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Global Yield Curve Inverts in Signal a Recession Is Brewing

Global Yield Curve Inverts in Signal a Recession Is Brewing

(Bloomberg) — Global bonds joined US peers in signaling a recession, with a gauge measuring the worldwide yield curve inverting for the first time in at least two decades. Most Read from Bloomberg The average yield on sovereign debt maturing in 10 years or more has fallen below that of securities due in one-to-three years, …

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Ontario Teachers’ investing in UK energy network, CPPIB acquiring stake in Brazilian internet provider

Ontario Teachers’ investing in UK energy network, CPPIB acquiring stake in Brazilian internet provider

Ontario Teachers’ investing in UK energy network, CPPIB acquiring stake in Brazilian internet provider The Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan is acquiring a stake in a UK renewable electricity network. According to the terms of an agreement with Scottish and… By: Staff November 29, 2022 November 29, 2022 12:00 Expert panel: China’s ESG mask briefs Reports …

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Stellar Space Weather Effects On Potentially Habitable Planets

Stellar Space Weather Effects On Potentially Habitable Planets

Press Release astro-ph.EP November 29, 2022 Habitable Planet And Its Host Star SpaceRef Stellar activity can reveal itself in the form of radiation (eg, enhanced X-ray coronal emission, flares) and particles (eg, winds, coronal mass ejections). Together, these phenomena shape the space weather around (exo)planets. As stars evolve, so do their different forms of activity …

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Study: COVID-19 Hospital Entrance Screening Might Not Be Worth It

Study: COVID-19 Hospital Entrance Screening Might Not Be Worth It

COVID-19 symptom and exposure screening at hospital entrances turned away fewer than 0.1% of patients, visitors, and health workers, according to a single center’s experience screening nearly 1 million people, raising doubts about its utility. At a cost of more than $1.3 million (over $2,000 for each of the 631 people denied entry), catching those …

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Weather Network reveals Ontario’s winter forecast

Weather Network reveals Ontario’s winter forecast

While Ontario is currently experiencing a brief recovery from the cold temperatures of last week, winter-like conditions are soon forecast to return. According to The Weather Network, La Niña – a weather pattern characterized by cold ocean temperatures in the equatorial Pacific Ocean – is returning to Canada for a rare third winter, likely meaning …

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Beijing warns against ‘excessive and arbitrary’ enforcement of COVID-19 measures after protests

Beijing warns against ‘excessive and arbitrary’ enforcement of COVID-19 measures after protests

Epidemic control workers stand guard outside a community in lockdown, in Beijing, on Nov. 29.Kevin Frayer/Getty Images Beijing has acknowledged the public anger surrounding its tough COVID-19 policies, just days after anti-lockdown protests in cities across the country. However, at a news conference in the capital Tuesday, top health officials did not chart a course …

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Ireland to loosen strict cap on bankers’ pay and bonuses

Ireland to loosen strict cap on bankers’ pay and bonuses

The Irish government is loosening the strict caps on bankers’ pay and bonuses imposed after the financial crisis, as it dismantles a regime that lenders say has hurt their ability to attract and retain staff. Finance minister Paschal Donohoe announced the steps, which were approved by the cabinet, after a year-long review of the retail …

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YRP helicopter nabs suspects running away from home with ladder amid rash of break-ins

YRP helicopter nabs suspects running away from home with ladder amid rash of break-ins

York Regional Police are warning the public about an uptick in home break-ins as the days get shorter and they say one recent incident where the suspects were caught running away with a ladder was captured on video by a door-cam and police helicopter. The incident occurred in Aurora on Nov. 12. Police said the …

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Breathtaking image of galaxy cluster made with X-ray and radio data

Breathtaking image of galaxy cluster made with X-ray and radio data

A structure in the heart of the Perseus galaxy cluster can now be seen as an otherworldly display of reds and blues thanks to a new technique that involves X-ray and radio data. This technique merges radio data from the LOFAR (Low Frequency Array) radio telescope array and X-ray data from NASA’s Chandra X-ray observatory. …

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