Daily Archives: September 2, 2019

LOVE, LUST, AND INFATUATION

The issue of love, lust and infatuation has long been a topic of hot debate. The reason is because these three concepts share very thin lines as people often mistake one for another. A person could claim that they are in love and it could be that they are lusting …

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Villarreal 2-2 Real Madrid

Gareth Bale (right) becomes only the second Real Madrid player, after Cristiano Ronaldo, to score a La Liga double and be sent off in the same match this century Gareth Bale was sent off in stoppage time after scoring two goals to rescue a point for Real Madrid against Villarreal …

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Ashley backs challenge to Debenhams rescue deal

Image copyrightAFP A deal that saved Debenhams from administration will be challenged in the High Court this week, putting the retailer’s future back into doubt. A commercial landlord – backed by Mike Ashley’s Sports Direct group – is fighting the plan which saw Debenhams agree to shut 50 stores and …

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UK factory output ‘falls at fastest pace for seven years’

Image copyrightPA MEDIA Activity in the UK’s manufacturing sector contracted at the fastest pace for seven years in August, a closely-watched survey has suggested. The uncertainty surrounding Brexit and the global economic downturn were some of the factors hitting firms, according to the survey from IHS Markit/CIPS. The purchasing managers’ …

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Argentina imposes currency controls to support economy

Image copyrightAFP Argentina has imposed currency controls in an attempt to stabilise markets as the country faces a deepening financial crisis. The government will restrict foreign currency purchases following a sharp drop in the value of the peso. Firms will have to seek central bank permission to sell pesos to …

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