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ENL Limited (ENL.mu) listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius under the Industrial holding sector has released it’s 2020 interim results for the first quarter.For more information about ENL Limited (ENL.mu) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the ENL Limited (ENL.mu) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: ENL Limited (ENL.mu) 2020 interim results for the first quarter.Company ProfileENL Limited is a diversified conglomerate engaged in sustainable value creation in the following sectors: real estate, hospitality, agro-industry, commerce, logistics and fintech. Operations are driven by its main subsidiaries, namely, Rogers, ENL Property and ENL Agri. The Company also holds sizeable stakes in Eclosia and New Mauritius Hotels ENL Limited is listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius.
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Home Market Market Watch Seed Consultant 3/11/2013 Evening Comment with Gary Wilhemy SHARE SHARE 10:28 updateDocile equity tradeGrains and soybean narrowly mixedWheat just a tag alongMay wheat under May cornSoybean carry out seams eschew to may as demand appears to under weightedChina soybean sales adjusted to 225,000 tons from 345,000Gulf nearby beans up 4 cents and corn down 1-2120,000 tons of corn to ChinaMeat demand problematic Seed Consultant 3/11/2013 Evening Comment with Gary Wilhemy Facebook Twitter Facebook Twitter By Hoosier Ag Today – Mar 11, 2013 FinancialDow closed 50 higher at 14,447 with resistance at about 15,000S&P, the most followed indicator by professionals, ended up 5 at 1556 with an all time high at 1565.These markets have been acting tired while hitting all time highs in the DowThe S&P VIX index is an example of exhaustionWTI crude and Gold were little changedThe dollar index slipped to an eight point loss at the closeLivestockIdeas of a firming cash cattle market advanced April futures to a $.65 gain at about mid rangeStrength in boxed beef has pushed margins into the blackCash hogs were looking steady to lowerPork cuts were at their lowest level since last SeptemberApril hogs continue to test their support at $81Meat demand is strugglingGrain and soybeansShort covering off the lows in the grains with May corn resistance at $7.20 as is May wheat.May soybean inched up to Resistance at $14.80Rumors of more switching of soybeans exports to our Pacific Northwest from labor troubled Brazil are heardExport inspection were quite poor at 14 m corn, wheat better than last week at 28 m and soybeans, probably due to the Chinese lunar New Year just 17 m down from 40 MRains in the Midwest and on into the Ohio River valley are not yet a signal that the drought is abatingChina altered their last soybean purchase to 225,000 tons from 345,000, which normally means a logistical adjustmentChina also bought 120,000 tons of corn and that is just a routine procedure Previous articleGrassley Not Satisfied with Secretary’s Response to Furlough QuestionsNext articleIllinois Farmland Sale Sets New Record Hoosier Ag Today
Pinterest Facebook Twitter Pinterest Police searching for driver connected to hit and run WhatsApp WhatsApp The Odessa Police Department is reportedly looking for a driver involved in a hit and run at a gas station.The reported hit and run happened at 10:42 p.m. April 28 at the DK located at 600 South Grandview Avenue, an OPD press release stated.Investigation reportedly showed the driver of an older model white Pontiac collided with a black Volkswagen Jetta and fled the scene without meeting necessary legal requirements. OPD has released a photo of the driver and the car that can be seen at tinyurl.com/4pvxzn8u.Anyone with information about the hit and run is asked to contact Hit & Run Investigator T. Yelley at 432-335-5759 or Odessa Crime Stoppers at 432-333-TIPS and reference case No. 21-0006640. Twitter Facebook By Odessa American – April 29, 2021 Local NewsCrime Previous articleLeaders: Stimulus funds crucial to ECISD, communityNext articlePolice investigating theft Odessa American
Virginia Beach Police Department(NEW YORK) — A Virginia Beach woman mysteriously vanished over one week ago and police have deemed her disappearance “suspicious.”Bellamy Malaki Gamboa, 39, was last seen in Virginia Beach the night of July 1.“Due to the uncharacteristic behavior of Bellamy being away from her infant children and not showing up to work her disappearance is considered suspicious,” the Virginia Beach Police Department said July 5.Gamboa’s car — a 2015 Ford Focus — was found on July 3 parked next to a dumpster in Virginia Beach about 4 miles away from where she had last been seen, police said.Gamboa’s friends and family gathered Saturday to search and hand out fliers, according to ABC affiliate WVEC.“My sister would never leave her children,” Charisse Gamboa, who lives in California, told WVEC. “She does love life. She loves her family.”Charisse Gamboa said she is desperate to find her sister before her 40th birthday on July 16, reported WVEC.Bellamy Gamboa is described as having brown eyes and black hair, police said. She is 5 feet 1 inches tall and weighs about 135 pounds.Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Solvers at 1-888-LOCK-U-UP (1-888-562-5887).Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
iStock/Thinkstock(CHICAGO) — Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson told reporters on Monday the city had “another unacceptable violent weekend” that led to several people shot and killed.There were 58 people shot over the weekend in the city, six of which died from their injuries, police said.The department has three persons of interest in custody from this weekend, Johnson announced in the press conference. Since Friday, he said, 83 illegal guns were taken off the streets and 29 people were arrested on gun related charges.Police officers dispersed 68 informal block parties and park gatherings that may have had drugs and illegal activity, Johnson said.“These shootings are not random, they’re fueled by gang conflicts,” Johnson told reporters.Police are increasing their presence in the districts that see the higher crime rates.Two teens who had been reported missing were found shot in a wooded area over the weekend, First Deputy Superintendent Anthony Riccio said.The teens, 16-year-old Raysuan Turner and 17-year-old Darnelle Flowers, according to ABC affiliate WLS, had been reported missing by their mothers. One of the teens had been reported missing after 24 hours, while the other was reported missing after 48 hours.Riccio said an officer was with the mother of one of the teens when she received an anonymous message saying they believed she could find her son in a wooded area. When the officer went with the mother and family members, both teens were found dead.Police said one of the teens had no criminal history, while the other was known to police, Riccio said. He added they are speaking to two persons of interest to help determine the motive.Johnson reiterated the importance of everyone doing their part to combat gun violence.“We continuously fail to hold people accountable and until we do that we’re gonna continue seeing it,” he said. “These individuals are showing us every day they’re not afraid to do it, and we have to ask ourselves: ‘Why? Why aren’t they afraid?’”Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
The Sangomar field is located in the Senegalese part of the Mauritania-Senegal-Guinea Bissau Basin. (Credit: D Thory from Pixabay) Woodside and its partners have secured approval from the Senegalese government for the exploitation plan for the Sangomar field (formerly known as SNE field), offshore Senegal.The government has also granted exploitation authorisation to the Rufisque Offshore, Sangomar Offshore and Sangomar Deep Offshore (RSSD) joint venture for the field development.Woodside said that the start of the execution phase of the phase 1 development of the Sangomar oil field will be subject to final execution of the host government agreement with the Senegalese government along with the approval and award of key contracts.The RSSD joint venture is made up of Woodside Energy (Senegal), Capricorn Senegal, a subsidiary of Cairn Energy, FAR, and Petrosen.Woodside has a 35% stake in the RSSD joint venture, while Cairn Energy Senegal holds 40% stake. FAR and Petrosen hold 15% and 10% stakes respectively in the joint venture.FAR managing director Cath Norman said: “This is a momentous milestone for the joint venture and the people of Senegal and FAR is proud to have played an integral part in the discovery, appraisal and now commitment to develop the significant oil resource offshore Senegal.”Partners aim to bring Sangomar field on stream in 2023First oil from the Sangomar field is aimed to be drawn in early 2023. The Senegalese field is estimated to produce 645 million barrels of oil equivalent (mmboe), which includes 485mmbbl of oil and 160mmboe of gas.The oil field is located in the Rufisque, Sangomar and Sangomar Deep Blocks, which are spread over a combined area of 7,490km² within the Senegalese part of the Mauritania-Senegal-Guinea Bissau Basin.The RSSD partners plan to develop the Sangomar field with a stand-alone floating production storage and offloading (FPSO) facility with 23 subsea wells and associated subsea infrastructure.The FPSO, which is likely to have a production capacity of 100,000 bbl/day, will process the oil before its export to market through tankers. The vessel will facilitate the integration of potential future development phases, which includes gas export to shore and subsea tie-backs at a later stage. The Sangomar field is estimated to produce 645 million barrels of oil equivalent
NATALIE RASCHER CITY COUNCIL PLANNED RECOUNT WITHDRAWN In response to the withdrawal of the City Council Ward 2 recounts petitioned by Vanderburgh County GOP Chairman, Wayne Parke, I would like to make the following statement. “First I would like to take this opportunity to once again thank all of my supporters and the residence of the second ward that believed in my aptitude to serve and vision for a better community.After meeting with legal counsel both Mr. Parke and me agreed that while there were more than 40+ issues found in absentee ballot validity, a recount would not allow for those ballots to be properly challenged under the current Indiana State election law.Therefore, I asked him to withdraw from this process. I plan on continuing to serve my community as a private citizen and look forward to my next endeavor, whatever it may be.” Natalie Rascher, a graduate of Leadership Evansville, has a long history of public service on local boards and in community organizations including the Junior League of Evansville, the Greenway Advisory Board, and the Vanderburgh County Alcoholic Beverage Board. She has served as a volunteer for the United Way of Southwestern Indiana, YWCA, and the Alzheimer Association.Natalie and her husband Zac Rascher live in Evansville’s Second Ward with their three children.FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail