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Fall To 15-year Lows Find us on: Tsvetana is a writer for the U. Both forecasts missed by miles. Related: Oil Rises On Weaker Dollar, Stronger U. Six months later, with oil trading 20-ish-dollars below the Raymond James forecast, Molchanov continues to be bullish on oil after the OPEC deal to curtail output. On the opposing side is Shawn Driscoll, portfolio manager at the T. Rowe Price New Era fund, who told Barrons. The market is likely to move into deficit in the first half next year by an estimated 600,000 bpd, said the International Energy Agency (IEA), as long as OPEC and non-OPEC producers manage to (and are willing to) stick to promised cuts.
In its latest Short-Term Energy Outlook from December 6, the U. BofA Merrill Lynch also factors in a rebound of the U. As always, the game of predicting oil prices will have its winners and losers next year, too. But 2017 has some major wildcards for oil prices in store, including, but not limited to: Would OPEC stick to promised cuts.
Would those cuts rebalance the market at some point next year. Even if they start the year with sticking to cuts, would some OPEC and non-OPEC producers start cheating and renege on pledges once they see more revenues at higher oil prices and be tempted to get more revenue. How would this affect global supply and oil prices. How would OPEC react to the U. Next PostOilfield Services To See Spending Surge In 2017 Tsvetana is a writer for the U.
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Phil Currie on December 23 2016 said: Craig Ferrell is correct.Wind makes passing the ball so much harder and therefore sends points totals lower, whereas snow actually slows down defensive players as much as offensive ones and sometimes markets overreact. People see snow and bet the under to a point where the line sometimes moves far enough that taking a contrarian view can be the right long term play. Neil Channing: I like quirky angles like betting against teams that have been involved in big games, or those that have gone into overtime or if they have played Thursday and then need to play again on the Monday.
I also like to oppose teams after big breaks. By the same token the game before teams travel to London seems to have a psychological impact and I love to look at all those more subtle factors. One interesting one is to bet against teams who play at home at Thanksgiving. It sounds counterintuitive, but those on the road are away from family and can just focus on the game.
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On the same day as England's cricketers take on South Africa in the fourth Test match of the summer, Nottingham Forest will take on Millwall and Sunderland will face Derby County. The early start is designed to give players enough time to recover before the World Cup finals next summer.
But at the moment the main concern for players and fans in the Championship is the race for the Premier League. For the second season running the clear favourite for the title is a newly-relegated team from the North East. Boro are 3-1 for automatic promotion and the signs are promising. They have "a squad that will surely challenge for automatic promotion". So who can challenge them. But they are still 3-1 for automatic promotion. Fulham are 9-2 to finish in the top two and 11-4 to be promoted.
But they need to find some firepower. They have the tools to go up, says Fisher of the Guardian, "but must keep their manager, Slavisa Jokanovic, who has made worrying noises over the transfer policy, saying his list of summer targets has been ignored".
Sheffield Wednesday, who have qualified for the play-offs for the past two seasons, and Norwich are also tipped for a promotion push. They are both available at 10-3 to go up.A very low price Kindle or bundle with Amazon Prime will be a huge win for the platform. I did notice the other day that an Amazon Prime subscription beats a CostCo membership hands down. Once you get me from visiting a box store (great. This is as weird as it gets. Unless Amazon wants to piggy back on the logistics chain it has already set up.
Amazon will probably give Kindles away to encourage people to buy eBooks. It would be a great marketing strategy. Yes, this is something that is firmly of the LAST century. It should be obvious by this point that gadgets are not the value proposition for consumers.
Not so slowly but surely, the cows are being led down the chute to paying for the content they consume. What is interesting are the implications for geek technology cultures which previously signified first adopters and heralded either success or failure of a service or product.
Amazon and iStores fit in well with that. Especially when you compare this with iTunes. There is such an allure to those Apple products, at least so far as I can tell, that Amazon needs to make purchasing a Kindle a simple, almost compulsive act. Especially when you buy that iProduct used!!. This seems to be an almost unnecessary argument for eReaders. The ability to carry a very large library makes sense there. With a book, however, I can rarely see the need to carry more than one or two (assuming you might be finishing the current book shortly).
I think the killer app in this regard is actually textbooks and reference books. Large, heavy textbooks at that. Not only do they have the advantage in storing large collections, but search, annotation and other features are far more useful and necessary in this area than they are to the casual reader. Academic journals will still need to be read and utilized on computers, but the additional ability to access them on an eReader would certainly be a boon in many fields.
The only flaw is that this would require devices capable of color and with a good ability to display graphics. I also suspect that it would only come to a suitably open platform, not one as locked-down as the Kindle with only one provider.
Considering many textbooks are currently the price of a Kindle it should be trivial to find a way to encourage their acceptance heavily. Partnering with schools and offering a method to automatically find and buy all of your books for a semester would help greatly with keeping students with it through convenience. Why bother tracking down all the books you need, ordering them in advance (either online or reserving them with the campus bookstore) when you can get everything within minutes with a single click and not even having to think about it.
With paper books, depending on how long I will be gone for, that means carrying as many as five books at a time. I used to think text books were going to be the killer use, but have changed my mind about that, at least in the current state of the Kindle. Know roughly where something is in a book, but not the exact page number. More like press Menu, select Go To, enter a location number, glance at the page, guess another location number and repeat the process.The winner of that race followed up at Punchestown, so the form is strong, and Barry Geraghty was jocked up to ride on Thursday.
My final selection at Sandown is BRAIN POWER in the Henry VIII Novices' Chase (1. All the races and commentary at Aintree will be showed at Sandown and vice versa, while all 14 races will appear in the racecard at both courses. These views are not necessarily shared by City A. He was about to collect that day before stumbling badly at the last and coming down. He enjoys attacking his fences and if the others leave him to it, he could just slip the field.
Enough said, he should go close. Plenty of action to get stuck into. POINTERS - SATURDAY Brain Power 1. Holders Germany should go far in the tournament after a flawless qualifying campaign as they seek to retain their title and have been drawn in Group F alongside Sweden, Mexico and Korea Republic.
Joachim Low's side won all 10 games in qualifying, scoring 43 goals along the way, and will be aiming for another successful summer, having lifted the FIFA 2017 Confederations Cup in July. Brazil were also impressive in qualifying, comfortably topping the CONMEBOL standings, and will be favourites to progress in Group E alongside Switzerland, Costa Rica and Serbia.
Neymar will be the star of the show for the Selecao, but Tite's side possess plenty of other attacking options such as Gabriel Jesus, Willian, Roberto Firmino and Philippe Coutinho. France also have plenty of strength in depth and should go far.
Les Bleus won the trophy in 1998 and were runners-up in 2006. They will face Peru, Denmark and Australia in Group C in Russia. There is no obvious "Group of Death," although Portugal and Spain have again been drawn together in Group B along with Iran and Morocco. Spain will be out to regain the title they won in 2010 and have a strong squad with a nice mix of youth and experience from David De Gea in goal, through to Andres Iniesta in midfield and Alvaro Morata up front.
Julen Lopetegui's side are priced at 15-2, and Cristiano Ronaldo's European champions Portugal are 20-1. Argentina made hard work of qualifying, but with Lionel Messi in the ranks, anything is possible. They are available at 8-1 and will face Iceland, Croatia and Nigeria in Group D. Hosts Russia qualified automatically and may suffer due to a lack of competitive football in the run-up to the tournament. Home advantage should help, but they are unlikely to pick up a maiden title, and that is reflected in their price of 40-1.
Elsewhere, England are available at 18-1, Belgium are 12-1 and Saudi Arabia and Panama are rank outsiders at 1,000-1. A tipster is someone who regularly provides information (tip) on the likely outcomes of sporting events. In the past tips were bartered for and traded but nowadays, thanks largely to the Internet and premium rate telephone lines, they are usually exchanged for money, and many tipsters operate websites.
Some of them are free and some require subscription. A tip in gambling is a bet suggested by a third party who is perceived to be more knowledgeable about that subject than the bookmaker who sets the initial prices. The Tipster must overcome the profit margin integrated into sports betting odds by bookmakers trading teams and then also obtain an additional edge to deliver profit over the long term.
However, many tipping services are scam operations that play on the Behavioral addiction of betting. Tipsters are often insiders of a particular sport able to provide bettors with information not publicly available.
There are other tipsters who provide equally respectable results through analysis of commonly accessible information. Some tipsters use statistical based estimations about the outcome of a game, and compare this estimation with the bookmaker's odds. If there is a gap between the estimate odds and the bookmakers odds, the tipster is said to identify "value", and a person who bets on such odds when they perceive not a certainty but a "gap in the book" is said to be a "value bettor".
When value is found, the tipster is recommending the bettor to place a bet. A tip that is considered to be a racing certainty, that is, almost completely certain to be true, is also called a nap and tipsters in newspapers will tend to indicate the "nap". Tipping is mostly associated with horse racing but can apply to any sport that has odds offered on it.
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Redmond is an idiot, Austin is borderline useless, Van Dijk is prolly the best CB in the league. I think that an X is the most realistic scenario. Everton have been a bit unlucky, at times they can play great attacking football. Barca should have lost against Sociedad(fucking cheaters). Both are not in their best form. I think an X is most likely. Follow This forum is closedno new threads or posts can be created. Follow Follow Follow Follow Follow Follow This forum is closedno new threads or posts can be created.
Watch out for Adama Traore though. Create an account to post a reply. Integrate the suggestion into the annotation, keeping the contributor guidelines in mind. Leicester's dynamic duo of Vardy and Mahrez are back on form with the latter grabbing his fair share of goals again.
We know what he's capable of. Worse off at the weights with Corinthia Knight but two lengths better off at the Breeders' Cup and has the stronger form. David Moyes' side did really well at the Etihad but ultimately came away with nothing. But weirdly, this team doesn't seem to handle encouraging signs very well. Two teams who have adjusted well to the top flight but the next few weeks will be crucial. They both rank in the bottom 3 for total shots taken and shots on target.
Swansea are the worst side in the division illustrated by a chronic lack of goals since Sigurddson and Llorente departed. Sat close to a strong pace at Wolverhampton last time and got picked off but might not get caught at his favourite venue. Arsenal's 2nd string will get another run out on Thursday. Their last 2 Europa games have ended in a 0-0 home draw and a 1-0 loss in Cologne.
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Steady early pace didn't suit two starts back but will be a danger if getting a more solid gallop. Basel won the reverse fixture 5-0 and will progress with a win over pointless Benfica. Has a good strike-rate at this level and second from poor draw last time over course and distance. The champions elect have only sneaked victory in each of their last 3 games against Feyenoord, Huddersfield and Southampton.
West Ham's mission is to avoid embarrassment. The Cherries have improved greatly over the last 2 months and we shouldn't rule them out because of one bad day at the office. Track record under today's conditions is 211824 and is running well enough of late to suggest she can take a hand.