BI has bought a total of Rp 172.5 trillion worth of government bonds, including Rp 166.2 trillion from foreign investors in the secondary market. “We will always be in the market to maintain liquidity,” Perry said.Although the rupiah has depreciated by 18.29 percent since the beginning of the year, Perry said the currency was moving in a good market mechanism and that exporters continued to supply foreign exchange to the market.“We also encourage importers and global investors that need US dollars to enter the DNDF market to hedge their funds and the premium is relatively cheap,” he said.As of 10.27 a.m., the rupiah traded at 16.402 per US dollar, down 0.57 percent.Topics : Foreign investors are slowly coming back to Indonesia as Bank Indonesia (BI) is seeing signs of an easing of the recent capital outflow from the country.BI Governor Perry Warjiyo said on Tuesday that the central bank recorded a total Rp 145.1 trillion (US$8.7 billion) of capital outflow throughout the first three months of this year. The figure consisted of a Rp 131.1 trillion outflow from government bonds and Rp 9.9 trillion from the stock market.The figure was much lower than the outflow BI recorded during the height of the coronavirus outbreak from Jan. 20 to March 30 that reached Rp 167.9 trillion, consisting of Rp 153.4 trillion from the bond market and Rp 13.4 trillion from the stock market. Although still recording an outflow, the central bank has started to see foreign investors coming back to the country with the volume of the outflow declining and the latest government bond auction oversubscribed.“The government absorbed Rp 22.2 trillion from the Rp 15 trillion indicative target from the auction because it received total bids of Rp 35.5 trillion,” Perry said during a video conference with the media.Perry attributed the easing outflow to the various economic stimulus packages and stabilization by the central bank.“The measures successfully subdued panic in the market despite the high levels of uncertainty,” he said during a video conference with the media. BI has been stabilizing the markets through its “triple market intervention” measures, focusing on the foreign exchange spot market, domestic non-deliverable forward (DNDF) and secondary bond markets.
FORT LAUDERDALE – The Fort Lauderdale Police Department is seeing an increase in the number of phone scams and is issuing a warning to residents.In some of the incidents, the calls appear to come from the Fort Lauderdale Police Department. Scammers are falsifying the caller ID and using our main number, 954-828- 5700.Scammers have also used names and badge numbers of Fort Lauderdale Police employees. Please be aware we will never ask for payment of any kind over the phone. You can always call us directly to verify any suspicious claims.Similar scams have also involved callers claiming you owe money to the IRS or fees for other legal services and will threaten arrest if it is not taken care of immediately.Here are a few tips to avoid falling victim to a phone scam:The calls are often unexpected. Do not hesitate to ask questions. ·Never give your personal information (i.e., Social Security Number, Credit Card numbers, banking information, etc.)Do not withdraw money, purchase gift cards or Bitcoin without first verifying the legitimacy.Report the scam to the Federal Trade Commission online: https://www.ftccomplaintassistant.govAnyone who believes they have become a victim of a phone scam should immediately contact the Fort Lauderdale Police Department to file a police report, 954-764-HELP
Share Submit Sportito makes LatAm debut in Brazil October 30, 2019 Share Related Articles StumbleUpon Ecommpay’s Anthony Medica: How fast payouts are key to boosting customer loyalty April 22, 2020 SBC Awards: The key to an effective submission August 28, 2020 Oulala.com, the daily fantasy sports (DFS) operator and B2B provider, has announced the closing of a new funding round of €1.35m (£1.12m), coming from private investors.Benjamin Carlotti, OulalaOulala will use the raised funds to gain more traction on the B2B landscape, and to confirm its leading position as the first DFS network specialised in European football. Benjamin Carlotti, Managing Director of Oulala stated: ”The DFS market is currently experiencing a consistent and rapid growth in Europe, which was confirmed by the strong interest from investors during this latest funding round.” With developments in the DFS market, the Malta-based company has also restructured its sales and business development department by hiring two senior collaborators.Oliver Niner, formerly a business development manager at Marathonbet, will take on the role of Business Development Director, while Anthony Medica, previously linked with Summit of iGaming Malta (SIGMA) and Sports Betting Community (SBC), will serve as Sales Director.2016 has been a successful year for Oulala ‒ after winning the ‘Data and Business Intelligence 2016 Idol of the Year’ award at the iGaming Idol Awards, the company also won the award for ‘Best Fantasy Sports Product’ at the SBC Awards ceremony, while its co-founders Valery Bollier and Benjamin Carlotti were recognised as Tech Ambassadors for Malta by the Malta Communications Authority.During the next 12 months, Oulala will mainly focus on expanding its network with iGaming operators, and the company will actually officialise new partnerships in the first quarter of 2017.”We are very confident that DFS is poised for a solid growth next year. 2017 will be the year of Oulala,” added Carlotti.
Agadir, Morocco | AFP | Congo Brazzaville became the fifth country to qualify for the African Nations Championship quarter-finals by beating Burkina Faso Saturday, while Cameroon were eliminated after losing to Angola.Substitute Georges Bidimbou scored with a close-range header during the second minute of stoppage time to clinch a 2-0 Group D triumph for Congo in southern Moroccan city Agadir. The Angolan made the most of the penalty-area contest for possession, falling easily after minimal contact between the rivals.It was sweet revenge for Angola who drew and lost to the same country in previous tournaments while Cameroon bowed out at the group stage after reaching the quarter-finals in two other appearances.Cameroon are the second “big name” football nation after the Ivory Coast to lose their opening two matches and be eliminated from the biennial tournament. Angola have four points and need one more from their final group fixture against Congo next Wednesday to be sure of reaching the knockout phase.Title favourites Morocco, Sudan, Zambia and Namibia have also reached the quarter-finals, leaving Nigeria, Rwanda, Libya, Angola and Burkina Faso to fight for the other three places.Share on: WhatsApp Carof Bakoua had put Congo ahead on 67 minutes, tapping the ball into the net after Burkina Faso captain and goalkeeper Adama Sawadogo could only parry a header.Congo, who edged Cameroon during the first series of group games in a tournament for local-based footballers, have six points and are sure of a top-two finish with a game to play.Captain Ricardo “Job” Estevao converted a debatable penalty on 30 minutes to earn Angola a 1-0 victory in the first half of a double-header watched by about 10,000 spectators.Bertrand Owundi was judged to have fouled Va, one of many Angolans who prefer short Brazilian-style football names to their often lengthy official ones.
The county received eight bids for the project, with the highest at about $1.6 million. The county had estimated the project to cost $900,000 to $1 million.The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) will reimburse the county 80 percent of the cost, or about $705,342, with the county and Atlantic Highlands splitting the remaining 20 percent, or about $88,168 each.The trail has remained open, but in what the Park System has described as a “primitive condition” of compacted soil. During the re-construction, that portion of the trail is to be closed.The Henry Hudson Trail runs for about 28 miles, using a combination of roads and unused railroad right-of-ways between Sandy Hook and Freehold. From Sandy Hook to Aberdeen, the trail also is known as the Bayshore Trail. By Joseph SapiaAN OCEAN COUNTY company has won a contract to restore an Atlantic Highlands section of the Henry Hudson Trail destroyed in 2012’s Super Storm Sandy.The Monmouth County Board of Recreation Commissioners recently awarded the contract to the low-bidder, Compass Construction of Plumsted. Compass bid $881,677.In October 2012, Sandy’s 14-foot surge destroyed the wooden walkway and trail surfacing, along with the bluff, on a 1-1/4-mile section of the trail from the Atlantic Highlands Municipal Harbor to Popamora Point on the Atlantic Highlands-Highlands boundary. The restoration work will include diverting runoff to Sandy Hook Bay under the trail to protect against erosion, resurfacing the trail with both pavement and stone dust, and rebuilding the walkway with prefabricated concrete.The work is to be completed in 100 days, but the actual start date, expected to be in September or October, has yet to be determined, said Joseph Sardonia, supervising landscape architect for the Monmouth County Park System.
The Unknowns overcame an early-tournament loss to rout Louie’s 13-2 to capture the 2014 Nelson Mixed Slopitch Championship Sunday afternoon at the Lakeside Diamonds.The Unknowns scored early and often en route to the team’s 14th crown in the last 20 Nelson Mixed Slopitch seasons.Mallard’s Source for sports are proud to honour the Unknowns with Team of the Week accolades.The team includes,Rachel Stewart, Roman Wylie, Rob Chernenko, Lorne Wuori, Kent Smith, Shane Cutler, Jarrett Slomba, Mike Roch, Keaton Roch, Justin Willans, Tanis Bouchier-Willans, manager Joe Capriglione, Christine Wayling, Michelle Lellevre, Lauren Suomi, Luree Gould, Jayden Roch, Jaxson Slomba and Abby Bouchier-Willans.Molson Finley won the B event title while Hour Glass took home the C event crown. The Unknowns didn’t get mad, the team just got even.
ARCADIA, Calif. (Feb. 4, 2017)–Idle since breaking his maiden on Nov. 27, Royal Mo broke like a shot from the rail and dictated terms throughout as he scored an impressive 3 ½ length win in Saturday’s Grade III, 1 1/16 miles Robert B. Lewis Stakes at Santa Anita, thus stamping himself as a top tier Kentucky Derby candidate. Ridden by Victor Espinoza, owned by Jerry and Ann Moss and trained by John Shirreffs, the imposing bay colt by Uncle Mo got the distance in 1:43.48.“I was very happy with how he ran, the pace, the fractions, having that horse (Irap, with Mario Gutierrez) outside of him, hooking him a little bit, so I think he showed a lot of character,” said Shirreffs, who also conditions recent Grade III Sham Stakes winner Gormley for the Mosses.“You take it as it comes (referring to what might be next for his two talented sophomores). Obviously, you don’t really want to run them together. We’ll just have to see how it goes. I haven’t spoken with Mr. Moss about that, so we’ll see.”A gate to wire maiden winner at one mile, Royal Mo faced stakes competition for the first time today and was off at 3-2 in a field of five, paying $5.00, $3.40 and $2.20. With the win, he also picked up 10 Kentucky Derby qualifying points and a check for $90,000, which brings his earnings to $144,200. Second in his first two races sprinting, Royal Mo now has two wins from four starts.“He’s such a big horse, he doesn’t have that quickness for the first couple of strides,” said Espinoza. “As soon as he gets into rhythm though, he’ll keep going…He’s improving a lot. From the last few races to this race, he’s really coming along. He’s going in the right direction. Hopefully, we keep going that way.”Moss, a member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, who gained worldwide notoriety as the owner of the legendary Zenyatta, also teamed with Shirreffs to win the 2005 Kentucky Derby with longshot Giacomo.“We haven’t had two horses (Royal Mo and Gormley) in this position in a long time and it’s fun,” said Moss. “I’ll have to talk to John, but I think we’ll go to Arkansas with one and stay here with the other. (Royal Mo) is almost 17 hands, but he’s still got some growing to do…We really don’t see anyone coming up that scares us…This horse has been working great and the Derby is a great thing to dream about.”One of three Doug O’Neill trainees, Irap pressed the winner throughout and held off favored Sheer Flattery by a neck for second money. Off at 4-1, Irap paid $4.20 and $2.60.“I think pace makes the race and the first half wasn’t overly quick,” said O’Neill. “When you give a horse like Royal Mo an uncontested lead you’re going to be in trouble.”Third turning for home, Sheer Flattery, who was ridden by Mike Smith, never threatened the winner while finishing 2 ¼ lengths in front of Term of Art. Off at 7-5, Sheer Flattery paid $2.20 to show.Fractions, all set by the winner, were 23.86, 47.37, 1:11.50 and 1:36.84.The second, third and fourth place finishers received four, two and one Kentucky Derby qualifying points.
SANTA CLARA — Back when he had a Baltimore bachelor pad, Kyle Juszczyk would spend his offseasons in the basement, handcrafting furniture out of Home Depot lumber runs.He built his kitchen table. He made a nightstand. Then he packed them up in March 2017 for a cross-country move to join the 49ers.“Now I garden a lot,” Juszczyk said. “All kinds of peppers, bok choy, onions, carrots, eggplant.”Juszczyk has taken root as a 49ers mainstay, a rare success story when it comes to high-priced free …