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Let’s review the current litany of geopolitical woes:Eastern Europe is engulfed in a bloody land war. Accordingly, currency markets are in turmoil, central banks around the world are taking emergency measures to prevent financial contagion, and rising bond yields are pressuring equities. Liz Truss this week stepped down as British prime minister, setting off a fierce succession battle and rattling bond markets. Your hedge against geopolitical risk…A time-proven way to protect your portfolio against geopolitical risk (and still generate income) is to increase your exposure to U.S.-based dividend-paying stocks. That’s why you should consider our premium trading service, Rapier’s Income Accelerator, helmed by our income expert Robert Rapier.1 month ago Investing Daily -
UFC fighter Charles Oliveira has revealed he struggled so much with his eyesight that at one point he would see three opponents in the ring instead of one. UFC star Charles Oliveira has revealed his eyesight was so bad he saw three faces in the cageSpeaking to the Flow podcast, he said he was unfazed by his eye troubles - which have now been remedied by surgery - and simply aimed to 'hit the middle one'. If I take my glasses off, I only see 50 per cent but it never hindered me in a fight. Sometimes I walk in without the glasses, sometimes I like to walk in with glasses to look harmless and more nerdy than I already am. If it was any other guy, [Makhachev] would have to walk the walk that I had to walk, knocking on people's doors and trying to get to a top-5.1 month ago Daily Mail
Get the latest top news stories sent straight to your inbox with our daily newsletterFormerly homeless tour guides are giving visitors a unique perspective on the city streets they once called home. Invisible Cities is a social enterprise that trains people who have experienced homelessness to become tour guides of the places they often know better than anyone else. They do great work for the homeless community," Gayle said to her attentive audience, pulling up outside the evangelical church on the Royal Mile. "This is a place that does a lot to support homeless women," Gayle said. (Image: Victoria Stewart/Daily Record)Gayle is the newest of three formerly homeless tour guides in Edinburgh.1 month ago Daily Record
But us freaking out and worrying is not going to help. x President Obama will campaign in Nevada on November 1 to support Senator Cortez Masto, Governor Sisolak, and the Democratic ticket. — Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) October 21, 2022Things look very bad for bad guysJan. 6 committee subpoenas former President Donald TrumpThe House committee investigating the Jan. 6 riot subpoenaed former President Donald Trump on Friday for testimony and documents on his actions surrounding the bloodshed they say he instigated at the U.S. Capitol. Trump Prosecutors See Evidence for Obstruction ChargesA group of Justice Department prosecutors believe there is sufficient evidence to charge Donald Trump with obstruction of justice, but the path to an actual indictment is far from clear. x BIG: A Miami judge has tossed out the criminal case against one of the 19 people accused by Ron DeSantis' team of voter fraud.1 month ago Daily Kos
The SNP is preparing to fight a general election, the party's Westminster leader said, as he insisted Scots will be "appalled" at the prospect of Boris Johnson making a dramatic comeback as prime minister. The coronavirus "partygate" scandal saw Mr Johnson become the first prime minister to receive a criminal penalty while in office. However, Liz Truss's dramatic downfall has left some within the Conservative Party calling for Mr Johnson to return as leader. Asked if his party was now preparing for a general election, Mr Blackford said: "Yes of course we are. Labour's Daniel Johnson however said that a general election "may be necessitated by events" as he too decried the possible return of Mr Johnson.1 month ago Daily Record
She departed Emmerdale earlier this month after five years on the soap as Faith Dingle. And Sally Dexter has now revealed that leaving feels like she has 'walked out on family', after her on-screen character tragically took her own life amid a battle with cancer. And opening up about the emotional exit, the actress told The Mirror: 'It was like walking out on the family. Chatting to the publication at the Inside Soap Awards, she explained that while sad, it was an 'honour' to act out the scenes. Taking to Twitter one fan said: 'Sally Dexter broke my heart tonight, what a show what an actress.1 month ago Daily Mail
World-famous comedian Ben Elton has claimed that cancel culture is not 'remotely threatening' comedy, who continues to say 'exactly what I want', he says. Speaking before last night's one-off revival of the 1980s Channel 4 show Friday Night Live, Elton, 63, said that although the world had 'changed', he continues to speak his mind and hasn't been cancelled. Elton added that he had just performed 150 gigs where he 'said exactly what I wanted'. Although the comedian continues to say what he pleases, he did admit that the temperature of social media debates on various contemporary issues had given him pause for thought. Last night, Elton kicked off his Friday Night Live Channel 4 special with a savage dig at Liz Truss, after she announced her resignation as Prime Minister two days ago.1 month ago Daily Mail