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Top news and what to watch in the markets on Thursday, July 29, 2021.
With a supportive high waist band and full coverage, it is no surprise customers can't get enough of this loungewear item.
The fitness guru was at Wembley for the game.
Labour's Jess Phillips has said the government needs to be "considerably more ambitious" when it comes to climate action, after a report found the UK was already seeing the effect of rising temperatures. The Shadow Safeguarding Minister said: "We need to see a proper investment in green industry that will make way for jobs and better outcomes for climate in the future.".
The company hailed the Alexion acquisition as part of is pipeline to long-term sustainable growth. AstraZeneca is updating its full-year 2021 guidance to reflect the contribution of Alexion in the year.
Patrick Moster was heard on the broadcast yelling racial slurs referencing a pair of cyclists from Algeria and Eritrea.
After blocking the Suez Canal for nearly a week in March the Ever Given container ship finally arrived its destination on Thursday.The vessel disrupted one of the world's busiest waterways and caused a major backlog in global trade.It was grounded on March 23 and remained impounded for more than three months by the Suez Canal Authority during a dispute over compensation with its owners.Now, the 1300-foot-long boat has ended a three-week journey to the Dutch port of Rotterdam, carrying 18,300 containers.Head of container operations at Rotterdam Hans Negtegaal welcomed its arrival:"Yea so she arrived this morning at 5 o'clock, which was as per planned as she had a delay last week because of some heavy winds in the channel, and has now been docked and she's expected to be here till Monday."On Monday it will then continue its voyage to the British container port of Felixstowe.
A tsunami warning was issued for areas of the Alaskan coast following a 8.2 magnitude earthquake on July 28.Officials in Homer called on residents in the “tsunami zone” to evacuate to areas that are above 50 feet above sea level.This footage was filmed by Jeremy J Burke, and shows evacuations in Homer. Credit: Jeremy J Burke via Storyful
Consumer spending on credit and debit cards in Britain rose 2 percentage points in the week to July 22 from the week before, according to data published by the country's statistics office on Thursday. Aggregate credit and debit card spending, based on data from payment processors provided by the Bank of England, rose to 94% of its February 2020 average level, the Office for National Statistics said. The ONS also reported a 1% rise in online job adverts on July 23 compared with a week earlier, to 131% of their pre-pandemic February 2020 average level, based on data provided by jobs website Adzuna.
ITV say there are 'no current plans' for another series of The X Factor.
KUALA LUMPUR, July 29 — Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi said today that his party Umno is requesting for both Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin and de facto law minister Datuk Seri Takiyuddin...
South Africa’s Local Motion Pictures, whose dystopian sci-fi feature “Glasshouse” will world premiere at the Fantasia Intl. Film Festival this month, has signed a three-picture deal with leading SVOD service Showmax. Under the agreement, which Local Motion signed in association with Crave Pictures, the company will produce a slate of films to be directed by […]
Francesco Di Fulvio and Italy won the 2019 world championship in men's water polo, establishing themselves as gold medal contenders for the Olympics. A year after the Games were supposed to occur, Di Fulvio sees a wide-open competition in Tokyo. Italy played one of those nice games Thursday against the United States, rallying for a dramatic 12-11 victory.
Caeleb Dressel got his first individual gold medal and the Chinese women put together a record-setting relay. The biggest action of the day session on Day 6 of the Tokyo Olympics on Thursday came in the pool where America's successor to Michael Phelps won gold in the 100-meter freestyle and China's women set a world record in 4x200-meter freestyle relay. Dressel’s winning time was an Olympic record of 47.02 seconds — a mere six-hundredths ahead of defending champion Kyle Chalmers of Australia.
A six-year-old’s clever hack for tying her shoelaces was a viral hit when video of the trick was shared to Facebook earlier this month.Footage by Laura Ormston, from Fareham, England, shows the child tying her shoes by creating two loops with each of the laces and resting them inside an eyelet on either side of the shoe.She then grabs the perfectly formed loops, and ties them as normal.“I am a mother of two who has worked with children for years. I have never seen a child tie their laces this way and thought it was genius and would help many children, so recorded and uploaded it to my Facebook to maybe help friends with small children,” Ormston told Storyful.The Facebook post turned out to be more popular than Ormston ever could have anticipated, and had racked up 8.7 million views and 33,000 likes at the time of writing.“Never expected as many people to be as amazed as I was! Glad it’s helped a lot of children to be more independent,” she told Storyful. Credit: Laura Ormston via Storyful
When Kye Whyte pressed his front wheel against the starting gate before launching down the ramp at Ariake Urban Park in Tokyo on Thursday it was landmark moment for a south-London BMX racing dynasty. The 21-year-old is the youngest of three brothers to emerge from the renowned Peckham BMX Club, co-founded by their father Nigel and which is widely respected in the community for helping steer youth away from crime. Formed in 2004 at a dilapidated track wedged between block of flats in an area blighted by gang crime, the Peckham club has become a magnet for kids seeking a way to keep off the troubled streets.
Wireless network maker and 5G technology provider Nokia reported substantially improved second-quarter profit Thursday, citing the help of its new operating model and booming sales of 5G equipment. CEO Pekka Lundmark, who took over Nokia's top job a year ago and has drastically changed the business strategy, said the second-quarter results showed the company was on the right track. “We are already seeing the benefits of our new operating model, which helped us to deliver such a strong financial performance,” Lundmark said.
A cook working at an economic rice stall started a relationship with a beer promoter at the same coffeeshop and they soon stayed together.
The sailors at the Tokyo Games might be surrounded by water, but it's the wrong kind - and the risk of dehydration during an intense period of racing is a major factor to take into account as they plot their course for Olympic gold. With the Games taking place at the height of the Japanese summer and temperatures often over 30 degrees at the sailing venue in Enoshima, athletes like Sweden's Josefin Olsson have to take every chance to top up their liquid reserves. Olsson is competing in the Laser Radial class, where the opening series of 10 races decides the 10 sailors who will contest Sunday's medal race in seas that are much warmer than the Swede is used to.
The FTSE 100 mining giant announced plans to pay out $4.1bn to shareholders after a record set of half year numbers.