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World markets are loving Emmanuel Macron - the favourite to be France's next President. There was a global surge today in the wake of the French election first round vote. The JSE was not left out. And the rand rallied to a three-month high. When investors are feeling confident, they take on riskier investments in emerging markets like our own. And that's what happened today. Here's a look at the performance of the rand since January. Today, it rallied to a three-week high and, at one stage it was a percent and a half stronger against the dollar. It reached the best level of below R12.98 to the dollar. But by the close, it had weakened to about R13 to the dollar. To put this in context it's now close to levels last seen just before the cabinet reshuffle that sent the rand into freefall. But it's not as good as the levels seen before the rumours began that former finance minister, Pravin Gordhan, would be sacked. For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
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Rarely seen Martin Boyle. The two front players for Hibs... And that's Grant Halt. Here comes the reshuffle I was mentioning. He has to do something
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Hibs need to reshuffle the pack soon. Hayes tries to keep.
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Finance Minister, Malusi Gigaba, is attending the Spring Meetings and is also meeting investors. This as South Africa battles the fallout of a cabinet reshuffle and two downgrades. This is what he had to say from Washington earlier. For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
The Guardian - Sport
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Ibrahimovic’s season might be over after he twisted a knee against Anderlecht but the injury allowed match-winner Marcus Rashford to switch to the centre The final act of normal time featured the sad sight of Zlatan Ibrahimovic twisting his right knee and being taken off as the tie moved into extra time. Yet this would have a beneficial side effect for Manchester United with what happened in the 107th minute of the contest. Ibrahimovic’s exit meant a reshuffle as on came Anthony Martial, who took Marcus Rashford’s wide-left berth, with the No19 becoming centre-forward – and his deflected left-foot finish took his side into the Europa League semi-finals. Continue reading...
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Ibrahimovic’s season might be over after he twisted a knee against Anderlecht but the injury allowed match-winner Marcus Rashford to switch to the centre The final act of normal time featured the sad sight of Zlatan Ibrahimovic twisting his right knee and being taken off as the tie moved into extra time. Yet this would prove a sizeable slice of luck for Manchester United because of what occurred in the 107th minute of the contest. Ibrahimovic’s exit meant a reshuffle as on came Anthony Martial, who took Marcus Rashford’s wide-left berth, with the No19 becoming centre-forward – and his deflected left-foot finish took his side into the Europa League semi-finals. Continue reading...
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This much heralded bill will fail. So, does the Chair of the committee agree with me and my Labour colleagues that rather than call an election, which the Prime Minister believes is in her interest, the Government would have been better sticking to facing the task of fixing the prisons crisis? I don't think it is an either all, but I appreciate the spirit in which the honourable gentleman always approached his work on the select committee. One of the sadnesses is that we've lost a number of members of the opposition party from the select committee as part of the reshuffle, and I welcome.
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There is not as much legislation going on because of that. You might have to account for the fact that she may have a reshuffle. She.
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has a reshuffle, she might want to change departments round, so that will also affect smaller legislation going through as well, because different ministers may have different priorities in mind. Fascinating. A very much. -- thank.
The Economic Times
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Equity volatility has dropped around the world this year, with the MSCI Emerging Markets Index sliding more than 1 percent just four times since mid-December. “I dont think it’s the national team supporting the market,” said Hao Hong, chief strategist at Bocom International Holdings Co. in Hong Kong, referring to the local nickname for state-run funds. “Volatility around global markets is down.” Thebearish trend” in Chinese stocks isnt over, Hong said. Despite avoiding big daily losses, the Shanghai Composite has retreated for four straight days and is down 3.6 percent from this year’s high on April 11. Still, some investors are convinced the government will act to prop up share prices. CSRC Chairman Liu Shiyu said last year that the state will intervenedecisively” if needed to bolster the market, while stability has been a key focus of policy makers in 2017 as the ruling Communist Party prepares for a twice-a-decade leadership reshuffle toward year-end.
The Sun Daily
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There are 56 state seats in Selangor with 14 held by DAP, PKR (13), PAS (13), BN (12), PAN (two) and Independent (two). Meanwhile, a senior lecturer at the Faculty of Social Science and Humanity, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Associate Professor Datuk Dr Samsul Adabi Mamat, said the political cooperation between PAS and PKR , if terminated, would have a huge impact on the Selangor government’s administration. However, it would no be to an extent of a reshuffle in the state cabinet with their term ending soon, he said. He said the real effect would be known during the coming general election when PAS would be sought after and at that time the party should state its stand on whether it wanted to have the “tahaluf siyasi” with Barisan Nasional (BN) or Pakatan Harapan or to be on its own. "PAS is now like a golden egg which is sought after by two parties,” he said, adding that this was in the wake of the party targeting 40 parliamentary seats in the coming general election.