Mittwoch, 30. Juni 2010

Glückliche Familie: 40.000 bei Ruhr-in-Love!

40.000 Raver feiern achte Ruhr-in-Love im OlgaPark Oberhausen

Es war nicht nur eine der buntesten, sondern auch eine der sonnigsten Ausgaben von RuhrinLove: Bei 30 Grad und strahlend blauem Himmel trafen sich am vergangenen Samstag 40.000 Besucher zum elektronischen Familienfest im Oberhausener OlgaPark. 300 DJs und LiveActs präsentierten auf 35 Open- Air-Floors, was die elektronische Musikszene so einzigartig macht: Freude, Toleranz, Miteinander.

Das Konzept von Ruhr-in-Love ist noch immer außergewöhnlich. Rund 80 Clubs, Labels, Veranstalter, Magazine und Internetportale kreieren 35 Open-Air-Floors und schaffen gemeinsam eine Party, deren LineUp mit über 300 Künstlern alle Stile elektronischer Musik vereint. Speziell auf die Floor-Dekoration wurde in diesem Jahr geachtet: Statt auf immer kraftvollere Soundanlagen zu setzen, engagierten die Floorpartner professionelle Designer. Das Resultat war eine bunte Partykulisse, die das ehemalige Zechengelände „OlgaPark“ zur Atmosphäre passend schmückte.

Ab 12.00 Uhr pulsierte der OlgaPark im Vierviertel-Takt. DJs aus ganz Deutschland und dem benachbarten Ausland begannen den für ihren Floor jeweils typischen Sound zu spielen. Durch neue Floor-Kollaborationen und –Premieren wuchs die stilistische Vielfalt nochmals an. Zwar bestand der Großteil der auftretenden Künstler aus Newcomern und lokalen Helden, doch auch einige Headliner wollten bei Ruhr-in-Love dabei sein. Auf dem Mixery-Square, dem größten Floor, überzeugten zum Beispiel weltweit bekannte Künstler wie Tocadisco (Köln), Felix Kröcher (Frankfurt), Tom Novy (Zürich) oder Sven Wittekind (Frankfurt).

Um 22.00 Uhr war im OlgaPark Schluss - nicht aber bei vielen der Partygäste. Auf 25 offiziellen „AfterParties“ in ganz Nordrhein-Westfalen konnte bis in den Sonntag weitergefeiert werden.

Euro, stock markets steady as banks borrow less than feared from ECB -

The euro and European stock markets strengthened slightly on relief that banks borrowed less than expected from the European Central Bank in its latest liquidity operation.

Published: 11:39AM BST 30 Jun 2010
The ECB lent banks €131.9bn (£107.7bn) in three-month funds on Wednesday in an auction that was seen by economists as a test of the sector's health.

With the amount below the €150bn-€250bn expected, concerns about bank finances which have rocked stock markets and weighed on euro this week were temporarily eased.
Europe's single currency rose nearly a cent against sterlng, with one pound buying €1.2248. London's FTSE 100 rose 0.7pc but remained below 5,000. German and French bourses were up 0.4pc and 0.5pc respectively.

Warning signal

The ECB said 171 banks borrowed funds at a flat rate of 1pc in the operation. High demand would have sent a warning signal since the ECB is charging a relatively high interest rate compared to market rates.

Banks in countries including Greece, Spain and Portugal are increasingly dependent on the ECB for funding as they struggle to borrow from others due to concerns over debt and public finances.

However, it was still the highest ever borrowed in a three-month operation.

Gilles Moec, an economist at Deutsche Bank, said: "It's definitely a good sign and means there is still some interbank lending occurring within the European money market.

"We still have to wait for tomorrow to get the full picture."

On Thursday bank will have to repay €442bn in 12-month funds - the one-year loan's were the ECB's first and introduced to fight the financial crisis last year. They are not set to be renewed.

Michael Schubert, economist at Commerzbank, said the borrowing of €131.9bn in three-month fund was a little bit "below expectations".

"Such low demand means there is a risk of interest rates rising higher," he said. The fear is liquidity supplies could drop sharply on Thursday, potentially putting upward pressure on interest rates.

Asian market fall

Asian markets fell for a second day on Wednesday in the face of mounting evidence that the recovery from the financial crisis is faltering.

The losses came after Wall Street fell 2.7pc to 9,870.30 overnight with a sharp fall in US consumer confidence in June raising doubts about growth in the world's biggest economy.

Japan's Nikkei 225 shed 188 points - or 1.96pc - to 9,382. Hong Kong's Hang Seng, South Korea's Kospi, and Australia's S&P/ASX 200 fell between 0.5pc and 1pc.

China’s stocks fell, sending the benchmark Shanghai Composite index down 1pc to a 14-month low of 2,398 on concern that policy tightening measures and the Europe debt crisis could hit growth. The index has fallen 23pc this quarter.

Bad economic newsflow from almost every corner of the world has cemented worries that the current strains facing Governments and banks could trigger a re-run of the panic of 2008, with traders selling all but the safest assets and depressing prices internationally.

Investors were faced with a downward revision of the outlook for China's economy by the Conference Board on Tuesday, poor jobs and trade figures from Japan, moves by the European Central Bank to scale back its emergency support for eurozone banks and protests in Greece against austerity measures.

Flight to safety

Tuesday's fall in equities coincided with a rush to buy bonds, which pushed the yield on the 10-year Treasury below 3pc, commodity prices, including gold, were depressed.

Royal Bank of Scotland strategist Andrew Roberts said he sensed a "Minsky moment" approaching - the point identified by economist Hyman Minsky when investors start to panic.

"We are seeing a snowball effect of negative news," he said. "It's all rather messy out there. In the last few days there has been a tangible shift from complacency to a realisation that maybe things aren't looking all that good.

"This is almost identical to two years ago – complacency giving way to the abundant risks out here."

David Owen of Jefferies said that concerns over the European withdrawal of its one-year funding remained the most immediate worry

"Banks are facing some €442bn of funding coming off, and the likelihood is that they have to tap the three-month window for a major chunk of that. The fear is that the ECB is trying to wean them off this support at one of the most difficult points."

Why house prices must fall by 28 per cent - Ian Cowie -

Ian Cowie
Ian Cowie joined The Daily Telegraph in 1986 and has been personal finance editor since 1989. He is @iancowie on Twitter.

A trivial increase in house prices this month has prompted speculation that the market may be stalling but prices would have to fall by 28 per cent from their current level to become affordable for first-time buyers.

Nationwide, Britain’s biggest building society, calculates that average house prices edged up by 0.1 per cent in June to stand about 3 per cent higher than they did at the start of the year. While the headline figure attracts most attention, Nationwide also measures affordability by measuring house prices as a multiple of gross or pre-tax earnings.

On that basis, housing remains far more expensive than the long term average. For example, Nationwide’s first-time buyers’ price/earnings ratio increased from 4.4 in the first quarter of this year to 4.6 in the second quarter.

In other words, the average first-time buyer now needs 4.4 years’ income before tax to buy the average first-time buyer’s home. That’s a tall order. To see just how steep it is, compare that figure with Nationwide’s average price/earnings ratio over more than the last quarter of a century of just 3.3.

So, by this measure of housing affordability, prices would have to fall by 28 per cent from the their current level to reach the long term average since 1983 for first-time buyers. While homeowners may be dismayed at the prospect of a major asset losing more than a quarter of its value, younger people might more reasonably regard such a reversion to the mean as a chance for them to escape from rented accommodation – and a good reason not to rush to buy now.

Any or all of three main factors could precipitate such a large change in house prices. Higher interest rates – now regarded as a question of ‘when’, rather than ‘if’; higher unemployment – ditto; and reduced mortgage availability; already a fact.

With inflation running well above Bank of England targets, however it is measured, and the coalition government determined to cut spending to reduce deficits, the only real question is whether higher interest rates or rising unemployment will be first to burst the housing bubble.

Housing analyst John Wriglesworth of the Wriglesworth Consultancy said: “First-time buyers who decide to proceed at present face a double difficulty of having to find higher income multiples than have been regarded as reasonably affordable in the past and being required to produce higher deposits if they want to fulfill their housing aspirations.”

As pointed out in this space before, it might be wiser for prospective first-time buyers to wait before they buy and save a bigger deposit while prices fall.

NHS 'quality standards' set out by Andrew Lansley -

NHS 'quality standards' set out by Andrew Lansley
Hospitals could lose their right to carry out certain procedures if they fail to meet a new set of NHS ''quality standards'' set out by Andrew Lansley, the Health Secretary.

Published: 3:15PM BST 30 Jun 2010
Hospitals will be punished if they fail to meet the 'quality standards'
Hospitals will be punished if they fail to meet the 'quality standards' Photo: GETTY IMAGES

Some 150 clinical areas will eventually have their own set of quality standards, with the first three published today covering dementia, blood clots and stroke.

The standards set out the type of care patients can expect and some timeframes for treatment.

Mr Lansley, who has scrapped several of Labour's key targets, including the guarantee of a GP appointment within 48 hours, insisted the new standards were not just another set of targets.

Speaking at the launch of the standards, which have been developed by the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (Nice), Mr Lansley said they were not mini-targets as they were ''evidence-based'' measures identified by the NHS itself.

''These are standards, not diktats. It is not politicians establishing these, I am not picking them out.

''If I started doing that, I would be distorting clinical standards.''

The announcement comes as a survey of 120 NHS managers found almost two-thirds believed Mr Lansley was wrong to drop targets.

The poll, from, found many thought axing targets was a step backwards.

The managers included practice managers and clinical directors.

Some 59 per cent said targets should stay, with some telling the site that there could be a return to long waiting lists for patients.

The latest standards from Nice are drawn from various sources, including existing Nice guidelines, and reports from the Royal Colleges, the Department of Health and the National Audit Office.

It will be up to local managers - or possibly GPs in the future - to check if the NHS is meeting them.

If trusts fail to reach the standards, they could face losing contracts to carry out services, such as stroke care, which could be commissioned from other hospitals instead.

It is unclear how data will be collected nationally so patients can assess whether standards are being met.

Dr Tim Kendall, who led development of the dementia standard, said it would help transform the experience of dementia patients but also support carers.

''Some carers suffer far more than they should. People with dementia effectively die while the person caring for them watches them disappear,'' he said.

The stroke standard sets out how patients can expect to receive a minimum of 45 minutes, five days a week, of therapies to help them improve, such as speech therapy or help with movement.

Customização de Chinelos - Sandália Indiana - Pap passo a passo - Fazer Artesanato

Customização de Chinelos


01 par de solados cor rosa
01 kit de botões para sandálias cor rosa We Care About – ref.: 852
04 argolas We Care About cor rosa – ref.: 855
18 contas com gliter cor rosa We Care About
02 contas quadradas cor roxa We Care About
3 m de fio encerado cor rosa
02 tiras de tecido com estampa caxemira com 1 m de comprimento, 7 cm de largura
Passo a passo:

1 – Passe 70 cm de fio encerado na conta quadrada, centralizando a conta.
2 – Coloque 01 conta com gliter de cada lado do fio e cruze os fios na 3ª conta. Dê continuidade ao trabalho seguindo a mesma sequência, até completar o total de 09 contas.
3 – Dê um nó, passe os fios pelo canudo do kit sandália e insira-os no furo da frente do solado, de cima para baixo.
4 – Divida os fios, passe o botão do kit sandálias e dê um nó, aproximando-o o mais perto possível da base. Corte e queime as pontas.
5 -Para as laterais, corte 30 cm de fio encerado e dobre-o ao meio. Com o auxílio de uma régua meça 9 cm, dê um nó, corte o excesso e queime as pontas, formando um laço.
6 – Passe o laço formado pelo botão do kit sandália, dobre as pontas do laço e insira-as no furo lateral do chinelo, de baixo para cima.
7 – Coloque a argola rosa e trance a argola na própria laçada.
8 – Repita os passos 5 ao 7, para a outra lateral.
9 – Passe a tira de tecido pela peça quadrada, centralizando-a. Depois passe cada ponta da tira por uma das argolas.
10 – Repita os passos 1 ao 9 para fazer o outro pé da sandália indiana.

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Vida e Saúde - Suco de beterraba diminui risco de doença do coração e AVC - Patricia Zwipp

Vida e Saúde
Quarta, 30 de junho de 2010, 08h05 Atualizada às 08h12
Suco de beterraba diminui risco de doença do coração e AVC
Patricia Zwipp

Suco reduz a pressão arterial dentro de 24 horas

Quem gosta de suco de beterraba e apresenta hipertensão tem um motivo a mais para bebê-lo. De acordo com pesquisadores do Instituto de Pesquisa William Harvey, da Universidade Queen Mary de Londres, Inglaterra, ele reduz a pressão arterial dentro de 24 horas e, assim, diminui o risco de doenças cardíacas e acidente vascular cerebral (AVC).

A equipe comparou pacientes que receberam um copo por dia de 250 ml da bebdia com os que ingeriram cápsulas de nitrato. Os dois métodos foram igualmente eficazes na diminuição da pressão.

Os cientistas concluíram que o nitrato encontrado naturalmente na beterraba é a causa do efeito benéfico. A publicação Hypertension, da Associação Americana do Coração, divulgou os resultados.

No ano passado, um estudo realizado pela Universidade de Exeter e Escola de Medicina Península, na Inglaterra, concluiu que beber suco de beterraba pode deixar a prática esportiva menos fadigante. O líquido aumenta a resistência e ajuda a se exercitar por até 16% mais tempo.

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