Trash incinerator in Six Nations has some worried for their health

first_imgAPTN National NewsSome residents of Six Nations near Hamilton, Ont. are worried about their health over the community’s trash incinerator.The device was purchased from an inventor who sold just one – to Six Nations.APTN’s Delaney Windigo has the story.last_img

Calgarys first cat cafe marks adoption milestone

first_imgIt’s been a busy year for the Regal Cat Cafe which recently marked its 100th adoption since opening six months ago.Owner Tia Wheeler said everyone has been so welcoming. “It’s absolutely amazing, I can’t believe the response,” Wheeler said. “I can’t believe everyone is falling in love with these kitties. It’s just so fantastic to be able to help and support the MEOW foundation.”Wheeler adds the longest resident they’ve had inside the ‘kitty kingdom’ has been a month.She credits the big appeal to a love for cats and the fun space they’ve provided for people to relax.last_img read more

TSX positive streak continues as oil prices rise and Bank of Canada

first_imgThe energy sector was helped again by crude oil prices, which rose on Saudi Arabia’s energy minister reassuring that its oil production and exports are falling sharply. West Texas Intermediate prices are up 23 per cent from its December low.The February crude contract was up US$2.58 at US$52.36 per barrel Wednesday and the February natural gas contract was up 1.7 cents at US$2.98 per mmBTU.Canada’s financial sector was helped by the Bank of Canada’s decision to hold its key rate at 1.75 per cent while the economy absorbs softness from a 44 per cent drop in oil prices from its October peak.“The banks tend to be a play on Canadian GDP growth and with the Bank of Canada having a supportive stance to keep the Canadian economy running smoothly that’s certainly positive for the banks,” said Chopra. The S&P/TSX composite index closed up 199.58 points to 14,804.73 in a broad-based rally that saw all sectors rise.It was the third day of triple-digit gains so far this year and the best four-consecutive day performance since January 2016.“There seems to be a lot more optimism about a U.S.-China trade deal and when it comes to Federal Reserve interest rate hikes it appears to be that they’ll take a pause,” Chopra said referring to minutes released from the central bank and recent comments from several bank governors.The cannabis-heavy health care sector rose by 6.25 percent as Canopy Growth Corp. surged 13.3 percent, while Aurora Cannabis Inc. and Aphria Inc. gained 7.3 and 6.2 per cent respectively.The key energy sector followed, with financials, industrials and materials also rising.Financial and energy stocks were the biggest gainers on the day led by Sun Life Financial Inc., Royal Bank of Canada, Manulife Financial and Suncor Energy Inc. Meanwhile, BCE Inc. and Nutrien Ltd. lost ground while Imperial Oil and TransCanada Corp. posted small gains. TORONTO, O.N. – Canada’s main stock index posted its strongest four-day gain in three years Wednesday as it was propelled by a large increase in the price of crude oil and the Bank of Canada’s latest rate announcement.The Toronto Stock Exchange continued its rebound from a dreadful autumn and tough December helped by positive news about the trade dispute between China and the U.S. and minutes from the Federal Reserve confirming its patience about raising interest rates, says Anish Chopra, managing director with Portfolio Management Corp.“A fantastic four-day stretch,” he said in an interview.center_img In New York, the Dow Jones industrial average gained 91.67 points at 23,879.12. The S&P 500 index was up 10.55 points at 2,584.96, while the Nasdaq composite was up 60.08 points at 6,957.08.The Canadian dollar traded at an average of 75.64 cents US compared with an average of 75.23 cents US on Tuesday.The February gold contract was up US$6.10 at US$1,292 an ounce and the March copper contract was up 0.1 of a cent at US$2.66 a pound.last_img read more

Dialup Internet access still a reality for large number of Canadians

TORONTO — The next time you get frustrated because a website refuses to load instantly, or a streaming video has to buffer for a few seconds, think of the surprisingly large number of Canadians still on dial-up.According to a few different estimates, there are hundreds of thousands of Canadians still travelling the information superhighway in the slow lane, who only get online after waiting for a series of bleeps, piercing shrieks and blurts of static to be belted out by their dial-up modem.‘It’s always a little surprising to see just how slow things load’And that’s just the beginning of their waiting.“It’s pretty dramatic,” says Ross Kouhi, executive director for the National Capital FreeNet, a donation-driven service that provides free or inexpensive dial-up access to about 3,600 users in the Ottawa area.“As you’re demonstrating it to somebody it’s always a little surprising to see just how slow things load.”The CRTC estimated that in 2010, there were about 366,000 dial-up customers across the country. The Convergence Consulting Group says residential dial-up subscriptions went from well over a million in 2007 to about 250,000 at the end of 2011. And surveys by the Media Technology Monitor suggested about three per cent of the population was using dial-up Internet in 2011.[np-relatedFor some Canadians in rural communities, dial-up is the only way they can get online. In 2010, the CRTC estimated that five per cent of the population had no access to high-speed Internet, with that rate nearing 16% in rural areas. But for others, inexpensive dial-up is simply the only affordable alternative to high-speed access, which can start at $30 or more — and it’s usually more — a month.Matthew Suffidy of Ottawa is a longtime Internet user, who figures he’s been online for nearly 20 years. But he’s stayed with dial-up access at home the whole time and currently uses the National Capital FreeNet.He makes plans to do any big downloading away from home and when he does dial in to the Internet, it’s mostly just to access email, check TV listings, search something on Wikipedia or visit a few other sites.He figures it was about 10 years ago that he started to notice web surfing was becoming sluggish with his 56K modem. A few years ago he found most surfing at home had become insufferable.“If I really need something I’ll wait for it but it’s true that for some (sites) you have to wait quite a while to start some of them up,” Suffidy says.“Certain sites have become more cumbersome to use with dial-up because of increased content, for example, embedded Flash. Sometimes that’s really a killer with dial-up Internet, if you have some kind of Flash content that’s trying to show you a (video or ad) — that’s going to totally destroy the connection.”With most of the population using increasingly efficient high-speed accounts, web developers have largely stopped trying to optimize their sites for slower connections.Sports fans on dial-up would have a hard time loading up the Toronto Blue Jays’ official website, which weighs in at a whopping four megabytes thanks to embedded video and a large number of photos and graphics. During a test, it took a couple of minutes of waiting for just the home page’s background to load, and several more minutes for other content to gradually pop up.Other graphic-heavy sites run by TSN and NHL aren’t much better, with the home page adding up to more than a megabyte of content — which could take about five minutes or longer for a dial-up user to load.Kouhi says there’s still plenty of demand for inexpensive dial-up access, although few rave about the service’s speed and the web surfing experience.“A lot of people who were making due with dial-up are starting to find it’s getting more and more difficult to use, so much of the content on the Internet is so rich and even though you think you’re looking at a simple web page, quite often there’s a lot of baggage behind it,” says Kouhi, adding that it takes just a few minutes on dial-up for him to grow tired of the snail-paced speeds.Some of the dial-up users he speaks with say they mostly stay off the web and only use email to connect with family and friends. But even email can be annoying on dial-up, especially when attachments are involved.Kouhi has a sister who lives in a rural area and until recently only had dial-up access. His family learned to leave her out of group emails when it came to sharing photos, he says.“You always have to remember to not send the big pictures to the one sister, to save her the grief, because she would say it would take her all night to download a big pile of photographs,” Kouhi says.“And she’d come back in the morning and they weren’t anything she wanted to see anyways.”The Canadian Press read more

Suspicious individuals seen at venues of SLC T20 League

The Sri Lanka Cricket board said that “suspicious individuals” were seen at venues of the SLC T20 League 2018.Sri Lanka Cricket said that it has taken steps to strengthen anti-corruption measures at the venues where the SLC T20 League 2018 is being played and the hotels where the players are stationed. The steps were taken after it was noted that suspicious individuals were present at the match venues. Meanwhile, the Anti-Corruption Unit of SLC has already taken steps to refresh the players on the ‘’Anti-Corruption Code of Sri Lanka Cricket’’. (Colombo Gazette) Sri Lanka Cricket has also notified the team managers and the players taking part in the tournament to inform SLC, immediately of any approach by those suspicious individuals. read more

How dwelling on problems could harm motherchild bonding

first_imgHalf of the women were then asked to do a task involving dwelling in detail on a personal problem and its effect on them.The other half were encouraged to think about a problem that had been important to them but that they had resolved.They were then observed again to compare how the task affected them, taking into account their previous level of responsiveness.Dr Michelle Tester-Jones, the lead author, said: “We hope these findings will be useful for health visitors and midwives when working with new mums, to help understand why mums might be finding interactions with their baby more difficult and support them in building a close and responsive relationship with their baby.“We understand that being a new parent can be difficult, and we think that mums are doing a great job.“The purpose of our study was to help identify thinking styles that might contribute to more or less sensitive parenting.“The good news is that there are strategies to help manage rumination, and our research suggests that changing rumination can reduce potentially negative interactions with baby.”Dr Heather O’Mahen, another member of the research team, added: “We know that mums are often getting by on a small amount of sleep.“It can feel tricky for mums to try to stick to a focused approach when they’re so tired. It can be especially important at this time for mums to talk through their worries in this specific and focussed way with other people she trusts.“We also urge mothers not to be too hard on themselves.” Mothers who over-analyse their problems could be harming their chances of bonding properly with their newborn babies, psychologists have concluded.A study by experts in “mood disorders” at the University of Exeter found that those who dwell on problems and blame themselves can have poorer-quality relationships with their babies.They found that some of those who tended to “ruminate”  – dwelling on problems in a negative way rather than thinking of constructive solutions  – appeared to have less eye contact with their baby, were slower to comfort them if they became distressed and even spoke to them in a more flat tone The purpose was to help identify thinking styles that might contribute to more or less sensitive parentingDr Michelle Tester-Jones baby The researchers analysed how the mothers and babies interacted before and afterCredit: Blend Images/Alamy Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. Significantly, they found that the effect was the same irrespective of whether or not mothers also had symptoms of depression.Researchers recruited almost 80 mothers with young children from the South West of England to take part in the study, which is published in the Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry.They filmed them interacting with their children, at home or in a relaxed setting, to assess their body language and behaviour as well as how responsive they were overall.last_img read more

Cristina Neagu to ZRK Buducnost Podgorica

Montenegrian champion ZRK Buducnost Podgorica proves the highest possible ambition in the future by signing former best world’s player Cristina Neagu (25). Romanian playmaker had a lot of problems with injuries. First she was out fo 20 months because of shoulder injury. Just after a few months of “new life” with the Oltchim and Romanian NT, Neagu injured knee and had to finish season in January.Financial problem forced most of the Oltchim’s players to left the team, so Neagu was one of the most wanted option. Buducnost has already signed some players for the upcoming season, which make the EHF CL champion from 2011 serious contender for a new trophy…photo: http://www.cs-oltchim.com ← Previous Story Uros Mitrovic joins BSV Bern Muri Next Story → Domagoj Duvnjak – Player of the Year in the Bundesliga 2012/13 Cristina NeaguCristina Neagu transferhandball transfersZRK Buducnost Podgorica read more

Ubuntu TV unveiled at CES

first_imgCanonical has just taken the wraps off a new product, and it’s headed straight to your living room. Say hello to Ubuntu TV.That’s it you’re looking at above. What the company has actually brought to CES 2012 is a concept television running a tweaked version of its Ubuntu Linux operating system — re-tooled for use on set-top boxes and connected TVs. The hotly-debated Unity interface is front and center, and everything is designed to be couch-surfing friendly.Apart from acting as a PVR, custom Unity lenses have been added for specific media functions: listening to music and watching movies, browsing YouTube, checking the programming guide, and searching for content. Options to rent or buy movies, shows, and music are displayed beneath search results, and you can also check out trailers before pulling the trigger on a purchase.As for why Canonical decided to make the move to TV, CEO Jane Silber says that manufacturers are growing increasingly wary of walled garden approaches. They’re looking for a neutral alternative, and that, Silber says, provides ample opportunity for Canonical to step in and woo OEMs with Ubuntu TV. Initially, they’ll be targeting just two major markets: the U.S. and China. Later, of course, they’d happily push Ubuntu TV to additional countries if the demand is there.They’ll be providing the software for free, just as they do with their existing operating systems. Unfortunately, Canonical hasn’t said yet whether or not it’s going to make the Ubuntu TV download available to end users. Even if they don’t, you can almost guarantee that the Ubuntu developer community will whip something up that offers a very similar experience.More at PC Prolast_img read more

Price of gasoline in San Diego at highest since September 2015

first_img SAN DIEGO (KUSI) — The average price of a gallon of self-serve regular gasoline in San Diego County rose today to its highest amount since Sept. 4, 2015, increasing eight-tenths of a cent to $3.426.The average price has risen 23 consecutive days, increasing 21.4 cents, including one-tenth of a cent on both Monday and Tuesday, according to figures from the AAA and Oil Price Information Service.It is 4.8 cents more than one week ago, 24.4 cents higher than one month ago and 54.1 cents greater than one year ago.The average price has risen 30.4 cents since the start of the year. Posted: February 7, 2018 KUSI Newsroom, February 7, 2018 KUSI Newsroom Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter Price of gasoline in San Diego at highest since September 2015last_img read more

Morning Press Gorge Rivers Inslee housing crime

first_img Were you away for the weekend? Catch up on some big stories.The calendar rolled into winter at 3:03 p.m. Pacific Time Sunday. Does it feel like winter? How does winter feel around here, anyway? Local weather coverage is online here.Does the Gorge still need its commission?Greg Misarti and his wife, Nell Warren, have a vision for their 5-acre property outside Washougal.It’s called Kahnaway: an art and ecology center offering residencies and workshops for people to grow personally and artistically. Among its assets is a multi-purpose studio fashioned from an old barn in a serene setting that offers sweeping views of the Columbia River. Misarti and Warren, both artists themselves, want to share the land that’s inspired them, Misarti said.“You don’t really appreciate it until you have been here and stay here and work here,” he said.But an operation like Kahnaway isn’t allowed outright on the property, which sits inside the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area. Misarti and Warren applied for a plan amendment from the Columbia River Gorge Commission, the planning authority in the scenic area.That was in 2009. More than five years later, they’re still waiting. But the commission has no plans to review their application any time soon. Greg Misarti and his wife, Nell Warren, want to establish an art and ecology center on their property outside Washougal in the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area. The two applied for the required land-use review from the Columbia River Gorge Commission in 2009, but are still waiting.last_img read more

QA Jim Spanfeller Wants Entwined Consumers

first_imgSpanfeller: For The Daily Meal, Pinterest is the clear winner. Less so for The Active Times.min: How important is video to your content mix?Spanfeller: Very! We feature video on just about every page of our sites. We are now creating 3 to 5 original video segments a day for The Daily Meal. We see this as moving towards a fully “entwined” content offering. By entwined I mean consumer control on steroids. So consumer control is classically defined at what you want, when you want it. Entwined takes that a step further and suggests what you want (topic), when and where you want it (time and place shifting); and how you want it (text, video, data, community and so forth).______________________________________________________________________________________________________________Jim will be joined by Forbes SVP of Digital Advertising Mark Howard and Thrillist’s President of Sales Todd Anderman for the Baker’s Dozen session at min day. Learn more about the conference, or register now. *Editor’s Note: This story originally appears on FOLIO: sister site minonline.com.Jim Spanfeller, CEO of Spanfeller Media, which runs The Daily Meal and The Active Times sites, was one of digital media’s earliest and most outspoken enthusiasts in the magazine world. As the longtime head of digital at Forbes, he led that magazine brand into leadership in the online financial news and analysis space. At the June 4 min day Digital Summit, Jim will be part of our end-of-day “Baker’s Dozen” lightning round of revenue tips and ideas from digital gurus. We asked Jim for a few insights from his new business.min: What share of all of your traffic is now coming from smart phones or tablets and how high do you expect it to go in terms of share?Spanfeller: These are two different questions. Tablets are not mobile; smartphones clearly are mobile. We see about 10 percent from tablets and around 5 percent from real mobile. For the tablet, publishers can look at it two ways—or maybe I should say 2 1/2 ways. Same experience as their core sit which, by the way, is what the tablet, or at least the iPad, was designed for—surfing the web. Or they can produce a tablet version of their sit, which to date has not proven all that profitable for most, though it does allow the end user to make use of the swiping functions of tablets. Or they can build specific apps around sub-sections of their sites, which is what we have done so far with our Best Dishes app. These tend to be very closely aligned with the Smart Phone apps that have been built. Often times, as in our case, they are the same.min: Which social network is most important in driving traffic and engagement for your site?last_img read more

General Electric Plans NetZero Energy Home by 2015

first_imgThe major components of a net-zero energy home as part of GE’s Net-Zero Energy Home project.Credit: General Electric. This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. Citation: General Electric Plans Net-Zero Energy Home by 2015 (2009, July 16) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2009-07-electric-net-zero-energy-home.html Explore further (PhysOrg.com) — Using solar panels, wind turbines, appliance monitoring, and on-site energy storage, General Electric has a plan to enable homeowners to cut their annual energy consumption (from the electric grid) to zero, in some cases, and at least minimize consumption in others. GE is piloting the technology this year, and hopes to commercialize the system by 2015. Californians bask in solar energy The GE Net-Zero Home Project encompasses a variety of technologies, as well as consumer incentives. The most expensive part of the project involves on-site power generation through solar panels or wind turbines, where applicable. As GE executives explained during a recent symposium at the company’s Global Research Center in Niskayuna, New York, a 3,000-watt solar panel array could be enough to supply all of a home’s consumption, and cost about $30,000 to install.GE is also converting its appliances (for about $10 per appliance) to be able to communicate with a home’s smart meter, allowing consumers to find out how much energy individual appliances use. The information will hopefully allow users to control appliances by using them during off-peak times (peak times are usually morning and early evening), encouraged by time-of-use pricing plans. Homeowners would also use an energy monitoring device called Home Energy Manager, which costs about $200-250. The Home Energy Manager is designed to control and optimize on-site energy generation and consumption, such as by running the dishwasher or clothes dryer at times when the solar panels are operating, and not during peak times.As part of the project, plug-in electric vehicles would be charged during the night. The vehicles and other storage batteries could also be used to store electricity for use during peak times. Overall, a net-zero energy home would cost about 10 percent more than the conventional kind, but would help homeowners save money in the long run, as well as make the electricity grid more efficient. If the system is easy to use and offers financial incentives for customers, GE hopes that it can encourage involvement where everyone can benefit.via: CNet© 2009 PhysOrg.comlast_img read more

Minibus and car collide in Protea Drive

first_imgA minibus and a light motor vehicle collided along the new road leading to Ezakheni (Protea Drive) earlier today. Two people sustained moderate injuries and three slight injuries.Sharaj Ambulance Services and EMS stabilised the injured before transporting them to hospital.Public Safety and breakdown services were on scene. DID YOU KNOW?Click on the words highlighted in red to read more on this and related topics.If you are reading this on your cellphone and there are telephone numbers provided in the text, you can call these simply by clicking on them.To receive news links via WhatsApp.For the latest news, visit our webpage or follow us on Facebook and Twitter  why not join us there? WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite last_img read more

Costa Ricas Christiana Figueres drops out of UN SecretaryGeneral race

first_imgRelated posts:Costa Rican women who made us cheer this year Costa Rica’s Christiana Figueres nominated for UN secretary-general Christiana Figueres sees lessons for UN leadership in climate talks Costa Rica President Solís advocates for migrants at UN General Assembly Con profundo agradecimiento por tantas expresiones de apoyo retiro candidatura para aligerar proceso #NextSG @ONU_es pic.twitter.com/6gjxzxp5WI— Christiana Figueres (@CFigueres) September 12, 2016 “Faced with the results of surveys of the Security Council, I have decided to withdraw my candidacy for the General Secretariat of the U.N.,” she said.Figueres thanked President Luis Guillermo Solís and Foreign Minister Manuel González for their support and efforts to promote her candidacy.Last month President Solís promoted her candidacy in the U.S. during an official trip to the White House. He was also planning to promote Figueres’ bid during the 70th U.N. General Assembly in New York next week.The former head of the U.N. Climate Change Secretariat led 195 countries to agree in December to an historic pact to slow global warming.She left her post in July to run for U.N. Secretary-General but didn’t garner enough support to continue in the race.Still, Figueres said her candidacy had strengthened the country’s image and shown that it can compete for “the highest levels of international and multilateral diplomacy.”Figueres said her participation was a triumph for the country and for women. The U.N. has never had a female leader in its 70 years.Minister González said Costa Rica has pressed for a woman to lead the world body and will continue to work toward that goal.Last Friday, at the fourth straw poll of the U.N. Security Council, Figueres and three other female candidates — Argentine Foreign Minister Susana Malcorra, Moldavia former Foreign Minister Natalia Gherman and former New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark — placed in the last four spots.Former Portuguese Prime Minister Antonio Guterres remains the favorite to replace Ban Ki-Moon, who will leave office on Dec. 31.Figueres is the third candidate to withdraw from the race. Montenegro’s Foreign Minister Igor Luksic and former Croatian Foreign Minister Vesna Pusic have also dropped out.See Christiana Figueres’ withdrawal statement (in Spanish): Costa Rican diplomat Christiana Figueres Olsen said Monday that she was dropping her bid to succeed Ban Ki-moon as the United Nations Secretary-General due to the lack of support at the U.N. Security Council.At a news conference held at Costa Rica’s Foreign Ministry in downtown San José, Figueres said she withdrew her candidacy, with respect and gratitude for all the support received, in order to expedite the process. Facebook Commentslast_img read more

EU warns Spain against imposing Gibraltar tax

first_img Top ways to honor our heroes on Veterans Day Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso discussed the spat with Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy by telephone Monday and agreed that a commission fact finding mission should go to the Gibraltar border area as soon as possible and examine the border control and movement of people and goods questions, the commission said in a statement.Barroso expressed hope that Spain and Britain would address the issues in line with their EU membership.Last week, Barroso talked with British Prime Minister David Cameron.The row stems from Gibraltar’s construction of an artificial reef, which Spain says affects its fishermen. In apparent retaliation, Spanish police enforced border control checks on cars entering Gibraltar, creating massive tailbacks.The dispute has led to a sudden souring in diplomatic relations. Spain says it will take all legal measures to defend its interests, while Britain pledges to stand by Gibraltar.On Monday, a British Royal Navy warship arrived in Gibraltar for what Britain’s government said was a planned naval exercise in the Mediterranean.Spain ceded sovereignty of Gibraltar to Britain in the Treaty of Utrecht in 1713, but has persistently sought its return. Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement Milstead says best way to stop wrong-way incidents is driving sober Arizona families, Arizona farms: A legacy of tradition embracing animal care and comfort through modern technology New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies Top Stories (Copyright 2013 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.)center_img The fishermen claim the reef of around 70 concrete blocks _ some with steel rods protruding _ could snare and damage their nets and have stopped fishing there.Rajoy has defended the border controls, saying they are needed to combat drug and tobacco smuggling, adding that the checks are in line with security policies employed by member countries of the Schengen free travel zone. Britain and Gibraltar are not part of the Schengen agreement.Besides floating the idea of charging people entering and leaving Gibraltar 50 euros ($66) to provide compensation for the losses that the fishermen face, Margallo has also talked of investigating Gibraltarians living in Spain for possible financial fraud.Gibraltar’s chief minister, Fabian Picardo, said the reef protects fish stocks from being over-exploited. He said Sunday that that “hell will freeze over” before Gibraltar removes the reef, and he has accused Spain of behaving like North Korea.Gibraltar has accused Rajoy of using the reef dispute to deflect domestic attention away from Spain’s severe economic crisis and allegations of corruption involving his ruling Popular Party.____Associated Press writer Juergen Baetz contributed to this report from Brussels. Giles contributed from Madrid. Sponsored Stories GIBRALTAR (AP) – The European Commission said Monday it hopes Britain and Spain will be able to resolve their latest dispute over Gibraltar by themselves, but warned that Spanish threats to impose a border tax would be illegal.European Commission spokesman Olivier Bailly said the entry tax suggested by Spanish Foreign Minister Jose Manuel Garcia Margallo was not official but that “any tax or fees imposed at the border of a member state will be illegal under EU law. Illegal. Not in line with EU law.” 5 people who need to visit the Ultrastar Multi-tainment Center Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility Comments   Share   last_img read more

LoanDepot Pulls IPO On Eve of Offering

first_imgLoanDepot Pulls IPO On Eve of Offering in Daily Dose, Headlines, News, Origination Initial Public Offering loanDepot 2015-11-13 Scott_Morgan On the day before it was set to go public, loanDepot Inc., announced it would delay its initial public offering amid volatile market conditions.According to a statement filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission on Tuesday, the lender was planning to offer 26.4 million shares of its common stock on Friday, valued at $16 to $18 per share. The move was expected to raise $475 million for the company, which was to be valued at $2.6 billion.According to NASDAQ, the company planned to offer as many as 30 million shares.But on Thursday, the company announced that it will postpone the biggest IPO of the week, due to rough conditions in the market. Conditions, have, of course, been stormy on Wall Street to say the least. On Thursday, the Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 254.15 points, or nearly 1.5 percent. Over the preceding week, it has dropped a total of 2.3 percent.LoanDepot was founded in the darkest days of the recession in 2010, billing itself as an antidote to big banks that disrupted the home loan market. It has grown into the second-largest non-bank lender in a field that now claims 40 percent of the mortgage market.The IPO, for which the company filed in October, was well-anticipated, but given the recent underwhelming performances of IPOs among financial-technology companies, perhaps it is unsurprising that the lender reacted to recent stock market news with cold feet.CEO and Chairman Anthony Hsieh, however, was considerably more optimistic a month ago, when the IPO-to-come was announced. “Our vision is to deliver a diversified lending model sustainable in all market conditions,” he said then. “We look forward to leading the development of marketplace lending through the introduction of new products and services that provide credit solutions for borrowers with attractive returns for investors.”Somewhat ironically, the Dow Jones industrial Average was higher when loanDepot pulled the IPO than it was during the week it announced it would be going public.LoanDepot has not said when it will make a new IPO, nor whether it will offer the same shares or per-share values.center_img Share November 13, 2015 548 Views last_img read more

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