SNP makes an attempt to ‘affect’ EU member states as ‘naked confronted’ cheek on Brexit uncovered | Politics | Information – NEWPAPER24

SNP makes an attempt to ‘affect’ EU member states as ‘naked confronted’ cheek on Brexit uncovered | Politics | Information. In correspondence obtained by way of a Freedom of Info request, officers at Scotland Home in Brussels advised ministers in Edinburgh they need to take a a lot “extra systematic strategy” when responding to European Fee consultations and professional working events. The recommendation from Scotland Brussels Home was despatched as a part of correspondence on the European Union (Continuity) (Scotland) Invoice.
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Ladakh reserves subordinate service jobs for locals

Decrease Font Size Increase Font Size Text Size Print This Page Send by Email. Leh: Ladakh administration has reserved all subordinate service jobs in the union territory for the local residents, a development welcomed by BJP but dismissed by an opposition leader on the plea that the rules are “full of flaws”.
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All change for many Suffolk and Essex MPs as constituency map is redrawn

The constituency map of Suffolk and Essex is heading for the most radical change ever if MPs back proposals put forward by the Boundary Commission for England. The two counties have been put together in the latest proposals from the commission — Haverhill would be combined with part of the Braintree seat in a new constituency straddling the Suffolk/Essex border.

Dollar spikes on upbeat ADP, will Payrolls follow suit?

AUD, NZD Slump, EMS Drop, USD/JPY Soars Above 110. Summary: A robust increase in US private payrolls by 978,000 jobs in May boosted the Dollar against its Rivals. The ADP National Employment report showed its biggest increase since June 2020 and overwhelmed median forecasts of a 650,000 gain. This followed a fall in US Weekly Jobless Claims to 385,000 from 405,000 and forecasts of 400,000. The Dollar Index (USD/DXY), a measure of the value of the Greenback against a basket of 6 major currencies, rose 0.63% to 90.47 (89.92 yesterday). Against the Japanese Yen, the Dollar soared above 110, closing at 110.28, its highest finish since early April. The risk leading Australian Dollar slumped to an overnight and April low at 0.7446, settling at 0.7660 (0.7750 yesterday). The NZD/USD pair lost 1.2% to 0.7140 from 0.7235 yesterday and 0.7315 a week ago. Sterling slid to 1.4105 from 1.4168 while the Euro fell 0.66% to 1.2128 (1.2208). The Greenback’s rally was broad-based, advancing against the Asian and Emerging Market currencies. USD/CNH extended its advance yesterday to a 6.3985 finish from 6.3850 yesterday and 6.3517 earlier in the week. The benchmark US 10-year bond yield rose 4 basis points to 1.62%. Other global bond yields were also up but to a lesser degree. Germany’s 10-year Bund rate was last at -0.19% (-0.20% yesterday). Wall Street stocks were lower. The DOW closed at 34,587 (34,600) while the S&P 500 was last at 4,191 (4,207).

USD/CAD steadies below 1.2100 following NFP-inspired drop

USD/CAD fell sharply in the early American session. Nonfarm Payrolls in US rose less than forecast in May. Employment in Canada declined by 68,000, Unemployment Rate rose to 8.2%. The USD/CAD pair rose to its highest level in a week at 1.2134 on Friday but turned south in the second...

USD/CAD Rate to Face Another Decline in Canada Employment

USD/CAD bounces back from the session low (1.2007) in an attempt to retrace the decline following the ISM Manufacturing survey, but the exchange rate may continue to search for support as it fails to hold above the May low (1.2013). USD/CAD Rate to Face Another Decline in Canada Employment. USD/CAD...

Help wanted: Wellington USD 353 District office secretary

Help wanted: Secretary, District Office – Wellington USD 353 school. Wellington Public Schools USD 353 is accepting applications for the following position for the 21-22 school year:. Secretary, District Office. Interested parties should complete the online Classified application found on our website, www.usd353.com, under Employment. For questions, please contact Wendy...

Koley Jessen

Wan and Langdon Join Koley Jessen as Associates Bowei Wan Peter Langdon Koley Jessen is pleased to announce the addition of Bowei Wan and Peter Langdon to the firm as Associates. Bowei Wan joined the Corporate team, where she will focus her practice on various corporate and transactional matters, including mergers and acquisitions, private equity transactions, and general corporate formation and governance. Prior to joining Koley Jessen, Bowei had an internship experience in capital market matters at a leading law firm in China, where she assisted private equity firms and portfolio companies in a range of corporate transactions. She received her L.L.B from Southern Medical University in Guangzhou, China and her J.D. from Washington University in St. Louis. Peter Langdon joined the Employment team, where he will primarily help clients navigate federal, state, and local employment laws, negotiate and draft various employment-related contracts, work with businesses on day-to-day employment matters, create executive compensation packages, and conduct due diligence for mergers and acquisitions. Peter received his B.A. from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, his J.D. from the Creighton University School of Law, and his LL.M. in Taxation from the Villanova University School of Law. "We could not be more thrilled to welcome Bowei and Peter to the firm and are excited to have them as new members of our Corporate and Employment teams," said Alex Wolf, President of Koley Jessen. "Despite the pandemic, the demand for legal services, including specifically mergers & acquisitions and employment law has not only endured, but has seen considerable growth. As many businesses are continuing to navigate a new and evolving business landscape and adapt operations, policies, etc., Bowei and Peter's skills and experiences will provide additional and well-appreciated depth, knowledge, and insight not only for our teams, but I'm confident that they will be a tremendous asset to our business clients as well." About Koley Jessen Koley Jessen is a strategically growing law firm serving the needs of business owners, executives and professionals around the country. For businesses of all types, we are active partners who provide multi-discipline counsel to help our clients achieve personal and business success.

Help wanted: Business Office Clerk at Wellington USD 353

Help wanted : Business Office Clerk at Wellington Public Schools USD 353. · Ability to ensure financial activities conform to District guidelines. · Ability to communicate and work effectively and cooperatively with members of the school district and community. · Ability to react to change and frequent interruptions in a...
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Andes Central School has an an...

Andes Central School has an anticipated opening for Secretary to the Superintendent, which is a 12 month position. Effective date is approximately July 1, 2021. More information can be found on the school district website under Employment, or call the school for more information. Please send letter of interest and resume to Dr. Robert L. Chakar, Jr., Superintendent, P.O. Box 248, Andes, NY 13731 or call 845-676-3166 Ext. 103.

Fed hints at future taper; US yields, Dollar rise, stocks slump

Risk-Off; NZD, AUD Sink, EUR, GBP, SGD Drop, US 10Y Rate Up. Summary: The Fed’s FOMC April minutes showed that US policymakers maintained their cautious stance, with some willing to discuss tapering in future meetings. Wall Street stocks slumped while US bond yields and the Dollar rose. The benchmark US 10-Year Treasury yield climbed to 1.69%, from 1.64% yesterday, settling at 1.68% in late New York trade. Precious metals fell. Silver lost 1.55% to USD 27.70 (USD 28.30) while Oil prices slid. Brent Crude was down at USD 66.70 (USD 68.75 yesterday). Risk-off dominated the close of US trade with a sell-off in Crypto currencies benefitting the Greenback. New Zealand’s Kiwi (NZD/USD) sank 0.95% to 0.7167 (0.7244) to finish as worst performing currency on the markets risk-off stance. The Australian Dollar was pressured lower to 0.7725 (0.7795). Against the Canadian Loonie, the Greenback (USD/CAD) rose to 1.2125 from 1.2060. The Euro reversed its gains, sliding back to 1.2175 from 1.2225. Sterling finished 0.46% lower at 1.4122 (1.4187) despite higher British consumer prices. Overall US Dollar strength and an overbought speculative GBP market pounded the British currency lower. USD/DXY (Dollar Index), a measure of the value of the Greenback relative to the value of a basket of currencies of the majority of the US’s trading partners, rallied 0.48% to 90.17 (89.77 yesterday). The Dollar was higher against the Asian and Emerging Markets. USD/SGD (US Dollar vs Singapore Dollar) rebounded to 1.3350 from 1.3290, up 0.3%. The DOW settled lower at 33,863 (34,070) while the S&P 500 lost 0.2% to 4,112 (4,127 yesterday). Other global bond yields were steady. Germany’s 10-year Bund yield was last at -0.11% (-0.11%). Australia’s 10-year rate closed at 1.76% (1.77% yesterday).