Gaming Fortnite Avengers: Endgame Gaming Fortnite gets its second-annual burst of Avengers-themed content on Thursday, and a second teaser for the event has been posted on official social media channels. Following Monday’s Captain America and Brite Bomber mashup, Tuesday’s image features Fishstick holding Thor’s Hammer with the same “whatever it takes” caption.Whatever it takes.#FortniteXAvengers pic.twitter.com/6EQLbCFgKq— Fortnite (@FortniteGame) April 23, 2019 This teaser arrives just 24 hours after Epic posted the first “whatever it takes” image shown below. While we know the Fortnite X Avengers event is set to begin April 25, it’s mostly unclear what that means with regard to skins, available game modes and possible changes to the Battle Royale map. Earlier this month, dataminers found evidence to suggest last year’s Infinity Gauntlet mode would be returning with a tweaked feature set. However, they may be more to the … [Read more...] about ‘Fortnite’ X ‘Avengers’ Whatever it Takes Teaser 2 Hints at Thor Hammer Skin
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2020 Mercedes-Benz EQCEfforts to curb global warming have led Germany to propose limiting speeds on its famous Autobahns. Facing heavy fines from the European Union if it fails to meet greenhouse-gas reduction targets, the country's committee on the future of transport put forward a series of draft proposals that includes limiting speeds on currently unfettered sections of autobahn. Reuters obtained copies of the draft proposals. The autobahn, Germany's freeway system, has long had speed limits in congested urban areas, but has until now also had long sections without limits. READ THIS: Automakers face big fines in Europe for missing CO2 targets The new proposals by the committee on the future of transport would limit speeds on previously unlimited sections of the autobahns to 81 mph (130 kilometers per hour.) They would not affect speeds in urban areas. European Union nations agreed in October to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 2030 to levels 35 percent below those already … [Read more...] about Lifting the hammer: Germany considers limits on Autobahn speeds
A Set small text size A Set the default text size A Set large text size To pinch Justin Langer’s “elite honesty” quote, the Wallabies are playing crap rugby, and the Australians are playing crap cricket. Both teams are an embarrassment to their sport, their sponsors, and their dwindling faithful fans. Yet Wallaby coach Michael Cheika keeps pulling the daggers out of his back, while Langer rides blissfully on despite his teams playing the worse cricket. Let’s compare the two sports under their respective coaches in 2018. The Wallabies have played 11 internationals for three wins over Ireland, the Springboks, and the Pumas with eight losses. The cricketers have played 13 internationals in three formats since Langer took over, for one ODI win by seven runs over South Africa, and a very honourable Test draw against Pakistan, with 11 losses. No matter what Cheika says, he’s pilloried, but Langer blithely said – “There’s light at the … [Read more...] about Why is Michael Cheika constantly hammered, while Justin Langer is blameless?
Viet Nam News HÀ NỘI — Shares ended on a positive note on Tuesday as cash flowed into large-caps. The benchmark VN-Index on the HCM Stock Exchange rose 0.33 per cent to close at 995.19 points having gained 0.49 per cent on Monday. The HNX-Index on the Hà Nội Stock Exchange advanced 0.56 per cent to end at 112.24 points after jumping 3.33 per cent the previous day. Liquidity slid slightly compared to the previous session with more than 220.2 million shares traded on the two local bourses worth nearly VNĐ5 trillion (US$216.7 million). Financial-banking, securities, construction materials and insurance were the main driving factors on Tuesday. Mixed performances were seen among the top 30 largest stocks by market capitalisation in the VN30 basket, but the VN30 Index inched up 0.46 per cent to end at 971.01 points. Among the gainers were PetroVietnam Gas JSC (GAS), Saigon Securities Incorporation (SSI), Saigon Hanoi Commercial Joint Stock … [Read more...] about Large-cap stocks lift market
Nigeria’s largest quoted company and most capitalised financial services institution led the stock market to a major recovery yesterday despite continuing selloffs within mid and small-cap companies. More than two out of every three deals at the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) were closed at discount as trading resumed after the Eid-ul-Kabir holiday, but gains by large-cap stocks in the cement and banking sectors lifted the equities market to its major positive close in many weeks. With 25 losers to 11 gainers, gains by Dangote Cement Plc and Guaranty Trust Bank Plc boosted the overall market position. The All Share Index (ASI)-the main index that tracks share prices at the Exchange rose by 1.57 per cent from its opening value of 34,663.48 points to close at 35,206.16 points. Aggregate market value of all quoted equities increased by N198 billion to close at N12.853 trillion as against its opening value of N12.655 trillion. The rally moderated the negative average year-to-date … [Read more...] about High-cap stocks lift equities to N198b gain