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A look at the day ahead in U.S. and global markets from Mike Dolan. A hail of mega corporate updates distracted stock markets from a confusing macro picture – but offers little more clarity with scattergun fortunes and ambiguous readouts for the wider economy. Shares in Walt Disney surged 6% ahead of Thursday’s open after

United and Liverpool lack London postcode to get 'prices they floated'

Former Liverpool chairman Sir Martin Broughton has questioned the valuations that the owners of the Reds and Manchester United have placed on their clubs.  Broughton believes that the two clubs will struggle to get the asking prices of over £4billion given that they are not in London.  The businessman insisted that have property interests in

'Life is worse': Kenya's Ruto marks 100 days in office

Since being elected, Kenya’s President William Ruto has travelled across Africa and beyond touting Kenya’s economic potential Kenyan shop attendant Winnie Wanjiru Mwaura was brimming with hope when she signed up to be an election agent for William Ruto during the August 9 polls and elated when he became president. But barely 100 days after
 ordered Adidas to ’start to make new designs› – hours after he was embarrassingly escorted out of the headquarters of rivals Skechers, amid the rapid implosion of his business empire. On Wednesday night he also appeared to reference his declining financial clout, noting: ‹I haven’t got super model pu**y in over a month. Please send

A fake builder who scammed 11 people out of more than £1million and left families with wrecked homes has been jailed for three years

A fake builder who scammed 11 people out of more than £1million and left families with wrecked homes has been jailed for three years. Richard Nicholls, 38, an estate agent and salesman, had no experience in construction when he started taking on the building work. He left his victims – many of whom were in south –

Travel agent who pretended to have cancer to con 1,400 customer jailed

A travel agent faked  while defrauding more than 1,400 customers has been jailed at Durham Crown Court for nine years. Lyne Barlow, 39, was ‹riding the monster of deceit› as she used her fake illness to deflect the avalanche of complaints from devastated families whose holidays failed to materialise. She was so determined to continue

An interpreter tried to persuade doctors at a

An interpreter tried to persuade doctors at a hospital to approve an illegal kidney transplant for the daughter of a wealthy Nigerian politician, who it is claimed plotted to transport a street trader to the UK to harvest the organ, a court has heard.  Evelyn ‹Ebere› Agbasonu allegedly asked for payment of £1,500 to help

Argentine customs agents seize $120,00 worth of currency

A massive collection of coins and bills, including a stash that was used in Nazi camps, EVdEn EVe nAKLiYAT was confiscated from a couple in Argentina. The bust was made Wednesday when the owner of a vehicle and his wife were approached for a routine inspection after they arrived on a ferry from Colonia, Uruguay,

Brian Walshe appears in court on murder charges

The husband of mom Ana Walshe appeared in court via Zoom today for a brief status hearing ahead of his murder trial.  Brian Walshe is to death, dismembering her body and disposing of it in a dumpster in January.  Police have not been able to recover her remains – they say they were taken from
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