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Oncology Conferences 2019 Create Cancer Awareness
SINGAPORE and LONDON (PRWEB) October 26, 2018
Cancer is the second foremost cause of death world over. It is essential to remember that nearly 200 different types of cancers exist, and each one of them requires a specific treatment strategy. Due to the complex nature of the disease, cancer research has grabbed the attention of scientists and researchers. However, due to the recent advancements in cancer research and the rise in general awareness levels, the cancer related death rates have been on the decline.
The Cancer Diagnostics and Pharmaceutical market has accelerated globally in the past few years, displaying a continuous growth every year and it is estimated to reach USD 13.1 billion by the year 2020.
Conferences, meetings, and scientific events have proven to be excellent platforms for sharing knowledge as they bring together researchers from across the globe. Oncology Conferences and cancer Meetings serve as an international dais for shedding light on various aspects of cancer such as: the underlying molecular pathways, screening, detection, diagnosis, prevention, management, and treatment. These conferences also serve as networking hubs with special initiatives like Young Researcher Forum, Best Presenter Competitions, Workshops on Trending Topics, Live Streaming, Business-to-Business (B2B) and Scientific Meetings.
The Oncology and Cancer Conferences of the Conference Series Ltd, are held across Europe, USA, Middle East, and Asia Pacific regions. More than 10,000 cancer researchers, oncologists, academicians, scientists, industrial professionals, and students from different countries participate in these conferences, every year.
The Oncology and Cancer Conference website attracts 25000+ unique visitors globally, majority of them are from USA, UK, Japan, Australia, Canada, Germany, Italy, and France, and has a web traffic of 18 lakh+ online visits which includes all our Cancer associated websites. Speakers of these Oncology and Cancer conferences are entitled with their individual speaker and abstract pages. It provides online visibility to the overall research profile of the speakers along with their research articles submitted towards these conferences. Online visibility of these profiles are further enhanced by robust digital media promotion through Google, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Blog, etc.
Dr. Srinunbabu Gedela, CEO, Pulsus and Omics International discussed the importance of Onclogy in the current scenario, and said that the conference series is going to host many oncology conferences in the future.
Conference Series Ltd has now gone digital, with its new platform of online conferences. In this format, participants are provided with credentials, using which they can log-on to any conference from the comfort of their home/place-of-work. This virtual conferencing strategy ensures that no one is deprived of the opportunity to participate in the conference either due to time, cost, or lifestyle constraints. The initiative also encapsulates the E-Poster forum which allows interested participants to showcase their research work digitally. Reported by PRWeb 1 hour ago.
The launch of the HomePod in Spain and Mexico on Friday has opened up speculation of the smart speaker's release in other countries, including an announcement about a rollout in Italy that could be revealed during the company's Oct. 30 event.
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"Following a strong US GDP print, the US data focus in the week ahead shifts to the October jobs report," ING analysts note and add: "Our economists expect a strong employment rebound after a weather-depressed September reading caused by Hurricane Florence - and they had even hoped for an even stronger outcome than our 200,000 forecast for payrolls, but note that Hurricane Michael hit Florida the week of October payrolls data collection."
"In terms of wages, we think the annual rate will move up to 3.2%, which would make the fastest rate of pay growth since April 2009, while the unemployment rate could drop to the lowest since December 1969. While markets are broadly expecting this - any strong US inflationary signs could give US Treasury yields another boost and see global risky assets take a hit. The USD would likely remain bid in this scenario."
"We expect the EUR to stay under pressure as we struggle to see the Italian government backing down on the budget impasse (despite all of Mario Draghi's best efforts to inject a bit of calm into the situation). Italy’s position seems unmoved with both deputy prime ministers Salvini and Di Maio stressing their reluctance to change the current budget draft. While forward-looking indicators have been more tepid, the only potential support for the EUR could come from stronger GDP and inflation data in the week ahead."
"At the time of writing, we haven’t seen yet the key decision by S&P on the Italian debt rating outlook - so we can expect some reaction to this when markets open on Monday. Our Rates team say that if S&P mimics Moody’s decision from last week and delivers a rating downgrade spreads could struggle to fall (much) below 300bp – and in fact widen substantially. If, however, S&P just switches the outlook to ‘negative’ – which we definitely don’t rule out – the 10Y BTP-Bund spread could fall back to 250bp, especially if Rome and Brussels try to find some sort of compromise. The latter benign scenario could see a partial relief rally in the EUR – although upside may be limited to around 1.15 as there's still a long way to go before the Italian budget deadlock is resolved." Reported by FXstreet.com 17 minutes ago.
NEW YORK (AP) — The latest on developments in financial markets (all times local): 9:35 a.m. U.S. stocks are climbing at the start of trading following big gains for European indexes. Open-source software maker Red Hat rocketed 48.5 percent Monday after IBM agreed to buy it for $34 billion in stock. IBM fell 4.1 percent. Stocks have repeatedly changed direction over the last few days. The S&P 500 index is down 7.5 percent this month after a rocky few weeks. Italy's FTSE MIB soared 2.4 percent after Standard & Poor's decided not to downgrade the company's credit rating. The S&P 500 index gained 35 points, or 1.4 percent to 2,695. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 253 points, or 1 percent, to 24,941.
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Six Nations Grand Slam champions Ireland will have an all new half-back partnership for the Test with Italy in Chicago.
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Napoli will negotiate with Liverpool for Lorenzo Insigne if their £90million valuation is met, according to reports in Italy. Insigne, 27, has been in stunning form for Napoli this term bagging eight goals in 12 appearances, including notching the winner against the Reds in their Champions League meeting earlier this month. The Italian giants are […]
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· *EUR/JPY has recovered from the lowest levels since late August as benchmark indexes on Wall Street battle their way back from out of oversold conditions.*
· *USD/JPY takes back the 112 handle and trades within familiar ranges.*
· *Yen shorts drop back dropped back for a second consecutive week.*
EUR/JPY has been strong at the start of the week despite German Chancellor Merkel's governing coalition party has losing significant support in the wealthy state of Hesse, home to the financial centre of Frankfurt. Both the CDU party and SPD were -10% on the previous election in the Hesse state. "Germans are calling this a 'schicksalswahl', or vote of destiny. It may yet seal the fate of this country's government - and perhaps even its leader," The BBC reported - (The CDU polled just 28% of the vote. That was down from 38.3% in 2013. The SPD won 20% down from 30.7% in 2013. The Greens came in a close third at 19.5%).
However, the cross tends to track the performance of the equities and Wall Sreet has taken its cues from Europe's recovery on easing concerns over the impact of the Italian budget crisis amid falling Italian T-bond yields and a narrowing spread with German government bond yields. The DJIA is +0.93%, NASDAQ 0.79% and S&P 500 1.23% in the green at the time of writing.
As far as positioning, the IMM Net Speculators’ Positioning as at October 23, 2018 has the net JPY short positions falling back for a second consecutive week having reached their highest level since January earlier in the month. "The movements in the JPY tend to reflect broad levels of risk aversion, so the move is consistent with a poorer tone in risky assets," analysts at Rabobank noted, adding that short EUR positions increased for a fourth week and are at their greatest level since March 2017. "Sour politics in both Italy and Germany have likely been feeding the negative mood for the euro with a slightly less hawkish takeaway from the October ECB meeting also impacting the spot market last week."
While the pair is performing on the bid, the overall picture remains bearish until bulls can get back to 130.20 22nd Oct high, otherwise, the 78.6% retracement at 126.66 is back into the picture on a continuation of the broader bearish channel. "126.66/64 is the last defence for the 124.91/62 May and August low. This guards the 124.08 December 2016 high and 122.40 June 2017 low," analysts at Commerzbank wrote. However, on a continuation towards channel resistance, bulls can target 133.13/48, the highs since April. "Above 133.48 lies the 134.27 1979-2018 downtrend line. Still further up sit the 137.51 2018 high and the 137.87 2008-2018 resistance line." Reported by FXstreet.com 3 hours ago.
FT LAUDERDALE, Fla., Oct. 29, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- *The Movie Studio, Inc. (OTC PINK: MVES)* proudly announces that it will be exhibiting at the 2018 American Film Market in association with Cinema Arts Entertainment. The Company intends to present and solicit release of The Movie Studio's catalog of feature films for worldwide distribution and licensing.*The Movie Studio* will be occupying Premier Suite 832# at The American Film Market with Cinema Arts/Artedis and will meet with domestic and international film distributors, buyers and sellers. The Movie Studio intends to secure additional distribution agreements, licensing of current motion picture titles, pre-sales and negative pick-up arrangements as well as the acquisition of additional film libraries and assets for its launch of the Company’s Video on Demand (VOD) and Over the Top (OTT) digital media distribution platform.
More information about The Movie Studio is available at https://themoviestudio.com/
*About The American Film Market*
The American Film Market is the world’s largest motion picture business event. Over 7,000 industry leaders converge in Santa Monica, California for eight days of deal-making, screenings, conferences, networking and parties. Participants come from more than 80 countries and include acquisition and development executives, agents, attorneys, directors, distributors, festival directors, financiers, film commissioners, producers, writers, the world’s press and all those who provide services to the motion picture industry.
Unlike a film festival, the AFM is a marketplace with over 200,000 square feet of exhibition and office space where production and distribution deals are closed. More than US$1 billion in deals will be sealed on both completed films and those in every stage of development and production (negative pick-up).
Participants may view more than 500 screenings of 300+ films, the majority world or U.S. premieres. Titles range from big budget blockbusters that will be released by the major studios to lower budget art and genre films recognized at international film festivals.
With 7,000 attendees, 500 screenings, 400 exhibiting distributors, and the industry’s largest Conference series, AFM is the pivotal destination for independent filmmakers and business people from all over the world.
Past notable exhibitors and attendees include representatives from major film studios, television, and distribution companies such as:
· Comcast Corporation (Cable – XFINITY; NBC Universal – NBC, Telemundo, Universal Pictures, Universal Parks, Television Production and Television Stations)
· Twenty-First Century Fox, Inc. (Twentieth Century Fox Film, Twentieth Century Fox Television, FOX, Fox News Channel, Fox Sports, National Geographic Channels and STAR)
· Viacom Inc. (Paramount Pictures, CMT, Comedy Central, MTV, Nickelodeon, Nick at Nite, SPIKE, TV Land and VH1)
· Walt Disney Company (Disney, ABC, ESPN, Pixar, Marvel, Lucasfilm)
· Lions Gate Entertainment Corporation and (The Hunger Games, Twilight, Divergent, Mad Men, Weeds, Nashville and Orange is the New Black)
· Netflix, Inc. (Internet television network)
· Amazon.com, Inc (Consumer goods and Internet television network)
More information about The American Film Market is available at: https://americanfilmmarket.com/
*The Movie Studio’s Prior Participation*
The Movie Studio, Inc. is currently involved with substantial feature film projects, music videos, television shows and other intellectual properties. In recent years The Movie Studio’s participation at the AFM, Cannes, NAPTE and other film markets and festivals has cumulated in multiple domestic, international, and Video on Demand (VOD) distribution, licensing, pre-sales and negative pick-up agreements.
07/12/2018 - The Movie Studio Inc. Latest Release “Dancing on the Edge” Scheduled for Release on Amazon Prime and Completes Initial Content Ingestion With Vu-Me App
11/08/2017 - The Movie Studio Inc. Produced “Bad Actress” the Movie Comedy Starring EXCELINA, Michael Gibb and Lillie Nichole McCloud Releases On Amazon Prime
10/17/2017 - The Movie Studio, Inc. (OTC:MVES) Releases Original Film Suspense Thriller “EXPOSURE” Starring Corey Feldman on Amazon Prime Prior to Halloween
06/12/2017 - The Movie Studio, Inc. (OTC PINK: MVES) Announces Agreement To Distribute Film “EXPOSURE” To The Territory Of France
06/07/2017 - New Film “BAD ACTRESS” To Be Distributed To The Territory Of Italy by The Movie Studio, Inc. (OTC PINK: MVES)
06/05/2017 - The Movie Studio, Inc. (OTC PINK: MVES) To Distribute New Film “BAD ACTRESS” To The Territory Of France
03/30/2017 - The Movie Studio (OTC PINK: MVES) to Release 12 Films to India, the Middle East and Neighboring Territories
02/06/2017 - The Movie Studio, Inc. executes United States and Canadian distribution agreement with All Channel Films
“We are excited our produced and distributed motion picture content is now available in both domestic and international markets, as well as via various Video-on-Demand services. This continues to validate our business model of an independent vertically integrated production and distribution company. Going forward, we intend to disrupt conventional distribution ideologies with a geo-fractured worldwide server based for our owned and licensed content. We are confident that the relationships the Company has nurtured throughout the independent film sector will continue to grow our universal independent content-based platform allowing other producers to aggregate their content under our public company vehicle. This revolutionary model is proving to providing both transparency and big data analytics to all parties.” - Gordon Scott Venters President and CEO announced today.
About The Movie Studio Inc.
The Movie Studio, Inc. is a digitally disruptive vertically integrated motion picture production and distribution Company focused on the independent motion picture sector with completed motion picture and production assets. The Company acquires, develops, manufactures, and distributes independent motion picture content for worldwide consumption in Theatrical, Video on Demand (VOD), Foreign Sales and on various media devices. For more information, visit https://themoviestudio.com/.
The Movie Studio, Inc.
Gordon Scott Venters, President and CEO
Forward Looking Statements and Disclaimer
Statements made in this press release that express the Company or management’s intentions, plans, beliefs, expectations or predictions of future events, are forward-looking statements. The words “believe,” “expect,” “intend,” “estimate,” “anticipate,” “will” and similar expressions are intended to further identify such forward-looking statements, although not all forward-looking statements contain these identifying words. Those statements are based on many assumptions and are subject to many known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors that could cause the Company’s actual activities, results or performance to differ materially from those anticipated or projected in such forward-looking statements. The Company cannot guarantee future financial results; levels of activity, performance or achievements and investors should not place undue reliance on the Company’s forward-looking statements. No information contained in this press release should be construed as any indication whatsoever of the Company’s future financial performance, future revenues or its future stock price. The forward-looking statements contained herein represent the judgment of the Company as of the date of this press release, and the Company expressly disclaims any intent, obligation or undertaking to update or revise such forward-looking statements to reflect any change in the Company’s expectations with regard thereto or any change in events, conditions or circumstances on which any such statements are based. No information in this press release should be construed as any indication whatsoever of the Company’s future revenues or results of operations. Reported by GlobeNewswire 3 hours ago.
A recovery in technology stocks following IBM Corp's $34 billion deal to buy Red Hat Inc and Standard & Poor's decision to leave Italy's ratings level unchanged helped global stocks rebound on Monday after choppy sessions last week.
Reported by Reuters India 3 hours ago.
U.S. stocks gained on Monday, helped by relief over Italy maintaining its debt rating, as equities clawed back from a sharp sell off last week.
Reported by Reuters 3 hours ago.
TURIN, Italy (AP) — Juventus midfielder Emre Can has undergone successful surgery to have a thyroid nodule removed.The lump was discovered after his return from international duty with Germany. Juventus says Can underwent surgery...
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Confusion reigns over stipend for ‘victims of political and racial discrimination’ after report said it was being slashed. But Finance Ministry says it will only take ‘excess’ money from the fund
Reported by Haaretz 3 hours ago.
Analysts at Nomura argued that the risks to the Italian economy are many.
· "weaker external demand, political uncertainty and protracted fears derived from the US-China trade issue."
· "Financial conditions are starting to tighten – as shown by the Bank of Italy’s BLS – and banks are facing shrinking margins."
· "If this situation persists, adverse financial conditions could reverse any economic stimulus from a loose fiscal policy that the government wants to implement."
· "Italy’s balance of risks is tilted to the downside and keeping this in mind we will closely monitor this week’s data releases." Reported by FXstreet.com 3 hours ago.
Global stocks pared their gains Monday as investors remained cautious despite IBM's $34 billion deal to purchase Red Hat Inc and Standard & Poor's decision to keep Italy's credit rating unchanged.
Reported by Reuters 2 hours ago.
Four people died in three separate accidents in central and southern Italy on Monday as gale-force winds brought trees crashing down onto roads, rescue services said.
Reported by Reuters 2 hours ago.
Italian Deputy Prime Minister Luigi Di Maio called on Monday for unity within his 5-Star Movement after the anti-establishment party was forced to renege on an electoral pledge to halt a major, international gas transport project.
Reported by Reuters India 1 hour ago.
According to reports in Italy, Juventus are interested in the possibility of signing Adrien Rabiot from Paris Saint-Germain. The midfielder was left out of the starting XI for the game against Marseille at the weekend, and he’s set to be out of contract next summer with many top clubs around Europe being interested in acquiring […]
The post Juventus target Rabiot appeared first on Soccer News. Reported by SoccerNews.com 2 hours ago.
· *EUR/GBP has been grinding higher through the pivot and supported by the 10 and 21-hr SMAs on pullbacks.*
· *Bulls target a break of the 50-D SMA while price accumulates demand through daily trendline resistance.*
· *Brexit angst knocks the wind out of sterling that is extending its bear channel decline below the 1.28 handle vs the greenback.*
EUR/GBP, that is currently trading at 0.8891 from a low of 0.8868 that has reached a high of 0.8900 so far, has been helped along by an improved session for European bourses but capped by EUR/JPY and EUR/USD meeting a blockade as Wall Street bulls find the path of least resistance may not be higher after all. The day started out well but there has been a lunchtime sell-off that puts the NASDAQ back in the red and tempers the gains in the DJIA and S&P 500 that have shaved off around 50% of the morning's rally.
*EUR/GBP capped on market cross flows/volatility and political angst*
· *UK's Hammond: Deal dividend from Brexit to allow further funding for 2019 spending review*
The greenback has also started off on the front foot this week with a slight bid in Asia that followed through in European and North America so far and sterling struggles. Cable has fallen from 1.2850 session highs to below the handle which made for a spike in EUR/GBP towards R1 located at 0.8903. However, the upside may be limited in the cross considering the European political environment was just soured some more from the weekend news that Merkel will not stand for reelection as CDU head following a blow when her coalition party lost significant support in the wealthy state of Hesse, home to the financial centre of Frankfurt. Both the CDU party and SPD were -10% on the previous election in the Hesse state. (The CDU polled just 28% of the vote. That was down from 38.3% in 2013. The SPD won 20% down from 30.7% in 2013. The Greens came in a close third at 19.5%). Such political uncertainty is not good news for the euro which already has enough on its plate with Italy and Greece - risks that Draghi recently addressed in the latest ECB press conference.
The pound is also taking its cues from politics and the sentiment for a no deal Brexit is on the rise. Should there be a no deal second referendum, this could result in the UK remaining in the EU after March 29th. A People's Vote at the end of the Brexit negotiations is becoming more and more likely and there could be a push for an extension of Article 50 resulting in the UK fully remaining in the EU after March 29. Even UK Chancellor of the Exchequer Phillip Hammond who has delivered the UK budget has put out the idea of a spring statement becoming a “full fiscal event” if needed - in other words, which could be an emergency budget if there is no deal.
EUR/GBP has been up to test the 55-day ma at .8901. "We will wait to see if this fledgeling break higher is sustained and wait to see if the market CLOSES above this key resistance," analysts at Commerzbank said. "The 0.8723 Fibo retracement guards the 8700/.8697 June low. Failure at 0.8697 would target the 0.8620 2018 low. Above 0.9011/31 sits the 0.9101 August high. Above there would target the .9161 Fibonacci resistance and then the 0.9291 2009-2018 downtrend line." Reported by FXstreet.com 2 hours ago.
Reported by RIA Nov. 1 hour ago.
According to analysts from Danske Bank, a EUR/USD appreciation on the medium to long-term is on the agenda, driven by an European Central Bank initiating its cycle, euro-zone capital outflows fading and a strong valuation.
“The US economy has recently proved that it is still going strong. While we still look for some loss of momentum into 2019, fiscal tailwinds remain. Meanwhile euro-zone data has come out a tad on the weaker side lately, putting the outlook for a shift in favour of a higher EUR/USD on hold. The Fed delivered the widely expected 25bp hike in September and will most likely deliver another in December. The outlook for relative rates is thus still tilted in favour of a lower EUR/USD near term.”
“The US-led trade war will linger as a USD driver ahead of the US midterm elections. We also note the small but non-negligible risk that the Trump administration could opt for intervention to weaken USD as a ‘quick fix’ to the current-account deficit and/or in case of a faltering growth outlook.”
“The strong US economy will keep the Fed in the hiking game for now and add to the carry support to USD – not withstanding recent Trump calls for slowing the pace of tightening. Coupled with the risk of setbacks on Italy and Brexit negotiations*, this should leave EUR/USD in a range around 1.15 on a 3M horizon. Medium term, the euro capital outflows of recent years will fade as the first ECB hike draws closer. Alongside valuation, this is set to support EUR/USD in 6-12M. We see EUR/USD at 1.15 in 1M, 1.15 in 3M, 1.18in 6M, and 1.25 in 12M.”* Reported by FXstreet.com 1 hour ago.