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Oil majors save FTSE from heavier losses after Opec moves to slash production

Irish Independent 05 Oct 2022
The supermarket had previously expected the higher end to potentially reach £2.6 billion.Shares dipped by half a percent on Wednesday.The biggest risers on the FTSE 100 were Shell, up 40.5p to 2,378.5p, Auto Trader, up 8.6p to 544.4p, Haleon, up 4.25p to 278.45p, BP, up 5.7p to ...
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Trustco now in legal dispute with Bank of Namibia

Independent online (SA) 03 Oct 2022
“This results in a significant barrier to entry for a 100 percent Namibian-owned start-up bank like Trustco Bank, to successfully enter the banking industry ... It said Trustco Bank was a 100% percent Namibian-owned bank with limited deposits, and a small loan book, but with “immense potential.”.
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Bucs begin to focus on Chiefs but their hearts are at home

News & Record 29 Sep 2022
So I’m locked in what’s going on during my down time for sure ... A Greensboro church loses a membership — and that's OK Judge recuses himself in Blind Tiger case after club owner alleges potential conflict A patio for your cat ... The location of that game still isn’t 100 percent ... 1. No ... “The field is still only 100 yards for us no matter where we play ... .
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'It's a watershed moment': England World Cup kit sponsors Nike are under growing pressure to ...

The Daily Mail 28 Sep 2022
Indeed, the drive to attract lucrative sponsorship deals for national federations such at the FA is said to be becoming increasingly difficult with brands now fully aware of the potential for bad publicity given the negative publicity that has surrounded the World Cup ... What Hummel has done 100 percent adds pressure on companies.’.
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Govt urged to boost PH ship registry

The Manila Times 27 Sep 2022
Padilla said that although the country gets so many students with a lot of potential, of the 100,000 students, only around 25 percent of them will be able to finish the classroom instruction phase of their education ... "The Philippine Flag Registry only has around 100 ships but ...
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A letter to a billionaire sparked a W.Va. economic windfall

The Dispatch 24 Sep 2022
... that will use 100 percent renewable energy to manufacture titanium products for the aerospace and other industries ... Carmichael said nearly 100 percent of the major corporations he’s now attempting to recruit to West Virginia want renewable energy in their potential site plan.
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Louisiana risks billions in storm surge damage without new coastal projects, officials warn

The Advocate 23 Sep 2022
These maps and graphics show the potential loss of coastal land without additional projects being approved as part of the 2023 update ... The models show an estimated $845 million a year in possible damages there from the effects of storm surge caused by a hurricane with a 1 percent chance of occurring in any year, a so-called 100-year storm.
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Mayoral hopeful Eric Hall wants to unlock St. Helena's potential

Napa Valley Register 21 Sep 2022
... employees and physical assets perform to their full potential ... “I would like to see it perform 100 percent on 60 percent of what it does — that 60 percent being infrastructure and finance.”.
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Brandon Aiyuk: 49ers' Jimmy Garoppolo-Trey Lance Storyline Non-Issue for Team

NBC Bay Area 21 Sep 2022
Stay informed about local news and weather ... “For y’all,” Aiyuk said ... While sports pundits debate if coach Kyle Shanahan is at fault for Lance’s injury, players including Aiyuk know that potential injury is part of the risk of playing the game. No player is 100 percent healthy after the regular season starts, and some are not even at that point. .
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Why Health Officials Won’t Let Independent Scientists Examine mRNA Vax Vials

Principia Scientific 20 Sep 2022
... in the shots “is not intact.” Both of these pose potentially serious problems ... “Even if you are getting 100 percent intact mRNA which would be really rare, you’re still not getting anything that resembles the virus ... For an effective product, mRNA integrity needs to be 100 percent.
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If we keep rolling the dice, we’ll eventually get our apocalypse

Bangor Daily News 19 Sep 2022
The distinction between a 99 percent wipe-out and a 100 percent ... (By the way, the climate change problem goes away instantly if you reduce the human population by 99 percent.) Whereas if 100 percent of the population dies now, all those potential future lives are also lost.
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Health officials urge public to get latest COVID-19 booster, flu shot

The Hillsdale Daily News 17 Sep 2022
COLDWATER — Residents can now get the latest COVID-19 booster and flu shots at their local Branch-Hillsdale-St. Joseph Community Health Agency office ... “While no vaccine is 100 percent effective at preventing illness, vaccines decrease the potential for serious illness, hospitalization and death," said Dr. Karen Luparello, medical director ... 398St ... 298 ... .
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Know these poisonous mushrooms before you go foraging

Bangor Daily News 17 Sep 2022
Each year, during mushroom season (late spring through November), he’s contacted on average two or three times a week about potential mushroom poisonings ... And there are a few of them, a small number, that are potentially deadly.”. That’s why it’s important to be 100 percent sure about a mushroom’s identity before eating it, Marley said.
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The YIMBY War Breaking Out on the Left

New York Magazine 16 Sep 2022
Ten percent of the units will be reserved for tenants making 30 percent or less of the city’s area median income, or $35,790 for a family of four ... The potential for lost housing — housing that is, unlike most projects, 100 percent affordable — is still not enough to move Niou.
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McDonald's Korea initiates sale procedure for M&A market

Korea Times 14 Sep 2022
The 100 percent stake in McDonald's Korea held by McDonald's APMEA Singapore Investments will be up for sale ... The letter also said that the average revenue of each branch has grown by 8 percent per year over the past three years, showing further upside potential of the business.

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