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first_imgIts €1bn in equities produced 3%, while unlisted holdings returned 6.4% and real estate 9.9%.The R1 fund, with close to €1.6bn in assets, found less success with its bond holdings.The €1.2bn allocation returned 0.88% through to December 2013, as the overall portfolio provided 5.8%.Its €195m in equities produced a 5.9% return as the fund saw losses on its real estate portfolio.Unlisted assets returned 6.8%.The €3.9m Corum Co fund, made up entirely of bond holdings, returned 6.65% as the fixed income portfolio provided 5.4%.UMR operated two of its own equity portfolios, the Select Europe fund and the UMR Select OECD fund.The select fund saw returns hit 20.74% over the course of 2013, as OECD allocations returned 12.23%.UMR said the Europe fund remained overweight euro-zone equities, as allocations to the currency zone reached 15%.It’s OECD Select fund saw its returns come from its 60% allocation to North American equities, primarily US consumer stocks and listed real estate investments.The fund also retained 22% allocations to emerging markets, with a direct 2.8% allocation to local Chinese listed entities.Across the two funds, UMR’s allocations over 2013 leave it with 50% in European equities, 28% in the US and 11% in emerging markets, with the remainder in Japan, Australia and Canada.The UMR Select Alternative fund returned 5.83%, as the pension reasserted its commitment to unlisted investments, including 3.4% of the Corem fund, in both private equity and infrastructure. France’s €7.6bn multi-scheme UMR saw positive returns over 2013 on the back of fixed income and equity investments, as some real estate holdings failed to contribute.Comprising three funds – Corem, R1 and Corem Co – UMR saw strong returns from the equity portfolios it manages as a whole.The €6.1bn Corem fund returned 5% over the course of the year, with its €3.4bn in bond holdings supplying 5% returns.With around 300,000 members, two-thirds of which are still active, the fund maintains a higher equity and growth asset allocation compared with its peers.last_img read more

first_imgILOILO City – The Department of Health (DOH)is adopting new “surveillance definitions” or nomenclatures in the reporting ofcases that for several weeks it had been calling as persons under investigation(PUI), persons under investigation (PUM) and positive cases. A “confirmed case” is “any individual,irrespective of presence or absence of clinical signs and symptoms, who waslaboratory-confirmed for COVID-19 in a test conducted at the national referencelaboratory, a subnational reference laboratory, and/or officially accreditedlaboratory testing facility.” * individuals with fever or cough or shortnessof breath or other respiratory signs or symptoms fulfilling any one of thefollowing conditions: aged 60 years and above; with a comorbidity; assessed ashaving a high-risk pregnancy; health worker According to Convocar, these new labels werein the Philippine Institute for Microbiology and Infectious Diseases’ (PSMID)Clinical Practice Guidelines (CPG) on COVID-19 that DOH has adopted. * ILI (influenza-like illness) cases with anyone of the following:  with no otheretiology that fully explains the clinical presentation and a history of travelto or residence in an area that reported local transmission of COVID-19 diseaseduring the 14 days prior to symptom onset, or with contact to a confirmed orprobable case of COVID-19 during the 14 days prior to the onset of symptoms * suspect who underwent testing for COVID-19but not conducted in a national or subnational reference laboratory orofficially accredited laboratory for COVID-19 confirmatory testing A “suspect case” is a person who is presentingwith any of the conditions: * suspect case for whom testing could not beperformed for any reasoncenter_img These definitions are consistent with thelatest World Health Organization Global Surveillance for COVID-19 diseaseinterim guidance (as of March 20, 2020), Convocar added. A “probable case” is a suspect case whofulfills anyone of the following: Beginning today, DOH would be transitioning tothree new terms: “suspect case”, “probable case” and “confirmed case”,according to Regional Director Marlyn Convocar. * a suspect case whom testing for COVID-19 isinconclusive * all SARI (severe acute respiratory infection) cases where noother etiology fully explains the clinical presentation “PSMID’s CPG on COVID-19 shall be used in theclinical management of COVID-19 cases in all hospitals and health facilities,both public and private, subject to continuous update by the society,” statedHealth secretary Francisco Duque III in Department Memorandum Order No.2020-0138 dated March 31, 2020./PNlast_img read more

first_imgRelatedAudio: Eguma not new to league ultimatum – OvokeAugust 14, 2017In “Nigeria”Women’s AITEO Cup final preview: Badly wounded Rivers Angels seek healing in JosOctober 16, 2017In “Nigeria”AUDIO: We Want To Win The Aiteo Cup – MaikabaSeptember 14, 2017In “Nigeria” Rivers United midfielder Esosa Igbinoba says the Club have shifted their attention to the Aiteo Cup after beating Remo Stars 3-1 in the league on Sunday.Goals by Bernard Ovoke, Emeka Ogbugh and Esosa ensured they bounced back to winning ways after being held to a 1-1 draw by Katsina United in Port Harcourt on Matchday 33.“We came all out to fight for the three points. We’ve been pushed to the wall. We know where we are on the log and we told ourselves that we just have to fight to get the three maximum points,” the former Nasarawa United star said after the win over Remo.“The spirit was a little bit low, but when we heard that the coach was given a three match ultimatum, we talked to ourselves that this can’t happen.“We are all in this together, so we have to fight and push everybody to the top. That’s why we came all the way to get the three maximum points.He added: “We are out of the race for the title, we are shifting) our attention to the (Aiteo) Cup.”  Writer:                                                                                                                                                                  Kingsley Oyerolast_img read more

first_imgGUEST ANALYST: Mark Gubicza, a broadcaster for the Angels and a former World Series champion during his 14-year career as a big league pitcher, will serve as the Southern California News Group’s analyst during the World Series.GAME 3 PITCHING MATCHUP: Yu Darvish vs. Lance McCullers Jr. “Darvish is very comfortable in that yard, even though it wouldn’t be (considered) a real pitcher’s park. Darvish is trusting his fastball more of late, because of a slight change in his delivery. In this day and age, it’s all about making people swing and miss (at breaking balls), but the fastball is still the No. 1 pitch for me. … McCullers is the other side of the spectrum. Look at the percentage of curveballs thrown (47.3 percent, highest in majors). The spin rate is outstanding. The swing-and-miss rate is off the charts. He is ultra competitive. At times I think he gets so intense, he struggles. The Dodgers may try to throw him off his game, stepping out of the batters’ box, trying to do something to get him off his focus.”WORTH WATCHING: “A performance like (Game 2) is huge for Chris Devenski. The outing is big for his confidence. They need him. (Closer Ken) Giles, if he misses, they can square that up. Devenski has that changeup. That’s so much more effective against the Dodgers than a guy who is going to try to power through them.”X FACTOR: “The Dodgers, who hit a lot of home runs, are going to a very homer-friendly ballpark, and they may really like it.” Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorlast_img read more

first_imgThe 2019 NASCAR Cup Series came to an anticlimactic end Sunday, with Kyle Busch winning at Homestead-Miami Speedway by nearly 5 seconds over Martin Truex Jr. to secure his second career championship.After the final pit stops were completed, Busch’s lead was never threatened. Truex, a playoff driver who dominated the race early, trailed by more than 8 seconds and needed a caution to have a chance to catch Busch. But there was only one caution all evening outside of post-stage yellows, and it happened in Stage 2. That prevented a dramatic finish and allowed Busch to breathe easy down the stretch.MORE: Steve Phelps on the direction of NASCARTruex led 103 laps Sunday and won the first stage going away. His fate turned during a second-stage pit stop when his crew switched the wrong tires. He was forced to head back down pit road immediately. He received the free pass on a caution and was back among the leaders shortly after but never controlled the race again.Denny Hamlin, who had the pole but lost the lead quickly, had an even more consequential pit mishap. He was fighting for the lead entering the final round of stops, but a piece of grill tape was placed over too much of the grill. That forced a second stop to avoid overheating. He finished 11th.The fourth driver racing for the championship, Kevin Harvick, led for 41 laps and had the lead briefly after a late restart, but he quickly fell back to a distant fourth.Busch had by far the fastest car in the second half of the race. He won the second stage and led 120 laps overall. His second Cup championship is his first without a bit of an asterisk — his 2015 title came during a season in which he received a medical waiver due to injury.Sporting News tracked live updates, highlights from the championship race. Follow along below.NASCAR at Homestead results: Championship race updates, highlights6:21 p.m.: CHECKERED. Kyle Busch is the 2019 Cup Series champion.6:16 p.m.: Busch still with a comfortable lead with eight to go. Truex has pulled to 5 seconds behind, but it will be too little, too late barring something unexpected.6:09 p.m.: Truex, when told his deficit is more than 7 seconds: “Holy s—.”6 p.m.: Busch’s lead on Truex is more than 8 seconds with fewer than 50 laps to go.5:55 p.m.: Catastrophe for Hamlin! Some misplaced grill tape on the last pit stop will require him to pit for a second time. Extremely costly mistake, which you can see below, along with the results.. @dennyhamlin is the first of the #Championship4 to hit pit road!Join us now on NBC to see who cycles to the front! pic.twitter.com/895LGK8fvJ— NASCAR (@NASCAR) November 17, 2019Look at all that water spewing out of @DennyHamlin ‘s car.He was experiencing overheating issues and had to pit. Heartbreak for the No. 11 team. #Championship4 pic.twitter.com/yuloDk2PIQ— NASCAR on NBC (@NASCARonNBC) November 17, 20195:53 p.m.: Larson, who was competing for the lead for much of the race, has engine issues that will knock him out of contention.5:50 p.m.: It seemed Truex was not going to pit, but instead he just does it laps after the other leaders. Harvick, though, does stay out. He seems to be betting on a caution.5:45 p.m.: Harvick has fallen back to sixth. Busch leads Hamlin and Truex.5:31 p.m.: All types of back-and-forth at the top of the field.Denny Hamlin passes Harvick for P2 and says: “It ain’t fuckin’ over.”Chris Gabehart: “None of us thought it was. Whole new ballgame now. B-F-H. Lock in.”— Jeff Gluck (@jeff_gluck) November 17, 20195:26 p.m.: An action-packed restart. Truex bumps Harvick, and Busch and Hamlin wrestle for the lead. Busch eventually wins the battle.Here comes Hamlin!The No. 11 rockets to the lead at @HomesteadMiami ! #Championship4 pic.twitter.com/jPxvhlRcw7— NASCAR (@NASCAR) November 17, 20195:20 p.m.: CAUTION. Truex inches up to third in the race off pit road to start the final stage. Busch, Harvick, Truex and Hamlin are the top four, in order.5:15 p.m.: Busch passes Harvick and wins Stage 2.Stage 2 winner and Championship leader: @KyleBusch !The entire #Championship4 is inside the top five! Watch on @NBC : https://t.co/8m7vF3Fdrw pic.twitter.com/6apATk3iYF— NASCAR on NBC (@NASCARonNBC) November 17, 20195:12 p.m.: Truex up to fourth, while Busch continues to try to chase down Harvick.5:05 p.m.: Harvick takes the lead from Busch shortly after the restart. Truex is gaining spots, but not exactlyflying up the field.4:55 p.m.: CAUTION. A massive break for Truex, who gets the free pass as John Hunter Nemechek spins out.4:47 p.m.: A bit of a disaster for Truex! The pit crew switches the tires incorrectly, and he will have to pit for a second time. That could be the opening the rest of the field needs.Disaster for Martin Truex Jr.!The team switched tires on pit road, switching the right front and left front! He’s now one lap down. #Championship4 pic.twitter.com/boW061Gvlk— NASCAR on NBC (@NASCARonNBC) November 17, 20194:29 p.m.: Busch got ahead off Truex off the restart, but that lead is extremely short-lived. Truex has by far the fastest car early.”POWER MOVE!” @MartinTruex_Jr gets by his Joe Gibbs Racing teammate Kyle Busch for the championship and race lead. #Championship4 on @NBC pic.twitter.com/9nNtswk5ru— NASCAR on NBC (@NASCARonNBC) November 17, 20194:22 p.m.: CAUTION. Busch gains a spot in the race off pit road, passing Larson for second during the post-stage yellow. Hamlin and Harvick trade places below them, pushing Harvick down into fifth.4:19 p.m.: Truex easily wins Stage 1, more than 2 seconds ahead of Larson and just under 4 seconds ahead of Busch in third. Truex led 60 of the 80 laps.4:11 p.m.: Truex has the lead, one spot ahead of Larson. The three other championship drivers follow.3:55 p.m.: Luckily for Busch, it was about time to pit anyway.”Just ran over something.”Early trouble for @KyleBusch in the championship race on @NBC . #Championship4 pic.twitter.com/7wtiOPJGqa— NASCAR on NBC (@NASCARonNBC) November 17, 20193:50 p.m.: Kyle Larson has broken up the championship four domination, moving into second place.3:41 p.m.: Truex is back into second. Harvick leads, and Hamlin and Busch are in third and fourth, respectively.3:32 p.m.: Truex quickly falls back into sixth.3:32 p.m.: GREEN FLAG. 3:07 p.m.: A programming note as we approach green flag.ATTENTION.THE REGULAR @NASCAR BROADCAST IS ON @NBC .The split-screen #Championship4 hyper-focused broadcast with @leighdiffey and @DaleJarrett is on NBCSN.— NASCAR on NBC (@NASCARonNBC) November 17, 20192:40 p.m.: A look at the final four drivers.It’s a long road to the #Championship4 .Before @KyleBusch , @DennyHamlin , @KevinHarvick and @MartinTruex_Jr race for a @NASCAR title today at 3PM ET on @NBC , see how each driver got to @HomesteadMiami . pic.twitter.com/dIrsRO88yv— NASCAR on NBC (@NASCARonNBC) November 17, 20192:30 p.m.: A tribute to Homestead.For now, we say goodbye to @HomesteadMiami Speedway as the host for the @NASCAR championship finale. @ByTimLayden on what it’s meant to the area following Hurricane Andrew, and what it’s meant to the series hosting great title-clinching moments. pic.twitter.com/LgEt6PkzQG— NASCAR on NBC (@NASCARonNBC) November 17, 2019last_img read more

first_imgFloyd’s death has sparked national outrage, and social justice demonstrations turned violent this week in Minneapolis and beyond. Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz activated the National Guard on Thursday in order to “help protect Minnesotans’ safety and maintain peace.”Kaepernick’s posts on Twitter and Instagram, both shared Thursday afternoon, addressed the rising anger across the country.MORE: Stephen Jackson opens up about friendship with George Floyd”When civility leads to death, revolting is the only logical reaction,” Kaepernick said. “The cries for peace will rain down, and when they do, they will land on deaf ears, because your violence has brought this resistance.”We have the right to fight back! Rest in power George Floyd.” A post shared by colin kaepernick (@kaepernick7) on May 28, 2020 at 9:47am PDTThe four officers involved in Floyd’s death were fired, which Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey said was “the right call.” The officer who was seen kneeling on Floyd’s neck in the video was later identified as Derek Chauvin. The FBI is investigating the incident. Colin Kaepernick is fully behind the ongoing protests taking place following the death of George Floyd in Minnesota.A video surfaced Monday showing a Minneapolis police officer pressing his knee into Floyd’s neck near a squad car. (Officers were responding to a report of a suspected forgery at the time.) Floyd repeatedly said he couldn’t breathe, and at one point he stopped moving and appeared to be unconscious. Floyd later died at a local hospital. Kaepernick became a prominent voice for social justice after choosing to kneel during the national anthem in 2016 while playing for the 49ers. “I am not going to stand up to show pride in a flag for a country that oppresses black people and people of color,” Kaepernick told NFL Media in August 2016. “To me, this is bigger than football and it would be selfish on my part to look the other way. There are bodies in the street and people getting paid leave and getting away with murder.”UPDATE: Chauvin was taken into custody and has been charged with third-degree murder and manslaughter, Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman announced Friday afternoon. View this post on Instagramlast_img read more