Blog Idea – Golf Clash Gemmes http://golfclashgemmes.com/ Fri, 16 Sep 2022 06:05:13 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://golfclashgemmes.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-1.png Blog Idea – Golf Clash Gemmes http://golfclashgemmes.com/ 32 32 Chelsea owner Todd Boehly’s blunders grab headlines, but his message and vision are solid, if lacking in imagination https://golfclashgemmes.com/chelsea-owner-todd-boehlys-blunders-grab-headlines-but-his-message-and-vision-are-solid-if-lacking-in-imagination/ Fri, 16 Sep 2022 05:59:30 +0000 https://golfclashgemmes.com/chelsea-owner-todd-boehlys-blunders-grab-headlines-but-his-message-and-vision-are-solid-if-lacking-in-imagination/ Just over 100 days into his tenure in charge of Chelsea and we’ve heard far more from Todd Boehly than from Roman Abramovich in almost two decades. From a fan’s perspective, it doesn’t really matter in the long run. As long as the club is seen as well-run and successful, most can get by without […]]]>

Just over 100 days into his tenure in charge of Chelsea and we’ve heard far more from Todd Boehly than from Roman Abramovich in almost two decades. From a fan’s perspective, it doesn’t really matter in the long run. As long as the club is seen as well-run and successful, most can get by without communication from the owner, which is why Abramovich was loved by most Chelsea supporters while Manchester United’s silent owners Glazers are hated by most United fans.

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The problem with Boehly, who leads the investment consortium that acquired Chelsea for around $3 billion this summer, is that the club is not doing well. To the natural angst of a new owner after 20 years of stability and success, you add the sacking of manager Thomas Tuchel – especially after the massive summer investment – ​​and a turgid start to the campaign and naturally, every word will be scrutinized.

So when Boehly sat down for a half-hour conversation in New York on Tuesday at SALT, a global forum for thought leadership and networking, the world was watching.

Inevitably, some will focus on blunders, malaprops, and general Boehly things that will rub seasoned fans the wrong way. I would be remiss if I did not chronicle them although in the larger scheme of things they are nowhere near as relevant as the main takeaways. Which, to me, is just that Boehly’s band doesn’t offer anything new.

But let’s get the faux pas out of the way first, because that’s undoubtedly what you read in the headlines.

Boehly said each Premier League club receives “more than a few hundred million” (he didn’t specify pounds or dollars) a year, which isn’t entirely true. Last season, top earner Manchester City received £164m ($190m) and bottom club Norwich City received £98.6m ($113.8m).

When he compiled a list of players who came through Chelsea’s youth system, he included Kevin De Bruyne and Mohamed Salah. Indeed, they were signed at 21 and 22 respectively from Genk and Basel. While they weren’t particularly expensive and were young, both were internationals (for Belgium and Egypt) who had previously played Champions League football.

He also managed to butcher the name of Barcelona’s academy – making ‘La Masia’ sound like ‘The Messiah’ – suggesting that after a summer of talking to Barca about Frenkie de Jong, Marcos Alonso and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, he hasn’t quite understood how the Catalans pronounce it, and no one around him has the confidence to correct him.

OK, get your sarcastic laughs out of your system. It’s true that most people immersed in the sport – whether fans, coaches or executives – wouldn’t make such mistakes, but he’s only been in this space for a few months, and frankly, it doesn’t really matter. The substance doesn’t change if Salah came through Cobham or Cairo academy, and it doesn’t matter what Boehly calls Barcelona youth.

As for being over 100% on what clubs actually earn from broadcasting, let’s chalk it up to a misunderstanding, and besides, maybe he’s more of a big-picture guy. Moreover, it doesn’t affect his larger – and more interesting – point that relegation in European football, which sets it apart from American sports, prevents “tanking”, the practice of clubs having nothing to play for. play a series of meaningless matches. Games. (In case you were wondering, he didn’t go so far as to suggest that maybe promotion-relegation should be introduced in baseball, where he co-owns the LA Dodgers.)

In my opinion, the most relevant takeaways have to do with his sense of what innovation and best practice mean for the Premier League and for Chelsea.

First of all, when you start a sentence saying you ‘hope the Premier League learns a lesson from American sport’, it’s unlikely anything good will come of it. The implication, whether that’s what he meant or not, is that American sport is better at monetizing fan experiences, and European football has something to gain from that.

Considering that from the start the Premier League has been partly modeled on American sport – where do you think they got the idea from in 1992 of giving players individual numbers and having their names on the back of the jerseys? — and more importantly, that American owners have been in it for 15 years (and they’re often also owners of successful American sports franchises), that’s not pretty. This not only implies that you want to borrow aspects of the American sport (which is a tricky subject to begin with), but it also suggests that these things didn’t occur to your fellow American owners or, indeed, to other owners who may have attended a baseball game. or a football game across the pond.

The majority of the media focused on his first proposal, a ‘North vs South’ Premier League All-Star Game. Without going into scheduling details, if clubs can force players to play — there’s no collective bargaining agreement in the Premier League — how that might work with Midlands teams or whether anyone would actually appreciate this kind of suggestion, or its variants, is not new. Heck, in 1891 an All-Star team of top-flight English League players took on their Scottish League colleagues, a tradition that continued until the mid-1970s.

– Liverpool’s Klopp mocks Boehly’s All-Star Game pitch

Specifically, given how American sports fans have reacted to All-Star games (the NFL’s version has seen a decline in viewership since 2011, the NBA’s was the lowest since at least 2007, and at least baseball – Boehly’s wheelhouse – viewership was at an all-time high and a fifth of what it was in 1980) perhaps the lesson from American sports is that fans don’t want that. Why? Because they like to see competitive games, not exhibitions.

His other proposal – a relegation playoff – is actually a good idea, if you have the right format. (The biggest concern is fairness, when one team is well ahead of the other in points.) But again, that’s not something they need to learn from American sports. Relegation playoffs have existed in other European leagues (like the German Bundesliga) for some time, in different divisions and with different formats.

His admiration for the “multi-club model” (like the Red Bull Group or City Football Group) as a way to share know-how, develop Academy stars and, as he puts it, “build the footprint”, was interesting though. obviously nothing new. From David Blitzer to Bob Platek, to the folks at RedBird and the 777 group, a host of other (mainly American) investors are doing it. It’s basically a vision of the agricultural system of baseball.

It’s the kind of idea that makes a lot of sense on paper, but how much it helps the “parent club” remains to be seen. City Football Group have been around since 2013, but on the one hand you can count on the number of former youth partners who have already adapted for Manchester City in the Premier League, not to mention having had a lot of impact.

The impression is that making such a setup work, given the cultural differences and local biases in the game, is actually very difficult. Which, by the way, may explain why governing bodies like UEFA and FIFA didn’t seriously crack him down or why other top European clubs (other than City) didn’t pursue him: in ultimately, it’s not clear that this gives you an edge.

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Craig Burley is tearing up Chelsea owner Todd Boehly’s idea of ​​a Premier League All-Star Game.

Boehly also spoke of treating a club’s youngsters as “academy products” rather than “academy players”. Again, some will find this a bit dehumanizing and slightly scary – we’re talking about monetizing teens here, not senior pros – but give it the benefit of the doubt here. The most salient point is that anyone who has followed Chelsea over the past decade will know that the club have done it before and, in some cases, been criticized for it: from Marc Guehi to Nathan Ake, from Patrick Bamford to Fikayo Tomori. , and even Tammy Abraham and Ola Aina, Chelsea have raked in some £175m since 2015 in fees for starting players developed in the Chelsea system.

Asked about the European Super League, he said it was not something Chelsea were chasing as the Champions League already had “many components”. When asked if it was a “hard no”, Boehly said, “I never give a hard no. I like to keep my options open.” Some will blame him for that, but I have no problem with that. It’s best for Boehly to be honest: he can’t predict the future, and there may come a time when fan sentiment changes.

There wasn’t much visionary or revolutionary about his speech, but it didn’t have to be. The mere fact that he speaks is important, no matter his mistakes and questionable ideas, whether because they are crazy or simply because they are not new (even if he may think they are). ).

Boehly already seems to have grasped two of the most important things that club owners too often overlook. (Yes, I’m looking at you, Glazers). The first is that it’s fine to be silent if things are going well, but you have to send a message in times of trouble, and that message has to be genuine. Boehly struck me as authentic.

The other is something Boehly himself said: “At the end of the day, you have to deliver a product that people want and enjoy.” It seems obvious and it might take him a while to figure out the best way to do it, but it’s the minimum standard for being a good owner, and not everyone meets it.

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Alum Discusses His Distinguished Engineering Career on Popular Podcast https://golfclashgemmes.com/alum-discusses-his-distinguished-engineering-career-on-popular-podcast/ Wed, 14 Sep 2022 13:55:53 +0000 https://golfclashgemmes.com/alum-discusses-his-distinguished-engineering-career-on-popular-podcast/ On a recent episode of Made in America with Ari Santiago, Michael Ambrose ’84, ’19 Hon., discussed his nearly four decades at Sikorsky and reflected on his time as an engineering student and as a outstanding member of the University athletics team. . September 14, 2022 By Renee Chmiel, Office of Marketing and Communications Michael […]]]>

On a recent episode of Made in America with Ari Santiago, Michael Ambrose ’84, ’19 Hon., discussed his nearly four decades at Sikorsky and reflected on his time as an engineering student and as a outstanding member of the University athletics team. .

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By Renee Chmiel, Office of Marketing and Communications

Michael Ambrose ’84, ’19 Hon. (left), appeared on a recent episode of the Made in America podcast with Ari Santiago. (credit: Made in America with Ari Santiago)

When Michael Ambrose ’84, ’19 Hon., was growing up in Bridgeport, Conn., his grandfather used to take him to Seaside Park to see the helicopters. Although he did not envision a career as an engineer at the time, Ambrose continued to play a vital role in the manufacture of these same helicopters.

Ambrose, who earned a mechanical engineering degree from the University of New Haven, has worked for Sikorsky for 38 years. He recently spoke about his distinguished career, as well as the innovative helicopters the company manufactures, during an episode of Made in America, a podcast hosted by Ari Santiago.

It was racing – not engineering – that Ambrose originally had in mind. While discussing college scholarships with his guidance counselor as a high school student, he was asked what else he was good at. When Ambrose mentioned math and drawing, his guidance counselor encouraged him to consider becoming an engineer. He began taking advanced math courses such as precalculus and “learned what it meant to be an engineering student”.

“When I went to the University of New Haven, they gave me the tools I needed and allowed me to be a runner and a student,” said Ambrose, who became a record member. of the Chargers track team. , holding several records that still stand today. “When I started seeing how things worked, it stimulated a creative aspect that you can combine math with design and drawing to create some pretty special products. I was able to connect the math, the physics and the product itself.

“Let’s invent it together”

Ambrose began his time at Sikorsky as an intern, and he says he found a company and a mission that appealed to him. He has now held several different positions within the company, including general manager of one of its product centers and vice president of its international government programs. He now serves as Vice President of Enterprise Business Transformation.

Ambrose says the foundation of what he does is digital transformation, and while people generally think of it as the interface between helicopter design and manufacturing, it’s more than that.

Michael Ambrose '84, '19 Hon.
Michael Ambrose ’84, ’19 Hon.

“When I talk about supercomputers and supercomputing, it starts with understanding how the helicopter is going to fly, before you even build it,” said Ambrose, who earned two patents while working at Sikorsky. “There are all kinds of aerodynamic, acoustic and vibrational characteristics that we need to model at a conceptual level so that we know what to design.”

Ambrose, who also earned a master’s degree in engineering management from MIT, discussed the new helicopters Sikorsky, a Lockheed Martin company, is currently building. He also explained what it was like to work with suppliers throughout the journey of building a helicopter. Santiago, the podcast host, noted Ambrose’s passion when describing the culture of continuous improvement and how well he and his colleagues worked as a team.

“A lot of times our workforce comes to our engineers and they say, ‘This is what I need, and not only can you invent something for us, let’s invent it together,'” he said. he declares. “That’s part of why we’ve been able to go so fast – the collaboration with our staff on how we’re able to figure these things out together. We have some really smart mechanics who are there every day to put things together, and they provide that feedback to our manufacturing engineers on how we can do it even better.

“You have no idea how good you can be”

A published poet and university board member, Ambrose stressed the importance of working with current students, including at Connecticut’s technical schools. He also stressed the importance of having balance in life, something he increasingly values. He has learned the importance of taking on challenges throughout his career, advice he offers today to the engineers of tomorrow.

“I was a working engineer until my mid-thirties,” Ambrose said in Santiago. “I had a boss come up to me and say, ‘Ambrose, you have no idea how good you can be, and I’m going to kick you out of engineering and make sure you are in a different group. It put my career on a whole different trajectory. If I had been willing to take risks earlier, who knows what would have happened. I still had a cool career, but it could have been even cooler.

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Staying consistent is key https://golfclashgemmes.com/staying-consistent-is-key/ Mon, 12 Sep 2022 21:50:20 +0000 https://golfclashgemmes.com/staying-consistent-is-key/ Intensify: There’s no official word yet on linebacker TJ Watt’s injury, but there is one thing Cameron Heyward does know. Regardless of the news, the defense will be ready to step in and do whatever they have to. “I don’t know all the details, but we’ll rally around him, make sure the guys step in […]]]>

Intensify: There’s no official word yet on linebacker TJ Watt’s injury, but there is one thing Cameron Heyward does know.

Regardless of the news, the defense will be ready to step in and do whatever they have to.

“I don’t know all the details, but we’ll rally around him, make sure the guys step in in the meantime and whenever he comes back to us, we’ll be ready,” Heyward said on Monday. “It’s part of the game. Even when I got injured, it’s unfortunate for the player, but the rest of the team has to pull together.”

Heyward has been a consistent leader on defense for the Steelers and said his job is to just keep doing his job. He doesn’t want to take on too much responsibility because he knows you can lose focus in these situations.

“I stay consistent in what I do,” Heyward said. “I can’t change who I am or try to do too much because it puts the defense at a disadvantage. When you talk about stepping up, it’s another guy being put in a position where he has to do what He has to do. He is I have to make the plays, be in the right gaps. TJ does abnormal things that not many other people can do. We just have to be solid in our lineups and our technique.

One player called up in the game against the Bengals was linebacker Malik Reed, who was acquired via trade to the Denver Broncos in late August. Reed ended up playing 32% of the defensive snaps Sunday against the Bengals, including stepping in when Watt was injured in the game.

“He’s trying to understand the pitch, to understand what’s going on,” Heyward said. “He’s had success elsewhere. He knows how to press the passer. And he’s able to communicate. When you have those things, you’re off to a good start.”

Another player who stepped in on Sunday was linebacker Alex Highsmith. He finished the game with three sacks after seeing no action in the preseason due to injury.

“I think Alex played very well,” Heyward said. “It’s a testament to his ability to condition while he was injured. He stayed locked up. The year before he suffered an injury, and that kept him from starting the season. I thought this year, he was ready for this moment.”

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Indianapolis Colts rely on rest to reverse historic 8-game season-opening losing streak – Indianapolis Colts Blog https://golfclashgemmes.com/indianapolis-colts-rely-on-rest-to-reverse-historic-8-game-season-opening-losing-streak-indianapolis-colts-blog/ Sat, 10 Sep 2022 10:10:51 +0000 https://golfclashgemmes.com/indianapolis-colts-rely-on-rest-to-reverse-historic-8-game-season-opening-losing-streak-indianapolis-colts-blog/ 6:00 a.m. ET Stephen HolderESPN INDIANAPOLIS — The last time the Indianapolis Colts won a season opener, they beat an Oakland Raiders team with Terrelle Pryor at quarterback and Charles Woodson at safety. President Barack Obama was in the first year of his second term, Apple’s latest cellphone offering was the iPhone 5, and the […]]]>

INDIANAPOLIS — The last time the Indianapolis Colts won a season opener, they beat an Oakland Raiders team with Terrelle Pryor at quarterback and Charles Woodson at safety.

President Barack Obama was in the first year of his second term, Apple’s latest cellphone offering was the iPhone 5, and the Dow Jones Industrial Average was about halfway to its current mark.

Yes, 2013 was a long time ago.

When the Colts kick off their 2022 road roster against the Houston Texans on Sunday, they will be looking to reverse a trend of historic proportions. Their eight-game opener losing streak is the longest current streak in the NFL, and they’re tied for the third-longest season opener losing streak in NFL history.

The Colts, to say the least, are exhausted by the subject. Publicly, they’ve taken a decidedly different approach to this in 2022: avoidance. The Colts downplayed the importance of breaking the streak and generally didn’t talk about it.

“We’re just focused this year on saying, ‘You know, let’s go play our best football and let’s do it,’ owner Jim Irsay said recently, ‘instead of fuming at me here for 10 minutes. It hasn’t seemed to work in the past.

“But you know how I feel about openers.”

Privately, however, the focus has been on delivering a better start to the season for a side that has been a notoriously slow-starting club in recent years.

Coach Frank Reich, after extensive planning by the team’s medical and training staff, handled training camp and pre-season in a different way in an effort to change the fortunes of the week. 1 of the Colts.

Among the changes: The Colts pushed back their practice times from mid-morning to noon, a move aimed at acclimating players’ bodies to playing at a similar time to kickoff. The Colts, who also shortened their workouts, generally practiced at noon throughout training camp. Is it a coincidence that their season starts at 12:00 p.m. CT on Sunday?

“We can start setting their clocks on how we play,” general manager Chris Ballard said.

The Colts also condensed their evening meeting schedule throughout training camp by about an hour. They’ve balanced these moves with a greater emphasis on sleep, with staff encouraging players to take advantage of the extra time to get more rest.

“Shooting, our first meeting started at 9, 9:15 [a.m.]receiver Parris Campbell said. “Then we were doing earlier [at night]. It just gives time to rest and get away from the ball, and take the time to really work on our body and recover.

Even as Reich eased the intensity of training and reduced the length of fixtures, he increased playing time for key pre-season players.

Reich has always been very conservative with his starters in the preseason, so it was unusual to see the starting offense and defense play in the second quarter of the Colts’ preseason opener against the Bills. Buffalo.

The idea of ​​moving? Reich believed that more live action might promote better execution at the start of the season. In Reich’s four seasons, the Colts have had to overcome miserable starts in two of them — 1-5 in 2018 and 1-4 last season.

The proof will ultimately come down to early season results, but the changes have been a success in the locker room. It’s also worth noting that the Colts largely avoided major injuries in training camp, aside from punter Rigoberto Sanchez’s Achilles tear sustained during wind sprints. There were only two players on the team’s injury report this week: Shaquille Leonard (recovering from back surgery in June to fix a nerve problem) and Dennis Kelly (recovering from recent knee surgery ).

“Guys bought in,” defensive tackle DeForest Buckner said. “I definitely feel a difference in my body heading into Week 1 compared to previous years. [Reich] insisted on it and on the rest. I’m an early riser, but that extra half hour or hour of sleep makes me feel good.

Have the Colts finally found the antidote they’ve been looking for for eight long years? If so, look for this formula to recycle in the future.

“I think all the best games we’ve had [recent] seasons,” linebacker Zaire Franklin said, “is when we were fresh and rested and ready to go.

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Burning Question Week: Will Jaylen Brown leave the Celtics in 2024? https://golfclashgemmes.com/burning-question-week-will-jaylen-brown-leave-the-celtics-in-2024/ Thu, 08 Sep 2022 13:00:00 +0000 https://golfclashgemmes.com/burning-question-week-will-jaylen-brown-leave-the-celtics-in-2024/ Will Jaylen Brown leave the Boston Celtics? This is the question that has been on the minds of fans for the next two years. When Kevin Durant trade rumors dominated the headlines, some fans were in favor of the deal as Brown could drop out of the Celtics in the summer of 2024. Others preferred […]]]>

Will Jaylen Brown leave the Boston Celtics?

This is the question that has been on the minds of fans for the next two years. When Kevin Durant trade rumors dominated the headlines, some fans were in favor of the deal as Brown could drop out of the Celtics in the summer of 2024. Others preferred the idea of ​​keeping Brown and convincing him to stay in the city that drafted him.

Brown has two years left on his current contract, and technically speaking, he could sign an extension right now. However, that will not happen. Not because he doesn’t want to be in Boston, but because he’d give away a ton of money if he did. Keith Smith of CelticsBlog explains:

“It’s not at all beneficial for Jaylen Brown to extend now. It has nothing to do with the Celtics. The Celtics would love to extend him today. Because he’s not on one of the so – Called designated player extensions, Brown isn’t able to max out like what we typically see a lot of other guys do.

So at this location, Brown is projected to earn $30.7 million last year, in the 2023-24 season. What he can do from that number is he can extend 120%, or a 20% increase of that, for three years. Right now today, he could do it. That would make his figure, let’s call it $36.9 million in 2024-25, $39.8 million in 2025-26, and then $42.7 million in 2026-27. Total, three-year extension, $119.5 million. If Brown waits to become a free agent, his first-year salary he would be entitled to is $42.9 million. So $42.9 million is, you know, about $6 million more than he could earn in an overtime, and then you add the raises from there, and we go from there. That’s why he won’t make the standard veteran overtime this summer.

The summer of 2024 will be the first time that Boston’s current core will be put at risk, and for the most part the Celtics have no control over it. Brown will be an unrestricted free agent. The Celtics can offer him more money overall than anyone else, but if he wants to join a different team, he’ll be free to do so.

By the time free agency arrives in 2024, Brown will be 27, at the peak of his career, and one of the most intriguing players out there. But he won’t be the only player available. Guys like Khris Middleton, Pascal Siakam and Fred VanVleet will also be in unrestricted free agency. Brown, however, will be more than two years younger than all of them.

But what would prompt Brown to leave Boston? Well, there are a bunch of reasons.

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First scoring option

As it stands, Brown will never be The Man in Boston. Barring one insane jump from him and plenty of throwbacks from Jayson Tatum, it’s just not in the cards with the Celtics. Tatum is very clearly the strongest option on the team, and while Brown isn’t far behind, there will always be that inner feeling of being Tatum’s Michael Jordan Scottie Pippin.

Now, whenever one of the two talks about it, that’s never how it goes. From everything we’ve seen of Tatum and Brown, they’re committed to building something special in Boston together. But who knows what the future holds? By the time he reaches free agency, perhaps Brown is eager to lead his own team as the undisputed No. 1.

There will be teams in 2024 in free agency that can offer him that. Teams like the Toronto Raptors, Indiana Pacers and Charlotte Hornets will all have enough money to sign Brown and can likely offer him the opportunity to be top dog. Obviously, Charlotte and Indiana have top point guards in LaMelo Ball and Tyrese Haliburton, but it’s not hard to imagine those guys taking a back seat in the scoring column and easing Brown instead.

But while those three teams are prime examples, Boston’s biggest threat may actually be a recent playoff opponent. The Raptors, Hornets and Pacers may offer Brown the chance to be the first scoring option, but the Miami Heat can give him that title and a shot at a championship. By the time Brown enters free agency, Kyle Lowry’s contract will be void, and if they free up some more space by then by casting Duncan Robinson, they could make room for Brown in South Beach.

Jimmy Butler never wanted to be the number one scoring option, and Bam Adebayo has proven he’s not that type of player. Adding Brown to the mix could propel Miami even further into the track mix, and Brown would become the star of the show.

If Brown wants to go somewhere where he can be the first scoring option, there should be options for him in free agency.

Dallas Mavericks vs. Boston Celtics

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Change of scenery

Maybe Brown doesn’t care to be the first option. If so, he would likely struggle to find a better fit than the Celtics. They’ve built a championship-caliber roster around him and Tatum, and they’re ready to compete for titles over the next decade. But what if he just wants a change of scenery? Well, there will be plenty of quality teams who should be ready to give him that too.

The Dallas Mavericks should be constantly on the lookout for a co-star to partner alongside Luka Doncic, and if they drop a contract or two by 2024, they could make room for Brown. Not only would Brown be able to take away some of Doncic’s scoring charge, but he would also likely be the best perimeter defender on the team.

Similar statements can be made for teams like the Memphis Grizzlies, Detroit Pistons and Philadelphia 76ers, all of which could be looking for new faces to partner with their respective stars by 2024. Ja Morant, Cade Cunningham and Joel Embiid would all jump at the chance to play with Brown.

Again, though, that line of reasoning would be banking on the idea that Brown is fed up with Boston, and from everything we’ve seen, that doesn’t appear to be the case at the moment.

Atlanta Hawks vs. Boston Celtics

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Back home

Whenever reporters ask Tatum about a team he’d rather play for than Boston, he always notes that if St. Louis had a team, he’d want to play there. What if Brown felt the same way? Could he join the Atlanta Hawks?

The short answer? Absolutely.

Brown’s love for the city of Atlanta has been well documented. The most relevant example came in 2020, when he drove 15 hours from Boston to Atlanta to lead a peaceful protest in his hometown. Joining him at the protest was his new Celtics teammate Malcolm Brogdon, as he is also from the area.

Players choosing to sign with their hometown team is not a new concept. LeBron James returned to the Cleveland Cavaliers in 2014 and Kawhi Leonard opted to sign with the LA Clippers in 2019.

And in terms of product on the field, the Hawks are doing a solid job of building a quality roster. Trae Young is an All-NBA level guard, they just traded for Dejounte Murray (whom they would need to re-sign by then), and their supporting cast is still young too. Additionally, they will have the option to open cap space for Brown if they trade one of John Collins or Clint Capela.

Boston Celtics vs. New York Knicks

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Where would that leave the Celtics?

Let’s say Brown decides to leave Boston. Where would that leave the Celtics?

Well, while nothing is guaranteed, the Celtics wouldn’t be in a terrible position. At this point, Tatum would still have two years left on his current contract (the latter being a player option), Marcus Smart and Robert Williams would still have two years fully guaranteed, and Brogdon and Derrick White would each have one year. . The rest of Boston’s core would still be in place.

Given Grant Williams’ potential extension and Sam Hauser’s final year of contract, that would leave the Celtics down to seven players (if Al Horford retires by then). And, if no action is taken, Spotrac predicts they will have just under $27 million in ceiling space. It’s not enough to sign a max player, but they’d be one trade away from Brogdon or White getting into that conversation. A signing and trade with Brown could also net them a marquee player in return.

It obviously looks too far ahead, but that summer guys like Siakam, VanVleet, Middleton and Domantas Sabonis will all hit the open market. None of them are quite on Brown’s level, especially considering the youth, but it’s not like the Celtics will be unable to replace his production.

Keeping Brown is, and should be, the top priority, but if all else fails, there will still be some decent options for Boston to consider in free agency that year.

Is Brown leaving?

It’s impossible to know whether or not Brown will leave in 2024. A lot can change in two years. If Boston wins a championship, how will that affect things? Would Brown want to go on and build not just a winner, but a dynasty with the Celtics? Or would he feel like he had accomplished everything he set out to do in Boston?

What if they don’t win everything? Would he want to keep running with Tatum, trying to win a ring with the Celtics? Or would he rather test the waters with a new club? There are a ton of questions that no one knows the answer to except Brown, and even he might know them now.

Everything he and Tatum have said indicates they are determined to win in Boston. They want to help the Celtics win Banner 18 together. Consider this quote from Tatum that surfaced in August.

“We just try to stay in the moment. It’s not necessarily about what our legacy would look like if we did this, that and the third,” Tatum told NBC Sports Boston. “I’m just trying to be the best versions of ourselves, the best players we can be, and compete at the highest level. I think we really took those next steps last season. And we’ll be the first to tell you that we have more to do, more to accomplish, and we can’t wait to do it… Despite all the people who said that we couldn’t play together, we always believed that we could.

Two years is a long time, but right now Brown seems to be all about Boston.

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New orientation program, BUILD, debuts at Camp Yale https://golfclashgemmes.com/new-orientation-program-build-debuts-at-camp-yale/ Tue, 06 Sep 2022 03:53:58 +0000 https://golfclashgemmes.com/new-orientation-program-build-debuts-at-camp-yale/ BUILD, a collaborative pilot orientation program between the Yale Center for Engineering Innovation and Design and the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, launched this fall as part of Camp Yale, Yale College’s newly redesigned orientation program . Himani Pattisam 11:50 p.m., Sep 05, 2022 Courtesy of Vincent Wilczynski Camp Yale, the newly revamped freshman […]]]>

BUILD, a collaborative pilot orientation program between the Yale Center for Engineering Innovation and Design and the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, launched this fall as part of Camp Yale, Yale College’s newly redesigned orientation program .

Himani Pattisam

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Courtesy of Vincent Wilczynski

Camp Yale, the newly revamped freshman orientation program, has opened doors for freshmen interested in exploring science and engineering at Yale through the BUILD pilot program.

This fall, BUILD debuted as a collaboration between the Yale School of Engineering and Applied Sciences and the Center for Engineering Innovation and Design. Twenty new freshmen were selected by the Yale College Dean’s Office to attend the inaugural session. Former Yale College Dean Marvin Chun and Dean of Student Affairs Melanie Boyd suggested the idea for the program.

“We jumped at the chance to introduce more students to STEM opportunities on campus,” said Vincent Wilczynski, associate dean of SEAS and director of the Yale Center for Engineering Innovation and Design, or CEID.

Chun and Boyd first contacted SEAS and CEID to inquire about the possibility of implementing this program.

The program is a way to introduce first years to the “new culture of engineering and applied science on the Yale campus,” Wilczynski said. The purpose of the orientation was for students to explore a new environment and bond throughout the experience, added Y. Richard Yang, director of undergraduate studies in the Department of Computer Science and professor. computer science and electrical engineering.

Yang compared BUILD to FOOT, a popular and well-established orientation program offered to first years during Camp Yale.

“Similar to exploring a natural environment in FOOT, BUILD was about exploring a new environment in the world of computing and engineering, where people build things,” Yang said.

As part of the program, the students traveled to New York, where they attended information sessions led by Yale alumni at three software companies.

Students visited Security Scorecard, a digital forensics company co-founded by Yale graduate Aleksandr Yampolskiy GRD ’06; Simon’s Foundation, a nonprofit organization that designs research software; and Google.

“The continued involvement of Yale alumni and their commitment to interacting with students speaks to the alumni’s engagement with the campus community,” Wilczynski said.

These companies were intentionally chosen to expose students to various applications of the “building process” in computer science and engineering, according to Yang. Many students agreed that the trip to New York was “the highlight” of the program. Lilia Chatalbasheva ’26 said she particularly enjoyed the candid discussion about the importance of diversity, inclusion and women in STEM.

The program was aimed at students who had little or no computer experience, Yang said. Gloria Kim ’26 said that although she has no coding or engineering background and is not a computer science or engineering major, she liked the STEM focus of the program.

“I can see myself coming back to CEID,” Kim said.

Students explored the construction of physical objects at CEID while building virtual hardware using resources from the computer science department. In collaboration with Scott Petersen, lecturer in the Department of Computer Science, the students explored the links between computing and music.

Other BUILD program activities included Scratch programming and exploring data visualization.

“The goal of this program was to expose students to the applications and connections that computing has with different humanities disciplines like music and art,” Yang said.

The program highlighted how computer science and engineering can connect with aspects of other disciplines in the humanities or social sciences that students might be interested in studying at Yale. Reva Tagare ’26 enjoyed “tasting the many flavors of STEM”.

In addition to the trip to New York and collaborative building projects, the students participated in workshop activities led by Jay Lim and Cody Murphey, both lecturers in the computer science department. Lim and Murphey were instrumental in facilitating the program, Yang said. One of the students’ favorites was the “Physics of Bubbles” workshop given by CEID Principal Investigator and Design Mentor Larry Wilen.

BUILD also introduced students to the vast STEM resources they could access on campus. The students became certified members of CEID, said Erin Murray ’26, which inspired many to return to the center.

“I’m starting to think about projects I might want to start on my own [at the CEID]said Ishan Narra ’26.

Outside of workshops and meetings with alumni, students in the BUILD program have formed a “nice, tight-knit community,” according to Fiza Shakeel ’26. Anjal Jain ’26 echoed that sentiment, calling the BUILD program “the highlight” of his Yale experience so far. The community created by faculty and student leaders eased the “anxiety [that] many of us lived through our recent move to New Haven,” Carl Geiselhart ’26 wrote in an email to The News.

However, some students had suggestions on how BUILD could improve in the future. Harrison Copp ’26 said BUILD had less “community building” than other orientation programs because while students collaborated on projects, they didn’t necessarily know each other on a “deeper level” by sharing stories like “hometowns”, which are traditions of the more established FOOT and FOCUS orientation programs.

“I have often been told that Yale is weaker [than peer institutions] on the engineering side,” Noah Dee ’26 wrote in an email to The News. “While that may be true, the BUILD program certainly reassures me that Yale recognizes the need to move forward in these areas.”

Whether Camp Yale will offer the BUILD program as part of its orientation programs next year has yet to be determined by the Yale College Dean’s Office, but Yang and Wilczynski said they hope expand BUILD in the future.

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A deficit debate is just what America needs https://golfclashgemmes.com/a-deficit-debate-is-just-what-america-needs/ Sun, 04 Sep 2022 13:18:18 +0000 https://golfclashgemmes.com/a-deficit-debate-is-just-what-america-needs/ Comment this story Comment With low unemployment, high inflation and rising interest rates, now is the time to bring back an old idea: bipartisan talks to reduce the federal budget deficit. I know: Try to contain your excitement. But not so long ago – about a decade – the United States was gripped by deficit-cutting […]]]>

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With low unemployment, high inflation and rising interest rates, now is the time to bring back an old idea: bipartisan talks to reduce the federal budget deficit.

I know: Try to contain your excitement. But not so long ago – about a decade – the United States was gripped by deficit-cutting mania. From the Simpson-Bowles Commission to the so-called Supercommittee, from sequestration to tax cliff, the subject was inescapable.

Republicans wanted sweeping cuts in public spending. Then-President Barack Obama was willing to meet them halfway, but only if they joined him in raising taxes on the rich. In the end, the big bargain didn’t happen. But discretionary federal spending has been curtailed, tax cuts enacted under President George W. Bush have been partially reversed, and the deficit has shrunk.

Remarkably, all of this happened at a time when unemployment was high, inflation was low and interest rates were at zero. In other words, the macroeconomic circumstances were perfectly suited for the reverse policy mix – a bipartisan deal to give Obama more spending and Republicans extended tax cuts.

These days, perhaps marked by the futility of young teenage deficit mania, no one talks about bipartisan deficit reduction, commissions or bargains anymore. But a return to the political obsessions of ten years ago would be appropriate at the present moment. The deficit, as a percentage of GDP, is declining rapidly from its pandemic lows, but is expected to be about the same this year as a decade ago and increase in the future as the share of older people in the population increases.

Right now, Americans are feeling good about falling gas prices. But the Federal Reserve is convinced that it has fallen behind in the fight against inflation, and last month Chairman Jerome Powell made it clear that the bank was prepared to “suffer households and businesses” in order to reduce prices.

That means higher interest rates to slow economy-wide spending, and that’s generally the right approach. But rate hikes come at a cost, even if they’re perfectly executed: they’re essentially a tax on investment. Under these circumstances, fiscal policy would ideally help to slow spending, thereby minimizing the need to raise rates.

This was the deficit reduction formula during former President Bill Clinton’s first term, which, unlike his Obama-era equivalent, was driven by the real economy rather than hysteria. In an implicit deal with the Fed, Clinton and the Democrats in Congress raised taxes and cut spending in their 1993 budget, which allowed the central bank to be more restrained in its monetary policy and contributed to a economic boom.

In politics today, two groups are fundamentally opposed to this idea of ​​balanced fiscal consolidation: conservatives and progressives.

Conservatives oppose it because, despite all the changes and turmoil of the Trump era, the Republican Party remains fanatically committed to the idea of ​​low taxes, especially for the wealthiest Americans. The left opposes this because they believe that the American economic model should be completely transformed into something resembling the states of Northern Europe where taxes are much higher. It is therefore loath to waste hard-earned tax increases on anything other than increased spending.

But that’s what made it a politically privileged place for centrist Democrats like Clinton and Obama. By embracing deficit reduction now, President Joe Biden could send a clear signal to moderate voters: Supporting Democrats doesn’t mean greenlighting two more years of big, progressive policy change.

Progressives, of course, would not appreciate this message. But Biden would only tell activists what they already know. They took big swings with Build Back Better and won big victories on climate change and student debt. Now they simply don’t have the votes to pass any more big partisan bills, even if every possible midterm vacation suits them.

As I said, people who care deeply about politics know all this. There’s no real downside – and plenty of upside – to ensuring it’s clearly communicated to less observant voters.

Focusing on the deficit would also help underscore a key truth about the GOP: While Republicans tend to trust issues like “the economy” and “federal spending,” whenever they come up with ideas to reduce the deficit without raising taxes, they are proposing something horribly unpopular. This tension is even worse today, when the party is largely dependent on the votes of older, economically low-class cultural conservatives who depend on the welfare state.

Forcing a National Conversation on Priorities – Should the United States Limit Tax Deductions or Raise the Age of Eligibility for Full Social Security Benefits? What should be cut, military spending or Medicaid spending? Are the “Buy America” rules and current salary requirements worth the cost? – could help launch the boil of populism by taking politics out of the realm of pure symbolism. Yes, the choices and trade-offs can be tedious and unpleasant to contemplate. But they’re also the real job of government, and trying to put them back at the center of political conversations is a useful strategy for restoring some common sense to public discourse.

It is even possible that bipartisan overtures on deficit reduction will lead to real politics. Some conservatives, like my Bloomberg Opinion colleague Ramesh Ponnuru, are already calling on Republicans to engage more seriously on the future of Social Security. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell has hinted that he thinks Republicans made a tactical mistake in rejecting big talks during the Obama era. And unlike a decade ago, a policy of deficit reduction would be a real boon for American owners and growth-oriented companies.

Biden was a huge deficit hawk in the 1990s. Now that he’s brought back full employment the ’90s way, it’s time for him to get back to his roots.

More from Bloomberg Opinion:

• The return of the deficit economy: Karl W. Smith

• Should we worry about deficits? : Stephanie Kelton and Noah Smith

• Size doesn’t matter for Republican deficit ‘Hawks’: Jonathan Bernstein

This column does not necessarily reflect the opinion of the Editorial Board or of Bloomberg LP and its owners.

Matthew Yglesias is a columnist for Bloomberg Opinion. Co-founder and former columnist of Vox, he writes the Slow Boring blog and newsletter. He is the author, most recently, of “One Billion Americans”.

More stories like this are available at bloomberg.com/opinion

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Sensex Today: Stock Market Today LIVE Updates: Sensex off day’s low, picks up 59,000; Clever above 17,600; IT stocks bleed the most https://golfclashgemmes.com/sensex-today-stock-market-today-live-updates-sensex-off-days-low-picks-up-59000-clever-above-17600-it-stocks-bleed-the-most/ Thu, 01 Sep 2022 05:25:00 +0000 https://golfclashgemmes.com/sensex-today-stock-market-today-live-updates-sensex-off-days-low-picks-up-59000-clever-above-17600-it-stocks-bleed-the-most/ Sensex Today Live Updates: Indian shares fell on Thursday, weighed by losses from information technology companies on growth worries, while a government decision to raise taxes on fuel exports and domestic crude led to energy stocks. The Nifty IT index fell 1.5%. “Global weakness is reflected in Indian stock markets. IT is selling off on […]]]>
Sensex Today Live Updates: Indian shares fell on Thursday, weighed by losses from information technology companies on growth worries, while a government decision to raise taxes on fuel exports and domestic crude led to energy stocks.

The Nifty IT index fell 1.5%.

“Global weakness is reflected in Indian stock markets. IT is selling off on growth concerns in key markets like the US and Europe,” said Siddharth Khemka, head of trade research retail at Motilal Oswal Financial Services.

“There is a bit of weakness due to slightly lower than expected GDP. There are hardly any big positive triggers in the market. With each decline, the market is getting stronger, but the follow-through is lacking at higher levels.”

India’s economy grew at its fastest pace of 13.5% year-on-year in April-June, although economists have warned that growth could lose momentum in the coming quarters as rising interest rates interest slowing economic activity.

On Wednesday evening, the Indian government increased taxes on aviation, diesel fuel exports and domestic crude oil, driving the energy index down 1%.

Shares of Oil & Natural Gas Corp fell 2.6%, while Reliance Industries fell 1.6%.

SpiceJet shares fell 14.7% after its chief financial officer resigned, with the low-cost carrier posting a bigger quarterly loss amid heightened scrutiny of in-flight incidents.

Zee Entertainment shares fell 4.9% after a Reuters report said India’s competition regulator found further scrutiny was needed over its future merger with Japan’s Sony unit India. .

Meanwhile, New Delhi Television said a major sale of its founders’ stake in the Adani Group would require clearance from Indian tax authorities.

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USFDA inspection at Alembic Pharmaceuticals Injectable Facility (F-3) in Karkhadi

The United States Food and Drug Administration (USFDA) conducted an inspection at the Alembic Pharmaceuticals Injectable Facility (F-3) located in Karkhadi from August 18, 2022 through August 30, 2022. The USFDA issued a form 483 with 2 observations.

Zomato Deputy CFO Nitin Savara resigns

Price as of Sep 01, 2022 10:53Click on company names for their live prices.

TCS and Infosys among the big losers of NSE

Price as of Sep 01, 2022 10:47Click on company names for their live prices.

Technically, Nifty formed a strong bullish candle on the daily time frame and mostly broke through crucial short-term and long-term averages indicating a bullish connotation that could trigger another short-term rally cycle. Also on the oscillator front, the 14-period RSI has gained bullish momentum holding above the 60 trend decisive level. Although aggressive trading should be avoided amid global jitters . Given the current situation, a minimum correction of 38.6% of the entire rally from 15,183 to 17,992 comes around 16,900, followed by a correction of 50% to 16,600. On the upside, the current pattern indicates that Nifty may move towards 17,992 followed by 18,114 in the next few days. with immediate support lies at 17,350 and the index needs to hold above said level with some authority for the bulls to strengthen their position.

– Tirthankar Das, Technical and Derivatives Analyst, Retail, Ashika Stock Broking

Goldman Cuts India’s Growth Forecast; Morgan Stanley sees downside risks

Goldman Sachs lowered its growth projections for India after quarterly gross domestic product readings from April to June missed market estimates. Weaker-than-expected growth from April through June created a downside risk of 40 basis points from current-year growth estimates, Morgan Stanley said in a note. India’s real GDP growth rose 13.5% year-on-year in the quarter under review, below the 15.2% forecast by economists polled by Reuters.

Total Escort sales at 6,111 units vs. 5,360 units in July

Price as of Sep 01, 2022 10:04 amClick on company names for their live prices.

NDTV says sale of stake to Adani must be approved by tax authorities

New Delhi Television Ltd said a sale of a large stake by its founders to the Adani Group would require clearance from Indian tax authorities, adding another hurdle to the conglomerate’s bid to take control of the popular news network.

The income tax department in 2017 temporarily barred the founders – Prannoy and Radhika Roy – from selling part of their stake as part of a reassessment of their taxes, NDTV said in an exchange filing late. Wednesday.

NDTV and Adani clashed in public after the conglomerate, headed by India’s richest man Gautam Adani, last week unveiled plans to control a majority stake in the news network seen as the bastion of independent media.

SpiceJet plummets nearly 15% on bigger quarterly loss

Shares of India’s SpiceJet Ltd fell 14.7% on Thursday after the low-cost carrier posted a bigger loss due to high fuel costs and unfavorable exchange rates, and said its chief financial officer had resigned. SpiceJet posted a net loss of 7.84 billion rupees ($98.50 million) for the quarter ended June 30, compared with a loss of 7.31 billion rupees a year earlier.

Sensex at day’s low, trades 450 points

Sensex at day's low, trades 450 points

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

One of the highlights of the recent market trend is India’s outperformance among major markets. While the US, Europe and most major emerging markets have weakened, the Indian market has shown surprising resilience. Since Fed Chief Powell’s ultra-hawkish message last Friday, the S&P 500 is down 5.8% while the Nifty is up 0.9%. A major factor in this outperformance is the return of FIIs to the Indian market. It is important to appreciate that the FII investment of Rs 4165 cr on Tuesday in the spot market is the highest buy figure in 2022. This gives momentum to the market.

However, investors should exercise caution as valuations are high and the global growth environment is not conducive to a sustainable bull market. Even while staying invested, a profit reservation can be a good idea.

Voda Idea, YES Bank, Ashok Leyland among the most active stocks on NSE

Price as of Sep 01, 2022 09:19Click on company names for their live prices.

BLOCK CASE | Dodla Dairy – 5% shares change hands in block deal

Price as of Sep 01, 2022 09:18Click on company names for their live prices.

OPENING BELL: Sensex scores over 850 points, Nifty tests 17,500; Infosys and TechM down 2% each

OPENING BELL: Sensex scores over 850 points, Nifty tests 17,500;  Infosys and TechM down 2% each

Asian stocks falter in September as dollar climbs

Asian stocks fell and the dollar soared on Thursday as investors welcomed September by selling anything not tacked on after a month battered by worries about aggressive rate hikes from global policymakers.

SGX Nifty reports a negative start

Nifty futures on the Singapore Stock Exchange traded down 30 points, or 0.17%, at 17,480, signaling that Dalal Street was heading for a negative start on Thursday.

Quarterly results today

AJR Infra and Tolling and OCL Iron and Steel are among the companies to announce their quarterly results today.

Tech View: Nifty50 exits swing high, faces resistance ahead

Nifty50 on Tuesday jumped more than 2.5% and hit its recent high. The index has formed a large bullish candle on the daily chart. Analysts said the index could face strong resistance around 17,900 levels and see immediate support at the 17,600 level.

Oil falls on higher supply, weaker Chinese demand

Oil prices fell early in Asian trading on Thursday, led by increased supply and fears the global economy could slow further with new restrictions to curb COVID-19 in China. Brent crude futures fell 37 cents, or 0.4%, to $95.27 a barrel at 0006 GMT. U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures fell 32 cents, or 0.4%, to $89.23 a barrel.

Tokyo stocks open lower

Shares in Tokyo opened lower on Thursday, extending U.S. losses as investors grew concerned there would be no respite from the Federal Reserve’s rate hikes aimed at taming inflation. The benchmark Nikkei 225 was down 1.04%, or 291.67 points, at 27,799.86 in early trading, while the broader Topix index slipped 0.80%, or 15, 76 points, at 1,947.40.

Wall Street ends August with a moan about Fed concern

U.S. stocks ended the month with their fourth consecutive daily decline on Wednesday, cementing the weakest August performance in seven years as concerns about aggressive Federal Reserve interest rate hikes persist.

The rupee jumps from 39 paise to 79.52 against the dollar

The rupee rebounded 39 paise to close at a near two-week high of 79.52 against the US dollar on Tuesday, supported by inflows of foreign funds and a correction in crude oil prices.

Sensex, Nifty on Tuesday

30-stock Sensex advanced 1,564.45 points — the second-biggest points gain this year — to end at 59,537.09. Its larger counterpart, Nifty50, ended the session comfortably above the 17,750 mark.

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Sensex Today: Live Stock Market Updates: Sensex Up 700, Nifty Surpasses 17,500; Pirmala shares become ex-split; India’s VIX drops 5% https://golfclashgemmes.com/sensex-today-live-stock-market-updates-sensex-up-700-nifty-surpasses-17500-pirmala-shares-become-ex-split-indias-vix-drops-5/ Tue, 30 Aug 2022 05:38:00 +0000 https://golfclashgemmes.com/sensex-today-live-stock-market-updates-sensex-up-700-nifty-surpasses-17500-pirmala-shares-become-ex-split-indias-vix-drops-5/ Benchmarks rebounded in early trades on Tuesday after falling sharply in the previous trade amid buying at bank tellers and mixed global trends. In the Sensex pack, Bajaj Finserv, Bajaj Finance, IndusInd Bank, Maruti, Tata Steel, NTPC, UltraTech Cement, State Bank of India and Axis Bank were among the top winners. Bharti Airtel and Dr […]]]>
Benchmarks rebounded in early trades on Tuesday after falling sharply in the previous trade amid buying at bank tellers and mixed global trends.

In the Sensex pack, Bajaj Finserv, Bajaj Finance, IndusInd Bank, Maruti, Tata Steel, NTPC, UltraTech Cement, State Bank of India and Axis Bank were among the top winners.

Bharti Airtel and Dr Reddy’s were the only laggards.

Elsewhere in Asia, markets in Seoul and Tokyo were trading in the green while Shanghai and Hong Kong traded lower in mid-term trades. US markets ended lower on Monday.

“Compared to the sell-off in the US markets last Friday, the correction in the Indian market yesterday was relatively subdued. This reflects the resilience of the Indian market,” said VK Vijayakumar, chief investment strategist at Geojit Financial Services.

Meanwhile, the international oil benchmark, Brent, fell 0.83% to $104.22 a barrel.

Foreign Institutional Investors (FIIs) unloaded shares worth Rs 561.22 crore on Monday, according to exchange data.

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Compared to the sell-off in the US markets last Friday, the correction in the Indian market yesterday was relatively mild. This reflects the resilience of the Indian market. However, it is important to appreciate the fact that valuations in India are high. Nifty trades around 20 times forward earnings. MSCI India is trading at a 100% premium to its emerging market rivals. This calls for some caution. There is a possibility of further correction in the short-term market. Financial services, capital goods, automotive, telecommunications and consumer packaged goods are strong segments attracting investment.

– Dr. VK Vijayakumar, Chief Investment Strategist at Geojit Financial Services

Financial Services Security to Chair Review Meeting of SBI and Other PSBs Today: ET NOW

3 Adani shares hit 52-week highs in trading today

These 10 stocks move with the mood of the market, bounce up to 10%

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NIFTY is sailing comfortably above 17,500

NIFTY is sailing comfortably above 17,500

Top Sensex Contributors Right Now

Top Sensex Contributors Right Now

Sensex extends gains and rallies over 600 points

Sensex extends gains and rallies over 600 points

Tamilnad Mercantile Bank’s IPO will begin on September 5; fixed price range

  • The initial public offering (IPO) of private lender Tamilnad Mercantile Bank (TMB) is set to hit Dalal Street on Monday, September 5.

  • The company will sell its shares in the range of Rs 500-525 each. The proposed primary offering is open for subscription until September 7 (Wednesday).

  • The IPO is entirely a new issue of up to 1,58,40,000 shares with a par value of Rs 10 each, aggregating Rs 831.6 crore. TMB is a professionally managed bank and has no identifiable promoters.
Tamilnad Mercantile Bank's IPO will begin on September 5;  fixed price range

DEAL BLOCK: Tata Teleservices

DEAL BLOCK: Tata Teleservices

Export order for Ramkrishna Forgings bags worth Rs 20.5 cr/year for supply of metal bars in non-automotive segment

Price as of August 30, 2022 10:18 a.m.Click on company names for their live prices.

Piramal Enterprises Divests Pharmaceutical Business; Lists of NBFC companies at Rs 1050

Piramal Enterprises Divests Pharmaceutical Business;  Lists of NBFC companies at Rs 1050

Vodafone Idea, Tata Steel, YES Bank among the most active stocks on NSE

Price as of August 30, 2022 09:38Click on company names for their live prices.

The bears lost momentum on testing the 17160 region triggering attempts to rise on the early lines. This ideally targets the 17800-520 region, but expect the bears to resurface as you approach 17500-520. The bearish marker can be placed at 17250, but it is performance in the 17450-520 region that will set the tone today.

– Anand James – Chief Market Strategist at Geojit Financial Services

Global brokerages on RIL after the AGM

JP Morgan

  • Maintain overweight, target at Rs 3065/share
  • Capex for RIL resumed in FY22
  • Capital expenditure would remain high over 2-3 years
  • With the AGM behind us, the focus should return to profits

CLSA

  • Maintain BUY, target at Rs 3180/share
  • 5G launch within 2 months and investment plans announced
  • More than 9 billion dollars of investments announced for petrochemicals
  • JioMart has officially launched its grocery store experience

BofA

  • Maintain BUY, target at Rs 2805/share
  • Keep buying on a favorable risk-reward ratio
  • Focus more on investments with limited visibility on value unlocking events (Source: ET NOW)

Opening bell: Sensex up over 350 points, Nifty over 17,400; Bajaj Finserv increases by 4%, IndusInd by 2%

Opening bell: Sensex up over 350 points, Nifty over 17,400;  Bajaj Finserv increases by 4%, IndusInd by 2%

Asian markets mixed as traders brace for further rate hikes

Asian markets were mixed on Tuesday with confidence at a premium as traders weigh the prospect of further Federal Reserve interest rate hikes and a possible recession.

SGX Nifty reports positive start

Nifty futures on the Singapore Stock Exchange traded 55 points, or 0.32%, at 17,435.5, signaling that Dalal Street was heading for a positive start on Tuesday.

Quarterly results today

MMTC, The Orissa Minerals Development Company, Mcdowell Holdings, Bombay Rayon Fashions, Shreyas Intermediates, Kesar Petroproducts, Mohite Industries, Marg, Celestial Biolabs, UBE Industries and IEC Education are among the companies to announce their quarterly results today.

Tech View: Nifty Breaks Below 20-Day SMA, Signals Weakness

Nifty50 on Monday plunged more than 1% and barely managed to hold the 17,300 level on the close. The 50-pack index failed to meet its 20-day simple moving average (SMA), but managed to form a bullish candle on the daily chart, posting a lower open, reflecting the intraday rally. Some analysts think more weakness is in sight. The upside will be capped at the 17,500-600 levels, they said.

Oil prices fall as inflation concerns outweigh possible OPEC+ production cuts

Oil prices fell on Tuesday after posting their highest gains in more than a month in the previous session, as concerns over global inflation overshadowed the prospect of possible oil production cuts. OPEC+.

Tokyo stocks open higher after sell-offs

Shares in Tokyo opened higher on Tuesday, rebounding from strong sell-offs in the previous session following a pledge by U.S. Fed chief Jerome Powell to “forcefully” fight inflation. The benchmark Nikkei 225 rose 0.63%, or 176.57 points, to 28,055.53 yen in early trading, while the broader Topix index rose 0.58%, or 11 .31 points, at 1,955.41.

Wall Street retreats as concerns over rate hike persist

U.S. stocks closed lower on Monday, adding to last week’s steep losses on lingering worries about the Federal Reserve’s determination to raise interest rates aggressively to fight inflation even as the economy slows.

Rupee drops 7 paise to 79.91 on strong dollar

The rupee depreciated by 7 paise on Monday to close at 79.91 against the US dollar on risk aversion in global markets and a strong greenback overseas after hawkish comments from the Reserve US Federal.

Sensex, nice on Monday

The 30-pack Sensex shares lost 861.25 points to close at 57,972.62. Its broader counterpart, Nifty50, slipped below 16,350. RIL closed down 0.84% ​​after Reliance’s 45th Annual General Meeting.

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Maruti S-Presso R-Urban Concept – Idea for facelift https://golfclashgemmes.com/maruti-s-presso-r-urban-concept-idea-for-facelift/ Sun, 28 Aug 2022 09:34:12 +0000 https://golfclashgemmes.com/maruti-s-presso-r-urban-concept-idea-for-facelift/ Maruti S-Presso is a popular entry-level micro SUV that has found massive traction in mostly semi-rural environments in India. This R-Urban concept of the Maruti S-Presso offers great ideas for developing the facelift version. The main attraction of the S-Presso is its micro SUV silhouette at an affordable price. People looking to buy an SUV […]]]>

Maruti S-Presso is a popular entry-level micro SUV that has found massive traction in mostly semi-rural environments in India.

This R-Urban concept of the Maruti S-Presso offers great ideas for developing the facelift version. The main attraction of the S-Presso is its micro SUV silhouette at an affordable price. People looking to buy an SUV with a big presence on the road without burning their pockets go for this one. In this digital rendition of malvinwsetiawan on Instagram, a unique iteration of the S-Presso was shared focusing on the future of urban mobility.

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Concept Maruti S-Presso R-Urban

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Maruti S-Presso Facelift Concept

A few distinct elements set it apart from the existing model. At the front, the bumper has been extended downwards, giving the micro SUV a typical city vibe. The grille on the hood is quite sleek, but there’s a massive grille underneath that features various design cues. It is flanked by vertical LED DRLs on either side accentuating its width. The bonnet is straight and the headlights are reminiscent of the regular S-Presso. On the sides there are new black alloy wheels and tri-color body graphics. Gray, black and lime colors provide a distinct flavor to the vehicle. The S-Presso etched on the side body panels is also neat.

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Specifications

The Maruti S-Presso comes with the new next-generation K10C Dual Jet Dual VVT petrol engine which delivers a maximum of 66 hp and 89 Nm of power and torque respectively. There is the option of a 5-speed manual or an AMT gearbox. The refined engine allows a mileage of 25.30 km/l in Vxi(O)/Vxi+(O) AGS, 24.76 km/l in Vxi/Vxi+ MT and 24.12 km/l in Std/Lxi MT. These high mileage figures are the main reason why people opt for the S-Presso in particular and Maruti Suzuki products in general. This Maruti S-Presso ranges from Rs 4.25 lakh to Rs 5.99 lakh, ex-showroom.

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MSIL has already recently introduced new features on the S-Presso to ensure that it stays fresh in the face of fierce competition. But we could see a real facelift in the coming months as the nation’s biggest automaker is updating much of its portfolio in our market to ensure it remains at the top of the sales charts. in the future.

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