Colombia on 5 November approved merging its stock market with those of neighboring Peru and Chile, which experts said will become the second-biggest stock market in Latin America after Brazil’s. Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos and his Economy Minister Juan Carlos Echeverry “signed the decree authorizing the merger,” a statement by the president’s office said. Representatives from the stock markets and central banks of the three nations will meet next week in Bogota to launch the new stock market, it added. A meeting of financial experts headed by Spain’s BBVA Bank said the new stock market will boost overall trading in the three countries anywhere from three to five times the current volume. “That would make this stock market the second-largest in Latin America after Brazil’s,” BBVA said in a statement. By Dialogo November 10, 2010
By Ben DeatherageCOTTAGE GROVE, Ore. – The second Fast Friday of the season is Friday, June 24 at Cottage Grove Speedway.General admission for fans ages 13 and up will be $5.Xtreme Motor Sports IMCA Modifieds are on both Fast Friday and the Saturday, June 25 Loggers’ Cup cards.The IMCA Modifieds are coming off of a very busy schedule with the recent conclusion of the Wild West Shoot Out. Cottage Grove Speedway has already had 10 IMCA Modified events with an already impressive win list.Mark Wauge is still the driver with the most triumphs, at three, including one of the Wild West Modified Shoot Out races. Single race winners include Craig Hanson, Jake Mayden, Curtis Towns, Collen Winebarger, Kinzer Cox, Jesse Williamson, and 2016 Wild West Shoot Out champion Kellen Chadwick.Tickets for Saturday are adults $13, juniors and seniors both $10 and youth ages 6-12 $5. A family pass is $30 and children five and under are free. As is the case all season long in honor of the track’s 60th anniversary, the 60th fan through the front gate gets in free.Pit gates open at 2 p.m., the front gate opens at 4 p.m. and racing starts at approximately 6:30 p.m. both nights.
Photo © – Tipp FM England’s Ian Poulter goes into the final round of the Players Championship with a strong chance of success – just three weeks after nearly losing his PGA Tour golf card.He’ll resume later on 6-under-par – just three shots behind leaders JB Holmes and Kyle Stanley.Rory McIlroy – who’s been struggling with back problems – is back on 1-under.
MultiChoice will be turning up the football fever with the addition of the rest of the 2016/17 Emirates FA Cup season to all DStv packages and GOtv Plus at no extra cost!From February 18, until May 27, all active DStv customers on Compact, Family and Access as well as GOtv Plus will score big with a coveted “all-access” pass to enjoy all the action live and in HD (DStv only) from the comfort of their homes!“At MultiChoice, we understand that our customers love football as much as we do. With the Afcon 2017 now over, we want to make sure that they continue to enjoy world-class football, regardless of their package plan,” says John Ugbe, Managing Director, MultiChoice Nigeria. “Adding the rest of the season of Emirates FA Cup to all the DStv packages and on GOtv Plus will further add more value for ourc ustomers as well as enhance their viewing experience”, he added.Furthermore, from the February 16, intended DStv subscribers will be able to purchase the DStv HD Zappa decoder and dish kit bundled with three months Access subscription for N9,900, or the DStv HD Zappa decoder, dish kit and two months Family subscription at N9,900. The special offer is valid while stocks last.Football fans can look forward to plum fixtures that include Blackburn Rovers versus 12-time cup holders, Manchester United.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram