Last year, Tottenham and Ajax went on a dream run and upset a lot of heavyweights. Ajax overcame defending champions Real Madrid in the Round of 16 while upsetting Cristiano Ronaldo’s Juventus in the quarters. On the other hand, Tottenham defeated Dortmund and Manchester City before facing Ajax in the semis. Spurs looked out of the game against Ajax before an extraordinary comeback in the second half of the second leg. Their dream run was halted by Liverpool in the final. … [Read more...] about EXCLUSIVE | Former Manchester City defender picks Champions League ‘dark horses’
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This process was put in place to remove the risk of individual patient identification unless the families of those using the system choose to go public with their story, as was the case with Kerry Robertson. … [Read more...] about Bendigo woman Kerry Robertson becomes first Victorian to use Voluntary Assisted Dying Act
"Since Adam Smith, economists have generally believed in the capacity of free markets to allocate resources efficiently. But most of my colleagues and I recognised that, in a financial panic, fear and risk aversion prevent financial markets from serving their critical functions. For now our interventions remained essential, I argued," wrote Ben Bernanke in his memoirs. When the Federal Reserve explored for ammunition in its arsenal beyond conventional tools during the global financial crisis, many like Jim Rogers who relied on conventional economics believed there wasn’t much at the central bank’s disposal. It was doom’s day. But the late Martin Zweig’s ‘Don’t fight the Fed’ adage gained currency as easy policies rolled on. Central banks in the developed world resorted to many actions, one after the other, to prevent another Great Depression. From cutting interest rates to zero, to buying unlimited quantities of bonds — treasuries to … [Read more...] about Long-term repo funds: Dress rehearsal before a bigger play?