Just a few weeks ago, SweetWater 420 Festival came out with a great initial lineup that included headlining sets from Widespread Panic and the Trey Anastasio Band. Today, the festival has doubled down with some great new additions, extending their lineup with some great artists and comedians.Ween, Dirty Heads, Lettuce, Savoy, Samantha Fish, and comedians Jon Rudnitsky and Jake Nordwind all join a stacked lineup, which hits Atlanta’s Centennial Olympic Park from April 21-23, 2017. They’ll join Widespread Panic, Trey Anastasio Band, Slightly Stoopid, Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue, Dark Star Orchestra, Anders Osborne, Twiddle, Sister Sparrow & The Dirty Birds and The Hip Abduction. The festival plans to announce more artists soon, so stay tuned for a new update soon!Check out the full lineup below, and head here for tickets and more information.
In absolute terms, AP2 made a net result for 2014 of SEK34.3bn (€3.6bn), up from SEK30.1bn.The 13.3% return on the total portfolio excludes commission costs and operating expenses, which amounted to around two percentage points of last year’s return.Assets under management grew to SEK293.9bn in 2014 from SEK264.7bn, and rose further in January this year to pass the SEK300bn mark, the pension fund said.Halvarsson said all asset classes had contributed to 2014’s “strong results”. “Our active portfolio management has generated an excess return of 0.5%, contributing SEK1.1bn to the national pension system,” she said.Net outflows to the national pension system were were SEK5.1bn in 2014, down from SEK6.9bn the year before.Having calculated the annual carbon footprint for its equities portfolio for the second time, AP2 said these investments represented 2.2m tonnes of carbon, corresponding to 17 tonnes for every million kronor invested.Read more about China and other emerging markets in IPE’s recent Special Report on the matter Sweden’s buffer fund AP2 plans to invest an additional $200m (€175.5m) in Chinese equities after getting permission from local authorities increase holdings in a region where it generated investment returns of 59%.Presenting its 2014 annual report, which revealed a rise in total return to 13.3% from 12.8% in 2013, AP2 said it had received permission last month to invest $200m in the equities listed on China’s domestic markets.It had already received its first permit for the same amount in 2013, and the decision comes after the fund had decided to boost its exposure to emerging market equity and debt over the course of 2014.Eva Halvarsson, chief executive of the fund, said: “It is […] highly positive that we have been granted a permit for further investment in listed Chinese equities, given the fact that this portfolio generated a return of no less than 59.1% in 2014.”
RelatedPosts Lampard: I still have confidence in Tomori Mane double eases Liverpool to win over 10-man Chelsea EPL: Foxes attack Burnley Rampant Liverpool moved 13 points clear at the top of the English Premier League after Roberto Firmino struck twice in an emphatic 4-0 win at second-placed Leicester City. The victory was inspired in large part by attacking right-back Trent Alexander-Arnold who created three goals and scored one himself. With Firmino deadly in front of goal and Liverpool in total control throughout, it was a performance that suggested the title race is all but over at the half-way stage. Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp has been vocal in his criticism of his team’s intense schedule but the European champions showed no signs of any adverse influence from their trip to Qatar. There they had won the Club World Cup. A trip to Leicester, who went into the game unbeaten at home this season, was the toughest test of the season. But Klopp’s men passed the test with barely a hint of drama. It will now take an extraordinary slump for them to fail to win their first title of the Premier League era. “We played really good football after all the travelling and intense period. Yes, it is the best performance of the season and we controlled it. To get four goals is something to be proud of,” said Alexander-Arnold. “You don’t really think you will be 13 points clear, but we are happy to be in this position and we won’t take it for granted. This is the Premier League and anything can happen,” he added. Popping up in the inside-left position, Alexander-Arnold floated a pinpoint cross to the backpost for Brazilian Firmino to head Liverpool into the lead in the 31st minute. Leicester goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel then produced an outstanding close-range save to foil Sadio Mane and Liverpool would have been disappointed to go in at half-time with only the solitary goal. Liverpool were utterly dominant but had to wait until the 71st minute to extend their lead when Alexander-Arnold’s corner kick struck the left arm of Caglar Soyuncu. Substitute James Milner slotted home the penalty kick with his first touch of the ball. Firmino then made it 3-0, collecting and firing home a powerfully-struck low cross from Alexander-Arnold. Then the 21-year-old England international rounded off the rout, hammering a low shot into the far, bottom corner at the end of a swift counter-attack. Liverpool have 52 points from 18 games, with Leicester on 39 points from 19 matches and Manchester City 14 points behind the leaders before their game at Wolves on Sunday. “It’s one of many successful nights so far this season,” said Milner. “We are not even halfway. So much can change and happen. The strength of this team is we tale it one game at a time.” Reuters/NAN.Tags: Jurgen KloppLeicester CityLiverpoolRoberto Firmino