As Major League Soccer Expands, Teams Are Getting New Homes

CINCINNATI — In March, the steel bones of a $250 million Major League Soccer stadium were starting to soar over Cincinnati’s West End, an unmistakable emblem of the growth of the professional sport across the country. The stadium, home to the F.C. Cincinnati soccer club, is one of seven under construction in the league’s building […]

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Britney Spears Shares Her Workout Routine On Instagram: Get Ready To Have A ‘Tight Buttocks’

Britney Spears is letting fans in on her exact workout to achieve ‘buns of steel.’ She showed off the exercises in her home gym, which is looking great after she accidentally burned it down in 2019. It’s so great to see Britney Spears happy, healthy and sharing her love of physical fitness with her fans. […]

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Trump’s steel tariffs stand after Supreme Court declines challenge

The Supreme Court on Monday left in place President Trump’s 25 percent steel tariffs, declining to hear a challenge to the law that authorized it. An association of steel importers and other companies argued that section 232 of the Trade Expansion Act of 1962 is unconstitutional because it was an improper delegation of power to the president […]

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Vietnam’s growth to slow to 2.7% this year but rise to 7% in 2021: IMF

© Reuters. A worker arranges a steel structure at a construction site of a building in Hanoi HANOI (Reuters) – Vietnam’s economic growth is seen slowing down to 2.7% this year due to the coronavirus pandemic, but may pick up to 7% next year, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) said on Monday. The Southeast Asian […]

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As Local Health Systems Buckle, Russia’s Oligarchs Take Charge

MOSCOW — As the coronavirus pandemic gained pace in Russia this spring, a billionaire steel magnate, Aleksei A. Mordashov, called four regional governors and urged them to lock down the cities where he operates. For Andrei A. Guryev, the scion of a fertilizer empire, limiting travel into two Arctic cities of 80,000 people where he […]

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China factory activity unexpectedly expands, but economy unable to shake off virus shock

© Reuters. A worker walks past a steel factory in Beijing BEIJING (Reuters) – Factory activity in China unexpectedly expanded in March from a collapse the month before, but analysts caution that a durable near-term recovery is far from assured as the global coronavirus crisis knocks foreign demand and threatens a steep economic slump. China’s […]

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China March factory activity unexpectedly expands, but outlook still grim

© Reuters. A worker walks past a steel factory in Beijing BEIJING (Reuters) – Factory activity in China unexpectedly expanded in March after contracting sharply to a record low, but the rapid global spread of the coronavirus is expected to keep businesses and the overall economy under heavy pressure as foreign demand slumps. China’s official […]

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Motor racing-F1 says Vietnam race is on amid coronavirus concern

© Reuters. A worker arranges steel structure of grandstand at the construction site of Formula One Vietnam Grand Prix race track in Hanoi By Alan Baldwin LONDON (Reuters) – Vietnam’s first Formula One grand prix will go ahead as planned on April 5, the sport said on Wednesday, despite continuing concern about the coronavirus epidemic […]

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