Billionaire trader Paul Tudor Jones rings the bubble alarm, warns the Fed could tank the economy, and predicts pandemic winners will struggle

Paul Tudor Jones.
  • Paul Tudor Jones diagnosed a huge market bubble and warned that popping it could hammer the economy.
  • The billionaire trader predicted the best-performing assets during the pandemic would soon struggle.
  • Jones bemoaned the lofty prices of many US stocks, and backed commodities to outperform.

Paul Tudor Jones sounded the alarm on a sprawling market bubble during a CNBC interview on Tuesday.

The billionaire trader and founder of Tudor Investment Corporation warned asset prices could plunge, and the economy could suffer if the Federal Reserve hikes interest rates and tapers bond purchases as expected.

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Oak Ridge Playhouse recognizes scholarship winners

The Oak Ridge Playhouse has announced the winners of two Junior Playhouse scholarships.

The $1,000 college scholarships are awarded to a graduating high school senior who has demonstrated dedication to the success of Oak Ridge Playhouse and excellence both on stage and backstage for theatrical productions.

The 2020 scholarship winner was Leigha Mozingo, the daughter of Pamela Mozingo. She is a graduate of Anderson County High School. Leigha is currently attending Carson Newman University, but will be transferring to Tennessee Technological University for her junior and senior years to major in early childhood education.

The 2021 scholarship was awarded to

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College Football Playoff Rankings winners and losers: Cincinnati makes history, Notre Dame in bad position

The latest set of College Football Playoff rankings was revealed on Tuesday night, and there were some changes in the top four. Ohio State jumped Alabama into the No. 2 spot after the Buckeyes throttled No. 12 Michigan State, while Cincinnati became the first Group of Five team in history to be ranked in the top four when it chimed in at the No. 4 spot. 

We are headed into rivalry weekend with plenty of intrigue around the country, and there is bound to be more chaos between now and Selection Sunday on Dec. 5. Let’s break down the

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Governor Hochul Announces First Round of Winners for New ‘Vaccinate, Educate, Graduate’ Vaccine Incentive Program for 5- To 11-Year-Olds to win a Full SUNY or CUNY Scholarship

Today, Governor Hochul announced 10 winners of New York’s “Vaccinate, Educate, Graduate” vaccine incentive program. The Governor also personally called several parents to share her congratulations that their child would be able to attend SUNY or CUNY on scholarship.  

“The ‘Vaccinate, Educate, Graduate’ program provides the life-changing opportunity for young New Yorkers to win free tuition to a SUNY or CUNY college or university,” Governor Hochul said. “As we enter the holiday season and the risk of transmission increases, it is absolutely critical that we stay vigilant. The vaccine is the surest way to keep you and your loved

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Scholarship Pageant crowns ’22 winners

The Miss Southwest Michigan Scholarship Pageant has crowned its 2022 winners for its two pageants affiliated with the Miss America program.  The announcement came from Anna Abdelnour, Executive Director of the pageant, who also serves as President of the Blossomtime Festival.

Shelby Lentz

Earning the title of Miss Southwest 2022 is Shelby Lentz. Shelby is a 24-year-old graduate from Western University with a bachelor’s degree in public relation, also earning a nonprofit certification from University of Texas online.  She lives in Coloma.

Shelby’s talent selection was a vocal performance, singing “Never Enough” from the Greatest Showman in honor of late

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Whitmer announces the $2 million winner, plus scholarship winners of MI vaccine lottery

Today, the final eight winners of the 30 prizes of $50,000, the nine four-year college scholarship winners who received vaccines and the $2 million grand prize winner of the MI Shot To Win Sweepstakes were announced.

“Thanks to the efforts of so many, and every Michigander who got their shot, the MI Shot To Win Sweepstakes has been a success,” said Whitmer in a video posted to Facebook announcing the final sweepstakes winners. “Every public health expert will tell you the middle of the summer always shows lower vaccination rates than any other time of year. In June, for example, … Read More

Newest millionaire, scholarship winners announced

By TOM LATEK, Kentucky Today

FRANKFORT, Ky. (KT) – Gov. Andy Beshear announced Kentucky’s newest millionaire and five full college scholarship winners in round two of the “Shot at a Million” contest during a Capitol press conference on Friday.

This was the second round of winners in the three-round contest, which is open to all Kentuckians who have received at least their first injection of the Moderna or Pfizer vaccines, or the single-dose Johnson & Johnson version.

Ginger Schultz of Louisville won the million-dollar top prize and said that it was important to get vaccinated. “Why take a chance at

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Central NY student among final winners of Covid vaccine scholarship raffle

Albany, N.Y. — A student from Central New York is among the winners in the latest round of the state’s Covid-19 vaccine scholarship raffle.

a close up of a hand: Le Moyne College in Syracuse hosted a Covid-19 vaccine clinic Friday, April 9, 2021 to students, faculty and family members.

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Le Moyne College in Syracuse hosted a Covid-19 vaccine clinic Friday, April 9, 2021 to students, faculty and family members.

James Robinson IV, a student from Cayuga County, was one of this week’s winners. The state has been holding a weekly drawing for scholarships to encourage kids and teens to get the vaccine.

This week’s drawing was the last. A student at Bishop Ludden in Syracuse was one of the winners in

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8th District MN State Horticultural Society announces eight 2021 scholarship winners | News

The 8th District MSHS awarded eight scholarships in 2021. The recipients were students from counties in NE Minnesota who had an interest in gardening. Funds for the scholarships were received from various sources – garden clubs and groups, gardeners, memorials.  

The top scholarship, the $600 Sharon Wildung Memorial Scholarship was awarded to Andrea Hille of Carlton, MN. Andrea, a student at the University of MN, Duluth, is studying Biology towards a career in scientific research. Her horticultural experiences involved working at a berry farm and a greenhouse in the Carlton area as well as family gardening. Her parents are Todd

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BMR names scholarship winners | The Valley Breeze


Graduates, their family and friends attend graduation ceremonies at Blackstone-Millville Regional High School last Friday night. (Breeze photos by Charles Lawrence)

BLACKSTONE – Blackstone-Millville Regional High School has announced the following scholarship winners.

• “Charger Strong” Maintenance Scholarship, $200: Paige St. Laurent

• BMR High School Staff Scholarship, $250: David Perry

• Fred Tiberio Memorial Scholarship, $250: Sebastian Ryan and Madison Sullivan

• BMR Chapter National Honor Society Scholarship, $250: Gabriele Martinelli

• Milford Special Olympics Scholarship, $250: Emma House

• Joseph Struzik Memorial Award, $300: Jessica Brodeur and Mohsin Shah

• Blackstone Police Union Scholarship, $500: Madison Sullivan

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