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The treasury yield curve has been the shallowest in over ten years as interest rate hike expectations heat up

Short-term government bond yields rose while long-term yields remained broadly stable on Friday, prolonging the flattening trend observed this week as investors spoke of higher interest rates from the Federal Reserve following an inflation report and minutes before the last central bank Policy Meeting. What do the returns do? The yield on the ten-year US Treasury note of the benchmark …

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Preview: Wacky, bubbly Sixers want to stop industrious heat

This is The Bonus Series, a matchup of two Eastern Conference teams whose success stories for 2017-18 have mostly been written. The Philadelphia 76ers, who have emerged entirely from their "Process" days, have shown themselves a candidate of the future, based on the talent and potential of young stars Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons and Coach Brett Brown's chemistry with …

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Streaking Sixers focuses on Heat for the 1st round playoff series

BOX SCORE The Sixers bring their talents to South Beach. They will face Heat in the first round of the playoffs and compete at Wells Fargo Center on Saturday. <p class = "Canvas Atom Canvas Text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = "The Sixers (52-30) defeated the Bucks on Wednesday, 130-95, …

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Heat waves over the ocean have ballooned and ruined life in the sea

(Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UC San Diego) Heat waves over the oceans are getting longer and more frequent, damaging coral reefs and creating havoc for aquatic species. A study published in Nature Communications on Tuesday found a 54 percent increase in the number of days heat waves have been cooking the oceans since 1925. The rise of these sea heat …

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The heat waves in the ocean have risen by more than 50% since 1925 Inhabitat

Ocean heatwaves have risen by 54 percent since 1925 and pose a major threat to aquatic ecosystems. Researchers have outlined the causes and effects of underwater heatwaves and their future implications in a study published in the journal Nature Communications the oceans are described. According to the researchers, "These trends are largely due to an increase in mean sea temperatures, …

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Deadly marine heat waves increase in both time and frequency

In 2015, Southern California waters became very strange. Pacific Ocean temperatures were up 10 degrees Fahrenheit above average as an unprecedented warming trend spanned Alaska to Mexico. It was a real sea heat wave. In a study published Tuesday in the journal Nature Communications researchers concluded that since 1925, the number of ocean currents days has increased by over 50 …

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Marine heat waves are getting hotter, longer and more frequent

10th April (UPI) – Heat waves are most often considered land impacts, but the long periods of extremely high temperatures also affect the ocean. New research indicates that marine heatwaves are getting hotter and more frequent for longer. When researchers in Australia and Canada analyzed the heatwave patterns of the oceans between 1925 and 2016, they found an increase in …

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