Craig Alexander, chief economist for TD Economics, warned Thursday that consumers could see the Canadian dollar slide as low as 85 cents US by mid year a level it hasn’t closed below since May 2009 if the current environment continues. Federal Reserve, will continue to drag down the loonie. Greenback and Bank of Canada governor Stephen Poloz’s perceived stance on a weakened loonie have led the currency’s fall to a four year low..
The United States has never produced that kind of world class talent, but a 19 year old from Hershey, Pennsylvania, is poised to change that. National Team, he may just be the best American to ever play the game. This week, Pulisic will play with Team USA as it tries to qualify for the World Cup.
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“The state of Indiana is a place with deep roots in the basketball community, making it our privilege and honor to host the NCAA Men’s Basketball Final Four for the ninth time,” said Ryan Vaughn, Indiana Sports Corp President. “March Madness is one of the most distinguished events in collegiate athletics and we will work tirelessly to ensure that the 2026 Final Four captivates fans from across the country. We at Indiana Sports Corp are delighted that the city of Indianapolis has been awarded this opportunity and would like to thank the NCAA Men’s Basketball Selection Committee for trusting us with their event.”.
Commissioners indicated that the deal for the purchase of the 150 by 300 foot site in the Courthouse block will be closed in the next few days The site is being bought with donated by Downtown property owners and 51 acres of city owned land in the Northeast. Heights. The City Commission chair man said the only portion of Ferdinand Gagner Dies at His Home Ferdinand A.
Robinson, special to CNN(CNN) On day five after the shooting death of unarmed black teen Michael Brown at the hands of police, I was on the phone with a white Christian and fellow preacher concerning the racial cauldron that has become Ferguson, Missouri.During our conversation, he spent more time decrying rioting and calling for calm and prayer than lamenting the modern day lynching by law enforcement of innocent black bodies that are piling up across the nation.But most frustrating was his solution to the racial powder keg that has produced the Fergusons across the nation: a call for more racially diverse churches.I get tired of that one. His unrelenting insistence reminded me in the most stark terms of James Baldwin’s prophetic quip: “Racial progress in America is measured by how fast I become white.”Simplyhaving diverse congregations without addressing the weightier matters of social justice and structural racism is notbetter church practice. It is possibly subterfuge.During Princeton Theological Seminary’s 2014 Black Theology and Leadership Institute, of which I was a fellow, Dr.