Downward trend in share prices will not last long: Analysts

first_imgMSCI’s broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan fell 0.7 percent, Japan’s Nikkei and Korea’s KOSPI were in the red, Hong Kong’s Hang Seng fell 0.6 percent and the Shanghai Composite was 0.1 percent weaker.Fears of the coronavirus outbreak, which has severely hurt the world’s second largest economy, also further undermined Indonesia’s economic growth, which has been stuck at about 5 percent for the past three years.Investors began to sideline the market as fears mounted. The volume of stocks traded in the last week of January was recorded at only 40.82 billion shares, with a total value of Rp 32.23 trillion, far lower than the 75.99 billion shares valued at Rp 80.98 trillion recorded during the same period last year, according to the IDX data. (ydp)Topics : Most securities analysts believe share prices on the local market have bottomed out, with many countries now committed to halting the spread of the virus. As of Saturday, the deadly virus has killed more than 813 people worldwide, mostly in China, and infected more than 37,549 people in over 25 countries, according to the Johns Hopkins University Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE).“The drop in prices this month was mainly caused by panic selling amid fears over the spread of the coronavirus,” Artha Sekuritas Indonesia vice president Frederik Rasali told The Jakarta Post on Tuesday via text.Read also: BI injects $1.8b to stabilize Indonesian markets as investors flee over coronavirus fears Indonesian stock prices appear to have bottomed out following a nearly 6 percent drop in January as investors feared the spread of the coronavirus, which started in China in late December 2019, would further drag down global economic growth.The JCI, the main index at the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX), only gained a modest 1.7 percent in 2019 to close the year at 6,299 in the backdrop of sluggish economic growth. The index was under selling pressure through most of January due to fears over the impact of the coronavirus outbreak.Declining by 5.7 percent in January to close the month at 5,940, the index showed signs of recovery at the start of February following growing optimism that the outbreak could be kept under control. The JCI gained ground in the last two weeks to close at 5,999 on Friday. The JCI’s fall contrasts with the upward trend typically recorded in January, known as the “January effect” — a phenomenon wherein investors go on a shopping spree during the first month of the year.As documented by Bloomberg, between 2010 and 2020, the index’s performance fell only three times in the month of January. The index fell 7.95 percent in January 2011, 0.05 in January 2017 and 5.7 in January 2020. In other years, the index grew considerably, with the highest growth recorded in January 2019 at 5.46 percent.“[The downward trend] will not last for the long term, of course, because governments of each country have responded swiftly [to the outbreak],” said Frederik, adding that he predicted the index would return to the 6,000 level following the release of full year financial reports for 2019, which typically occurs before the end of February.Bank Negara Indonesia (BNI) Sekuritas’s head of research Kim Kwie Sjamsudin wrote in a report that during previous viral outbreaks, the market tended to bottom out several months after the first reported case.“As investors tend to overreact during the onset of a virus outbreak, the subsequent rebounds have been quite swift as well,” Kim wrote, adding that the JCI’s current valuation level offered “an attractive risk to risk to reward proposition”.Jakarta Composite Index (JCI) movement from March 2019 to Feb. 7, 2020. (JP/Bloomberg).Usage: 0 (JP/Bloomberg)The prices of big caps — those with market capitalization above Rp 20 trillion — have depreciated recently. On Friday, blue chip BNI shares dropped 4.85 percent month-to-month (mtm), while other big caps Astra International and Charoen Pokphand Indonesia fell 6.23 percent and 12.07 percent, respectively.However, Trimegah Securities head of research and foreign institutional equity Sebastian Tobing said a number of stocks had not been affected by the coronavirus fears, such as Bumi Serpong Damai (BSD), which booked a 7.17 percent week-on-week increase.Indonesia’s stock market decline conforms to the global stock market movement, with stock markets around the world also seeing downturns.Most share markets in Asia slipped on Friday, as the growing death toll and economic impact of the coronavirus outbreak put a lid on the week’s sharp rally, Bloomberg reported.Read also: Coronavirus to affect stock market until contained: Analysts Between Jan. 27 and Jan. 31, foreign investors recorded net sales of Rp 2.35 trillion (US$171 million), a sharp contrast to the transactions recorded during the same period last year, when foreign investors made net purchases of Rp 3.7 trillion.last_img read more

FA Cup quarter-final fixtures, dates, odds and TV schedule

first_imgFA Cup quarter-final fixtures, dates, odds and TV schedule Comment Phil HaighTuesday 19 Feb 2019 2:52 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link Millwall are representing the Championship in the last eight (Picture: Getty Images)What TV channel will the games be on?The TV schedule is yet to be confirmed, although they will be shown on either BBC or BT Sport.The BBC had the rights to 16 matches this season while BT can show 30.More: FootballChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityBruno Fernandes responds to Man Utd bust-up rumours with Ole Gunnar SolskjaerWhat are the odds? (Courtesy of Betfair)4/5 Man City7/2 Man United10/1 Wolves11/1 Watford13/1 Brighton14/1 Crystal Palace50/1 Millwall125/1 SwanseaWhat is the prize money?Winners £3,600,000Runners-up £1,800,000Semi-Final losers £900,000Quarter-Final winners £720,000MORE: Didier Deschamps declares ‘Anthony Martial is back’ and aims dig at Jose Mourinho over formMORE: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer names Manchester United star he can’t afford to drop Manchester City have strolled into the quarter-finals (Picture: Getty Images)FA Cup quarter-final drawSwansea City v Manchester CityWatford v Crystal PalaceWolves v Manchester UnitedAdvertisementAdvertisementMillwall v BrightonWhen are the fixtures being played?The games will take place on the weekend of 16 March, although kick-off times are yet to be confirmed.center_img Manchester United surged into the last eight of the FA Cup (Picture: Getty Images)The 2018-19 FA Cup is down to the last eight teams with the quarter-final line-up set on Monday night.Manchester United beat Chelsea at Stamford Bridge to claim the last spot in the quarter-finals thanks to goals from Ander Herrera and Paul Pogba.Rio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starThey join Manchester City in the last eight, but a number of the other big names in English football have already been eliminated.Tottenham, Arsenal, Liverpool and Everton have all been dumped out of the competition, leaving the Manchester sides and a number of underdogs.ADVERTISEMENT Advertisement Advertisementlast_img read more

German metal employers slam coalition’s basic pension deal

first_imgAccording to the agreement, the basic pension (Grundrente) is to be paid from January 2021 to anyone who has paid contributions for 35 years, with periods of parenting and caring for relatives counted. This will be subject to a comprehensive income test, but not an assessment of property.Gesamtmetall director general Oliver Zander said:  “Anyone who has paid little into the pension system over a lifetime is now getting a significantly higher pension — higher than the contributions he has made, and higher than the pension of other pensioners who have paid in more but don’t meet the requirements for the basic pension.”He said this new injustice would have to be made up for in a few years, and then the country would end up with a political unconditional minimum pension.“This has nothing to do with the basic principles of our pension system. It’s a break with the system,” Zander said.He accused the federal government of ignoring demographic change.“We do not know today how our country will pay the pension burden in 10 years. But instead of finally changing course and doing without more pension gifts, billions more euros are being added to the pensions burden,” he said.Anyone who pretended to be concerned about the future of young people should not support such a pension policy, said Zander.Also included in the coalition agreement are measures designed to strengthen the system of occupational pensions, reduce the contribution to unemployment insurance for a limited period, double the tax allowance for employee equity investments as well as the subsidy amount for low-paid occupational pensions.A fund for future technologies of up to €10bn, particularly in the areas of digitalisation and climate, is to be set up by the Kreditanstalt für Wiederaufbau.According to the wording of the pact, the parties aim to change the current situation where occupational pension payments trigger additional statutory health insurance (GKV) contributions, “in order to strengthen the acceptance and trust in occupational pensions”.They said the exemption limit for pensions would be changed into a “dynamic” free allowance, with a deduction creating relief for all compulsorily-insured company pension recipients.The resulting shortfall in contributions will be financed entirely by the GKV resources, according to the agreement. The lobby group for Germany’s largest industrial sector has harshly criticised a hard-won political compromise over a guaranteed state pension for working people.Gesamtmetall, which speaks for 23 member associations representing more than 7,100 companies in the metal and electrical engineering sector, branded the deal, formed on Sunday, a break from the principles of the German pension system.Chancellor Angela Merkel’s bloc, consisting of the CDU and CSU parties, agreed yesterday with the SPD — its coalition partner since early last year — a package to increase retirement income for what the SPD said would be as many as 1.5m long-term earners from 2021.The issue had been key for the SPD, and the failure so far to secure a deal was seen as a threat to the stability of the ruling coalition.last_img read more

PSG launch crowdfunding initiative against COVID-19

first_imgParis Saint-Germain have launched a crowdfunding initiative in the fight against coronavirus. The initiative, named #PSGengage, has been set up to raise funds for Paris’ hospitals, volunteers and patients of the Secours Populaire Francais as well as the Action Against Hunger organisation in France and around the world. Donations can be made via HelloAsso and PSG’s official website. Read Also: Iheanacho names Man City star that helped him most at Etihad PSG themselves have made a 100,000 euro donation to Secours Populaire Francais and have sold 217,500 euros worth of first team shirts in the last two weeks, with the proceeds doing to Paris’ hospitals. This money can pay for health workers’ accommodation, transport, food, leisure services and communication. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… Promoted ContentTop 7 Best Car Manufacturers Of All Time6 Extreme Facts About HurricanesBest Car Manufacturers In The WorldIncredible Discoveries That Puzzled The Whole WorldWhat Happens To Your Brain When You Play Too Much Video Games?Stunning Wedding Outfits From All Around The WorldBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table TopCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayThe Top 9 Oddest Underwater Discoveries No One Can Explain6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A Drone6 Incredibly Strange Facts About Hurricaneslast_img read more

Cardinals Basketball Results

first_imgThe 5th Grade SLS Basketball Cardinals defeated St. Paul’s Monday, December 8 by the score 42-15.Abe Streator and Hunter Laudick led the team in scoring while Kyle Salatin played an “all-around” good game.The Cardinals will play St. Paul’s again, Wednesday, December 10 at SLS Activitiy Center.Courtesy of Cardinals Coach Dale Amrhein.The St. Louis 6th grade boys basketball team had their undefeated record broken last night by the SEI Tigers 34-29.The game was hard fought by both teams. St Louis led at half 18-15 but the Tigers came back in the second half to tie the game at 29 and with less 2 minutes to go in the game forced a turnover and turned it in to two points to take the lead. St. Louis was unable to score on their next possession and the Tigers made key free throws down the stretch to win the game by the score of 34-29.The Tigers were led by Elisha Moore 20 points. The Cardinals were led defensively by Sam Voegele and Riley Schebler and offensively were led by Andrew Oesterling, Max Giesting, Wil Freeland, Kurt Siefert, Sam Voegele and Michael Wanstrath.St. Louis plays St. Michael’s on Thursday with the 5th starting at 6:00 and the 6th at 7:00.Courtesy of Cardinals Coach Jim Oesterling.last_img read more

AIMS Experts Arrive to Measure Onitsha City Marathon Course

first_imgPromoters of Onitsha City Marathon (OCM) took a bold step, when officials from Association of International Marathons and Distance Races (AIMS) measured the route for the race on June 30.The Onitsha City Marathon has been scheduled to hold on Oct.5 in the commercial nerve centre of Anambra State, South East of Nigeria.At the Head of the 6-man team was a Scot, 67-year-old, internationally acclaimed Marathon Race Measurer, Norrie Williamson based in South Africa. The team was made up of Nigeria’s well-known personality in Marathon/Raod Race organisation, Yussuf Ali.He is currently, the General Manager, Access Bank Lagos City Marathon, alongside Policeman, Solomon Aliyu, a renowned Athletics coach and Head of Security for the tour.Others are the Marathon Route Manager, Olawale Olatunji, and Obiandu Anne, the Events Manager and Lewis Omasuwa, a Tartan Track specialist.Williamson, on arrival with his team, rode on his bicycle through the 21 kilometre course through the ever busy streets of Onitsha, the commercial nerve centre of Anambra State, to take the measurement.The distance covered the Onitsha North and South and parts of Idemili North.Williamson was covered by a team from the Federal Road Safety and the Nigeria Police, who assisted in keeping the ever-busy Onitsha traffic jam at bay throughout the duration of the 2 hour-long grueling exercise.At the end of the painstaking measurement on June 30, Nigeria’s Marathon Race specialist, Alli and current National long Jump record holder, hailed the event as `great’.He holds the National record of 8.27 metres that he set in Lagos on Aug. 8, 1989.Alli told Journalists that the Onitsha City Marathon had started out well by commencing with the measurement. “When you want a race of this magnitude, you need to start with the measurement of theourse.“The Onitsha City Marathon is lucky to have procured the services of the best in the event – Williamson, a man credited with measuring marathons routes of four previous Olympic Games – 1984 Los Angelis Games, 1996 Atlanta, 2004 Athens and the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games.According to Alli, the Onitsha Marathon is fantastic course because it has a flat course and sure to attract many entries.“I am certain that it will attract many entries from elite athletes all over the World because of the flat nature of the course.’’Alli, a former captain of the National contingent to many Africa, Commonwealth and Olympic Games said that he was amazed to witness a growing culture of road racing in Onitsha.“I observed many enthusiastic people made up of the young and the old jogging for life in the city. This is a good sign that the people trooping out ijn their numbers to jog.“This will impact well on the marathon because the popularity for road race already, thriving in city,’’ he said.On whether the race will hold this year, he said that Oct. 5 date set by the promoters had been officially adopted by AIMS. “We are already working toward it. I am coming for a number of other issues to firm up arrangements.“We still have to count all the lampposts on the routes take others details ahead of the race,’’ Ali said.The Association of International Marathons and Distance Races, also known as AIMS, is an association of the organisers of long-distance road running races.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img

REVIEW: The 1975 delivers another promising single on love in the digital age

first_img(Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons / Begoña from Errenteria, España) “If You’re Too Shy” sounds straight out of a coming-of-age movie, right when the main character and their love interest suddenly fall for each other in a dreamy montage sequence. Although that sort of fanciful scene probably won’t happen while social distancing, the song still makes you want to joyfully dance in your bedroom.   Along with Thursday’s release, the band has released the tracks “The Birthday Party” and “Jesus Christ 2005 God Bless America” as singles for its upcoming album. In comparison to these mellow tracks, “If You’re Too Shy” is more rose-tinted and tech-themed. An edit of “If You’re Too Shy” was also released with backup vocals from English singer and songwriter FKA Twigs.  The 1975 is back, with its seventh single from the highly anticipated upcoming album, “Notes On A Conditional Form.” Filled with catchy lyrics and a lively saxophone, the track “If You’re Too Shy (Let Me Know)” is the type of serotonin boost that we all need right now.  The band also released a black and white music video the same day, April 23, to accompany the new single. In the video, the group plays side-by-side with frontman Matty Healy sporting a punk aesthetic and happily dancing along to the song.  Throughout the song, Healy sings about wanting to see the girl he saw on the screen, an allusion to either pornography or a girl he just met on the internet. Although he has feelings for her, she easily intimidates him: “But I see her online, and I don’t think that I should be calling / All the time, I just wanted a happy ending / And I’m pretending I don’t care ‘bout her stare / While she’s giving me a tough time.”  The song could be interpreted in different ways, especially when its bold and merry tempo enhances the risqué lyrics. In an interview with Annie Mac from BBC Radio 1’s “Future Sounds,” Healy said “It’s about the idea of chasing connection, it’s about getting naked on FaceTime … It’s the lighter version of some of the observations of what we’re up to on the internet.” center_img Although the song was formally released April 23, the band originally debuted the track during a February concert; from that moment, fans have eagerly anticipated the new single.  The single begins with a soft instrumental, jumping into an upbeat track that is energetic, fun and easy to dance to. Healy goes on to describe his relationship with a mystery girl he met online. The lyrics are provocative and lustful, especially at the chorus when Healy sings: “She said, Maybe I would like you better if you took off your clothes / I wanna see and stop thinking / If you’re too shy then let me — too shy then let me know.”  The 1975’s fourth studio album “Notes On a Conditional Form” is set to release May 22. The band has previously tackled themes of love in the digital age since their third album “A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships.” Their forthcoming album is a continuation of these themes, and “If You’re Too Shy” plays as a perfect introspective social commentary.  The sound of “If You’re Too Shy” is reminiscent of the band’s alternative music that appeared in its debut self-titled album. With its ’80s-inspired synth pop sound and double entendres, “If You’re Too Shy” is similar to the band’s other songs “Chocolate” and “Girls.” It’ll most likely become a 1975 classic, combining the band’s take on online love with a pop-rock style and giving us a reason to smile and dance amid quarantine. last_img read more

USC swimming and diving posts strong showing at Pac-10s

first_imgThe No. 6 USC women’s swimming and diving team took third place overall in the Pac-10 championships, finishing behind Stanford and California.Strong performance · Over the weekend, junior Katinka Hosszu was named Pac-10 Swimmer of the Meet after posting first-place finishes in the 200 individual medley, 400 individual medley and 200-yard butterfly. – Tim Tran | Daily Trojan The Trojans took home eight titles from the competition, one off the school record for Pac-10 wins (nine wins in 2003).“I am proud of the fact that we came away with eight individual championships, by far the most in nearly a decade,” said USC coach Dave Salo. “Those eight wins can turn into eight wins at the NCAA championships which attests to the perennial strength of the Pac-10 conference.”USC started off on a positive note, ending the first day of the Pac-10s tied for second place with Stanford.As the meet progressed, No. 4 Cal led the rankings during the opening competition, but by Saturday, No. 1 Stanford had managed to come back and take its second-straight Pac-10 title.Though USC did not take home the Pac-10 title, it swept the individual titles.Junior Katinka Hosszu was named Swimmer of the Meet, while junior Victoria Ishimatsu was named Diver of the Meet. Junior Harrison Jones, who participated in the men’s diving Pac-10 championships that also took place last week, was named men’s Diver of the Meet.“I’m really happy with my times and placements,” Hosszu said. “I hope I can be faster at NCAAs and I’m excited to see how much faster I can go.”Hosszu won three titles, the 200-meter and 400-meter individual medleys and the 200-yard butterfly, while sophomore Haley Anderson won two in the 500- and 1560-yard free.Senior Lyndsay DePaul also finished strong for the team on Saturday, taking second place behind Hosszu in the 200-yard butterfly.Although the Women of Troy stressed that the Pac-10s are not as important to the team as the NCAA competition coming up in two weeks, their third place finish was significant. To some, it is an indicator of what they can do better at NCAAs.“It’s good we have this meet so we know what we need to improve in two weeks,” Hosszu said. “For example, I know I was slow on a couple of turns, so I can work on that. Hopefully we can improve and do much better at NCAAs.”The NCAA competition will be March 17-19 in Austin, Texas. The team has high hopes for the last competition of its season.“We had a strong showing at the Pac-10 conference championships and finished third to two very strong teams,” Salo said. “We are looking to move into the top 5 at NCAAs in a few weeks.”last_img read more

No. 3 seed Boeheim’s Army advances to Elite Eight with late run, downs No. 7 seed Team Fancy 65-61

first_img Published on July 20, 2017 at 9:18 pm Contact Matthew: | @MatthewGut21 NEW YORK — As Brandon Triche’s corner 3-pointer soared in the air, Trevor Cooney stood up. He clenched a towel as Boeheim’s Army’s chances to take a lead hung in the air. Fans clad in orange and blue stood up from behind him, some cracking smiles, others nervously holding their breaths. The gym, once vibrant, fell into an anxious hush.Triche drilled the shot, giving the Syracuse alumni a 61-59 lead. And Triche, who landed on the cover of Sports Illustrated in 2012 and led Syracuse to the Elite Eight in 2013, sunk four free throws in the final seconds to seal the game. For No. 3 seed Boeheim’s Army, his 3-point shot punched a ticket to the Elite Eight. A “Let’s go Orange” chant broke up from the Syracuse-dominant stands. For No. 7 seed Team Fancy, which upset the No. 2 seed in the tournament to earn a date with Boeheim’s Army, Triche’s shot was the dagger in a run that seemed like it would go on when they took a lead in the final minutes.“I feel like I was due for one,” Triche said.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textAlly Moreo | Photo EditorBehind Triche’s shot, Boeheim’s Army avenged its Super 16 loss a year ago with a 65-61 victory. For the second time in three years, the Syracuse alumni will play in the Elite Eight of The Basketball Tournament, a 64-team, single-elimination tournament that awards a $2 million grand prize, played at Long Island University-Brooklyn. Boeheim’s Army now boasts an 8-2 record over three summers and will look for win No. 9 Sunday on the same court for a shot at the Final Four.“We have shooters all over the floor,” Devendorf said. “Pick your poison.”It was a seesaw game in every sense, in front of an audience that included the CEO of Starbucks and Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Julio Jones. And, via the ESPN2 national broadcast, likely SU head coach Jim Boeheim.Each team started slow in the opening minutes that included errant passes, missed layups and stagnant offense. Triche broke away twice but failed to convert at the rim. Eric Devendorf needed only three hard dribbles to make it from 3-point range to underneath the hoop, but he too couldn’t get the bucket to go in off the glass. After John Gillon tossed a cross-court pass into the hands of Team Fancy, head coach Ryan Blackwell rolled his eyes and replaced him with Triche. Gillon finished with zero points in seven minutes.But deep into the first half, James Southerland came sweeping through the paint. Uncovered, he caught took a pass chest-high in stride and threw the ball down with his right hand. It was met with applause by the several hundred fans donning orange and blue, and the play spurted a 7-3 Boeheim’s Army run.Ally Moreo | Photo EditorA Devendorf drive to the rim stretched the SU lead to five with nine minutes to go. Once again shortly after, he did almost the same, bumping Boeheim’s Army’s lead to seven, its largest of the game. The next time down, he dropped off a pass to CJ Fair for an easy lay-in.And just when Southerland, fresh off a couple of weeks in the NBA Summer League with the Utah Jazz, looked slightly out of place with an awkward pivot, he dropped in a nifty teardrop to make it a five point game. “We have to be right there in striking distance at the end of the game,” said Devendorf, who finished with a team-high 19 points.Boeheim’s Army did that, as now finds itself three victories away from the grand prize. Comments Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

Third World continues to rock after 45 years

first_imgOne of Jamaica’s more enduring popular band Third World celebrated their 45th year in the entertainment industry at what some fans termed “an extraordinary performance” on Saturday, December 29 at the Liguanea Golf Academy in New Kingston, Jamaica.Build as “Third World and Friends” the show exuded professionalism, creativity and the high quality of Jamaica’s musical cultureObviously, the promoters of the show placed significant emphasis on pleasing Third World fans with a superb production, including the design of the stage The stage featured doors on either side and during the show the MC’s,  Jamaican radio personalities Nikki Z and Rodney Campbell, welcome the performers by opening the doors to welcome the musical friends on stage.But the focus was on Third World, who after 45 years from their first performance at the Ranny Williams Center on Hope Road in 1973 seemed not to have missed a beat. The band thrilled the audience with perennial hits like Try Jah Love, Committed, Always Around, 96 Degrees in the Shade, Sense of Purpose, Now That We’ve Found Love. The original recordings of most of these hits featured the late Bunny Rugs, but popular Jamaican singer AJ Brown was an ample replacement at the show.The ‘Friends’ of Third World appearing in the show included  Naomi Cowan; rising Stars winning trio One Third; Sevana, Billy Mystic, and another perennial favorite for Jamaicans, King Yellowman, who was dressed as a soldier. Yellowman immediately sent the audience roaring with his hits including I’m Getting Married, Blueberry Hill and Zungguzungguguzungguzeng. Additional welcomed friends included Big Youth, Queen Ifrica, Tessanne Chin, Toots Hibbert, Luciano, Freddie McGregor, and Wayne Marshall, and Shaggy. However, the best friend of all, and a surprise to the fan, was the appearance through one of the stage doors of Damion “Junior Gong” Marley who also thrilled the audience with hits like Welcome to Jamrock, and a new hit called Medication in reference to the virtues of marijuana.last_img read more