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1. Stock Market: What Makes Us Tick 1952 New York Stock Exchange 12min

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Stock Market: What Makes Us Tick 1952 New York Stock Exchange 12min

more at \r\rCartoon promoting the stock market as the engine of Americas prosperity.\r\rNEW VERSION with improved video & sound: \r\rPublic domain film from the Library of Congress Prelinger Archive, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and mild video noise reduction applied.\rThe soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise reduction, clipping reduction, and equalization.\r\r\r\r.The purpose of a stock exchange is to facilitate the exchange of securities between buyers and sellers, thus providing a marketplace (virtual or real). The exchanges provide real-time trading information on the listed securities, facilitating price discovery.\r\rThe New York Stock Exchange is a physical exchange, also referred to as a listed exchange -- only stocks listed with the exchange may be traded. Orders enter by way of exchange members and flow down to a floor broker, who goes to the floor trading post specialist for that stock to trade the order. The specialists job is to match buy and sell orders using open outcry. If a spread exists, no trade immediately takes place—in this case the specialist should use his/her own resources (money or stock) to close the difference after his/her judged time. Once a trade has been made the details are reported on the tape and sent back to the brokerage firm, which then notifies the investor who placed the order. Although there is a significant amount of human contact in this process, computers play an important role, especially for so-called program trading.\r\rThe NASDAQ is a virtual listed exchange, where all of the trading is done over a computer network. The process is similar to the New York Stock Exchange. However, buyers and sellers are electronically matched. One or more NASDAQ market makers will always provide a bid and ask price at which they will always purchase or sell their stock.\r\rThe Paris Bourse, now part of Euronext, is an order-driven, electronic stock exchange. It was automated in the late 1980s. Prior to the 1980s, it consisted of an open outcry exchange. Stockbrokers met on the trading floor or the Palais Brongniart. In 1986, the CATS trading system was introduced, and the order matching process was fully automated.\r\rFrom time to time, active trading (especially in large blocks of securities) have moved away from the active exchanges. Securities firms, led by UBS AG, Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and Credit Suisse Group, already steer 12 percent of U.S. security trades away from the exchanges to their internal systems. That share probably will increase to 18 percent by 2010 as more investment banks bypass the NYSE and NASDAQ and pair buyers and sellers of securities themselves, according to data compiled by Boston-based Aite Group LLC, a brokerage-industry consultant.\r\rNow that computers have eliminated the need for trading floors like the Big Boards, the balance of power in equity markets is shifting. By bringing more orders in-house, where clients can move big blocks of stock anonymously, brokers pay the exchanges less in fees and capture a bigger share of the $11 billion a year that institutional investors pay in trading commissions.\r\rIn 12th century France the courratiers de change were concerned with managing and regulating the debts of agricultural communities on behalf of the banks. Because these men also traded with debts, they could be called the first brokers. A common misbelief is that in late 13th century Bruges commodity traders gathered inside the house of a man called Van der Beurze, and in 1309 they became the Brugse Beurse, institutionalizing what had been, until then, an informal meeting, but actually, the family Van der Beurze had a building in Antwerp where those gatherings occurred; the Van der Beurze had Antwerp, as most of the merchants of that period, as their primary place for trading. The idea quickly spread.\r\rIn the middle of the 13th century, Venetian bankers began to trade in government securities. In 1351 the Venetian government outlawed spreading rumors intended to lower the price of government funds. Bankers in Pisa, Verona, Genoa and Florence also began trading in government securities during the 14th century. This was only possible because these were independent city states not ruled by a duke but a council of influential citizens. Italian companies were also the first to issue shares. Companies in England and the Low Countries followed in the 16th century. The Dutch East India Company (founded in 1602) was the first joint-stock company to get a fixed capital stock and as a result, continuous trade in company stock emerged on the Amsterdam Exchange. Soon thereafter, a lively trade in various derivatives, among which options and repos, emerged on the Amsterdam m


2. What Makes us Tick 1952 ~ New York Stock Exchange Cartoon

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What Makes us Tick 1952 ~ New York Stock Exchange Cartoon

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3. NYSE: What Makes Us Tick - 1952

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NYSE: What Makes Us Tick - 1952

NYSE: What Makes Us Tick - 1952


4. Pakistan stock exchange makes a new record

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Pakistan stock exchange makes a new record

Pakistan stock exchange makes a new record


5. Snapchat makes its debut on the Stock Exchange

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Snapchat makes its debut on the Stock Exchange

This piece first broadcast on 2 Mar 2017. Televised on UK's national television Sky News.


6. Tel-Aviv Stock Exchange CEO makes the case for dual listing

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Tel-Aviv Stock Exchange CEO makes the case for dual listing

'The luxury of being traded in another time zone' is one of the reasons why Ester Levanon, CEO of the Tel-Aviv Stock Exchange, suggests that American companies dual list on a U.S. exchange and in Tel Aviv.


7. Tel-Aviv Stock Exchange CEO makes the case for dual listing

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Tel-Aviv Stock Exchange CEO makes the case for dual listing

"The luxury of being traded in another time zone" is one of the reasons why Ester Levanon, CEO of the Tel-Aviv Stock Exchange, suggests that American companies dual list on a U.S. exchange and in Tel Aviv. "They gain a new kind of investor in Israel, or for Europe, or even for the Far East." When it comes to the Deutsche Borse AG and NYSE Euronext merger, Levanon says, "They are too big to be affecting us," but "it might affect very heavily, bigger exchanges than Israel." -Katie Roof


8. NBC Universal Makes Large Investment Into Snap

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NBC Universal Makes Large Investment Into Snap

According to a report, NBC Universal invested over $500 million in Snapchat's parent company Snap during its Initial Public Offering this week. According to CNBC, NBCU is currently the only media company in the U.S. to invest in Snap at the IPO stage. Stock for the company opened on Thursday trading on the New York Stock Exchange at $24 per share. In addition to Snap, NBCU has made several million dollar investments in digital media, including Buzzfeed and Vox. It also owns the tech site Recode.


9. NBC Universal Makes Large Investment Into Snap

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NBC Universal Makes Large Investment Into Snap

According to a report, NBC Universal invested over $500 million in Snapchat's parent company Snap during its Initial Public Offering this week. According to CNBC, NBCU is currently the only media company in the U.S. to invest in Snap at the IPO stage. Stock for the company opened on Thursday trading on the New York Stock Exchange at $24 per share. In addition to Snap, NBCU has made several million dollar investments in digital media, including Buzzfeed and Vox. It also owns the tech site Recode.


10. Wall Street gets ready for business

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Wall Street gets ready for business

U.S. financial markets will re-open on Wednesday after being crippled for two days by the worst storm to hit New York City in 75 years. Even with the neighborhood surrounding the New York Stock Exchange still without power and parts under water, NYSE Euronext Chief Operating Officer Lawrence Leibowitz says it's time for Wall Street to get back to work. SOUNDBITE: LAWRENCE LEIBOWITZ, CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER, NYSE EURONEXT (ENGLISH) SAYING BY PHONE: "The world is looking at the U.S. financial markets and in many ways the world is looking at the New York Stock Exchange. When you turn on the television that's what you see and we need to prove that the markets are operating and functioning and people can do their business and capital can flow and all those things happen and so that every day that ticks by makes it feel like, what's going on here?" The decision to re-open was not the NYSE's alone. Conversations and testing have been going on all day. Its cross-town rival, The Nasdaq is on board, and so are the Wall Street firms who have been pushed out of their normal trading floors by the disaster. SOUNDBITE: LAWRENCE LEIBOWITZ, CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER, NYSE EURONEXT (ENGLISH) SAYING BY PHONE: "We want to make sure that our customers can actually get to us. So sometimes that could be our side, so maybe we have a Verizon problem coming into the building, sometimes it could be their side and we want to make sure that everybody has gone in and tested all of their routes and their alternate routes to make sure they have a way to get to us. We were doing both of those test plans at once." But there's more to saving face here. The exchanges are losing $1 million a day, according to Sandler O'Neill. And there's a lot of information to trade on for the rest of the week says, Craig Dismuke, Senior VP of Vining Sparks in Memphis, Tennessee. SOUNDBITE: CRAIG DISMUKE, SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, VINING SPARKS (ENGLISH) SAYING: "For example, Thursday's ADP report on employment, the ISM manufacturing report on Thursday, Friday's employment data and so its, we like to, it wouldn't be ideal to have three days where we are closed and then get that much economic data coming in and have a lot of pent up trading, I think you could see a lot of volatility." And there's one more important reason the doors of the NYSE and equity markets need to be open on Wednesday. It's the end of the month and the end of the fiscal year for many mutual funds, and portfolio managers need to make those final trades. The question remains, with NYC's infrastructure still hobbled will there be enough hands on deck to handle any technical snafus?


11. Debenhams Christmas TV Ad 2017 #YouShall Find Your Fairytale Christmas | FashionTV | FTV

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Debenhams Christmas TV Ad 2017 #YouShall Find Your Fairytale Christmas | FashionTV | FTV

WORLD - Ewan McGregor narrates a modern-day Cinderella Story for the Debenhams Christmas Ad 2017...will they find their fairytale Christmas? It's the story of a young couple who meet fleetingly on a train on a snowy Christmas Eve. They don't have time to exchange numbers, but she accidentally leaves behind a sparkly shoe from her shopping bag. This being 2017, they try to find each other on social media, but it doesn't seem to work out, until "fate intervenes. For more FashionTV anytime & anywhere, click here: Itunes: http://apple.co/2oxd0Bo Google Play: http://bit.ly/2n6KruT http://www.fashiontv.com FACEBOOK: http://facebook.com/FTV INSTAGRAM: http://www.instagram.com/FashionTV CHANNEL https://www.youtube.com/c/FTVmain FashionTV’s network brings you fashion in new and imaginative ways every day online! From the front row of fashion’s biggest shows and runways, to highlights of all the best fashion stories from around the world, to the gorgeous models that make the industry tick, FashionTV is there to bring them to you first! The total source for worldwide fashion coverage, FashionTV has new uploads every day with 24/7 access to content for all your fashion and style needs. Join our online network and SEE it first on DailyMotion with FTV!


12. Curing the Blues With the Blues - Blues vet’s 15th album tackles Lyme disease struggle - 09-03-2016

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Curing the Blues With the Blues - Blues vet’s 15th album tackles Lyme disease struggle - 09-03-2016

One local musician refuses to sacrifice his passion for music – even in the face of a chronic illness. With the release of his latest album, Lyme’s Disease Warrior, Eau Claire blues artist Craig Barr is a true testament to overcoming adversity one note at a time. In a single, ill-fated incident 25 years ago, a falling nest of ticks led Barr to contract Lyme disease and it would change his life and career forever. He was in New York City at the time, living the fact-paced urban lifestyle while attempting to balance a jam-packed schedule. In addition to music and recording, Barr kept himself busy selling insurance, developing his show on public access radio, and even instructing taekwondo. But two years after his first diagnosis in 1991, Barr was forced to leave his rigorous New York regimen in exchange for the bustling small-town music scene in a little place called Eau Claire. “I loved my life in New York and all the work and music I built there,” Barr said. “I went from a place where I walked business-to-business selling literally thousands of records to a rural farming community where I could buy a home for 10 grand.” But even though Barr misses his thriving New York haven, he admits that there are definitely perks to going rural. “The lack of stress here is wonderful,” Barr said. “And taking long beautiful bike rides is like heaven.” Despite the lighter workload of his new life in the Midwest, the reality of Lyme disease is still a serious reality Barr has to confront on a daily basis. “Lyme disease is very scary,” Barr said. “And if left untreated like I was for almost a year, it can end one’s life. By early 2014, I began to just pass out – I would be doing physical therapy along with exercise and then wake up on the floor.” With Lyme’s Disease Warrior, his 15th album to date, Barr hopes he can bring awareness to the dangerous illness and expose what he sees as an enduring cynicism by doctors. “One particular song, ‘Lyme’s Disease Mantra,’ pertains to the dilemma of skepticism towards Lyme disease,” Barr said. “The song’s repeated phrase, ‘It’s all in your head,’ is the most common thing a doctor will tell a patient they cannot cure.” Ultimately, Barr believes the release of his album will be a way for him to encourage and offer support for those who fight a similar fight. “There are people suffering everyday who are too poor and too tired to seek medical help,” Barr explained. “I need to use my time on this planet to make people happy with the music I create and also let people know that they are not alone.” Recently, Barr has certainly embraced this positive outlook – latching on to life’s most basic pleasures in order to reach a place of satisfaction and happiness. http://volumeone.org/articles/2016/03/08/13574_curing_the_blues_with_the_blues Lyme’s Disease Warrior by Craig Barr is available for purchase at cduniverse.com http://www.cduniverse.com/ and cdbaby.com http://www.cdbaby.com/ . The disc and tons of other Craig Barr albums are available at The Local Store, 205 N. Dewey St. Video above is: Craig Barr and Grill Band at Peekskill, NY in 2015.


13. MMK - Myanmar Kyat (Currency Symbol)

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MMK - Myanmar Kyat (Currency Symbol)

MMK - Myanmar Kyat (Currency Symbol) The resulting uprising forced the local exchange rate in the black market to weaken drastically to $1 = K1,300 even though the official exchange rate stood at $1 = K6. Find the best broker for your trading or investing needs MMK is the currency abbreviation for the Myanmar kyat (MMK), the currency for Myanmar. The kyat currency was introduced to replace the Indian rupee in 1943, but the rupee returned to circulation again until 1952 when the current Myanmar kyat was introduced into the Burmese economy. As of 2017, the bank notes frequently used in Myanmar are the K5, K10, K20, K50, K100, K200, K500, K1,000, K5,000, and K10,000. One Myanmar kyat is equal to 100 pya, and the kyat is often presented with the symbol K. Pya coins are very rare, but notes up to 1,000 kyat are commonly used. Burmese could only hold one account in one bank with each account having not more than a balance of K10,000 per month or K50,000 per year. The country operated under a fixed exchange rate regime until 2012 when the central bank adopted a managed float for its currency in a bid to weaken and eliminate the black markets. The last demonetization occurred in 1987, when the government demonetized the 25, 35, and 75 kyat notes after less than two years of issuing them, rendering three quarters of the country’s currency valueless.


14. L’Oreal Finally Finds Buyer for The Body Shop

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L’Oreal Finally Finds Buyer for The Body Shop

L’Oreal Finally Finds Buyer for The Body Shop Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Clichy, France-based consumer products leader, Jean-Paul Agon, said on Friday that he is “very pleased to announce Natura as potential new ‘home’ for the Body Shop.” Brazilian sustainable beauty and household products manufacturer Natura Cosmetics has bid to buy the ethically focused company for 1 billion euros ($1.1 billion). Shares of L’Oreal SA (LRLCY) ticked up as recent news suggests the French cosmetics giant could be coming to end of a lengthy auction process for its portfolio company The Body Shop. “It’s a good move, given that The Body Shop had been one of the least profitable parts of the L’Oreal business,” said Roche Brune Asset Management fund manager Gregoire Laverne. Earlier this year, the European makeup leader announced it was reviewing strategic alternatives for the Body Shop, which it bought in 2006 for 652.3 million pounds ($815.8 million). Natura CEO Joao Paulo Ferreira indicated that the London-based chain would fit well with Natura’s similar businesses, such as its Aesop brand. Shares of Natura fell on the Brazilian exchange after the firm said it would take on loans to finance the buyout.


15. Identity Thieves Hijack Cellphone Accounts to Go After Virtual Currency

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Identity Thieves Hijack Cellphone Accounts to Go After Virtual Currency

Identity Thieves Hijack Cellphone Accounts to Go After Virtual Currency Weeks lost his phone number and about a million dollars’ worth of virtual currency late last year, despite having asked his mobile phone provider for additional security after his wife and parents lost control of their phone numbers. After a first wave of phone porting attacks on the virtual currency community last winter, which was reported by Forbes, their frequency appears to have ticked up, Mr. Perklin and other security experts said. “It’s really highlighting the insecurity of using any kind of telephone-based security,” said Michael Perklin, the chief information security officer at the virtual currency exchange ShapeShift, which has seen many of its employees and customers attacked. Danny Yang, the founder of the virtual currency security firm BlockSeer, said he had traced several attacks to internet addresses in the Philippines, though other attacks have been tracked to computers in Turkey and the United States. In a growing number of online attacks, hackers have been calling up Verizon, T-Mobile U. S., Sprint and AT&T and asking them to transfer control of a victim’s phone number to a device under the control of the hackers. Mr. Perklin and other people who have investigated recent hacks said the assailants generally succeeded by delivering sob stories about an emergency that required the phone number to be moved to a new device — and by trying multiple times until a gullible agent was found.


16. PROOF THAT GOVERNMENTS ARE HIDING REAL ALIENS ~ BEST EVIDENCE TO DATE (MUST SEE)

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PROOF THAT GOVERNMENTS ARE HIDING REAL ALIENS ~ BEST EVIDENCE TO DATE (MUST SEE)

In 1952 Project Sigma, which was a joint NSA/CIA project that had as its objective communication with alien species. The project was successful, and after communications sponsored through Project Plato (establish diplomatic relations), a meeting was held between elements of the US Government and the species known as the Greys on April 25, 1954 at 6 pm at Holloman AFB. Two disks hovered above the runway while a third landed. Thousands of feet of motion picture film were taken of the event, and in the 1980's, producer Linda Howe was contacted by Special Agent Doty of the AFOSI with a proposal to use some of the film in an HBO documentary. The government reversed its position later on, citing political reasons. At the meeting at Holloman, a hostage was exchanged. The name of the US hostage is not known, but the alien hostage was known as Krlll (no vowels), who was confined to an electromagnetically secure facility near Los Alamos. At one of the meetings between the government and the EBAN, as they called themselves, a treaty was negotiated. The government was aware that the EBAN had a part to play in both the mutilations and the abductions, and probably hoped to find a way to eventually stem the tide of these activities. The EBAN told the government that their abductions of humans were for medical examination purposes. It wasn’t until later that the government realized that the EBAN were lying to them. The agreement was made, and contained some of the following provisions: The United States would not reveal alien presence and would not interfere with alien operations. The United States would allow the aliens to maintain underground bases. Old AEC underground facilities were some of the initial facilities to be offered, although larger facilities were built at 26 locations around the southwest. The United States would allow the aliens to abduct its citizens on a periodic and limited basis for medical examination, providing that the people were returned unharmed and without memory of the interaction. The aliens would furnish a periodic list of abductees. This list would be reviewed by the National Security Council. The aliens would provide the United States with technology in beam weaponry, gravitational propulsion and mind control and implant technology. (Implant technology was in use as early as 1964 and legalized in Sweden by Olaf Palme) It was estimated by scientists that the alien culture was at least 50,000 years ahead of ours. We even had our own scientists that were transferred to the alien world to study it. AFOSI Special Agent Doty: THE TRUTH IS OUT THERE. THANK YOU FOR CHECKING US OUT. STOP BY ANYTIME! Let US know what is on YOUR MIND. FEEL FREE TO SUBSCRIBE and (SHARE) our Videos. http://www.dailymotion.com/therawnews You can also CHECK US out on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/c/RAWnews OR FOLLOW US ON TWITTER~ https://twitter.com/therawnews


17. Twitter To Cut Jobs

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Twitter To Cut Jobs

The Twitter logo is displayed on a screen on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York City, U.S., September 28, 2016. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid Twitter Inc reported a sharp slowdown in quarterly revenue growth on Thursday and said it would cut 9 percent of its global workforce. The microblogging service said its user base ticked up 3 percent to 317 million average monthly active users in the third quarter from 313 million in the second quarter.


18. Twitter To Cut Jobs

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Twitter To Cut Jobs

The Twitter logo is displayed on a screen on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York City, U.S., September 28, 2016. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid Twitter Inc reported a sharp slowdown in quarterly revenue growth on Thursday and said it would cut 9 percent of its global workforce. The microblogging service said its user base ticked up 3 percent to 317 million average monthly active users in the third quarter from 313 million in the second quarter.


19. Manchester United vs Bournemouth 3-1 | Highlights | 17TH MAY 2016

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Manchester United vs Bournemouth 3-1 | Highlights | 17TH MAY 2016

Wayne Rooney scored his 100th Premier League goal at Old Trafford as Louis van Gaal's men ended their campaign with three points Wayne Rooney netted his 100th Premier League goal at Old Trafford before Marcus Rashford celebrated his England call-up by scoring during a 3-1 win in the re-arranged end-of-season fixture with AFC Bournemouth. The sides reconvened two days on from their scheduled final-day clash being postponed when a suspicious package was found inside the stadium, prompting its evacuation. Manchester City's 1-1 draw at Swansea City on Sunday ended United's hopes of beating their neighbours to fourth place and Champions League football next season – barring the fanciful notion of a 19-0 outcome in favour of Louis van Gaal's men against the Cherries. That prospect was certainly far removed from the reality of a dour opening period, illuminated only be a wonderful team goal that allowed Rooney to score for the first time in 10 matches across all competitions. Teenage striker Rashford, a day after being named in Roy Hodgson's preliminary Euro 2016 squad, played a classy role in the build-up to the opener and was on target himself with 16 minutes remaining. Substitute Ashley Young made it 3-0, with Rooney the architect from midfield, before a Chris Smalling own goal secured a consolation strike for Bournemouth, who end their debut Premier League season in 16th position. Despite being forced to play closer to Saturday's FA Cup final against Crystal Palace than anticipated, Van Gaal stuck with the XI he named for the abandoned weekend encounter. There was one alteration from Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe, with Dan Gosling replacing Republic of Ireland midfielder Harry Arter. Somewhat understandably, the match badly lacked urgency as barely a chance of note arrived during the opening half hour. Michael Carrick, possibly playing in United colours at Old Trafford for the final time as his contract ticks down, stretched to get on the end of Rooney's 32nd-minute free-kick but could not divert the ball past visiting goalkeeper Adam Federici. Two minutes before half-time the deadlock was broken and in a style out of keeping with what came before. Anthony Martial darted in field from the left and exchanged passes with Juan Mata to break into the Bournemouth box, where his low cross was deftly dummied by Rashford for Rooney to reach his landmark with a first goal since February 2. Steve Cook was fortunate not to be penalised for a clumsy challenge on Mata inside the Bournemouth box before Carrick clattered a superb long-range strike against the crossbar in the 53rd minute. United had belatedly located a degree of swagger and Federici tipped acrobatically over from Antonio Valencia in the 60th minute after Mata and Jesse Lingard went close in quick succession. Rashford's trickery was an increasingly prominent feature and he clinically dispatched Valencia's knockdown from Rooney's raking pass for an eighth goal of the campaign. Young had only been on the field for three minutes when he was the beneficiary of another sumptuous Rooney pass before the unfortunate Smalling diverted Max Gradel's shot past David de Gea to deny the United goalkeeper the Premier League Golden Gloves award. Victory could not spare Van Gaal from a hail of boos at the start of his end-of-season address on the field, where he attempted to rally the crowd with the prospect of an FA Cup win that might not be enough to save his job. Match Stats — Team Stats


20. Oil Ticks Lower After Last Week's Sizable Gains

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Oil Ticks Lower After Last Week's Sizable Gains

Investing.com - Oil prices ticked lower in quiet trading ahead of the end of the year on Monday, as last week's sharp rally came to a halt. Crude oil for delivery in February on the New York Mercantile Exchange shed 57 cents, or 1.51%, to trade at $37.53 a barrel during European morning hours. U.S. oil futures surged $3.52, or 9.7%, last week, the biggest weekly gain since early October.