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story in The Guardian, about the judge seeking guidance on RBS, the Royal Bank of Scotland. Yes, this whole credit crisis seems like a long time ago but Fred Goodwin was one of the reasons I picked the story
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I paid for your hair with a credit card then the consumer Credit Act comes into play and you could well get your money back that way as in international condemnation of the latest test firing by North Korea ballistic missile the rocket flew around 250 miles across the sea towards Japan Francis president Emmanuel like home will hold talks with his Russian counterparts like a bit put in near Paris later it's their first meeting with it since I miss you my calls election earlier this month the film at Manchester United and Cardiff City footballer Derek Brazil is raising concerns about mental health in professional sports recent figures from the Professional Footballers Association suggested more players than ever a seeking help Stephen mellalieu is a professor of sport psychology at Cardiff Metropolitan University it is extremely demanding environment they have to come in there.
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he system Julian Bray aviation expert says be a face is a huge compensation bill from thousands of passengers left stranded it's going to run into many millions because there's two level compensation the European Commission of course Awards value for delays and it depends on how long your journey is and how long the delay is also remember if you've actually paid for your hair with a credit card then the consumer Credit Act comes into play and you could well get your money back that way and I feel for me and tell me I'm very thank you Mr this year was the sport and a bit of a stroll in the park for a throne history was there certainly was still no problems opening their Ulster championship defence yesterday at Celtic Park there a comfortable winners over 8 Derry the defending champion Torbay 22 points.
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Chelsea players to level compensation the European Commission of course Awards money for delays and it depends on how long your journey is and how long the delay is also remember if you've actually paid for your hair with a credit card then the consumer Credit Act comes into play and you could well get your money back that way North Korea has increased regional tensions by firing a short range ballistic missile into the sea of Japan Defying international attempts to rain in its nuclear program a missile launch 9th this year through immediate condemnation use on Korea correspondent Steve Evans this is the third missile test did apparently successfully in 3 weeks indicating the North Korea is making progress towards it's stated I'm having this as capable of carrying nuclear war.
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In a call for European unity, the German chancellor urged a crowd of supporters to "take our fate into our own hands," because, she says, the two nations are no longer reliable allies. (Image credit: Mattias Balk/AFP/Getty Images)
South China Morning Post
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Alarms bells are ringing for investors and analysts bullish on Kweichow Moutai, and other Chinese consumer stocks. While the Shanghai-listed shares of the liquor giant continued to set new highs in May, foreign investors have turned into net sellers of the stock through the Stock Connect programme over the past two months, and Credit Suisse Group now says it has become cautious on the sector as a whole, concerned valuations have been allowed to outpace earnings growth potential. The bearish...
The Economic Times
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MUMBAI | NEW DELHI: The plight of Reliance Communications is more serious than what credit rating agencies believe. The Anil Ambani-owned mobile phone operator has defaulted on its loan servicing obligations with more than 10 local banks, some of whom have categorised the exposure as "special mention account" in their asset books. SMA assets are loans where the interest payment from a borrower is overdue: if a loan isn't serviced within 30 days after falling due, it's marked as SMA 1and if unpaid for 60 days or more, it's classified as SMA 2. The loan becomes non-performing asset (NPA) - which requires a bank to provide for the loan and take a knock on profitability - if interest is unpaid for 90 days. Loans to the telco have been redflagged as either SMA1 or SMA2 by at least 10 lenders in India, a bank official told ET. A few banks will have to treat the account as an NPA after a fortnight, said another banker.
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In a call for European unity, the German chancellor urged a crowd of supporters to "take our fate into our own hands," because, she says, the two nations are no longer reliable allies. (Image credit: Mattias Balk/AFP/Getty Images)
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downgrading the country's credit rating since 1989. China's Finance Ministry said Moody 's was exaggerating the economic difficulties. Do you think they work? You might expect them to say that the China is on holiday along with the US and the UK and.
Bleacher Report
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The senior catcher went 2-for-3 at the plate and drove home four runs. Her two-run double put the Tigers ahead 2-0 in the top of the third, and she plated two more runs in the fourth to make it a 5-1 game. As a result of her efforts, Jaquish's teammates singled her out during the postgame celebration, per the Advocate 's James Bewers: Carley Hoover also deserves credit for entering the game in a difficult spot and shutting down the Seminoles offense. The junior right-hander came on in relief of Allie Walljasper with two outs in the fourth inning, runners on first and second and LSU leading 5-3. A wild pitch from Hoover allowed the runners to move up a base, but she forced Alex Powers to pop up and end the inning. Hoover also danced out of danger after Florida State loaded the bases with one out in the sixth. " When the bases were loaded and [Jessie] Warren was up, that wasn't the best situation," she said after the game, per Bewers .
Daily Mail - Australia
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Sydney financial expert, Canna Campbell, shared her steps to getting out of credit card debt at the end of this financial year. These include paying with cash and paying off your smallest debt first.
Futurity
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A giant, spinning, doughnut-shaped mass of molten or vaporized rockcalled a synestia—may form as planet-sized objects smash into each other in space, scientists propose in a new paper. And at one point early in its history, the Earth itself was likely a synestia, says Sarah Stewart, a professor in the earth and planetary sciences department at the University of California, Davis. Stewart and coauthor Simon Lock, a graduate student at Harvard University, describe the new object in the Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets . Synestias form when planet-sized objects crash into each other with high energy and angular momentum. This new object opens up new ways to think about how the moon formed, and they could be spotted in other solar systems. (Credit: Simon Lock) Lock and Stewart study how planets can form from a series of giant impacts.
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Agreement, and the acceptance of the traditions between the Nationalists and the Unionists in Ireland is something that has brought about long-term peace. Surely we can give credit to all of those who brought.
Ars Technica
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Can give this to AI—generally more visually interesting than "the cloud." (credit: Disney) Back when I was doing research, one of my advisors once joked that, if you wait long enough, you can produce an old result using new methods, manage to get it published, and everyone will be impressed. I think his time limit was 15 years. Apparently, when it comes to big ideas about science (rather than scientific results), the schedule's a bit accelerated. Just shy of 10 years ago, Chris Anderson, then Editor-in-Chief at Wired, published a piece in which he claimed that cloud computing was making the scientific method irrelevant. All those models and theories didn't matter, so long as an algorithm could identify patterns in your data. The piece was wrong then, as I explained at the time (see below). It hasn't gotten any more right in the meantime. Yet a quote from Chris Anderson's article led off a new column last month that essentially says Anderson was right, he just had the wrong reason.
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MUMBAI | NEW DELHI: The plight of Reliance Communications is more serious than what credit rating agencies believe. The Anil Ambani-owned mobile phone operator has defaulted on its loan servicing obligations with more than 10 local banks, some of whom have categorised the exposure as "special mention account" in their asset books. SMA assets are loans where the interest payment from a borrower is overdue: if a loan isn't serviced within 30 days after falling due, it's marked as SMA 1and if unpaid for 60 days or more, it's classified as SMA 2. The loan becomes non-performing asset (NPA) – which requires a bank to provide for the loan and take a knock on profitability – if interest is unpaid for 90 days. Loans to the telco have been redflagged as either SMA1 or SMA2 by at least 10 lenders in India, a bank official told ET. A few banks will have to treat the account as an NPA after a fortnight, said another banker.
South China Morning Post
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When Wu Qi and her husband traded in their Mazda 3 for a more expensive Mercedes Benz sedan, they applied for a 200,000 yuan (US$29,000) bank loan to help pay for it. They got the money within minutes. Quick and easy access to credit has encouraged many young Chinese to go into the red to buy cars and apartments they could not otherwise afford. They are the faces of Chinas growing addiction to debt, which along with government and corporate borrowing has raised fears of a looming crisis...
BBC Two Northern Ireland
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player is stripped of the ball. Tyrone to their credit have made it remarkably difficult for Derry. The minute a.
BBC Two Northern Ireland
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credit to you. I think the teams are coming out. You predicted ten points in the newspaper for Tyrone. Are you sticking with that? It could.
BBC Two Northern Ireland
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seems to know who it is. There is the John Deere, and there is Down's Brendan McArdle looking rather resplendent. Willie Quinn was the first person to get it right. They credit to you