Gas prices hit new record

Image © Adobe Images Wholesale gas to the UK for delivery in October hit a new high on Tuesday, suggesting the energy crisis facing the country is only getting worse. Analysts say the developments come amid intense tendering between Asia and Europe for any available maritime gas. “The latest surge …

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Retail sales continue to worsen as inflation concerns rise

In a note to customers, the ANZ research team says the supply shocks that have spread across the world since the pandemic hit are unlikely to be contained until the virus is in, and l Senior economist Felicity Emmett said the continuing trend of labor market shortages seen before the …

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Injection to enhance a man’s love life

An injection of stem cells may offer a new way to fight impotence or erectile dysfunction, which affects up to half of men aged 40 and over. In two new studies, men who received injections directly into the penis experienced improvement in their sexual function. The theory is that stem …

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Associated Grocers Partners with Rosie for Ecommerce

Associated Grocers of Baton Rouge (AGBR) has partnered with Rosie e-commerce solution to deliver a convenient online shopping program to its more than 180 member independent retailers throughout Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas. “We are excited to be working with a partner like Rosie to provide our stores with choice in …

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Retailers can prevent e-commerce fraud with technology solutions.

Electronic commerce is experiencing unprecedented and much talked about growth. The global pandemic has sent people online in droves, accelerating a digital shift and advancing technological innovation that has been in the works for years. As a result, global e-commerce sales grew 28% in 2020 to approximately $ 4.3 trillion. …

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Calligraphy art on display at the Waterford Festival

A writing celebration was held in Waterford to mark the online availability of the city’s Great Parchment Book. Visitors to the Irish Script on Screen website can now view the 450 pages of the medieval book, which was written and compiled between 1356 and 1649, thanks to this recent development. …

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Irish geology exhibition opens in Dublin

An exhibition on the geology of Ireland that chronicles how scientists have developed their understanding of the planet over the past 175 years has opened in Dublin. Originally slated for opening in November 2020, the exhibit has been developed by the National Museum of Ireland in partnership with Geological Survey …

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