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Airbus sends the giant pieces that make up its A380--the largest passenger plane in the world--on a
convoy that passes through the tiny French village of Levignac.

CNET got a chance to see the spectacle up close as part of Road Trip 2011.

Daniel Terdiman/CNET




LEVIGNAC, France--I'm looking up toward the sky at two things you wouldn't expect to be
right next to each other. One is the "boulangerie" sign outside the bakery in this tiny French village.
The other is the "Airbus A380" logo emblazoned on the protective cover on one end of
a segment of giant airplane fuselage.

Why would two such things be next to each other? Because late Friday night, a truck convoy carrying all the major components of the next A380 that Airbus will build--the world's largest passenger
plane, a full double-decker giant--passed through this hamlet near Toulouse, France, often literally within inches of
some of Levignac's buildings.


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EM stocks eye fourth straight weekly decline

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Moody's set to review Hungary rating on Friday

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Sri Lanka to unveil debt restructuring plan to creditors

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Egypt c.bank holds interest rates in surprise move

By Amruta Khandekar and Anisha Sircar

Sept 23 (Reuters) - Most emerging market currencies were subdued against a
sturdy dollar on Friday as investors digested hawkish signals from the U.S.



Federal Reserve, while stocks hit a more than two-year low on jitters around a global economic slowdown.

MSCI's index of EM (emerging market) stocks was down 1% and headed for its fourth straight weekly decline,
in a week dominated by central bank policy moves including a super-sized
75 basis point interest rate hike by the Fed.

The index has declined 26% so far this year, as aggressive policy tightening,
geopolitical tensions and growing recession concerns push investors towards safer assets such as the
U.S.

dollar.

EM equities saw outflows of $2.5 billion this week, compared with $1.7 billion last week, while bond outflows reached $2.6 billion from $1.5
billion last week, weekly data from JPMorgan citing EPFR Global showed.


"Everything is negative for EMs these days... In Europe, the question of a recession is on the table, and the geopolitical situation is not improving - everything is pointing to negative sentiment,"
said ING strategist Frantisek Taborsky.

Among EM currencies, South Africa's rand was down 0.9%,
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le 08/10/2022 à 01:31

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le 04/10/2022 à 18:49

Phoenix Suns players and coaches expressed disbelief at Monday's
media day over the NBA investigation findings that led to owner Robert Sarver's
one-year suspension and $10 million fine, with head coach Monty Williams admitting
that he was 'disgusted' over the claims. 

Sarver announced his plan to sell the club
and the WNBA's Mercury last week after the NBA probe
found he had used the N-word around employees, bullied workers,
and committed several other misogynistic acts.
In one instance, Sarver is accused of asking a pregnant employee if
she would be able to perform her duties after giving
birth.

'I was in disbelief,' Williams said Monday.
'When you see the bullet points and then when you go through it, you start to
think about how these things impact the people.'




'I would say just a state of shock,' general manager James Jones said.
'You don't want that around the organization. You don't want that to be the issue.'

Veteran Suns guard Chris Paul said he was concerned about what Suns
employees have been dealing with.

'It was tough, just like anybody, reading all the different things,' said Paul, admitting that he had been in touch with NBA commissioner Adam Silver over the allegations.
'It was more so also the things that people have to endure in the workplace.'

Devin Booker, the Suns' longest-tenured player, said the
accusations against Sarver came as a shock, particularly because he had a positive relatio
 
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