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continue reading » According to a Wells Fargo research report, robots will eliminate 200,000 jobs in the banking industry within the next 10 years.These numbers seem astounding and mind-boggling. However, the robot overhaul has been in motion for some time. While others use the term “robots,” it’s fair to say that this also refers to artificial intelligence, advanced technology and sophisticated software.Like many business sectors, banks are under siege from a confluence of factors working against them. The current trend of low and negative interest rates is an anathema to their business model. When rates are too low, the banks’ margins are squeezed so tight that it’s hard for them to turn a profit. Lending is the cash-cow division for most banks. When this area is under pressure, it doesn’t bode well for the bottom line.Banks are worried about a myriad of other factors, including how the decade-long stock market surge will end—in a mild recession or something far worse. Fears of a possible recession may curtail future business. Trade and tariff wars, nasty politics, Brexit, climate control, FinTech disruptors, low trading volumes, a recent poor slate of controversial IPOs and geopolitical uncertainty and tensions all take their toll. ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
Advertisement Metro Sport ReporterSunday 28 Jun 2020 11:21 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link385Shares Advertisement Mikel Arteta is having a difficult time as Arsenal manager (Picture: Getty Images)Arsenal legend Ray Parlour has called on the club’s board to back Mikel Arteta in the transfer market and take a gamble in the hope of returning to the Champions League.The Gunners have struggled since the Premier League restart, losing to Manchester City and Brighton, although they did return to winning ways against Southampton on Thursday.Hopes of a return to the Champions League next season are slim, with Arsenal ninth in the table and nine points behind Wolves in fifth place.Parlour believes that his former club are in something of a downward spiral and it needs to be brought to a halt by spending money over the summer.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTThe England international feels Arteta is proving himself to be a good manager, but he needs the support of the club to make a success of the job.‘Arsenal need to get back into the Champions League by spending more money and taking more of a gamble as a club,’ said Parlour.‘Arteta has done everything right so far, but now it is up to the club to back him.‘The lower you get and the more ambition the other teams get then it is going to be difficult for Arsenal to challenge again.’More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityArsenal confirmed a contract extension for David Luiz last week, keeping the defender at the club until the end of next season and Parlour believes this proves a lack of ambition from the board as the Brazilian is not up to the required standard.‘He makes too many mistakes and at 33 he is not going to learn,’ Parlour continued. ‘You have to look a little bit higher than David Luiz.‘He could be a squad player and you could play him as a holding midfielder.‘He has got a range of passing and you know if you make a mistakes there you have centre-halves behind you, that could be a role for him.’Arsenal are in FA Cup action on Sunday, taking on Sheffield United in the quarter-finals at Bramall Lane.MORE: Chelsea handed Ben Chilwell boost as Ajax confirm Arsenal transfer target can goMORE: David Luiz took huge pay cut so Arsenal could complete Pablo Mari & Cedric Soares transfersFollow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.For more stories like this, check our sport page. Comment Arsenal must take a gamble and back Mikel Arteta in the transfer market, says Ray Parlour
Press Association The 24-year-old, operating at the base of a midfield diamond, dictated the high tempo demanded by manager Van Gaal and also broke up QPR’s attacking play on the rare occasions they made it over the halfway line. Blind knows Van Gaal well from their time together with the Dutch national team. From the outside the former Holland coach seems a blunt, authoritarian figure, but Blind says the 63-year-old is just an honest man who should not be criticised for giving his opinions in a straightforward manner. “He is not frightening – he is just honest,” Blind said. “That can be frightening, but I like it. “He is very honest to everybody. He knows what he wants and he knows his philosophy. “He can bring that to the players and he can make a team with everybody in. “I have really learned a lot from Van Gaal and I like working under him. “He has helped me a lot and I hope to continue learning from him. “I think he can make me a better player in terms of positioning, where to stand and tactics in games because midfield is an important position to play and I hope I can get better at it every day.” Van Gaal handed Blind his Holland debut in February 2013 and he became a regular in the national team through to the World Cup finals, where the Oranje finished third. Van Gaal attributed Holland’s success to a strong team spirit within the camp, and he has set about trying to establish a similar sense of unity within a United squad which contains six new signings. “Everybody wants to fight for each other and I think we saw that in the QPR game,” Blind said. “Everyone wants to give the ball to each other. I like to play in this squad. “When I came here there was a really warm welcome and I felt directly good in the team. “Also, Robin (van Persie) helped me a lot because I know him from the Dutch squad but I got help also from the other guys who came in straight away. “That is a good start for everybody if you want to work for each other.” Blind counts his father, former Holland defender Danny Blind, as a big influence on his career too. “He helps me always,” Blind said of his father, who was at the QPR game. “I always call him after a game to discuss the game, so I am curious what he says to me.” Having been at Ajax since he was eight years old, Blind admits getting used to the frenetic pace of the Barclays Premier League will take some time. “I think the Premier League is a higher level and it is a higher speed in the game,” he said. “It was a higher tempo and I can feel that also in my legs, but I can play 90 minutes. “Against QPR it was different because I had a lot of space and that was nice for me.” Daley Blind thinks Louis van Gaal’s brutally honest ways will help him become a much better player. With all the focus on Angel di Maria and Radamel Falcao, Blind’s contribution to Manchester United’s 4-0 win over QPR on Sunday largely flew under the radar. The Holland international, who moved to Old Trafford from Ajax on deadline day, easily slotted into the United starting XI.
Fire danger is on Dave Roberts’ mind as Dodgers head to San Francisco THE 2018 WORLD SERIES SCHEDULE(Times listed are scheduled first pitch.)Tuesday, Oct. 23, Game 1: Dodgers at Red Sox, 5:09 p.m. | TV: FOXWednesday, Oct. 24, Game 2: Dodgers at Red Sox, 5:09 p.m. | TV: FOXFriday, Oct. 26, Game 3: Red Sox at Dodgers, 5:09 p.m. | TV: FOX How Dodgers pitcher Ross Stripling topped the baseball podcast empire Note: Broadcast air times are 4:30 p.m. for every game except Game 5 (5 p.m.)More Dodgers coverage | Dodgers team pageRelated Articles Dodgers hit seven home runs, sweep Colorado Rockies Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error Cody Bellinger homer gives Dodgers their first walkoff win of season Dodgers’ Max Muncy trying to work his way out of slow start Saturday, Oct. 27: Game 4: Red Sox at Dodgers, 5:09 p.m. | TV: FOXSunday, Oct. 28, Game 5*: Red Sox at Dodgers, 5:15 p.m. | TV: FOXTuesday, Oct. 30, Game 6*: Dodgers at Red Sox, 5:09 p.m. | TV: FOXWednesday, Oct. 31, Game 7*: Dodgers at Red Sox, 5:09 p.m. | TV: FOX*if necessary
Unfortunately, when your a hard-nosed defenceman, known for his on-the-edge play, like Darnel St. Pierre sometimes there’s a bulleye on your back.Which maybe explains why the 19-year-old St. Pierre is serving a two-game set for too many “hit to the head” penalties.However, the former Revelstoke Grizzlies star will be back on the blueline for Sunday’s afternoon home tilt against the Spokane Braves at 2:30 p.m. in the NDCC Arena.And that game can’t some soon enough for a Green and White team needing all defencemen on deck for the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League stretch run.While watching his Leaf teammates on the ice last week, the Nelson Leaf captain sat down with The Nelson Daily.com Sports Editor Bruce Fuhr for the latest installment of the Nelson Home Building Centre Leafs Player Profile of the Week.Nelson Home Building Centre Leafs Player Profile of the WeekDarnel St. PierreAge: 19Born: Kelowna, BCHeight: 6-feetWeight: 175 poundsYears in Hockey: 15Hometown: Kelowna, BCFavorite NHL Player: Kris Letang, Pittsburgh PenguinsFavorite NHL Team: Colorado AvalancheKIJHL Stats: 129 games, 27 goals, 65 assists, 157 points, 270 penalty minutesFavorite Music: Hip-hop, RapPre-Game Meal: mainly pasta Biggest accomplishment in hockey: Named captain of the Nelson LeafsWork: Warehouse OneNickname: Saint or DSPOther interests: Working out, spending time with friends and family and playing video gamesTwitter, Facebook, Instagram: All threeThe Nelson Daily: What type of player would you classify yourself?Darnel St. Pierre: I think I’m a hard-working, two-way defenceman. I like to scores some goals . . . creates opportunities and shut down the other teams top players while playing a responsible game.TND: What are your individual goals, this season and beyond?DSP: Individual goals? Hopefully be names top defenceman of this (Neil Murdoch) division if not the league. Help the (Leafs) obviously win the Cyclone Taylor Championship and beyond this season get a scholarship somewhere in hockey to continue my career.TND: What attracted you to come to Nelson?DSP: I requested a trade to Nelson (during the offseason). My mom is from (Nelson). Nelson teams are obviously very good as well Nelson hosting the Cyclone Taylor had some factor in my decision. Just figured I might as well try it out playing for Nelson.TND: Being the captain of the Leafs comes a lot of responsibility and added pressures. How do you cope with that pressure?DSP: Pressure is doing what is right because the guys won’t listen to you if you doing the opposite of what you’re saying in the room. So I need to make sure I’m that I’m using my head out on the ice all the time and really thinking while I’m playing.TND: Nelson has done with five defenceman most of the season and still ranks as one of the better defensive teams in the KIJHL. What has been the secret of this success?DSP: We’ve some really talented defencemen here. Any one of our defencemen could probably be the top one or two D-men on any other team in the league. There’s really a lot of skill with this unit, but our forwards help us out and we’ve been working a lot on our D-zone coverage lately, which has helped a lot.TND: The Leafs lost Cole Arcuri right before the roster deadline. How big of a loss is that for this team?DSP: It leaves a pretty big hole with only having five defencemen right now. He was a big part of this team. I loved playing with Cole myself . . .. At such a young age Cole was able to carry a pretty big responsibility with the team so it’s tough to lose him. But it’s great for him moving up to Junior A. Still we’ll find a way to replace him, whether it’s more minutes for us, but it’s a tough loss for sure.TND: Is the team upset that Cole left?DSP: No, not at all. Cole is a good guy, a good friend and I’m just happy to see him move up to Junior A. I rather Cole not get stuck down in here with all the talent he’s got.
Tyler Baze1371322219%41%$770,361 RECORD SPEAKS FOR UNBEATEN CHAMP NYQUIST RELAXED OM IS READY TO GO IN GRADE II ARCADIA ‘TANGO’ DANCES TWO TURNS AGAIN IN SANTA MARIASANTA ANITA JOCKEYS DEFEAT HOLY ANGELS, 43-34 SANTA ANITA STATISTICS Peter Eurton47714715%60%$563,560 Philip D’Amato6715111222%57%$856,120 Rafael Bejarano12728271122%52%$1,338,620 Santiago Gonzalez13825201418%43%$1,023,544 Flavien Prat11620151617%44%$1,299,848 Doug O’Neill9413151714%48%$682,087 Peter Miller6793713%28%$335,020 Tiago Pereira523746%27%$213,429 Fernando Perez1021071710%33%$539,209 J. Keith Desormeaux2652619%50%$153,280 Alonso Quinonez544837%28%$198,230 Jack Carava1942121%37%$91,620 Gary Stevens3866316%39%$801,605 Bob Baffert581371022%52%$1,036,855 Joseph Talamo11815151613%39%$743,114 (Current Through Thursday, Feb. 11) Alex Solis1630319%38%$193,613 Steve Knapp2041220%35%$138,140 Abel Lezcano3541211%20%$170,905 Richard Baltas5798516%39%$689,044 Agapito Delgadillo4885617%40%$198,557 Mario Gutierrez11011201510%42%$771,191 Kent Desormeaux50712514%48%$656,490 Victor Espinoza443837%32%$492,305 J. Eric Kruljac2342517%48%$91,100 Jerry Hollendorfer80861210%33%$631,381 William Spawr2265327%64%$159,227 NYQUIST MAKES THREE-YEAR-OLD DEBUT ON MONDAY Nyquist is the Rodney Dangerfield of Thoroughbreds. He gets no respect, no respect at all. Critics say his time is too slow and his numbers are too low.Doug O’Neill, of course, isn’t on board. He trains the unbeaten champion two-year-old male of 2015, winner of an Eclipse Award in that category and the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile in his last start on Oct. 31, his third straight Grade I victory and his fourth graded stakes win from five career starts.Still, there are three horses listed ahead of him in Daily Racing Form’s Derby Watch as the countdown dwindles below 72 hours for the son of Uncle Mo’s three-year-old debut in Monday’s Grade II San Vicente Stakes at seven furlongs.“We’re just eager to see him compete at a high level on Monday and let that speak for itself,” said O’Neill, not in the least nonplussed by naysayers. “That’s what I love about this game, though; everyone has an opinion.“I don’t always agree with people. Whenever you read something negative about your own horses, it’s like somebody saying something about your family members, so it does make you pause for a bit, but if he runs a big race Monday, we can write our own story.“I actually don’t mind flying under the radar. I just want to keep flying.”O’Neill’s stance is remindful of Lincoln’s when he told members of his Cabinet who criticized Grant for over-imbibing:“I’m going to find out what he drinks and give it to all my Generals.”In addition to the attractive racing card, Santa Anita will celebrate Presidents’ Day with another of its popular Dollar Days. Draft beers, hot dogs and sodas will be available for a buck apiece. First post time is 12:30 p.m. Admission gates open at 10:30 a.m.OM, BOLO IN GRADE II ARCADIA STAKES SATURDAYOm has been a gem of consistency in a career of 10 races, winning five, with one second and two thirds for Dan Hendricks, who trains the four-year-old son of Munnings for the Sareen Family Trust.Om is the 7-5 morning line second choice to continue his steady run in Saturday’s Grade II Arcadia Stakes at a mile on grass, a race Hendricks hopes will lead to the Grade I, $400,000 Frank E. Kilroe Mile on March 12.“He’s been progressing since he came back last year, and I look forward to our mile turf races this year,” Hendricks said. “I think he’ll fit real well. He can be on the lead or just off it. The way he’s finally matured and started relaxing really helps him.“He’s either going to be way out in front, or just a little in front, because we can keep up as much as Gary (Stevens) wants.“We’ll be close to Obviously. It’s a matter of how they go the first part. The two of us are definitely the speed of the race, and it will be interesting to see how Om does against a classy older horse like Obviously.“It will be a different type of race for Om.”Meanwhile, Carla Gaines is hopeful that Bolo runs to his works in the Arcadia, his first race since last July 4 in the Grade I Belmont Derby. The four-year-old Temple City colt won the Eddie Logan at one mile last Dec. 27.“He’s been away but he’s had some good works,” Gaines said. “He went through the whole Triple Crown thing, traveling and what-not, so we freshened him up and he’s back.”Bolo was third in the Santa Anita Derby and an eventful 12th in the Kentucky Derby before winning an allowance race at Santa Anita last May 29.The Arcadia field: Om, Gary Stevens, 7-5; Cape Wolfe, Rafael Bejarano, 6-1; Yes Yes Yes, Brice Blanc, 20-1; Bolo, Flavien Prat, 4-1; and Obviously, Mike Smith, 6-5.Big Cazanova and Prospect Park were scratched.TARA’S TANGO STRETCHES OUT IN SANTA MARIATara’s Tango was third by a neck in the seven furlong Santa Monica Stakes on Jan. 23, but Jerry Hollendorfer is optimistic that the four-year-old daughter of Unbridled’s Song can successfully go two turns when she runs in Saturday’s Grade II Santa Maria Stakes for older fillies and mares at 1 1/16 miles.The Hall of Fame trainer bases that faith on his filly’s game second by a nose to StellarWind in the Grade II Summertime Oaks at 1 1/16 miles at Santa Anita last June.Trained by John Sadler, Stellar Wind would go on to earn an Eclipse Award as outstanding older female of 2015.“We feel she can stretch out, based on her second to Stellar Wind,” Hollendorfer said.The Santa Maria: Star Act, Tyler Baze, 15-1; Gas Total, Flavien Prat, 6-1; Birdatthewire, Mike Smith,5-2; Big Break, Edwin Maldonado, 20-1; Kyriaki, Rafael Bejarano, 12-1; Living the Life, Gary Stevens, 6-1; Yahilwa, Joe Talamo, 7-2; and Tara’s Tango, Martin Garcia, 2-1.BONNET LEADS SANTA ANITA JOCKEYS WITH 17 POINTSSanta Anita’s jockeys led from start to finish in last night’s 49th annual charity basketball game against Holy Angels Elementary School at La Salle High School in Pasadena, winning 43-34 under the direction of Coach Kurt Hoover of TVG.“We led throughout and were always in control,” said Hoover, coaching the riders for the 15th consecutive year. The riders led at halftime, 28-15.Newcomer Chester Bonnet led the riders with 17 points, followed by Drayden Van Dyke with 11; Kent Desormeaux’s son, Josh, with seven; Omar Figueroa with four; and Kent and Edwin Maldonado with two each.Kayla Stra, Tiago Pereira and Bruno Panicucci played but did not score.“It could not have been any better,” said Nancy Dollase, who chaired the event for the ninth straight year. “It was a packed house. We’re looking forward to our 50th next year.”Proceeds benefit Holy Angels athletic program, the Permanently Disabled Jockeys Fund and the Eye on Jacob Foundation. The game was sponsored by Thoroughbred owner J. Paul Reddam’s CashCall and Santa Anita Park.FINISH LINES: Leading rider Rafael Bejarano has been suspended three days (Feb. 21, 25 and 26) for careless riding on All That Heat in Sunday’s first race . . . Prospect Park, winner of the Grade III La Jolla Handicap last August, was scratched from Saturday’s Grade II Arcadia Stakes at one mile on turf to run in an allowance race at a mile and a sixteenth on the main track Sunday in preparation for his major goal, the $1 million Santa Anita Handicap on March 12. “Sunday’s race is ideal for his comeback,” said Cliff Sise Jr., who trains the son of Tapit for owners/breeders Marty and Pam Wygod. “We’re trying to set him up for the Santa Anita Handicap. He’s training well. I don’t want Sunday’s race to take a lot out of him, but I want him to run good, too.” . . . Gary Sherlock has Lost Bus ticketed for the $100,000 Irish O’Brien Stakes at about 6 ½ furlongs down the hillside turf course on March 19. “There’s the Grade III Las Flores the next day, but it’s also $100,000, so I may as well run her against Cal-breds for the same purse,” the trainer reasoned . . . Richard Baltas had every confidence Jose Verenzuela could get the job on 7-1 shot Tale of Papa Nick in Thursday’s fifth race, and he was right. The five-year-old California-bred daughter of Papa Clem hadn’t raced since last Aug. 28, but won the $58,000 allowance race at about 6 ½ furlongs on the hillside turf course by a comfortable 2 ½ lengths for owner/breeder Nick Cafarchia. “Jose had been working the horse and I told him she had some issues in the gate,” Baltas said. “He did the right thing. You’ve got to ride those hungry guys.” . . . Agent Tony Matos has Martin Garcia booked to ride Sham Stakes winner Collected for Bob Baffert in the Southwest Stakes at Oaklawn Park on Monday . . . Hall of Fame jockey and three-time Kentucky Derby winner Kent Desormeaux and his wife, 31-year-old jockey Rosie Higgins, have 5,713 career wins between them, thanks to Rosie’s first-ever victory from only her fourth mount in Thursday’s second race aboard favored Blue Law ($4.40) for trainer Bob Hess Jr. “I wasn’t worried,” Rosie said. “I just didn’t want them to close the door on me. Last time, I hung in there and Kent told me, ‘Don’t be hanging there too long,’ but this time, I knew I had enough horse. My very first race, I was stuck back there for a bit, but I knew I had horse this time. He just exploded (winning by three lengths). Hopefully, this helps my career a little bit. I understand that I’m new, still green and what trainers think, too, because I’ve been in that situation. Hopefully, this builds my career and I keep moving up.” Kent, meanwhile, played second fiddle Thursday despite his 5,712 career wins. “Just call me Mr. Higgins,” he said. David Lopez1062081619%42%$594,216 George Papaprodromou2552520%48%$120,730 Carla Gaines2942214%28%$291,760 Brayan Pena2530312%24%$60,495 Brice Blanc3032710%40%$367,895 Martin Garcia66106815%36%$584,114 Jeff Bonde2162329%52%$143,340 Mike Smith5674813%34%$844,580 John Sadler4466414%36%$317,115 Edwin Maldonado95178918%36%$650,520 Steven Miyadi3257516%53%$179,434 JockeyMts1st2nd3rdWin%ITM%Money Won Mark Glatt4856210%27%$263,940 Patrick Gallagher2152524%57%$419,688 Vladimir Cerin2171233%48%$190,780 Drayden Van Dyke82881110%33%$510,219 Kristin Mulhall2452221%38%$218,645 Ron Ellis2042220%40%$128,810 TrainerSts1st2nd3rdWin%ITM%Money Won Jose Verenzuela1631219%38%$95,015 Martin Pedroza5264312%25%$161,605