Electricity Cost of Service Study among the big agenda items at September 11 Cabinet meeting #MagneticMediaNews Related Items:#magneticmedianews Recommended for you Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, TCI, December 29, 2016 – The Governor is being asked to rescind one of his choices for Appointed Member to the House of Assembly; not because of the man’s character but on principal. Former Premier, Michael Misick echoes the sentiments of some in the country that Hon John Phillips should not have been reappointed to the House of Assembly, that the honour of a second and pensionable term of service to the people should be earned through an election, not given by an appointment. In a media statement issued on Wednesday, Misick said,: “While I don’t agree that the governor should be appointing any person to our parliament, while he has that power, he should exercise it responsibly and in the wider public interest. I have nothing against Mr. Phillips personally. I have known him for a very long time and believe that he has made a significant contribution to parliament over the last four years. However I believe there are other citizens that are equally as capable of making a contribution and should be given a chance.” Misick continued, “If you are going to serve parliament two consecutive times and be pensionable, you should run for office. I call on the governor to review and rescind the appointment of Mr. John Phillips to Parliament.” Philips, originally from Scotland is a near 30 year resident of the islands, a business owner and Belonger; he will serve for a second time as a Governor appointee and was a member of the Consultative Forum, a group of Islanders which functioned in Parliament during the suspension of the TCI Constitution between 2009 to 2012. The Luxury of Grace Bay in Down Town Provo Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp ALERT # 2 ON POTENTIAL TROPICAL CYCLONE NINE ISSUED BY THE BAHAMAS DEPARTMENT OF METEOROLOGY THURSDAY 12TH SEPTEMBER, 2019 AT 9 PM EDT
Jared Weems dives near St. Paul Island. His two-year research project is focused on the overfished blue king crab population around the Pribilof Islands. (Photo courtesy Jared Weems).In the Pribilof Islands, no one’s gotten an accurate count of blue king crab since the population crashed hard in the 1980s. This summer, a marine biologist is trying to change that, with the species’ first in-depth study in more than 30 years. His ultimate goal: determine if blue crab can make a comeback — or if it’s gone for good.Listen nowIt’s a foggy day on St. Paul Island and Jared Weems is itching for the weather to clear up. He wanted to get out on the water and back to work.“There’s so much life up here in the North Pacific,” Weems said. “Just amazing, spectacular diving.”Weems is a scientific diver and fisheries Ph.D. student at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. But this summer, whenever the weather’s good, he’s something like a diving detective.Weems’ research has him combing the sea floor around St. Paul, searching for the elusive blue king crab. By diving in nearshore waters, deploying drop cameras and setting collector traps, he’s hoping to find the crab that sweeping trawl surveys tend to miss.A juvenile blue king crab in Weems’ lab in Juneau. This summer, he’s tracking them in the wild by diving in St. Paul’s nearshore waters. (Photo courtesy Jared Weems)At this point Weems said it’s important to count as many as possible, because the species’ outlook seems pretty bleak.“Blue crab has pretty much flat-lined right now in the Pribilof region,” Weems said.But the population around St. Matthew Island, a few hundred miles north, had a similar collapse before rebounding enough to support a handful of commercial openings in recent years.Is that a sign the Pribilof stock could also recover? Weems isn’t sure yet. He’ll have a better idea after he completes his population estimate — when he knows how many crab are in the water, how many are surviving to adulthood, and how much habitat they have to work with.With that data, Weems said he’ll gauge if the blue crab population can rebuild naturally, if it needs some help from scientists or if there’s just not enough stock to rebuild.Whatever the final answer may be, Weems said now is the time to take advantage of each clear day.“This might be one of the last opportunities to really understand this stock before we have to move on or before it’s gone completely,” Weems said. “This should serve as a foundational study as to where blue king crab goes in the future.”The preliminary results will be out in January with final data released in 2019.Weems’ project is supported by The North Pacific Research Board, the Aleut Community of St. Paul Island, the Central Bering Sea Fishermen’s Association, the Bering Sea Fisheries Research Foundation, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association, the University of Alaska Fairbanks and the Alaska King Crab Research, Rehabilitation, and Biology Program.
FARUKKHABAD: Delivering babies outside the hospital or on way to the hospital has become a common occurrence in Uttar Pradesh. In the latest incident on Sunday night, a woman was forced to deliver her child in the corridor of Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital, in full public view, after the doctors refused to admit her, saying there were no beds available. Also Read – One arrested for firing outside Satna college in Madhya Pradesh Advertise With Us The newly-born baby was lying in one end of the corridor, on what appears to be a piece of red cloth. A woman relative later picks up the baby. According to reports, the woman was taken to the labour room in the hospital by the doctors on duty after she gave birth to her baby. Monika Rani, the District Magistrate of Farukkhabad, said she has already ordered a probe into the incident. Also Read – Abrogation Of Article 370 Carried Out In Inhuman Way: Urmila Matondkar Advertise With Us “I have taken suo motu cognizance and ordered an enquiry. We will try and ascertain the truth behind the incident. If anyone is found guilty of negligence, we will take strict action,” she said. The Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital is the only specialised government hospital in Farukkhabad. It was in the news in 2017 too, when 49 babies died in a month there, just days after reports of child deaths at a hospital in Gorakhpur due to lack of oxygen. Advertise With Us Parents had blamed a shortage of medicine and oxygen for the Farukkhabad hospital deaths too. The state government, however, had denied it. India has seen a 20 per cent fall in neonatal deaths — deaths within the first month after birth of a child — between 2011 and 2016, according to the World Health Organisation. There has also been a 33 per cent improvement in survival rate among children between the first month and a year after birth, referred to as post-neonatal. But despite the improvement, 1 in 40 babies die during birth in India.
Representational imageIBT Raghavendra NSBI Life Insurance’s Rs 8,400 crore Initial Public Offering (IPO) hit the capital market on Wednesday. The company has set a price band of Rs 685-Rs 700 per share for its maiden issue.As many as 20 lakh shares are reserved for the SBI Life employees at Rs 68 discount per share. Around 1.2 crore shares are reserved for purchase by shareholders of State Bank of India (SBI).Market analysts believe that the stock is fairly valued and advice subscribing to the issue due to its strong distribution network, brand value, superior product mix and healthy growth, the Economic Times reported.India’s largest private life insurer in terms of new business premium (NBP) is putting up eight percent stake for sale while partner BNP Paribas Cardif is selling four percent in the IPO.The life insurer increased its market share of NBP generated among private life insurers in India, from 15.9 percent in the financial year 2015 to 20 percent in the financial year 2017. During the same period, the company’s NBP increased by 35.5 percent CAGR, which is the highest among the top five private life insurers (in terms of total premium) in India, Business Standard reported.In the financial year 2017, it has a market share of an individual rated premium of 20.69 percent among private life insurers in India and 11.16 percent of the entire life insurance industry in India.As of July 31, the company had a comprehensive product portfolio of 37 individual and group products, including a range of protection and savings products to address the insurance needs of diverse customer segments, Moneycontrol reported.Here are some recommendations from brokerages:ANGEL BROKINGET quoted the retail brokerage, which recommended investors to subscribe to SBI Life’s IPO with a long-term view. The brokerage said the issue is being offered at 4.2 times its embedded value of Rs 16,538 crore, which is a little higher than 3.8 times for ICICI Prudential. However, the premium valuation SBI Life is justified due to its higher incremental market share gain, the brokerage said.IIFLThe brokerage recommends investors to subscribe as they believe SBI Life is well positioned to capitalise on any opportunity given significant scope for penetration within bank assurance network, planned investment in individual agency channel and emphasis on the digital platform.
Sorry #BlackLightning pic.twitter.com/LhfJXKlRbp— Black Lightning (@blacklightning) November 21, 2018 Stay on target ‘Black Lightning’ Season 2 Finale Recap: Preparing for War’Black Lightning’ Season 2, Episode 15 Recap: With Great Power Black Lightning has always felt somehow more grounded than the rest of the CW fare. Yes, there are metahumans and conspiracies and powers, but the story always kept its focus on the characters. It was a family drama that also had superpowered action scenes. This is the first time the show dives this much into the comic book weirdness of its source material. It pulls it off just as well as the grounded character drama, even if it makes this particular episode’s story a little corny. After last week’s horror movie-style ending, we get a good look at who appears to be our villain for at least the next few episodes. Something was definitely going on with that creepy cop with the moving face, and it looks like this creepier white lady is behind it. She’s been taking drug addicts off the street, giving them life and power, and making them slaves.Anissa hasn’t got time to deal with that right now. She has to go check on Anaya and deliver the bad news about her boyfriend, Deacon. Anaya lives in a heavily guarded compound, though. She talks her way inside, and after some heavy questioning from the girl’s parents, gives Anaya the news. She immediately goes into labor, which is probably the most harrowing scene of the season so far. Especially when it’s revealed she’s having twins. The complication of one being stuck at the back of the room was dealt with just a little too quickly. It was clearly only there to add drama before the cut. It felt cheap to have it solved so quickly. But the story needed to get to its point, I guess.Nafessa Williams as Anissa (Photo Credit: Quantrell Colbert/The CW)The tone in the room changes when the second baby is born. Anaya’s parents are joyful after the first, who looks Black. They’re much less happy about the second, who looks much whiter. Clearly nobody on this farm is the father. As Anissa learns though, it’s not just that she had kids with a white boy that has her parents so put out. Deacon was a Sanjay, a white person with super speed and strength. They’re made by the woman we saw at the beginning of the episode: Looker. She generates that strange grey liquid we saw leaking out of Deacon last week. It bestows powers, but also puts them under her control. Deacon and Anaya fell in love. Their parents didn’t approve because South Freeland is heavily segregated between the Sanjays and the non-powered Black population, whom the Sanjays call Perdis. Yeah, the social commentary isn’t hitting the way this show usually does.That doesn’t hurt the episode too much. This is Black Lightning reveling in weirdness. That’s such a rare occurrence, it makes for a fun episode. Why have we never heard before that South Freeland is like this? I’m definitely interested to see more of this world, and even more curious as to where the show plans to take this story. It’s uncharted territory for Black Lightning, which is exciting even if it may not be technically as good as some other episodes. The drama and action are certainly here. Shortly after the babies are born, the Sanjays hear about it. They attack the compound hoping to kidnap the babies. Fortunately, Black Lightning figures out where Anissa has gone and fends off the attacking Sanjays while Anissa gets Anaya and one of the babies to safety. Unfortunately, the Sanjays kidnap her parents and the other twin. Looker recognizes the power inside the baby, and sends her slaves off to collect the other twin. We’re going to be spending the next few weeks on this story, it seems.Pictured: Sofia Vassilieva as Looker (Photo Credit: Quantrell Colbert/The CW)Meanwhile, Tobias is experiencing a setback in his plans to buy the free clinic. The priest doesn’t want to sell, and no amount of money, no blackmailed politician, is going to convince him otherwise. Tobias’ solution: Kill the priest. Or rather, have Khalil do it. That’s going to be a problem. Not only does Khalil completely disagree with this course of action, his mother goes to that church. He doesn’t want to put his mother in danger by, as Tobias suggested, attacking the preacher in the middle of service. Tobias also flippantly reveals that he’s the one who orchestrated the shooting that paralyzed Khalil. Between this and his conversations with Jenn, we may be seeing the start of his redemption arc. His loyalty to Tobias is being tested. The question is, what will it take to break it?It feels like he comes awfully close here. When Khalil sends the reverend out of town instead of killing him, Tobias punishes him harshly for it. Here’s where we see the excellent fight choreography that was a high point of the first season. The way Khalil and Tobias go at each other is kinetic and brutal. In the end though, Tobias overpowers Khalil. Even with all the mechanical enhancements inside Khalil. Just how strong is Tobias Whale, anyway? When Jenn sees Khalil’s beat up face, she’s clearly worried. The two are growing closer once more, and for a brief moment, they’re the two cute kids flirting on a rooftop again. It’ll still take a while for Khalil to get back there, but it’s looking like Jenn’s compassion and even her power will be what starts to pull him back. And hey! Gambi’s alive. The old comic book adage holds true: No body, no death. I gotta say seeing him interrogate one of the would-be hitmen after slicing his fingers off is one hell of a way to reveal that he’s alive. It’s a shocking reveal that almost makes us forget the last episode spent so much time convincing us he was dead for no reason. Almost. The way he escaped death is a little contrived, but hey. Comic books. He apparently had a secret trap door in his car he could drive out of in the event that someone tried to murder him. He rolled out before the car flipped, and ran into the woods. As soon as the car hit the ground, he blew it up with a remote explosive. So Gambi’s alive. Yay. It doesn’t lead anywhere yet. The episode ends with him monitoring Black Lightning helping the Perdi escape the Sanjay.Where this episode falls short is that its main story is a touch hokier than we’re used to, and the rest of the plots this week don’t really go anywhere. The main story makes up for it with a cool new villain, but the rest of the episode basically tells us to check back next week and hope for a real development. Even Khalil’s story just kind of ends without any real sense of where it’s going from here. Lynn’s part of the episode, while it also doesn’t really go anywhere, at least has emotion on its side. Christine Adams is an amazing actor, and she really shines in this episode. After losing half the kids in her care, she has to be the one to tell the parents, and she can’t even say which kids lived and which died. Throughout the episode, it takes a toll on her, leading to a breakdown in front of Jenn. It’s a heartbreaking series of scenes, and I wish this story had been given more time. Adams is doing great work here, and I wish this story was allowed to take it somewhere this week.Black Lightning airs Tuesdays at 9 p.m. on The CW.Previously on Black Lightning:Black Lightning Season 2, Episode 5 RecapBlack Lightning Season 2, Episode 4 RecapBlack Lightning Season 2, Episode 3 Recap
Last week, Portugal hit a major milestone in its ongoing effort to move to renewable energy. The entire country ran for more than half a week without having to resort to fossil fuels.In the late ’80s, Portugal brought a massive new coal-burning power plant online in Sines, and less than two decades later it was called out by the WWF as being one of the largest producers of CO2 emissions in all of Europe. It ranked 13 on the 2007 “Dirty 30” list.Now, however, the tables are turning. For four whole days, Portugal produced enough clean, sustainable electricity to meet the needs of its people. That’s thanks to a big push toward solar, wind, and hydro power and a little nudge from the EU — which issued a directive stating that member nations need to produce at least 31% from renewable sources.According to reports, Portugal’s green run lasted from 6:45 AM Saturday, May 7 until 5:45 PM the following Wednesday. That totaled 107 straight hours during which the country didn’t have to look to coal or natural gas to pick up the slack.This is the second big win we’ve seen for renewable energy in the EU this month. Just last week the German government reported that the country produced so much renewable energy on a particularly sunny, windy Sunday that there was a power surplus. Gas plants automatically shut down during the surge, but coal and nuclear facilities couldn’t switch off as fast — so Germans were essentially paid to suck the extra power out of the grid.
Stay on target Cool Gifts for ‘Final Fantasy’ LoversGEEK PICK: Final Fantasy 15 Pocket Edition HD Since Valve either can’t count to three or is too busy making money off Steam, we’ve yet to see a third entry in the Half-Life series. It’s entirely possible a dimension exists where Half-Life 3 (and other sequels) exist. However, in this dimension, we’re still waiting on the next Gordon Freeman adventure. Surprisingly enough, our pal Gordon is finally returning to PC via one of the strangest crossovers of the year.The PC version of Final Fantasy XV is set to release in early March. When it arrives, players will have the ability to dress protagonist Noctis up like Gordon Freeman. The getup includes Freeman’s HEV suit and spectacles. Of course, it wouldn’t be a proper Gordon Freeman dress up party without his signature crowbar for a weapon. The costume can also be used in the multiplayer expansion called “Comrades.” That’s right, you’ll be able to play as Gordon Freeman online. If you’re going to have this sort of crossover it’s better to go all in, I suppose.The most surprising thing about all of this is how it’s actually official. You’d figure someone in the modding community would eventually create Gordon Freeman in FFXV, but Square-Enix and Valve beat them to the punch. Is this cameo hinting at Half-Life 3? Probably not. After all, Final Fantasy XV has crossed over with other titles. These include Forza Horizon 3 and Assassin’s Creed. Even Final Fantasy XIII-2 had Mass Effect costumes. It would be nice if this was a sign of Half-Life‘s resurrection, but I doubt that’s the case. It’s just a good bit of fun for those planning to get FFXV on PC.Final Fantasy XV arrives on PC on March 3. It will boast native 4K and 8K textures. On top of that, players can expect a larger map, an optional first-person perspective, and the ability to ride a boat.Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey.
Explore further This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. As Chini notes, huge strides have been made over the past few decades in using light to convey information, while at the same time, electronic devices have continued to be limited by the upper frequency limits at which electric currents can be driven. As he also notes, prior research has shown that it is possible to use light in the form of laser pulses to drive electrons through a bulk insulator at much higher than normal frequencies, but until now, there was no way to measure the oscillations of those electrons, a necessary part of applying them in a high-speed device.In this new effort, the researchers took advantage of the fact that when electrons speed up, they emit what are known as high-order harmonics, which just happen to be a direct reflection of the motion of those electrons. They used an attosecond streak camera to measure these harmonics in a silica nanofilm and noted that the light was emitted in bursts lasting less than 500 attoseconds. These findings suggest that it should be possible to build devices that use lasers to push the oscillating frequency of electrons up to 100 times that of devices currently used to test the limit (into the multi-petahertz range). Currently, Chini notes, more work still needs to be done—subtle variations that occur in the process will have to be removed, for example, and testing will have to be done to see if the same results can be obtained with materials other than silica. Also, it is still not clear if the laser-pulsed approach causes any negative impact on current production. Citation: Researchers demonstrate extension of electronic metrology to the multi-petahertz frequency range (2016, October 20) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2016-10-extension-electronic-metrology-multi-petahertz-frequency.html (Phys.org)—A team of researchers with the Max-Planck-Institut für Quantenoptik has found a way to link previously demonstrated laser light-induced high-speed switching of an insulator between conducting states and high-frequency light emissions from insulators blasted with laser pulses. In their paper published in the journal Nature, the team describes the techniques they used to pull off this feat. Michael Chini with the University of Central Florida offers a News & Views piece on the work done by the team in the same journal issue, and explains what hurdles still need to be overcome before devices making use of the technology can be developed. © 2016 Phys.org Journal information: Nature Electrons at the speed limit Attosecond pulse metrology in bulk SiO2. Credit: Nature 538, 359–363 (20 October 2016) doi:10.1038/nature19821 More information: M. Garg et al. Multi-petahertz electronic metrology, Nature (2016). DOI: 10.1038/nature19821 , www.nature.com/nature/journal/ … ull/nature19821.htmlAbstractThe frequency of electric currents associated with charge carriers moving in the electronic bands of solids determines the speed limit of electronics and thereby that of information and signal processing1. The use of light fields to drive electrons promises access to vastly higher frequencies than conventionally used, as electric currents can be induced and manipulated on timescales faster than that of the quantum dephasing of charge carriers in solids2. This forms the basis of terahertz (1012 hertz) electronics in artificial superlattices2, and has enabled light-based switches3, 4, 5 and sampling of currents extending in frequency up to a few hundred terahertz. Here we demonstrate the extension of electronic metrology to the multi-petahertz (1015 hertz) frequency range. We use single-cycle intense optical fields (about one volt per ångström) to drive electron motion in the bulk of silicon dioxide, and then probe its dynamics by using attosecond (10−18 seconds) streaking6, 7 to map the time structure of emerging isolated attosecond extreme ultraviolet transients and their optical driver. The data establish a firm link between the emission of the extreme ultraviolet radiation and the light-induced intraband, phase-coherent electric currents that extend in frequency up to about eight petahertz, and enable access to the dynamic nonlinear conductivity of silicon dioxide. Direct probing, confinement and control of the waveform of intraband currents inside solids on attosecond timescales establish a method of realizing multi-petahertz coherent electronics. We expect this technique to enable new ways of exploring the interplay between electron dynamics and the structure of condensed matter on the atomic scale.Michael Chini. Optical physics: Speedy electrons exposed in a flash, Nature (2016). DOI: 10.1038/538325a
Kolkata: North 24-Parganas police on Saturday arrested four persons, including the main accused, in connection with the murder of BJP activist in Sandeshkhali. According to the district police among the four, the main accused Akhtar Ali has also been arrested. According to the preliminary investigation, police suspect that Ali had shot dead BJP activist Pradip Das. The district police have got a breakthrough in arresting the culprits who were involved in his murder. Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: MamataThe incident occurred at Sandeshkhali under Basirhat sub-division eight days ago. The main accused is known to be a worker of the opponent party, said local sources. The incident had triggered a political slugfest between the ruling Trinamool Congress and the BJP. The latter accused the district police of inaction and also held the government responsible for not doing enough to arrest the culprits. Acting on specific information, the district police carried out raids in various parts of Sandeshkhali on early Saturday morning and arrested the accused. The investigating officers are yet to determine the exact role the accused might have played while committing the crime. The accused were remanded to police custody after being produced before a Basirhat court later in the day.
Inadequate fruit and vegetable consumption may account for millions of deaths from heart disease and strokes each year across the globe, a study has found. The study estimated that roughly one in seven cardiovascular deaths could be attributed to not eating enough fruit and one in 12 cardiovascular deaths could be attributed to not eating enough vegetables. Low fruit intake resulted in nearly 1.8 million cardiovascular deaths in 2010, while low vegetable intake resulted in one million deaths, researchers said. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfOverall, the toll of suboptimal fruit intake was almost double that of vegetables. The impacts were most acute in countries with the lowest average intakes of fruits and vegetables. “Fruits and vegetables are a modifiable component of diet that can impact preventable deaths globally,” said Victoria Miller, a postdoctoral researcher at Tufts University in the US. “Our findings indicate the need for population-based efforts to increase fruit and vegetable consumption throughout the world,” Miller said. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveFruits and vegetables are good sources of fibre, potassium, antioxidants and phenolics, which have been shown to reduce blood pressure and cholesterol. People who eat more of these foods also are less likely to be overweight or obese, lowering their risk of cardiovascular disease. “Global nutrition priorities have traditionally focused on providing sufficient calories, vitamin supplementation and reducing additives like salt and sugar,” said Dariush Mozaffarian, from the Tufts University. “These findings indicate a need to expand the focus to increasing availability and consumption of protective foods like fruits, vegetables and legumes – a positive message with tremendous potential for improving global health,” said Mozaffarian. Based on dietary guidelines and studies of cardiovascular risk factors, the researchers defined optimal fruit intake as 300 grammes per day, equivalent to roughly two small apples. Optimal intake of vegetables, including legumes, was defined as 400 grammes per day, equivalent to about three cups of raw carrots. The researchers estimated average national intakes of fruit and vegetables from diet surveys and food availability data representing 113 countries (about 82 per cent of the world’s population), then combined this information with data on causes of death in each country and data on the cardiovascular risk associated with inadequate fruit and vegetable consumption. Based on data from 2010, the scientists estimated that suboptimal fruit consumption results in nearly 1.3 million deaths from stroke and more than 520,000 deaths from coronary heart disease each year. Suboptimal vegetable consumption was estimated to result in about 200,000 deaths from stroke and more than 800,000 deaths from coronary heart disease. The impact of inadequate fruit and vegetable intake was greatest in countries with the lowest fruit and vegetable consumption. Countries in South Asia, East Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa had low fruit intake and high rates of associated stroke deaths. Countries in Central Asia and Oceania had low vegetable intake and high rates of associated coronary heart disease. By age group, suboptimal fruit and vegetable intake had the greatest perceived proportional impact on cardiovascular disease deaths among younger adults. By gender, suboptimal fruit and vegetable intake had the greatest proportional impact on cardiovascular disease deaths in men, likely because women tend to eat more fruits and vegetables, Miller noted.
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People are living longer and spending more time in the city, a report by the Milken Institute says. The Institute’s “Best Cities for Successful Aging” report and index is a collaboration between the Institute’s Center for the Future of Aging and its Research Department. The report evaluates 381 U.S. metropolitan areas to determine how well they serve the needs of the nation’s growing population of mature adults.”Cities are on the front lines of the largest demographic shift in history,” said Paul Irving, Chairman of the Center for the Future of Aging. “Lifespans are extending into eight, nine, and ten decades, and older adults increasingly are seeking lifelong engagement and purpose. They expect their cities and communities to support their changing needs.”Over 80 percent of American aged 65-plus live in metropolitan areas, and almost 90 percent want to age in their homes and communities, so the report is not intended to identify where to retire. The goal of the report is to identify the nation’s most livable metropolitan areas by determining which areas enable an optimal quality of life for aging citizens.The Milken Institute utilizes several categories to determine quality of life, including general livability, health care, wellness, financial security, living arrangements, employment, education, transportation, and community engagement.Coming in a number one on the Institute’s ranking of best large metros for successful aging is Provo-Orem, Utah. The ranking of small metros is topped by Iowa City. The Milken Institute’s Mayor’s Pledge encourages mayors and other public officials to support a healthy environment for aging residents, and nearly 200 mayors have signed the pledge.”The policies, programs, and features that we highlight in ‘Best Cities for Successful Aging’ are not just important for older adults,” said Irving. “Throughout our lives, we seek meaning and purpose. A vibrant economy, efficient transportation, effective health services, learning opportunities, and accessible housing enable all individuals and communities to prosper.” Adapting Metros for an Aging Population in Daily Dose, Data, News, Uncategorized March 20, 2017 573 Views Demographics Study 2017-03-20 Staff Writer Share
Credit Default loans mortgage Risk Urban Institute 2018-10-25 Radhika Ojha in Daily Dose, Featured, News, Origination Who Deserves a Little More Credit? The Housing Finance Policy Center with Urban Institute has released its Q2 2018 Housing Credit Availability Index (HCAI). The HCAI tracks the amount of mortgage credit available as well as the percentage of home purchase loans likely to go into default after missing payment for more than 90 days. The report released along with the index further distinguishes between the sources of the default risk: whether it stems from borrowers’ inability to pay or the products that service their loans.Overall, the HCAI indicates a decline to 5.7 percent from a peak in Q1 2018 of 5.9 percent, the highest the index has climbed since 2011. This small dip quarter over quarter is a consequence of a shift in the market’s composition: while the government channel saw a loss in market share, the portfolio channel grew, and because the government channel has looser lending standards, this has had consequences on the total amount of credit available.A higher HCAI signifies that lenders are willing to take on a greater risk of default and so also how easy it is to acquire a home loan. The credit available to homebuyers remains far tighter than it was prior to the housing bubble burst—at least half of what it was in pre-bubble years.But because the index also gauges risk from borrowers contrasted against risk from services, it reveals more than just how much credit is available. Because product risk remains negligible, the index indicates that if credit were made more readily available to homebuyers, the risk posed would be slight. Just compare the current total risk posed in the index, or 5.7 percent, with the pre-crisis standard: 12.5 percent from 2001 to 2003. The report makes a subtly compelling argument that the stress felt in the market today from a gauntlet of forces (including rising mortgage rates, affordability issues, and a general lack of supply) could find reasonable respite in an expansion of credit available to prospective homebuyers. This would cause a corresponding increase in default risk, but presumably said risk would remain far below, and outside the perimeters, of the percentages that preceded the crisis of 2008.The government channel today—which as mentioned above recently opened up its credit accordingly—represents the only segment of the market today servicing less-than-pristine borrowers. October 25, 2018 591 Views Share
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