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|Symbol||Name||Change||% Change||Price (Intraday)||50 Day Average||200 Day Average||3-Mo Return||YTD Return||52 Week Range|
|RERBX||American Funds EuroPacific Growth Fund Class R-2||+0.72||+1.07%||67.00||69.02||67.87||4.83%||4.96%|
|RERGX||American Funds EuroPacific Growth Fund Class R-6||+0.77||+1.10%||70.06||72.09||70.74||5.12%||5.47%|
|RERCX||American Funds EuroPacific Growth Fund Class R-3||+0.74||+1.08%||68.29||70.28||69.04||4.95%||5.16%|
|AEPGX||American Funds EuroPacific Growth Fund Class A||+0.76||+1.08%||70.05||72.04||70.73||5.02%||5.31%|
|VTMNX||Vanguard Developed Markets Index Fund Institutional Shares||+0.20||+1.22%||16.46||16.75||15.97||4.39%||9.32%|
|VTMGX||Vanguard Developed Markets Index Fund Admiral Shares||+0.20||+1.22%||16.44||16.72||15.95||4.38%||9.32%|
|VDIPX||Vanguard Developed Markets Index Fund Institutional Plus Shares||+0.32||+1.24%||25.72||26.18||24.97||4.37%||9.32%|
|VDVIX||Vanguard Developed Markets Index Fund Investor Shares||+0.15||+1.18%||12.73||12.95||12.35||4.43%||9.30%|
|MGIAX||MFS International Intrinsic Value Fund Class A||+0.51||+0.95%||53.55||53.44||52.00||6.40%||3.54%|
|MINRX||MFS International Intrinsic Value Fund Class R1||+0.46||+0.95%||48.39||48.32||47.09||6.19%||3.18%|
|MINFX||MFS International Intrinsic Value Fund Class R2||+0.47||+0.95%||49.60||49.51||48.20||6.32%||3.42%|
|MINGX||MFS International Intrinsic Value Fund Class R3||+0.50||+0.94%||53.10||53.00||51.56||6.39%||3.53%|
|SGOIX||First Eagle Overseas Fund Class I||+0.20||+0.73%||27.53||27.92||26.83||3.86%||6.04%|
|DISVX||DFA International Small Cap Value Portfolio Institutional Class||+0.29||+1.36%||21.39||22.14||20.64||2.04%||11.91%|
|FESOX||First Eagle Overseas Fund Class C||+0.19||+0.74%||25.66||26.04||25.08||3.61%||5.55%|
|SGOVX||First Eagle Overseas Fund Class A||+0.20||+0.74%||26.87||27.26||26.21||3.80%||5.91%|
|DFISX||DFA International Small Company Portfolio Institutional Class||+0.25||+1.11%||22.49||22.96||21.59||3.74%||11.00%|
|TBGVX||Tweedy, Browne Global Value Fund||+0.18||+0.58%||30.84||30.94||29.26||4.68%||12.35%|
|VTRIX||Vanguard International Value Fund Investor Shares||+0.59||+1.34%||44.05||44.94||42.61||3.04%||9.44%|
|OSMNX||Invesco International Small-Mid Company Fund Class R||+0.55||+1.02%||54.10||53.64||52.25||7.09%||4.02%|
|MDIHX||MFS International Diversification Fund Class R3||+0.18||+0.72%||24.89||25.06||24.22||3.58%||6.19%|
|AIIEX||Invesco International Growth Fund Class A||+0.41||+1.21%||33.96||34.27||33.65||1.10%||4.91%|
|AIIYX||Invesco International Growth Fund Class Y||+0.41||+1.20%||34.07||34.37||33.73||1.19%||5.02%|
|IGFRX||Invesco International Growth Fund Class R6||+0.42||+1.21%||34.66||34.96||34.30||1.23%||5.13%|
|FMIYX||FMI International Fund Institutional Class||+0.37||+1.03%||35.89||36.25||34.43||3.61%||10.64%|
(Bloomberg) -- Gold advanced following its biggest weekly decline in 15 months, helped by a drop in the dollar and a boost from exchange-traded fund investors.Holdings in gold-backed ETFs rose the most in three months on Friday, according to an initial tally by Bloomberg. A gauge of the dollar headed for its first drop in seven sessions, lifting the appeal of gold as an alternative asset.Prices slid last week after the Federal Reserve signaled it may tighten monetary policy sooner than many econ
(Bloomberg) -- India joined the global regulatory push to rein in Silicon Valley technology giants, tightening rules that govern how social media and streaming companies do business in the world’s biggest democracy.The new rules that come into immediate effect will require the likes of Facebook Inc. and Twitter Inc. to take down unlawful content quicker, Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said in an online briefing Thursday. Messaging apps can be asked to provide the identity of the originators of unlawful messages on their platforms, Prasad said, implying the likes of Whatsapp may have to break the encryption and dilute users’ privacy safeguards. Streaming services such as Netflix Inc., Google’s YouTube and Amazon.com Inc.’s Prime Video face stricter oversight over content containing sexually explicit scenes, violence and abusive language, according to the new rules.Already under scrutiny from Australia and Europe to their home turf of the U.S., the tech giants can now add their most important emerging market to the list of countries whose regulators are paying closer attention. Policy changes have the potential to slow down the companies in a market that’s already the largest for some of them in terms of the number of users.‘Take Control’“Governments everywhere are trying to take control of the free flow of information and not relinquish it to any one social or technology company,” said Ashutosh Sharma, research director at Forrester Research Inc. “We’re moving towards a world where social media will be regulated in some form or the other.”“The details of rules like these matter and we will carefully study the new rules that were just published,” a Facebook India spokeswoman said in an emailed response. “Facebook is committed to people’s ability to freely and safely express themselves on our platforms.Local representatives of Whatsapp, Netflix, Amazon and Disney+ Hotstar didn’t immediately comment on the new regulations.Large social media platforms will need to appoint a chief compliance officer, a nodal contact person, a grievance officer, all of them resident in India, according to Prasad, India’s minister of electronics and information technology. “Platforms will be required to give monthly compliance reports,” he said, and companies have three months to ahere to the new rules.Increased CensorshipThe new rules replace a previous code from 2011. Draft versions that have been circulating recently have attracted criticism from freedom-of-speech activists and technology trade groups concerned the rules will result in increased censorship and reduced user privacy.“The Rules could undermine the principles of open and accessible internet,” New Delhi-based Software Freedom Law Center said in an emailed comment. The “traceability provision” will undermine the end-to-end encryption services offered by instant messaging platforms as well as the privacy of private communication, it said.India’s fast-growing digital economy is headed toward 1 billion users by 2025, prompting the deep-pocketed corporations to battle for market share in everything from online retail and digital payments to messaging and streaming.Facebook’s namesake social network is used by 410 million people in India and its WhatsApp messaging service by 530 million, said Prasad, while YouTube has 448 million users, Instagram 210 million and Twitter 17.5 million.Besides the global giants, the new rules -- called Intermediary Guidelines and Digital Media Ethics Code -- are set to affect a swath of Indian startups. Beyond streaming and messaging, the code will also set guidelines for digital publishers of news and current-affairs content.The social media platforms were becoming increasing rife with fake news and were being used to hurt religious sentiments, the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology said in a statement after the media conference.“Over the years, the increasing instances of misuse of social media by criminals, anti-national elements have brought new challenges for law enforcement agencies,” the ministry said. “ These include inducement for recruitment of terrorists, circulation of obscene content, spread of disharmony, financial frauds, incitement of violence, public order etc.”The new guidelines follow the Indian government’s dispute with Twitter over allegedly inflammatory tweets supporting farmer protests, with the messaging service refusing to comply with certain blocking orders. Meanwhile, an Amazon Prime Video original series “Tandav” was ordered by authorities to be re-edited following protests over its depiction of Hindu gods and goddesses.The new rules “have the potential to fundamentally change how the internet is accessed and used by millions of users across India,” India-based digital liberties campaigner, Internet Freedom Foundation said on its website. Any attempts to weaken encryption would “undermine the privacy and security of all users,” it said.(Updates with comment from companies in the sixth paragraph.)For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2021 Bloomberg L.P.
According to Forrester (Nasdaq: FORR), Australia's job market will shrink by 11%, or 1.5 million workers, by 2030, as artificial intelligence and automation continue to reshape workforces globally. Employees in finance, accounting, and procurement who perform highly structured administrative tasks are most at risk: Automation is likely to eliminate a million of those jobs first.
Forrester Research, Inc. ( NASDAQ:FORR ), might not be a large cap stock, but it saw significant share price movement...
Forrester Research, Inc. (Nasdaq: FORR) today announced its 2020 fourth-quarter and full-year financial results.
JCDecaux to achieve carbon neutrality by 2021 in FranceParis, October 12th, 2020 – JCDecaux SA (Euronext Paris: DEC), the number one outdoor advertising company worldwide, has set a target of achieving carbon-neutral status by 2021 for all its activities in France covering scopes 1, 2 and 3*.For over 55 years, JCDecaux’s business model has created, supplied, managed and maintained products and services in the public interest, all funded by advertising with no cost to taxpayers. Rather than a cost to public finances, such products and services have a positive impact on, among others, fee payments to local authorities. Rent to private landlords has the same benefits. Just as its first creation, the bus shelter, the Group is enhancing accessibility, ensuring optimal resource management and rolling out new services to the 890 million city dwellers, where the Group operates both in France and abroad. To this end, JCDecaux has mobilised its R&D team based in France in collaboration with the 1,700 suppliers from SMEs and mid-sized business that represent its nationwide value chain. The Group is committed to ongoing innovation to continually reduce its environmental footprint and to offer services that are safe, aesthetic, eco-responsible and provide utility. In this spirit, the Group has designed and developed a new generation of innovative bus shelters® with a view to sustainably improving urban spaces. The range includes the Filtreo® bus shelter whose green roof contributes to the reduction of air pollution and the Natural Cooling bus shelter, which offers a solution to the issue of urban heat islands. Similarly, JCDecaux’s self-service bikes have made city bike use the backbone of urban mobility infrastructures. They have gained public support as demonstrated by more than 710 million journeys since 2003, saving more than several thousand tons of CO2. They also accelerate modal shifts, resulting in greener mobility, as well as driving forward a collective effort to cut greenhouse gas emissions. Despite Outdoor Advertising being a low-emitting greenhouse gas industry, JCDecaux has always made the conscious decision to lower its consumption levels. More recently, the Group has pledged to offset related emissions. Rainwater collection techniques to wash street furniture without any detergent date back several decades and street furniture’s life cycle analysis has been implemented for 25 years. Such longstanding initiatives are reflected in impactful day-to-day activities focused on: * Strategy and risk management: environmental criteria incorporated into management compensation; Sustainable Development included in Group risk mapping since 2009; JCDecaux extra-financial performance statement audited by an Independent Third Party and finalised with an unqualified opinion and commentary issued on an annual basis; * Product design: application of 10 eco-design principles and furniture refurbishment which we provide; * Managed electricity consumption: LED replacement of classic furniture lighting technologies; intelligent solutions impacting lighting use and improving furniture energy efficiency by up to 70%; digital screens selected according to stringent criteria assessing quality and energy efficiency to ensure the lowest possible electricity consumption for services and expected uses; integration of photovoltaic panels in our furniture, where applicable with a ten year plus life span; * Group decision to source 100% renewable electricity by 2022. In 2019, 88% was already sourced renewably at Group level with 100% in France and 18 other subsidiaries. In September 2019, JCDecaux became the first outdoor advertising group to join the RE100, a global initiative bringing together worldwide companies committed to renewable electricity; * Operational excellence: optimised logistical routes; an eco-driving training course since 2003; the roll-out of hybrid and natural gas (NGV) electric vehicle fleet and soft mobility plans; ISO 14001 environmental management system for main locations, certified since 2007 in France.Between 2017 and 2019, JCDecaux reduced its greenhouse gas emissions (scopes 1 and 2 - market-based) by 26% in France and 55% internationally. By 2021 in France, JCDecaux will take an additional step in measuring its greenhouse gas emissions (scope 3) and in the reduction actions implemented. Lastly, JCDecaux’s voluntary purchases of carbon credits will signal a further final key phase, complementary to the Group’s approach, in order to offset residual carbon emissions from its activities. Carbon neutrality in France, the Group’s historic headquarters and the largest market in terms of 2020 revenue, headcount and invested capex will lead the global action to enrich the Group’s sustainable development strategy.* Scopes 1 and 2: are the sum of direct emissions caused by fossil fuel combustion (petrol, natural gas, fuel) and the sum of indirect emissions caused by electricity consumptions and urban heating – Scope 3: all other emissions, including for example transportation of our products from their production site, end-of-life treatment of our street furniture and in the travel usage of our employeesJean-Charles Decaux, Chairman of the Executive Board and Co-CEO of JCDecaux, said: “JCDecaux has always set its strategic priorities, in France and around the world, to constantly reduce the environmental impact of its activity, and particularly its energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions. This commitment and transparency, supported by all our teams, have been recognised for a number of years, as illustrated by our various benchmarks. At the end of 2019, we joined the CDP A List and became the first outdoor advertising group to join RE100. Then, in early 2020, we were awarded the maximum AAA rating from the Morgan Stanley Capital International (MSCI) agency for the third consecutive year. I am proud that all JCDecaux France activities will achieve carbon-neutral status by 2021, following on from the actions carried out for many years by our Group. Whilst JCDecaux has become the outdoor advertising champion, the Group has never lost sight of its values and convictions. From its inception, JCDecaux has acknowledged that economic growth, permanent job creation, social and stakeholder responsibility and sustainable development to limit its environmental footprint are inextricably linked and part of its competitiveness. Such exacting standards should be better taken in account in public procurement, so that, quality and sustainability prevail in the general interest. As such, responsible public procurement will drive forward the ecological transition. We are active in over 2,000 cities around France and the preferred partner of 14,000 companies that trust JCDecaux for their local, national and international brand advertising strategy. Through our presence and partnerships, we are helping to raise awareness of environmental issues and promote more sustainable lifestyles, with the support of the brands we display. Crucially, brands exist through their presence in both the physical and virtual worlds, delivering multiple communication formats to cities, the space for better living together. The legitimacy of the messages we carry are based on the credibility of our initiatives and the trust we have earned from our customers (local authorities, social and governmental organisations, transport companies and advertisers).” Key Figures for JCDecaux * 2019 revenue: €3,890m, H1 2020 revenue: €1,075m * Present in 3,890 cities with more than 10,000 inhabitants * A daily audience of more than 890 million people in more than 80 countries * 13,210 employees * Leader in self-service bike rental scheme: pioneer in eco-friendly mobility * 1st Out-of-Home Media company to join the RE100 (committed to 100% renewable energy) * JCDecaux is listed on the Eurolist of Euronext Paris and is part of the Euronext 100 and Euronext Family Business indexes * JCDecaux is recognised for its extra-financial performance in the FTSE4Good index and the MSCI and CDP 'A List' rankings * 1,061,630 advertising panels worldwide * N°1 worldwide in street furniture (517,800 advertising panels) * N°1 worldwide in transport advertising with more than 160 airports and 270 contracts in metros, buses, trains and tramways (379,970 advertising panels) * N°1 in Europe for billboards (136,750 advertising panels) * N°1 in outdoor advertising in Europe (636,620 advertising panels) * N°1 in outdoor advertising in Asia-Pacific (260,700 advertising panels) * N°1 in outdoor advertising in Latin America (69,490 advertising panels) * N°1 in outdoor advertising in Africa (22,760 advertising panels) * N°1 in outdoor advertising in the Middle East (15,510 advertising panels)For more information about JCDecaux, please visit jcdecaux.com. Join us on Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram and YouTube.Communications Department: Agathe Albertini +33 (0) 1 30 79 34 99 – firstname.lastname@example.orgInvestor Relations: Arnaud Courtial +33 (0) 1 30 79 79 93 – email@example.com Attachment * 12-10-2020 Neutralite carbone en France_UK