Asian stocks set to dip after US halts stimulus talks

first_imgAsian stocks were set to open lower on Wednesday, weighed by a weaker Wall Street finish after US President Donald Trump dashed hopes for a fourth stimulus package with a tweet.Futures for the S&P 500 fell 0.58 percent in early trading, while Australia’s S&P/ASX 200 futures and Japan’s Nikkei 225 futures lost 0.29 percent and 0.17 percent, respectively.Wall Street had initially moved higher on Tuesday on news that President Trump had returned to the White House from his COVID-19 hospitalization, removing some of the political uncertainty that hit investor sentiment last week. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 1.34 percent, the S&P 500 lost 1.40 percent and the Nasdaq Composite dropped 1.57 percent.MSCI’s gauge of stocks across the globe shed 0.64 percent.Spot gold also fell on the news, dropping 1.4 percent to US$1,886.01 per ounce by the end of the session and continued to slide after hours.Tuesday’s declines may have been an overreaction as some market players had already priced in a failure in talks between Republicans and Democrats.“Our view for some time was a stimulus agreement was unlikely before the 3 November presidential election,” Head of International Economics at Commonwealth Bank of Australia Joseph Capurso said in a note.The Trump administration’s about-face also fueled safe-haven demand for the dollar and US Treasuries.The dollar index rose 0.468 percent, with the euro down 0.04 percent to $1.1729.On Tuesday, US 10-year yields rose to 0.773 percent from 0.762 percent late on Monday while 30-year yields grew to 1.585 percent, up from 1.567 percent.Oil prices closed higher as hurricanes off the Gulf of Mexico and a worker strike in Norway threatened to curb supply, but post-close trading points to a lower open.Brent crude futures fell to $42.19 a barrel in after-hours trading after settling at $42.65, and US West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude dropped to $40.13 a barrel from $40.67.Topics : However, those gains sharply reversed when the president announced on Twitter that he had halted negotiations for additional stimulus until after the election.Reviving the political uncertainty, a growing number of senior US government official have tested positive for coronavirus after President Trump disclosed his own diagnosis. Most recently, most members of the Joint Chiefs of Staff stopped in-person meetings and went into quarantine after a coast guard official tested positive.Earlier on Tuesday, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell warned that the world’s largest economy was in for a weak recovery without more fiscal support.Central bank watchers will get a more detailed look at board members’ views on the economy when the Fed releases its minutes early Wednesday.last_img read more

Afsluitdijk Project Awarded to Levvel Consortium

first_imgRijkswaterstaat has awarded the Afsluitdijk project to the Levvel consortium, the joint venture consisting of Van Oord (with Aberdeen/APG), BAM (with PGGM) and Rebel.Levvel will be responsible for design, build, finance and 25 years maintenance of the strengthened Afsluitdijk.Construction works are expected to start in the autumn of 2018, and completed in 2023. The net present value of the project is approximately EUR 550 million.Michèle Blom, director general of Rijkswaterstaat: “Rijkswaterstaat is looking forward to working with Levvel. Levvel has created a smart and robust design that honors the heritage of Lely (the civil engineer and statesman, who was responsible for turning the former Zuiderzee in the IJsselmeer and for reclaiming a vast area of new land).”On behalf of the consortium Levvel, Pieter van Oord, CEO Van Oord, said: “As consortium, we are very pleased with the award of this contract. It is an honor to be able to contribute to this unique project, which has protected large parts of the Netherlands against flooding since 1932. After completing the reinforcement of the Afsluitdijk, the Netherlands once again has an iconic project as a symbol of the innovative nature of Dutch (marine) engineering.”After the Afsluitdijk has been reinforced, it will be able to withstand a storm which happens once in every ten thousand years.Icon The Afsluitdijk has been an example of Dutch marine engineering for decades. The 32 kilometer long dam protect large parts of the Netherlands since 1932 against flooding from the Wadden Sea and the IJsselmeer. After more than 85 years, the dyke is in need of renewal.last_img read more

SC suspends ‘Bikoy’ lawyer Gadon over ‘foul’ language

first_img An Integrated Bar of the Philippines officer eventually recommended suspension of Gadon for four months, which the IBP Board of Governors in turn approved but lowered the suspension period to three months. Disappointed by how the doctor handled the situation, the patient filed a complaint against with Clinica Manila, where Mendoza’s clinic rented a space under an arrangement with Ambulatory Health Care Institute Inc. Based on the ruling released to the media on Saturday, Gadon was found guilty of breaching his oath as a lawyer and of culpable violation of code of ethics of the legal profession. According to Mendoza, Gadon threatened to make the dermatologist’s life in her clinic unproductive, saying that her and her lawyer’s legal actions “demonstrated shortsighted analytical thinking.” Meanwhile, Gadon said on Sunday that he will file a motion for reconsideration with regards to the SC’s verdict./PN The complaint against Gadon stemmed from a disbarment case filed by dermatologist Helen Joselina Mendoza on Aug. 3, 2009 against Gadon, whom she accused of violating a lawyer’s oath and the Code of Professional Responsibility. “Atty. Gadon has been weighed by the exacting standards of the legal profession and has been found wanting,” read the SC resolution. “Gadon should be more circumspect in his actions and should control himself better in times of emotional outbursts.” “The board would like to be working and [be] associated with people more intelligent who could weight things to its proper perspective,” Gadon further said in his letter. The SC also chided on Gadon for “putting the Philippine justice system in a bad light” when he described it as “slow” and for insinuating that cases are won “based on the abundance of resources.” The doctor was eventually allowed back in at her clinic but under reduced hours. When she complained about it, Gadon allegedly responded in an insulting manner and used “intemperate language.” The incident originated when a patient of Mendoza’s complained about her for prescribing her a medicine she was allergic to. Mendoza was “unilaterally suspended” by Gadon “without authorization from the board of directors and without just cause.” Gadon was AHCII’s corporate secretary and vice president, while Mendoza was a stock holder in the same company. RAPPLER GADON Manila – The Supreme Court (SC) has suspended lawyer Lorenzo “Larry” Gadon – legal counsel of Peter Joemel Advincula alias “Bikoy” – from practicing his profession for his “arrogant, malicious and insulting” language against a fellow lawyer and his client in 2009. “He should refrain from using abusive and intemperate language which displays arrogance towards the legal system and his colleagues,” the high court added. “Repetition of his act or a similar act in the future would be dealt with more severely,” it added. “In the instant case, it  is clear that Atty. Gadon put the whole judicial system in bad light after he described the use of legal remedies as slow and requires a  lot of resources,” the SC said.last_img read more

Family-Friendly Art Alley Ribbon Cutting Event Thursday, October 10th

first_imgBatesville, IN—Come and be a part of the excitement of Batesville Main Street’s first art alley activation as we celebrate with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Thursday, October 10th.  The alley, between Randy’s Roadhouse and S&B Driving School, is the result of a QuIP grant (through the Office of Community and Rural Affairs), Belterra Funds and the artistic talent of Batesville High School Art Teachers Kyle Hunteman, Andrea Grimsley, Mary K Cambron and BHS students, along with Metal Sculptor Chaz Kaiser.Festivities begin at 5 pm, with a ribbon-cutting ceremony celebrating Batesville Chamber of Commerce’s new location in the Shopping Village and free refreshments and music in the alley by Bryce and Shannon Mullins; Mayor Mike Bettice will perform the ribbon cutting for the art alley at 6 pm. All the shops in the Batesville Shopping Village will be participating in the event with extended hours and specials, free kids’ crafts provided by Tri-State Artisans, Kids Halloween Goodie Bags from Aunt Bea’s Gifts and wine tastings at the liquor store from 5-7 for those in the over 21 crowd. The merriment continues after 6, with a meet and greet with Batesville Main Street and Chamber representatives inside Randy’s Roadhouse. The music of Michael Kelsey will be featured from 6:15 – 8:15. Randy’s will feature drink and wings specials to celebrate the event. Families are welcome! Please check the Batesville Main Street Facebook page for a detailed listing of events that evening or contact Batesville Main Street Executive Director Tina Longstreth at 812-363-5254 with further questions.last_img read more

Men’s soccer: Former All-American returns to sidelines to help coach Badgers

first_imgIt’s not every day a former player receives the opportunity to come back to their alma mater to help coach and mold the current crop of players. That is, unless, you’re Aaron Hohlbein.Hohlbein, a member of the Wisconsin men’s soccer team from 2003-06, is the newest addition to the 2015 season coaching staff, acting as an assistant to an already solid coaching staff.After a vacancy for the assistant coaching position opened up in the offseason, head coach John Trask gave Hohlbein the call, and the Middleton, Wisconsin native jumped at what he described as the “perfect opportunity.”“It’s kind of my dream job after I stopped playing,” Hohlbein said. “It’s a place I always wanted to be.”Hohlbein said he made some of his best memories at the University of Wisconsin and is excited to be back in Madison. He looks forward to getting involved with the men’s soccer program to help the young team in any way possible.In his time playing as a defender at UW, Hohlbein was named third-team All-American during his senior season, putting him among unique Wisconsin company. Hohlbein is one of just seven former Badgers to receive All-American status.His college accolades don’t stop there. Hohlbein was also selected to the first-team All-Great Lakes Region in his final year as a Badger. He started all 77 games during his career at Wisconsin, netting six goals and notching seven assists during that span.Adding to Hohlbein’s decorated career, he was named first team All-Big Ten twice, second team twice, was selected to the College News All-Freshman team in 2003, and also picked up Big Ten all-tournament honors in three of his four seasons. Hohlbein was also a team captain during his junior and senior seasons.Hohlbein said he’s pleased with the way Trask and other assistant coach Keith Tiemeyer have worked to get the Wisconsin program to the next level.“[The program] has changed, but at the root it’s still the same program, which is really cool to be a part of,” he said.Hohlbein went on to play in the MLS, the highest level of professional soccer in the U.S., following his standout career for Wisconsin. He played three seasons in total for the Kansas City Wizards, but a knee surgery ended his career. Playing in the MLS, from traveling across the globe to playing against some of the best players in the world, was amazing, Hohlbein said.“It was my dream as a kid growing up,” he said. “To achieve that and to do that was special.”Now, Hohlbein has turned his sights to coaching and trying to help current Badgers achieve the same dream of playing professional soccer. According to Trask, 10 to 12 current players have their sights on continuing their soccer career by playing in the MLS. Hohlbein’s experience offers a unique opportunity for the young Badgers team to learn from a player who has already gone through the process, Trask said.Professional experience isn’t the only special thing Hohlbein brings to the table, Trask said.“He’s helping us in so many different ways,” Trask said. “Recruiting is massive, because he knows things about this school that [Tiemeyer and me] — not being student-athletes here —just don’t know. It’s been a win-win all the way around.”Trask is pleased to finally have an accomplished alum as part of the staff, he said. Hohlbein is considered the most successful player to come out of Wisconsin because of what he was able to accomplish professionally.The next player who could emerge as a Badger great is freshman defender Sam Brotherton, who’s playing style reminds Hohlbein of his own. Hohlbein had nothing but praise for the New Zealand recruit.Men’s soccer: Lofty expectations for freshman, New Zealand native Brotherton to help turn Badgers aroundSam Brotherton, a true freshman central defender from New Zealand, is not a typical recruit in the mind of Wisconsin Read…“He’s just steady,” Hohlbein said. “You know what to expect from him every time he walks onto the field. He’s very good in the air, and I think that’s one of his best attributes. I would just say the manner that he leads through example reminds me most of myself.”The Badgers hope Hohlbein can leave a lasting impact on the current players in the program, just as he did in his illustrious career at Wisconsin.“It’s great being back and working these guys and sharing my experiences to help them along their process and their learning,” Hohlbein said.last_img read more

‘DREAM COME TRUE’: How Buddy Boeheim carried out his lifelong goal of playing for Syracuse

first_imgAt three years old, Buddy Boeheim pulled game tapes out of a drawer in his parents’ bedroom. Buddy remembered which games Syracuse won and which it lost. The tapes with the most wear and tear were some of the biggest wins SU had in Buddy’s lifetime.“If it was one I really liked, like the (2003) national championship game, that whole run I watched those games seven, eight times,” Buddy said. “All day. And just relived the games because that was my life growing up.”Buddy, the son of Hall of Famer and Syracuse head coach Jim Boeheim, has been an SU fan as long as he can remember. The team he admired for 18 years trained him all the while. Players he viewed as heroes turned into mentors and his father morphed into a coach. Years around the program directed Buddy to SU, but invaluable instruction has prepared him for a freshman season on Jim Boeheim Court. AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“It’s something I’ve watched and thought about my whole life and pictured in my head,” Buddy said, of playing for Syracuse. “So I feel like I’m more ready than a lot of guys usually are because I’ve been around it so much.”***Buddy’s mother, Juli, knew what a Syracuse loss meant for her youngest son. Tears. Lots of tears. She and Buddy often waited outside the locker room while Buddy had “a big two- to three-hour cry,” Juli said. Buddy needed to see his father. And then he’d cry all over again.In sixth and seventh grade, when last names were added to jerseys, Buddy’s connection to his dad was more apparent than ever. People expected him to be the best player on the court, and Buddy himself wanted to live up to the Boeheim name. But at the time, he wasn’t even in the starting lineup.,After some bad games, Buddy walked out to the car and cried or threw things. He didn’t think then that he’d ever contribute at his dream school. Maybe he’d be a walk-on, or come to Syracuse because he always wanted to. Not because he deserved it.As Buddy’s self-doubt manifested, his father propped him up.“He would see my crying after games, and he’d tell me I’m gonna be the best player in the area someday,” Buddy said. “And that just stuck out, always reminded me every now and then that he always believed in me.”Eventually, Boeheim helped his son surpass the burden. He attended Buddy’s games at Jamesville-DeWitt (New York) High School when he could and provided “nuggets of advice” afterward. Other nights, J-D’s head coach Jeff Ike visited SU to receive Boeheim’s advice on the zone and install quick-hitter offensive sets.Once Buddy grew out of the pressure, he proved he was a top-level recruit. But Buddy went into the summer after his junior year without an SU offer. Then, Boeheim’s assistants came to his office and implored him to grant Buddy a spot, Juli said. After only a bit of discussion at home, Boeheim agreed. Buddy had earned it.“I wouldn’t have pushed through that (without him),” Buddy said. “Just keeping me motivated at all times, even if I was struggling.”***Buddy watched the 2003 national championship game from his house as Gerry McNamara hit six first-half 3s. Six years later, he sweated and cried in Madison Square Garden as Eric Devendorf and Syracuse beat UConn in six overtimes in the Big East tournament.Over time, the legends of Syracuse basketball folklore became Buddy’s personal coaches. Beginning in seventh grade, Buddy worked out with Devendorf when he returned for summers while playing overseas. Devendorf didn’t touch Buddy’s jump shot — it was already “unbelievable,” he said. McNamara compared it to NBA All-Star Klay Thompson’s. So, Devendorf and Buddy worked on other aspects of his game.“Trying to give him little secrets here and there,” Devendorf said. “Putting the ball on the ground and just having confidence in himself.”The two guards played each other one-on-one. Buddy never won, he said. But the passion and intensity Devendorf trained with rubbed off on Buddy. And that relationship helped Buddy as pressure mounted.When it wasn’t easy to talk to the source of the pressure, Buddy had another outlet. Devendorf had played in front of packed collegiate arenas around the country. He knew what it was like to have people counting on you, even if he couldn’t relate exactly to what Buddy dealt with.“When your dad is a Hall of Fame coach, expectations can be pretty high,” Devendorf said. “People can put a lot of nonsense out there. You have a bad game, you have a good game, they’re always gonna have something to say.”Devendorf took a position as special assistant to the head coach at University of Detroit Mercy after working on SU’s strength staff. But McNamara remains one of Boeheim’s assistants, and he’s worked with Buddy to expand beyond his jump shot. He puts it on the floor better now, McNamara said, and has started to make second-level reads off of drives.When McNamara arrived at Syracuse in 2002, he saw Buddy in diapers. Sixteen years later, SU’s all-time leader in 3-pointers made is afraid to challenge that same kid to a shooting contest.,“I might have to work him out for an hour before practice, after the hardest practice of the year, work him out for another 30 minutes and then challenge him,” McNamara said. “I think that’ll be the timing.”Buddy and Devendorf still text every few weeks. Not everyone has the opportunity for relationships growing up with players like McNamara and Devendorf, Buddy said. “Without their advice and telling me what I need to focus on, I don’t think I would really be here and be the player I am today,” Buddy said.***At ACC Media Day on Oct. 24, Boeheim said he plans to play nine guys. Buddy is the ninth man. In Syracuse’s first scrimmage, Buddy started and scored 19 points with multiple SU guards missing out due to injury.Whenever the first regular-season minutes come for Buddy, he’ll be revitalizing an old last name-number combination. From 1962 to 1966, when Boeheim played for the Orange, he wore the number 35, which Buddy will do this season. He picked the number in eighth grade, before he knew it had been his dad’s collegiate number. Buddy just liked the number, he said. But he was glad to keep wearing it, and to wear it at Syracuse, after he learned in high school about the number’s history in his family.“He’s my inspiration for why I’m here,” Buddy said. “And a big part of it besides my love for the game. I wouldn’t be here without him.”McNamara said that Buddy’s early playing time will be dictated by his shooting. The 6-foot-5 guard comes in with a reputation as a sharp-shooter, and Syracuse struggled from the 3-point range last season, making 31.8 percent of its shots from behind the arc. In the 2017 Nike Elite Youth Basketball League, Buddy shot 55.6 percent from 3-point land. For years, Buddy has reaped the benefits of a Syracuse basketball player. He’s traveled to conference tournaments and played in the Melo Center since its inception. He’s received personal tutelage from each member of the coaching staff. Still, one thing might be weird for Buddy, he said, at least the first time.Sometime this season, his dad will point down the bench as Buddy has seen him do hundreds of times before. But this time, Boeheim will be pointing at another Boeheim.“Just playing here is a dream come true,” Buddy said. “And I’m just looking forward to that.” Cover photo by Josh Shub-Selzter | Staff Photographer Comments Published on November 2, 2018 at 11:19 am Contact Billy: wmheyen@syr.edu | @Wheyen3,Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.last_img read more

Henderson and Lallana are doubts for Saturdays clash with United

first_imgThe two have struggled with thigh and heel injuries recently and are rated as doubtful for Saturdays clash with Manchester United in Old Trafford.Ahead of that game it’s reported Manchester United’s senior players have approached Louis Van Gaal about his coaching methods.United sit 5th in the table 5 points behind leaders Manchester City.last_img

Cannabis Reduces Headache and Migraine Pain by Nearly Half

first_imgPULLMAN, Wash. – Inhaled cannabis reduces self-reported headache severity by 47.3% and migraine severity by 49.6%, according to a recent study led by Carrie Cuttler, a Washington State University assistant professor of psychology.The study, published online recently in the Journal of Pain, is the first to use big data from headache and migraine patients using cannabis in real time. Previous studies have asked patients to recall the effect of cannabis use in the past. There has been one clinical trial indicating that cannabis was better than ibuprofen in alleviating headache, but it used nabilone, a synthetic cannabinoid drug.“We were motivated to do this study because a substantial number of people say they use cannabis for headache and migraine, but surprisingly few studies had addressed the topic,” said Cuttler, the lead author on the paper.In the WSU study, researchers analyzed archival data from the Strainprint app, which allows patients to track symptoms before and after using medical cannabis purchased from Canadian producers and distributors. The information was submitted by more than 1,300 patients who used the app over 12,200 times to track changes in headache from before to after cannabis use, and another 653 who used the app more than 7,400 times to track changes in migraine severity.“We wanted to approach this in an ecologically valid way, which is to look at actual patients using whole plant cannabis to medicate in their own homes and environments,” Cuttler said. “These are also very big data, so we can more appropriately and accurately generalize to the greater population of patients using cannabis to manage these conditions.”Cuttler and her colleagues saw no evidence that cannabis caused “overuse headache,” a pitfall of more conventional treatments which can make patients’ headaches worse over time. However, they did see patients using larger doses of cannabis over time, indicating they may be developing tolerance to the drug.The study found a small gender difference with significantly more sessions involving headache reduction reported by men (90.0%) than by women (89.1%). The researchers also noted that cannabis concentrates, such as cannabis oil, produced a larger reduction in headache severity ratings than cannabis flower.There was, however, no significant difference in pain reduction among cannabis strains that were higher or lower in levels of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD), two of the most commonly studied chemical constituents in cannabis, also known as cannabinoids. Since cannabis is made up of over 100 cannabinoids, this finding suggests that different cannabinoids or other constituents like terpenes may play the central role in headache and migraine relief.More research is needed, and Cuttler acknowledges the limitations of the Strainprint study since it relies on a self-selected group of people who may already anticipate that cannabis will work to alleviate their symptoms, and it was not possible to employ a placebo control group.“I suspect there are some slight overestimates of effectiveness,” said Cuttler. “My hope is that this research will motivate researchers to take on the difficult work of conducting placebo-controlled trials. In the meantime, this at least gives medical cannabis patients and their doctors a little more information about what they might expect from using cannabis to manage these conditions.”last_img read more

Australian Open 2019: Overshadowed in New York, Naomi Osaka finally has her magic moment

first_img Australian Open 2019: Naomi Osaka defeats Petra Kvitova to claim 2nd straight grand slam title Osaka’s emotions carried over into the postmatch news conference.”I know she really wanted to have the 24th Grand Slam,” Osaka told reporters. “Everyone knows this. It’s on the commercials. It’s everywhere. But when I step onto the court, I feel like a different person. I’m not a Serena fan. I’m just a tennis player playing another tennis player. But then when I hugged her at the net …”Osaka was the unfortunate villain at Flushing Meadows. However, fast forward four months and the big-hitting fourth seed was back on the biggest stage with the chance to enjoy her finest moment at the Australian Open.What a moment. @Naomi_Osaka_ wins her second Grand Slam in a row  pic.twitter.com/9TTskXIH9E— (@AustralianOpen) January 26, 2019Osaka put on a memorable spectacle with Petra Kvitova, who had her own story to tell – the victim of a terrifying home invasion that left her playing hand horrifically mangled and career up in the air.Saturday’s women’s final had it all. Aces, thrilling baseline rallies, crisp winners, twists and turns, and even some unexpected rain in a battle of the big hitters in Melbourne.Osaka also squandered three championship points in the second set as her opponent – a two-time Wimbledon champion – threatened to complete a fairytale comeback from the lowest of lows in 2016.But Osaka, 21, the youngest world No. 1 since Caroline Wozniacki (20) in 2010 and the first Asian (female or male) to top the rankings –   showed why she is the new face of women’s tennis in her 7-6 (7-2), 5-7, 6-4 victory Saturday. Osaka is the first woman since Jennifer Capriati in 2001 to follow up her debut slam win by claiming the next one, and the first woman to secure successive majors since Williams clinched the 2014 US Open followed by the Australian Open, French Open and Wimbledon in 2015.There were no apologies this time as she received the Daphne Akhurst Memorial Cup and collected her prize check.Osaka finally had her magic moment. “I know that everyone was cheering for Serena Williams, and I’m sorry it had to end like this.”Tears were streaming down Naomi Osaka’s face in Arthur Ashe Stadium in September. She had just won her first grand slam at the US Open.center_img But they were not tears of joy as she apologized to the New York crowd, who had jeered the beginning of the trophy presentation.Osaka’s moment in the spotlight was cruelly taken away in the midst of Serena’s epic meltdown during the contentious match. Related News Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic look to make history – the numbers ahead of the Australian Open finallast_img read more

What channel is Cowboys vs. Eagles on today? Schedule, time for Week 16 NFL game

first_imgWhile both teams have identical records, the Cowboys hold the head-to-head tiebreaker which makes Sunday’s game even more important for the Eagles as a loss would surely knock them out of playoff contention.MORE: Watch Cowboys vs. Eagles live with fuboTV (7-day free trial)The Cowboys’ season has been disappointing to say the least. A 3-0 start led many to peg Dallas as a Superbowl contender, but things soon fell off the rails. The Cowboys are just 4-7 since their undefeated start and have looked pedestrian at times. Coach Jason Garrett’s job may very well be on the line if he isn’t able to get Dallas back to the playoffs.Philadelphia’s season hasn’t gone much better. The Eagles have been all over the place this season, with multiple losing streaks of at least two games. Philly also hasn’t won more than two games in a row this season either. It doesn’t help that the Eagles’ receiving corps is all but depleted, leaving quarterback Carson Wentz to throw to below-average players at the position. If coach Doug Pederson’s able to get this team to the postseason, it might just be his best coaching performance during his tenure in Philly.Here’s everything you need to know to watch the Cowboys vs. Eagles game on Sunday, including kickoff time, TV channels and a full Week 16 NFL schedule.MORE: How the Cowboys or Eagles can win the NFC EastWhat channel is Cowboys vs. Eagles on today?TV channel (national): FoxTV channel (Dallas): KDFWTV channel (Philadelphia): WXTF-TVLive stream: fuboTV (7-day free trial)The Cowboys vs. Eagles game will be shown on Fox to a majority of viewers across the country. For local viewers in Dallas and Philadelphia, you can find the game broadcast on your Fox affiliate station. Joe Buck will call the Cowboys vs. Eagles play-by-play action, and Troy Aikman will provide analysis.You can also live stream Cowboys vs. Eagles by signing up for fuboTV, which offers a seven-day free trial.MORE: NFL TV coverage map for Week 16Cowboys vs. Eagles: What time is kickoff?Date: Sunday, Dec. 22Time: 4:25 p.m. ETThe Cowboys vs. Eagles game starts at 4:25 p.m. ET on Sunday, Dec. 22.  Dallas heads into Sunday’s game having lost four of its last six while Philadelphia’s lost three of its last five.NFL schedule Week 16You can keep up with live scores and stats with SN’s live scoreboard.Note: National broadcasts are listed in bold.Saturday, Dec. 21GameTimeTVTexans at Buccaneers1 p.m. ETNFL Network, fuboTVBills at Patriots4:30 p.m. ETNFL Network, fuboTVRams at 49ers8:15 p.m. ETNFL Network, fuboTVSunday, Dec. 22GameTimeChannelJaguars vs. Falcons1 p.m.Fox, fuboTVRavens vs. Browns1 p.m.CBS, fuboTVSaints vs. Titans1 p.m.Fox, fuboTVPanthers vs. Colts1 p.m.Fox, fuboTVBengals vs. Dolphins1 p.m.CBS, fuboTVSteelers vs. Jets1 p.m.CBS, fuboTVGiants vs. Redskins1 p.m.Fox, fuboTVLions vs. Broncos4:05 p.m.CBS, fuboTVRaiders vs. Chargers4:05 p.m.CBS, fuboTVCowboys vs. Eagles4:25 p.m.Fox, fuboTVCardinals vs. Seahawks4:25 p.m.Fox, fuboTVChiefs vs. Bears8:25 p.m.NBC, fuboTVMonday, Dec. 23GameTimeTVPackers vs. Vikings8:15 p.m.ESPNCowboys schedule 2019WeekDateOpponentKickoff timeTVWeek 1Sept. 8vs. Giants (W, 35-17)4:25 p.m. ETFOXWeek 2Sept. 15at Redskins (W, 31-21)1 p.m. ETFOXWeek 3Sept. 22Dolphins (W, 31-6)1 p.m. ETFOXWeek 4Sept. 29at Saints (L, 12-10)8:20 p.m. ETNBCWeek 5Oct. 6vs. Packers (L, 34-24)4:25 p.m. ETFOXWeek 6Oct. 13at Jets (L, 24-22)4:25 p.m. ETCBSWeek 7Oct. 20vs. Eagles (W, 37-10)8:20 p.m. ETNBCWeek 8BYE—Week 9Nov. 4at Giants (W, 37-18)8:15 p.m. ETESPNWeek 10Nov. 10vs. Vikings (L, 28-24)8:20 p.m. ETNBCWeek 11Nov. 17at Lions (W, 35-27)1 p.m. ETFOXWeek 12Nov. 24at Patriots (L, 13-9)4:25 p.m. ETCBSWeek 13Nov. 28vs. Bills (L, 26-15)4:30 p.m. ETCBSWeek 14Dec. 5at Bears (W, 31-24)8:20 p.m. ETFOXWeek 15Dec. 15vs. Rams (W, 44-21)4:25 p.m. ETFOXWeek 16Dec. 22at Eagles4:25 p.m. ETFOXWeek 17Dec. 29vs. Redskins1 p.m. ETFOXEagles schedule 2019WeekDateOpponentKickoff timeTVWeek 1Sept. 8vs. Redskins (W, 32-37)1 p.m. ETFOXWeel 2Sept. 15at Falcons (L, 24-20)8:20 p.m. ETNBCWeek 3Sept. 22vs. Lions (L, 27-24)1 p.m. ETFOXWeek 4Sept. 26 (Thursday)at Packers (W, 34-27)8:20 p.m. ETFOXWeek 5Oct. 6vs. Jets (W, 31-6)1 p.m. ETCBSWeek 6Oct. 13at Vikings (L, 38-20)1 p.m. ETFOXWeek 7Oct. 20at Cowboys (L, 37-10)8:20 p.m. ETNBCWeek 8Oct. 27at Bills (W, 31-13)1 p.m. ETFOXWeek 9Nov. 3vs. Bears (W, 22-14)1 p.m. ETFOXWeek 10BYEWeek 11Nov. 17vs. Patriots (L, 17-10)4:25 p.m. ETCBSWeek 12Nov. 24vs. Seahawks (L, 17-9)8:20 p.m. ETNBCWeek 13Dec. 1at Dolphins (L, 37-31)1 p.m. ETFOXWeek 14Dec. 9 (Monday)vs. Giants (W, 23-17)8:15 p.m. ETESPNWeek 15Dec. 15at Redskins (w, 37-27)1 p.m. ETFOXWeek 16Dec. 22vs. Cowboys4:25 p.m. ETFOXWeek 17Dec. 29at Giants1 p.m. ETFOX Week 16 of the NFL regular season features a matchup that will be pivotal in the race for the NFC East as the Cowboys take on the Eagles on Sunday.Dallas (7-7) is coming off a dominant 44-21 win over the Rams as it moved back to .500 on the season. Philadelphia (7-7) topped Washington in Week 15 to keep its playoff hopes alive.last_img read more