Netherlands – Pro Impex http://proimpex.info/ Wed, 22 Jun 2022 09:49:12 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://proimpex.info/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/default1-150x150.png Netherlands – Pro Impex http://proimpex.info/ 32 32 Netherlands vs England LIVE: Cricket score and third ODI updates with Eoin Morgan ruled out https://proimpex.info/netherlands-vs-england-live-cricket-score-and-third-odi-updates-with-eoin-morgan-ruled-out/ Wed, 22 Jun 2022 09:49:12 +0000 https://proimpex.info/netherlands-vs-england-live-cricket-score-and-third-odi-updates-with-eoin-morgan-ruled-out/ (Reuters) Follow live coverage of the Netherlands vs England from the third and final one-day international at Amstelveen. Eoin Morgan was ruled out of the series finale against the Netherlands as a precaution with a minor groin injury. Jos Buttler will captain the team as they look to sweep their opponents after winning a series […]]]>

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Follow live coverage of the Netherlands vs England from the third and final one-day international at Amstelveen.

Eoin Morgan was ruled out of the series finale against the Netherlands as a precaution with a minor groin injury. Jos Buttler will captain the team as they look to sweep their opponents after winning a series on Sunday. Morgan has endured back-to-back ducks in the previous two matches, raising questions over his future as ODI skipper.

David Payne entered for his first England appearance in place of Reece Topley, while Sam Curran replaced Morgan, with the tourists carding six-year-old Moeen Ali. Substitute skipper Buttler won the toss and opted to play first.

Follow all the latest live coverage of today’s match in the live blog below:

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Sam Curran to Max O’Dowd. Ball out of cutter length, outside the stump on the fallen front foot, to the ravine for no run, fielded by Roy.

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Brydon Carse to Tom Cooper. Back from a length, outside off stump on the back foot cut, missed for no run, lined up by Buttler.

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Brydon Carse to Max O’Dowd. Back one length, outside off stump on back foot pulling, thin leg for 1 run, lined up by Payne.

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Brydon Carse to Max O’Dowd. Back from a length, outside off stump on the shooting back foot, mistimed at the short middle wicket for no run, fielded by Salt.

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Brydon Carse to Max O’Dowd. Ball from length, outside stump on front foot pushing, mistimed in the middle for no run, lined up by Salt.

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Brydon Carse to Max O’Dowd. Back from a length, outside the stump on the back foot Steer, mistimed to short the third man for no points, fielded by Roy.

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Sam Curran to Max O’Dowd. Ball out of cutter length, center stump on front foot pushing, to point with no run, lined up by Roy.

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Sam Curran to Max O’Dowd. Ball from length, low leg side on dropped front foot, to short extra coverage not to run, lined up by Salt.

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Wide Sam Curran to Tom Cooper. The bouncer, leg side down the track, missed the third man for 2 runs, run saved by Buttler.

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Twitter reactions: Jason Roy and Phil Salt shine in England’s decisive victory against the Netherlands https://proimpex.info/twitter-reactions-jason-roy-and-phil-salt-shine-in-englands-decisive-victory-against-the-netherlands/ Mon, 20 Jun 2022 07:17:25 +0000 https://proimpex.info/twitter-reactions-jason-roy-and-phil-salt-shine-in-englands-decisive-victory-against-the-netherlands/ In a clash in the rain, England sailed to a six-wicket win by successfully chasing the target against the Netherlands in the second ODI of the current three-game series. Openers Jason Roy and Phil Salt took the Dutch bowlers to the cleaners, forming a dominating 139-point opening stand to put the game away from the […]]]>

In a clash in the rain, England sailed to a six-wicket win by successfully chasing the target against the Netherlands in the second ODI of the current three-game series. Openers Jason Roy and Phil Salt took the Dutch bowlers to the cleaners, forming a dominating 139-point opening stand to put the game away from the hosts.

Salt continued his good form from Game 1, scoring 77 of 54 with nine boundary assists. Likewise, Roy also shone with the bat, hitting 73 on 60 deliveries, including 13 fours and a six.

After Roy left, England lost three quick wickets in the form of captain Salt Eoin Morgan and versatile Liam Livingstonebut Dawid Malan (36 no) and Moeen Ali (42 no) kept things under control and took England to the finish line in 37th place.

Earlier, the Netherlands posted 235/7 in their 41 overs allowed (the match was reduced to 41 overs per side due to the wet outfield). Captain Scott Edwards led from the front, smashing a brilliant 78 from 73 balls, including 4 fours and 3 sixes, before an unfortunate run-out cut short his stay in the middle. For visitors, David Willy (2/46) and Adil Rachid (2/50) picked up two wickets each.

Here’s how Twitter reacted:

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Plug-in car sales continue to grow in May 2022 https://proimpex.info/plug-in-car-sales-continue-to-grow-in-may-2022/ Sat, 18 Jun 2022 14:25:00 +0000 https://proimpex.info/plug-in-car-sales-continue-to-grow-in-may-2022/ Passenger car sales in the Netherlands are down, as in most other European markets. In May, new listings were down 7% year-over-year. However, when it comes to plug-in electric cars, we can see that so far this year sales have been increasing every month. According Volumes EV’ data shared by Jose Pontes, last month about […]]]>

Passenger car sales in the Netherlands are down, as in most other European markets. In May, new listings were down 7% year-over-year.

However, when it comes to plug-in electric cars, we can see that so far this year sales have been increasing every month. According Volumes EV’ data shared by Jose Pontes, last month about 7,620 new plug-ins were registered. We estimate the growth rate to be around 27% year over year.

The market share reached an impressive 32%, including 21% for all-electric cars, or more than one in five new cars. BEVs are the main growth force right now, up 48% year-over-year.

New plug-in car registrations:

  • BEV: around *5,000 and 21% share
  • PHEV: around *2,620 and 11% share
  • Total: 7,620 (32% share)

*estimated from market share

So far this year, more than 37,000 plug-in electric cars have been registered in the Netherlands, representing 31% of the market.

New plug-in car registrations since the beginning of the year:

  • BEV: around *21,990 and 18% share
  • PHEV: around *15,880 and 13% share
  • Total: 37,873 (31% share)

*estimated from market share

The Dutch market is very specific with often an unusual composition of the top-selling plugin compared to many other markets. In May, the three best-selling models (over 500 units) were the Chinese Lynk & Co 01 PHEV, Skoda Enyaq iV and Peugeot e-208.

Year-to-date, the Skoda Enyaq iV is still No. 1, but its advantage over the Lynk & Co 01 PHEV is just over 100 units. The race for third place is also quite tight with the Volvo XC40 PHEV some 200 units ahead of the Kia Niro EV.

Top 10 from last month:

  1. Lynk & Co 01 PHEV-553
  2. Skoda Enyaq iV-523
  3. Peugeot e-208-507
  4. Kia Niro EV (e-Niro) – 382
  5. Ford Kuga PHEV-280
  6. Kia EV6-246
  7. Audi Q4 e-tron-242
  8. Volvo XC40 PHEV-202
  9. BMW iX3-190
  10. Citroen e-C4-184

Top 10 since the beginning of the year:

  1. Skoda Enyaq iV-2302
  2. Lynk & Co 01 PHEV – 2,196
  3. Volvo XC40 PHEV – 1,664
  4. Kia Niro EV (e-Niro) – 1,463
  5. Audi Q4 e-tron – 1,229
  6. Peugeot e-208 – 1385
  7. Kia EV6 – 1,141
  8. Electric Fiat 500 – 1,136
  9. Ford Kuga PHEV-865
  10. Volvo XC60 PHEV-840

In the case of plug-in car brands since the beginning of the year, the main ones are Volvo (11.4%), BMW (9.1%), Kia (8.8%), Skoda (6.8%) , Peugeot (6.8%) and Skoda (also 6.8%).

Among automotive groups, those with the highest number of registrations are the Volkswagen group (20.8%) and Geely-Volvo (including Lynk & Co and Polestar) with 19%. Third is Stellantis (15.4%), followed by Hyundai-Kia (12.7%) and BMW Group (11.5%).

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Netherlands vs England 2022 – Fred Klaassen https://proimpex.info/netherlands-vs-england-2022-fred-klaassen/ Tue, 14 Jun 2022 05:16:07 +0000 https://proimpex.info/netherlands-vs-england-2022-fred-klaassen/ Fred Klaassen laughs at the end of a sprawling five-minute response on his journey in international cricket. “It’s certainly not the same as most players,” he says in a thick New Zealand accent, “but that’s how it goes.” Many cricket fans see the idea of ​​nationality in binary terms, but Klaassen is a living, breathing […]]]>

Fred Klaassen laughs at the end of a sprawling five-minute response on his journey in international cricket. “It’s certainly not the same as most players,” he says in a thick New Zealand accent, “but that’s how it goes.”

Many cricket fans see the idea of ​​nationality in binary terms, but Klaassen is a living, breathing counterexample: born in Sussex, raised in New Zealand and Australia, representing the Netherlands. Associated cricket is filled with players who have similar stories, including many other players from the Dutch squad who will face England in three ODIs at Amstelveen next week.

As his surname suggests, Klaassen’s ties to the Netherlands are strong, even though he only set foot there when he was 16. He has had a Dutch passport since birth. “My Dutch heritage has always been part of my life,” he says.

His grandfather was born in the southern industrial city of Eindhoven. “They were a pretty poor family,” Klaassen says. “His mother actually died after he was born, so he was raised by his sister, and then his father met another woman: he ended up having 14 siblings who lived in one house.

“He fought in Indonesia with the Dutch in World War II, and when he returned to the Netherlands, he realized that his life had been pretty shitty. He wanted a new life and in 1955 he was got on a boat, like a lot of Dutch people did in those days. He emigrated to New Zealand, where there’s a huge Dutch community. It’s a young country, so a lot of people emigrated from somewhere – there are only two or three generations.”

Klaassen is a late developer by cricketing standards: he signed his first contract with Kent shortly before he turned 26. As he points out, this is the average age at which county cricketers leave the game, according to the Professional Cricketers Association. His dream of playing professional had “faded a bit” in his early 20s as he struggled for opportunities, before spending time playing club cricket in the UK and the Netherlands.

“Growing up I always wanted to be a professional cricketer, but I didn’t have the opportunity in New Zealand,” he says. “I finished my education and college there and after graduation I did a bit of gardening and worked in a few cafes to do some hospitality work – pretty mundane jobs.

“After about 12 months in the Netherlands I realized there might be an opportunity to play for the Dutch team. There was a new coach coming in, Ryan Campbell, who is probably the biggest influence in my cricketing career so far. He gave me the opportunity and during my year with the Dutch team my cricket really improved – probably because I was in this kind of professional environment which I’ve wanted to since I was 17.

“When I got my chance with the Dutch team, I just decided to put all my time and effort into cricket and see where I would end up.

“I’m 29: most guys my age are senior players or captains, or have played for England, but my career is very different. I still feel quite young as a cricketer because I haven’t had a long professional career. I need to learn on my feet a little faster. I’m not ten or 15 years old.

After making his Dutch debut in 2017, Klaassen made two T20 friendlies against Kent a year later and won 4 for 44 from his eight overs, including wickets from Carlos Brathwaite and Joe Denly. Kent liked the look of the tall left-arm dressmaker and wondered if he could give their offense a point of difference; after a brief trial, he signed professionally later that year.

Since then he’s been a key player in their T20 side: he was their second wicket-taker when they won the Blast in 2021, got a contract extension until the end of 2024 and was retained by Manchester Originals after a solid season. in the inaugural cent.

Kent gave Klaassen a level of financial security almost impossible to find in associate cricket, but the downside was that his county commitments limited his availability for the Netherlands. He has been named in the squad to face England but as we speak he only expects to be available for the third ODI and is expected to arrive in Amsterdam on the morning of the match, the day after the game against the Gloucestershire in the Blast at Canterbury. .

In theory, counties must allow their players to play for their associated teams in ICC events, qualifiers, Super League ODI and any ODI or T20I against a full member; in practice, players and boards accept that enforcing this protocol would result in some players losing their agreements with the county, and others withdrawing from international cricket altogether.

“It’s a bit different for the Netherlands compared to, say, playing for England,” Klaassen says, “especially this season because there’s a long list of Dutch fixtures in the middle of the summer of English cricket. “It makes things very difficult. It’s quite chaotic, but I love playing for the Dutch team.

“You don’t get the chance to play international cricket all the time, especially against some of the test nations they have this summer. I want to be in as many as possible but unfortunately that’s the nature of playing county cricket in England and then trying to play on the Dutch side as well, and obviously there are a few other guys in the same boat who haven’t been available.

“Kent has been pretty fair the last couple of years letting me play, but competing properly this season makes it a whole lot harder. At the end of the day, Kent pays my salary and you have to deal with the hand that feeds you. The nature of Dutch cricket is that there’s not a lot of money there, and probably not a lot of power.”

Earlier this year, several players who were in the final years of their respective contracts missed the Netherlands tour of New Zealand in order to spend pre-season with their counties. “We have to take care of our careers first,” says Klaassen. “Each individual has to juggle with themselves. It’s not easy.

“To miss the experience of Colin Ackermann, Roelof van der Merwe, Timm van der Gugten – that’s a big loss. But saying that, the young Dutch team who played without the county players against the West Indies did very well They were unlucky not to get a win actually, especially in that last game, so it’s a great experience for them.

Among those players, Klaassen highlights two 19-year-olds in Vikramjit Singh, the elegant opening hitter, and Aryan Dutt, the offspinner who fired Nicholas Pooran three times in as many innings against the West Indies. He also has high hopes for Bas de Leede, the 22-year-old all-rounder: “It’s the best thing going through Dutch cricket at the moment…he’s got a host of talent. He could really go to the top.

“They’ll only get better if they jump from deep. That’s what I take away most from professional cricket. You think the players are so far ahead of you or you watch them on TV and put them on on a pedestal. Then you take them on and play them a little bit more and you start to realize that you can compete.”

Ryan Cook, the interim head coach, will continue to take charge against England. (Campbell has been sidelined with heart problems.) The next major assignment for the Netherlands will be the T20 World Cup qualifiers in Zimbabwe next month, and they will be looking to put in a surprise exit in the phase. of initial groups in 2021 behind them.

As for their chances of causing an upset, as they did in the 2009 and 2014 T20 World Cups? “The next step for us is to put together a full team performance,” says Klaassen. “We’ve seen Ireland beat England in 2020 and in the last two T20Is against England the Dutch have toppled them. It’s a bit of a banana peel you might say.

“New England manager Matthew Mott probably has a bit of an expectation and a bit of pressure on him – he doesn’t want to lose to a nation that doesn’t play Tests, especially with [Brendon] McCullum has just won the first test. On Dutchies day, if everyone clicks, we could definitely win.”

Matt Roller is associate editor at ESPNcricinfo. @mroller98

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2022 World Cup of Darts schedule confirmed: Wales and Netherlands set to open tournament in Frankfurt https://proimpex.info/2022-world-cup-of-darts-schedule-confirmed-wales-and-netherlands-set-to-open-tournament-in-frankfurt/ Sun, 12 Jun 2022 11:30:00 +0000 https://proimpex.info/2022-world-cup-of-darts-schedule-confirmed-wales-and-netherlands-set-to-open-tournament-in-frankfurt/ The schedule has been confirmed ahead of the 2022 World Cup of Darts which is due to take place from June 16-19 in Frankfurt and with the first round split into two nights, Wales and the Netherlands will open the proceedings. Gerwyn Price and Jonny Clayton return to try to regain the title from two […]]]>

The schedule has been confirmed ahead of the 2022 World Cup of Darts which is due to take place from June 16-19 in Frankfurt and with the first round split into two nights, Wales and the Netherlands will open the proceedings.

Gerwyn Price and Jonny Clayton return to try to regain the title from two years ago by facing the Philippines first. As new Dutch duo Danny Noppert and Dirk van Duijvenbode take on Brazil. Michael van Gerwen is out due to impending surgery for carpal tunnel syndrome.

Additionally, host country aces Gabriel Clemens and Martin Schindler for Germany will take on Spain, while former runners-up Austria and Republic of Ireland will be in action on Thursday.

The first round will end on Friday evening with England, Belgium and Australia as well as defending champions Scotland.

Darts World Cup 2022


Game schedule

Thursday, June 16 (1900 local time)

First turn x8

Denmark vs Singapore

New Zealand v Switzerland

Republic of Ireland v Canada

Austria vs Finland

Northern Ireland v Gibraltar

Wales v Philippines

Germany vs Spain

Netherlands vs Brazil

Friday, June 17 (1900 local time)

First turn x8

Latvia vs Hungary

Poland v USA

Sweden v South Africa

Portugal v Italy

Australia v Lithuania

England v Czech Republic

Scotland v Hong Kong

Belgium vs Japan

Saturday June 18

Afternoon session (1300 local time)

Second round x4

Evening session (1900 local time)

Second round x4

Sunday June 19

Afternoon session (1300 local time)

Quarter-finals

Evening session (1900 local time)

Semi-finals

Final

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Dutch legend urges De Jong to complete Man Utd switch as he doesn’t belong at Barcelona https://proimpex.info/dutch-legend-urges-de-jong-to-complete-man-utd-switch-as-he-doesnt-belong-at-barcelona/ Fri, 10 Jun 2022 13:49:18 +0000 https://proimpex.info/dutch-legend-urges-de-jong-to-complete-man-utd-switch-as-he-doesnt-belong-at-barcelona/ Former Tottenham player, Rafael van der Vaart, has urged Dutch midfielder, Frenkie de Jong to swap Barcelona for Manchester United. De Jong has been identified as one of Erik ten Hag’s top priorities this summer as he seeks to turn things around for the Red Devils. England 2022 beats England 2021 and not just because […]]]>

Former Tottenham player, Rafael van der Vaart, has urged Dutch midfielder, Frenkie de Jong to swap Barcelona for Manchester United.

De Jong has been identified as one of Erik ten Hag’s top priorities this summer as he seeks to turn things around for the Red Devils.


England 2022 beats England 2021 and not just because Phil Neville is gone


After finishing sixth in the Premier League last season, a slew of players have been linked with a move to Old Trafford.

Several Ajax players – who Ten Hag managed until the end of 2021/22 – are said to be on the Dutchman’s radar, including Antony, Jurrien Timber and Lisandro Martinez.

And several factors matter for De Jong to become one of the top targets for the Old Trafford club; like Barcelona’s financial situation, United’s desire and need to sign a new central midfielderand the player’s relationship with Ten Hag having worked together at Ajax.

Unfortunately for the Premier League outfit, their fondness hasn’t been reciprocated, with De Jong looking to stay at Barca despite their apparent desire to offload him so they can raise funds.

Despite this, and numerous reports suggesting he will reject any lead from United, a report on Friday said the 25-year-old is now open to joining.

A move to Old Trafford has been backed by former Netherlands international Van der Vaart, who believes De Jong is ‘out of place at Barcelona’ and can thrive in England, stressing the importance of reuniting with Ten Hag.

“It is of course the most ideal,” said Van der Vaart Ziggo Sports (Going through Manchester Evening News). “Then you have a coach who knows exactly what you can and can’t do.

“And United still need some quality.”

On what De Jong would bring to United, the former Spurs attacking midfielder added: “There are players who can do the same and maybe be better than you or have done more.

“As long as these other players are there, he has no place at Barcelona. At United he could play more like with the Dutch national team. So he is the only one of his kind.

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MYT Netherlands Parent BV (NYSE: MYTE) downgraded by Zacks Investment Research for sale https://proimpex.info/myt-netherlands-parent-bv-nyse-myte-downgraded-by-zacks-investment-research-for-sale/ Wed, 08 Jun 2022 06:34:25 +0000 https://proimpex.info/myt-netherlands-parent-bv-nyse-myte-downgraded-by-zacks-investment-research-for-sale/ MYT Netherlands Parent BV (NYSE: MYTE – Get Note) was downgraded by Zacks Investment Research from a “hold” rating to a “sell” rating in a report released Wednesday, Zacks.com reports. According to Zacks, “MYT Netherlands Parent BV is an online luxury fashion retailer. The company offers ready-to-wear, shoes, bags and accessories for women, men and […]]]>

MYT Netherlands Parent BV (NYSE: MYTE – Get Note) was downgraded by Zacks Investment Research from a “hold” rating to a “sell” rating in a report released Wednesday, Zacks.com reports.

According to Zacks, “MYT Netherlands Parent BV is an online luxury fashion retailer. The company offers ready-to-wear, shoes, bags and accessories for women, men and children. It focuses on true luxury with designer brands such as Bottega Veneta, Burberry, Dolce & Gabbana, Fendi, Gucci, LOEWE, Loro Piana, Moncler, Prada, Saint Laurent, Valentino and many more.The company is involved in high-end luxury buyers range, exclusive product and content offers. MYT Netherlands Parent BV is based in MUNICH.”

MYTE has been the subject of a number of other research reports. JPMorgan Chase & Co. cut its price target on MYT Netherlands Parent BV from $23.00 to $15.00 in a Monday, May 16 research report. UBS Group upgraded MYT Netherlands Parent BV from a ‘neutral’ rating to a ‘buy’ rating and cut its share price target from $30.00 to $19.00 in a Thursday, March 24 report . Cowen lowered his price target on MYT Netherlands Parent BV from $40.00 to $22.00 in a Thursday, February 17 research note. Credit Suisse Group lowered its price target on MYT Netherlands Parent BV from $27.00 to $18.00 and set an “outperform” rating on the stock in a Wednesday, March 16 research report. Finally, Morgan Stanley reiterated an “equal weight” rating and set a target price of $14.00 (vs. $39.00) on MYT Netherlands Parent BV shares in a Tuesday, April 12 research report. One financial analyst assigned the stock a sell rating, one assigned a hold rating and five assigned the company’s stock a buy rating. According to MarketBeat, the stock currently has a consensus buy rating and an average target price of $21.00.

MYTE opened at $11.87 on Wednesday. The stock has a market capitalization of $1.00 billion, a P/E ratio of -45.65 and a beta of 0.30. MYT Netherlands Parent BV has a 12-month low of $9.06 and a 12-month high of $32.35. The stock has a 50-day moving average price of $11.57 and a 200-day moving average price of $15.72. The company has a current ratio of 2.98, a quick ratio of 1.23 and a debt ratio of 0.04.

MYT Netherlands Parent BV (NYSE: MYTE – Get Rating) last reported results on Tuesday, May 10. The company reported earnings per share of $0.07 for the quarter, beating the consensus estimate of $0.04 by $0.03. The company posted revenue of $190.20 million in the quarter, compared to $194.56 million expected by analysts. MYT Netherlands Parent BV recorded a positive return on equity of 10.02% and a negative net margin of 2.63%. During the same period of the previous year, the company posted an EPS of ($0.52). On average, equity research analysts expect MYT Netherlands Parent BV to post an EPS of 0.47 for the current year.

A number of institutional investors have recently changed their holdings in MYTE. FourThought Financial LLC increased its stake in MYT Netherlands Parent BV by 122.7% in the 1st quarter. FourThought Financial LLC now owns 2,761 shares of the company valued at $34,000 after purchasing an additional 1,521 shares in the last quarter. Quantbot Technologies LP acquired a new stake in the shares of MYT Netherlands Parent BV during Q1 for a value of approximately $56,000. Jane Street Group LLC acquired a new stake in the shares of MYT Netherlands Parent BV during Q3 for a value of approximately $282,000. Advisor Group Holdings Inc. increased its stake in MYT Netherlands Parent BV by 11.2% in the 1st quarter. Advisor Group Holdings Inc. now owns 24,145 shares of the company valued at $295,000 after purchasing an additional 2,429 shares in the last quarter. Finally, LPL Financial LLC increased its stake in MYT Netherlands Parent BV by 58.2% in the 3rd quarter. LPL Financial LLC now owns 10,967 shares of the company valued at $295,000 after purchasing an additional 4,033 shares in the last quarter. 22.36% of the shares are currently held by hedge funds and other institutional investors.

MYT Netherlands Parent BV Company Profile (Get an assessment)

MYT Netherlands Parent BV, through its subsidiary Mytheresa Group GmbH, operates a luxury e-commerce platform for fashion consumers in Germany, the United States, the rest of Europe and internationally. The Company sells fine apparel, bags, shoes, accessories and jewelry through online and retail stores.

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Latrobe graduate Jake Biss will play professional basketball in the Netherlands https://proimpex.info/latrobe-graduate-jake-biss-will-play-professional-basketball-in-the-netherlands/ Mon, 06 Jun 2022 14:21:28 +0000 https://proimpex.info/latrobe-graduate-jake-biss-will-play-professional-basketball-in-the-netherlands/ By the time the second week of August rolls around and summer begins to head into fall, Jake Biss will also be ready to change seasons and uniforms. He will be on his way to the Netherlands to start his professional basketball career. Biss, a former Latrobe and Shippensburg standout guard, has signed a one-year […]]]>

By the time the second week of August rolls around and summer begins to head into fall, Jake Biss will also be ready to change seasons and uniforms.

He will be on his way to the Netherlands to start his professional basketball career.

Biss, a former Latrobe and Shippensburg standout guard, has signed a one-year deal to play for club Den Helder Suns in Den Helder, just outside Amsterdam.

The Suns play in the BNXT League, which includes teams from Belgium and the Netherlands. The 21-team league has been around for one season, debuting in 2021-22.

The BNXT League was born from the merger of the Belgian and Dutch professional leagues.

“It means a lot,” Biss said of extending her career beyond college. “It was a childhood dream to play professionally and to be able to say I’m a professional basketball player now is a pretty cool feeling.

“I’m excited to get out there and start.”

Biss recently signed with agents Jan Lugtenberg and Misch Engel, who are with Court Side based in Europe.

He averaged 16.9 points, 3.7 assists and 1.4 steals, while shooting 38% from 3-point range in his final season at Shippensburg.

Related: Former Latrobe stars have a map to follow for overseas professional basketball leagues

Bill Beckner Jr. is a staff writer for Tribune-Review. You can contact Bill by email at bbeckner@triblive.com or via Twitter .

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The Netherlands will organize the European Road Championships 2023 with Drenthe designated host https://proimpex.info/the-netherlands-will-organize-the-european-road-championships-2023-with-drenthe-designated-host/ Sat, 04 Jun 2022 14:35:22 +0000 https://proimpex.info/the-netherlands-will-organize-the-european-road-championships-2023-with-drenthe-designated-host/ You viewed more than 50 articles in the last 12 months. Keep Olympic News Free Support insidethegames.biz for just £10 For nearly 15 years now, insidethegames.biz has been at the forefront of fearless reporting on what’s happening in the Olympic Movement. As the first website not to be placed behind a paywall, we have made […]]]>

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Business School Netherlands rates Level 1 MBA institution https://proimpex.info/business-school-netherlands-rates-level-1-mba-institution/ Thu, 02 Jun 2022 14:41:27 +0000 https://proimpex.info/business-school-netherlands-rates-level-1-mba-institution/ Business School Netherlands (BSN) has been ranked as an institution offering a Level 1 MBA in the world rankings of business schools for senior executives in the latest CEO Magazine, 2022 Global MBA Rankings. The BSN International Action Learning MBA ranked sixth in the European Level 1 MBA rankings. Additionally, BSN International Action Learning MBA […]]]>

Business School Netherlands (BSN) has been ranked as an institution offering a Level 1 MBA in the world rankings of business schools for senior executives in the latest CEO Magazine, 2022 Global MBA Rankings.

The BSN International Action Learning MBA ranked sixth in the European Level 1 MBA rankings.

Additionally, BSN International Action Learning MBA was ranked second (2nd) in the Global Online MBA Rankings.

The CEO Magazine Global Ranking is a global recognition desired by the best business schools in the world. CEO Magazine has published its MBA ranking every year for ten years. It is special because it is accepted by the world’s top organizations as a criterion of differentiation among the ever-widening options of MBA programs around the world.

Business School Netherlands is present in the Netherlands with study centers in different places around the world, including Lagos, Abuja and Port-Harcourt. While the CEO Magazine is an annual global MBA ranking, featuring the MBA, Executive MBA and Online MBA programs.

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“Business School Netherlands ranks among the top fourteen Executive MBA business schools in the world. It ranked #14 out of 180 Global Executive MBA programs that have been carefully reviewed around the world. Thus, BSN has surpassed more than 166 excellent programs in different continents of the world, in terms of quality of faculty, learning environment, class size, tuition, faculty, delivery methods, international diversity, gender composition and more,” Alexandra Skinner, Group Editor, CEO Magazine said.

According to Skinner, the rankings primarily focused on identifying business schools, which combine outstanding content quality, facilitation and other cues with excellent return on investment. According to the report, the specific criteria taken into account in the evaluation of business schools are based on key performance indicators considered interesting and useful for prospective students.

The indicators are faculty quality (weighted 34.95%); international diversity (9.71%); class size (9.71%); amenity (8.74%); faculty to student ratio (7.76%); price (5.83%); international exposure (4.85%); work experience (4.85%); professional development (4.85%); gender parity (4.85%) and modes of delivery (3.8%).

“In an increasingly crowded market, choosing the right business school can be difficult, which is less than ideal given the time and investment involved. Using a ranking system that is entirely evidence-based and weighted, CEO Magazine aims to cut through the noise and provide prospective students with a performance benchmark for the schools under review,” said Skinner.

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