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LONDON So strong is the belief in the growth momentum of the global economy as it enters the second half of 2017, the point has been reached in the economic cycle where data not meeting expectations is dismissed as an aberration.

Flash purchasing managers’ indexes for services in Europe in June, for example, were weaker than anyone in a Reuters poll had predicted, but the market paid scant attention. “Way below expectations, but let’s not worry,” was the mantra.

Such economic Panglossianism – all for the best in the best of all worlds – is based on what seems to be a majority view among policymakers and economists that the world is enjoying a broad expansion.

“Faster growth this year reflects a synchronized improvement across both advanced and emerging market economies,” Brian Coulton, Fitch Ratings’ chief economist, wrote in an outlook projecting 2017 would have the fastest world growth – 2.9 percent – since 2010.

Backing up this view, central banks in the United States, euro zone and Britain are leaning toward tightening, albeit with a cacophony of mixed signals about when.

Financial markets are now pricing in a 90 percent chance of a euro zone rate hike by July next year, for example, to go with the Federal Reserve’s ongoing upward tweaks.

There are, however, some inconvenient trends out there that will need consideration in the second half.

First, there have been some signs of a dip in economic activity, while inflation remains, in most places, stubbornly nonchalant toward the huge monetary stimulus thrown at it.

The Citi Economic Surprise Index, which moves in tandem with data beating or underclubbing expectations, has plunged for the main industrial nations this year and is at negative levels not seen since 2011.

Real U.S. gross domestic product has been increasing, but the pace has been slower in each of the past two quarters up to the fairly slow annualized 1.4 percent in January-March.

A report by the Atlanta Fed suggests second quarter growth will bounce back – but as a result of stronger home sales, a reflection of cheap money, offsetting sluggish equipment and inventory investment.

Durable goods orders declined sharply and jobs growth slowed at their last readings.

In the euro zone, the overall picture is relatively positive with a current 1.9 percent year-on-year growth rate – but there are centers of trouble, such as in Italy, the bloc’s third largest economy. And while deflation may have gone, inflation is still below target.

The jobless rate is lower, but still above 9 percent (twice that for the young), consumer spending has been easing and wage growth is stubbornly slow.

China, meanwhile, has avoided the slowdown some feared. Indeed, factories grew at their quickest pace in three month in June.

But an official crackdown on excessive debt and shadow banking has been enough of a risk to economic stability to make the central bank cautious about taking further action, particularly ahead of this year’s Communist Party Congress.

In Japan, the government has raised its overall view of the economy because of growth in private consumption. But the latest data showed retail sales rising less than expected with slowing sales of durable goods and clothes.

Britain, facing the huge unknown of leaving the European Union, is a case unto itself, with plummeting consumer confidence.


None of this is to say that the world economy is not in good shape, with (non-British) consumer and business confidence generally rising.

There are “mixed signals”, David Folkerts-Landau, group chief economist at Deutsche Bank, wrote to clients, but these reflect “momentum softening in the margin, but still robust”.

But enough uncertainties exist for the Bank of International Settlements – the central bankers’ banker – to warn of risks ahead from a turning financial cycle, unmanageable household debt, and weak productivity growth among others.

These are hard to track, but there will be a number of data spot-checks in the coming week.

Full purchasing manager indexes and equivalents such as Japan’s Tankan will show whether manufacturing and services growth is keeping up with expectations or succumbing to a mild slowdown.

Germany, France and Britain will also release their latest industrial output numbers.

Finally, the end of the week brings the U.S. non-farm payrolls data for June. The number of new jobs is expected to rise from May’s release, but still reflect a much lower pace of job creation than at the beginning of the year.

In addition to the numbers, there will be talk. The Group of 20 nations meets in Berlin at the end of the week – seeking some kind of unity with U.S. President Donald Trump to keep things going through the second half and beyond.

(Editing by Alison Williams)

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The construction wharf of what will be the largest lock in the world: the Deurganck lock at the port of Antwerp

With a length of 500m and a width of 68m the surface of this new lock is exactly the same as the present largest lock, the Berendrecht lock (also at the port of Antwerp) but this one will be able to handle vessels with a draught of 17.5m compared to 13,5 at the Berendrecht lock.

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750000 cbm of concrete will be needed which is produced at a rate of 1500 up to 3500 cbm per day.

10000 tons of steel sheet piling
53000 tons of steel concrete reinforcing rods
22000 tons of construction steel for the lock gates and bridges

For the construction of the lock, a total of 4 500 000 cbm of earth had to be moved at a rate of 20000 up to 35000cbm per day with 20 dumpertrucks.

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construction started on 24 October 2011 and will be finished on 24 May 2016

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Soil scientist Jim Ippolito believes in local solutions to local problems. The problem he’s working on is contaminated soils near abandoned mines.

In the western United States 160,000 abandoned mines contaminate soils in the region. Ippolito, associate professor of soil science at Colorado State University, hopes to solve this problem with biochar, a charcoal-like substance that can reduce the toxic consequences of mining for metals.

Biochar is made by burning plant material in a low-oxygen kiln. Ippolito proposes using western states plant materials such as dead lodge pole pine trees or pesky, nuisance trees — like the invasive tamarisk — as fodder for the kiln.

“I thought, why don’t we just use this stuff to make biochar?” said Ippolito. “It’s using local materials to solve a local problem.”

Abandoned mine sites are common in western states. Over the years, extracting precious metals like gold or silver left a legacy of high acidity in mining-affected soils.

“When you dig holes in the ground via mining and pull out rock that hasn’t seen the atmosphere in millions of years, the materials undergo a change,” said Ippolito. “These materials can start to acidify.”

When certain rock minerals are exposed to the atmosphere, they can form sulfuric acid. The sulfuric acid spreads like an infection, breaking down rocks around it. Some of these rocks contain heavy metals, like lead or copper, and most of the time the metals are harmless. The heavy metals turn into a problem when they become bioavailable — or when plants are able absorb them. Sulfuric acid makes metals more bioavailable to plants by releasing metals from rocks.

“A good analogy would be that the process sort of works just like the way our stomach acid works to break down food into components that are bioavailable to us,” said Ippolito.

The bioavailable heavy metals can pass into plant cell membranes and poison the plant. “You’ll find places near abandoned mines that are completely void of vegetation because of elevated bioavailable metals,” said Ippolito.

Most people cleaning up old mine sites mix lime into the soil to reduce acidity. Less acidity in the soil means less opportunity for plants to absorb heavy metals, because the metals change form from more to less bioavailable in the presence of lime.

Instead of lime, Ippolito wants to use biochar to reduce soil acidity. Biochar is typically produced by heating plant material in a sealed environment. “Basically you take wood, put it into a drum, seal it, and start a fire underneath it,” said Ippolito. “The material that’s left in the drum looks like charcoal.”

The research on the uses of biochar is extensive: it’s been tested as a water purifier, a fertilizer, a carbon sink and more. Ippolito’s biochar is special because it’s made from local trees that pose problems in western states. One of the trees is the lodge pole pine. Mountain pine beetles have decimated millions of acres of the lodge pole pine in western states and Canada. Rows and rows of trees lay like matchsticks. In dry regions, felled pines are a tinderbox for forest fires. Ippolito said making something useful from flammable, wasted trees can only be a good thing. He’s also proposing using tamarisk as a biochar feedstock. Tamarisk is an invasive species in western states. It clogs watersheds, robbing nutrients and water from native species.

The researchers made biochar from both trees and mixed it into four different soils from abandoned mine sites in Colorado and Idaho. They analyzed the bioavailability of the metals present in the soil. Both biochar types decreased soil acidity in all four soils. The biochar successfully interrupted the toxic combination of acidified soils and heavy metals, converting those metals to less bioavailable forms.

Ippolito’s next step is to take his locally-sourced biochar into the field. He said he’s ready to put it to use. “I’ve spent at least a decade testing biochars in the lab and greenhouse,” he said. “It’s finally time to apply the biochar to some mine sites.” Ippolito is working with the USDA Agricultural Research Service to test the biochar on a western U.S. mine site as well as in Missouri.

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Wall Street falls as bank stocks skid, oil dips | Reuters

Wall Street falls as bank stocks skid,

By Sweta Singh and Tanya Agrawal


U.S. stocks were down on Wednesday as financials tumbled after JPMorgan and Bank of America hinted at revenue weakness in the current quarter and oil prices fell to a three-week low.


JPMorgan (JPM.N) blamed lower volatility for the decline in trading revenue, while Bank of America (BAC.N) said trading revenue in the second quarter was on track to be 10-12 percent lower than last year.


Measures of market volatility are at rock-bottom, hitting trading desks at big banks. The U.S. stock market’s main gauge of investor anxiety .VIX closed at its lowest level in over two decades on May 8.


“There is a choppy sideways market due to the fact that fundamentals are largely unchanged and expectations of market friendly policies in the U.S. are being pushed to 2018,” said Stephen Wood, chief market strategist, North America, Russell Investments.


Financials, which have largely outperformed the broader market on bets of fiscal stimulus and simpler banking regulations under President Donald Trump, are on track to decline 0.7 percent so far this year.



JPMorgan (JPM.N) was down 2 percent on Wednesday. Goldman Sachs (GS.N) fell 3 percent and was the biggest drag on the Dow. Bank of America (BAC.N) was down 2.5 percent.


Adding to the pressure, oil prices fell as rising Libyan production fueled concerns that OPEC-led output cuts are being undermined by several countries that are excluded from the deal. [O/R]


“With oil also down, the thoughts of an economic slowdown start to come up in people’s minds and has created a pause in the market euphoria,” said Andre Bakhos, managing director at Janlyn Capital in Bernardville, New Jersey.



Seven of the 11 major S&P sectors were lower, with the financial index’s .SPSY 1.13 percent fall leading the decliners.


At 12:31 a.m. ET, the Dow Jones Industrial Average .DJI was down 30.8 points, or 0.15 percent, at 20,998.67, the S&P 500 .SPX was down 5.1 points, or 0.21 percent, at 2,407.81 and the Nasdaq Composite index .IXIC was down 16.44 points, or 0.26 percent, at 6,186.75.


Shares of Michael Kors (KORS.N) fell 9.9 percent to $32.69 after the luxury fashion retailer gave a bleak full-year forecast and said it would shut more than 100 full-price retail stores in the next two years.



Mallinckrodt (MNK.N) was down 1.4 percent at $43.04, after sources said the drugmaker is exploring a sale of its generic drug unit, in a deal that could fetch as much as $2 billion.


Analog Devices (ADI.O) rose 2.5 percent to $86.91 after the chipmaker’s quarterly results came in above expectations.


Declining issues outnumbered advancers on the NYSE by 1,706 to 1,122, for a 1.52-to-1 ratio on the downside. On the Nasdaq, 1,678 issues fell and 1,057 advanced for a 1.59-to-1 ratio favoring decliners.


The S&P 500 index showed 28 new 52-week highs and 11 new lows, while the Nasdaq recorded 82 new highs and 70 new lows.


(Reporting by Sweta Singh; Additional reporting by Yashaswini Swamynathan; Editing by Saumyadeb Chakrabarty)


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