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  • Zero hunger

    The country joins the international community in observing World Food Day today, less than a week after pollster Social Weather Stations released the results of its third quarter survey showing an increase in self-rated hunger.

    philstar.com
  • Hedge Funds Are Getting Destroyed

    While today's cash market session started off confused, with the Dow crossing the unchanged line numerous times before the selloff once again accelerating, it follows a furious plunge yesterday which was driven by momentum stocks, and as noted yesterday, the MSCI USA Momentum ETF (MTUM) suffered it worst performance day ever on Wednesday. The problem, as we discussed over the summer especially in the aftermath of the Facebook Q2 earnings fiasco, is that many of these momentum names are also...

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  • Vision Zero Action Plan

    Denver city officials want to hear from residents and neighborhood groups about projects to make walkers safer. They are asking people to visit denvergov.org/VisionZero to share their input.

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  • Has Vision Zero lost its way?

    Laura Laker looks at the question in the Guardian, and talks to TreeHugger.

    TreeHugger
  • No suicide reduction target but zero: Hunt

    Health Minister Greg Hunt says aiming for no suicides at all in Australia is the only suicide reduction target he will commit to.Lifeline is among mental...

    Mail Online
  • Ericsson zeroes in on industrial 5G opportunities

    INTERVIEW: Niklas Heuveldop, Ericsson SVP and head of Market Area North America (pictured), tipped industrial ... The post Ericsson zeroes in on industrial 5G opportunities appeared first on Mobile World Live.

    Mobile World Live
  • Zero Trust technology works; excuses don't

    Security implementation has never been a technology problem -- it's a management, leadership, and ownership issue.

    ZDNet
  • Thousands line up for zero-down-payment, subprime mortgages

    Following the subprime mortgage crisis, low-income borrowers with low credit scores were locked out of homeownership. Now a major player in the subprime crisis is backing new loans to the same borrowers but with a far different product.

    CNBC
  • Controlling chemical reactions near absolute zero

    It is an understatement to say that chemical reactions take place everywhere, constantly. In both nature and the lab, chemistry is ubiquitous. But despite advances, it remains a fundamental challenge to gain a complete understanding and control over all aspects of a chemical reaction, such as temperature and the orientation of reacting molecules and atoms.

    phys.org
  • These Are Top 5 Sources Of Risk In 2018 (And How To Hedge Against Them)

    Morgan Stanley calls them "rolling bear markets"; to others they are just occasional sharp, sometimes harrowing, price drops across various asset classes which however fail to drag down the entire market. Starting in January with the sharp spike in rates, then continuing with a big drop in tech names, a spike in Italian bond yields which then morphed into an EM selloff and commodity plunge due to trade wars, the sequence of selloffs culminated last week with the sudden rise in US rates during...

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  • Balyasny Shutters His "Best Ideas" Hedge Fund

    While the S&P may be trading just shy of its all time highs, hedge funds are having another miserable year, and according to HFRX, as of today, the average equity hedge fund was not only down on the year, but the performance was at 2018 lows. Of course, this is hardly news in a time when the "2 and 20" crowd has had an acute difficult generating alpha, resulting in almost daily reports of prominent hedge funds shuttering. Case in point, yesterday Reuters reported that the once-iconic...

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  • Scientists zero in on cause of unusual Indonesian disaster

    Almost a week after a quake-tsunami wreaked devastation in central Indonesia, scientists are zeroing in on what they believe caused the highly unusual...

    Mail Online
  • Watchdog: US unprepared for ‘zero tolerance’ immigration

    Homeland Security's watchdog says immigration officials were not prepared to manage the consequences of its "zero tolerance" policy at the border, which resulted in the separation of nearly 3,000 children from parents.

    miamiherald
  • Watchdog: US Unprepared for Consequences of 'Zero Tolerance'

    Border Patrol did not ensure that children separated from their parents who were too young to talk could be properly identified.

    Snopes.com
  • Watchdog: US unprepared for ‘zero tolerance’ immigration

    Homeland Security's watchdog says immigration officials were not prepared to manage the consequences of its "zero tolerance" policy at the border, which resulted in the separation of nearly 3,000 children from parents.

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  • Watchdog: US unprepared for consequences of 'zero tolerance'

    WASHINGTON (AP) - Homeland Security's internal watchdog says immigration officials were not prepared to manage the consequences of its "zero tolerance"...

    Mail Online
  • Watchdog: US unprepared for consequences of 'zero tolerance'

    WASHINGTON (AP) - Homeland Security's internal watchdog says immigration officials were not prepared to manage the consequences of its "zero tolerance" policy at the border this summer that resulted in the separation of nearly 3,000 children from parents. The report made public Tuesday found one child was held as long ...

    www.washingtontimes.com
  • Watchdog: US unprepared for consequences of ‘zero tolerance’

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Immigration officials were not prepared this summer to manage the consequences of a “zero tolerance” policy at the Southwest border, which resulted in the separation of nearly 3,000 children from their parents,…

    WTOP
  • Ford: ‘Zero chance’ I would confuse Kavanaugh with other student

    The woman accusing Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault quickly dismissed a theory that circulated online Thursday that she may have confused him with another classmate."There is zero chance that...

    TheHill
  • Zero-Down Subprime Mortgages Are Back, What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

    Ten years after the collapse of Lehman Brothers, banks are once again taking bets on the same type of loans that nearly collapsed the economy amid a flurry of emergency bailouts and unprecedented consolidations.  Bank of America has backed a $10 billion program from Boston-based brokerage Neighborhood Assistance Corporation of America (NACA), to offer zero-down mortgages to low-income borrowers with poor credit scores, according to CNBC. NACA has been conducting four-day events in cities...

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  • Wilks zeros in on offense as Arizona drops to 1-5

    Arizona coach Steve Wilks was asked if offensive coordinator Mike McCoy's job was in jeopardy

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  • Wilks zeros in on offense as Arizona drops to 1-5

    TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) - Arizona Cardinals coach Steve Wilks had a blunt answer when asked if offensive coordinator Mike McCoy's job is in jeopardy. "I would say all our jobs are in jeopardy," Wilks said, "including mine if we don't win." Such is the mood of the first-year coach and ...

    www.washingtontimes.com
  • Wilks zeros in on offense as Arizona drops to 1-5

    Arizona Cardinals coach Steve Wilks had a blunt answer when asked if offensive coordinator Mike McCoy's job is in jeopardy. "I would say all our jobs are in jeopardy," Wilks … Click to Continue

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  • Wilks zeros in on offense as Arizona drops to 1-5

    Arizona Cardinals coach Steve Wilks had a blunt answer when asked if offensive coordinator Mike McCoy's job is in jeopardy. "I would say all our jobs are in jeopardy," Wilks … Click to Continue

    thenewstribune