Daily Schmankerl: Alaba to Real Madrid, Thiago to
Daily Schmankerl: Alaba to Real Madrid, Thiago to Barcelona, Giulia Gwinn destroys the Living Room Cup - Bavarian Football Works
It’s a double-shot of the Don: one Spanish big shot is gunning for David Alaba, and the other one for Thiago. Guess who.
Alas, Marcelos time at Real Madrid is coming to a close. Ferland Mendy is the new kid in town, and Zinedine Zidane needs someone to keep him on his toes. Ergo, the Don reasons, Florentino Pérez may poach David Alaba from Bayern Munich at a discount: Because his contract with Bayern Munich expires in 2021, and at the moment there is no agreement to renew it and little optimism in that regard. For about 50 million euros, he might change the scenery. Even the Don knows that Alaba is a real prize: hes at the perfect age, 27, and he moreover is versatile, playing both left-back and center-back with aplomb. But there will be enormous competition ... Barça, Juventus Turin, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United and Inter Milan are all rumored to be in the hunt. And, of course, theres Bayern Munich, who probably want to sign their versatile, homegrown defender at the perfect age to an extension. As the Don says (in auto-translation) at the end, There is nothing. Double Don: the poor folks at Barcelona think all their midfielders not named Frenkie de Jong and Arthur Melo are leaving in addition to sundry club vice-presidents! What to do? Even Fabián Ruiz will probably end up at Real Madrid. Enter the Don with a plan: Therefore, there is no other choice but to think of an alternative, and there is a proper name that seems to seduce the president. Its Thiago Alcántara, who has already contacted the club, and who wants to return this summer. How interesting! This rumor flies in the face of the latest reports about Thiago and the odds of his signing with Barcelona. Lets see: We will have to see, as they, and the Don, say. Alaba not the youngest-ever Austria player after all (kicker) Alas, David Alaba is not the youngest debutant in the history of the Austrian national team. Der Standard has determined that Walter Jokl was in fact the youngest ever to debut for Austria on November 4, 1917! Jokl was born on January 3, 1901, so he was 16 years, 305 days old when he tended goal against Hungary for Austria. Jokl played only four times for Austria, the last time in 1919, and played for the forerunner of Austria Vienna. He was reputedly a temperamental figure, once leaving the pitch in frustration in the middle of a match after conceding a goal. Alaba debuted on October 14, 2009, at 17 years, 112 days, old. Still pretty good. In case you missed it: PHONZIE 2025! Giulia Gwinn dominates the challenge Leon Dajakus home workout Yay, Thomas! Lol, the Firminos play Mr. and Mrs. Zlatan gonna Zlatan
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Unthinkable Becomes Very Real For US Oil Price - Action Forex
Ever thought that it could be imaginable to see the price of U.S oil valued at less than a pizza? Or even a slice of pizza? How about for it to actually cost to sell U.S crude? All of this was previously thought to be unthinkable, but it became very real for …
Ever thought that it could be imaginable to see the price of U.S oil valued at less than a pizza? Or even a slice of pizza? How about for it to actually cost to sell U.S crude? All of this was previously thought to be unthinkable, but it became very real for traders as the price of U.S oil turned negative for the first time in history. WTI futures set to expire suffered a disastrous plunge of more than 300%, sinking as low as – $40 to begin the new trading week. 20 April 2020 will be remembered as a dark and disastrous day for the oil industry and witnessing the selling unfold was like watching a fire in the distance grow ablaze in an uncontrollable manner. This will have alarm bells ringing with the noise stretching all the way from the United States to Canada, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Nigeria as well as multiple other destinations simultaneously. It is important to recognize that the price carnage was for May contracts set to expire imminently with June contracts still valued at around $20 although no one can say never say never or that lightning will not strike twice if asked the question on whether upcoming contracts could follow a similar path of destruction in valuation. There is a tremendous oversupply in the market and simply nowhere left for storage, meaning that until someone can find a place to keep what is produced that limited buyers will be in the market. All of this is happening as many in the world remain on lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic. The International Energy Agency (IEA) project that demand for crude can drop this month by 29million barrels per day, significantly more than the historic OPEC+ agreement where producers have agreed to cut production by nearly 10million barrels per day from May. It was already inevitable that oil producers worldwide would be asked to cut production output by an even greater scale than what agreed, and some might attempt to curtail production immediately rather than when the upcoming OPEC+ agreement was initially set to commence. Producers would still need a helping hand from worldwide restrictions being lifted with many of our economic engines not functioning properly due to the coronavirus pandemic to strengthen the prospects of higher oil price. Elsewhere global stock markets will be on the watchlist to see if they follow a path of weakness in light of the destruction that took place in oil price. So far trading in Asia has shown signs of this, although some of the fluctuation is thought to be a reaction to reports that North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is critically ill. Should risk-off prevail, a lack of risk appetite can see traders question whether the recent recoveries in global stock markets are justifiable. This would also pose a question for emerging markets and their currencies, including the Korean Won, Indonesian Rupiah, Turkish Lira and South African Rand. The latter of which would be tested should the USD restore itself as the go-to currency during coronavirus uncertainty. I do feel that there are prospects for another drive higher in the Greenback. The world has become optimistic that lockdown restrictions will be eased and while that sounds all well and good, there is a need for caution that some of the recent feel-good headlines and hopeful declining rates of infections are more a case of lockdown restrictions doing their job rather than the danger of the virus carrying less infection risks. If this train of thought picks up momentum and caution becomes the narrative rather than light at the end of the tunnel the USD, JPY and Gold can see returning demand as safe havens. As well as emerging markets, some of the other currencies that can decline in this type of scenario include the Euro, Australian Dollar and British Pound.
Over 50,000 Honor 30 smartphones sold in first flash sale - comments - GSMArena.com
Corona, 6 hours agoWho the hell bought it considering whole world under lock down.Honor sell mostly online and it is only sold in China at the moment where the lockdown finished quite a while ago Corona, 6 hours agoWho the hell bought it considering whole world under lock down.You can still buy phones on the internet. Seriously though, I would rather have p40 lite than any honor 30 variants for the simple fact it comes with less cut out and an audio jack not to mention the weight and size differenances. nice and yet affordable but i am just hoping that moresquarish corners will be released in the coming futute Who the hell bought it considering whole world under lock down.