Batacazo of Porto and AZ

first_imgIn the rest of the qualifiers the expected happened except in which he faced Basaksehir with Sporting de Portugal. After tying the tie (3-1 in both games) a goal of Visca in the last minute of the extension made the madness explode in the stadium of the Turkish set, that happens to eighth. In the rest of the meetings. Rome endured the initial onslaught of the Gent, who came to tie the tie thanks to a goal from David, which many already compare with Haaland, but Kluivert ended with the hope of the Belgians (1-1). The Wolfsburg had no problem against Malmoe (0-3), like the Basel, who left practically sentenced his pass to APOEL in the first leg (0-3) and this Thursday he won thanks to a goal from Frei. Strong defeat of Porto at the Do Dragao stadium against Bayer Leverkusen. Those of Conceiçao had to overcome 2-1 of the first leg and ended up falling 1-3 in a match in which they never had options. Alario, Demirbay and Havertz, the young German pearl, scored the three goals of the ‘aspirin’ team that sentenced the tie. Marega made up the score for a Porto that only has to focus on the league, which is behind Benfica.AZ Alkmaar was also surprisingly eliminated. The Dutch team, which is fighting hand in hand with Ajax la Eredivisie, was removed by LASK Linz Austrian, which won 2-0 thanks to a double by Raguz.last_img read more

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Credit Crisis Paved Way for Trump Sanders

first_img Bernie Sanders Credit Crisis Donald Trump 2016-04-04 Staff Writer April 4, 2016 564 Views in Daily Dose, Government, Headlines, News Credit Crisis Paved Way for Trump, Sanderscenter_img During the recession, Americans lost homes, jobs, wealth, and their credit lifeline, a tragedy that many are still struggling with three elections later. However, this loss of credit and theme of indebtedness play an important role in the political story.According to a report from Bloomberg Markets by Sarah McGregor and  Victoria Stilwell, “For households before the crash, borrowing made good times better and hard times bearable. It held out the promise of a step up, even for the millions of working-class Americans whose wages had stalled. Paying down debt after 2008 had the exact opposite effect, amplifying the hurt and anger—and sapping the recovery.”The article said that retrenchment came in two main varieties: by choice and by force. “Some borrowers, seeing the devastation around them, scrounged up the cash to reduce debt. Others went bust and saw their homes go into foreclosure, or lost access to credit as banks clamped down,” the authors wrote.Presidential candidates Donald Trump and Sen. Bernie Sanders have both implemented a sentiment in their campaigns that appeals to “blue-collar—and highly indebted Americans with an “I understand your anger” type of message,” the report explained.Sherle Schwenninger, co-author of a study of household borrowing by New America, a policy institute in Washington said, “Debt is a big part of the political story.”While housing policy has mostly been a taboo in this presidential race, many candidates have instead chosen to address Wall Street reform.Sen. Sanders, in particular, has been very adamant about Wall Street reform and “Too-big-to-fail” throughout his campaign trail.Earlier this year he stated in a speech, “We can no longer tolerate an economy and a political system that has been rigged by Wall Street to benefit the wealthiest Americans in this country at the expense of everyone else. I’ll rein in Wall Street behavior, so they can’t crash our economy again. Will they like me? No. Will they begin to play by the rules if I’m president? You better believe it.”He added, “Greed, fraud, dishonesty and arrogance, these are the words that best describe the reality of Wall Street today. So, to those on Wall Street who may be listening today, let me be very clear. Greed is not good. In fact, the greed of Wall Street and corporate America is destroying the fabric of our nation. And, here is a New Year’s Resolution that I will keep if elected president. If you do not end your greed, we will end it for you.” Sharelast_img read more

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