Optimistic Forecast the World Economy Will Recover Faster

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Optimistic projections for the economic recovery come from economists at banking and investment firm Morgan Stanley. The company economist predicted that the global economy will recover to pre-pandemic levels at the beginning of the fourth quarter or three months earlier than previously estimated.

“Evidence suggests that the viral or economic equation has shifted decisively from the early days of the outbreak,” said Morgan Stanley economist in a note to clients.

This optimistic projection is supported by the increasing number of countries that are getting better at dealing with the corona virus.

Morgan Stanley projects that the US, which currently has the most cases of corona in the world, reaching 6.4 million people, will have its economy reach pre-Covid-19 levels in the second quarter of next year. Meanwhile, all developed markets could reach that level in the third quarter of next year.

The global economy is also predicted to improve

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Great Information On How To Get A Better Blog

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Creating a blog can seem overwhelming because there are so many option, possibilities and choices to make

The potential and ideas for blogs are infinite. The tips in this article are designed to help you to create a blog that will accomplish your goals and will reach the audience that your blog was created for.

Create a blogroll. A blogroll is a list of other blogs in your niche that you find valuable. Creating such a list increases your blog’s value to readers, as they may be able to find content that they couldn’t find on your blog. If you use your blog for marketing, a blogroll will also increase your credibility in the marketplace.

Remember not to overuse keywords, plug-in, images and ads. If you do, your blog could be negatively identified by all search engines, and your efforts would be wasted. Let your prose flow smoothly and naturally.… Read more

Longhorns Daily News: Report: If Big Ten moves on Pac 12 schools, Big 12 intends to invite Four Corners schools to conference

The headline says it all. Almost.

CBS Sports reports that if the Big Ten poaches Washington, Oregon, Stanford and California, effectively cutting the Pac 12 off at the knees, then the Big 12 intends to invite Utah, Colorado (welcome back, lol), Arizona and Arizona State to join the conference.

Of course, this doesn’t really matter for the Texas Longhorns, who, alongside the Oklahoma Soonerswill be heading to join the SEC, where they’ll push the conference’s schools to 16.

WHAT THE WISE MEN ARE SAYING ABOUT THE LONGHORNS

Austin American-Statesman: If presented the opportunity, can

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Amazon Affords First Details About Its ‘Lord Of The Rings’ Collection

Top StoriesWhen Mr Bingley and Jane meet for the very first time at a ball in Meryton it’s definitely a case of affection at first sight so far as he is involved and that is at all times a romantic begin to a love story that has a contented ending. He’s straight away struck by her beauty and immediately asks her to bop as soon as they’ve been introduced. He does dance with another young ladies that evening but it’s apparent that Jane is far and above his favourite as he dances along with her more than some other younger woman. He communicates as a lot to Mr Darcy that evening by saying that she is probably the most stunning creature that he has ever beheld and later defies Mr Darcy to make him think sick of Miss Bennet. It could not have been a case of love at first sight … Read more

Sunday updates for Naples, Collier County

This is a live news blog with information about the aftermath of Hurricane Ian in Southwest Florida Our reporters and photographers are spread out across Southwest Florida covering our communities and providing the latest information.

DISASTER ASSISTANCE

HERE IS THE LATEST ON SUPPLIES IN SWFL

7:30 pm | Lee up to 42 deaths, Collier with 3

Florida District Medical Examiners report hurricane deaths to the Medical Examiners Commission (MEC) following autopsy after confirming the death is storm-related. FDLE staffs the Florida Medical Examiners Commission.

There are now 58 deaths attributed to Hurricane Ian confirmed by the MEC from the counties below.

Collier – 3

Henry – 1

Hillsborough – 1

Lake – 1

Lee – 42

Manatee – 2

Sarasota – 3

Volusia – 5

5:50 pm | Bonita Springs keeping eye on river

The Imperial River is rising, and City of Bonita Springs officials say they’re keeping a close

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Churches group Declare Dayton rallies for unity on Courthouse Square

The group strives to do more than march and pray. DaQuawna Farrow, church and engagement coordinator for Declare Dayton, said a core aspect of their work is volunteering for Dayton public schools — volunteering time and goods, whatever schools and students need, she said.

“We’re putting heavy emphasis on a collaboration with Dayton Public Schools,” Farrow said. “To have the presence of the faith community, as mentors, as helps in any direction, in any facet or area that the schools need.”

If people want to get involved, Farrow encouraged them to start by visiting declare.org.

Wearing a sweater that said, “In Dayton as it is in Heaven,” Steve Rudisill, lead pastor of The Point Church in Centerville, said the march was a good way to “remind ourselves that we’re more alike than what our denominations tell us we are.”

“Dayton sees that we can be united and we can help

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Katherine M. Michaud | News, Sports, Jobs

Katherine M. Michaud

KINGSFORD — Katherine M. “Kathy” Michaud, 83, of Kingsford passed away on Sept. 29, 2022, at home.

She was born on Feb. 1, 1939, in Niagara, Wis., daughter of the late Louis and Elizabeth (Thoune) Molle. Kathy was raised in Niagara and graduated from Niagara High School, Class of 1957.

Following graduation, she continued her education at the University of Wisconsin – River Falls where she received her teaching degree. She, immediately after graduating, accepted a teaching position in Three Lakes, Wis. She taught there until she was married.

Katherine married Walter Michaud on June 8, 1968, at St. Anthony Catholic Church in Niagara and made their home in Kingsford. Together they celebrated 54 years of marriage.

Kathy will be deeply missed by her loving husband; three children, Karen (James) Brackett, Allen (Deanna) Michaud, and Laura (Matt) Zuern; eight grandchildren, Bridget (Jason) Raiche, Justin Brackett, Katherine Brackett

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