Covid dividend cuts push retail traders to leverage

Dividend cuts seen in the FTSE 100 and FTSE 250 in response to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic have pushed more retail investors into leveraged ETF strategies to replace lost income. Analysis by ETF provider GraniteShares found that 35 blue chip companies and 85 FTSE 250 companies have either …

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Starr in Albion still at home for some migrant children

The Commonwealth of Starr in Albion continues to be at least a temporary home for dozens of migrant children who have crossed America’s southern border. Since Starr was established as an interagency partner with the US Department of Health and Human Services, migrant boys aged 5 to 17 were brought …

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New Apple store Via del Corso in Rome, Italy opens on May 27

Apple has previewed Apple Via del Corso, its newest outlet in a bustling center of Rome, Italy. Apple claims the store preserves the grand Palazzo Marignoli, paying homage to Rome’s rich art and culture history and making it one of the company’s most significant restoration projects. Sitting next to the …

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Global Retail System Integrator Market 2021 Size, Demand,

Dallas, May 26, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Global Retail System Integrator Market 2021-2026 Market Snapshot Retail System Integrators Market report provides detailed analysis of global market size, regional and country level market size, market segmentation growth, market share, landscape competition, sales analysis, impact of domestic and global market players, value …

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Jews and Crime in Medieval Europe – A Multiple Case Study

Jews and Crime in Medieval Europe by Ephraim Shoham-Steiner. (Wayne State University Press, 2021) By: Ephraim Shoham-Steiner (Wayne State University Press, 2021)Review by: Rabbi Reuven Chaim Klein As its title might suggest, this book is a multiple case study of the relationship between Jews and crime in medieval times. He …

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16 NH UAS teachers told not to apply for status

EXETER – A member of the Exeter Area Co-operative School board said he heard a number of complaints about teachers asking students if they were getting the COVID-19 vaccine, which administrators have ruled inappropriate. Board member Melissa Litchfield of Brentwood raised the issue at last week’s school board meeting. She …

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Day 8: Take a photo of gratitude

The challenge Take a fresh look at the people, places and things in your life. Now take a picture. It could be a building you haven’t noticed before, a tree in your yard, children at play, or your pet. Fill out the form below to share your photos with us! …

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A&E Briefs – May 26, 2021

Local high school artists shine The recent Peninsula Olympic High School Art Exhibition at Peninsula College featured 39 works of art including ceramics, collage, digital art, drawings, mixed media, paintings, photographs and videos of local high school students. Sequim won three individual awards, including Michaela Vogel, who won first and …

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