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Argentina#8217;s Guillermo Coria has some advice for Spain#8217;s Juan Carlos Ferrero #8211; who takes on hard-hitting Dutchman Martin Verkerk in today#8217;s French Open final.
THERE has always been a north-south divide in Portuguese football, a divide that mirrors Portuguese society as a whole: the poorer predominantly working-class north and the affluent capital of Lisbon, home of Benfica, the club of the country#8217;s greatest ever player, the Mozambique-born #8220;Black Pearl#8221;, Eusebio.
Aseambankers economist I>Baljeet Kaur Grewal/Iwrites about some fixed income instruments that are gradually coming of age. Besides bonds which have become very popular, the issuance of asset-backed securities is also catching on.
The United States completed a 5-0 sweep of the Czech Republic on Sunday to reach the quarter-finals of the Fed Cup, and all five match victories came courtesy of the Williams sisters.
What drives a Japanese to stay up at 4am to watch an English Premier League match. Why do Asians #8211; in Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam #8211; stay up all night and gamble away millions on these matches. Passion? Hot action? A burning desire to win? All of these and more were on show when Manchester United and Arsenal had their mid-week showdown.