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Time will tell, but I don’t think it will be pretty.5G is here – and shares of this ‘sleeping giant’ could be a great way for you to potentially profit!According to one leading industry firm, the 5G boom could create a global industry worth US$12.3 TRILLION out of thin air…And if you click here we’ll show you something that could be key to unlocking 5G’s full potential…Is another stock market crash coming?If you’ve done your research and have the cash to invest, you may not get a better opportunity to purchase shares in quality companies at bargain prices.Historically, the worst market crashes have not occurred on single days, but on multiple days in relatively quick succession, according to data from Refinitiv.The big stock market crash known as Black Monday occurred on 19 October 1987. On that day, the FTSE 100 fell 10.8%, but it also fell a further 12.2%, 5.7%, and 6.2% on single days during the following week. These were all historically large falls for the FTSE 100, and all four occurred within an eight-day period.A similar pattern appeared in autumn 2008 when the FTSE 100 experienced four notable one-day falls of between 5.7% and 8.8% in a one-month period.Although this may be alarming at first glance, for those investors looking to snap up shares in companies at rock-bottom prices, there could be opportunities ahead.This week we saw a repeat of 1987’s Black Monday when markets around the world crashed in response to a 30% drop in the price of oil and increasing worry about the virus. I don’t think this was a one-off event.To be prepared is to be forearmedMany British shares have been suppressed in recent years in response to Brexit and worry surrounding a global slowdown caused by the US-China trade war. With these new concerns thrown into the mix, some UK shares are becoming insanely cheap. Of course, a few will fall too far to recover, which is why due diligence is so important. I’d avoid oil, airline, or cruise stocks for now, and I think restaurant or entertainment stocks will be out of favour for some time too.Niche growth areasOne stock I like the look of is Porvair (LSE:PRV), a specialist filtration and environmental technology company. Its filtration equipment is used in aerospace, bioscience, energy, water, and industrial applications. Market crash or no market crash! Keep calm and carry on investing Our 6 ‘Best Buys Now’ Shares “This Stock Could Be Like Buying Amazon in 1997” Click here to claim your copy now — and we’ll tell you the name of this Top US Share… free of charge! See all posts by Kirsteen Mackay I would like to receive emails from you about product information and offers from The Fool and its business partners. Each of these emails will provide a link to unsubscribe from future emails. More information about how The Fool collects, stores, and handles personal data is available in its Privacy Statement. 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Enter Your Email Address Kirsteen Mackay | Wednesday, 11th March, 2020 | More on: PRV The company released positive preliminary results last month, and the CEO stated it’s well positioned to benefit from global trends. These include tighter environmental regulations, growth in analytical science, the expansion of air travel, the replacement of plastic by aluminium, and the drive for manufacturing process efficiency.The expansion of air travel may no longer be so promising, but I think growth in the other areas may increase. Of course, supply chain issues could have an impact in the near term.Over the last five years, the Porvair share price has risen 119%. Its price-to-earnings ratio is 27, which is too high to call a bargain share. However, you could get value for money if you’re buying in a market crash. Porvair stock also has a small dividend yield of 0.77%.I particularly like that Porvair has a low debt ratio and is specialising in niche areas of growth. I think it is one company that can recover well from this current market turmoil and shine in the better days ahead.
SHARE Facebook Twitter Home Indiana Agriculture News Celebrate National Ice Cream Month on Monument Circle Friday Nothing beats ice cream in the summer heat! The American Dairy Association Indiana invites you to celebrate National Ice Cream Month for the 30th consecutive year with the Ice Cream Social on the Circle. On Friday, July 19 from 11am-2pm, volunteers and local celebrities will be serving up giant ice cream sundaes for the suggested price of $3 with all the toppings in front of Hilbert Circle Theatre on Monument Circle.All proceeds from sundae sales will benefit Second Helpings. This organization takes donated perishable and overstocked food to prepare nutritious meals for thousands of hungry children and adults and delivers them free of charge in the Greater Indianapolis area. They also train underemployed and unemployed adults for meaningful careers in the culinary industry.This beloved event features celebrities such as IMS Historian Donald Davidson, Terri Stacy, radio personalities Greg Browning, Jack Shell, Terri Stacy, Sean Copeland, and Joe Staysniak as well as other local media and community personalities. Other features include face painters, mascots, the Pacers Fan Van, live music, and special guests all the way from Purdue University- real dairy cows.As for the ice cream itself, the celebs will be dishing out Edy’s Slow Churned Light Ice Cream topped with a choice of Kroger’s chocolate, strawberry, and caramel syrups (sugar free options available). Prairie Farms whipped cream and Kroger’s maraschino cherries and sprinkles complete the treat to individual perfection.This event highlights the fact that Indiana is No. 2 in ice cream production in the United States, with Edy’s Grand Ice Cream headquarters in Fort Wayne, Indiana. The American Dairy Association is honored to combine the taste of rural Indiana dairy farms with the positive economic influence ice cream has on Indiana each year.For more information on American Dairy Association Indiana visit www.winnersdrinkmilk.com. Celebrate National Ice Cream Month on Monument Circle Friday Previous articleChina Talks Moving Forward This WeekNext articleDept. of Labor Announces Plans to Modernize H-2A Program Hoosier Ag Today By Hoosier Ag Today – Jul 16, 2019 SHARE Facebook Twitter
RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WhatsApp Twitter News Fresh information about the location of the body of a County Tyrone teenager could lead to new searches, a solicitor has said.The inquest into the 1994 disappearance of Arlene Arkinson was adjourned today.A barrister for the coroner said it was adjourned because matters that were part of a criminal investigation had arisen.The family’s solicitor said it was the most positive development he had known.Des Doherty said he understood information had emerged that “could potentially bring the remains of Arlene back to her family”.Fifteen-year-old Arlene, from Castlederg, County Tyrone, went missing in August 1994 after a night out at a disco in Bundoran, County Donegal.Her body has never been found.Mr Doherty said Thursday’s hearing was the 19th since its first sitting in November 2007. Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North Facebook Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal WhatsApp Twitter By News Highland – April 10, 2014 Inquest told that new evidence could lead to discovery of Arlene Arkinsons remains Google+ Previous articleMaxi dejected after U21 Final defeatNext articleCalls made for speed limit to be reduced near Illistrin National School News Highland 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Google+ Pinterest Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th Facebook Pinterest Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire
davelogan/iStock(WASHINGTON) — Federal officials have documented thousands of allegations of sexual abuse and sexual misconduct against migrant children in U.S. custody over the past several years, according to documents presented at a House committee hearing Tuesday.The reports of alleged abuse in Department of Health and Human Services records were made public by Democratic Rep. Ted Deutch during a House Judiciary Committee hearing examining the Trump administration’s family separation policy. The data includes accusations of harassment and inappropriate sexual behavior against unaccompanied minors and children in U.S. custody going back to when HHS started keeping records for the first time in the fall of 2014, during the Obama administration.That year U.S. authorities saw significantly higher numbers of unaccompanied children attempting to cross the U.S.-Mexico border. There are currently 11,500 migrant minors in U.S. custody, mostly older children and teens who crossed the border alone.The stats don’t appear to show a significant increase in accusations under the Trump administration compared to the last years of Obama administration.“Together these documents detail an environment of systemic sexual assaults by staff on unaccompanied children,” Deutch said at the hearing.More than 150 of the allegations involve staff working at facilities run on behalf of the Department of Health and Human Services. In several cases the accused staff member was removed from their position, the documents show.This number represents those that were reported to the Justice Department, a much smaller number than total allegation reported to refugee resettlement staff.In some of the other cases the perpetrators were other unaccompanied minors.Axios first reported on the allegations Wednesday afternoon.“The safety of minors is our top concern when administering our unaccompanied alien children program,” HHS spokesperson Caitlin B. Oakley said in a statement. “These are vulnerable children in difficult circumstances, and the [Office of Refugee Resettlement] fully understands its responsibility to ensure that each child is treated with the utmost care.”Accused staff members were removed from their position in dozens of cases, the documents show. The cases reveal multiple instances of inappropriate touching and kissing involving children.In one 2015 incident, a facility staff member approached a child from behind and asked her to “squeeze his erection,” the report noted. The staff member also tried to kiss the young girl on the mouth.The incident was reported to the FBI and the staff member was arrested and charged with sexual abuse, the report explains. The children and staff members involved are not named.A top HHS official said he raised concerns over the Trump administration’s family separation policy in 2017, as ABC News previously reported.“In every conversation that we had about separation we opposed separation,” HHS Public Health Commander Jonathan White said in response to questions from Deutch.Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
Maui Police Department(MAUI COUNTY, Hawaii) — The body of a hiker who had been missing for days was found over the weekend, police said.Craig Pitt, 35, was found dead Saturday at the base of a waterfall in the Bamboo Forest hiking area in Maui County, police said.Pitt, of Florida, had been missing last Wednesday.Officials believe he was planning on hiking one of the trails along the nearby Hana Highway. His vehicle, a silver Toyota Corolla, was found parked on the shoulder of the highway a day before his body was found.Maui police and the fire department conducted a search of the Bamboo Forest area of Hana Highway — with the help of a police search dog and helicopter — on Saturday.It was then that they found the body of a white male, which was later positively identified as Pitt.It was not immediately clear how Pitt died. Police do not suspect foul play.His family has been notified of his death.Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
Beau Lund Written by FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailmiflippo/iStock(WASHINGTON) — The Washington Nationals are back home after winning the World Series in Houston Wednesday.The first-time champions landed in Dulles International Airport Thursday night and are gearing up to celebrate their victory this weekend.A parade will be held for the Nats in the nation’s capital on Saturday, beginning at 2 p.m. For more on the parade route and celebration, watch the video below:Copyright © 2019, ABC Audio. All rights reserved. November 1, 2019 /Sports News – National Nationals return to DC as World Series champs
Beau Lund FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailRob Carr/Getty Images(LOS ANGELES) — To mark Mamba Day, the fourth anniversary of Kobe Bryant’s final NBA game, his widow, Vanessa Bryant, shared footage of his final moments on the court.In her caption, Vanessa Bryant reflected on the “senseless” deaths of her husband and their daughter, 13-year-old Gianna, who were killed in a helicopter crash in January.Noting that the NBA legend, nicknamed “The Black Mamba,” “worked his ass off for 20 years,” she explained that he’d hoped to use his retirement to focus on family.“All he wanted was to spend time with our girls and me to make up for lost time,” she wrote. “He wanted to be there for every single milestone and special moment in our girls’ lives.”Kobe Bryant, 42, and Gianna — known as Gigi — were among the nine victims killed in a helicopter crash on Jan. 26 in Southern California. At the time, they were en route to a basketball game at Bryant’s Mamba Academy.Like her famous father, Gigi loved to play basketball, and, according to Vanessa Bryant, “she worked hard and gave her all 7 days a week just like her daddy.”“He only got to enjoy 3 years and 9 months of retirement. We had 2 more daughters, he won an Oscar, he opened Granity studios, he became a 5x best selling author and coached Gianna’s basketball team in that time,” Vanessa Bryant wrote. “I wish I could back to that morning, every day. I wish they had a normal local game on 1/26. Life truly isn’t fair.”Kobe Bryant is survived by his wife and three daughters: Natalia, 17, Bianka, 3, and Capri, 9 months.Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved. April 14, 2020 /Sports News – National Vanessa Bryant says Kobe wanted to use retirement to ‘make up for lost time’ Written by
Tags: Jules Bernard/Pac-12/UCLA Bruins/Utah Runnin’ Utes Basketball FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailSALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Jules Bernard scored 11 of his 19 points in the second half, making all four of his field goals, as UCLA broke away to defeat Utah 76-61.Bernard finished on 7-of-10 shooting, including four 3-pointers, to lead four Bruins into double figures. Johnny Juzang scored 18 points, Cody Riley 15 points and Jaime Jaquez Jr. 11.Branden Carlson led Utah with 17 points, four after halftime, while Riley Battin and Ian Martinez added 10 each.Riley opened the second half with back-to-back baskets on UCLA’s first two possessions as the Bruins opened a double-digit lead that they kept the rest of the game. Associated Press Written by February 25, 2021 /Sports News – Local Bernard scores 19 as UCLA keeps Utah at arm’s length 76-61
The ‘Save Kensal Rise Library Campaign’ has suffered a further setback, following a recent meeting with All Souls in which it was announced that the College is selling the library to a property developer to be turned into flats.Campaigners who call themselves ‘The Friends of Kensal Rise Library’ held a rally on Saturday outside All Souls in the hope that Fellows would use it as an opportunity “to discuss a more meaningful future for Kensal Rise Library.”Margaret Bailey, a Director of the campaign, said, “We invited the Warden and Bursar to come to speak to us on that occasion. They de- clined, but we have been invited to a further meeting on 20th November 2012. We have asked to meet with the College on other occasions and have been referred to Cluttons their property agents.”They have also written an open letter to the College which expresses that they feel “misled” by the college. The letter, which has been sent to the Warden and all of the Fellows of All Souls individually, describes the college’s move as a “breach of faith.” In the letter Bailey said, “We represent a larger community that sees the Col- lege’s current proposal as nothing short of a breach of faith with this relatively poor area of north-west London, from which it has already profited handsomely.”She continued, “Although the College do- nated the land, the library building from which the College and Mr Gillick now seek to profit was not paid for by the College, but by public subscription and a donation from Andrew Car- negie, the philanthropist.”In a press release, campaigners asserted, “The Friends of Kensal Rise Library were shocked at a recent meeting with the College’s Bursar, Mr Thomas Seaman, to be told that the College was selling the library to a property developer to be turned into flats.“On the 3rd August 2012 Mr Seaman, Bursar of All Souls, claimed that “this building will not be turned into flats. In reality the entirety of the old library is to be converted for residential use, with only a small part of the new building re- maining available for rent by the library.”Campaigner Laura Collingon told Cherwell, “We are very disappointed by the way that All Souls’ have behaved so far. They assured us that the building would not be turned into flats but they are now saying that this will happen.“However, they have said that we have persuaded them that there should be a library on the site. I don’t think this will be possible if we are shut out of our historic library building and forced into a tiny space where we have to pay a market rent to an unsympathetic property de- veloper, which is what is currently suggested by All Souls.”She continued, “This is not a sustainable future for the library. It would be shocking if an educational institution like All Souls persisted in putting profit before learning.”Bailey remains hopeful about the future, telling Cherwell, “We have a meeting with the college on 20th November and we hope the discussion will be productive.”The library, opened in 1900 by Mark Twain, has been a source of tension between All Souls and the community in Kensal Rise. The cam- paign has been supported by numerous literary figures, including Alan Bennett, Philip Pullman, Zadie Smith, Jacqueline Wilson and Maggie Gee, as well as the Royal Society of Literature.
The Ocean City Home Bank annual tree-lighting will be held at 6:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. 24, in the bank parking lot.The Dance Place and the Upper Township Small Ensemble will perform. The bank will be giving away gift certificates to downtown Ocean City to spread holiday cheer, and Mayor Jay Gillian will light the tree.Santa also will be on hand for pictures.Ocean City Home Bank is at 10th Street and Asbury Avenue. All are invited to attend.