Simply click below to discover how you can take advantage of this. Cliff D’Arcy | Friday, 27th March, 2020 | More on: GSK In one of his wise, homespun lessons for investors, legendary investor Warren Buffett once likened shares to hamburgers. He asked this simple question:“If you plan to eat hamburgers throughout your life and are not a cattle producer, should you wish for higher or lower prices for beef?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…The billionaire ‘Oracle of Omaha’ then added: “If you expect to be a net saver during the next five years, should you hope for a higher or lower stock market during that period?”Buyers should welcome bargain pricesThe answer to both questions is that ongoing buyers of hamburgers and stocks should seek the same thing: lower prices today (and higher prices when they become sellers, of course!).Thanks to this coronavirus crisis, share prices across the board are a lot lower than when the FTSE 100 index peaked in 2020 at 7,674.6 on 17 January. As I write on Friday afternoon, the Footsie is hovering around 5,485, down over 28% in just 10 weeks. Bad news for today’s sellers, but good news for today’s buyers, according to Buffettology.Buy what you knowBuffett also urges investors to “buy what you know”, stick within “your circle of competence” and “never invest in a business you cannot understand.”Hence, when I root around in the stock market’s bargain bin, I often seek out members of the blue-chip FTSE 100, as these companies are well known and analysed extensively by analysts and private investors alike.In troubled times, buy boring businessesIn stressful times, it pays to buy shares in ‘boring’ companies – firms that are easily understood and whose business you could explain in a few words to a smart seven-year-old. Hence, my unexciting pick for today’s cautious and nervous investors is GlaxoSmithKline (LSE: GSK). Here are five reasons why I’d buy and hold this stock for the long term:1. GSK’s core business is basicGSK is not a sexy business. Quite simply and in its own words, GSK makes “pharmaceutical medicines, vaccines and consumer healthcare products”. Thus, during a global health crisis, its revenues and profits should survive and even thrive. Even better, the company’s origins go back all the way to 1873, so it’s endured almost 150 years of global booms and busts.2. GSK is big – very bigWith small businesses worldwide teetering on the brink, it pays to park money in the shares of big businesses. At the current share price of 1,430p, GSK’s market value is almost £72 billion, placing it in the top five by size of FTSE 100 members. Outside of the USA, that’s considered pretty big.3. GSK’s share price is down 23% recentlyGSK’s shares have fallen by almost a quarter (23%) since their 2020 peak of 1,857p. In Buffett’s terms, our burgers are now over £4 cheaper than they were on 24 January, which is a decent discount. On the other hand, they are over £1 more expensive than when they changed hands at 1,328p on 16 March.4. GSK pays a chunky dividendBecause of its high cash dividend, GSK has long been regarded as an ‘income share’, steadily paying out quarterly cash to shareholders for decades. Although GSK’s yearly dividend has been stuck at 80p since 2016, this still equates to a dividend yield of 5.6%. However, this payout is covered only 1.2 times by earnings, so a dividend cut might happen at some point. Then again, even a 20% cut would still leave the shares yielding almost 4.5% a year.5. I’ve owned GSK shares for decadesFinally, I first bought shares in one GSK predecessor in the 1980s, when I was an investment beginner and Glaxo was worth maybe £5 billion at most. Since then, I’ve owned GSK shares almost continuously for the past three decades and have come to know many long-serving employees. In Buffett-speak, I feel that GSK is squarely inside my circle of competence.To sum up, for investors who prefer deep sleep to restless nights, GSK is a share to buy and tuck away. It’s way too big to ‘shoot the lights out’, but it may also be ‘too big to fail’. Meanwhile, that 5.6% dividend yield is an obvious attraction, even if GSK’s share price doesn’t go up for a long while! Click here to claim your copy now — and we’ll tell you the name of this Top US Share… free of charge! Our 6 ‘Best Buys Now’ Shares If I could buy only 1 FTSE 100 share in this market crash, it’d be this Clifff D’Arcy owns shares in GlaxoSmithKline. The Motley Fool UK owns shares of and has recommended GlaxoSmithKline. Views expressed on the companies mentioned in this article are those of the writer and therefore may differ from the official recommendations we make in our subscription services such as Share Advisor, Hidden Winners and Pro. 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“COPY” Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project ArchDaily 2015 Manufacturers: FUJITEC, Bao Lee Doors, CLF Shutters Asia, Capstone Const, Cascade Sanitaryware, Chuan Wang Parquet, Ideal Plumbling, LHL International, New Tokyo Wall Decoration, Ong Brothers Tiling & Const, Playpoint, Prefab Technology, Prowerkze, Rigel Technology, Soon Li Stainless Steel Works, VICPLAS Holdings, Vansen Cultured MarbleCivil & Structural Engr:BECA Carter Hollings & Ferner (S. E. Asia) Pte LtdMechanical & Electrical Engr:Davis Langdon KPK (Singapore) Pte. Ltd.Quantity Surveyors:ICN Design InternationalLandscape Consultant:BECA Carter Hollings & Ferner (S. E. Asia) Pte LtdGreenmark Consultant:LBW Consultants LLPMain Contractor:Hor Kew Private LimitedBrickwork & Finishes:LBD Engineering Pte LtdCeilings:Kok Onn Construction Pte LtdClothes Racks:Prefab Technology 3 Pte LtdElectrical & Fire:United Engineering P/LHousehold Shelter:Prefab Technology 3 P/LIronmongery:Tiki International EnterprisesLandscape:Prince’s Landscape & Construction P/LMetalworks:Prefab Technology 3 P/LPlumbing:Ideal Plumbling P/LRefuse Handling Equipment:STSE Engineering Services P/LClient:Housing & Development BoardTeam:Richard Hassell, Wong Mun Summ, Chan Ee Mun, Pearl Chee Siew Choo, Dharmaraj Subramaniam, Ho Soo Ying, Lim Yin Chao, Ranjit Wagh, Sabrina Foong, Daniel Fung Khai Meng, Tan Yi Qing, Nixon Sicat, Kwong Lay Lay, Sivakumar Balaiyan, Dennis P. Formalejo, Lau Wan Nie, Wan Pow ChweenCivil:BECA Carter Hollings & Ferner (S. E. Asia) Pte LtdStructural Engineers:BECA Carter Hollings & Ferner (S. E. Asia) Pte LtdElectrical:United Engineering P/LFire:United Engineering P/LCountry:SingaporeMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!Courtesy of WOHARecommended ProductsWindowsVEKAWindows – SOFTLINE 82 ADMetallicsKriskadecorMetal Fabric – Outdoor CladdingFiber Cements / CementsApavisaTiles – Nanofusion 7.0WindowsVitrocsaMinimalist Window – SlidingText description provided by the architects. The project, located in a high-rise area of mixed private and public housing, demonstrates that high density can be high amenity. Community living, variety and sustainability are central themes. The project is ungated; all common areas are fully open to the public.Save this picture!Courtesy of WOHAThe central innovation is the public, external, shared spaces interwoven through the cluster of towers from the ground to the roof. Each home is part of a Sky Village comprising 80 homes sharing a sheltered community garden terrace. They are designed to foster interaction and be part of daily life. Every resident passes through, or looks over, this space on the way from the lift to apartment and can greet their fellow villagers, see children playing, and residents chatting.Save this picture!Courtesy of WOHAOther community areas include a plaza located along a public linear park flanked by supermarket, coffee shop and retail spaces, and a childcare facility. Community living rooms – large double-volume verandah spaces – at ground level provided with seating areas overlooking a park. Pavilions for weddings and funerals, play and fitness areas, courts and lawns are bordered by a 150m long bioswale. The rooftop public skypark, open 24 hours, incorporates a 400m jogging track under pavilions capped by a photovoltaic array.Save this picture!Site PlanThe design offers residents 3 plan variations for each size of unit. Flexible Layouts are based on column-free, beam-free apartment spaces, thereby eliminating waste and making allowance for diverse family sizes, various lifestyles (e.g. home office/loft-living) and future flexibility.Save this picture!Courtesy of WOHA The history of the site is celebrated in the artwork project. A local artist has documented the changing character of the neighbourhood, and the art has been cast into the precast walls. The building design also includes blue glass elements that recall the old Hokkien dialect “Lam Po Lay”, which means blue glass district – the older generation public housing in the area had blue windows. Magnificent old rain trees were retained and incorporated into the landscaping.Awarded a Platinum Greenmark rating – Singapore’s highest and the first for public housing – the project adopts robust passive design strategies including naturally lit and ventilated lobbies, staircases, access corridors. All apartments are naturally ventilated and due to the open, airy design, a substantial proportion of units have not installed air-conditioning. Photovoltaics on the roof power the common facilities. The design is fully precast and prefabricated, reducing waste and errors on site. The design creates variety through the re-arrangement of the modules, through colour, light and shade.Save this picture!SectionProject gallerySee allShow lessMISA Studio / Wanjing DesignSelected ProjectsRed Square House / ArchiWorkshopSelected ProjectsProject locationAddress:85 Dawson Rd, Singapore 141085Location to be used only as a reference. It could indicate city/country but not exact address. Share Architects: WOHA Area Area of this architecture project ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/800832/skyville-woha Clipboard Apartments Area: 29392 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project CopyApartments•Singapore SkyVille / WOHASave this projectSaveSkyVille / WOHA Singapore SkyVille / WOHA Projects ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/800832/skyville-woha Clipboard Year: Save this picture!Courtesy of WOHA+ 21 Share “COPY” CopyAbout this officeWOHAOfficeFollowProductConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousingApartmentsSingaporePublished on December 09, 2016Cite: “SkyVille / WOHA” 08 Dec 2016. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
SHARE Home Indiana Agriculture News Blue Jackets Hit Purdue Campus for 87th Convention By Andy Eubank – Jun 13, 2016 Facebook Twitter SHARE The 87th annual Indiana FFA state convention, Amplify, is getting underway on the campus of Purdue University in West Lafayette, officially starting Tuesday. It’s the week where Purdue students, faculty and visitors see the familiar blue jackets in large quantities, possibly nearing 3,500. The state officer team is hoping for record attendance and at convention this year they’ll disclose a new record for total state membership.State Sentinel Joshua Calhoun says he’s most excited about once again seeing the many FFA members the officers were able to meet during the year, and he hopes many will attend the Monday night FFA chapter fun night, “at Purdue Memorial Mall for about 12-13 activities where they can do everything from dunk a state officer in the dunk tank to play in an inflatable and ride in an adult tricycle.”Annalee Witte, State Secretary is most excited for the opening celebration of the convention.“We’ve put a lot of hard work into it,” she told HAT. “A lot of our creative energy has gone into making this opening celebration one to remember.” That opening celebration is Tuesday night at 7:00 and the theme is Amplify. She adds the celebration will be heavy on music.Witte and Calhoun stopped by the HAT studio for a preview of the convention. Hear what they had to say:87th FFA St Convention preview Blue Jackets Hit Purdue Campus for 87th Convention Facebook Twitter Previous articleKeeping Chickens and Consumers HappyNext articleLoss of Atrazine Will Cost Producers Dearly Andy Eubank
Facebook Twitter Facebook Twitter By Ryan Martin – May 31, 2019 Previous articlePrevented Planting DecisionsNext articleFlooding Problems Moving Further South Ryan Martin Home News Feed Planting Forecast: Stick a Fork in Corn Planting, Still Holding Out Hope… SHARE Saturday brings an increase in clouds increase and by midday we have showers over the northern third of the state, down to US 24. From there action spreads south through sunset and overnight, with rains continuing into early Sunday morning. 24-hour rain totals will be from .25”-.75” with coverage at 80% of the state. But, we should turn out partly to mostly sunny by Sunday mid-afternoon.No change in the start of next week with two dry for Monday and Tuesday. It will be cooler for those days behind the weekend system, but we do see full sunshine and a good breeze, so dry down will have excellent potential. Rain arrives Wednesday, and we see cloud sand a few lingering showers Thursday. A new batch of rain looks to lift into Indiana from the south on Friday that can increase rain totals. Rains can’t be ruled out Saturday either, but may stay in the southern part of the state. The map below shows rain potential through next Saturday.Extended Period:We also are having to work in some changes to the extended period as well, Rain is likely for next Monday, with 70% coverage. Then for Tuesday the 11th we take a bit of a break, before showers return for Wednesday and Thursday with 60% and 90% coverage. Finally, a couple of drier days emerge for the end of the 16-day window Friday and Saturday, the 14th and 15th. We are back to a pattern than does not have any large window of opportunity for significant field work.Weeks 3 & 4:Wet weather remains for all of week 3 with significant rains around. However, the pattern looks to turn off dry for the last week of June, with an absence of systems and warmer temps. Time will tell.Week 3Precipitation, week ending June 23 (green: above normal, brown: below)Week 4Precipitation, Week ending June 30 (green: above normal, brown: below)Soil temps as of Friday (5/31) Planting Forecast: Stick a Fork in Corn Planting, Still Holding Out Hope for Beans SHARE
Newsx Adverts Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal Facebook WhatsApp Twitter Google+ Twitter Two Derry men due in court today on firearms charges Previous articleGardai treating Newtowncunningham fire as suspiciousNext articlePSNI claim five people arrested in Tyrone are part of a cross border criminal gang News Highland RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th Pinterest WhatsApp Facebook 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North Google+ By News Highland – August 5, 2011 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Two men are due in court in Derry this morning, charged under the Terrorism Act.The pair, aged 43 and 23, are charged with possession of firearms with intent to endanger life.The arrests were made after a car was rammed by police on the Foyle Road, on Tuesday night. The 23 year old was in the vehicle, the other man was detained in a follow up operation.A 54-year-old man and 16-year-old boy detained at the same time have been released without charge. Pinterest Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire
365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Pinterest Previous articleDungloe Hotel workers still awaiting wagesNext articleDonegal teenager threatened with jail following assault News Highland Google+ 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North Man admits raping woman in Derry college grounds Twitter Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry News By News Highland – December 6, 2012 Google+ WhatsApp Facebook Pinterest Facebook A 20-year-old man has pleaded guilty to raping and assaulting a 15-year-old schoolgirl in Derry.The rape took place in the grounds of Foyle and Derry College’s in July 2011.Adam Titheridge, from Sittingbourne in Kent, changed his plea yesterday, he will be sentenced on 18 January following pre-sentence and victim impact reports.On the first day of the trial, the jurors were shown part of a recorded interview the girl made with police officers.The remainder of that interview was due to have been shown yesterday, but in a dramatic move, Titheridge’s counsel, Martin Rodgers QC, asked for his client to be re-arraigned.When the court clerk read out the two charges to Titheridge, he replied guilty to both.His guilty pleas were watched by his victim who was observing the proceedings from another location on a live video link.Judge Stephen Fowler then instructed the jury foreman to return a verdict of guilty by confession.The judge then ordered the preparation of pre-sentence and victim impact reports as well as a psychiatric report before he sentences Titheridge on 18 January.He described Titheridge’s offences as “disgraceful”. RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal WhatsApp Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire
KTUL(PENSACOLA BEACH, Fla.) — An Oklahoma police officer accused of killing his police chief was allegedly found sitting on top of the victim, while witnesses said they heard screaming coming from the room, according to an arrest report.Mannford Police Chief Lucky Miller, who held the role for 12 years, was pronounced dead at a Hilton hotel in Pensacola Beach, Florida, on Sunday night, according to the report from the Escambia County Sheriff’s Office released Tuesday. Michael Nealey, one of Miller’s officers, was charged with second-degree murder in the case.Officers saw that Miller’s face was beaten and his right eye was completely swollen, the report stated. There were no other injuries to his body.When officers confronted Nealey, who was transported to a local hospital for evaluation, they said they observed that his right hand was swollen and red. Nealey was not able to provide information as to what happened, according to the report.One witness told police that he was responding to a noise complaint and heard grunting noises before knocking several times, according to the report.The witness then entered the room for a welfare check and saw Nealey sitting on Miller, who was lying on the floor, the report stated.He allegedly had to pull Nealey off of Miller, which prompted Nealey to hit his face against the floor and left him with injuries to his nose and lip.Other witnesses said they heard commotion coming from the room, including one man who said he heard someone making a “roaring” noise and a man yelling, “Stop it, Mike” several times, according to the report.Escambia County spokeswoman Sgt. Melony Peterson told the Pensacola News Journal that the two officers were in town for a conference.Mannford police did not respond to ABC News for comment Tuesday.The city’s mayor, Tyler Buttram, said in a statement, “We are heartbroken by the news. Please keep both families in your prayers as we work to move forward.”It was not immediately clear if Nealey had retained legal representation. His mugshot has not yet been released because under Florida law, when law enforcement is involved, the state does not always the release a mugshot, according to a spokesperson with the Escambia sheriff’s office.Miller is survived by his wife and three children. Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
Comments are closed. Previous Article Next Article This month’s newsCancer self-help Cancer charity Macmillan Cancer Relief has launched its latest directory ofcancer self-help and support services. It lists more than 700 local cancersupport groups and organisations throughout the UK. It is available, at a cost of £15, by calling 01344 350310. Call centre initiatives Hundreds of call centre staff at Norwich Union in Sheffield, Norwich andGlasgow are testing a new range of flexible working initiatives after receivinga grant from the DTI. New safety targets for offshore industries The HSE has reiterated its commitment to making the UK offshore oil and gasindustry the safest in the world by 2010, after publishing figures showingthree people died in offshore incidents in 2001/2002, the same as in theprevious year. Serious injuries increased by two to 55. EEF appoints chief medical adviser The Engineering Employers’ Federation has appointed an occupationalphysician to the newly created post of chief medical adviser. Dr Sayeed Khan,42, will help the federation draw up a strategy to tackle and promoteoccupational health. He was formerly head of OH for one of the European defenceand energy businesses of Rolls-Royce. Stroke advice The Stroke Association has translated its leaflet Stroke: Questions andAnswers into five different Asian languages as part of an effort to raiseawareness about strokes among the UK’s Asian population. British Asians aremore likely to suffer strokes than the general population as they are morelikely to suffer from high blood pressure and diabetes. Back pain The number of hours spent on repeated activities at work is associated withthe prevalence of back pain, a study has concluded. Doctors in Taiwan foundcarpenters, nurses, orderlies and attendants were all at risk, according to thestudy published in the journal Occupational Health and EnvironmentalMedicine. OEM 2002;59:680-688 Construction safety A discussion document designed to stimulate debate on how to improve health,safety and welfare across the construction industry has been published by theHealth and Safety Executive. Revitalising Health and Safety in Construction can be ordered from HSEBooks, PO Box 1999, Sudbury, Suffolk, CO10 2WA. Tel: 01787 881165 or downloadit from the HSE website. Textiles health and safety audit A new internet-based audit package to help textiles companies manage theirhealth and safety risks has been launched by the HSE. The Textiles Health andSafety Audit includes a series of audit-style questions and accompanyinginformation and reference material. It has been designed to help smallemployers in particular. www.hse.gov.ukSchool safety The first ever educational tool specifically designed to help teachers andpupils manage the health and safety risks involved in work placements, has beenlaunched by the HSE. The Check it Out video pack is for use by teachers inschools and applicable in training and induction situations for new youngworkers aged between 14 and 18. Incident reporting An updated leaflet on how to report health and safety incidents has beenissued by the HSE. It also gives advice on how to use the HSE’s new incidentcontact centre. The centre provides a single point of contact for all employersin Great Britain. NewsOn 1 Nov 2002 in Personnel Today Related posts:No related photos.
Professor Adrian Hill, director of the Jenner Institute at Oxford University, revealed in an interview with the Telegraph that an upcoming trial involving 10,000 volunteers may return “no result” owing to low transmission of the coronavirus in the community. “We said earlier in the year that there was an 80% chance of developing an effective vaccine by September. But at the moment, there’s a 50% chance that we get no result at all. “We’re in the bizarre position of wanting Covid to stay, at least for a little while. But cases are declining.” The team is one of many planning to conduct further trials in COVID-19 hotspots in other countries. They have already arranged trials in the US, and are currently in talks with other countries where virus transmission rates remain high. Of the 10,000 people recruited for the second trial, however, Professor Hill expects fewer than 50 people to become infected with the virus due to dwindling community transmission. If fewer than 20 people test positive, he warns the results may be of limited or no use. But as COVID-19 cases continue to fall in the UK, Professor Hill told the Telegraph that the research team are facing a potentially major setback, casting doubt on the feasibility of the September deadline: “It is a race, yes. But it’s not a race against the other guys. It’s a race against the virus disappearing, and against time. This comes days after pharmaceutical giant AstraZeneca announced it would be ready to mass-produce the potential new vaccine from September. Meanwhile, the Government reached a deal with the company to pay for up to 100 million doses, with Business Secretary Alok Sharma adding in a press conference that 30 million of these could be available by September, should trials prove successful. Professor Hill stressed, however, that the University had secured “hardwired” assurances that wealthier countries would not have unfair priority access to the vaccine. This follows a US announcement that it would provide $1.2 billion to AstraZeneca to fund the vaccine’s development. “The first trial is going fine. We’re still in business, I can tell you that. Oxford University’s COVID-19 vaccine trial has only a 50% chance of success as the virus is disappearing so quickly in Britain, warns a professor co-leading the project. Various senior ministers in the British Government have also warned that there is “no guarantee” that a vaccine will be found, and that funding research into other drug treatments is equally vital to help combat the impact of the pandemic on the UK population. “But we’re not going to do what others have done – say we’ve got something good, but we’re not showing you yet. That’s just bonkers. You either disclose your results or you don’t.” According to the WHO, Oxford University is one of the 76 global contenders racing to develop a vaccine for COVID-19. The experimental vaccine, known as ChAdOx1 nCoV-19 (or ZD1222), is one of only eight across the world that has started to test on humans, with researchers conducting an initial trial of more than 1000 volunteers in April when the virus was at its peak. The results of this first trial will be released in early June. Hill was keen to warn that despite vast international investment in the project, funding “doesn’t guarantee the result,” adding that “it could be nothing or could be great or somewhere in between.” In the event that the next stage of trials proves successful, the U.K. “will be first to get access” to the vaccine, Sharma pledged at a government briefing. “The reputational damage to the university would be enormous if we provided the vaccine only for the UK and US, and not for the rest of those countries of the world where it’s very likely that the pandemic will still be raging,” Hill said. Image by Phoebe White