it useless for them to acquire any other gear until the next raid. "We don't love that aspect of it. But, the art, the class fantasy, the sense of class differentiation and also some aspects of the set bonuses as a goal to strive for are all things we want to recapture."Hazzikostas said that Blizzard wanted to get the changes out early to get a ton of player feedback. "There isn't some giant drop of additional content and changes that we have planned that you're not seeing yet.

But obviously that does not mean that what you see today is going to go live," he explained. "Iteration is important, feedback is important. We've very rightfully gotten raked over the coals for this, when big changes to a class or spec get dropped late in beta without a lot of time to really iterate on them.

We want to get things out there upfront, so we can start the conversation." Similar to Legion following the much-maligned Warlords of Draenor, Shadowlands seems to be a clear response to negative feedback to Battle for Azeroth. Hopefully, openly releasing and explaining all of these new systems early in the process will lead to a game that will make more of the WoW community happy. World of Warcraft: Shadowlands is scheduled for a 2020 release on PC and Mac.

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Outside of the game’s launch, this update will bring more items, quests, and changes to Classic than any other phase before it.To get more news about Buy WoW Gold Classic, you can visit lootwowgold news official website.

Along with a massive “war effort” that will require members of both the Alliance and Horde to gather resources for a fight against the Qiraj Empire, players will gain access to new bosses and loot from dungeons that they’ve been running for almost a year now.

Meanwhile, updates to other elements of the game, like professions and reputation rewards, will give players a laundry list of things to do after the game’s weekly Tuesday reset.Trying to do everything at once might be overwhelming. But if you go into the week knowing exactly what your character wants and needs to do, the chances that you achieve your goals will improve exponentially.

Here’s a list of some of the things you might want to look into before logging in this afternoon.The opening of the Gates of Ahn’Qiraj (AQ) is one of the most iconic events in WoW’s original expansion. But that won’t happen right away. First, players from both factions will have to donate an enormous amount of resources to a war effort against the Qiraj Empire.

NPCs for both sides will accept donations of specific items to prepare for the AQ gate opening event. The gates themselves won’t open on a server until all of the necessary resources are gathered.

While many servers have been preparing for months to have the resources needed to open up the gates as fast as possible, it might be worth contributing as an individual to do your part. As a way to reward players for contributing, NPCs reward donations with a small war supply item and “commendations” that can be used to earn certain Horde and Alliance reputations. In addition to each server needing to work to get all of the required resources for the AQ gates to open, there’s a specific questline as well that needs to be completed by any individual on the server.

Rewarding the Black Qiraji Battle Tank mount, known as the “bug mount,” to the first on a given server to complete it, this series of quests is one of the most grindy in the game. And because of the way it requires players to go into two separate instances of the Blackwing Lair raid, it’ll be impossible to complete until BWL resets on Aug. 4.

If you’re just now hearing about this questline, you probably won’t be able to get it done prior to the gates opening. But don’t let that stop you. Despite the chain’s length, it has fruitful rewards outside of the bug mount that will only go to the first people to complete the quest during the AQ gate opening event
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