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    Hi all,

     

    There’s e a ten week practical, hands-on evening course in Short Film-making starting in the Cork Film Centre:

     

    Film-making  - 10 week evening course

     

    Make a short film from start to finish in ten weeks.This hands-on, practical course covers the basics of camera, lighting, sound editing and directing. Course includes one weekend for shooting.  Suitable for beginners and those with a bit of experience. All equipment is supplied.

     

    Starts Tues 1st October   7-10pm   Cost 295 euro.   Ten weeks + one weekend

    Venue: Cork Film Centre, Civic Trust House, 50 Pope’s Quay, Cork

    Booking essential. Call 087 791 1316 to book

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    NEW YORK (MarketWatch) — With even Microsoft Corp. struggling to predict the future, the market industry is likely facing for weeks ahead a steady stream of companies offering equally murky views of year, in what analysts think of as part of the bottoming process for stocks.”You’ve had positive news — Apple — and negative news — Microsoft and EBay — and, while bad and the good, mostly bad, the stock market has just traded sideways for around three months now,” said Dan Greenhaus, equity strategy group, Miller Tabak & Co.This, he added, “is the product in question as markets enter a bottoming process.” Others start to see the same process in the economy.”The difficulty for the information mill on the one hand, the economic data is dismal, and we get reminded of these on an almost daily basis. However, there are a few early indicators we might be in a bottoming process for economy,” said Michael Sheldon, chief market strategist at RDM Financial Group Inc.Those early indicators include rates on mortgages rising falling back below 5%, and improvement in the TED spread, which measures emotional stress, from 4.6% after Lehman Brothers went bust close to 1%, said Sheldon.Thursday afternoon, the market staged a sizeable comeback from losses that followed a pre-opening jolt when software titan Microsoft reported an earnings drop and said hello plans to shed as many as 5,000 workers. It declared itself unable to offer a forecast through out 2009, citing economic uncertainty. “We’ve been rallying since noon and rallying quite hard since 1:40 m. Eastern] on the backs of financial and tech names which have come off their lows considerably,” said Greenhaus, who gave Microsoft, IBM and Ebay Inc. as examples.Meantime, Apple Inc. pulled all-around its high of the afternoon, And in the financial space, Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs Group Inc. became popular, “and the market followed suit,” said Greenhaus.EBay Inc. reported its first-ever earnings decline after Wednesday’s market close. .Bucking the negative trend, Apple Inc. reported quarterly profit that topped expectations, featuring its shares rising 7.2%.The patchy results overall — combined with bleak economic data on jobs and housing — had the Dow Jones Industrial Average falling roughly 250 points, plus more recently off 152.29 points, or 2%, at 8,075.81, with 28 of its 30 component stocks exchanging the red.The S&P 500 declined 17.21 points, or 2.1%, to 823.03, with financials once again pacing the losses that stretched to feature eight of the index’s 10 industry groups.The Nasdaq Composite declined 45.95 points, or 3.1%, to be at 1,461.12.Bear bottomsLooking back at previous bear markets, the so-called ‘V-shaped bottom’ doesn’t generally look like in evidence. Instead, equities fall to “whatever level becomes the underside, then in] horizontal trading” for a period of time, said Greenhaus.When the stock market found its bottom in 2000, it moved sideways for about 11 months, as the 1990 bear market involved six months of lateral trade, the analyst said.With respect to the length and depth of the recession, “we could exchange this channel for two main years. We have to take into account the possibility that we could trade laterally for longer than most people think,” said Greenhaus.For your S&P, Greenhaus expects the trading range to be from about 800 to at least one,000.”At 740 (for the S&P), the marketplace started to get a handle on valuations going forward, if you assume earnings going forward are $60.00, along with the market tends to look for a bottom at 12 or 13 times forward earnings, saying 60 times 13 is 720 – 12 or 13 times 60 bucks is around where the market found a bottom,” he was quoted saying.”If you assume marketplace is going to earn 60, 65 bucks going forward, then fair value is reached in upwards 700s. In spite of this, if this current recession proves deeper and longer, so we have continued earnings revisions o the side effects, that would further depress stock prices. That is the issue moving forward, to what positive effect do these government moves have?”To that end, Thursday’s session included a Senate panel’s approving Timothy Geithner to be the next Treasury secretary, with the nomination now moving to the full U.S. Senate.”As we closer to the confirmation of Geithner as the new Treasury secretary, that could help lift market spirits as desires for the second part of TARP (Troubled Asset Relief Program] enters focus along with the quick passage in the Obama stimulus package,” said Cardillo.By Kate Gibson mulberry tillie tote

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