The chief executives of Etihad Airways, Singapore Airlines and Air New Zealand will join the Virgin Australia board as executive directors.The move reflects the respective airlines’ investments in Virgin as an upstart challenger to Qantas Airways, together they own nearly 70 per cent of the airline.Etihad chief executive James Hogan, Singapore Airlines chief executive officer Goh Choon Phong and Air NZ chief executive Christopher Luxon will join for the first board meeting in Sydney.The airlines are both friend and foes, collaborating and competing in a variety of markets.Virgin Australia has written up protocols to manage inevitable conflicts of interest however, it is unclear if this will help solve board disagreements.Source = ETB News: Tom Neale
About MSC CruisesMSC Cruises is the world’s largest privately-owned cruise company and the number one cruise line in Europe and South America, South Africa and the Arabian Peninsula. A game-changer in the world of cruises, the Company has achieved 800% growth in its first ten years, building a global reputation in the industry and one of the youngest cruise fleets at sea. MSC Cruises is headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland.The MSC Cruises fleet comprises 17 highly innovative and elegantly designed ships, offering an unparalleled holiday experience with authentic food, award-winning entertainment, plenty of relaxation, comfortable accommodation, as well as impeccable service and expertise.Under its ambitious industry-unprecedented €10.5 billion investment plan, the fleet is set to expand to 24 mega-cruise ships by 2026. To date, MSC Cruises has designed six new ship classes, all prototypes that push the boundaries of marine architecture and design.MSC Cruises feels a deep responsibility towards the physical and human environments in which it operates. The Company operates with the greatest respect for the world’s oceans and is on an ongoing journey to further develop innovative ways of lowering the environmental impact of its cruise passages.MSC Cruises’ holiday experiences are sold across the globe through a distribution network in 67 countries. The Company employs over 17,000 people worldwide, both ashore and on board its ships. MSC Cruises is part of MSC Group which is comprised of leading transport and logistics companies.Source = MSC Cruises Countdown begins to MSC Armonia first cruise to CubaCountdown begins to MSC Armonia first cruise to CubaIn just under two months MSC Cruises, the world’s largest privately-owned cruise line and leading cruise line in Europe and South America, introduces MSC Armonia to Miami for the first time. From December 10th this year, MSC Armonia will offer unique 7-night Caribbean sailings departing from Miami and calling at Montego Bay, Jamaica; Georgetown, Cayman Islands; and Cozumel, Mexico before arriving in Havana, the Cuban capital, on Saturday and staying overnight until Sunday.MSC Cruises’ 7-night programme to Cuba will include two days in the bustling city of Havana over the weekend. And, as excitement builds for this company-first, MSC Cruises will also introduce even more distinct culinary and entertainment features on board the ship to further elevate the guest experience, including elements of the Havana experience brought on board, a brand new specialty restaurant, original theatre performances and more.MSC Armonia will join MSC Seaside and MSC Divina in Miami, further enriching our offer. MSC Cruises’ guests can expect not only a brand new attractive itinerary, but also a variety of enhancements to make the MSC Armoniaexperience that much more memorable. On board, guests will delight in fresh entertainment and new gourmet culinary choices, while ashore; an overnight stay in Havana will allow guests the full experience of this culturally vibrant city.Highlights of the Cuba cruise include the following:NEW ONBOARD CULINARY ENHANCEMENTSA new, mouth-watering specialty restaurantMSC Armonia will introduce a brand new specialty restaurant to the culinary line-up. The 38-seat “Surf & Turf” will serve a delectable menu, where guests can select an appetiser, main course and dessert from an assortment of gourmet options.For main courses, the Surf & Turf offers the best of both worlds, with a delicious filet mignon and tempting cold-water lobster tail. Additional highlights include a Lobster Thermidor, baked in shell with a mushroom cream sauce, and the 18 oz. Certified Angus Beef Bone-in Ribeye. Desserts are as varied as they are divine, with a Guava cheesecake, dressed in a warm Rum sauce, a Red Velvet Cake, and a Seven Layers Mexican Chocolate cake.Havana-inspired Mojito BarBringing the Cuban experience on board, MSC Armonia will transform one of its bars into a Havana haven, with a wide range of Mojito cocktails to choose from, whether traditional or out-of-the-box.Enhanced Pub MenuMSC Armonia’s White Lion Pub will introduce a new and complimentary menu featuring hand-helds like the befitting Cuban sandwich, a Mojo Chicken Quesadilla, an Avocado and Tuna Salad Wrap, and Spinach and Artichoke Dip to share. The pub will also continue serving a wide selection of beers, including four new additions — Heineken, Newcastle Brown Ale, Murphy’s Irish Stout, and Lagunitas IPA.New included delightsMSC Armonia will also introduce some complimentary treats with the cruise experience. MSC Cruises is already known for offering some of the best gelato at sea and now, every creamy bite comes included with the cruise, leaving guests plenty of opportunity to try every flavour on board.In the main dining room, guests will be able to enjoy lobster, at no additional cost. While dining on these elevated offerings, Aurea Experience guests will also have the option to dine al fresco, with a reserved outdoor area, featuring the open water as the backdrop.NEW ENTERTAINMENT CONCEPTSIn addition to MSC Cruises fan-favourite parties like the White Party and Silent Disco, a highlight of MSC Armonia’s entertainment offering will be the addition of local Cuban music while in port, in Cuba. Straight from the city of Havana, various musicians will join guests on board to play the best of local Cuban music during the Saturday evening of the ship’s overnight stay in Havana.MSC Armonia’s evening theatre entertainment will undergo a complete review, with an entire line-up of new performances to be introduced on board. Cruisers will marvel at a new, distinct shows each evening. The shows will include dynamic, virtual sets with the addition of a central upstage LED screen to display a variety of vistas for each show. Shows include:ABYSS: A mermaid’s spectacular adventures under the sea.THE TIME OF MY LIFE: Inspired by the famous 80s film, Dirty Dancing, the show features songs, dances and a story that still captures audiences to this day.THE ADDAMS FAMILY: The quirky family stars in this hilarious show, inspired by the satirical and ironic portrayal of the 20th century American Dream family.FRENCH FOLLIES: An all-French variety show, with artists, dancers, singers that come together for an elegant and joyful show.THE GREATEST: Featuring the best of Broadway, guests are taken through the most iconic pieces of musical theatre.ITALIAN TOUCH: True to MSC Cruises’ Mediterranean heritage, this show will feature Italian music and the most unforgettable Italian songs.MORE TIME TO EXPERIENCE HAVANAWith an overnight stay in the buzzing capital of Cuba, MSC Armonia’s guests will be able to fully enjoy all that the city has to offer day and night. Cruisers will be able to fully immerse themselves in many aspects of Cuban culture, through a variety of unique excursions to choose from. Shore excursions will explore local highlights from music, art and architecture to classic cigar rolling, rum distilling and much more. Guests can:Ride in vintage American cars, a staple of the Havana experience. On this tour, guests will tour the city in classic vehicles down the seafront Malecón boulevards and Wuinta Avenida. Guests will stop for a historic photo opportunity at Plaza de la Revolución, and then head to the famous Christopher Columbus Cemetery. As the drive continues, participants will marvel at some of the city’s key landmarks.Sip on local rum and classic Habanos cigars to learn about a key part of Cuban culture. Guests will visit a cigar factory to watch highly-skilled torcedors as they hand-roll Cuban cigars. Then, cruisers will head to the Havana Club Museum to learn about how freshly cut sugarcane is distilled into rum and then try some of the final product.Dance at Havana’s largest nightclub, the renowned Tropicana Club. Founded in 1939 in Havana’s Marianao suburb, the Tropicana Club is an iconic celebration of Cuban culture with tropical surroundings. Visitors will listen to live music and see a variety of performers in vibrant costumes, while sipping on a local cocktail and dancing the night away.Prior to these current onboard enhancements, MSC Armonia was the first ship in MSC Cruises’ $250 million Renaissance Program, where the ship was stretched in late 2014, adding a variety of new onboard features. The ship has been tailored with a wide range of amenities and services for families, including a brand new splash park for children; exquisite, varied dining offerings; outstanding, all-hours entertainment; a broad choice of relaxation and wellness options, and more – all with the European flair MSC Cruises is known for.For more information on MSC Cruises’ Cuba program, MSC Armonia and to book, contact a preferred travel agent or visit website
The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Cardinals Average Power Ranking: 24.5(down from 21.6 last week)High Ranking: #22 (NFL.com)Low Ranking: #26 (CBS Sports, Bleacher Report, USA Today) Cardinals rank: #24 (▼ 4)The Cardinals have been the season’s biggest disappointment while boasting one of the best defenses in the league. The offense should have been top-notch as well, but there’s just been no consistency. Their season is over.PFT’s Week 13 Power RankingsCardinals rank: #25 (▼ 2)They were supposed to be better. They’re worse. Much, much worse. Top Stories – / 24 NFL Power Rankings, Week 13: Dallas is clear No. 1, but there’s room for debate at No. 2Cardinals rank: #25 (–)Bruce Arians said the idea of tanking for a better draft pick would be “absolutely asinine,” even though his team can max out at 9–6–1 and likely will be an underdog at least twice more. But at some point, the line between losing on purpose and just being flat out bad becomes rather blurred anyway.NFL Power Rankings: Bucs, Dolphins making noise, Giants into the top fiveCardinals rank: #26 (–)It seems like anything that could go wrong has gone wrong this season. It’s hard to believe they have a losing record.NFL power rankings 2016, Week 13: Down go the SeahawksCardinals rank: #25 (▼ 6)If there was any doubt that the Arizona Cardinals are cooked, a 38-19 loss to the Atlanta Falcons should put those doubts to rest. And there was reason for doubt. After all, the Cardinals finished 13-3 last year and opened the 2016 season with a close loss to the Patriots followed by a beatdown of the Buccaneers.But since then, the Cardinals’ only wins have come against the hapless San Francisco 49ers (twice) and New York Jets.Chris Simms’ NFL Power Rankings Ahead of Week 13Cardinals rank: #26 (▼ 2) Arizona Sports Week 13 NFL Power Rankings: Cowboys still on topCardinals rank: #23 (▼ 5)It’s called a football. Catch it, Michael Floyd.Week 13 NFL Power Rankings: Cowboys, Raiders are Nos. 1 and 2Cardinals rank: #23 (▼ 2)Carson Palmer has already taken more sacks than he did all of last season, and he has equaled his interception total (11) from last season. The Cardinals are 1-3-1 in their past five games, and you have to wonder if the 36-year-old Palmer will be in Arizona much longer.NFL Power Rankings, Week 13: Oakland Raiders enter top threeCardinals rank: #22 (▼ 4)Wonderful to watch the first half Sunday and see Bruce Arians on the sideline coaching his squad. Although, for his sake, kind of wish he didn’t have to watch the second half. That’s when any chance of competing in Atlanta — and perhaps, competing for a wild-card spot — escaped the Cardinals’ grasp. At 4-6-1, Arizona must win out to even have a chance at that sixth spot. The Giants are 8-3, currently in line for the fifth spot. And given that the Redskins are 6-4-1 (with Kirk Cousins playing like Kurt Warner), running the table probably gives Arians’ group a 50-50 shot — at best. Arizona Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer (3) walks off the field after the Cardinals missed a two-point conversion against the Atlanta Falcons during the second of an NFL football game, Sunday, Nov. 27, 2016, in Atlanta. (AP Photo/David Goldman) Comments Share Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires How low can you go?For the Arizona Cardinals, not much lower.The Cards’ most recent loss — a 38-19 defeat at the hands of the Atlanta Falcons — dipped the team’s record to 4-6-1 on the season. Much of the postgame chatter centered around chemistry and selfishness, which doesn’t exactly instill any confidence in anything resembling a late-season turnaround.Here’s a rundown of what some prominent national outlets — and we here at ArizonaSports.com — are saying about the Cardinals: Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Want to know the surefire sign of a bad team?Just look at the trenches. If five offensive linemen can’t consistently block three or four pass-rushers, there’s a problem. I’m looking at you, Arizona.Defensive issues persist as well. Patrick Peterson gave Falcons drives new life with two interference calls. D.J. Swearinger dropped a pick, and the Falcons scored soon thereafter. And Calais Campbell (who was dominant all afternoon) let Atlanta put the frosting on the blowout cake by jumping offside on a punt.David Johnson is about the only watchable part of this team in 2016. Everything else stinks.NFL Power Rankings: Chiefs, not Raiders, will end up winning the AFC WestCardinals rank: #25 (▼ 7)Last season’s dynamic offense, when it seemed like anyone could make a play at any time, is a distant memory. It’s just David Johnson and Larry Fitzgerald this season. Nobody else has been reliable, including quarterback Carson Palmer of course.USA Today Power Rankings – Week 13Cardinals rank: #26 (–)Don’t blame David Johnson for their disastrous season. He’s gained at least 100 yards from scrimmage in all 11 of Arizona’s games.NFL Week 13 power rankings Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact
July 28, 2006 Welcome to the July 23. 2006 seminar week and workshop participants. From left: Vito Depalo [seminar week], Bradyn Smith, Matteo Depalo [seminar week], Te-su Han [seminar week], Anna Greenberg [seminar week], Hannes Garrett [seminar week], Erica Mazzucato, Karen Sanford [seminar week], Jinah Lee [seminar week], Lewis Schlitt, Soyeon Kim [seminar week], Raheel Yousaf Sadi, Sung-ho Jun [seminar week] and Rafael Bezerra. [Photo & text: sa]
Platinum was in rally mode almost from the moment that trading began at the 6 p.m. New York open on Monday evening, hitting its interim high minutes after Zurich opened. From there it got sold down until about 20 minutes before the Comex open—and then away it went to the upside once again, hitting its high tick about 10:45 a.m. EST. After that it chopped sideways into the close. Platinum finished the Tuesday session at $1,187 spot, up $12 from Monday’s close. Here’s the six-month U.S. dollar index to put this week’s movements into some sort of perspective. The silver equities put in a carbon-copy performance, except for the fact that at their high tick, they were up over 4%. The downside from there was the same, complete with the mystery not-for-profit seller between 2:20 and 3:00 p.m. EST. Nick Laird’s Intraday Silver Sentiment Index closed down 0.99%. We’ve seen many instances in the last several months where big intraday gains have all but disappeared by the close or, like yesterday, down on the day. It doesn’t look like free-market trading to me—but you’re entitled to your own opinion on that. The CME Daily Delivery Report showed that 246 gold and 2 silver contracts were posted for delivery within the COMEX-approved depositories on Friday. The big short/issuer was HSBC USA with 234 contracts—and the only long/stopper of note was JPMorgan out of its in-house (proprietary) trading account with 242 contracts. The link to yesterday’s Issuers and Stoppers Report is here. The CME Preliminary Report for the Tuesday trading session showed that December gold open interest declined by 41 contracts—and is now down to 545 contracts minus, of course, the 246 contracts due to be delivery on Friday. Silver open interest for December dropped by 4 contracts—and is now down to 31 contracts, minus the two in the previous paragraph. After a 96,000 troy ounce deposit in GLD last Friday, an authorized participant removed a very chunky 374,652 troy ounces yesterday—almost 12 metric tonnes. That’s a lot. To go along with that big withdrawal in GLD, there was even more gargantuan withdrawal from SLV. This time an authorized participant removed 5,842,153 troy ounces. There has been no price activity during the last five trading days that would warrant withdrawals of this size in either GLD or SLV. Withdrawals maybe, but nothing that would justify these amounts. I would guess that that the metal withdrawn was more desperately needed elsewhere. The good folks over at Switzerland’s Zürcher Kantonalbank updated their Web site with the changes in their gold and silver ETFs as of the close of trading on Friday, December 19—and here is what they had to report: Their gold ETF sold 39,647 troy ounces, which is a pretty decent amount for this ETF. In silver, that ETF declined by 65,418 troy ounces. There was a small sales report from the U.S. Mint yesterday. They sold 1,000 troy ounces of gold eagles—1,000 one-ounce 24k Gold Buffaloes—and another 55,000 Silver Eagles. Monday was a real yawner over at the Comex-approved depositories. In gold, only 21,379 troy ounces were reported received—all at Canada’s Scotiabank—and nothing was shipped out. In silver, nothing was reported received—and only 25,001 troy ounces were shipped out—all out of Brink’s, Inc. I have the usual number of stories for a midweek column—and I hope you have time over the next few days to read the ones that interest you. There is the matter of extraordinary sales of Silver Eagles from the U.S. Mint. Since April 2011, the U.S. Mint has produced and sold 140 million Silver Eagles, more than in any similar period of time, in a price environment that can only be termed putrid and in which sales of Gold Eagles were notably lower. I would estimate that JPMorgan purchased close to half of the 140 million Silver Eagles sold since April 2011. According to very reliable sources on the retail front, investment demand has been lower over this time, as retail buyers do not buy strongly into a declining price environment in any investment asset. Yet we know for a fact that there has been extraordinary buying of Silver Eagles, even while Gold Eagle sales cooled off notably, so someone had to be buying [them]. If there is one thing that JPMorgan is expert at, given that it commands an army of lobbyists and has more government officials in its back pocket than any other entity on the face of the earth, it is the exploitation of U.S. law and regulations. JPMorgan knew that [the] law dictated that the Mint must produce enough Silver (and Gold) Eagles to meet demand. That law was never intended to allow a single big buyer to demand the extraordinary amount of Silver Eagles that JPMorgan desired to buy, but that’s the purpose behind the exploitation of the law. The Mint sells Silver Eagles at the prevailing price of silver on the day of the sale. In essence, the Comex price of silver is the price of silver. By controlling the price of COMEX silver, JPMorgan sets the price at which it will buy Silver Eagles. It’s the perfect crime – JPMorgan sets the price of Comex silver and then demands as many coins as the Mint and its suppliers can produce, even if that means producing the coins on a 24/7 basis. Hey, that’s the law. And remember when JPMorgan increased its Comex short position in the summer, assuring that prices were about to drop and what occurred as a result? Sales of Silver Eagles nosedived temporarily and only resumed after prices were brought lower by this crooked bank. – Silver analyst Ted Butler: 20 December 2014 Not much happened yesterday in the precious metal markets—even though I was ready for any possible scenario. And as I mentioned at the top of this column, all the excellent gains [and then some] in the silver and gold equities vanished before the trading day was done, which is a scenario we’ve seen on more occasions that I care to remember during the last few months. The only six-month chart I have is the one for natural gas, as it set a new intraday low for this move down. The dollar index finished the Monday trading session at 89.79—and when it opened on Monday evening, it began to slide a bit, with the 89.65 low coming a minute or two after 9 a.m. GMT on their Tuesday morning. The rally that commenced at the point, ended at its 90.14 high a minute or so before the London p.m. gold fix. After that it chopped sideways in a very tight range—and finished the Tuesday session at 90.07—up another 28 basis points. As I type this paragraph, the London open is five minutes away. Precious metal prices are doing precisely nothing. Gold volume isn’t quite 10,000 contracts as of yet—and silver’s volume is barely at 2,000 contracts. The dollar index is down 10 basis points. Absolutely nothing to see here. And as I send this out the door at 5:11 a.m. EST, I see that not much has changed since I reported a couple of hours ago. Volumes are a bit higher, but inconsequential—and the dollar index is now down 18 basis points and back below the 90.00 mark. I’m not expecting much to happen between now and the weekend, as most traders will be on holidays—and I expect New York to close early today. Before stepping out the door myself, I thought I’d leave you with this very traditional 16th century English Christmas carol. Here’s the Lithuanian male vocal group “Quorum” singing the ” Coventry Carol” a cappella style, which is the way it was originally performed. The link is here—and you’ll never hear a better recording of it than this. Enjoy! Season’s Greetings—and have a wonderful Christmas. I’ll see you on Saturday—and Friday maybe. Palladium didn’t do much, chopping higher in a five dollar range—and closed at $812—up $3 on the day. Except for a dime’s worth of up/down action in the early going in Far East trading on their Tuesday morning, the silver price didn’t do a lot until 1 p.m. in London. At that point there was a vicious 2% down/up move that got hammered flat almost immediately—and just minutes before the Comex open. After that, the price didn’t do a lot, but did rally into positive territory in the last 30 minutes of trading before the 5:15 p.m. EST close of electronic trading. The low and high ticks were reported as $15.895 and $15.56 in the March contract. Silver finished the Tuesday session at $15.79 spot, up 11 cents from Monday’s close. Season’s Greetings—and have a wonderful Christmas The gold price started out the Tuesday session the same as it did on Monday, with the high tick coming just before the London open—and then drifted lower. There was no surprise in New York trading yesterday—and the low tick came at 3:15 p.m. EST. from there it rallied about $5 into the close. The high and low ticks are barely worth the effort to look, but the CME recorded them as $1,184.90 and $1,172.40 in the February contract. Gold closed in New York yesterday at $1,176.90 spot, up a whole 20 cents from Monday. Volume, net of December and January was 111,000 contracts. The gold stocks opened unchanged—and then rallied strongly, hitting their highs around 12:20 p.m. EST—and up over 3%. 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The killings set off a multistate investigation during which police attempted to find connections and understand why Thursday ended in tragedy.