Gavin Fisher

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Croatia vs Belgium live stream: Watch the game for free

The Group Stage of the 2022 World Cup continues, with Group F teams Croatia and Belgium kicking off at 10 a.m. ET. Croatia is coming off of an impressive 4-1 victory over Canada, but have not defeated Belgium since 2010. The Belgians, for their part, are facing the prospect of elimination after a shocking upset defeat at the hands of the Moroccan team. You’ll need Fox Sports to watch World Cup 2022 games this year, and if you don’t have it already and are looking for the best way to watch the free Croatia vs Belgium live stream on Thursday, there are a few live TV streaming services that will let you do it.
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Rates Spark: Lost In Translation

Fed Chair Powell has a clear ambition to hike by 50bp in December, and likely the same in February 2023, and maybe more. Given that, and a likely terminal funds rate of at least 5%, the drift lower in the US 10yr yield looks anomalous. Then again, year-end can be like that.
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Microsoft: You Can Finally Buy At Fair Valuation Now

Some members asked if it is time to buy Microsoft as its P/E and P/S multiples apparently signal a discount. A closer look shows there is no obvious discount yet. But a sum of the parts (SOTP) analysis shows that it is close to a fair valuation now. Thesis. Some...
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Elon Musk Says Some Twitter Users Should Expect To See Follower Count Drop: Here's Why

If Twitter users see a decline in their follower count, it's because Elon Musk is purging spam and fraudulent accounts from the microblogging service. What Happened: Musk took to Twitter to announce that the platform is removing bots and fake accounts, so users' follower count could drop. Why It's Important:...

Mother showing off her 11-years-old daughter’s luxe Christmas wish list

We like to check Pixie Curtis's Christmas wish list, daughter of prominent PR specialist Roxy Jacenko, for a glimpse into how the other half lives. The 11-year-old Sydney girl, who is also a successful businesswoman, is known for throwing a big party and receiving expensive presents from her business-savvy mother.

Aqua Donates $450,000 to Share Food Program, Launches Multi-Year Partnership to Fight Hunger

Share Food Program has announced a $450,000 donation through the Essential Foundation, the charitable giving arm of Aqua Pennsylvania, an Essential Utilities Company. The check was presented during an Aqua employee volunteer day and launched a new multi-year partnership to provide hunger relief for Delaware County residents served by both organizations.

Minnesota nurses vote to authorize strike

ST PAUL, Minn. — Nurses in the Twin Cities, Twin Ports and Two Harbors regions have cast their ballots, weighing in on Wednesday on a second potential strike. Minnesota Nurses Association (MNA) said that an "overwhelming" majority of union members voted in favor of an unfair labor practices strike.

Here are five local high school bowlers to keep an eye on this year

The Mid-Penn Conference doesn’t offer bowling as a varsity sport, but there is plenty of local prowess on area lanes. Bowling is a club sport locally, but boys and girls teams from 10 Mid-Penn Conference schools comprise the Harrisburg Area Interscholastic Bowling League. The teams compete in a 16-week season from October to March.

Penn student protesters won’t give up demands as disciplinary action looms

Students and community members rallied on the University of Pennsylvania’s campus Wednesday, urging the school to drop disciplinary action against students involved in protests. This fall, student activists disrupted the university’s convocation ceremony and homecoming football game, and maintained a protest encampment for over a month. Some say they’re...
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Japan begins power saving scheme amid supply concerns

Tokyo, Dec 1 (SocialNews.XYZ) Japan on Thursday began a power saving scheme in a bid to ensure a stable electricity supply throughout the winter months amid concerns over a possible power crunch.

Meet PennLive’s preseason boys all-star swimmers

Swimmers will hit the water in competition for the first time over the weekend with invitational meets ringing in the new season. Mid-Penn Conference meets follow beginning next week. So, since it’s time to cut through the pool water and shave a little time of personal bests, let’s look at...
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Austin Police Delay Release of Shooting Footage

Austin police have killed another person under strange circumstances. Rajan Moonesinghe, described by his family as a gentle giant and beloved uncle, was shot once in the back on the front porch of his home in the Bouldin neighborhood of South Austin. He was transported to a local hospital where he died. The department almost certainly has more detailed information to share because it has the officers' body worn camera video, which it presumably reviewed in compiling its public statement. That video, per department policy, should have been released on Nov. 29, 10 business days after the killing. As of press time, Nov. 30, the video has not been released.

Morning Notes

Braddock West Development Underway — “Wythe Street closure is part of sewer work ahead of construction.” [Alexandria Living Magazine]. It’s Thursday — Clear throughout the day. High of 45 and low of 33. Sunrise at 7:10 am and sunset at 4:48 pm. []. Man Missing...

Asian shares rise, dollar sways as slowing rate hike looms

SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Asian equities jumped on Thursday, while the dollar slid as investors poured into risky assets after Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell opened the door to a slowdown in the pace of monetary tightening. In an eagerly-awaited speech, Powell said the central bank could scale back the pace...
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Black Entrepreneur Talks About the Future of Cannabis

While Texas may not be the nation's model example of marijuana reform, recent local and national moves may force the state to catch up. As of Nov. 8, five more Texas cities have voted to decriminalize low-level marijuana possession. Austin voters overwhelmingly approved a measure decriminalizing possession of small amounts of cannabis in May (and the county hadn't been prosecuting people for that offense for years). Now, other Texas cities are following suit, with much credit to Ground Game Texas, the progressive nonprofit mobilizing liberal Texas voters. Measures like Austin's were on the ballot in Denton, San Marcos, Killeen, Elgin, and Harker Heights. All passed easily, with the slimmest win for cannabis possession being 60% of the vote in Harker Heights in Bell County and the strongest showing in San Marcos with 82% of the vote.

Thousands Still Without Power in New England Thursday

Thousands of households in New England remained without power Thursday morning, following the stormy conditions that whipped through the Northeast Wednesday evening. As of around 5 a.m., there were still 1,271 customers in Massachusetts without power, according to the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency. At one point Wednesday night, there were...