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On Friday, U.S. President Joe Biden lost his footing and jumped off for Air Force One several times.
The 78-year-old American leader stumbled and quickly flew from the plane to the middle of the plane.
He grabbed the railing with his right hand and tried to recover quickly, but tripped again and this time fell to his knees.
Biden stood up, stopped, brushed his left trouser leg, then raised his head upstairs, turned to salute him, and entered the plane.
Shortly thereafter, Air Force One took off from Washington, the capital, and flew to Atlanta, where Biden met with members of the Asian American community, which shocked the series of shootings in the massage room.
Deputy Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre told Biden of the downtrend that he said: "He did a good job. He did a good job."
Biden, the oldest president ever, hurriedly showed up during the campaign.
Last year, he was often seen as jogging to the stage or on the podium.
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Both Netflix and Amazon will launch new animated series this week: "Dota: Blood of the Dragon" and "Invincible".
(Bloomberg)-Asian stocks fell on Tuesday as U.S. Treasury bonds and the U.S. dollar rose slightly. Traders are paying close attention to the setbacks of recovery from the pandemic and are preparing to conduct US auctions to test bond demand. China's CSI 300 Index is close to its lowest point since the beginning of the year. After US and European stock futures rebounded overnight on Wall Street, the Nasdaq 100 index outperformed the Standard & Poor's 500 index, thanks to the decline in long-term borrowing costs. The U.S. 10-year U.S. Treasury bond yield has fallen further from its highest level in about 14 months. Hope to increase demand during this week’s sales boom. The bonds issued include seven-year Treasury bonds. The maturity date did not perform well in the auction last month, and the benchmark yields rose sharply. Oil prices fell and the US dollar rose. After the government took measures to curb the rise in real estate prices and cooled speculation about the central bank’s interest rate hike, the New Zealand dollar’s gains against the US dollar this year have been erased. The stability of bond yields is worrying for investors. The weak economic recovery expenditures in the United States may reignite the inflation rate and provide some relief from coercive factors. The central bank tightened its policies. The Biden administration is considering a trillion-dollar economic plan to follow the stimulus plan signed earlier this month. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen (Janet Yellen) emphasized in her preparatory speech to testify to Congress on Tuesday that encouraging economic data should not distract the progress still being made. . Chairman Jerome Powell pointed out in his speech that the Federal Reserve will continue to provide support to the US economy. "Risk assets can survive the recovery phase with higher yields," but this is not the reason for the soaring inflation rate. Dwyfor Evans, head of Asia Pacific Macro Strategy, State Street Global Market Strategy Department. "We are not there yet, so in terms of the business cycle, this is actually still the beginning of this deflationary phase-this is what is currently driving the stock market." Elsewhere, Germany faces severe lockdowns during the Easter holiday. Because officials seek to reverse the latest wave of Covid-19 infections. The move comes as there are signs that as the number of deaths and cases worldwide increases, progress in the fight against the pandemic has stalled. Traders remain vigilant about possible news from Microsoft Corp., after a person familiar with the matter said that they were negotiating the acquisition of Discord Inc. (A). Video game chat community, valued at more than 10 billion U.S. dollars. Here are some important events to watch this week: Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen and Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell made their debut on the US House of Representatives Financial Services Committee on Tuesday. Two-year, five-year and seven-year debt; EIA crude oil inventory report on Wednesday; Friday US personal income and expenditure data; these are some of the major moves in the financial markets: Standard & Poor’s 500 index futures fell 0.2% as of the second day: 30 pm Tokyo time. On Monday the index rose 0.7%, the Nasdaq 100 futures fell 1.7%, and the index rose 1.7%. Japan’s Topix Index fell 0.7%, Australia’s S&P/ASX 200 Index fell 0.1%, South Korea’s Kospi Index fell 0.9%, China’s CSI 300 fell 1.3%, Hong Kong’s Hang Seng Index fell 1.3%, and the exchange rate of the Japanese Yen against the U.S. dollar It rose 0.1% to US$108.76; the Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index rose 0.2%; the euro fell 0.1% to US$1.1923; the New Zealand dollar fell 1.1% to US$1.1923. The yield on the 70.84 cent bond 10-year U.S. Treasury bond fell two basis points to 1.67%; the Australian 10-year bond yield fell three basis points to 1.73%; commodity gold fell 0.2% to $1,736 per ounce; West Texas Intermediate crude oil fell 1% to $60.93. For more similar articles, please visit Bloomberg.com to visit us and subscribe now to get the most trusted source of business news. ©2021 Bloomberg LP
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has urged Bahrain to implement fiscal reforms and reduce its public debt. As the coronavirus crisis has damaged this small oil-producing Gulf country, Bahrain increased sharply last year. Bahrain responded quickly to contain the COVID-19 pandemic and launched an extensive vaccination campaign. However, this crisis caused the economy to shrink by 5.4% in 2020 and the non-oil economy by 7%. The International Monetary Fund said that the country’s overall fiscal deficit increased from 9% in 2019 to 18.2% of last year’s GDP due to the decline in oil prices, while public debt rose to 133% of GDP from 102% a year ago. %. A statement was issued on Monday night.
Cricket cult hero Rahkeem Cornwall made history against Sri Lanka on the second day of the first test.
During the period when Facebook banned Australian news, daily downloads of the ABC app increased tenfold. Broadcasting company managing director David Anderson (David Anderson) has confirmed to the Senate that there are estimated to be about 36,000 downloads per day in a week.
Both mothers and their little ones love Big W's matching pajamas. Find out why the prints of "Alice in Wonderland" are quickly falling off the shelves.
Donovan Mitchell (Donovan Mitchell) scored 30 points, Rudy Gobert (Rudy Gobert) contributed 21 points, 10 rebounds and a career-high 9 blocks. The Utah Jazz scored 120- on Monday night. A score of 95 defeated the Chicago Bulls. And get 17 points.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu hopes that the launch of the country’s world-leading coronavirus vaccine will eventually propel him through an unprecedented era of political paralysis and become a stable majority. But Netanyahu is the main politician of his generation and a polarizing figure in Israel. Netanyahu, 71, was overwhelmed by corruption allegations, which he denied.
The Morrison administration is preparing for another round of consultations on the national corruption monitoring agency that it first promised in 2018. Assistant Attorney General Amanda Stoker confirmed on Tuesday that the government will seek a third round of feedback on the agency’s proposed laws.
The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) said that British drug manufacturer AstraZeneca may not provide a complete view of the efficacy data of the COVID-19 vaccine from large-scale trials in the United States. On Monday, in a large-scale trial conducted in the United States, Chile and Peru, its COVID-19 vaccine developed by the University of Oxford was 79% effective in preventing symptomatic diseases.
Fan favorite Rahkeem Corwnall showed off his batting skills, reaching 50 for the first time. Source: British Telecom
In this week’s AFP Sport golf talking points, there is a lack of headlights from the head coach and outstanding features of the women who will be back:
Corey Norman admits that he is in the most important year of his career because he faces an uncertain future for the first time since his NRL debut in 2010. Norman made a public speech after participating in the Australia Day street fight on Tuesday. He failed to defend the NRL, saying he was defending himself.
Paul Momirovski of the @penrithpanthers center said that it is up to Nathan Cleary to decide whether to participate in the competition.
Enthusiastic James O'Connor will learn from the wet weather rugby game that England and NSW Waratahs (NSW Waratahs) drew in wet Sydney on Saturday. The Red Army's 41-7 victory was their biggest victory against Valatas in the opening ceremony of Super Rugby AU. One round was held in Brisbane, but O'Connor knew the situation at the Australian Stadium this weekend would be different.
As the US$183 billion of bills will be auctioned, the demand for US Treasuries will be tested this week. After the failure of the auction of the 7-year Treasury bonds that expired last month, it is likely to pay close attention to a 7-year note sale. Last year, the U.S. Treasury Department substantially increased debt issuance to fund stimulus measures in response to the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic. Increased supply, coupled with the Federal Reserve's commitment to maintain loose monetary policy amid rising economic growth and inflation, has prompted a rise in Treasury bond yields.
(Bloomberg)-Southeast Asia's oil and fuel demand has reached a plateau after an initial recovery from the downturn caused by Covid-19, and may not return to pre-virus levels until the end of this year or later. The vaccination and resurgence of about 700 million people is delaying the timetable for business as usual. Traffic in parts of Indonesia and Malaysia is still restricted, while tourist hotspots in Thailand are still closed. Singapore’s aviation hub did not have much success in the travel bubbles with other countries. After the coup, Myanmar was devastated by civil unrest. The Indonesian fuel sales of state-owned energy company PT Pertamina were still about 7% lower than pre-pandemic levels. Say. According to FGE, gasoline demand in Indonesia and Malaysia has recovered "substantially" since April last year, but the momentum of the new ban has slowed. The industry consultant said that Indonesian diesel consumption should return to normal in the third quarter, but the situation in Malaysia is still uncertain. "During Muslim fasting, we should see gasoline resume its path to recovery in April and May." FGE senior oil market analyst Grayson Lim (Grayson Lim) said that Ramadan is a demand for diesel, but "demand is mixed." He said that the operation of the refinery should continue to improve, but by the end of the year it will still be below the level before the virus infection. According to Lim, Indonesia’s average daily operating volume this quarter was 800,000 barrels, compared with 900,000 barrels before the virus outbreak. He said that Malaysia’s daily production in the first three months of this year was about 570,000 barrels, and under normal circumstances it was 600,000 barrels. Thailand’s gasoline and diesel demand this year may be only about 1% higher than 2020. To IRPC Pcl. A spokesperson said in an email response to the question that the refinery plans to increase the operating rate of its plant in Rayong Province from 86% in the second half of the year to 95% to 97% in the second half of the year, to 88%. . A spokesperson said that Bangchak Corp., another Thai oil refinery, will restart its daily oil refinery at 120,000 barrels this month after maintenance and will operate at full capacity thereafter. Petron Corp., the largest oil company in the Philippines, plans to resume operations of its refinery. The refinery was idle in the second half of the year due to the rebound in fuel sales. The country has been importing fuel since it closed its 180,000 barrels-per-day factory in May last year. At the same time, the deteriorating protests in Myanmar mean that fuel imports will remain sluggish until the situation is resolved before buyers can regain financing. Analysts at Energy Aspects are still working to resume travel. Indonesia has included Batam and Bintan in the travel corridor arrangement with Singapore. Starting in late April, foreign tourists will return to the resort island. This arrangement is the second arrangement after Bali and can be reopened as early as June. At the same time, Thailand has decided to shorten the mandatory quarantine period for foreign travelers from next month. Jet fuel is a laggard in the recovery of petroleum products in Southeast Asia and globally. According to IRPC data, until international travel restarts, aviation fuel demand will remain at about half of its pre-virus level. Octavia said that the demand for jet fuel across Asia is unlikely to return to 2019 levels before 2023. "In most parts of the region, the operating rate will continue to be lower than the level of 2019 until regional demand (except China and India) shows an overall improvement." (For details on relaxing travel regulations, see paragraph 9). For more articles of this type, please visit Bloomberg.com. Visit us and subscribe now to stay ahead of the most trusted business news source. ©2021 Bloomberg LP
People have broad expectations for the coming economic boom in the United States, which has forced bond fund managers to abandon their scripts to counter the nemesis they have not had to worry about for more than a decade: inflation. The 10-year break-even inflation rate of the 10-year US Treasury Inflation Protection Securities is a measure of the expected annual inflation rate for the next 10 years. It rose to 2.32% on Thursday, the highest level since January 2014.
75% of the ministers of the Federal Free Government are men.
The United Kingdom on Tuesday commemorated the anniversary of its first coronavirus lockdown with "National Day of Reflection," which will allow Parliament to observe a minute of silence to mourn the deaths of more than 126,000 people.