Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Nassau County police are investigating a failed child abduction at Green Acres Mall in Valley Stream Thursday in which the suspect yelled “Give me the baby” to a mother inside a restroom while trying to grab the tot. Police said a mother was tending to her one-year-old child inside a Kohl’s restroom at 10:45 a.m. when a woman commented “That is a beautiful baby.” The suspect approached the woman and repeatedly said “Give me the baby” while grabbing the tot’s arm. The mother pushed the woman’s arm and was able to exit the restroom safely before notifying security. The suspect, described as Hispanic and five-feet, five-inches tall with long blonde hair wearing a blue jacket, yellow shirt and multi-colored skirt, was last seen leaving Kohl’s in a black livery cab. Police said the investigation is ongoing. Detectives ask anyone with information about the incident to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-244-TIPS. All calls are anonymous.
Apart from its equity holdings, only Keva’s hedge funds saw losses, returning -2.9%.Private equity and real estate holdings both returned less than 1%, with property achieving the second-best performance of 0.7%.Keva’s best-performing asset class was fixed income, which at the end of March accounted for more than 46% of its €44bn in assets.Stefan Björkman, managing director at the €5.7bn Etera, said investment income was “stable” throughout the first quarter.Unlike Keva, Etera said property was its best-performing asset class, returning 2% over the quarter, compared with 0.5% from its fixed income portfolio.Equity losses were lower, with a return of -1%, while alternatives also lost a comparable -1.2%.However, Keva’s Huotari struck a note of caution when discussing future returns.“The underlying problem appears to be that none of the central [bank] operators seems to offer an intelligible way out of the current situation,” he said.“In the coming years, we might have an even bumpier ride ahead than we expected.” Finnish pension investors have suffered low returns as a result of “very unsettled” capital markets, according to Keva.The local government pension provider saw losses of 0.8% over the first three months of 2016, partly down to a 4.4% loss from its equity holdings, while pensions mutual Etera managed to return 0.1% over the same period.Tapani Hellstén, Keva’s acting managing director, said investment performance was in line with the fund’s expectations, although his CIO Ari Huotari said first-quarter returns were “meagre”.“The capital markets have been very unsettled, and we have performed reasonably well in investment operations in the middle of the storm,” Hellstén added.
Share LocalNews Dominica benefits from the FCCA’s 30 – Destination Holiday Gist Program by: – January 10, 2012 Sharing is caring! Share Tweet 10 Views no discussions Share Crew members from the FCCA member cruise lines with some children from the Christmas party.The Florida Caribbean Cruise Association, this year, set out to cheer up the holiday for more than 6,000 underprivileged children from thirty (30) destinations throughout the Caribbean and Latin America. Being in its 18th year, the FCCA Foundation continues to improve the lives of citizens in the Caribbean and Latin America through projects such as this. As part of the 16th annual Holiday Gift Project, Two Hundred (200) underprivileged children from Dominica were treated to a very special holiday when they received gifts delivered by crew members from the FCCA member cruise lines, and the MV Caribbean Princess.The event which was organized by the Discover Dominica Tourism Authority, took place at the Public Service Union Building on Valley Road on December 15th 2011. Children came from areas across Dominica including Capuchin, Clifton, Cottage, Savanne- Paille, Portsmouth, Bourne, Paix Bouche, Thibaud, Vieille Case, Bense, Penville, St. Joseph, Salisbury, Layou, Tarreau, Mero, New Town, king’s Hill, Roseau, Bath Estate, Tarish Pit, Gutter, Stockfarm, and Fond Cole.The Discover Dominica Authority and the Ministry of Tourism wishes to extend heartfelt gratitude and sincere thanks to West Dominica Child Fund for their assistance, and local companies – Minya’s 7-11, Hara Agencies, Springfield Trading Ltd, and Starrin and Sons for their generous contributions of snack items towards the event.If Dominica is selected again in 2012 by the FCCA, the DDA anticipates the continued contributions from these generous business houses, and that of others, towards the continued success of this event.Press ReleaseDiscover Dominica Authority
Loading… So far the PFA’s position is that pay cuts are not needed because of the chance of the leagues will recommence. Taylor stated: “There is no need to make a cut if the season is completed.” Premier League fixtures are currently suspended until April 30 due to the coronavirus crisis ( Read Also: Liverpool join Man Utd, Real Madrid to fight for Osimhen However, this stance is contentious and even some club chiefs have criticised it. Taylor is set to meet with the ELF and Premier League on Wednesday for a final showdown in discussions amid the coronavirus pandemic. It is reported that Championship sides have already made a £5million loss because of the current climate, while many club directors are ‘desperate’ for guidance from the EFL with regard to wage deferrals and cuts FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted Content10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoThe Highest Paid Football Players In The World7 Universities In The World With The Highest Market ValueTop 7 Best Car Manufacturers Of All TimeBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them8 Things You Didn’t Know About CoffeeFantastic-Looking (and Probably Delicious) Bread ArtThe Highest Paid Football Players In The WorldWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks18 Beautiful Cities That Are Tourist Magnets10 Greatest Disney Female Villains We Love Anyways PFA chief executive Gordon Taylor has vowed to block plans to cut Premier League players’ wages as the debate over the coronavirus crisis rumbles on. And the former Bolton and Birmingham winger also said that the union will want to know the financial position of a club before it offers them a deferral, meaning that clubs will only be offered monetary relief based on their own merits and it won’t be a one-size-fits-all scenario. PFA chief executive Gordon Taylor has vowed to block plans to cut player wages A majority of clubs in the EFL are looking to defer wage payments owing to the current coronavirus pandemic but Taylor is concerned some may use the current climate to cash in. He told the Daily Mail : “We don’t just want anyone taking advantage of this crisis to suit their own ends. A request for deferral of wages has to be realistic and meaningful and needs due diligence. Players have their own welfare to think about.” The report goes on to state that there are at least three known clubs who have requested that players take a cut in salary as to ensure staff members are protected, only to be told by the Professional Footballers’ Association (PFA) they are unable to agree without the consent of the trade union. Taylor continued: “Inevitably clubs are putting it to players — the captain or the PFA delegate. But we are encouraging players not to accept that. “One group (accepting a deferral or cut) makes players at other clubs feel uncomfortable. We would rather do it with everyone, including us, involved.”