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Nasdaq jumps 2.5% to fresh record as big tech shares soar

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first_img“Stocks that benefit the most from social distancing and the spreading virus are doing well,” said Karl Haeling of LBBW.”Investors are hedging their bets by buying stocks that don’t benefit from the economic rebound as much as they benefit from a continuation of high fear surrounding coronavirus.”United States stocks have proven resilient in recent weeks even as spiking coronavirus cases have forced some states to suspend or roll back efforts to reopen their economies. The strength partly reflects unprecedented stimulus from the Federal Reserve and from Congress, where another round of stimulus legislation is expected to be debated in the coming days.Oil services firm Halliburton jumped 2.5 percent despite reporting a US$1.7 billion quarterly loss following a 46 percent plunge in revenues.Noble Energy rose 5.4 percent as Chevron announced it would acquire the exploration and production company for $5 billion. Chevron dropped 2.2 percent.Topics : The Nasdaq powered to another record Monday behind strong gains by Amazon, Microsoft and other tech giants ahead of earnings reports in the coming days.The tech-rich Nasdaq Composite Index surged 2.5 percent to 10,767.09.The Dow Jones Industrial Average added less than 0.1 percent at 26,680.87, while the broad-based S&P 500 gained 0.8 percent to 3,251.84. Monday’s rally followed analyst upgrades of several tech giants that have been big winners from the COVID-19 upheaval as more Americans work from home.Shares of Amazon surged 7.9 percent after Goldman Sachs lifted its price target on the e-commerce giant, estimating North American revenues rose 48 percent in the second quarter.Among other large tech companies, Apple rose 2.1 percent, Google parent Alphabet 3.3 percent, Microsoft 4.3 percent and Tesla 9.5 percent.All will report results within the next 10 days.last_img read more

Solskjaer urges Bellamy to play on

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first_imgCardiff manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer hopes he can convince Craig Bellamy to prolong his career as the striker prepares to return from injury against former club West Ham. But Solskjaer hopes he will get the chance to work a while longer with the veteran forward. He said: “We have spoken together obviously and my thoughts are to play as long as you can, if you can play football and you feel you can justify your performances. “That is my job now and of course Craig wants to get performing and get back out there, so hopefully I will motivate him and inspire him to prolong his career. “He has been training with us for a week and is looking really sharp to be fair. He will be involved tomorrow and is in the squad. He is back and available.” Having enjoyed a winning start as Bluebirds boss courtesy of last weekend’s FA Cup victory at Newcastle, the meeting with West Ham comes with an altogether different pressure. The Hammers have shipped 11 goals in cup defeats against Nottingham Forest and Manchester City in the past week, and sit 19th in the Premier League table having not registered a top-flight win since the end of November. Cardiff are themselves just a point above the drop zone, and victory over the Hammers would give them some valuable breathing space with away trips to Manchester City and Manchester United looming. But Solskjaer does not feel Saturday’s meeting is a “must-win” encounter. “There is never a must-win game at this part of the season, you cannot tell players you have to win,” he said. “If we get a performance like the Sunderland performance we can get a result. So performance is first and foremost, you cannot think about consequences all the time. “We have to improve step by step and get the performances and play like we want to. It is nice to win but we can never say we have to win.” Solskjaer has already added to his squad with the acquisition of Magnus Wolff Eikrem from Heerenveen. A move for Molde’s Mats Moller Daehli is also in the offing, while Cardiff have also approached Hannover over striker Mame Biram Diouf. But the Norwegian manager was coy when asked for an update on deals for the duo. He said: “With respect to the other clubs, I don’t think I can speak too much about them. There are other names as well, we will announce something if something happens.” But the Cardiff boss was delighted to have captured Eikrem who, like Daehli and Diouf, he worked with during his time at Manchester United. He said: “The boy was very close to playing for Man Utd. He was there five years so it must have been a dream for him and hopefully I can fulfil it, but he needs to perform “He is a player I have admired since he was a kid. The first time I saw him he was 12 and you could see he was hungry to get on the ball all the time and he likes to give players presents with his passing. His passing range is his strength, as is his vision. “From that boy he has now outgrown me and he is bigger than me. He is getting towards being the Premier League midfielder we always thought he would be, now it’s about performing on the pitch when he gets chances. “I think he compliments the other players we have, I would never have signed him for the sake of it, he compliments what we have. The four or five central midfielders we have now have different attributes. You might say he has a little bit no-one else has.” Saturday’s clash at Cardiff City Stadium will be Solskjaer’s first Premier League game as a manager, and will also see Bellamy available for the first time in two months after hamstring and knee injuries. The 34-year-old has already retired from Wales duty and had previously hinted he could hang up his boots for good at the end of the current campaign. Press Associationlast_img read more

Cazorla at the double in Arsenal win

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first_img Press Association Clever footwork from Cazorla after a quick free-kick saw the Spaniard brought down just outside the penalty arc. Ozil stood over the ball, but left it for Cazorla, whose low strike came off the bottom of the wall, rebounding to Bacary Sagna. His shot was saved as was Giroud’s follow-up, but the offside flag had been raised. There was a scare for Arsenal at the start of the second half as Fulham defender Dan Burn, making his Premier League debut, sent a header goalwards from a corner, but Per Mertesacker was well placed to clear. Slowly Arsenal regained their dominance, but continued to be frustrated by a lack of a decisive pass to open up the stubborn visitors. Gnabry continued to look lively and made space for a shot at the edge of the Fulham box which Stekelenburg pushed wide. The Cottagers goal continued to lead a charmed life as both Cazorla and Gnabry saw close-range efforts blocked before Laurent Koscielny hit the post. Arsenal finally had the breakthrough in the 57th minute when the ball was worked by Giroud to Wilshere in the left side of the crowded penalty area and he cut it back to Cazorla, who drilled his shot into the bottom right corner. Before Fulham could regroup, they were 2-0 down. Nacho Monreal’s cross from the left was headed out by Burn, and the ball dropped to Cazorla. The Spaniard needed little invitation to set himself before clipping a lovely drive low past Stekelenburg after 62 minutes. There was some concern when Giroud went down clutching his ankle following a sliding challenge from Sidwell, but the Frenchman was able to continue after treatment. With 20 minutes left, Gnabry was given a break as fellow German Lukas Podolski came on. The substitute almost had an instant impact as his angled shot was blocked by Sascha Riether and then saw a rasping 20-yard drive touched on to the post by Stekelenburg. Fulham forward Darren Bent, on for Dejagah, almost continued his good form against Arsenal when clear through after the ball bounced off Szczesny, but could not cut his shot back into the empty net as Koscielny slid in. Spain midfielder Santi Cazorla struck twice in the second half as Arsenal beat Fulham 2-0 to stay ahead of Manchester City at the top of the Barclays Premier League. Fulham – who made the expected sweeping changes from their midweek FA Cup third-round replay win over Norwich – had never won in any competition at Arsenal, losing 22 of their trips so far to north London. The visitors were almost behind on five minutes when Jack Wilshere played Mesut Ozil into the right side of the penalty area, and his scuffed shot rolled past fit-again goalkeeper Maarten Stekelenburg, but was hacked clear by captain Brede Hangeland, making his first league start since October after back surgery. Arsenal continued to attack, but were met with a determined wall of dark blue shirts at the edge of the Fulham penalty area. Former Gunners trainee Steve Sidwell went in heavy on Wilshere to concede a free-kick in a central position some 25 yards out. Ozil, though, crashed his shot into the wall. German teenager Serge Gnabry, stepping into the side following Theo Walcott’s season-ending knee injury, fed Olivier Giroud at the edge of the 18-yard box, but the France striker fired the ball high and wide. Fulham finally came to life on 20 minutes when the ball dropped to Sidwell at the edge of the Arsenal penalty area. The midfielder fired in a superb half-volley which Wojciech Szczesny beat away one-handed as it flew towards the top-right corner. The Poland international then had to get his timing inch-perfect as he came out to save at the feet of Ashkan Dejagah as Fulham pressed again. With free-scoring City romping to another big home win as Cardiff were the latest side put to the sword at the Etihad Stadium, there was little margin for error from Arsene Wenger’s men, who hold a slender one-point lead. After a slow first half, the Gunners finally sparked into life as two quick goals from Cazorla gave them what was in the end a comfortable victory. last_img read more

Usain Bolt Scores First Professional Goals

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first_imgThe Jamaican then capitalised on a defensive mix-up to score his second just after the hour mark before being substituted with the score at 4-0.The eight-time Olympic champion, who retired from athletics in 2017, arrived at the Mariners in August in a bid to ignite his football career.Bolt expressed his concerns that Friday’s match would determine his future with the club as he strives towards winning a professional contract and a place with the Mariners for the season, which begins on October 19.“I’m just happy that I got a chance and I’m proud of myself,” Bolt told Fox Sports after the game.“It was a big deal… first start and scoring two goals. It was a good feeling. This is what I worked towards. I try to get better and I am on the way to doing that.“I’m keen, that’s why I’m here to play my best and to try and get into the team,” he added.The 32-year-old previously trained with Bundesliga side Borussia Dortmund.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Usain Bolt scored his first goals in professional football after starting up front for Australia’s Central Coast Mariners in a pre-season friendly.The 100m world-record holder, who is bidding for a professional contract, recovered from a painful kick in the groin to score twice against Macarthur South West United in Sydney.Bolt put the Mariners 3-0 up in the 55th minute after a strong left-footed finish, celebrating with his trademark ‘Lightning Bolt’ pose.last_img read more

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