Business loss – Loro Dinapoli http://lorodinapoli.org/ Wed, 23 Nov 2022 17:14:30 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 http://lorodinapoli.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/icon-2021-07-06T154208.998-150x150.png Business loss – Loro Dinapoli http://lorodinapoli.org/ 32 32 Chester hair loss clinic wins £10,000 prize at Cheshire Business Awards http://lorodinapoli.org/chester-hair-loss-clinic-wins-10000-prize-at-cheshire-business-awards/ Wed, 23 Nov 2022 16:34:05 +0000 http://lorodinapoli.org/chester-hair-loss-clinic-wins-10000-prize-at-cheshire-business-awards/ A Chester-based company that helps people with hair loss has been honored with a £10,000 cash prize at this year’s Cheshire Business Awards. The overall Business Excellence winner at the event was Morgan’s Hair, Beauty & Wigs Limited, a business of Rebecca Morgan-Brennan. Rebecca said: “What can I say, we are absolutely blown away to […]]]>

A Chester-based company that helps people with hair loss has been honored with a £10,000 cash prize at this year’s Cheshire Business Awards.

The overall Business Excellence winner at the event was Morgan’s Hair, Beauty & Wigs Limited, a business of Rebecca Morgan-Brennan.

Rebecca said: “What can I say, we are absolutely blown away to not only win the prize, but to then win the final prize and £10,000; just wow!

“It will mean so much to us as a company. We are a strong team of hairdressers who see how many people truly struggle in life with hair loss for all reasons, all genders and all ages.

“Your hair can be your crown and your glory, your identity, your personality, your confidence. The daily struggle to live a normal life with hair loss is enormous for most people we see. We want to give the best advice , services and solutions for men, women and children, making these solutions as affordable as possible.

“Getting recognition for the work we do pushes us to improve every day. The money will be used to give staff more training on wigs and the mental side effects that hair loss can have on an individual.

“We want to use some of the money to support children suffering from hair loss and create an online app for people to privately ask questions about any concerns they have about their hair loss or a member of their family. family or friend; thus providing a safe haven for them.

“We encounter different circumstances every day that affect people’s lives through hair loss and we want to provide the best possible support to each individual that we can.”

Patron Elizabeth Pringle MD of Pace Investments said: “Tonight’s awards were made up of many categories, and the main ones for me were Community Impact Award, Woman of the Year and those who showed growth massive after the pandemic.

“However, the one winner that really stood out for me from a personal perspective was Rebecca Morgan-Brennan’s company, Morgan’s Hair, Beauty & Wigs Ltd.

“Rebecca makes such a difference to everyday people and I couldn’t help but invest in her to enable her to do even more good with her business. I was honored to be able to present her with this award because of the incredible difference what she does in everyday life.

Joanna Scott-Aspray, CEO of the Cheshire Club, added: “All of our small business winners in 2022 have the same business ethos, of their sheer determination and strength, to survive a pandemic or even to settle thanks to Covid.

“For some it was about changing the way they work and the services they offer and for others it was about riding the storm and believing in themselves.

“But what they all have in common is due to their greatness and what they have achieved through graft, determination and resilience. Small business owners have it tough and that’s a lonely place for many.

“I know the awards have done exactly what I set out to do; give people hope, bring them together with a sense of support and unity, and most importantly give a sense of well-being!”

The winners were:

FAMILY BUSINESS OF THE YEAR 2022 – Sponsored by The M Project

Catherine Hayden – Heavenly House Cleaning

“Catherine won through her commitment to excellence and dedication to her staff and clients. She is down to earth, kind and genuine. She has taken up many challenges and has always won!

2022 OUTSTANDING COMMUNITY INITIATIVE AWARD – Sponsored by Aqueous Digital

Rachel Stevens – BeeU Mental Health Campaign

“Rachel won through her mental health fundraising work and cause who dedicated hours of her time to helping deals, especially in the bullying business. She always puts others before herself.

2022 OUTSTANDING FAST GROWING COMPANY AWARD – Sponsored by Pace Investments

Amy Shevlin – UK Laser It Ltd

“Amy has won through hard work and dedication, often working alone to open two clinics in close succession with plans to expand and add many new services.”

COLLABORATION OF THE YEAR 2022 – Sponsored by Flossy le Vintage VW Events Camper

Josie May & Charlotte Balbier – The Money Gurus

“Josie and Charlotte won with their dynamic and natural approach to helping other women succeed in an often difficult space. They bounce off each other, making them an incredible fit with years of expertise.

THE 2022 INNOVATION AWARD – Presented by Sinclair Law

Chloe Blair – Winners Strength and Wellness Studio

“Chloe won with her unique and innovative concept and committed approach to mental health and creating a safe space for women.”

2022 STAR OF THE YEAR – Sponsored by Morgans Hair, Beauty & Wigs Ltd

Lucy Allen – Piccolino Restaurants

“Lucy won because of her professional approach to her role. She is easy to work with and gets the job done. It honors the Piccolino brand.

YOUNG ENTREPRENEUR AWARD 2022 – Sponsored by Heavenly Homes Cleaning & Maintenance Ltd

Abbie Potter – Wren Kitchens

“Abbie won because in an often male dominant position within the industry, she excelled and still shines despite adversity. She never gives up and always helps others.”

2022 OUTSTANDING HOSPITALITY PROFESSIONAL – Sponsored by Rockstar Spirits

Olivia Thornton Stubbs – San Carlo Restaurants

“Olivia needs no introduction in the hospitality industry. She is super organized, pleasant and always delivers. He’s a key member of the San Carlo team!

SMALL BUSINESS OF THE YEAR 2022 – Sponsored by Helen Carouzos Psychology

Aga Mortlock – Aga Mortlock Photography

“Aga won this award for her dynamic and innovative approach to her profession. Its shoots are always relaxed and fun, and its systems and customer service are second to none.”

WOMAN OF THE YEAR 2022 – Sponsored by Rodial Beauty

Rebecca Morgan-Brennan – Morgans Hair, Beauty & Wigs Ltd

“Rebecca won because of her commitment to making others feel good, her caring and genuine nature and the services she provides to many people with health issues who have faced a truly terrible illness. . She also provides an incredible service to the NHS.”

BEST BUSINESS STARTUP 2022 – Sponsored by The Queen Bee – IATQB

Lara Besbrode – The Matchmaker United Kingdom

“Lara has accomplished so much in a short time. Growing her business on her own and at a rapid pace. She’s also been on podcasts, TV and radio. She’s had some very successful matches.

2022 OUTSTANDING ENTREPRENEUR AWARD – Sponsored by Katie Webster Coaching

Emma Guy – Watery Digital

“Emma won through her entrepreneurial approach, facing personal adversity along the way. She created Aqueous Digital with her husband, a very successful company and also had time to study, start other businesses and publish a book.

MOST OUTSTANDING COMPANY AWARD 2022 – in association with the Cheshire Club

Dom Sabine – Streetstar Studios UK

“Dom won this award because of his ‘think outside the box’ approach, professionalism, unique ideas and willingness to help others. He has always evolved with the times, diversifying and providing the best services in his industry and knows how to turn everything he touches into gold!

The awards host was Happy Radio’s Darren Proctor. The judges included entrepreneurs Thomas G Hurst from Rockstar Spirits (who was on Dragon’s Den), Real Housewives of Cheshire and business owner Lauren Simon and author Kerry Daynes from TV’s Faking it.

Among the guests and award presenters is Lewis Ellis, a digital marketing consultant who made the bottom five on BBC’s ‘The Apprentice’ and has partnered with Pace Investments to launch his own digital agency.

The event raised funds for Variety, the children’s charity (https://www.variety.org.uk/) on the evening, helping to provide practical help that makes an immediate difference to disabled and disadvantaged children and young people.

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Dow Jones Stalls After Fed Points To Terminal Rate 5% Or Above; Tesla’s new CEO? http://lorodinapoli.org/dow-jones-stalls-after-fed-points-to-terminal-rate-5-or-above-teslas-new-ceo/ Thu, 17 Nov 2022 21:11:00 +0000 http://lorodinapoli.org/dow-jones-stalls-after-fed-points-to-terminal-rate-5-or-above-teslas-new-ceo/ The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed 0.02% lower on Thursday after paring most of the earlier losses in today’s trading. Fresh remarks from the Fed that pointed to a terminal rate of 5% or more in 2023 drove the index lower. The reports say You’re here (TSLA) CEO Elon Musk may have identified a successor […]]]>

The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed 0.02% lower on Thursday after paring most of the earlier losses in today’s trading. Fresh remarks from the Fed that pointed to a terminal rate of 5% or more in 2023 drove the index lower. The reports say You’re here (TSLA) CEO Elon Musk may have identified a successor to run this company. The news came as Musk testified in court to defend himself in a lawsuit filed by shareholders.




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The S&P 500 also fell in tandem and also pared most of its 1% loss. It ended down 0.3%.

The Nasdaq fell the most in the morning by more than 1%, but fell back to trade 0.35% at 4 p.m. ET. The tech-dominated index is about to end its first year since 2014 without setting a record. It traded at its highest level of 16,057.44 almost a year ago on November 19, 2021, and has fallen 31.1% since then.

The small-cap Russell 2000 lagged with a loss of more than 1%.

Crude oil fell more than 3% to trade at $81.46 a barrel. The yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury jumped 8 basis points to 3.77%.

Volume on the NYSE and on the Nasdaq was lighter compared to the same time on Wednesday.

Dow Jones stocks under watch

Dow Jones stocks under watch are Apple (AAPL) and Microsoft (MSFT), which found support above their 50-day lines. UnitedHealth (UNH) passed its 200-day line and is testing its 200-day line after last week’s health care carnage. Merck (MRK) is extended at a buy point of 95.82 in a flat basis.

In IBD 50, Tenaris (TS) is close to a buy point of 34.19 in a cup base with handle. New Fortress Energy (ENF) and United States (MUSA) fell below the 50-day line. NFE shares are in a handle cup basis with a buy point of 60.43.

MUSA fell back below the buy point of 303.19 from a flat base. Harmony Biosciences (HRMY) may trigger the round-trip short rule after breaking out at 52.62 from a handle cup. However, the stock reversed higher and is currently above the 50-day line.

Earnings on deck

Macy’s (M) sales of $5.2 billion and earnings of 52 cents per share topped views. Kohls (KSS) missed estimates with $4 billion in sales, but beat earnings expectations with 82 cents per share. Macy’s shares jumped 15% today and clears resistance at the 200-day moving average. Kohl’s rose 5%, rebounding from the 50-day line.

China’s Covid lockdowns hurt Ali Baba (BABA). E-commerce reported revenue of $29.12 billion with earnings of $1.82 per share. It was the Chinese e-commerce giant’s weakest quarter in terms of revenue growth, which rose 3% after falling 4% in September. BABA jumped over 7% today, breaking above its 50-day line.

Sales reached $4.6 billion for Big BJ Club (BJ) from $4.1 billion a year ago, while earnings per share of 99 cents also rose 91 cents. BJ shares plunged more than 5% after a failed breakout of a cup base. The shares also fell below their 50-day line.

Applied materials (AMAT), Ross Stores (ROST) and Palo Alto Networks (PANW) releases results today after the close. AMAT shares are testing their 200-day line, while PANW has fallen more than 1%. ROST increased by more than 1%.

Wednesday, Dow Jones stock Cisco Systems (CSCO) posted strong quarterly results. Sales of $13.6 billion were the highest ever for the networking giant and earnings per share of 86 cents was the second highest on record. It also raised its revenue forecast for the year to 4.5%-6.5% from 4%-6%.

Nvidia (NVDA) reported revenue of $5.93 billion and earnings per share of 58 cents Wednesday night. Sales were down 17% while earnings per share fell 50% from a year earlier. Also on Wednesday, the IBD 50 share Sociedad Quimica y Minera (SQM) recorded a meteoric 900% growth in earnings of $3.85 per share, while sales reached $2.96 billion.

Target (TGT) warned in its earnings report on Wednesday of weak holiday sales. Sales rose 3% to $26.5 billion, while earnings per share of $1.54 posted a 49% decline.

CSCO is up 5% today while NVDA is down more than 1%. SQM is also down 9% while TGT pares Wednesday’s big loss and is up more than 4%.

Early Thursday, St. Louis Fed President James Bullard observed that interest rate hikes had had a limited effect on inflation. A higher terminal rate above 5% could be envisaged in 2023, to effectively curb inflation. Last week’s initial jobless claims of 222,000 were down from 226,000 the previous week. Housing starts fell 4.2% in October to 1.425 million.

Reports Citing Sources Inside You’re here (TSLA) are many that CEO Musk has identified his successor at the helm of the world’s largest electric car company as he grapples with Twitter. Earlier, Musk indicated his reluctance to be chief and his preference for “design and engineering”. Tesla shareholders have already probed Musk’s salary after fears that the Twitter acquisition would take a toll on Musk’s time, making him “a part-time CEO.” Musk owns more than 20% stake in Tesla, including unexercised options. The shares fell 2%.

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Oil Settles Higher, Posts Weekly Loss as China Eases COVID Restrictions http://lorodinapoli.org/oil-settles-higher-posts-weekly-loss-as-china-eases-covid-restrictions/ Fri, 11 Nov 2022 20:33:00 +0000 http://lorodinapoli.org/oil-settles-higher-posts-weekly-loss-as-china-eases-covid-restrictions/ Nov 11 (Reuters) – Oil prices rose on Friday but fell week-on-week after Chinese health officials eased some of the country’s heavy COVID-19 restrictions, raising hopes for an improvement in economic activity and demand from the world’s largest importer of crude oil. Brent crude futures settled at $2.32 at $95.99 a barrel, extending a 1.1% […]]]>

Nov 11 (Reuters) – Oil prices rose on Friday but fell week-on-week after Chinese health officials eased some of the country’s heavy COVID-19 restrictions, raising hopes for an improvement in economic activity and demand from the world’s largest importer of crude oil.

Brent crude futures settled at $2.32 at $95.99 a barrel, extending a 1.1% rise from the previous session but falling 2.6% on the week.

U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures settled down $2.49, or 2.9%, at $88.96 a barrel, after climbing 0.8% in the previous session , but down nearly 4% over the week.

The easing restrictions include shortening quarantine times for close contacts of cases and incoming travelers by two days, as well as eliminating a penalty for airlines for bringing in infected passengers.

Benchmark oil contracts fell during the week on rising U.S. oil inventories and lingering fears about capping fuel demand in China, but weekend gains capped gains. losses.

“China’s shifting response to stubbornly high COVID-19 cases has added to oil market price volatility, and if this new Chinese policy continues, the energy complex could be on the verge of wiping out most of the decline this week,” said Jim Ritterbusch, president of Ritterbusch. and Associates LLC in Galena, Illinois.

A weaker US dollar has also supported oil prices as it makes the commodity cheaper for buyers holding other currencies.

Prices also rallied on Friday after softer-than-expected U.S. inflation bolstered hopes the Federal Reserve would slow rate hikes, raising the odds of a soft landing for the world’s largest economy.

Saudi Energy Minister Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman said OPEC+ would remain cautious on oil production, noting members saw “uncertainties” in the global economy ahead of the bloc’s next meeting in December, Bloomberg News reported on Friday.

The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and its Russia-led allies, collectively known as OPEC+, agreed to deep production cuts last month and will meet again on Dec. 4 to set policy.

The number of COVID-19 cases in China has risen to its highest level since lockdown in Shanghai earlier this year. Beijing and Zhengzhou have reported record daily cases.

Along with work-from-home orders reducing mobility and fuel demand, travel across China remained subdued as people wanted to avoid the risk of being quarantined, ANZ Research analysts said in a note. .

Additional reporting by Ahmad Ghaddar in London Sonali Paul in Melbourne and Jeslyn Lerh in Singapore; edited by David Evans, Tomasz Janowski and Jonathan Oatis

Our standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.

Laura Sanicola

Thomson Reuters

Oil and energy reports, including refineries, markets and renewable fuels. Previously worked at Euromoney Institutional Investor and CNN.

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LATAM Airlines posts narrower quarterly loss as fuel costs bite http://lorodinapoli.org/latam-airlines-posts-narrower-quarterly-loss-as-fuel-costs-bite/ Wed, 09 Nov 2022 00:34:00 +0000 http://lorodinapoli.org/latam-airlines-posts-narrower-quarterly-loss-as-fuel-costs-bite/ SANTIAGO, Nov 8 (Reuters) – LATAM Airlines (LTM.SN), South America’s largest carrier, reported a lower third-quarter net loss of $296 million on Tuesday, the company said in a statement. , partly affected by high fuel prices. The Chile-based airline’s quarterly loss this year compares to a loss of $694 million in the same three-month period […]]]>

SANTIAGO, Nov 8 (Reuters) – LATAM Airlines (LTM.SN), South America’s largest carrier, reported a lower third-quarter net loss of $296 million on Tuesday, the company said in a statement. , partly affected by high fuel prices.

The Chile-based airline’s quarterly loss this year compares to a loss of $694 million in the same three-month period last year.

LATAM’s revenue in the July-September period increased 97% to $2.587 billion from the third quarter of last year.

The airline, created by the 2012 merger of Chilean LAN with its Brazilian rival TAM, operates units in Chile, Brazil, Colombia and Peru.

The company’s quarterly results follow the company’s completion in early November of a multi-year restructuring. LATAM filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in 2020 after the airline was hammered during the pandemic.

“We are cautious in what we see in the future…because we see a more challenging macroeconomic environment, a pandemic that is not yet over and fuel prices that are still very high,” said Vice President Ramiro Alfonsin. -President of Finance of LATAM. .

Reporting by Fabian Cambero; Editing by David Alire Garcia and Christopher Cushing

Our standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.

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Jupiter Wellness, Inc. (NASDAQ:JUPW), loss-making, expected to break even in the medium term http://lorodinapoli.org/jupiter-wellness-inc-nasdaqjupw-loss-making-expected-to-break-even-in-the-medium-term/ Sat, 05 Nov 2022 12:23:31 +0000 http://lorodinapoli.org/jupiter-wellness-inc-nasdaqjupw-loss-making-expected-to-break-even-in-the-medium-term/ With the company potentially at an important stage, we thought we’d take a closer look Jupiter Wellness, Inc. (NASDAQ: JUPW) future prospects. Jupiter Wellness, Inc. develops cannabidiol (CBD) therapeutic and medical wellness products. The $26 million market cap company posted a loss of $28 million in its last fiscal year and a final loss of […]]]>

With the company potentially at an important stage, we thought we’d take a closer look Jupiter Wellness, Inc. (NASDAQ: JUPW) future prospects. Jupiter Wellness, Inc. develops cannabidiol (CBD) therapeutic and medical wellness products. The $26 million market cap company posted a loss of $28 million in its last fiscal year and a final loss of $26 million in the last twelve months, narrowing the gap between the loss and the threshold profitability. The most pressing concern for investors is Jupiter Wellness’ path to profitability – when will it break even? We’ve put together a brief overview of industry analysts’ expectations for the company, its breakeven year and its implied growth rate.

Check out our latest analysis for Jupiter Wellness

Jupiter Wellness is close to breaking even, according to some US Personal Products analysts. They expect the business to make a terminal loss in 2023, before making a profit of US$7.7 million in 2024. So the business is expected to break even in about 2 years from ‘today. In order to meet this balance date, we have calculated the rate at which the company must grow from one year to the next. It turns out that an average annual growth rate of 121% is expected, which is rather optimistic! If this rate turns out to be too aggressive, the company could become profitable much later than analysts predict.

earnings per share growth

Since this is a high-level preview, we won’t go into detail about Jupiter Wellness’ upcoming plans, but keep in mind that in general, a high growth rate does not is not unusual, particularly when a company is in a period of investment.

One thing we would like to point out is that the company has managed its capital prudently, with debt representing 14% of equity. This means that it has mainly financed its operations from equity and that its low indebtedness reduces the risk associated with investing in the loss-making company.

Next steps:

There are too many aspects of Jupiter Wellness to cover in a brief article, but the fundamentals of the business can all be found in one place – the Jupiter Wellness company page on Simply Wall St. We We have also compiled a list of the main aspects you should look at:

  1. Evaluation: What is Jupiter Wellness worth today? Has future growth potential already been factored into the price? The intrinsic value infographic in our free research report visualizes whether Jupiter Wellness is currently being mispriced by the market.

  2. Management team: An experienced management team at the helm bolsters our confidence in the company – take a look at who sits on the Jupiter Wellness board and the CEO’s background.

  3. Other High Performing Stocks: Are there other stocks that offer better prospects with a proven track record? Explore our free list of these great stocks here.

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Suncor Reports Third Quarter Net Loss on Fort Hills Impairment – Business News http://lorodinapoli.org/suncor-reports-third-quarter-net-loss-on-fort-hills-impairment-business-news/ Thu, 03 Nov 2022 01:07:00 +0000 http://lorodinapoli.org/suncor-reports-third-quarter-net-loss-on-fort-hills-impairment-business-news/ Suncor announces net loss The Canadian Press – November 2, 2022 / 6:07 p.m. | History: 394176 Photo: The Canadian Press A Suncor logo is displayed during the company’s annual meeting in Calgary, Thursday, May 2, 2019. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jeff McIntosh Suncor Inc. said it posted a net loss of $609 million in the third […]]]>

Suncor announces net loss

The Canadian Press – | History: 394176

Suncor Inc. said it posted a net loss of $609 million in the third quarter due to a $3.4 billion writedown against its share of the Fort Hills oil sands mine.

The net loss, which equated to 45 cents per common share, contrasts with a profit of $877 million, or 59 cents per common share, in the year-ago quarter.

Suncor announced last week that it will buy out Teck Resources Ltd.’s 21.3% stake. in the Fort Hills oil sands project for about $1 billion. The agreed sale price reflects a lower market value for the mine, resulting in a non-cash impairment charge.

On an adjusted basis, Suncor says it earned $2.6 billion for the three months ended Sept. 30, or $1.88 per share, compared with $1.0 billion or 71 cents per common share in the same three month of 2021.

Adjusted operating income was primarily driven by significantly higher crude oil prices and higher upstream production, partially offset by higher income taxes, royalties and operating expenses.

Suncor’s total upstream production increased to 724,100 barrels of oil equivalent per day (boe/d) in the third quarter of 2022, compared to 698,600 boe/d in the prior year quarter. Refinery crude throughput was 466,600 barrels per day and refinery utilization was 100% in the third quarter of 2022, compared to 460,300 barrels per day and 99% in the third quarter of 2021.

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Ferrari blames altitude for loss of performance http://lorodinapoli.org/ferrari-blames-altitude-for-loss-of-performance/ Mon, 31 Oct 2022 00:39:21 +0000 http://lorodinapoli.org/ferrari-blames-altitude-for-loss-of-performance/ Spanish Ferrari driver Carlos Sainz and teammate Charles Leclerc blamed high altitude for their struggles at the Mexican Grand Prix Alfredo ESTRELLA Text size Ferrari drivers Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz blamed Mexico’s high altitude for their lack of speed and competitive performance in the Mexican Grand Prix on Sunday. Sainz finished fifth and Leclerc […]]]>

Spanish Ferrari driver Carlos Sainz and teammate Charles Leclerc blamed high altitude for their struggles at the Mexican Grand Prix

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Oregon ranks No. 5 for pandemic reading loss, No. 8 for math, researchers say http://lorodinapoli.org/oregon-ranks-no-5-for-pandemic-reading-loss-no-8-for-math-researchers-say/ Fri, 28 Oct 2022 13:30:00 +0000 http://lorodinapoli.org/oregon-ranks-no-5-for-pandemic-reading-loss-no-8-for-math-researchers-say/ An analysis of data from education researchers at Harvard and Stanford universities confirms a grim trend in national student test scores published this week: Oregon student learning fell sharply between 2019 and 2020, more than in other states. Researchers used state standardized test scores from 2019 and 2022, and data from a national test known […]]]>

An analysis of data from education researchers at Harvard and Stanford universities confirms a grim trend in national student test scores published this week: Oregon student learning fell sharply between 2019 and 2020, more than in other states.

Researchers used state standardized test scores from 2019 and 2022, and data from a national test known colloquially as the National Report Card, to create a detailed snapshot of the decline in student learning during the COVID-19 pandemic. This Education Recovery Dashboard data has been shared exclusively with The Associated Press and distributed to media partners.

Oregon ranked fifth in reading loss in analytics and eighth in math, the researchers concluded.

In the average US school district, students scored about half a grade lower in math in 2022 than students in the same district did in 2019, and they fell more than 20% of a grade in reading.

The losses of Oregon students were far more staggering: statewide, they had lost an average of 80 percent of a grade level in math and two-thirds of a grade level in reading by the end of the last school year, concluded the research.

The official name of the tests on which the researchers based their study is the National Assessment of Educational Progress. The Oregonian/OregonLive reported Monday and Wednesday on the results, which ranked Oregon’s 4th and 8th grade math sixth worst in the nation. Historically, and as recently as 2017, Oregon has topped national averages.

Oregon Department of Education leaders called the scores a “continuing call to action for Oregon to continue to advance programs that we know meet the needs of our students.”

Oregon schools have received $1.7 billion in federal pandemic aid intended to help students recover from the effects of learning loss and can continue to draw business tax funds from $1 billion a year for education.

The state does not systematically monitor school district spending on the extra money they receive from the state and federal government to ensure it is well spent on the furthest behind students or that strategies districts bear fruit.

Some Portland-area school districts told The Oregonian/OregonLive this week that they are adding more hours of math instruction, giving teachers more training and switching to what they say are math textbooks. and reading more effectively as they strive to catch up on lost learning.

Thomas Kane, a Harvard researcher and faculty director of the Center for Education Policy Research, said that while districts identify specific interventions to help students, such as tutoring or summer school, they also need to calculate whether their overall package of academic interventions will help. students adequately recover lost ground. He suggested that state education departments ask districts to review their school stimulus plans in light of new data on learning loss.

“Don’t just tell me what your plans are, tell me why you think this plan will be enough to compensate for the losses our students have suffered over the past two years,” Kane said. “That’s the kind of thing we should all be thinking about.”

Kane likened learning loss to a school bus that got stuck in traffic during the pandemic. Now traffic is flowing again, Kane said, but the bus is running late and needs to speed up its progress to get students where they need to be, on time.

The analysis revealed huge variations in learning changes. Students in Delaware found themselves nearly 1.3 grade levels below par in math in the latest tests, for example, while students in Alabama slid less than 15% from grade level , he noted.

High-poverty districts lost more ground on average, especially in math, said Sean Reardon, a professor at Stanford’s Graduate School of Education. High-poverty districts fell more than two-thirds of a grade level in math nationwide, the researchers found, compared with 0.44 grade levels in low-poverty districts.

But the loss of achievement wasn’t solely due to poverty or how long students were spending in remote learning, Kane said. While learning loss was generally greater the longer students stayed in remote learning, this was not always the case. California students have spent the most time learning remotely during the pandemic, Kane said, but that state hasn’t seen the greatest learning loss.

Kane’s research team plans to continue analyzing the impact of other factors, such as broadband access and COVID-19-related death rates, on student achievement.

“Distance education, which has been the main area commentators have focused on, is only part of that story,” Kane said.

Betsy Hammond contributed to this report.

This story is brought to you through a partnership between The Oregonian/OregonLive and Report for America. Find out how to support this crucial work.

Sami Edge covers higher education for The Oregonian. You can reach her at carex@oregonian.com or (503) 260-3430.

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Drake and 21 Savage release ‘Her Loss’ album together this week | app http://lorodinapoli.org/drake-and-21-savage-release-her-loss-album-together-this-week-app/ Mon, 24 Oct 2022 20:22:21 +0000 http://lorodinapoli.org/drake-and-21-savage-release-her-loss-album-together-this-week-app/ Drake and 21 Savage’s “Jimmy Cooks” music video wasn’t the only gift the rappers gave fans when the latter turned 30. “Her Loss,” the duo’s new joint album, is out Oct. 28, according to text that appears about 90 seconds after the video begins. × This page requires JavaScript. Javascript is required for you to […]]]>

Drake and 21 Savage’s “Jimmy Cooks” music video wasn’t the only gift the rappers gave fans when the latter turned 30.

“Her Loss,” the duo’s new joint album, is out Oct. 28, according to text that appears about 90 seconds after the video begins.

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Amber Enterprises India reports standalone net loss of Rs 23.64 crore in September 2022 quarter http://lorodinapoli.org/amber-enterprises-india-reports-standalone-net-loss-of-rs-23-64-crore-in-september-2022-quarter/ Sat, 22 Oct 2022 06:19:00 +0000 http://lorodinapoli.org/amber-enterprises-india-reports-standalone-net-loss-of-rs-23-64-crore-in-september-2022-quarter/ Trade standard Sales fall by 4.99% to Rs 327.82 crore Amber Enterprises India’s net loss was reported at Rs 23.64 crore in the quarter ended September 2022 compared to a net loss of Rs 5.67 crore in the previous quarter […]]]>





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Sales fall by 4.99% to Rs 327.82 crore

Amber Enterprises India’s net loss was reported at Rs 23.64 crore in the quarter ended September 2022 compared to a net loss of Rs 5.67 crore in the previous quarter ended September 2021. Sales decreased by 4.99% to Rs 327.82 crore in the quarter ended September 2022 from Rs 345.05 crore in the previous quarter ended September 2021.

DetailsQuarter endedSeptember 2022September 2021% Var.Sales327.82345.05 -5 OPM%-1.112.17 PBDT-11.2411.53 PL PBT-32.65-8.04 -306 PN-23.64-5.67 -317

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First published: Saturday, October 22, 2022. 11:49 a.m. IST


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