Simply click below to discover how you can take advantage of this. T Sligo | Thursday, 2nd April, 2020 Alert! FTSE 100 stocks are 25% cheaper! Time to buy? Investors fear uncertainty. Unfortunately, at the moment the FTSE 100 — and the wider economy — is filled with it. The coronavirus crisis is difficult to comprehend and nobody is entirely sure how the disease will affect business and what it will mean for stock prices in the future.Fear and uncertainty have caused FTSE 100 stocks to fall roughly 25% since the beginning of 2020. 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Time to sell your shares?If you are still sitting on your stocks, like I am, your portfolio’s value will no doubt be quite a bit lighter than it was several months ago. The thought has crossed my mind about whether I should sell some of my holdings and put it in what is traditionally safer, like cash or bonds. But by selling my position, I would be turning a paper loss into an actual, realised loss. The coronavirus will almost certainly wreak carnage upon businesses, and yet I have faith that in the long term, the British economy will be OK. I am certain that all of us have thought about selling. Even other Fools, like Tom Rodgers, have thought about it. As Tom pointed out, panic-selling in a market crash is a bad idea. Nobody can second guess what FTSE 100 stocks will do next. The only thing I am reasonably certain about is the analysis I have carried out and I am comfortable that I have bought stocks in quality companies. 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About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving. The beneficiary charities are:Alzheimer Scotland Shelter Children’s Hospice Association Scotland (CHAS)Scottish Society for Autism The Prince’s Trust Age Concern Scotland DBS’ Chief Executive Graeme Dalziel, who is the current holder of the HRH Prince of Wales Ambassador Award for Scottish Business in the Community, said: “In addition to providing financial support, we will be working hard to raise awareness of these six charities to our members, encouraging staff and members to get actively involved, and offering charity staff the opportunity to participate in our training and development programmes.DBS has over 350,000 members who use its branch-based, postal and telephone service. Howard Lake | 30 November 2004 | News Dunfermline Building Society chooses six charities to support 37 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Instead of opting for the usual single charity of the year, Dunfermline Building Society has chosen to support six Scottish charities.As well as supporting six charities, the Dunfermline Building Society (DBS) is supporting them for two years rather than the more common one year. Each will benefit from both practical and financial support.All six charities chosen by the DBS focus on local community issues, benefiting all age ranges. Each will benefit from practical and financial support for the next two years. Advertisement
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News UpdatesRape Of 10 Year Old Girl: UP Court Sentences Accused To Death Press Trust of India1 April 2021 8:59 AMShare This – xFirozabad (UP), Apr 1 (PTI) A special POCSO court here on Thursday sentenced a man to death for raping a 10-year-old girl in December 2020, disposing of the case in a record three and a half months.Additional Sessions Judge Mridul Dubey, heading the special court set up under the provisions of the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act, sentenced the accused, Neeraj, a resident of…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginFirozabad (UP), Apr 1 (PTI) A special POCSO court here on Thursday sentenced a man to death for raping a 10-year-old girl in December 2020, disposing of the case in a record three and a half months.Additional Sessions Judge Mridul Dubey, heading the special court set up under the provisions of the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act, sentenced the accused, Neeraj, a resident of a village under Jasrana police station, to death after convicting him of the offence of rape.Additional Government Counsel Ajumed Singh Chauhan said the offence was committed on December 14, 2020, when Neeraj had lured the girl to a desolate place in his village and raped her.After hearing both the prosecution and defence counsel, the POSCO court gave its verdict in record time , the ADGC added.Next Story
Small numbers of Black-browed Albatross, Thalassarche melanophrys, breed on Campbell Island, New Zealand. Their dark brown irises had previously been used to distinguish them from the more numerous Campbell Albatross, T. impavida, which has light irises. Blood samples were collected from dark-eyed birds and their partners on Campbell Island to determine their provenance and whether a sex imbalance caused them to breed with Campbell Albatrosses. Analysis of mitochondrial DNA revealed that dark-eyed birds were of three genetically distinct groups: T. melanophrys, Falkland Islands T. melanophrysand T. impavida. The majority of both types of T. melanophrys on Campbell Island were male, hence none was paired with the same taxon, but most of the more widespread form chose dark-eyed mates. Other individuals had a succession of light-eyed partners over several years. Dark-eyed T. impavida may have been hybrid progeny of femaleT. impavida× male T. melanophrys pairings. One of these birds was banded as a chick in 1970, suggesting that hybridisation has occurred on Campbell Island at least as early as that date. Their presence suggests a low rate of interchange between the island groups or recent immigration of T. melanophrys to Campbell Island and neighbouring island groups.
Equinor has secured consent for exploration drilling in the North Sea. (Credit: C Morrison from Pixabay.) Equinor is the operator for production licence 878. We have now given the company consent to drill pilot hole 30/2-U-1 using the West Hercules semi-submersible drilling facility.30/2-U-1 is located north-west of the Huldra field in the North Sea.The geographical coordinates are:60° 56′ 11.23″ N02° 37′ 18.83″ EWater depth at the site is 142 metres.Equinor estimates that the drilling will take three days, starting in early 2020.The pilot hole will be drilled by the West Hercules mobile drilling facility, which is owned and operated by Seadrill. West Hercules is a sixth-generation, semi-submersible drilling facility built in 2008 at the Daewoo Shipyard in South Korea.The facility was issued with an Acknowledgement of Compliance (AoC) by the PSA in 2012. Source: Company Press Release The pilot hole will be drilled by the West Hercules mobile drilling facility, which is owned and operated by Seadrill
The British Property Federation (BPF) has welcomed proposals from the Government to regenerate some of the country’s most run-down housing estates, praising the Government for ensuring that “binding guarantees” will be put in place for tenants and homeowners, to ensure that their right to a home is protected.The government has launched a package of measures to transform 100 housing estates across the country, including a £140m fund and the launch of an Estate Regeneration Advisory Panel, chaired by former Deputy Prime Minister Lord Heseltine (left).Ian Fletcher, director of policy (real estate) at the British Property Federation, said, “There are some very old council estates that are in need of regeneration, but that process must treat existing residents fairly. The Government is therefore right to put some sorts of guarantees at the forefront of its policy and encourage a partnership approach.“Communities need not only homes, but jobs, schools and green spaces and other leisure opportunities to create places people want to live in. If the Government gets this right it could be some of the best use of £140m it has ever spent.”The Prime Minister’s announcement comes ahead of a report from property advisor Savills which will show the approach to regeneration could be a catalyst to the building of hundreds of thousands of new homes in London alone.Mr Cameron said, “For decades, sink estates – and frankly, sometimes the people who lived in them – had been seen as something simply to be managed. It’s time to be more ambitious at every level.The mission here is nothing short of social turnaround, and with massive estate regeneration, tenants protected, and land unlocked for new housing all over Britain, I believe we can tear down anything that stands in our way.”Yolande Barnes (right), Savills Research Director, said, “Savills research shows is that housing estates can deliver more homes and be made into better neighbourhoods by re-integrating them into the wider street network and creating or repairing the streetscape.“This creates more highly valued neighbourhoods. The signs are that new developments of ‘complete streets’ cost less to build than conventional estate renewal.”However, not everyone is so supportive. Shadow Housing Minister John Healey said, “Any extra to help councils build new homes is welcome but Conservative ministers have halved housing investment since 2010 and are doing too little to deal with the country’s housing pressures.“People simply won’t see this small-scale scheme stretched over 100 estates making much difference to the housing problems in their area.”Brian Robson, policy and research manager for housing at the Joseph Rowntree Foundation charity, said it was true that poor housing and run down estates could trap people in poverty.But he said he worried the government was relying too much on private investment, which risked “pushing people out of the places where they have roots.”Lord Heseltine sink estates housing regeneration The British Property Federation BPF Yolande Barnes January 14, 2016The NegotiatorWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021 Home » News » Housing Market » Sink estates will rise again previous nextHousing MarketSink estates will rise againThe Government announces estate regeneration plans to protect residents.The Negotiator14th January 201601,045 Views
Aces defeat Phoenix inside Resch Center GREEN BAY, Wisc. – DeAndre Williams recorded 22 points and 12 rebounds while John Hall and Noah Frederking also reached double figures to lead the University of Evansville men’s basketball team to a 72-62 road win over Green Bay at the Resch Center.Williams was 7-for-8 from the floor and had the same finish from the free throw line. He also tied for the game high with three assists. Hall hit five baskets, two coming from outside. Frederking hit three triples in the UE (8-3) win.“I thought we did really well, our guys were engaged. We did a great job playing these guys defensively,” Aces head coach Walter McCarty said. “In the second half, we let them start hitting from outside to make it close. This is a really good road win for us, I will take it.”“The Kentucky win really helped us on the road; we showed that we could play and win in any environment. That really gave our guys a lot of confidence.”Leading the Phoenix (3-8) was Amari Davis, who scored 17 points. He was 6-of-15 from the field. Kameron Hankerson and PJ Pipes scored 13 apiece.Evansville took advantage of an early shooting slump by the Phoenix, opening up an 11-4 lead in the first six minutes as Green Bay made just one of their first 13 attempts. DeAndre Williams got UE on the board before John Hall drained a triple to make it a 5-2 game. Hall added another bucket to help the Aces extend the lead.Up by a 14-8 score, the Aces reeled off the next ten points as they pushed the lead up to 16. Hall got it started with a dunk before Noah Frederking scored five in a row. Evan Kuhlman capped the stretch off with his first triple of the night to extend the advantage to 24-8 as the game reached the midpoint of the half.With just over two minutes left in the opening period, Green Bay got back within 11 points at 36-25 before an 8-2 run gave Evansville its largest lead of 44-27 in the final minute. Frederking and Hall each had 3-pointers in the run. The Phoenix added the final bucket of the half to trail by a 44-29 margin at the break.Green Bay would cut the UE lead to just 10 at 48-38 in the opening four minutes of the half before senior K.J. Riley made a huge play. Riley made an unbelievable spin move and converted the ensuing attempt while drawing a foul. His and-one set the lead back at 13 points. Up 51-41, another big run saw the Aces take a game-high 19-point lead at 60-41 with 12:32 on the clock. Sam Cunliffe got it started with a jumper before Williams dunked it on a beautiful feed from Cunliffe. Shamar Givance connected on a long ball before another Williams basket completed the rally.The Phoenix responded with a run of their own, keeping the Aces off the board for a stretch of six minutes while scoring 13 in a row. Green Bay drained five out of six attempts in the rally while holding UE to eight consecutive misses. With under seven minutes remaining, a pair of Williams free throws ended the stretch and made it a 62-54 game.Evansville missed 11 shots in a row over an 8-minute stretch before Dendre Williams put a quick end to it. His triple with 4:24 remaining gave UE a double figure once again at 66-56. Both teams went scoreless over the next three minutes before Sam Cunliffe scored on an inbound pass from K.J. Riley that made it a 12-point contest.In the final minute, the Phoenix would get back within eight points before the Aces cemented the 72-62 win. Evansville is a perfect 3-0 on the road after winning just two road games last season. The defense for the Aces was spectacular, holding Green Bay to just 27.3% shooting. The Phoenix were held 18 points below their season average. Evansville shot 46.9% while outrebounding Green Bay by a 44-40 final.It is a quick turnaround for Evansville who is set to travel to Jacksonville, Ala. to face Jacksonville State on Monday evening at 7:30 p.m.FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail
By Tommie Lee – April 1, 2020 0 277 Twitter Previous articleHoly Cross graduation postponed to SeptemberNext articleMichigan reports more than 1700 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday; 78 additional deaths Tommie Lee CoronavirusIndianaLocalNewsSouth Bend Market Pinterest Google+ WhatsApp Closed medical facilities could reopen to help with anticipated surge of Indiana patients Pinterest Twitter WhatsApp Google+ Facebook A doctor shows the lungs of Covid-19 patient on a computer screen at the MontLegia CHC hospital in Liege, Belgium, Friday, March 27, 2020. The new coronavirus causes mild or moderate symptoms for most people, but for some, especially older adults and people with existing health problems, it can cause more severe illness or death. (AP Photo/Francisco Seco) Indiana health officials are expecting a spike in coronavirus cases across the state, and are preparing to open vacant hospitals.An increase in cases means more hospital visits, an the surge in patients would be overwhelming to local health departments.WSBT reports the surge, which is expected between mid-April and mid-May, has those departments seeking to make sure beds will be available. That could include the reopening of the old St. Joseph Hospital near downtown Mishawaka, which could help treat less-critical patients during a surge. The St. Joseph Health Department says a lot of work needs to be done before the facility would be ready. Facebook