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Is the Stock Market Open Today? Here Are the Trading Hours for Memorial Day.

Market Watch 29 May 2023
Kena Betancur/Getty Images. U.S. investors will likely welcome a chance to grab some sunshine on Memorial Day ... The New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq Stock Market will be closed on Monday in observance of the holiday, according to Dow Jones Market Data ... U.S ... However, the London Stock Exchange will be closed in observance of a spring bank holiday ... .

London's crowded skyline: The SEVENTY new skyscrapers and towerblocks coming in the capital

The Daily Mail 29 May 2023
London's skyline is both iconic and ever-changing, with new high rise buildings continuously under construction to meet the ever-increasing demand to live in the bustling city ... It comes after the surprise rejection of The Tulip last year, a 'phallic-shaped' observation tower that would have soared over the City of London.

Biden, McCarthy reach final deal to prevent default, now must sell to Congress

McDowell News 29 May 2023
Whistleblower Christopher Wylie, a former research director at Cambridge Analytica, provided The New York Times, The Observer of London, and The Guardian with a cache of documents showing that the personal data of over 50 million Facebook users had been collected and used for political advertising by Cambridge Analytica.

For the record

The Observer 28 May 2023
In a feature about Britain’s Caribbean food shops, we misnamed Wilford Reid, the founder of the Old Trafford Bakery in Manchester, as “Winston” (“Counter Culture”, 21 May, Observer Food Monthly, p16) ... Write to the Readers’ Editor, the Observer, York Way, London N1 9GU, email, tel 020 3353 4736.

‘It’s a tax on disability’: rising UK social care costs force many into debt

The Observer 28 May 2023
Charities and disabled people’s organisations (DPOs), including Mencap, Scope, the MS Society, Inclusion London, Dimensions, and WinVisible, told the Observer that disabled care users are being pushed into severe financial hardship with some forced to go without essential home care because they can’t afford the fees.

Child Labour: An Ongoing Issue in Kashmir

Kashmir Observer 28 May 2023
For representational purposes only/JK Policy Institute. By Haneen Farid ... Hence, we must ask ourselves ... Views expressed in the article are the author’s own and do not necessarily represent the editorial stance of Kashmir Observer The author is a student at King’s College London and is currently working as an intern with Kashmir Observer .

Easy in the end for Manchester City – same again next season?

AOL 28 May 2023
City have been in plenty of tight title races over the years ... To view this content, you'll need to update your privacy settings ... Even when City were eight points behind at the end of March, most observers outside of north London foresaw Pep Guardiola’s men grinding down their rivals mentally and physically, and so it proved ... .

EXCLUSIVE - Fears catastrophic rail crash is 'waiting to happen': Urgent warning after two train ...

The Daily Mail 28 May 2023
The regulator said ... Pictured ... RAIB said ... But since this incident, a similar one occured on May 4 this year when the driver of a Grand Central service from Sunderland to London King's Cross did not observe and react to the junction indicator signal which showed that the train was being signalled towards the slow lines at Spital Junction ... .

Baxter Dury on making the cover of Ian Dury’s New Boots and Panties!!: ‘I walked into the shot and said, “Can we go now?”’

The Observer 28 May 2023
The son of the Blockheads’ frontman Ian Dury and artist Betty Rathmell, Baxter released his first EP in 2002, 25 years after appearing on the cover of his father’s hit debut solo album, New Boots and Panties!! He has since put out seven albums of sharply observed experimental indie, including I Thought I Was Better Than You, released on 2 June.

‘You wake up wondering where your next meal is coming from’: UK food bank crisis ...

The Guardian 27 May 2023
Last time the Observer visited St Andrew’s church in London, we heard how paying bills was difficult ... London.

Live Like London’s A-List in This $36 Million ‘Family-Friendly’ Home

New York Observer 27 May 2023
An eight-bedroom home in St John’s Wood, dubbed one of London’s most sought-after addresses, is on the market for $35,800,000 (£29 million) ... The razzmatazz of London’s famous West End is also within easy reach by rail or road ... Daniel Daggers, founder of DDRE Global, selling the property, told Observer.

Mclaren Launches Hybrid Sports Car Artura In India For ₹ 5 Crore

MENA FN 27 May 2023
(MENAFN - Kashmir Observer) London- British luxury carmaker McLaren Automotive on Friday said it has launched the hybrid sports car Artura in India with a price starting at ? 5.1 crore ... .

Baxter Dury on making the cover of Ian Dury’s New Boots and Panties!!: ‘I walked ...

The Guardian 27 May 2023
... after appearing on the cover of his father’s hit debut solo album, New Boots and Panties!! He has since put out seven albums of sharply observed experimental indie, including I Thought I Was Better Than You, released on 2 June. He plays at the Roundhouse in London on 18 October.

David Corn: Henry Kissinger at 100: Still a War Criminal.

Democratic Underground 27 May 2023
Forget the birthday candles, let’s count the dead. https.// ... The Economist observed that “his ideas have been circling back into relevancy for the last quarter century.” The Times of London ran an appreciation. “Henry Kissinger at 100 ... Cambodia ... Bangladesh ... Chile ... snip. .

Sadiq Khan: ‘I’ll judge Metropolitan Police chief on how many bad cops he fires’

The Times/The Sunday Times 26 May 2023
A few days before I meet the mayor of London, I run into a former Labour MP who knew him in the Commons. His observation was that Sadiq Khan did not believe in anything beyond his own career ... London mayor pledges millions to ...

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