Tags: NULL Asian stocks touched one-month highs after the latest US jobs data pacified for now investors who worried a second recession in the world’s biggest economy was nigh.Investor relief that the US employment report was not as bad as some had thought tempered demand for traditional safe-havens such as gold and government debt.But investors said the market mood, albeit improved, was far from buoyant. For one, the yen is still within sight of a 15-year peak on the dollar, while US Treasury yields were not far above historical or multi-month lows.“The jobs data was better than expected, but it’s not as if it improved drastically,” said Masayuki Otani, chief market analyst at Securities Japan, Inc.Price action also suggested investors were not diving into riskier assets just yet. The MSCI Asia stock index outside Japan added 0.7 percent, less than the S&P 500’s 1.3 per cent jump on Friday.Trading too was tempered by U.S. market holiday on Monday.Japan fared the best in Asia, with the Nikkei climbing 1.5 percent and the Topix rising 1.2 percent.Growth-sensitive exporters led the rise. Kyocera Corp climbed 2 percent; TDK Corp added 2.4 percent, and Tokyo Electron Ltd rose 1.9 per cent.U.S. data showed on Friday 54,000 government jobs were shed in August, less than the 100,000 the market had braced for. Some investors had expected even heftier losses.That took the shine off the US dollar’s appeal as a safe-haven currency, to the benefit of the euro and riskier currencies such as the high-yielding Australian dollar.Equally, gold, another traditional haven, eased a touch.Japanese government bond yields also hit an eight-week low. while most US Treasury two- to 10-year note futures edged lower.Oil, which tends to benefit when the growth outlook improves, was an anomaly on Monday. It fell towards $74 a barrel as peak gasoline use in the United States, a top consumer, waned with the end of the summer driving season More From Our Partners Native American Tribe Gets Back Sacred Island Taken 160 Years Agogoodnewsnetwork.orgFlorida woman allegedly crashes children’s birthday party, rapes teennypost.comBrave 7-Year-old Boy Swims an Hour to Rescue His Dad and Little Sistergoodnewsnetwork.orgRussell Wilson, AOC among many voicing support for Naomi Osakacbsnews.comMark Eaton, former NBA All-Star, dead at 64nypost.comPolice Capture Elusive Tiger Poacher After 20 Years of Pursuing the Huntergoodnewsnetwork.orgKiller drone ‘hunted down a human target’ without being told tonypost.comA ProPublica investigation has caused outrage in the U.S. this weekvaluewalk.comAstounding Fossil Discovery in California After Man Looks Closelygoodnewsnetwork.org John Dunne Share Asian stock buoyed by US jobs data Show Comments ▼ whatsapp Monday 6 September 2010 2:55 am whatsapp
Topics: Casino & games Sports betting Strategy Email Address Casino & games 17th June 2020 | By contenteditor AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter As the industry begins to emerge from the disruption caused by novel coronavirus (Covid-19), ESA Gaming’s Zorica Smallwood looks at how operators can retain customers that migrated to new products amid sporting shutdowns.As our industry starts to recover and adapt to a ‘new normal’ following a challenging few months, many operators are now pondering how to keep the customers that converted from sports betting to other verticals as a result of cancelled live events and limited markets.Virtuals, esports, and online casinos all saw upticks in activity as sports bettors looked elsewhere for entertainment. Although some will inevitability return to their first love, many will have enjoyed wandering off-piste and exploring verticals that were new to them.Don’t pigeonhole players Retaining their loyalty is nothing new. Operators have long understood the importance of offering a diverse product portfolio and cross-selling between different verticals in order to widen the player demographic and encourage loyalty.For obvious reasons it can be a challenge as a bettor with a love for sports and all it brings might not be interested in playing slots or have the knowledge of where to start. What recent months have showed, however, is that branding customers as a particular type is almost always incorrect.If a sports bettor is offered an alternative that complements rather than intrudes upon their sports betting experience, operators can engage them with a variety of verticals, make sure they return and ensure their recent conversion is not just a fad. The key is to offer the right alternative the right way.Don’t push customers away Rather than taking customers away from sportsbook they should be offered alternatives within it. Why offer myriad slot games with difficult to understand features and complicated paytables if sports betting is why they came to your site in the first place? Simple quick win and table games are far more approachable and engaging.They’re also more conducive to quick-fire engagement during a lull in proceedings if they’re watching live sport, for instance. With neat icons, promotional tools and clever pop-ups that don’t drag people away from what for them is the main event, you can maintain engagement in multiple products at the same time.A new future for cross-selling? Only time will tell if the recent events have forever changed player behaviour or altered the way operators will approach cross-selling going forward. The biggest challenge will be the marketing of these products and ensuring they become a natural addition to the sports betting experience.When introducing new products to customers, operators must ensure it feels proportionate, appropriate and, above all, non-intrusive to the sports betting proposition for which they originally came.What we do know is that many operators have had to work a lot harder to retain their customers over the last few months and come up with new ways to entertain them. They’ve had to look at alternative products and how best to present them.Product diversity and marketing that is in-tune with the shifting sands of consumer interest have never been more important.Operators are now future-proofing their businesses by ensuring that their product offering appeals to a wide demographic, whether their preferred vertical is sports or casino, and that there is an easy and natural segue between the products. We are seeing a lot of interest in our games as a consequence.Zorica Smallwood is an experienced financial executive who is responsible for the strategic direction of ESA Gaming. Her responsibilities include both day to day management of the business as well as outlining a clear direction for entering regulated markets across the globe. She has extensive knowledge of the industry through previous roles at Nyx and eGaming Consulting, as well as through a number of financial positions across the globe. Blurring the lines between players and products As the industry begins to emerge from the disruption caused by novel coronavirus (Covid-19), ESA Gaming’s Zorica Smallwood looks at how operators can retain customers that migrated to new products amid sporting shutdowns. Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Tags: Mobile
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The Barbarians got down to business training in South West London earlier today, and with their final complement now announced, it appears they’ve coerced a fair amount of talent to give up their sunny Sunday afternoon to give Eddie Jones’ an uncomfortable time.Wasps often joke they’re a merry band of waifs, strays and vagabonds and this multi-talented squad assembled by the Barbarians resembles a disparate group of players with a point to prove, skills to spare or just determined to wave their Test careers off in front of a bumper crowd. Here are a few players to catch the eye…Points to prove Alex Goode (England, 21 caps)There are few better footballers in the game than Alex Goode. That was showcased perfectly during the Champions Cup final against Clermont, where he threaded through a sumptuous grubber for Chris Ashton to pick up, before crossing the whitewash. A late-call up, the Saracen and England outcast, will be looking to catch the eye of Eddie Jones. A class act.Richard Hibbard (Wales, 38 caps)The former Ospreys and now Gloucester stalwart has been pragmatic about his near two-year Test absence, but the former Lion has been in imperious form this season. As fit as he’s ever been, the hooker’s set-piece work, carrying in the tight and thunderclap tackling has meant the calls for his re-inclusion in the Wales set-up have grown ever louder.Bang in form: Richard Hibbard has had a brilliant season for GloucesterSteffon Armitage (England, 5 caps)The forgotten man of English rugby, Steffon Armitage dominated the column inches before the 2015 World Cup as a solution to England’s openside problem, but his playing in France and a reputation for being difficult meant he never got a look-in under Stuart Lancaster. Having left Toulon in the summer, he now plies his trade with Pau.Ian Madigan (Ireland, 30 caps)Madigan is another whose star has waned since Johnny Sexton return to Leinster speeded up his flight to Bordeaux where he has endured a troubled time, with injury problems and a strained relationship with the management. The talented playmaker with drive Bristol’s push for promotion from the Championship next year and he will relish the opportunity to take to the big stage again.Playmaker: Ian Madigan is hoping for a fresh start with Bristol next seasonRuan Pienaar (South Africa, 89 caps)A much-loved son of Ulster bade his tearful farewell to the Kingspan weeks ago and the 89-cap Springbok, who controversially was blocked from finishing his career with Ulster by the IRFU, who felt he was blocking the pathway of up and coming scrum-halves; this after fellow Springbok Jaco Taute was given an extended contract for Munster, Pienaar will be keen to show his quality before he takes up a contract in the Top 14.Catch them while you canThierry Dusautoir (France, 80 caps)There was barely a ripple of acknowledgement when Thierry Dusautoir announced his retirement, here in the UK, and Dusautoir would have had no problem going under the radar. The former French captain, who famously made 38 tackles against the All Blacks in the 2007 World Cup, goes down as one of the best back-rows of the last decade and he deserves a big stage to go out. Bon voyage, Titi. LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS Forwards: Patricio Albacete (Toulouse & Argentina), Steffon Armitage (Pau & England), Schalk Brits (Saracens & South Africa), Thierry Dusautoir (Toulouse & France), Corey Flynn (Star RFC & New Zealand), Ben Franks (London Irish & New Zealand), Gillian Galan (Toulouse), Richard Hibbard (Gloucester & Wales), Facundo Isa (Lyon & Argentina), Census Johnston (Toulouse & Samoa), Mikheil Nariashvili (Montpellier & Georgia), WP Nel (Edinburgh & Scotland), Mike Ross (Leinster & Ireland), Joe Tekori (Toulouse & Samoa), Jeremy Thrush (Gloucester & New Zealand). TAGS: Highlight Vern Cotter has recruited a team of highly talented expendables for his mission to storm Twickenham and the watching crowd are in for a treat… French legend: Thierry Dusautoir is one of the best backrows in the last decadeMike Ross (Ireland, 61 caps)For many years, Ireland fretted about how their scrum would buckle without the dependable Dr Mike Ross anchoring the scrum, but just in time, a 19st youngster from County Wexford called Tadhg Furlong picked up the baton. A top-class tighthead for Leinster and Ireland, he hangs up his boots this summer, and tweeted that he’d finally be able to unleash his creative talents with the BaaBaas. We look forward to seeing what he has up his sleeve…Adam Ashley-Cooper (Australia, 116 caps)The 116-cap Wallaby was unceremoniously dumped by Bordeaux at the end of this season, forcing him to head to Japan but the utility back who can play in midfield, on the wing and a full-back will know his way to the try-line at Twickenham, after scoring four tries there during the 2015 World Cup.Finisher: Adam Ashley-Cooper plundered 37 tries for the Wallabies in a brilliant careerThrill machinesTimoci Nagusa (Fiji, 24 caps)Barbarians coach Vern Cotter will be working with the explosive Nagusa next year at Montpellier so he’ll know all about the 6ft 2in, 16st powerhouse who can step you, run over you or put a team-mate away with a deft offload. Jonny May and Marland Yarde will need to be on high-alert when the former policeman gets the ball.Facundo Isa (Argentina, 23 caps)In last year’s Rugby Championship, when he faced the likes of Kieran Read and David Pocock from the base of the scrum, Facundo Isa did not look out of place. Powerfully set, he has been schooled under Daniel Hourcade’s Pumas and the Jaguares, so playing high-risk, high-reward rugby comes naturally. Much to the chargin of the Pumas, he heads back to Toulon on a two-year contract in the summer.Big impression: Facundo Isa was one of the stars of last year’s Rugby ChampionshipWaisea Nayacalavu (uncapped)A former Fijian Sevens player, Nayacelevu has been scoring at the rate of every other game for Stade Francais since moving to the Top 14 in 2013. A rangy 6ft 5in, his long-stride and offloading skills mean he’s very difficult to shackle.Barbarians squadBacks: Horacio Agulla (Castres & Argentina), Adam Ashley-Cooper (Bordeaux Begles & Australia), Yann David (Toulouse and France), Kahn Fotuali’i (Bath Rugby & Samoa), Robbie Freuan (Bath Rugby), Rory Kockott (Castres & France), Ian Madigan (Bordeaux Begles & Ireland), Timoci Nagusa (Montpellier & Fiji), Waisea Nayacalavu (Stade Francais & Fiji), Ruan Pienaar (Ulster & South Africa), David Smith (Castres), Frans Steyn (Montpellier & South Africa). Unfancied: The wildly talented Alex Goode is a late Barbarians addition
Scale of PLY / NOJI ArchitectsSave this projectSaveScale of PLY / NOJI Architects photographs: Alice ClancyPhotographs: Alice ClancySave this picture!© Alice ClancyRecommended ProductsDoorsLibartVertical Retracting Doors – Panora ViewDoorsLinvisibileLinvisibile Curved Hinged Door | AlbaDoorsVitrocsaGlass Technology in Hotel BeaulacDoorsGorter HatchesRoof Hatch – RHT AluminiumText description provided by the architects. The HouseThis Victorian two storey house was dark and damp with a poorly constructed conservatory as the main source of light and link to the garden. The re design of the ground floor knocked the ground floor walls in the return to open out the kitchen into a new extended kitchen/ dining space. The layout maximises the South West orientation and allows both internal window seat and external covered areas to relate to the garden.Save this picture!© Alice ClancyThe FormThe form of the new build plywood structure is a series of interconnecting triangular plains. These plains are positioned to allow light deep into the plan as the sun moves across the house during the day. The plains are supported on a prefabricated plywood lattice structure supported off a glulam beam.Save this picture!Floor PlanThe Structure1. The plywood glulam beams support the first floor and are in turn supported using a cruxiform steel column as the only structural steel used in the build. The junction between the two glulam beams was created using a simple lap joint between the beams with long screw connections.Save this picture!Detail2.The glulam beam frames the ceiling over the kitchen, the ceiling is made up of a prefabricated triangular plywood module laminated in situ creating a diagrid structure and braced by a skin of plywood, acting as the floor for the first floor.Save this picture!© Alice Clancy3. The structure over the new build area to the side of the glulam beam is a skewed lattice structure, made up of prefabricated plywood beams interconnecting to form the structural frame and to carry the glass and solid plains above.Save this picture!SectionEfficiency and ValuePlywood is used in three very different structural solutions within this project for its aesthetic, structural and economic properties. The structure was prefabricated off site where possible reducing time on site and increasing accuracy and quality of the build.Save this picture!© Alice ClancyThis project was a multi-disciplinary effort between the Contracting firm , the Structural engineers and the Architect and shows that with early collaboration between all parties a well-considered and well-built solution can be found to the brief. Save this picture!© Alice ClancyProject gallerySee allShow lessINNOCAD Founder Martin Lesjak Named Contract’s Designer of the Year 2015Architecture NewsMalaysia Airlines Flight 17 Victims Honored with “Memorial in the Sky”Architecture News Share 2014 Year: Year: CopyAbout this officeNOJI ArchitectsOfficeFollowProductsWoodSteelConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesRefurbishmentExtensionDublinHousesRefurbishmentIrelandPublished on February 03, 2015Cite: “Scale of PLY / NOJI Architects” 03 Feb 2015. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
Year: ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/931146/ha-long-house-toob-studio Clipboard Houses “COPY” “COPY” Vietnam Architects: TOOB STUDIO Area Area of this architecture project ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/931146/ha-long-house-toob-studio Clipboard 2019 Photographs Projects Photographs: Triệu ChiếnSteel Works:ThaosteeWood Furniture :Gia Long interiorLighting:Alis LightingConcrete Works:Vietbeton artCountry:VietnamMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Triệu ChiếnRecommended ProductsWoodSculptformTimber Click-on BattensBlinds / Mosquito Nets / CurtainsBANDALUXConcealed Blind System – One-BoxEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesAlucoilStructural Honeycomb Panels – LarcoreWoodLunawoodThermowood FacadesText description provided by the architects. Ha Long, a diverse terrain city including mountains and hills, valleys and coast. Because of that, it has advantages about tourism and economy, it also has powerful urbanization.Save this picture!© Triệu ChiếnSave this picture!Third floor planSave this picture!© Triệu ChiếnHowever, we found that Ha Long is focusing too much on new construction development, that is the main cause of quickly increasing building density and narrowing people’s living environment. With that circumstance, the solution for this project is creating ventilated spaces in contrast to the dense development of the city, and keeping family members connected as well. Which needs to be paid attention in today’s rapid economic development. Save this picture!© Triệu ChiếnThe house is located about 1km from the seashore, designed with open space to get full fresh air from the sea. Except the private spaces, everything in the house is flawlessly connected. Imagine that the wife cleaning at the front yard can easily has a conversation with the husband gardening at the back yard. Children playing upstairs can see their parents anytime they want. Save this picture!© Triệu ChiếnThe house is really for free and generous way of life, exactly like the local’s character. Save this picture!© Triệu ChiếnProject gallerySee allShow lessSoboro House / kennedytwaddleSelected ProjectsLopez Design Office / DADA & PartnersSelected Projects Share CopyHouses•Vietnam ArchDaily Area: 300 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Hạ Long House / TOOB STUDIOSave this projectSaveHạ Long House / TOOB STUDIOSave this picture!© Triệu Chiến+ 34Curated by Paula Pintos Share Hạ Long House / TOOB STUDIO CopyAbout this officeTOOB STUDIOOfficeFollow#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesOn FacebookVietnamPublished on January 01, 2020Cite: “Hạ Long House / TOOB STUDIO” 01 Jan 2020. ArchDaily. Accessed 10 Jun 2021.
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Pinterest One of the key components of Ector County ISD’s strategic plan is to prepare students for college, career and military — whatever their choice may be after high school graduation.One of the ways the district celebrates these accomplishments is by decorating the front of each school with signs. That is, yard signs highlighting the colleges, universities, military commitments, or career tracks the graduates have chosen to pursue, a news release stated.At the end of this week, each of ECISD’s five high schools will honor the Class of 2021 by planting the yard signs in a very visible place to not only honor this year’s grads but also to create a tangible example for underclassmen to emulate.This will be the second year in a row that ECISD high schools have done this for the graduating seniors. Previous article‘Energy Independence Act’ passes out of Texas HouseNext articleCity Council approves erosion control project Odessa American EducationECISD Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Twitter Signs of graduation are popping up everywhere WhatsApp Facebook By Odessa American – May 12, 2021 Facebook
WhatsApp Taoiseach branded a ‘disgrace’ by FF member Twitter Twitter Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Facebook Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA The Taoiseach has been branded a ‘disgrace’ by a member of his own party over his handling of the Leo Varadkar controversy.At a Fianna Fail parliamentary party meeting last night, Micheal Martin was told there’s ‘palpable anger’ among members seeing him out as the ‘chief flag flyer’ for the Tanaiste.In a scathing attack at last night’s meeting, Marc MacSharry said he was ‘beyond disgust’ at the Taoiseach’s defence of Leo Varadkar, who he described as ‘the sacred cow’.The South Donegal Deputy said there wasn’t ‘a six year old in the country’ who couldn’t see through the Tanaiste’s ‘fairy tale account’ for leaking a confidential IMO contract to a rival GP union.He said there was ‘palpable anger’ throughout the country from members to see the Taoiseach out as his ‘chief flag flyer’.He criticised Micheal Martin for throwing Barry Cowen and Darragh Calleary ‘under the bus’ and claimed the Taoiseach’s ‘obsession’ with Sinn Fein and the troubles handed them hundreds of thousands of votes they were never getting back.He then accused his leader of being the cause of the party’s poor polling rating.Former Agriculture Minister Barry Cowen also voiced his frustration at the Taoiseach for not get treated in the same way as the Tanaiste. Pinterest Google+ Previous articleNI Executive to review four-week circuit breaker lockdownNext article30 new Covid identified at schools in last week News Highland RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Homepage BannerNews WhatsApp Google+ Facebook Pinterest By News Highland – November 5, 2020 Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme Community Enhancement Programme open for applications