Today Joselu has been asked about these rumors. “I don’t even know what I’m going to eat for what is clear that everything can happen, but dancing alone is very sad and I hope Lucas stays in the Alavés until the end of the season “, said. On the possibility that he himself could enter an exit operation, he was also very sharp: “I am very happy here I do not see myself in another team. The winter market is very peculiar because it develops in full competition.”Analyzing the clash of the other day against Villarreal, he said that “We did not deserve to lose. I think that in the second part we could even win. But we have to think about the next game against Sevilla. In the field of Levante we played a great game and that is the line we want to maintain, “he warned. On the arrival of Camarasa, he commented that” you just have to see the kilometers it does in a match. I think it will help us a lot, he is a great footballer. “ Lucas Pérez is the object of desire of several teams in the Santander League. Sevilla tried with him before joining N´Nesyri but the 20 million he put on the table were not enough. A couple of weeks later the name of Villarreal appeared. The Alavés asks for the full clause: 25 million. Even yesterday, the newspaper “20 minutes” assured that Valencia had studied the possibility of touching him if Rodrigo’s departure was confirmed.
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Expect lower investment returns around the world, says CPPIB chief Canada Pension Plan ekes out 1.1% return during market’s worst volatility since the financial crisis ← Previous Next → What you need to know about passing the family cottage to the next generation Share this storyExpect lower investment returns around the world, says CPPIB chief Tumblr Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn February 14, 20194:30 PM ESTLast UpdatedFebruary 15, 20198:20 AM EST Filed under News FP Street advertisement Twitter CPPIB CEO Mark Machin warns of weaker investment returns in the days ahead.Cole Burston for National Post 1 Comments Recommended For YouExpiring US solar subsidy spurs rush for panelsFluke Corporation Acquires Industrial Reliability Leader PRÜFTECHNIKJapan says Korea must rebuild trust to facilitate talks on tradeChina, Hong Kong stocks close higher on U.S. rate cut hopesBarrick set to take full control of Acacia after raising bid Email Facebook The head of the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board said Thursday that investors are likely to see weaker returns in the future amid a “pretty sluggish period” that has struck most global economies.“I think we’re going to see much lower return on assets going forward than we have since the global financial crisis and the recovery,” said Mark Machin, president and chief executive officer of the CPPIB, in an interview with the Financial Post. “So I would see returns coming down around the world.”The CPPIB reported on Thursday net assets of $368.5 billion for its quarter ended Dec. 31, up $200 million from the end of the previous quarter. The pension fund also said its investment portfolio posted a net return of 1.1 per cent for the three months, which included the period of volatility that struck the markets in late 2018.“It was a solid quarter given a pretty weak market environment,” Machin said. “The fact that our portfolio held up pretty well during that shows that diversification works.” CPPIB among investors buying Ultimate Software for $11 billion CPPIB poised to be first global pension fund to issue euro green bond CPPIB plans safer investing structure for hike in Canada Pension Plan contributions The pension fund also reported its investment portfolio notched 10-year and five-year annualized returns of 10 per cent and 11 per cent, net of all its costs.CPPIB announced a number of investments during the quarter, including paying $670 million with a partner for a controlling stake in a hydro-power company in Brazil, which was one of the few countries “desynchronized” from the global economic slowdown, Machin said.The complex situations involving Canada, China and the United States are contributing to those growth issues, Machin said, although he remained optimistic about a resolution.“It’s a very significant drag on global growth right now,” he added. “Because uncertainty holds people back from making investments in their businesses, and may hold people back from hiring people, and it holds people back from taking risk in their business.”CPPIB invests the funds of the Canada Pension Plan, and the board began receiving additional CPP contributions in January, when measures to bolster the plan kicked in.The pension fund also issued its first Euro-dominated green bond last month, a €1-billion sale of 10-year fixed-rate notes. CPPIB said the issuance “will enable us to invest further in eligible assets such as renewables, water, and real estate projects, and to diversify the Fund’s investor base.”January’s issuance follows CPPIB’s first-ever green-bond sale last June, which the board said was a first for pension funds.“I would imagine we’ll continue to use that market,” Machin said Thursday.CPPIB signed an agreement during its third quarter, alongside the Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan, to buy 49 per cent of a 309-kilometre toll road in Mexico for an initial $314 million. The fund said there is also the possibility of a second investment of up to $218 million in the road.CPPIB already owns 40 per cent of the privately-leased section of Highway 407, another toll road that runs 108 kilometres from Burlington, Ont. in the west to Pickering, Ont. in the east.SNC-Lavalin Group Inc. and a subsidiary of Spanish infrastructure company Ferrovial S.A. own 16.77 per cent and 42.23 per cent, respectively.However, SNC-Lavalin said last August that it had hired CIBC Capital Markets and RBC Capital Markets as financial advisors to help the company with a possible sale of 6.76 per cent of the 407, which would reduce its stake to around 10 per cent.Since then, shares of SNC-Lavalin have dropped more than 35 per cent, with the company recently cutting its earnings forecast and being pulled into a political firestorm tied to the company’s lingering corruption and fraud charges.Machin declined to comment Thursday on whether or not CPPIB would be interested in the stake in the 407 floated by SNC-Lavalin.“We’re happy investors in the 407,” Machin said.• Email: email@example.com | Twitter: Featured Stories Join the conversation → Sponsored By: Reddit More Comment Geoff Zochodne
French Post purchased about 20% of all of the Renault Kangoo Z.E. ever sold.Since the beginning of 2011, Renault sold more than 35,000 all-electric delivery vans Renault Kangoo Z.E. Sales were relatively high in the beginning when Renault was delivering almost 6,000 annually in 2013, but then stabilized to just above 4,000 for quite some time.With the introduction of the 33 kWh battery version, sales highly accelerated and now are expected to exceed 7,500 in 2018.The biggest fleet of Renault Kangoo Z.E. was purchased by French Post (La Poste) – some 7,000! However, we need to note that the first 5,000 were sold by the end of 2014, which means that orders from the French Post have stalled.More from Renault Source: Electric Vehicle News Britain’s Biggest Electricity Distributor Switches To Electric Cars Author Liberty Access TechnologiesPosted on December 1, 2018Categories Electric Vehicle News Here Are The Most Popular Commercial EVs In Europe Electric Kangoo can be spotted also in other postal services in Europe. In Norway around 300 entered service in the Norwegian Post fleet. In Spain 25 units were used since 2016 and the next 42 have been purchased. In Slovenia, Pošta Slovenije starts with 17.In the Netherlands, PostNL opted for bigger Renault Master Z.E., which is based on the Kangoo Z.E.From Spain to Slovenia, all across Europe postal services are choosing #electric when it comes to #LastMileDelivery! Find out why over at #EasyElectricLife: https://t.co/O5NDql8cwo pic.twitter.com/5KBehj80UD— Renault ZE (@RenaultZE) November 28, 2018 Renault Delivers 5,000th Kangoo Z.E. This year 17 #KangooZE equipped with the new battery and extended range were added to the Slovenian Post’s fleet! pic.twitter.com/oJIS07ASj0— Renault ZE (@RenaultZE) November 29, 2017 The Spanish Post Office has recently been delivered a fleet of 42 Renault #EV! It’s the 7th national postal service in Europe to choose Renault, joining those of the Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Slovenia, Switzerland, and France. pic.twitter.com/ZYCqlmG9wZ— Renault ZE (@RenaultZE) June 18, 2018