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Romo hurt as Panthers beat Cowboys
NFL: Carolina Panthers at Dallas Cowboys(The Sports Xchange) - The Carolina Panthers improved their perfect start to the season to 11-0 with a 33-14 victory over the Dallas Cowboys, who lost quarterback Tony Romo to another shoulder injury late in the third quarter on Thursday. Panthers middle linebacker Luke Kuechly intercepted two passes in the second quarter, part of a stifling effort by the Carolina defense at AT&T Stadium. Dallas quarterback Romo completed 11 of 21 passes for 106 yards and three interceptions.

Golf-Birdie-less Scott not giving up on Australian Open
By Nick Mulvenney SYDNEY, Nov 27 (Reuters) - Adam Scott cannot remember the last time he failed to secure a birdie in a round of golf but despite shooting a two-over-par 73 on Friday he still has not given up hope of a second Australian Open title this week. The 35-year-old Australian has still not won in 2015 and had declared himself "fired up" to break the drought at the Australian Golf Club this week. Didn't make any putts and it's a hard track." Fatigued after an early start and failing to come to terms with slower greens, Scott had a chance of a birdie at the par-three 11th only to three putt for a bogey.


Canada's Ontario forecasts smaller deficit, helped by Hydro IPO
The Ontario government said on Thursday it expects a smaller budget deficit in the current fiscal year than previously anticipated, helped by the initial public offering of utility Hydro One Ltd. Canada's most populous province expects to run a deficit of C$7.52 billion ($5.66 billion) in the 2015-16 fiscal year, its Liberal government said in a budget update, down from the C$8.5 billion deficit it had estimated in its April budget. Ontario, which accounts for about 40 percent of Canada's economy, is now forecasting a deficit of C$4.5 billion for 2016-2017, slightly smaller than what was forecast in April, and promises to have a balanced budget in 2017-18. Non-tax revenue for the current fiscal year, including the net revenue from the initial public offering of Ontario power distributor Hydro One, is projected to be about C$1.1 billion higher than forecast in the 2015 Budget.

IATA expects 7bn global air passengers by 2034 amid slower growth
IATA expects 7bn global air passengers by 2034 amid slower growthAir passenger numbers worldwide are likely to reach seven billion per year within the next two decades, twice what they are now, IATA said on Thursday. The International Air Transport Association said this was 400 million fewer than forecast previously because of a global economic slowdown, notably in China. IATA said it now expects air passenger numbers to grow 3.8 percent on average each year through 2034, taking the annual figure to double from the 3.5 billion expected this year.

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