first_img Enter Your Email Address Simply click below to discover how you can take advantage of this. The Aviva share price is down 30% this year. Here’s what I’d do now It’s not been a good start to the year for UK insurer Aviva (LSE: AV). The Aviva share price is down by more than 30% and the dividend has been cancelled. Should you give up and sell? I don’t think so.Aviva may have a growth problem but the company looked cheap to me before this year’s crash. I still think it’s cheap, as the impact of Covid-19 on claims appears to have been limited so far.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 arrival of new boss Amanda Blanc may be the catalyst needed to bring some focus and direction to the group’s strategy. Blanc has promised to consider all the options “at pace”. Here are three reasons why I’m staying invested.1. Not business as usualBlanc only took charge of Aviva at the start of July when former CEO Maurice Tulloch stepped down unexpectedly for family health reasons. However, Aviva’s new boss is an experienced insurance exec who has been on Aviva’s board as a non-executive director since the start of 2020.In comments to press following her appointment, she said was not “a business as usual person” and planned to address the group’s underperformance.Although we’ve heard this before, my feeling is that this time will be different. Tulloch’s strategy for the firm was seen as relatively conservative, which disappointed some investors. I’m pretty sure Blanc will be planning something more decisive.2. Reboot could boost Aviva share priceAviva isn’t a bad business. The group generated a return-on-equity of 14% last year and paid a £1.2bn dividend that was comfortably covered by surplus cash. However, I think Aviva’s share price is being held back by two problems.One concern is that the business hasn’t delivered consistent growth in recent years.The second is that Aviva’s strategy isn’t clear. The group owns businesses in Europe and Asia, as well as the UK. In the UK, it offers life insurance, general insurance (e.g., motor and travel) and investment and retirement products.Most big insurers have moved away from such diverse activities. Instead, they’re focusing on their core markets. For Aviva, I think it might make sense to focus on the UK, where it has a strong brand and big market share.Another option would be to separate the group’s life insurance business, which doesn’t have much in common with its general insurance operations.3. An 11% dividend yield?I remain convinced that the Aviva share price is far too cheap. Although profits are expected to fall this year as a result of the pandemic, the group’s stock is valued at less than six times forecast earnings. A lot of bad news is already in the price, in my view. Any improvement could spark a share price rally.If the dividend returns at the level paid in 2019, the shares would yield 11%. Although I think this is unlikely, I do believe that Aviva will remain a top pick for high-yield investors. My money would be on a payout of around 20p per share next year. This would give a dividend yield of 7% at current levels.In my view, this is a classic contrarian buy. The near-term outlook is uncertain but the value on offer looks good to me. “This Stock Could Be Like Buying Amazon in 1997” See all posts by Roland Head Renowned stock-picker Mark Rogers and his analyst team at The Motley Fool UK have named 6 shares that they believe UK investors should consider buying NOW.So if you’re looking for more stock ideas to try and best position your portfolio today, then it might be a good day for you. Because we’re offering a full 33% off your first year of membership to our flagship share-tipping service, backed by our ‘no quibbles’ 30-day subscription fee refund guarantee. Roland Head | Sunday, 26th July, 2020 | More on: AV center_img Image source: Getty Images. 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I’m sure you’ll agree that’s quite the statement from Motley Fool Co-Founder Tom Gardner.But since our US analyst team first recommended shares in this unique tech stock back in 2016, the value has soared.What’s more, we firmly believe there’s still plenty of upside in its future. In fact, even throughout the current coronavirus crisis, its performance has been beating Wall St expectations.And right now, we’re giving you a chance to discover exactly what has got our analysts all fired up about this niche industry phenomenon, in our FREE special report, A Top US Share From The Motley Fool.last_img read more

first_img ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr continue reading » With a strong economy and an increase in jobs and wages, consumers are more confident when it comes to their spending habits. These spending habits have impacted the number of loans that lenders are offering to borrowers. While this opens up opportunity for more business, it also increases the risk that lenders face. Lenders must be prepared with a well-thought-out plan to collect on delinquent accounts.While some lenders opt to keep their collection efforts in-house, there are numerous benefits to outsourcing the task. Outsourcing collections allows financial institutions to shift their previously committed focus to:Expand on areas with potential growth.Focus on the overall strategy to increase their bottom line.last_img read more

first_imgAre iPhone 12 mini, HomePod mini the Perfect Apple Devices for India? We discussed this on Orbital, our weekly technology podcast, which you can subscribe to via Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or RSS, download the episode, or just hit the play button below. The teardown also showed that the battery, Taptic Engine, and loudspeaker were smaller in size. Similarly, the earpiece, Face ID, and sensors in the upper assembly were shrunken down to fit the smaller iPhone 12 mini.While iPhone 12 comes with the same size camera module as iPhone 12 Pro but without the LiDAR sensor, iPhone 12 mini gets rid of the plastic spacer to make room for other components. Notably, iPhone 12 mini has the same two cameras as the iPhone 12.Coming to the battery, iFixit shared that the battery in iPhone 12 mini is 8.57Wh – larger than iPhone SE (2020)‘s 6.96Wh. iPhone 12 mini is limited to 12W when charging wirelessly compared to 15W on the other three models. However, all iPhone 12 models charge at the same 20W when charging with the cable.- Advertisement – iPhone 12 mini has made its way through iFixit’s teardown process, revealing mostly the same internal design as other iPhone 12 models with some key differences. It is known that the iPhone 12 series models use similar internal components, but some changes needed to be made with iPhone 12 mini due to its size. iFixit noted that antennas were more asymmetric on iPhone 12 mini when compared to the other iPhone 12 models. Additionally, the battery, Taptic Engine, and loudspeaker are smaller compared to iPhone 12.While the teardown process was pretty much the same for the iPhone 12 mini as the other iPhone 12 models, iFixit noted some differences that were made to accommodate the smaller size of the handset. iPhone 12 mini comes with a 5.4-inch display and measures 131.50×64.20×7.40mm. The teardown showed that the antennas were more asymmetrical as they could not be fitted into the “small-bodied phone” – as iFixit refers to it – in the same way as the bigger iPhone 12 models. The display for iPhone 12 mini opened to the left, just like iPhone 12, but is connected with two display cables instead of three.- Advertisement –center_img – Advertisement –last_img read more

first_imgFacebook204Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Thurston County Public Health and Social ServicesParenting is hard. Even when you have lots of help, and tons of resources at your disposal, it’s a tough road. Becoming a mother for the first time is harder still—and first-time moms without the resources and resiliency they need have it hardest of all. The Thurston-Mason-Lewis Nurse-Family Partnership (NFP) program is dedicated to building relationships between experienced nurses and new mothers who are experiencing multiple challenges.Any woman who meets the income requirements and is in the first 28 weeks of her first pregnancy may be eligible to participate. The Nurse-Family Partnership’s goals include improving pregnancy outcomes, child health and development, and economic self-sufficiency for families.Last fall, the Board of Thurston County Commissioners voted to create a new Division of Child, Family, and Community Wellness in the Department of Public Health and Social Services to focus on improving the health and wellbeing of kids and families. NFP is the fastest-growing program in that division.NFP nurses help offer the opportunities and resources a new mother needs, whether they relate to the health of her pregnancy or achieving her long-term aspirations. Once a nurse meets with a pregnant woman, the two work together to create goals to help the mother:Have a healthy pregnancy and a healthy babyBecome the best parent she can beBuild a strong network of support for the mom and babyMake the home a safe place for the baby to live and playObtain referrals for healthcare, childcare, and other support servicesFind ways to further the mother’s education and develop job skillsHelp the mom set goals for her family’s future, and find ways to help her reach themNFP prides itself on being client-centered. The program gives new moms the tools they need to accomplish the goals they set for themselves, while trusting them to be the experts in their own lives. When a new mother is enrolled, one of 14 nurses works with the mom and baby until the child is two years old. Two of these nurses are bilingual, so the program is well positioned to meet the needs of underserved families in our community.Gretchen Thaller, who oversees NFP at Thurston County Public Health and Social Services, says the support of County leadership has been vital to the success of the program. “Our NFP program is the first in Washington State to pursue a three-county partnership effort. Since January, our nurses have served 309 families so far this year and delivered 2,628 home visits, more than double what we did last year. This wouldn’t be possible without the ongoing support of our Thurston County Commissioners.”The results are indisputable. Program data shows that Nurse-Family Partnership reduces:Infant mortality by 48 percentSmoking during pregnancy by 25 percentPreterm births by 18 percentEmergency department use related to childhood injuries by 34 percentChild maltreatment by 33 percentYouth alcohol, tobacco & marijuana use by 56 percentChildhood behavioral and intellectual problems by 67 percentAdditionally, the program significantly improves breastfeeding and immunization rates. 97 percent of NFP moms breastfeed their newborns. By age two, 97 percent of children enrolled in the program are fully immunized, and 85 percent have received well-child visits at a physician’s office.Every dollar invested in NFP can yield up to $6.20 in return. NFP reduces families’ use of Medicaid and food stamps, decreases their involvement with Child Protective Services and law enforcement, and improves financial self-sufficiency.Bud Blake, Chair of the Board of Thurston County Commissioners, says, “The Nurse-Family Partnership delivers amazing results for our region’s most vulnerable mothers and babies. The Board is committed to continuing to invest in this incredible program and in other strategies that will help ensure a bright future for children, youth, and families in our community.”Mothers involved in the NFP program won’t hesitate to tell you what it’s meant to them. In fact, there is an entire website dedicated to their stories.For more information about our local Nurse-Family Partnership program, call 360-867-2545. You can also learn more at the Nurse-Family Partnership website.last_img read more

first_imgSome Residents Concerned About Possible Carcinogens By John Burton The issue concerning the borough’s Piping Rock Memorial Park is “its playability,” said Mayor John Ekdahl. “We’re wearing out the grass fields,” the mayor said of the park and officials are looking at ways to improve it. The mayor and Borough Council are considering a proposal from the borough Parks and Recreation Director Sarah Orsay, and committee, for the park and its accompanying Martello Field on East River Road to install a synthetic turf surface on a portion of the site. According to Orsay, the synthetic turf would be used to convert the baseball field and a portion of the small lacrosse/youth football practice field into a regulation-size, all-weather, multisport field. The field, if the plan moves for ward, would be able to accommodate many sports activities, including soccer, lacrosse, flag football, tackle football practice, field hockey and the use of school teams, Orsay said.The plan under consideration, Orsay noted, would also retain the park’s tennis courts and the existing playground would be relocated to the eastern end of the current lacrosse field and the park continuing to be home to the 9/11 memorial.“I think what’s critical to the project is to maintain the neighborhood park-like feel,” she said.This park, given its extensive use for the various sports activities, as well as the other town parks with natural grass covering, takes a beating, Ekdahl said.As it currently stands, Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School allows the borough rec program to conduct some activities on the high school’s artificial turf field. “Having said that,” meaning the high school’s help, Ekdahl continued, “we’re still running out of space.”“We actually have to take one field a year out of play to entirely habilitate it,” Ekdahl said.“Between the high school, elementary school, recreation (program) and travel sports,” Orsay said, “the fields are in constant use.”In the fall the borough parks get 3,500 participants using them each week, Orsay explained. She said, if a child has two practices and one game in a week, that constitutes three “participants.”“The demand for the regulation field is far exceeding our ability to supply, and certainly our ability to meet the demand, as well as maintain the integrity and beauty of our parks,” Orsay offered.“We are getting some pushback,” however, from some residents over what is being considered, Ekdahl acknowledged. The objections, in part, are coming from some who live in the vicinity of the park. Others, Ekdahl said, have raised issue with the use of synthetic turf and possible health considerations. A recent, controversial study charged that some material used in the turf installed on sports fields and in playgrounds – coming from such items as recycled rubber vehicle tires – could be cancer-causing.
“As I told them” – meaning the residents – “we haven’t even gotten there yet,” as to what material or even if the council would move for ward with the plan, Ekdahl pointed out.The Monmouth County Open Space Grant program has awarded the borough $250,000 for the project; the borough is required to make a matching contribution; and officials are awaiting to hear on their second grant application, seeking an additional $135,000, which would also need the borough to match that amount. County officials should make that announcement in January 2016. Funding is contingent on the borough obtaining the necessary money for the project, Orsay said.Orsay said the entire project is estimated at $1.2 million.Should the borough win the second county grant, the council would likely move forward with having its engineer produce a feasibility study. Depending on what that study shows, officials would likely look at funding options, including private sources, to cover the borough’s costs, Ekdahl explained.Should the council move forward, “I think it’d be greatly enjoyed by the community,” Orsay maintained.last_img read more

first_imgCole Arcuri of Nelson and Scott Davidson and Jake Lucchini of Trail head the list of players following training camp for the Kootenay Ice Major Midget squad this past weekend at the NDCC Arena in Nelson.Arcuri, a defenceman, is a rookie on the Major Midget squad.He’s joined by Davidson and Lucchini, both returning for their second season.The team is coached by Mario DiBella and assistant Sean Dooley.Last year DiBella skippered the Kootenay Wildcats Female team while Dooley was an assistant with the Nelson Leafs of the KIJHL.Other players committed to the program include Seth Schmidt and Jason Richter of Cranbrook, Quinn Klimchuk and Darren Medeiros of Castlegar, Colby Livingstone of Creston, Mitch Foyle of Beaver Valley, Jeremy McGregor of Grand Forks and Craig Martin of Trail.Jordan Davie of Kaslo declined an invitation to the team.More than 50 players attended the three-day camp.Thirty-three players remain in camp including Nelsonites Brandon Sookro, Colton Dawson and defenceman Tyler Podgorenko.The Ice is part of the 11-team B.C. Major Midget Hockey League for players 15, 16 and 17 year old.In 2010-11 the Kootenay Ice finished 10th overall with an 8-25-7 record. Some of last year’s team, including Dryden Hunt of Nelson and Luke Bertolucci of Trail, used seasoning in the BCMMHL to garner potential spots on Tier II Junior A rosters in the B.C. Hockey League.Hunt is off to the camp of the Westside Warriors later this [email protected]last_img read more

first_imgAfter going winless to open the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League season and having their coach suspended, most experts may have written off the Castlegar Rebels until the franchise could stabilize the ship.However, the Sunflower City squad jumped right back into the Murdoch Division picture by posting a pair of wins over rivals Beaver Valley and Nelson.Saturday, the Rebels found just enough scoring to go with an impressive performance by netminder Jason Maihiot to edge the Leafs 3-2 in KIJHL action at the Castlegar Arena Complex.“I feel the score really didn’t reflect the outcome,” Leaf coach Sean Dooley said when asked about the loss.“We had a couple of bad breaks on some odd-man rushes which seem to what happen during the last half of Friday’s game against Spokane. We were so puck-focused and worried about offence that we seemed to stray away from defensive-side of our game.”Castlegar scored single markers by Daniel Petten and Logan Styler in the opening two periods to take a 2-0 advantage into the third period.Nelson winger Sam Weber cut the lead in half midway through the final period to give the Leafs some life.However, Everett Hicks restored the lead before the Leafs made a final push at the end of the game.Dale Howell made the game interesting by scoring with just over a minute remaining in the game. “We made a push at the end and almost squeezed out a couple of goals, but give it to Castlegar . . .  they came to play and they were the better team last night.”Nelson outshot the Rebels 15-6 in the final period for a 37-29 advantage in the game.The win by Castlegar allows the Rebels to move into a two-way tie for second in the Murdoch Division, a point behind front-running Beaver Valley Nitehawks.Which proves two weeks into the season that no one is going to run away with the division right out of the gates.“Looking at our division, all the teams look like the did a good job in the offseason recruiting and finding players,” Dooley explained. “So trying to gauge the teams, I find no one is a clear leader at this point.”“But it’s still early, and a lot of teams, including us, are still setting their lineup so it really comes down to the second half of the season when the rosters freeze,” Dooley added.After two weeks, Dooley said the roster is healthy no major injuries.Instead, the coaching staff is moving players in and out of the lineup to find the right fit this early in the season.Nelson gets another shot at the Rebels when the Leafs play host to the Sunflower City squad Friday at the 7 p.m. in the NDCC Arena.Saturday, Nelson travels to Fruitvale to meet the Nitehawks.The Leafs travel to Grand Forks to face the Border Bruins Sunday at 2 p.m.BLUELINES: Leaf coach Mario DiBella missed both games this weekend having to travel out of town due to business. . . . Sawyer Hunt continues to lead the Leafs in scoring with five points. Three players — Kolten Nelson, Sam Weber and Dale Howell — have four points. Drew Carter of Princeton Posse and Mason Jones of Spokane Braves lead the KIJHL in scoring with 11 points. . . .Leaf coach Sean Dooley was pleased with the first game of the season by netminder Ben Kelsch Saturday in Castlegar. Dooley said Kelsch could not be faulted on the goals he surrendered. . . .Nelson Leaf players were out in full force Sunday participating or helping with the Terry Fox Run in Nelson.last_img read more

first_imgAUNTJENN:  Third in the Grade II Sorrento Stakes going 6 ½ furlongs on dirt two starts back on Aug. 6, she was most recently fifth in a field of 12 in the one mile Juvenile Fillies Turf on Sept. 5 at Del Mar.  Trained by Kristin Mulhall, this Kentucky-bred by Uncle Mo is owned by Ike and Dawn Thrash and will be making her fifth career start. ARCADIA, Calif. (Oct. 7, 2016)–Eastern invaders Con Te Partiro and Happy Mesa, both minor stakes winners on turf, will take on a strong local contingent of 2-year-old fillies as a field of 11 will contest the $100,000 Surfer Girl Stakes at one mile on turf Monday at Santa Anita.  With an eye to Nov. 4, the Surfer Girl will serve as a key prep to the Grade I, $1 million Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies Turf at Santa Anita. EASTERN INVADERS CON TE PARTIRO & HAPPY MESA TAKE ON STRONG LOCAL CONTINGENT AS 11 JUVENILE FILLIES CONTEST MILE ON TURF IN $100,000 SURFER GIRL STAKES ON MONDAY CON TE PARTIRO:  Trained by Wesley Ward, this Kentucky-bred filly by Scat Daddy rated kindly in her third start and went on to an emphatic 5 ¾ length win going 5 ½ furlongs in a minor stakes at Saratoga Aug. 17.  A first-out maiden special weight winner going 4 ½ furlongs on dirt at Keeneland April 13, she has two wins from three starts and will try a route of ground for the first time on Monday.  Owned by Hat Creek Racing, Con Te Partiro will be ridden for the first time by Flavien Prat. SHY:  Part of a deep local contingent, this filly by Kitten’s Joy comes off a big second in her debut, a one mile turf maiden special weight at Del Mar Sept. 5.  Forced to steady around the Club House turn and again in deep stretch, she was only beaten three quarters of a length while finishing with interest under Gary Stevens.  Owned by trainer Vann Belvior and his wife Sauci, Shy will be ridden back by Stevens and rates a big chance in her second try going a mile on grass. HAPPY MESA:  Undefeated in two starts at Laurel Park in Maryland and trained by H. Graham Motion, she parlayed a solid gate to wire maiden $40,000 claiming win going 5 ½ furlongs on dirt into a solid come from behind minor stakes win on Sept. 10 going the same distance on grass.  A Kentucky-bred filly by Sky Mesa, she has the pedigree to stretch out and remain on turf.  Owned by Jerry Romans, Charlie Spiring and Zoom and Fish Stable, Inc., she’ll be ridden for the first time by French-born sensation Florent Geroux, in what will likely by a Breeders’ Cup audition.center_img THE SURFER GIRL STAKES IN POST POSITION ORDER WITH JOCKEYS & WEIGHTS Race 6 of 9                                                                                                     Approximate post time 3 p.m. PST DEER VALLEY:  Owned by Glen Hill Farm, she comes off a game neck victory in a six furlong turf maiden special weight Sept. 15 at Keeneland, which was her second start.  A Kentucky-bred filly by Speightstown, she’s trained by Tom Proctor and will retain the services of Drayden Van Dyke.  Like most of her competition, she’ll try two turns for the first time on Saturday. SURFER GIRL TO SERVE AS PREP FOR GRADE I, $1 MILLION BREEDERS’ CUP JUVENILE FILLIES TURF Happy Mesa–Florent Geroux–118Deer Valley–Drayden Van Dyke–118Con Te Partiro–Flavien Prat–118Simmy’s Temple–Santiago Gonzalez–120La Force–Rafael Bejarano–118Doowop Shedoo–Mike Smith–118Miss Southern Miss–Kent Desormeaux–118Miss Sugars–Tyler Baze–118Shy–Gary Stevens–118Lady Beware–Martin Garcia–118Auntjenn–Norberto Arroyo, Jr.–118First post time on Monday is at 12:30 p.m.  Admission gates open at 10:30 a.m.  For scratches, changes and complete morning line information, please visit read more

first_imgA FORMER Donegal taxi driver has been sent to prison for possessing child pornography.David Martin (52), now of 78 Sylvan Park, Letterkenny has been sentenced to two and a half years in prison, with the final 12 months suspended. Martin was residing at 11 St Jude’s Court, Lifford when Gardaí were alerted by the Online Child Exploitation Unit to someone using an IP address associated with that house posting child pornography images on Twitter.Gardaí searched the premises on October 6, 2016 and seized a Zeus Storm Desktop computer which contained six videos, with a combined duration of almost two hours, showing teen and pre-teen boys and girls engaged in sexual activity with adults. Martin admitted downloading, viewing and possessing the images and also of posting images on Twitter, which brought the matter to a head. The videos were being described as Category 1, the most serious category. Sentencing at Letterkenny Circuit Court, Judge John Aylmer said that Martin, who will be on the sex offenders register, had set up ’sophisticated anti-forensic software’ on the device Martin had told officers that he often used search engines for the dark web. “While this is a single count, evidence establishes that he was engaged in this type of activity since 2013,” Judge Aylmer said,“It is clear that this material represents only his harvest on this date.”Barrister for Martin, Mr Peter Nolan BL, said his client’s marriage was over and the marital home had been sold. Mr Nolan said that Martin’s extensive heart issues made him unsuitable for community service.Judge John Aylmer said his starting point for sentencing was a two-and-a-half-year prison term. There was no suggestion, he said, that Martin was immediately proximate to the abuse or swapping the material for commercial gain.Described as a low-risk of reoffending, Martin claimed to have been sexually abused as a child and has attended 15 psychotherapy sessions in Dublin. Judge Aylmer imposed a sentence of two and a half years in prison and suspended the final 12 months. Martin entered into a €100 bond to keep the peace and be of good behaviour for 12 months subsequent to his release.Judge Aylmer granted a destruction order on the seized property.Former Donegal taxi driver jailed for having child pornography was last modified: November 10th, 2019 by Chris McNultyShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:David MartinJudge John AylmerletterkennyLetterkenny Circuit CourtLiffordPeter Nolan BLlast_img read more

first_imgNeil Warnock wants a £1m pay-off from QPR, according to the Daily Mail.He is due to meet with club chief executive Philip Beard today to discuss a financial settlement following his recent sacking.Warnock is set to meet Philip Beard.The Mail believe Warnock was the lowest paid manager in the Premier League.Following Chelsea’s insistence that owner Roman Abramovich’s recent training-ground visit was nothing out of the ordinary, The Independent suggest it still raised the pressure on manager Andre Villas-Boas.The Daily Mirror say Fabio Capello is ready to quit as boss following the FA’s decision to strip John Terry of the England captaincy.Meanwhile, The Sun report that Capello’s backing has convinced the Chelsea star not to end his international career.And the Daily Express say Capello’s public support of Terry has created disharmony within his squad.The paper quotes an England source as saying: “Who would want to take the captaincy now?“Capello has made it quite clear who he really sees as his captain. The whole situation is a complete mess.“It might be easier if both Capello and Terry were stood down by England before the Euros.”Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more