KEEPING SCORE: Germany’s DAX rose 0.8 percent to 12,701 and France’s CAC 40 advanced 0.7 percent to 5,516. London’s FTSE 100 gained 0.7 percent to 7,716. On Wall Street, the future for the Dow Jones industrial average was 0.3 percent higher and that for the Standard Poor’s 500 index was up 0.2 percent..

Some people reckon a super secretive US government department called the National Security Agency or NSA is to blame. One of the things they do is go through computer and phone software to find mistakes they could use to spy on people. Once found, the NSA holds onto them to use later.

Naomi is a member of the Leadership Montgomery Class of 2011, a board member of Women Business Owners of Montgomery County and a founding member of Rehab Practice Owners Network. In 2005, she joined Dimensions Healthcare System as Director of Public Relations. In 2007, she was promoted to Vice President of Public Affairs and Government Relations for Dimensions Healthcare System..

So what you get then is a long row of ending lines, which are numbered from left to right as you would expect. Kings Cross is a bit of an oddity, as platforms 1 to 11 were in place, then they added another platform onto the start, all of a sudden, platform 1 was the second platform from the left, so rather than renumber everything, and cause chaos for the technicians, train station staff etc. They just numbered the new one as 0, and left the other numbers as they were..

The new Franklin LibertyQT Emerging Markets Index ETF (CAD) bears the memorable ticker symbol FLEM, and will allow Franklin Templeton to play catch up to long established Emerging Markets ETFs from rivals BlackRock Canada (iShares) and Vanguard Canada.Franklin Templeton has long had an Emerging Markets mutual fund, famously managed until last year by globetrotting fund manager Mark Mobius, who retires on Jan. 31 after a 30 year career with the company. Franklin Templeton once had a closed end version of the fund but it was closed down in September of 2001, a company spokesman said.FLEM is a four factor Beta ETF: the single biggest at 50 per cent is a quality screen, along with 30 per cent value, 10 per cent momentum and 10 per cent low volatility.

This ambiguity in signalling emotion can lead to an increased risk of aggression and injuries for both humans and animals. This raises serious concerns for activities such as wildlife tourism where humans closely interact with wild animals. Simple exposure to pictures of macaques’ facial expressions improved the ability of inexperienced participants to better discriminate neutral and distressed faces, and a trend was found for aggressive faces.