The dollar is up about 3.5% on a basket of currencies through a week when investors have liquidated everything from stocks to bonds, gold and commodities.The Australian dollar led Friday’s partial recovery among beaten down majors with a 3% gain to $0.5897. Sterling rose 1.5% from a 35 year low to $1.1654.The yen rose 0.7% to 109.97 per dollar. The South Korean won rallied more than 3% from an 11 year low, amid broader gains in regional stock markets.But with signs of stress in the financial system still elevated even as central banks across the globe pump cheap dollars to banks few expect a reversal of the dollar’s rise.”People are selling everything and the common thread is they just want cash,” said Stuart Oakley a Singapore based executive with Nomura, who runs the bank’s trading with its clients.Article Sidebar Story continues belowArticle content continued”People just want cash because at the end of the day, people don’t know where their next revenue is coming from and they’ve got payments to meet.
Sienna Senior Living runs the Altamont Care Community in Toronto where 52 people have died from the virus. A recent military report found Sienna was one of the companies running care homes with what Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called disturbing conditions that allowed the virus to spread.Military members reported residents at Altamont had been bed bound for weeks, with inadequate supplies, not enough staff and arguments between the staff.Fraser Health says it has brought in it SWAT team and implemented enhanced control measures at the care home. The virus was identified on Wednesday but health officials say they don know yet how it spread to the home.Residents in this unit often cannot understand and follow safety measures, says Dr.
I arrived at the island overlooking Moulin Rouge! Set my tripod up and took many shots. Car trails, short exposures and this long exposure angled shot. I was there about twenty minutes and was hoping for a good shot. The next shot shows what’s happened to him: ex Birdman Riggan Thomson (played by ex Batman Michael Keaton) facing away from the camera in yoga position in his dressing room at Broadway’s St. James Theater. As Riggan attempts a comeback on stage, director Alejandro Irritu’s camera will follow him, seemingly without a single edit for almost two hours, a stunt we’ll come back to.
For thousands of years, pearls symbolized wealth and with that wealth power. The Egyptian Queen Cleopatra is said to have infamously dissolved a string of pearls in wine, then drinking the contents to prove her unlimited wealth (power) to Mark Anthony. The ancient world associated pearls with the moon, bestowing them with magical powers.