أسعار العملات العربية والأجنبية اليوم الثلاثاء 14-11-2017 في البنوك والسوق السوداء في فترة الصباح


نعرض لكم أسعار العملات العربية والأجنبية في البنوك و السوق السوداء المصرية اليوم الثلاثاء 14 نوفمبر 2017، ونعرض مؤشر العملات وأسباب الارتفاع والانخفاض، فقد انخفضت العملات بشكل كبير عن مستويات ثلاثة شهور الماضية في ظل العديد من الأسباب، والعوامل التي تؤدي لنشاط السوق الموازية أو استقراره، وبدأت اتجاه جديد في الأسبوع الماضي.

تباينت العملات في الأداء طوال الأيام القليلة الماضية، وبدأت فيما بعد اتجاها هابطا جديدا، وذلك بشكل جماعي، بعد بيانات البنك المركزي المصري حول ارتفاع الاحتياطي النقدي بالبنك لمستوياته التي كان عليها في 2011، مما يعزز سعر صرف الجنيه مقابل الدولار.

العملات العربية والأجنبية مقابل الجنيه

  • الدولار مقابل الجنية، يتأثر الجنية المصري كثيرا بقانون العرض والطلب على العملة الخضراء، وذلك بعد تحرير سعر الصرف في نوفمبر الماضي، وأدت بيانات اقتصادية إيجابية عن الاقتصاد المصري وارتفاع الاحتياطي النقدي من الدولار بالبنك المركزي لأكثر من 36 مليار دولار الأثر على عودة الدولار الأمريكي للانخفاض من جديد.
  • الريال السعودي مقابل الجنيه، يتأثر أيضا بقانون العرض والطلب، ويرتفع الطلب على الريال السعودي بالسوق المصري مع اقتراب موسمي الحج والعمرة، وقد ارتفعت العملة السعودية في موسم العمرة الماضي بالبنوك وفي السوق السوداء أيضا، بينما في موسم الحج لم يرتفع سعر الريال بالبنوك، بينما اتجه للانخفاض، وذلك مع ارتفاع الاحتياطي من الريال، بالرغم من انتشار الإشاعات حول الطلب المرتفع بالسوق السوداء.
  • اليورو مقابل الجنيه، يعتبر اليورو من أكثر العملات التي تذبذبت بالفترة الماضية بالسوق المصري، وخالفت الاتجاه العام للسوق في الكثير من الأحيان، وذلك لأن معظم ديون مصر الخارجية باليورو، وأيضا لتأثر اليورو في كثير من الأحيان بالسوق العالمي أكثر من تأثره بالسوق المحلي

سعر العملات العربية والأجنبية بالسوق السوداء

افتتحت العملات العربية والأجنبية العمل اليوم باستقرار شبه جماعي، وارتفاعات بالعملات الأوروبية، وتداولات قليلة:

أسعار العملات اليوم في البنوك المصرية مقابل الجنيه

العملة أعلى سعر شراء أقل سعر بيع
الدولار

17.62

مصرف أبوظبى الإسلامى

17.66

البنك التجاري الدولي (CIB)

اليورو

20.51

البنك الأهلى الكويتى (بيريوس)

20.62

البنك التجاري الدولي (CIB)

الجنيه الاسترليني

23.32

البنك العربى

23.16

البنك المركزى المصرى

الريال السعودي

4.69

بنك بلوم

4.71

البنك التجاري الدولي (CIB)

الدرهم الإماراتي

4.79

البنك الأهلى الكويتى (بيريوس)

4.81

البنك الأهلى الكويتى (بيريوس)

الدينار الأردني

24.80

البنك الأهلي المصري

24.95

البنك العربى

الدينار الكويتي

58.15

بنك بلوم

58.42

بنك الإسكندرية

الريال العماني

45.75

مصرف أبوظبى الإسلامى

45.92

البنك الأهلي المصري

الدينار البحريني

46.74

مصرف أبوظبى الإسلامى

46.80

بنك الإسكندرية

تنويه هام

يختلف سعر الدولار والعملات العربية والأجنبية من مكان لأخر حسب المكان والمبلغ والشخص الذي تتفاوض معه،هذه الأسعار استرشادية ولا يبنى عليها صفقات.

تحديث

  • اختتمت أسعار العملات بالأمس على العديد من الانخفاضات، فقد ارتفع سعر الدولار الأمريكي بشكل طفيف، وانخفض اليورو والجنيه الاسترليني، واستمر الريال السعودي مستقرا عند مستوياته التي  ظل عليها بالفترة السابقة.





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Are You Afraid of the Dark? Movie in Development


Are You Afraid of the Dark? is about to get the movie treatment. In 1992, Nickelodeon premiered a two-hour block of shows on Saturday nights, called SNICK – for Saturday Night Nickelodeon. The shows featured at this time were geared towards older kids and teens. The shows aired during SNICK frequently changed, though they all had somewhat more mature content and imagery than was typical for the children’s network. Right from the start, SNICK’s final program of the night was Are You Afraid of the Dark? – a horror based anthology show.

The central plot of Are You Afraid of the Dark? was simple. A group of friends would gather in the woods, light a campfire, and tell scary stories. Each episode was dedicated to a single story, with the kids telling the story – who referred to themselves as The Midnight Society – book-ending each episode and providing some consistency. Several members of The Midnight Society went on to become well known actors as they grew up, including Rachel Blanchard (TV’s Clueless), JoAnna Garcia (Reba, Once Upon a Time), and Elisha Cuthbert (24). Several young actors who appeared in one or more of the ghost stories also went on to have very successful careers, including Ryan Gosling (Blade Runner 2049), Jewel Staite (Firefly), and Jay Baruchel (How to Train Your Dragon, RoboCop).

Related: Anthology Series That Will Change The Way You Think About TV

Now it looks like Are You Afraid of the Dark? will be getting a film adaption. Tracking Board is reporting that a film version of the series is being worked on by Paramount Players, a new division of Paramount Pictures which is dedicated to projects intended for younger audiences.

are you afraid of the dark Are You Afraid of the Dark? Movie in Development

The script for Are You Afraid of the Dark? is being written by Gary Dauberman, who is making quite a name for himself in the horror community as a screenwriter. Dauberman wrote the screenplays for both Annabelle films and IT, as well as the newest film in The Conjuring universe, The Nun. The movie is being produced by Matt Kaplan.

Horror has been doing better than it historically ever has at the box office, with the great success of IT and Get Out leading the way this past year. And there has also been quite a lot of love for nostalgic horror, as both IT and Stranger Things have clearly been demonstrating. Whether this movie will trade on that and set itself in the 1990s – when the original series aired – remains to be seen.

Many adult fans of horror first got started in the genre as children and teenagers, watching Are You Afraid of the Dark? on Saturday nights. This new movie has a chance to provide those adult fans with some nostalgia, while introducing the younger generation to the horror genre and helping create new fans of things that go bump in the night.

Source: Tracking Board





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ABC’s Roseanne Revival Gets Additional Episode


ABC has ordered an additional episode of Roseanne, raising the revival series’ total episode count to nine. A photo from the Roseanne set was recently released showing the (mostly) re-assembled cast doing a table read ahead of filming. The now nine-episode season is expected to air in 2018.

Inspired by the stand-up comedy of “domestic goddess” Roseanne Barr, the original Roseanne chronicled the everyday struggles of the Conner family of the fictional town of Lanford, IL, striking a chord with audiences for its grounded depiction of working-class life. Roseanne ran for nine seasons on ABC, posting huge ratings for much of its run, before finally running out of steam (due in large part to some questionable creative decisions) in its final years. The show was popular in syndication and remains one of the most-beloved sitcoms of the ’80s and ’90s.

Related: John Goodman’s Dan is Alive in Roseanne Revival

Deadline reports that ABC has given the Roseanne revival a vote of confidence by ordering an additional episode, raising the season’s total episode count to nine. It remains to be seen if Roseanne will continue beyond a single season, but the fact that ABC is already ordering more episodes would tend to indicate that the network is bullish on the revival’s future.

Original cast members Roseanne Barr, John Goodman (who’s character Dan did not, in fact, die in the show’s final season), Sara Gilbert, Laurie Metcalf (a three-time Emmy winner as Roseanne’s sister Jackie), Michael Fishman, and Alicia Goranson have all signed on to reprise their roles in the revival. Sarah Chalke, who replaced Goranson as Conner’s daughter Becky for one season, is also returning in a different role. New cast members include Ames McNamara, Jayden Rey, and Emma Kenney, who all play Roseanne’s grandchildren.

Conspicuously absent from the cast, and from the cast photo taken at the table read, is Johnny Galecki, who played David Healy for seven seasons on the original show. Galecki has gone on to become a highly-paid cast member of The Big Bang Theory and is apparently playing hardball with ABC in negotiations. If Galecki can’t be lured back, Norm MacDonald and the rest of the series’ writers will have to figure out some explanation for David’s absence.

ABC’s decision to order an additional episode of Roseanne on top of the original eight-episode commitment only underscores the increasing importance of revival series on the modern-day TV landscape. Will & Grace, Gilmore Girls, Fuller House, X-Files, Twin Peaks – the list of successful TV reunions goes on-and-on, and no doubt more will be coming soon.

Roseanne premieres on ABC in 2018.

Source: Deadline





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Would Gary Oldman return as the blood-sucker? ‘I never say never!’


Things look dark for Universal’s plans to launch a monster-iffic Dark Universe in the wake of the frightful box office returns for The Mummy, as well as the twin departures of the would-be franchise’s architects, Alex Kurtzman and Chris Morgan. But if the studio is still looking for a way to launch another creature feature, they might want to give Gary Oldman a call. The British actor famously played Transylvania’s top bloodsucker in Francis Ford Coppola’s hemoglobin-drenched horror favorite, Bram Stoker’s Dracula, which opened in theaters 25 years ago, on Nov. 13, 1992. Speaking with Oldman recently for his Oscar-buzzy turn as Winston Churchill in the new World War II drama Darkest Hour, Yahoo Entertainment asked if he’d have any interest in donning his fangs again. “I never say never,” he replies, laughing. “I look at whatever comes in the door.”

As Oldman tells it, Dracula was never a “bucket list” role for him in the first place. “It was an opportunity to work with Coppola, who I consider on of the great American directors,” he says of the main reason why his younger self said yes. “That was enough, really.” It’s worth noting that building a movie around Oldman was a bold choice on the director’s part. Although the actor had become something of a critical darling by the early ’90s with eye-catching performances in films like 1986’s Sid and Nancy and 1991’s JFK, he certainly wasn’t a mainstream star on the level of, say, Keanu Reeves or Winona Ryder, who respectively play Jonathan and Mina Harker — the loving couple that Dracula comes between. “It was my first big American movie, made on a big set with lots of costumes,” Oldman says. “For a young actor, that was a tremendous experience.”

Dracula‘s lavish production values didn’t just make an impression on Oldman. The film scored four Oscar nominations for its various craftspeople, with statues going to the make-up team that transformed Oldman into the aged, withered Count we see at the beginning of the film into the long-haired Victorian pin-up that makes an impression on Mina. Renowned Japanese artist Eiko Ishioka, also took home an Oscar for such memorable ensembles as Dracula’s blood-red battle armor, as well as the ghostly garbs worn by his three pale-white brides — one of whom was future Spectre star Monica Belluci. (The duo published a handsomely illustrated book about their collaboration timed to the movie’s release.)

Coppola set out to bring a similar level of artistry to the film’s special effects, choosing practical tricks at every turn over emerging digital tools. That approach reportedly confounded the members of his original VFX team, whom the director ended up replacing with his son, Roman Coppola. As Coppola explained to Entertainment Weekly in 2015: “In the script there were a million effects, but I wanted to do them all live. Nothing in post-production; do them all in the camera. I couldn’t get anyone to take me seriously, so I fired the special effects department and hired Roman, who was an enthusiast about magic.” (Watch the below featurette — previously released on a 2007 DVD — to hear the younger Coppola discuss the process of going the all-practical route on Dracula.)

The decision to prize old-fashioned movie magic over new-fashioned technology has arguably helped provide Bram Stoker’s Dracula with a longevity that eludes latter-day CGI-heavy monster movies like Dracula Untold and Universal’s own Mummy remake. “It was a nice way to work,” Oldman says. “Francis wanted to do as much as he could in camera, especially the real old-school stuff.” Considering how effective their collaboration proved the first time around, should Oldman agree to play Dracula again we can’t be the only ones hoping that Coppola would return behind the camera. “I don’t see Francis much, but over the years we’ve kept in touch,” the actor says. “I’m always watching out for what he’s doing. He’s enjoying his vineyard right now!”

Bram Stoker’s Dracula is available for rental or purchase on Amazon, Google Play, iTunes, YouTube and Vudu. Watch the trailer:

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Frightening Video Shows 14-Car Accident on the Nurburgring


The Green Hell can be treacherous

The Nürburgring gives drivers some of the greatest freedom they’ll ever experience in a car, but it’s also a dangerous race track even for those who know what they’re doing. A new video proves just how easily one incident can snowball into a 14-car pileup on the Green Hell.

Although the crash happened a few weeks ago, the video was posted to Facebook by RE FS420 just recently. In the footage, a driver encounters trouble ahead and decides to pull off the track and exit the car to warn other drivers. Unfortunately, that doesn’t stop other cars from spinning out and crashing.

As it turns out, the pile-up started when a Porsche 911 GT3 RS broke a coolant hose into Hatzenbach, spilling fluid over the road. According to a report from Bridge to Gantry, two drivers were hospitalized from the accident, and one had to be cut out of an Audi to be rescued by a helicopter. Fortunately, no one else was seriously injured, the report says. Drivers maintain there was no flag marshal nor yellow lights to keep drivers safe.

A few months ago, there was another major crash on the ‘Ring. In this incident, 10 people were injured, but luckily no one died.

Watch the sobering helmet cam footage in the video below.

Source: RE FS420 via Facebook, Bridge to Gantry





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England in danger of being undercooked by weak build-up


There’s an expression: you ask God for oranges, but he gives you lemons so you make lemonade.

It’s an odd expression, really. God reportedly made the universe in six days. He invented light in a morning (it may have been the afternoon; it was hard to tell as it was dark). He made things that creep (a huge mistake, in retrospect, especially considering some of the ‘things that creep’ in Australia) and things that fly. He commanded – yes commanded – the earth to bear fruit, then fashioned people from clay and made a talking snake.

You’d think he could get you an orange.

Maybe there’s a metaphor for the start of England’s tour in there somewhere, too. While the team management are falling over themselves not to complain about the pitches or opposition they have encountered ahead of the Test series – they are very much of the ‘let’s make lemonade’ mentality – the fact is England are going to face a vast step-up in quality when they arrive at The Gabba in just over a week.

Let’s look at the standard of opposition first. The CA XI that England faced in Adelaide could offer just two first-class centuries between them, included seven men with fewer than five first-class appearances and only one man with more than 30. It was, at a push, county 2nd XI standard.

There are some decent reasons for that. The Sheffield Shield is in full swing and many of the best players are involved in it. But not for the best part of 40 years have England faced weaker first-class opposition in Australia and, for a while on Friday (when the CA XI slipped to 25 for 7) it seemed they might record the lowest first-class score in the history of the ground. Cricket Australia have stretched the definition of acceptable opposition here to the limit.

It will be even less experienced in Townsville. Tim Paine, the scorer of one of the first-class centuries and the only man with 30+ first-class appearances, had been recalled to play for Tasmania in the Sheffield Shield, while Jackson Coleman has sustained a side strain. Harry Nielsen, who has played six first-class games, replaces Paine while Harry Conway (who has played seven first-class matches) replaces Coleman. Matt Short will captain.

Now let’s look at the pitches. While the pitch in Perth was, by Perth standards, slow, the drop-in pitch in Adelaide was pretty extraordinary. It was not just slow, it gripped and seamed. It also featured a lush outfield which reduced the value of strokes. Some experienced observes reckoned they had never witnessed a slower outfield in first-class cricket.

Again, there are mitigating factors. The Adelaide Oval hosted a hybrid match between Aussie Rules footballers and Gaelic Rules footballers the day after England left town – to the uninitiated, the action resembled the footage purporting to be of Ben Stokes outside that nightclub in Bristol – and decided it was necessary to leave the outfield grass unusually long. They also lacked the time to work on the drop-in surface they might have liked.

Is it a coincidence? Two warm-up pitches offering relatively slow surfaces and two games against relatively modest opposition? Coming right before a Test series against an attack relying on its pace? On surfaces likely to prove far quicker? That will mean England have been given preparation of limited use? Quite a coincidence.

When asked about these issues so far on the tour, the England management have answered – not without a germ of truth – that Australia fare no different when they visit England. A germ of truth and a lot of knowledge that they will only be denounced as “whingers” if they vocalise their frustrations.

But while it is partially true that touring teams to England face diluted opposition, it is also a matter of degrees. The 2015 Ashes tour, for example, saw Australia play two four-day, first-class matches ahead of the Test series against an Essex side that contained five players that either had or would soon go on to have international experience (Ravi Bopara, Jesse Ryder, Tom Westley, James Foster and Ryan ten Doeschate) as well as good county players such as Jamie Porter and Nick Browne. They also played a Kent side that included Rob Key, Sam Billings, Sam Northeast and Daniel Bell-Drummond.

Were they full-strength sides? No. But where they second elevens? On surfaces as different as possible from the Test series to follow? Certainly not.

What does all this mean? Australia are favourites for this series. They have an exciting pace attack and a couple of batsmen who may well be remembered as greats. They didn’t necessarily have to roll out the red carpet or make life as easy as possible for England. But to give them lemons? If the end result has become this important, cricket needs to take a good, hard look at itself. It’s all a bit disappointing.

The England squad didn’t train on Monday. While Moeen Ali and Tom Curran had a net, the rest of the squad enjoyed a day off (most went paint-balling) after several hours of travel the previous day. Moeen also accompanied Alastair Cook to the Billabong Sanctuary – a wildlife reserve – a few miles outside Townsville (where Mitchell Johnson and Julian Assange were born) where they posed with koalas and fed crocodiles with roosters named after each of them. All good fun, really. Unless you were one of the roosters. They had a rubbish day.

But the pitches, the opposition, the roosters does a nation with confidence in its own team really need to do all this? You’d think a country blessed with such resources could manage the odd orange.



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Tom Sizemore Was Removed From Film Set For Alleged Sexual Assault


Back in 2003, actor Tom Sizemore was removed from the set of a film after an 11-year-old actress claimed he molested her. Sizemore has been playing tough guys in movies since 1989. He largely made a career out of playing soldiers, police officers, and criminals in films such as Natural Born Killers, Saving Private Ryan, True Romanceand Pearl Harbor. In the last few years, Sizemore has more often been seen in lower budget and independent films rather than bigger releases. Nevertheless, he has continued to find work in spite of various legal troubles and scandals.

Ever since he was 15, Sizemore has struggled with substance abuse. He was arrested in 2003 for assault and battery of his girlfriend Heidi Fleiss and has also been arrested on drug charges. He even appeared in season 3 of Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew. More than once he was caught trying to fake drug tests while on probation. He was recorded in 2014 making a fake allegation that his ex-girlfriend Elizabeth Hurley had an affair with President Bill Clinton in 1998. And just this year, he plead no contest to charges of domestic abuse against his current girlfriend, as part of a plea agreement.

Related: George Takei Accused Of Sexual Assault

Now, in the wake of the numerous other charges of sexual assault and harassment by powerful men in Hollywood, a more than decade old incident involving Sizemore has come to light. THR has released a story that in 2003, while filming the movie Piggy Banks, Sizemore was removed from the set for sexually assaulting an 11-year-old actress.

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A dozen different cast and crew members from the film, also known as Born Killers, have spoken about the event. Sizemore was shooting family photographs for the movie’s set. In the pictures, his character’s daughter sat in his lap. Actress Robyn Adamson, who played the child’s mother, recalled the little girl’s eyes widening to the point where Adamson thought she might vomit. The child finished the session, though struggled with taking direction. The next day the little girl told her mother that Sizemore had touched her genitals. Her mother called the movie’s casting director, Catrine McGregor immediately. McGregor filed a claim with the acting union SAG and began to fight to have Sizemore removed from the film.

The story quickly filtered down through the film crew, who according to Production Assistant Roi Maufas, were ready to go after Sizemore themselves. The actor had a reputation on the set for being difficult, and was often drunk or high during filming. Producer James R. Rosenthal stepped in to keep the crew away from Sizemore, and the movie’s other producers immediately removed him from the set. They also spoke to the child’s parents, offering to remove the girl and/or Sizemore from the movie and encouraging the parents to press charges, something the parents declined to do. When confronted, Sizemore denied the allegations.

In spite of Sizemore being removed from the set, he was brought in for reshoots months later. While many who worked on the film believed the allegation against him, they had a financial responsibility to finish the film and no hard evidence.

In the wake of the various allegations in Hollywood that began with Harvey Weinstein, and that have now continued to be revealed over the course of several weeks, the crew no longer felt that they should stay silent about the incident. As for the child, she is not a child any longer, though she wishes to remain anonymous as she looks into possible legal actions against Sizemore, and potentially her parents as well.

Source: THR





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