Silver Market – Silveracce 365 http://silveracce365.com/ Thu, 29 Sep 2022 16:37:39 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://silveracce365.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-5.png Silver Market – Silveracce 365 http://silveracce365.com/ 32 32 The impact of the recession on the market may already be priced in, says Vanguard’s CIO https://silveracce365.com/the-impact-of-the-recession-on-the-market-may-already-be-priced-in-says-vanguards-cio/ Thu, 29 Sep 2022 16:37:39 +0000 https://silveracce365.com/the-impact-of-the-recession-on-the-market-may-already-be-priced-in-says-vanguards-cio/ The jittery stock market of the year is focused on a long-awaited recession — a frightening event that a hike-happy Federal Reserve is doing nothing to prevent. But amidst such a widespread negative outlook, Gregory Davis, CIO of Vanguard Group, is brighter about the future. “Our base case for the US includes a relatively mild […]]]>

The jittery stock market of the year is focused on a long-awaited recession — a frightening event that a hike-happy Federal Reserve is doing nothing to prevent. But amidst such a widespread negative outlook, Gregory Davis, CIO of Vanguard Group, is brighter about the future.

“Our base case for the US includes a relatively mild recession over the next 24 months,” Davis said in an interview on the wealth manager’s website. Vanguard is best known for its large retail presence, though it does have a significant institutional client base.

The S&P 500 is firmly in bear market territory and is down 22% this year. The bond market has also suffered poor results, with the Bloomberg US Agg down 15% in 2022.

Regardless, Davis said, investors could be through the worst. “Because financial markets tend to be forward-looking, a recession may already be priced in,” he argued. In addition, “it is premature to announce the death of the traditionally balanced portfolio.”

Davis believes both stock and bond investors should be on the lookout for upside. “Yes, the correlation between stocks and bonds has increased this year, which has wiped out some of the diversification benefits. But that has happened occasionally in the past.”

According to Davis, there is a silver lining in this situation. “With the recent sell-off, stock markets are now close to fair value,” he said. “In the bond markets, rising interest rates are causing investors pain in the short term, and higher interest rates have increased expectations of returns.”

Davis said he doesn’t think Europe is in recession yet, but will be until the end of the year. He expects that to be mild too. He doubts China is in recession, although he acknowledges that its economic slowdown is having an impact on the rest of the world. Still, Davis continued to predict that Beijing would ease its tough COVID-19 policies and enact stimulus packages.

Despite his relatively optimistic views, Davis indicated that he believes investment returns will be subdued in the coming years, even after the expected recession. “Even before the likelihood of a recession increased, we forecast historically low returns for stocks and bonds for the years to come,” he said.

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Norseman Silver Inc. – New mineralized targets discovered at Taquetren Project, Argentina https://silveracce365.com/norseman-silver-inc-new-mineralized-targets-discovered-at-taquetren-project-argentina/ Tue, 27 Sep 2022 14:29:53 +0000 https://silveracce365.com/norseman-silver-inc-new-mineralized-targets-discovered-at-taquetren-project-argentina/ Vancouver, British Columbia – Norseman Silver Inc. (TSXV:NOC) OTCQB:NOCSF) (‘Norseman’ or the ‘Company’) is pleased to announce rock chip samples collected from the Veta Nueva vein, another significant vein structure located approximately 5 km away. northwest of the Veta Juan vein, very encouraging assay values ​​have been returned. Nordman Silver has an option to acquire […]]]>

Vancouver, British ColumbiaNorseman Silver Inc. (TSXV:NOC) OTCQB:NOCSF) (‘Norseman’ or the ‘Company’) is pleased to announce rock chip samples collected from the Veta Nueva vein, another significant vein structure located approximately 5 km away. northwest of the Veta Juan vein, very encouraging assay values ​​have been returned. Nordman Silver has an option to acquire a 100% interest in the Taquetren project.

‘These latest results underscore the potential of the Taquetren project This is very unique as there has been little or no previous exploration for base or precious metals. Given the project’s proximity to significant discoveries and the sheer size of the project (6 categories or prospecting permits totaling ~59,000ha) this represents an exciting opportunity for Norseman. Results to date, particularly copper grades, are very encouraging.’ specified Sean HurdPresident and CEO.

The upcoming program at Taquetren will include more detailed surface work along the 5 km. target corridor. Multi-element soil grid geochemistry, as well as more detailed geological mapping and rock sampling, will be completed over an area of ​​approximately 3,000 hectares. The same ground survey area is also planned to be covered with ground magnetics, the complementary results of which will eventually be used to design the ground IP resistivity survey layout.

In the course of detailed surface studies at the original target area prospecting is planned to be conducted concurrently over the remainder of the extension of the six (6) kateos. Given the encouraging results from surface exploration work in 2021, the likelihood of finding additional targets for further detailed study remains high.

Rock chip samples collected from the Veta Nueva vein, another significant vein structure located approximately 5 km away. northwest of the Veta Juan vein, very encouraging assay values ​​have been returned. Two (2) samples returned average values ​​of 4.11% Cu and 67 ppm Ag. The vein, which currently has an uncovered width of 2.70 metres, is very similar Veta Juan and is characterized by strong disseminations of chalcopyrite and bornite associated with malachite and azurite.

Along the same zone of Veta Nuevaa separate 0.25 cm wide vein of the same character was also mapped approximately 3 meters to the east of Veta Nueva. A sample from this vein (Veta Mirasol) yielded 4.20% Cu and 54 ppm Ag. These latest field results strongly suggest the possible existence of much wider veins and the potential to find other zones of veins along the 5 km. NW-SE trending mineralized corridor bounding the perceived caldera structure between Veta Juan and Veta Juan Veta Nueva incidents.

New mineralized vein structures have been discovered along trenches in the Irma area with zones currently exposed ranging from 1.00 to 2.10 metres. The veins trend northeast generally parallel to the veins outlined at Veta Juan and Veta Nueva areas. Quartz interspersed with fresh pyrite and chalcopyrite and clearly contaminated with Fe oxides has been observed along ledges. Two sets of veins trending EW and NE-SW have been mapped and are closely associated with two deposit types, Calcatreu and Calcatreu Min Angela Veins located southeast of the Taquetren property.

Eighteen (18) outcrop samples collected along three (3) shallow trenches at the Irma area returned anomalous gold values. The exposed quartz-sulphide vein zones lie along a northeast trending strike extending approximately 350 metres. Eight (8) samples returned >0.80 g/t Au with a maximum of up to 11.48 g/t Au. Associated silver mineralization was also anomalous and returned a maximum of 22.6 g/t Ag. Copper values ​​are relatively modest compared to veins at Veta Juan Veta Nueva but Pb up to 1.48% and Zn up to 0.24%. Arsenic is also anomalous with levels up to 1,064 ppm.

Around Nordman Silver

Nordman Silver is focused on the acquisition, exploration and development of upside silver assets in the United States America. The Company’s current real estate portfolio includes the Cariboo, Silver vistaSilver Switchback and projects located in a productive region in the center British Columbia, Canadaand the Taquetren Silver Project, located in Rio Negro, Argentina. Norseman Silvers Shares are listed on the TSX Venture Exchange under the symbol NOC and on the OTCQB under the symbol NOCSF. learn more about Nordman Silver at www.norsemansilver.com.

This press release does not constitute an offer to sell or a solicitation of an offer to buy any securities The United States. The securities have not been and will not be registered under, and may not be offered or sold under, the United States Securities Act of 1933, as amended, or any other state securities laws The United States or to or for the account or benefit of a US Person (as defined in Regulation S of the United States Securities Act) unless registered under the US Securities Act and applicable state securities laws or an exemption from such registration is available.

Contact:

Sean Hurd

President and CEO

E: info@norsemansilver.com

T: 604-505-4554

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Pigs rush past moccasins | Arkansas Razorbacks https://silveracce365.com/pigs-rush-past-moccasins-arkansas-razorbacks/ Sat, 24 Sep 2022 19:49:13 +0000 https://silveracce365.com/pigs-rush-past-moccasins-arkansas-razorbacks/ Branford clay September 24, 2022 LAKELAND, Florida— The Arkansas Swimming and Diving Team ended the day with a 121-71 win over the Florida Southern Moccasins. The Razorbacks had a total of 10 wins in the doubles against Florida Southern. “The team scored more goals today. We enjoyed the quick swim outside and the second day […]]]>


LAKELAND, Florida— The Arkansas Swimming and Diving Team ended the day with a 121-71 win over the Florida Southern Moccasins.

The Razorbacks had a total of 10 wins in the doubles against Florida Southern.

“The team scored more goals today. We enjoyed the quick swim outside and the second day in a row. Everyone seemed focused and executed many of our race goals and strategies,” said head coach Neil Harper. “I thought Betsy, Kobie and Bella all with 3 wins each and Vanessa with a 1:01.8 in the 100 chest stood out today. Our team is gaining valuable experience and confidence as we host a very strong top five team from Alabama next Friday!”

Hog Highlights

  • Doctoral student Luciana Thomas got her first win in the 400 Individual Medley.
  • Razorbacks totaled 10 wins.
  • Newcomer Betsy Wizard achieved wins in the 100 and 200 freestyle events.
  • Graduate student Kobie Melton claimed two individual wins in the 100 backstroke and 50 freestyle events.

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Arkansas returns home to host Alabama on Friday, September 30 at 12pm CT at the Arkansas Natatorium.

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Gold prices in India fall to a 7-month low today after the Fed hiked interest rates https://silveracce365.com/gold-prices-in-india-fall-to-a-7-month-low-today-after-the-fed-hiked-interest-rates/ Thu, 22 Sep 2022 04:54:06 +0000 https://silveracce365.com/gold-prices-in-india-fall-to-a-7-month-low-today-after-the-fed-hiked-interest-rates/ Gold and silver prices in India fell today along with a fall in international prices. On MCX, gold futures were near 7-month lows of €49,321, down 0.25% while silver fell 0.4% €57,059 per kg. In global markets, spot gold fell 1% to $1,656.97 an ounce, buoyed by a strong dollar and firm bond yields after […]]]>

Gold and silver prices in India fell today along with a fall in international prices. On MCX, gold futures were near 7-month lows of 49,321, down 0.25% while silver fell 0.4% 57,059 per kg. In global markets, spot gold fell 1% to $1,656.97 an ounce, buoyed by a strong dollar and firm bond yields after the US Federal Reserve hiked rates another 75 basis points overnight and announced more rate hikes. Two-year US Treasury yields, which closely track Fed interest rates, rose further over 4% to their highest level since 2007.

The dollar index rallied to a fresh two-decade high, making the greenback-valued metal more expensive for buyers holding other currencies.

Gold is viewed as a hedge against inflation, but raising interest rates to tame inflation tends to increase the opportunity cost of holding zero-rate bullion. Spot silver fell 1.7% to $19.26 an ounce, while platinum fell 1.1% to $897.92.

Ravindra Rao, VP-Head Commodity Research at Kotak Securities said, “COMEX gold is trading slightly lower near $1668/oz, weighed down by US dollar strength post Fed decision. The US dollar index jumped to a fresh 2002 high as the US Federal Reserve forecast the possibility of another 0.75% hike this year and no rate cut until 2024. The US dollar is also supported by safe-haven buying and no significant change in monetary policy stance from other central banks. Continued US dollar strength could continue to weigh on gold. However, the Fed’s move was well-anticipated, so the market reaction may be fading.”

Despite the recent drop in gold prices, investors refused to buy into it. Holdings of the SPDR Gold Trust, the world’s largest gold-backed exchange-traded fund, fell 0.12% on Wednesday to 952.16 tons from 953.32 tons on Tuesday.

Gold Price – Technical Outlook

“Gold has support at $1647-1640 while resistance is at $1670-1782. Silver has support at $19.05-18.85 while resistance is at $19.42-19.55. In rupee terms, gold has support at 49,040-48880 while resistance stands at Rs49,610, 49,760. Silver has support at Rs56,250-55,640 while resistance lies at Rs57,680-58,110,” said Rahul Kalantri, VP Commodities, Mehta Equities Ltd.

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Gold & Silver Prices on 20th September: Gold prices fall to 50,200 rupees, silver flat at 56,700 rupees on risks of a Fed rate hike https://silveracce365.com/gold-silver-prices-on-20th-september-gold-prices-fall-to-50200-rupees-silver-flat-at-56700-rupees-on-risks-of-a-fed-rate-hike/ Tue, 20 Sep 2022 04:35:31 +0000 https://silveracce365.com/gold-silver-prices-on-20th-september-gold-prices-fall-to-50200-rupees-silver-flat-at-56700-rupees-on-risks-of-a-fed-rate-hike/ Gold prices started falling on Tuesday largely on the back of this week’s Federal Reserve rate hike, which could put further pressure on the precious metal. Gold prices in India fell to 50,200 rupees for 24 karat gold (10 grams) while they were 45,850 rupees for 22 karat gold (10 grams). Silver prices stagnated at […]]]>

Gold prices started falling on Tuesday largely on the back of this week’s Federal Reserve rate hike, which could put further pressure on the precious metal. Gold prices in India fell to 50,200 rupees for 24 karat gold (10 grams) while they were 45,850 rupees for 22 karat gold (10 grams). Silver prices stagnated at Rs 56,700 per kilogram.

In the international market, spot gold was trading at $1,676.80 an ounce at 0037 GMT. US gold futures rose 0.5 percent to $1,686.70. Gold prices fell on Monday and nearly touched a 29-month low on Friday as the US dollar and Treasury yields strengthened on anticipation of a sharp Fed rate hike.

In the international market, spot silver was $19.48 an ounce. Platinum fell 0.1 percent to $918.29 and palladium fell 1.5 percent to $2,191.75.

grams Price for 22k gold Price for 24k gold
1 gram Rs 4,585 Rs 5,002
10 grams Rs 45,850 Rs 50,020

domestic prices

In the national capital, Delhi, the gold price for 24k (10 grams) is Rs 50,530, while 22k (10 grams) can be purchased for Rs 46,000. In Kolkata, 24 karat (10 grams) gold is available for 50,020 rupees, while 22 karat (10 grams) is 45,850 rupees.

On the other hand, the price of 24 karat gold (10 grams) in Mumbai is 50,020 rupees while 22 karat gold (10 grams) is 45,850 rupees. In Chennai, 24 karat (10 grams) gold is available for 50,530 rupees and 22 karat (10 grams) for 46,320 rupees. It should be noted that gold prices vary from city to city and depend on taxes and duties imposed by the state government.

Also read: Gold and Silver Prices on September 16th: Gold and Silver prices are poised for heavy losses on the risks of a Fed rate hike

caution of investors

Investors are expected to maintain a cautious stance as the US Federal Reserve is expected to hike interest rates by 75 basis points at the end of its two-day monetary policy meeting on Wednesday. Given the risks of inflation and recession in the US, some market observers also expect the increase to be around 100 basis points. A high interest rate environment increases the opportunity cost of holding non-yielding gold bullion. Gold bars have tumbled for most of 2022 as the Fed has maintained its aggressive monetary policy, which is eroding non-earning assets while stimulating the US dollar.

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3 Perfect Stocks for Retirees Who Can Turn $300,000 into $1M by 2030 https://silveracce365.com/3-perfect-stocks-for-retirees-who-can-turn-300000-into-1m-by-2030/ Sun, 18 Sep 2022 09:06:00 +0000 https://silveracce365.com/3-perfect-stocks-for-retirees-who-can-turn-300000-into-1m-by-2030/ It was a year to remember, but in the wrong way. That S&P500, which is often considered the best barometer of stock market health, delivered its worst first half-year return since Richard Nixon was president. In addition, technology is dependent Nasdaq Compositewhich was instrumental in propelling the market to new highs over the past year […]]]>

It was a year to remember, but in the wrong way. That S&P500, which is often considered the best barometer of stock market health, delivered its worst first half-year return since Richard Nixon was president. In addition, technology is dependent Nasdaq Compositewhich was instrumental in propelling the market to new highs over the past year has plummeted firmly into a bear market.

While times of heightened volatility and uncertainty are worrying for all layers of investors, it can be a particularly difficult time for retirees. People who have hung up their work jackets forever may not be able to cope with significant falls in their investment.

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But there is a bright spot amid this turmoil for retirees. Bear markets have a long history of rolling out the red carpet for patient investors – young and old. Every single double-digit percentage drop in major US indexes throughout history has eventually been reversed by a bull market rally. In other words, every bear market is a real buying opportunity.

Best of all, retirees don’t have to chase highly volatile growth stocks to see significant returns. A number of rock solid companies with relatively low volatility are now ripe for selection by older investors. What follows are three perfect stocks for retirees who can turn $300,000 into $1 million by 2030.

Partner for Enterprise Products

The first ideal stock for retirees that has the potential to produce a total return of at least 233% by 2030, including dividends paid, is energy stocks Partner for Enterprise Products (EPD -1.71%).

Admittedly, the idea of ​​investing in an oil stock may not sound particularly palatable to retirees. Oil and natural gas demand fell off a cliff in the early stages of the pandemic, sending West Texas Intermediate crude oil futures (very briefly) to minus $40/barrel. This historic volatility is probably still fresh in the minds of retired investors.

However, Enterprise Products Partners is a different animal altogether and has been virtually unaffected (on an operational basis) by the pandemic. That’s because it’s a midstream energy company. Midstream providers are effectively energy intermediaries that help move crude oil and natural gas from wellsites to storage tanks or processing plants. In the case of Enterprise Product Partners, the company owns over 50,000 miles of transmission pipelines, 14 billion cubic feet of natural gas storage, 19 deep sea docks and 24 natural gas processing facilities.

The beauty of midstream energy companies is that virtually all use fixed-price or volume-based contracts. Structuring contracts in this manner eliminates the volatility associated with oil and natural gas price swings and makes Enterprise Products’ operating cash flow highly predictable. This cash flow predictability is important because it allows the company to spend capital on infrastructure projects and acquisitions without impacting its quarterly payout (ie, dividend) or profitability.

Additionally, Enterprise Products Partners’ Distribution Coverage Ratio (DCR) never fell below 1.6 during the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic. The DCR is the amount of distributable cash flow from operations relative to what was actually paid to shareholders. A number at or below 1 would signal an unsustainable payout.

The icing on the cake? The company has increased its annual base payout for each of the last 24 years and currently projects an absolute sustainable return of 7.1%.

alphabet

A second perfect stock for retirees that can turn an initial investment of $300,000 into $1 million in eight years is FAANG stock alphabet (GOOGL -0.11%) (WELL -0.26%)the parent company of internet search engine Google, streaming platform YouTube and autonomous vehicle company Waymo, among others.

Alphabet is a great example for retirees that dividends aren’t necessary to grow your nest egg. While dividend stocks tend to be mature, proven companies with generally low volatility, retirees can get low volatility and significantly juicier growth prospects from a company like Alphabet.

Alphabet’s foundation has long been its Internet search engine, Google. If we look back several years, data from GlobalStats shows that Google controlled between 91% and 93% of the world’s internet search share. With an 88 percentage point lead over its nearest competitor, Google has become a true monopoly and therefore has strong pricing power over the placement of ads. That competitive advantage (ie, cash cow business segment) isn’t going away anytime soon anyway.

But what’s really exciting is watching Alphabet channel its incredible cash flow from Google into other fast-growing areas. For example, YouTube is the second most visited social media site in the world with 2.48 billion monthly active users. With so many eyeballs watching videos, YouTube has delivered solid subscription growth, generating nearly $30 billion in annual run-rate revenue from ads.

Alphabet’s investments in Google Cloud should also pay off sooner rather than later. Although we’re still in the very early innings of cloud services growth, Google Cloud grabbed 8% of global cloud spending for the second quarter, according to a Canalys report. Though this is currently a loss-making segment, the high margins associated with cloud services should play a role in helping Alphabet double its operating cash flow over the next four years.

If those competitive advantages aren’t enough, consider that Alphabet is now cheaper than ever as a public company — a price-to-earnings multiple of less than 18 for the year ahead. It’s rare for investors to find such a high-quality company with such a relatively low earnings multiple.

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Visas

The third perfect stock for retirees that can turn an initial investment of $300,000 into $1 million by 2030 is Payment Processor Visas (v -1.06%).

The big concern Wall Street has with payment processors right now is how they will behave when inflation hits a four-decade high and US gross domestic product (GDP) falls for consecutive quarters. Because financials like Visa are cyclical, they tend to be weak during contractions and recessions.

However, the business cycle is a two-sided coin that greatly favors the optimist. While recessions are inevitable, they typically don’t last more than a few quarters. By comparison, virtually all economic expansion has been measured in years. A bet on Visa is simply a bet that US and global GDP, and therefore consumer and corporate spending, will increase over time (which is a virtual guarantee).

Not only will retirees play a numbers game to their advantage, but they’ll also appreciate Visa’s leadership in the US – ie the world’s leading consumer market. As of 2020, Visa held a 54% share of the credit card network’s purchase volume and was the only major payment processor to significantly increase its share of the credit card network’s purchase volume after the Great Recession.

In addition, this is a company with many opportunities beyond the US borders. With most global transactions still being processed with cash, Visa can choose to expand its payments infrastructure organically in regions of the world with underserved banks, or make acquisitions to expand its footprint, as it did with the 2016 buyout of Visa Europe.

But the real secret to Visa’s success may just be management’s financial discipline. Visa acts solely as a payment processor and does not issue loans. Although it could very easily generate interest income and fees as a lender, doing so would expose it to potential credit losses during recessions and would require it to set aside capital to cover those credit losses. Because Visa doesn’t lend, it’s not required to take these safeguards, and as a result, it recovers from recessions much faster than other financial stocks.

Finally, keep in mind that while Visa’s 0.75% dividend yield doesn’t have much to offer on a nominal basis, the company has increased its quarterly payout by more than 1,300% since it paid its first quarterly dividend in 2008.

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Football Germany’s DFL will start selling media rights to Bundesliga sources in October https://silveracce365.com/football-germanys-dfl-will-start-selling-media-rights-to-bundesliga-sources-in-october/ Fri, 16 Sep 2022 14:41:00 +0000 https://silveracce365.com/football-germanys-dfl-will-start-selling-media-rights-to-bundesliga-sources-in-october/ Soccer Football – Bundesliga – SC Freiburg v Borussia Moenchengladbach – Europa-Park stadium, Freiburg, Germany – September 11, 2022 SC Freiburg’s Ritus Doan in action with Borussia Moenchengladbach’s Ramy Bensebaini REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann Sign up now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com to register MUNICH, Sept 16 (Reuters) – The German Football Association is due to […]]]>

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MUNICH, Sept 16 (Reuters) – The German Football Association is due to meet a second group of private equity investors on Monday before proceeding with the sale of a $3.6 billion stake in the Bundesliga’s media rights business towards the end of October begins, four sources told Reuters.

The German Football League (DFL) met with a first batch of buyout funds including CVC Capital Partners earlier this week and intends to finalize meetings with the remaining bidders next week, the sources said on condition of anonymity.

Several heavyweight private equity funds have come forward to express interest in the Bundesliga rights race, including Bain Capital, KKR, EQT, Advent, Silver Lake, Blackstone (BX.N) and Bridgepoint, but the auction is expected to take place don’t start until late October, the sources said.

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The talks will help the DFL assess interest in the Bundesliga’s domestic and international media rights and the size of the stake on offer, which could range from 10 to 20 percent, they said.

A spokesman for the DFL said they were examining the option of a “strategic partnership that would bring in growth capital and know-how,” adding: “A formal sales process is currently being set up for this.”

EQT, CVC, KKR, Advent and Blackstone all declined to comment, while Bain, Silver Lake and Bridgepoint were not immediately available for comment.

The Bundesliga’s media rights deal is valued at between €15 billion and €18 billion, with a 20 percent stake costing around €3.6 billion ($3.6 billion), the sources said.

This is consistent with Spanish La Liga and French Ligue 1’s assessment of similar deals in which CVC recently invested, the sources said.

National football leagues in Europe are increasingly turning their attention to private equity investments as they look for ways to raise capital and expand their global reach.

Bundesliga bidders have so far only received a so-called “teaser” document about the sale, which is a brief synopsis of the potential deal with no relevant valuation or price expectation details, the sources said.

DFL, which is advised by Nomura and Deutsche Bank, is expected to send out confidential information packages later in the autumn and will seek a first tranche of non-binding offers in December, one of the sources said.

Before the final bidders are shortlisted, a commission made up of the DFL leadership and representatives of some clubs in both the Bundesliga and the second German division – the so-called Presidium – must come together and approve the sale, which is entering the final stages. said this source.

If all goes according to plan, the DFL will then collect binding bids in early 2023 and select a winner before the end of the first quarter, the sources said.

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A history of two markets: gold and silver https://silveracce365.com/a-history-of-two-markets-gold-and-silver/ Fri, 09 Sep 2022 22:06:00 +0000 https://silveracce365.com/a-history-of-two-markets-gold-and-silver/ be him First to know when a new trading signal is issued! Click here to sign up for email alerts. CPM Group’s Jeffrey Christian discusses issues in the real economy and precious metals markets, including the state of the economy, likely paths forward, problems with margins in the European energy […]]]>

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CPM Group’s Jeffrey Christian discusses issues in the real economy and precious metals markets, including the state of the economy, likely paths forward, problems with margins in the European energy market, Russia’s dream of replacing the dollar, and the millions of ounces of physical silver in existence entering and exiting Comex deposits each month. It contrasts these realities with inaccurate commentary on these issues and concludes with a discussion of the need for accurate platinum supply and demand data.




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Sensex Today: Stock Market LIVE Updates: Sensex Slips Below 59K; Skilled Tests 17,550; Airtel drops 2% post-block deal; IT, Banks were the worst performing sectors https://silveracce365.com/sensex-today-stock-market-live-updates-sensex-slips-below-59k-skilled-tests-17550-airtel-drops-2-post-block-deal-it-banks-were-the-worst-performing-sectors/ Wed, 07 Sep 2022 06:32:00 +0000 https://silveracce365.com/sensex-today-stock-market-live-updates-sensex-slips-below-59k-skilled-tests-17550-airtel-drops-2-post-block-deal-it-banks-were-the-worst-performing-sectors/ !1 New updateClick here for the latest updates Sensex outside daily low is trading above 59,000 Spandana Sphoorty Financial authorizes the issuance of NCDs worth up to Rs 40 crore Price from 07.09.2022 11:37 a.mClick on company names for their live prices. The rupee slips towards 80/dollar while the yuan falls The Indian rupee slipped […]]]>

!1 New updateClick here for the latest updates

Sensex outside daily low is trading above 59,000

Spandana Sphoorty Financial authorizes the issuance of NCDs worth up to Rs 40 crore

Price from 07.09.2022 11:37 a.mClick on company names for their live prices.

The rupee slips towards 80/dollar while the yuan falls

The Indian rupee slipped to a key 80 level against the dollar on Wednesday amid a sell-off in Asian markets sparked by continued weakness in the Chinese yuan.

The partially convertible rupee fell 0.1% to 79.9250 by 0445 GMT as the dollar index climbed back to a 20-year high after strong US services data suggested the Federal Reserve is continuing its aggressive rate-hiking path.

The yuan weakened to 7 per dollar despite efforts by the People’s Bank of China to revive the ailing currency, but data showing the country’s exports missed estimates in August further clouded sentiment.

HAL rises as company says it produced gas turbines for INS Vikrant

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Explained: Is India decoupling from the global economy?

Market Live Updates: DreamFolks slides after a dreamy debut on Tuesday

Market Live Updates: DreamFolks slides after a dreamy debut on Tuesday

Citigroup has initiated coverage of Star Health with a Sell rating and a price target of Rs.670

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How FIIs invested Rs 51,000 crore in Indian equities in August. Here are the dates

When foreign institutional investors or FIIs began to bet big on India in August with aggregate share purchases in excess of Rs 51,000 crore a month, banks and financial services firms proved to be the preferred stocks. NSDL data shows that FIIs invested a total of Rs. 12,636 crore in August, followed by Rs. 8,509 crore in healthcare, Rs. 5,655 crore in consumer services and Rs. 3,736 crore in autos and auto components.

To help energy-poor Bangladesh, Asia’s richest man Gautam Adani has laid out a plan to start exporting electricity from a coal-fired power station in Jharkhand to the South Asian nation before the end of the year.

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Market Live Updates: Lupine and DKSH sign an exclusive license and supply agreement to commercialize five biosimilar candidates in the Philippines

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Kotak Securities’ Sanjeev Prasad Bullish on Banks; here’s why

Gold barely holds Rs 50,000; Silver continues to lose its luster

  • Gold prices fell sharply on Wednesday thanks to rising bond yields and a firm US dollar. In addition, economic data bolstered expectations of another rate hike by the US Federal Reserve.

  • Gold futures on MCX were trading down 0.51 per cent or Rs 256 at Rs 50,025 per 10 grams. However, silver futures fell 0.79 per cent or Rs 419 to Rs 52,727 per kg.

  • Patnaik, Head – Commodities, Axis Securities, said the rise in dollar index and bond yields has seriously hurt gold prices due to a greater likelihood of a 75 basis point rate hike by the Fed.
Gold barely holds Rs 50,000;  Silver continues to lose its luster

RBI continues to sell dollars to stem rupee decline. All eyes will be on the European Central Bank (ECB) meeting as a 75 basis point rate hike to bring down inflation is discussed.

– Anil Kumar Bhansali, Head of Treasury, Finrex Treasury Advisors

Market Live Updates: IT Stocks Among Worst Performers in Today’s Trading

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Bitcoin Slips Below $19,000; Polygon & Polkadot lose 9% each

Market assessment: Dr. VK Vijayakumar, Chief Investment Strategist at Geojit Financial Services

In the near term, there are strong headwinds for risky assets around the world. Bonds are in a strong bear market. The US 10-year yield of 3.34% and the dollar index above 110 are strong headwinds for capital flows to emerging markets like India. FPIs buy in the spot market but hedge by increasing short positions in the derivatives market. In the short term, the markets are facing high volatility with a downward trend.

If global stocks correct, India will correct as well. But India will fall less as falling crude oil, decent economic growth, impressive corporate earnings and retail investor enthusiasm will support the market at lower levels. Domestic-related segments such as banks, autos, capital goods, telecoms and FMCG are relatively strong sectors.

Airtel, Yes Bank, Voda Idea are among the most active stocks on the NSE

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Bharti Airtel: 1.9% shares traded in a block deal

  • SingTel was to sell a 3.3% stake in Airtel to Bharti Telecom
Bharti Airtel: 1.9% shares traded in a block deal

OPENING BELL: Sensex down 400 points, Nifty down 17,550; IndusInd Bank and HCL Tech each fall 1%

OPENING BELL: Sensex down 400 points, Nifty down 17,550;  IndusInd Bank and HCL Tech each fall 1%

BROKERAGE RADAR | MORGAN STANLEY ON FINANCES

  • Prepare for the second stage of the reevaluation cycle
  • Strong balance sheets and easing macro concerns are the key positives
  • Raise estimates and price targets across the sector
  • Prefer ICICI Bank, Axis Bank, Bank of Baroda and SBI

  • ICICI Bank price target increased to Rs 1225/sh
  • Price target increased to Rs 1000/sh for Axis Bank
  • Bank of Baroda price target increased to Rs 170/sh
  • Target price increased to Rs 675/sh for SBI

BROKERAGE RADAR | MORGAN STANLEY ON INDIA’S CAPEX

  • Supply-side factors are on the cards for an investment push
  • India’s upcoming investment cycle implies that we are in the midst of a strong earnings cycle
  • Robust demand conditions to allow an increase in the investment rate
  • Do you think the win cycle is likely to have more legs
  • See positive impact on industrial and financial stocks
  • Overweight Larsen & Toubro, HAL, BEL, ICICI Bank and SBI (ET NOW)

Asian stocks are trading lower

Big Asian stocks started sharply lower on Wednesday morning, extending their losing streak to a fifth day after another decline on Wall Street amid fears central banks will hike interest rates for some time to quell inflation.

Oil falls on renewed demand concerns and rate hike expectations

Oil prices fell on Wednesday as COVID-19 contained China’s top crude importer and expectations of further rate hikes fueled concerns about a global economic recession and slower fuel demand growth.

SGX Nifty signals a negative start

Snifty futures on the Singapore Stock Exchange traded 202.5 points, or 1.15 percent, lower at 17,472.50, suggesting Dalal Street was heading for a negative start on Wednesday.

Tech View: Skilled cops look confused. What Investors Should Do

Nifty is currently sitting at the crucial overhead resistance of 17,800 and a decisive breakout of this area could put Nifty back into bullish momentum. Any weakness from here could find key support around the 17,450-17,400 levels, analysts say.

Tokyo stocks open lower tracking cases on Wall Street

Tokyo stocks opened lower on Wednesday, trailing Wall Street’s declines amid ongoing concerns over US interest rate hike plans. The benchmark Nikkei 225 index fell 0.64 percent, or 177.41 points, to 27,449.10 in early trade, while the broader Topix index fell 0.63 percent, or 12.22 points, to 1,914.36.

Wall Street ends busy post-summer session in the red

Wall Street’s main indexes ended lower on Tuesday, the first session after the US Labor Day and summer vacation, as traders assessed fresh economic data amid volatile trading.

The rupee falls 4 paise to 79.82 on the strong dollar

The rupee depreciated 4 paise against the US dollar on Tuesday, closing at 79.82 as a stronger US dollar against key peers and a lackluster trend in domestic equities weighed on sentiment.

Sensex, Nifty on Tuesday

The 30-stock Sensex fell 48.99 points to end at 59,196.99. Its broader competitor, Nifty50, ended at 17,655.60, down 10.20 points.

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SunDrive achieves 26.41% efficiency with copper-based solar cell technology – pv magazine International https://silveracce365.com/sundrive-achieves-26-41-efficiency-with-copper-based-solar-cell-technology-pv-magazine-international/ Mon, 05 Sep 2022 07:15:01 +0000 https://silveracce365.com/sundrive-achieves-26-41-efficiency-with-copper-based-solar-cell-technology-pv-magazine-international/ SunDrive, an Australian solar technology company, has achieved 26.41% efficiency with a full-size silicon cell using heterojunction technology. September 5, 2022 David Caroll From PV Magazine Australia With its copper-based technology, SunDrive has achieved an efficiency of 26.41% in a full-size silicon heterojunction (HJT) solar cell. It used large-scale production processes from China-based device manufacturer […]]]>

SunDrive, an Australian solar technology company, has achieved 26.41% efficiency with a full-size silicon cell using heterojunction technology.

From PV Magazine Australia

With its copper-based technology, SunDrive has achieved an efficiency of 26.41% in a full-size silicon heterojunction (HJT) solar cell. It used large-scale production processes from China-based device manufacturer Maxwell Technologies.

Sydney-based SunDrive said the results, which beat the 26.07% efficiency mark announced earlier this year, have been officially confirmed by the Institute for Solar Energy Research in Hamelin (ISFH) in Germany. The company said the improvement in the HJT cell, with a total area of ​​274.3 square centimeters (M6 size), was observed in all three key performance parameters, including open circuit voltage (Voc), short circuit current (Isc) and fill factor (FF). It attributed the improvements to “multiple equipment and processing upgrades.”

SunDrive said Maxwell’s next-generation chemical vapor deposition (CVD) equipment incorporates bifacial microcrystalline silicon layer deposition, further improving backside passivation and contact resistance. In addition, more transparent conductive oxide (TCO) layers were applied using Maxwell’s latest PVD (Physical Vapor Deposition) coating system.

SunDrive said manufacturing the solar cell electrodes using the company’s copper plating technology instead of traditional silver screen printing has also played a key role in the efficiency gains. SunDrive, which is replacing the silver used in conventional solar cells with the cheaper and more abundant copper, said it has refined its copper plating chemistry and processing sequence, achieving feature sizes of less than 10 µm with an aspect ratio close to unity.

“What we have shown is that copper can effectively take the place of silver in these next-generation solar cell structures, but more importantly, efficiency can be further increased beyond levels achievable with silver,” das said Company.

As solar PV will play an important role in the world’s transition to a clean energy future, SunDrive co-founder Vince Allen said copper is key to unlocking the floodgates of more efficient solar cell structures, and using it in place of silver could enable solar energy technology, to reach their full potential.

“The solar cells that will supply most of the world’s future energy needs will be very different from the solar cells we have today,” Allen said. “Efficiency, cost and material scalability are fundamental to continued growth in solar energy adoption. Copper is about 100 times cheaper per kilogram and about 1,000 times more abundant than silver. And aside from the abundance and cost benefits of copper, we have found that we can improve efficiency beyond what is achievable with silver.”

SunDrive will now move forward with plans to set up a pilot production line by mid-2023, to be launched later in the year. While no location has been identified for the proposed manufacturing facility, Allen said Australia has many of the ingredients needed for a solar industry.

“We recognize that countries are increasingly competing in this space, but with the right political mindset, Australia has the potential to become a global powerhouse for solar manufacturing,” he said. “We have the need – we have the fastest growing rooftop solar market in the world and Australia is also likely to be home to the five largest solar farms over the next decade. We have the people – many of the world’s leading solar managers, scientists and engineers were educated at Australian universities and we have the capability, today’s commercial solar cells were invented here in Australia and Australia has held the world efficiency record for 30 of the last 40 years .”

Allen said the nation is also blessed with resources deemed critical to the clean energy transition.

“Australia is in the top 3 for global reserves of every key mineral needed to make a solar panel unmatched by any other country,” he said. “Australia also has probably the greatest chance of any country not only to reach net zero but to help other countries reach net zero – it is the sunniest and windiest continent in the world with one extremely large landmass and one very small population density.”

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