S.Morris

04
May
Federer meet his first opponent in the Tournament of Estoril

Roger Federer met his first opponent in the Tournament of Estoril, Portugal. The current number one ranking of ATP will face German Bjorn Phau, 138 placed in the world. Experienced Phau qualified for second round after overcoming Spaniard Marc Lopez for two tough sets to 1, partial 6 / 4, 4 / 6 and 6 / 1, after nearly two and half hours of confrontation. The next duel between the players will serve as strip-insists, because each one builds up a... [read news]

03
May
Ahmadinejad's speech at the UN boycotted

When the president of Iran, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, approached the podium to speak at the opening of the Review Conference of the Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT), several Western delegations, like the U.S., France and the UK left the room. The conference aims to advance disarmament and strengthen surveillance over the nuclear programs of the world, at a time when the debate in the Security Council a new draft with western and heavy sanctions against... [read news]

30
Apr
U.S. 1st Qtr growth slightly below expectations on consumption goods

The U.S. economy has seen an expansion in the first three months of the year slightly lower than expected, partly curbed by entries and export stocks, while the good performance of consumer spending appears to mirror a sustainable recovery. The first estimate of the data by the Department of Commerce shows for the period January-March growth of gross domestic product amounted to 3.2%, the third consecutive quarter of improving the situation... [read news]

28
Apr
Opel electric car is full speed ahead for AMP

Opel electric car, full speed ahead. From the GM production line "Pre-Production Operations in Warren, Michigan, has just released the first copy of Ampere, electric car General Motors. For the American home is a major milestone that opens the door to the next manufacturing process in mass production. From this mini-chain "in the coming months will leave more copies of pre-production, of course, do not end up in dealerships for sale but will be... [read news]

23
Apr
Markets skeptical that the bailout will be enough for Greece

 After a day of nerves in the markets, the decision of investors is clear: do not believe that formally requested help from Athens to its partners of the euro and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) enough for Greece to cope with their debt. "There is more to do the bumping that has given the bond," says Juan Ignacio Crespo, director in Europe for Thomson Reuters. Investors granted a debt relief to know Greek just the formal request for... [read news]


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