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Societe Generale q3 2020 earnings

first_img– Advertisement – A logo outside a Societe Generale SA bank branch in Paris, France.Bloomberg | Bloomberg | Getty Images LONDON — Societe Generale reported a net income of 862 million euros ($ 1.011 billion) for the third quarter on Thursday.Analysts had estimated a net income of 458 million euros for the quarter, according to Refinitiv.This comes after the French bank reported a net loss of 1.26 billion euros for the second quarter of the year due to Covid-related provisions and the reduced value of its trading business.- Advertisement – – Advertisement – Shares of Societe Generale are down about 58% year-to-date.This is a breaking news story, please check back later for more.last_img

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Top-Ranked Argonauts Set for Round of 16 Match

first_imgTop-Ranked Argonauts Set for Round of 16 Match Share May 8, 2007ALTAMONTE SPRINGS, Fla. – For the 21st consecutive season, the top-ranked West Florida’s men’s tennis team is among the final 16 teams remaining. On Wednesday, West Florida will open play in the Round of 16 at the NCAA Division II Men’s Tennis Championships at Sanlando Park.West Florida (23-3) will face 20th ranked Abilene Christian (24-9) at 10:30 a.m. EST on Wednesday. After losing in the Gulf South Conference Championship match on Apr. 22, the Argonauts rebounded with two wins last weekend in region tournament action. West Florida defeated Alabama-Huntsville (5-0) and Delta State (5-1) to reach the Round of 16. Since their loss to Mississippi on Mar. 17, West Florida is 11-1, including three wins over top 10 opponents. Last season West Florida advanced to the national semifinals before suffering a 5-3 loss to Lynn.Abilene Christian (24-9) advanced to their first Round of 16 since 2004 with a 5-1 win over Cameron last week. Abilene Christian has won five of their last six matches, including a pair of victories to claim the Lone Star Conference title. Of Abilene Christian’s nine losses this season, only one has come against a Division II opponent. Aside from their 6-3 loss to Incarnate Word, the Wildcats eight other losses have been against Division I competition.West Florida and Abilene Christian have only met once previously. Last season West Florida won a 6-3 match in Austin, Texas. The winner of Wednesday’s match will meet the winner of the Concordia (N.Y.)/South Carolina-Upstate match in Thursday’s quarterfinals.Follow the match will the “live stats” link on the men’s tennis page of www.goargos.comPrint Friendly Versionlast_img read more

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Ison Paces Bulldogs In Wintery Final Round of D.A. Weibring

first_imgTim Lim finished tied for 23rd-place as he shot a 75 on the final day for a total score of 226 (77-74-75). Tommi Avant finished one stroke back from Lim after shooting a 75 in the final round for a total score of 277 (75-77-75), tied for 28th. Final Results Story Links “Drew had a great round in the extreme weather. Tim and Tommi played pretty solid except for a hole or two each. We just didn’t get a good 4th score,” said Lewis.  Drew Ison fired an even par 71 to finish tied for 15th-place with a total score of 223 after shooting a 75 and 77 on the first day of the par 71 6,915-yard course. In the wintery conditions, the Bulldogs recorded their best round of the tournament as they registered a 299 for a total score of 914 (308-307-299) and finished in 10th-place. Drake was just one shot back from ninth-place MVC foe Evansville. No. 25 Duke won the 16-team event with a total score of 871. The Bulldogs return to the links on April 9-10 at the Tiger Invitational in Columbia, Mo.center_img NORMAL, Ill. – Despite playing in conditions the were more like winter than spring, the Drake University men’s golf team managed to finish in 10th-place out of 16 teams at the D.A. Weibring Intercollegiate Sunday at the Weibring Golf Club in Normal, Ill. “I was really proud of how all the guys battled all day.” “Today’s conditions were unbelievable. When we teed off this morning the wind chill was 16 degrees. The temperature never was warmer than 30 degrees. It snowed for more than half of the round,” said Drake head coach Matt Lewis. Chase Wicklund registered a 78 for a total score of 241 (81-82-78). Kyle MacDonald rounded out the team’s performance with a total score of 244 (86-79-79).  Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more

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Netflix Adds 7.7 Million Subscribers in 2010 to Pass 20 Million

first_imgTop Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting Beyond subscriber growth, Netflix examines several areas of its business, such as DVD delivery, international expansion, consumer electronics and its streaming content plan. In terms of DVDs versus streaming content, the company writes that “streaming is much bigger for us than DVD, in hours of entertainment delivered, and streaming is growing much faster than DVD, our DVD shipment and content costs are still very material.” It makes sure to assure DVD subscribers, however, that “we intend to continue to offer great DVD-by-mail service for many years to come.” As for international expansion, it calls its results in Canada “excellent” and says that it expects to be “profitable on a run-rate basis in Q3 of this year.” It also says that, should Canada continue to perform well, it will expand into a second market by the second half of 2011. With continued success, Netflix will “invest aggressively in 2012 around the globe.”As for consumer electronic devices and streaming content, the letter mostly recaps on previous announcements – consumers will soon see integrated “Netflix” buttons on some devices and the company will continue to vie for first-run streaming content and complete television shows. Related Posts A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… mike melanson Netflix is announcing its Q4 2010 earnings (pdf) today and one of the big stories, as you might expect, is the company’s explosive growth. According to the letter the company issued to its shareholders, Netflix surpassed the 20 million subscriber mark in final hours of 2010, adding 7.7 million of those subscribers during 2010.In the letter, the company looks at this growth and explains how it will only help the company to continue to add compelling content and increase its business in the times ahead.According to the letter, subscriber growth in 2010 far outpaced its original prediction of 3.6 million. Part of this growth, it says, can be attributed to its newly-offered streaming-only plan, which accounts for more than a third of all new subscribers. Of the 7.7 million new subscribers in 2010, nearly 3.1 million arrived in the fourth quarter alone. As the letter explains, this sort of growth “means more money to license content with, which drives more subscriber growth.” Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… Tags:#news#web 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Marketlast_img read more

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Scouting Michigan State A look at the 2015 Spartans

Michigan State then-redshirt junior quarterback Connor Cook (18) during a game against OSU on Nov. 8, 2014 at Ohio Stadium. Credit: Lantern File PhotoThe 10-game warmup for No. 3 Ohio State has come to an end.Now begins the most important, and difficult, two weeks of the regular season for the Buckeyes, starting with Michigan State on Saturday. The forthcoming game has been circled on the schedules of college football fans since the season began in August when both teams were ranked in the top five of the AP poll. Anticipation hit its peak during Weeks 4 and 5, as the Buckeyes and Spartans occupied the No. 1 and No. 2 spots in the AP poll, respectively. The matchup began to lose some of its luster ever since, especially on Nov. 7 when the Spartans fell to Nebraska 39-38 on the road. Even though it is no longer a meeting of unbeatens, there is still a lot of hype about a game between two top-10 teams with major implications on who advances to the Big Ten Championship Game. Here is a look at the 2015 Spartans. Can Connor still cook? Redshirt senior quarterback Connor Cook is an integral part of Michigan State’s success, but unfortunately for coach Mark Dantonio and his team, there are questions surrounding Cook coming into Saturday’s contest. Cook did not play in the second half of the Spartans’ 24-7 win over Maryland because of an apparent shoulder injury. The Hinckley, Ohio, native took two major hits in the first quarter. On the second one, Cook was slow to get up and visibly favored his right shoulder. He stayed in the game but his arm strength was clearly diminished. The decision to trade his helmet for a headset in the second half was more a precautionary one, Cook said after the game. Both Dantonio and Cook downplayed concerns about the redshirt senior’s availability against OSU, but there is reason to wonder how effective he will be able to be. For a quarterback, an injury to the shoulder is about the worst place, besides maybe to the hand, to be ailing. It’s highly likely that Cook suits up — on Monday, multiple OSU players said they are preparing as if Cook will play — but questions of whether he can he still be the same guy who ranks 28th nationally in passing yards and has a 32-4 record as a starter are legitimate. Everything Michigan State does offensively revolves around Cook’s ability to distribute the football so efficiently. Cook has talent on the outside, namely senior wide receivers Macgarrett Kings Jr. and Aaron Burbridge, who have combined for well over half of the Spartans’ receiving yards, but if his arm isn’t able to deliver the football with the same zip to these players, the offense is vulnerable.The Spartans’ rushing attack has taken steps backward this season with the loss of Jeremy Langford to the NFL, as it ranks 92nd nationally. So, if Cook cannot be his normal self, meaning a larger reliance on the run game, the Spartans could struggle mightily to put up points against the vaunted OSU defense. Reviving the old recipe The old recipe for Spartan success was typical smash-mouth football: a strong run game to set up nothing more than an effective passing game, complemented by an imposing defense to win low-scoring affairs. This has worked incredibly well for Dantonio and Michigan State since he took the helm in 2007. However, the past two years have seen the program veer slightly away from this formula to a more wide-open offense spearheaded by Cook with really good, but not great, defenses — especially this season. The Spartans’ defense has not been the feared unit it has in the past yet this season. It can partly be attributed to injuries in the secondary, but even so, the defense’s performance against Maryland might be what it needed to regain its old mojo. The Spartans have held opponents below 20 points just twice: the Terrapins last week (24-7) and Central Michigan in Week 4 (30-10). However, the old, dominating defense re-emerged against Maryland. The Spartans, who are led by redshirt junior linebacker Riley Bullough, limited the Terrapins to 289 yards total offense, about 100 fewer than OSU allowed. They also forced five turnovers: three interceptions and two fumbles. The latter statistic — turnovers — will be an area where the Michigan State defense will need to repeat its success against OSU, especially because the Buckeyes have been slightly turnover prone this season. The Scarlet and Gray have turned the ball over in each of their past three games, including twice last week against Illinois. For Michigan State to have a real shot at upsetting OSU, the Spartans’ defense will need to be able to generate turnovers, and the offense will have to capitalize on the extra possessions. Beyond the BuckeyesFollowing Saturday’s tilt against OSU, Michigan State is scheduled to return to East Lansing, Michigan, for its final game of the regular season against Penn State. Kickoff is set for 3:30 p.m. read more

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Football Nick Bosa will not play against Tulane

Ohio State redshirt sophomore linebacker Tuf Borland (32) and junior defensive end Nick Bosa (97) run toward the ball in the first quarter of the game against TCU on Sept. 15. Ohio State won 40-28. Credit: Casey Cascaldo | Photo EditorIn the middle of a press conference focused on his suspension and domestic violence allegations made against former wide receivers coach and recruiting coordinator Zach Smith, Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer said Monday that junior defensive end Nick Bosa will not play in Saturday’s game against Tulane. Meyer said that the defensive end had suffered an abdominal and groin issue in the Buckeyes’ 40-28 win over No. 15 TCU on Saturday, leaving the game in the third quarter and not returning for the remainder of the game. In the win over the Horned Frogs, Bosa recorded five tackles, including a strip sack recovered by redshirt junior Davon Hamilton in the end zone for the first Ohio State score of the game. Meyer said Bosa will undergo further tests this week. No. 4 Ohio State will face Tulane at Ohio Stadium at 3:30 p.m. on Saturday. read more

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Player rejects World Cup medal

first_imgNikola Kalinic has rejected his silver medal after Croatia’s impressive display at this summer’s World Cup, according to Croatian media.The former Blackburn striker turned down the medal after he was disgracefully sent home from Russia 2018 just one game into the tournament.It’s believed the current AC Milan forward refused to come on as a substitute in his country’s opening 2-0 win over Nigeria due to a back problem, and was afterwards sent home by coach Zlatko Dalic.Dalic equally revealed Kalinic did the same in a World Cup friendly against Brazil and also during a training session.Cristiano Ronaldo, JuventusSerie A Betting: Match-day 3 Stuart Heath – September 14, 2019 Considering there is a number of perfect starts so early in the Serie A season, as well as a few surprisingly not-so perfect ones….Kalinic reportedly said “thank you but I did not play in Russia.” despite the offer from his teammates, having not played in the competition.Croatia surpassed their World Cup record set in 1998 when they made their debut by topping Group D ahead of Argentina and went all the way to the finals.The former Yugoslavian side were the comeback kings of the tournament as they overturned the deficit thrice in the knockout stages to reach the finals, beating Denmark, Russia and England in the process.But in they fell short in the showpiece final, losing 4-2 to France at Moscow’s Luzhniki Stadium with  goals coming from Perisic and Mandzukic in what ended up as consolation goal.last_img read more

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House Panel Advances Bill Authorizing 129 Billion in Fiscal 2020 Coast Guard

first_img ADC AUTHOR The House 2019 Coast Guard Authorization Act received a major boost last week after gained passage from the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, Federal News Network reported.The bill, authorizing funding through fiscal 2021, allocates about $12.9 billion for fiscal 2020 and provides funding $1.6 billion above the administration’s request. It also provides $13.3 billion in funding for fiscal 2021, according to Federal News Network.The Transportation and Infrastructure panel’s bill would also guarantee the service’s active duty and civilian personnel are paid in the event of a federal government shutdown, according to a USNI News report. The panel added a Coast Guard pay amendment to the measure, which received broad support from lawmakers on both sides of the aisle.“The federal government may have been partially shut down earlier this year, but the brave men and women of the U.S. Coast Guard were still 100-percent on the job—in the dead of winter no less—carrying out life-saving rescues, interdicting drugs at sea, and doing whatever was necessary to keep our coastal communities safe,” Rep. Peter DeFazio, (D-Ore.) said during the bill’s hearing.Coast Guard photo by Senior Chief Petty Officer NyxoLyno Cangemilast_img read more

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Five Things to Expect from Union Budget 201415

first_imgWith just a few weeks to go for the Budget Session to kick off in the Parliament, several proposals have been put forth to the government. We have highlighted five things to expect from the Budget if the proposals are accepted.Costlier Cigarettes? – According to news reports, Union Health Minister has sought an increase in tax on cigarettes, which is likely to increase the cost by ₹3.50 per cigarette. Vardhan is reported to have written to Finance Minister Arun Jaitley seeking the tax hike.”Specifically, I propose to reform tobacco taxes hike in the 2014 budget of the new government and implement a large but feasible tax hike in the 2014 budget on cigarettes to Rs.3.5 per stick,” Vardhan was quoted by India Today.Costlier diesel, gas? – The Petroleum Ministry has discussed the possibility of deregulating diesel prices, as reported by the Times of India. The ministry’s aim is to be in line with the changing crude oil prices.The ministry has also proposed a raise in the cost of subsidized cooking gas. According to a Hindustan Times report, the budget could bring about monthly hikes of ₹10 per cylinder of cooking gas (LPG).More jobs? – According to a Deccan Chronicle article, the new government is expected to reform labour laws in order to create as many as one crore jobs in a year for India’s youth. Job creation has been the focus of the Modi government since the beginning and was even laid out in the roadmap that was presented by President Pranab Mukherjee.More FDI? – The NDA government is likely to announce more foreign direct investment (FDI) in sectors such as defence, railways and e-commerce. “Sectoral FDI caps may be hiked for railways and e-commerce to 100 per cent. For defence too, the FDI limit will be increased but it will not be under the automatic route,” senior government official was quoted as saying by Financial Express.Special tourism package for North East? – The Union Minister of State in the Ministry of Home Affairs, Kiren Rijiju has reportedly sought a special tourism package for the North Eastern states and Arunachal Pradesh in the Union Budget. He is reported to have communicated the same to Tourism Minister Shirad Yesso Naik. It can boost tourism to the North East.last_img read more

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Workers strike at ArcelorMittal Mexico plant over job cuts

first_imgWorkers at ArcelorMittal’s (ISPA.AS) steel plant in western Mexico went on strike on Friday, the company and the national union said, as the industry grapples with a plunge in prices.More than 3,000 workers have gone on strike over job cuts and stopped operations at the plant in Lazaro Cardenas, Michoacan, Ricardo Torres, the head of the local section 271 of the national miners and metal workers union, said.In a statement, the company called the action a blockade, adding that it was illegal and that the company’s value chain would be affected. A spokesman did not immediately respond to a request for further comment.Steel companies around the world are contending with sharp price falls and thousands of job cuts in Mexico have been announced in the past year.Global producers appear set for another year of pain in 2016, even as prices start to stabilize due to production cuts.last_img read more

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