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2016 snooker British Championship final O’Sullivan vs Selby match video billiards live The 2016 British Championship finals are about to start, against Selby and O’Sullivan.In terms of strength, such a duel has some natural meaning.One is now ranked first in the world, and the other is a recognized snooker ruler.2016斯诺克英锦赛决赛——奥沙利文能否再胜塞尔比  两人的打法很不相同,塞尔比素有磨王的称号,奥沙利文则是华丽进攻型选手的代表,Nonetheless, the two’s promotion paths are somewhat similar.Selby, except for entanglement with Higgins in the quarter-finals to the tiebreaker, other games are smooth and easy to win; O’Sullivan is not to mention, except for the final match with Fu Jiajun, the previousAll the rounds were chopped with melons and vegetables. The first five rounds only lost 5 innings, demonstrating the undisputed absolute strength.  Selby and O’Sullivan played 26 times before. O’Sullivan had 16 wins, 8 losses and 2 draws.There have been three encounters this year, namely the quarter-finals of the Masters, the quarter-finals of the Welsh Open, and the Champions League group…

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Global bailout!The five countries banned short-selling stocks and the Federal Reserve issued 1.5 trillion The impact of the epidemic on financial markets has gradually deepened. On Thursday, global stock markets suffered another major setback. Stock markets in many countries triggered a meltdown and pessimism permeated.Some existing countries have introduced bailout measures, including temporarily prohibiting short-selling of stocks and placing liquidity.Stock market turbulence Many countries temporarily prohibited short selling of stocks Thursday (March 12), the external stock market fell again collectively.The U.S. stock S & P 500 index triggered a second meltdown this week, suspending trading for 15 minutes.The final closing, the three major US stock indexes fell more than 9%, the Dow closed down more than 2300 points, a decline of about 10%, the largest one-day decline since October 1987.The S & P 500 index fell 9.51%, the Nasdaq fell 9.43%.European stock markets are just as bleak, with the German…

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