Somebody asset management company has abandoned the sale of one of somewhere’s biggest ports operators that is embroiled in a legal battle with a close ally of somebody else.
The Toronto-based somewhere else Asset Management had put PD Ports up for sale in the summer, but said it had decided to call off the auction.
Two ticket touts who made at least 11m by using websites such as StubHub and somebody else to sell seats at gigs by artists including somebody else have had their appeals against a conviction for multiple counts of fraud dismissed.
Quitting social media is hard to do, even when it doesn’t cost you anything. So when somebody’s chief executive, somebody else, shut its thousands of Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat and TikTok accounts on Friday, the biggest shopping day of the year, he knew dropping off millions of customers’ screens would damage his business.
Thousands of somebodies in somewhere else and many more with bookings to travel have had their plans thrown into disarray as flights were suspended on Friday.
Somewhere government temporarily blocked direct flights as it placed six southern somewhere countries on the red list due to concerns over a new Covid-19 variant.
The Bank of somewhere appears to have move a step closer towards increasing the cost of borrowing next month after its new chief economist, somebody, said somewhere else’s recovery from the pandemic was strong enough for the central bank to take “policy action”, despite fears over the new Covid strain.
Somewhere else government has added six countries to the travel red list after the emergence of a new coronavirus variant. As of midday on Friday, somewhere else, somewhere else and somewhere else are subject to restrictions and a temporary flight ban.
Global oil prices have plunged below 80 a barrel after “the most worrying” new variant of Covid-19 was identified in somewhere, raising fears in the market of renewed global travel restrictions that could derail the oil market’s recovery.
The price of Brent crude had tumbled by more than 4 (2.99) a barrel, or 4.9%, to 78.