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Positive Financial News from the FT – Positive Coronavirus News #PositiveCoronavirisNews

Some rare coronavirus good news: equities are cheap We may have passed peak uncertainty and there is definitely a reason to start buying again — carefully A Deliveroo rider during the lockdown in central London. The company is part-owned by Amazon which remains a good bet for equity investment © Simon Dawson/Bloomberg     March 27, 2020 3:56 pm by Merryn Somerset Webb The writer is editor-in-chief of MoneyWeek Everyone in the global financial market wants the same thing. They want to find a bit of data they can absolutely believe to be accurate and they want to use it to cut the
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Royal Mint changed Tac and making Covid-19 Visors for NHS – Positive Coronavirus News #PositiveCoronavirusNews

Credit: Royal Mint The Royal Mint has begun mass manufacturing medical visors to protect frontline NHS staff from coronavirus. Based in Llantrisant, engineers at The Royal Mint developed a medically approved visor design which they can produce thousands of each day.  The first batch of visors are already in use at The Royal Glamorgan Hospital in south Wales.  Health care workers have expressed concern over the amount of PPEavailable to them, despite Welsh Government reassurance that there is enough to go around.  The Royal Mint, usually known for making money and coins, are turning their focus to helping protect people against COVID-19
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Morning Motivation – Positive Coronavirus News #PositiveCoronavirusNews

Business News Coronavirus News Positive Coronavirus News and Sports News from Mike Armstrong – See https://mikearmstrong.me/news For Business Advice follow the link or visit one of our Blogs: Entrepreneur Zone | King of Marketing | The Voice of Social Media | Networking Grapevine | British Business News |
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Coronavirus: Gary Neville outlines 5 things that must happen while the epidemic threatens the season

Gary Neville has outlined five things he believes must happen to patch things up in the Premier League amid the coronavirus epidemic. The spread of … Coronavirus: Gary Neville outlines 5 things that must happen while the epidemic threatens the season Business News Coronavirus News and Sports News from Mike Armstrong – See https://mikearmstrong.me/news For Business Advice follow the link or visit one of our Blogs: Entrepreneur Zone | King of Marketing | The Voice of Social Media | Networking Grapevine | British Business News |
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Had a great time Online Business Networking over the past three day…

It’s been an incredible 3 days of Online Business Networking for me with 4 Events in 3 days. First on Wednesday evening was the #Introbiz @Introbiz Cardiff, South Wales & Global #OnlineNetworking #Masterclass Events with Sharon Lechter @sharonlechter Then it was the Thursday morning’s online Business Networking & Masterclass event with Introbiz Swansea & West Wales @IntrobizW and Marianne Pettifor @MariannePettif4 Friday morning then saw two online Business Networking Events: The first being another Introbiz Event, this time Featuring former Apprentice finalist, Jess Cunningham @TheProdigalFox This was followed by an online Business Networking Event with Pat Slattery @slatteryp and his
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All the latest UK & Global Coronavirus News from the BBC

    By Andrew McFarlane     NHS staff saluted     It was an emotional moment for those who took part – not least the NHS staff and care workers being saluted by the nation. The Royal Family and prime minister joined well-wishers who flocked to front doorsteps, balconies and windows on Thursday evening night to applaud those dealing with the coronavirus pandemic. It came after figures revealed the UK death toll rose from 475 to 578 in one day, with 11,658 confirmed cases. There will be additional support for the NHS from firefighters, who have agreed to drive ambulances and deliver essential
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Virtual Credit Forum with Forums International – Credit Industry News For Credit Professionals…

Calling all Credit Professionals – come along to your first Virtual Forum for FREE and see how Forums International can help & support your career. Credit Professionals Forums – 7th April 2020 SAP Users Group – 8th April 2020 IT Distributers & Resellers Credit Forum – 23rd April 2020 Forums International provide over 10 virtual Forums covering a range of business sectors – They are sure to have a Credit Forum for you – https://lnkd.in/dFVSwR3 For more Credit Industry News please click the link. Business News Coronavirus News and Sports News from Mike Armstrong – See https://mikearmstrong.me/news For Business Advice
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All the latest Coronavirus News from the BBC – UK & Global News…

    By Andrew McFarlane     Help for self-employed     It seems self-employed people are about to get some of the help they have been demanding since the government agreed to pay 80% of the salary of staff kept on by employers during the coronavirus outbreak. Chancellor Rishi Sunak is expected to reveal what’s in the package at a press conference later. It comes as MPs criticise banks for asking business owners to put up personal assets such as property – other than their family home – to secure loans. This is despite government promises to cover 80% of losses if the
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5 Daily Habits of The Worlds Most Successful Entrepreneurs

Welcome to the 5 Daily Habits of the World’s Most Successful Entrepreneurs Article as featured in Entrepreneur.com. The main difference between the few who get ahead and the many treading water is how well they spend their time. The entrepreneurial spirit lights a flame of hope in the hearts and minds of people near and far. For most, it’s a symbolic journey, one that delves deep into the far-reaches of their minds, revealing their deepest hopes and dreams, illuminating the pathway to self-discovery and eventual financial freedom.  Yet, as enticing as it sounds to launch a new business, it’s also fraught
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Social Media Report

What Customers Really Want from Your Social Brand A little trust, a little love, and a lot of convenience… From digital detoxing and data security to the demand for fast and personalized experiences, new forces are changing the rules of customer engagement.  But amid all these changes, there are timeless customer needs that won’t be changing anytime soon.  In this ebook, you’ll discover three keys to customer engagement that you can use to build a lasting marketing strategy. What You’ll Learn What today’s customers expect from your brand on social The 3 C’s of customer engagement How real brands are putting these
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Coronavirus Motivation

We might be go through a rough storm at the moment but like all storms this one will pass and we will all get the chance to enjoy a beautiful rainbow at the end 🌈 x
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BA staff told they must work after contact with cabin crew member and three pilots who tested positive coronavirus

AIR crew were flying yesterday despite working alongside a colleague who tested positive for coronavirus. British Airways bosses were accused of … BA staff told they must work after contact with cabin crew member and three pilots who tested positive coronavirus
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Coronavirus: Electricians and plumbers said they continue to work in private homes despite the blockade

Electricians, plumbers, decorators and handymen were told to continue working in people’s private homes despite the coronavirus blockade. The … Coronavirus: Electricians and plumbers said they continue to work in private homes despite the blockade
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5 Habits of Successful Entrepreneurs

 If you are an Entrepreneur or you want to be an Entrepreneur then you are probably obsessed about how you can reach your next level of success, and how good you will feel when you have gotten there. Achieving success can be frustrating; there is such a big gap between having an idea and reaping the rewards. You could work hard for months and not get any of the results that you are looking for. All the while, others will seemingly go from success to success without making much effort. Maybe they know something that you don’t. Success for
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Contactless card limit to rise to £45 from £30 next week after limits on cash shopping to help stop coronavirus

THE limit for in-store contactless payments is rising to £45, from £30, next week. This is to try and help people to limit physical contact to fight … Contactless card limit to rise to £45 from £30 next week after limits on cash shopping to help stop coronavirus
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Latest BBC News update…

UK cracks down hard     First it was advice, now it’s an order. Boris Johnson has issued a stark message to the country: “At this moment of national emergency… stay at home.” Speaking after the UK death toll reached 335, the prime minister introduced unprecedented restrictions on everyday life, meaning people must only leave their house for one of four reasons – to exercise once a day, to travel to and from work where “absolutely necessary”, to shop for essential items, and to fulfil any medical or care needs.    Shops selling non-essential goods have been told to shut, along with
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The New Welsh Inventions inspired by the Global Pandemic…

A new ventilator, a virus-killing snood and a hands-free door pull are just some of the innovations coming out of Wales to tackle coronavirus. Since the outbreak, doctors, scientists and designers have been working on ideas to stop the virus spreading. The ventilator has already successfully treated a Covid-19 patient and has been backed by the Welsh Government. Mass production of the snood-type mask is under way while a 3D design of the handle has been widely circulated. Plaid Cymru leader Adam Price, who was part of the impetus to get the ventilator into mass production, said the innovations put
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Latest update on Coronavirus from The PM as UK goes in to lockdown!

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced that the UK is going into lockdown in a televised address to the nation last evening. The PM made the announcement from 10 Downing Street amid widespread calls for tougher measures to slow the spread of Covid-19 / Coronavirus. He ordered the immediate closure of all shops selling non-essentials items on Monday evening. He told people to only leave the house to shop for basic necessities “as infrequently as possible” and to perform one form of exercise a day. “If you don’t follow the rules the police will have the powers to enforce them, including through
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