The New York Stock Exchange rose to a new record high Friday night, driven by the discourse of the future president of the U.S. Federal Reserve. Wall Street continued its race record Friday, the Dow Jones and the S&P 500 ended at new highs, still powered by the invigorating about the one to take the …
Robert Karlsson and Kevin Stadler (12) enjoyed a second day barely disturbed by the weather to finish their two rounds Friday and lead the OHL at Mayakoba Classic.
After being ubiquitous on the first day of the OHL at Mayakoba Classic, Mexican weather golfers have saved for a second day just stopped 26 minutes. Swede Robert Karlsson and American Kevin Stadler took the opportunity to propel leading the tournament by finishing their two rounds, only 27 of their colleagues were also successful. The Scandinavian played his 36 holes Friday morning including exceptional which allowed him to be one moment alone with a map of 63 despite a waterlogged course. “I had a good set of irons and I took important putts. I gave myself a lot of chances for birdies and I entered, Karlsson explained. It is very wet, he added. It’s amazing that we can play with all that fell in recent days. This is proof that the course is in very good condition.” Invited by a sponsor last week at McGladrey Classic, the golfer with the triple crown is its presence in Mexico with his brilliant Top 10 in Georgia.
The South Americans at the forefront
Kevin Stadler, too, managed a card of 63, but the afternoon. He came close to 25 minutes as the American can not finish his second round, but luck seems to be on the winning side of the Johnnie Walker Classic in 2006. “I did not really want to get up again at 4:00 am, admitted the bulky golfer Nevada.
On the eve of the presidential election, Sunday, November 17, the issue in Chile is not who will win, but if the Socialist Michelle Bachelet, heavily favored in the polls, will win or not in the first turn.
The candidate of the New Majority, center left, why should meet more than 50% of the vote, which was not produced in the country since 1993. Polls give him between 47% and 53.5% of the vote, far ahead of its main rival, the candidate of the right, Evelyn Matthei (between 14% to 21%). A total of nine candidates are running.
Chileans are also called to renew the entire House of Representatives and half the Senate. Since 2011, voting is not compulsory registration of 13 million voters on the electoral roll is automatic. In the municipal elections of October 2012, abstention reached 60%.
A enduring popularity
At 62, Michelle Bachelet is seeking a new presidential term. She was the first female head of state in the history of Chile, between 2006 and 2010. Charismatic and warm, his popularity has never been denied, although it has not kept its promises of a “fairer country, without exclusion or discrimination” when she was in power.
The New Majority coalition is the successor of the Consultation, which ruled for twenty years after Chile’s return to democracy in 1990, for the first time, the historic rally of the Communist Party (PC).
For forty years that it did not participate in any government since that of former Socialist President Salvador Allende, overthrown by General Augusto Pinochet (1973-1990).