Along with three other National Football League franchises the Dallas Cowboys and the National Football League foundation today pledged $250,000 to Mexico City quake relief. They will match these donations dollar for dollar.
The Patriots, Oakland Raiders, Pittsburgh Steelers and The NFL Foundation are contributing $200,000 to help rebuild homes affected by the 7.1 magnitude natural disaster that rocked Mexico on September 19. Also making a contribution are the Dallas Cowboys, with that franchise donating $50,000 to the Salvation Army's relief efforts in the area.
Pak court defers indictment of Sharif in Panama Papers case
On Wednesday, NAB officials pasted copies of the notice at the Model Town and Jati Umra residences of the Sharif family. On October 3, Sharif was re-elected as president of the ruling Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N).
As the NFL continues to extend its reach to Mexico, the league itself is taking action to help those impacted by the devastating natural disaster that hit Mexico City last month.
The money will go to Banorte's Fundación Banorte, which is a local bank involved with relief efforts.
Boosts Rating On McKesson Corporation (MCK) To "Outperform"
Over a month, it has seen its stock price volatility to stay at 2.36% while shortening the period to a week, volatility was 1.95%. BidaskClub lowered McKesson Corporation from a "hold" rating to a "sell" rating in a report on Wednesday, August 9th.
Tens of thousands of homes and apartments were destroyed and will have to be rebuilt following the September 19 magnitude-7.1 quake, which killed 369 people, and an earlier, even more powerful one that struck in southern Mexico on September 7 with a magnitude of 8.1.
This will be the second consecutive season in which an National Football League regular-season game has been played at the Estadio Azteca, with the Patriots and Raiders playing there on November 19.
Institutional Investors Lead Shift in Cracker Barrel Old Country Store Inc (NASDAQ:CBRL) Sentiment
The restaurant operator reported $2.23 earnings per share (EPS) for the quarter, topping the consensus estimate of $2.18 by $0.05. Previously on 09/07/2017, Maxim Group reported about Cracker Barrel (NDAQ:CBRL) lowered the target price from $170.00 to $155.00.