Ben Affleck holds hands with Sienna Miller in between takes on set of Live By ... Ben Affleck and Sienna Miller have been pictured holding hands on set during a break from filming. The 43-year-old actor and 33-year-old actress, who both split with their longtime partners earlier this year, were seen sharing the close moment between
Giants injury update and potential replacements for Monday night vs. Miami ... EAST RUTHERFORD ‐ Not all the Giants hurting players are on injured reserve. Some are trying to return in time for Monday night's matchup with the Miami Dolphins. Here's an injury rundown as of Thursday and who will likely take their place if they don
Angela Henderson-Bentley: 'Cooper Barrett' brings fresh idea to Fox Cooper Barrett (Jack Cutmore-Scott) is a recent college graduate still trying to find his way. His roommates are loveable geek Neal (Charlie Saxton) and troublemaker Barry (James Earl). Helping them out is Cooper's brother, Josh (Justin Bartha), who
Canadian scientist formally receives Nobel Prize, meets idol Mats Sundin Canadian scientist Arthur McDonald signs the guest book at the Canadian Embassy in Stockholm, Tuesday, Dec.8, 2015 as former NHLer Mats Sundin looks on. McDonald was formally presented Thursday with his Nobel Prize at a ceremony in Stockholm.THE
Justin Theroux joined Instagram and posted a photo of Jennifer Aniston And we all know how annoyed Katy Perry got with ex husband Russell Brand when he posted a make-up free photo of her (which he later took down). We imagine Jen will be overseeing Justin's Instagram with an iron fist if this suitably lovely photo he's
Defensive snap-count observations: Dee Ford rarely left the field this many snaps. The eventual return of Justin Houston from his knee strain will lead to a return to normalcy, but if it takes longer than expected, it probably wouldn't hurt to mix in Zombo and Moses a tad more. Cooper earned some snaps in the
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Sterling weakness gives investors dividend boost - Herald Scotland
THE WEAKNESS in sterling following the Brexit vote will boost dividends paid by UK-based firms by £4. 3 billion, because of the number of companies that declare income in euros or dollars. As payments are converted at a much weaker exchange rate, investors are set to receive a huge short-term boost as a result of the decision to leave the European Union, according to the latest dividend monitor from Capita Asset. This would boost the translated value of all dividends declared in dollars by £2. 7bn over the next six months, with another £120m from those declared in euros. This would be added to the £1. 4bn already booked in the first half as the pound gradually sank ahead of the historic plebiscite. Capita said the decision to leave the EU had “immediately and materially changed” the dividends picture in both the long and short term. In the short term, Capita said the pound’s fall to a three-decade low against the dollar will lead to a windfall for a number of FTSE 100 companies, which has been reflected in the list’s resilience, following a sharp drop in the immediate... Justin Cooper, chief executive of shareholder solutions, part of Capita Asset Services, said: “The timetable for the UK’s departure from the EU, and the manner of its subsequent relationship with it, are crucial to understanding the future for... “In the short term, investment and consumption will be depressed while the country waits for a response from the new government, and for a Brexit timetable to emerge. Dividends will suffer from any slowdown in economic growth, particularly among the UK’s mid-cap companies, though a persistently weak exchange rate will cushion sterling investors in the UK’s large multinationals. He said the longer term was more difficult to predict: “It depends on negotiations and implications regarding access to the single market and external trade negotiations with non-EU countries. The latest monitor covers the second quarter of 2016, and most dividends had been paid before the referendum. In Q2, a flurry of special dividends took the payout to £28. 8bn, up 7. 6 per cent on the same quarter last year. Financials was the best-returning industry, helping the FTSE 100 outperform the 250. This was ahead of consumer goods and oil and gas, though the 73 per cent increase in healthcare dividends stands out. At the opposite end, dividends paid by the basic materials industry, which includes mining, chemicals and forestry, dropped 51 per cent. HSBC was the top second-quarter company for the fourth year in a row as banks remained the best-performing sub sector. The industry paid out £4. 9bn, ahead of oil and gas, which paid out £3. 7bn in spite of the downturn. Looking ahead to the next 12 months and equity looks set to outperform other asset classes such as government bonds – which have collapsed after the EU vote – and cash savings accounts, which languish at 1. 4 per cent.www.heraldscotland.com
The servants behind Hillary's server: Meet the staffers tied up in the email debacle - Salon
A number of Clinton aides and staffers, some dating back to before her secretary of state tenure, used the private server or exchanged messages with Clinton, who used it exclusively. Other aides to the Clintons set up and maintained the server. These individuals may no longer be eligible for elite security clearances in the future, potentially hampering their chances for an ambassadorship or a job in the Clinton administration, should she win the November presidential election, The New... More recently, the group filed Freedom of Information Act requests relating to the aftermath of the Benghazi killings and for records detailing the “special employment status” of Huma Abedin, one of Mrs. Clinton’s top aides at the Department of State. is the aide who reportedly set up the private server, initially for Mr. Clinton to use for personal and Clinton Foundation business. Before becoming a “Schedule C political appointee” as a senior advisor in the State Department’s Bureau of Information Resource Management (IRM), he was an IT director for Mrs. Clinton’s 2008 presidential campaign, according to the State Department Inspector General’s to Abedin, Hanley and Kennedy that “we are working to provide the Secretary per her request a Department issued Blackberry … We will prepare two versions... ” In his June 3 Judicial Watch "The Bachelorette" men are the worst: 7 reasons why this season is going to be a glorious disaster. "The Bachelorette" men are the worst: 7 reasons why this season is going to be a glorious disaster. Evan, Erectile Dysfunction Expert, 33. Believe it or not, the worst thing about Evan isn't his career. His biggest deal-breaker is: "Girls with chipped nail polish, girls who talk too much, narcissists, clingers, girls who have serious food allergies. " Jabbing yourself in the leg with an Epi pen actually sounds preferable to a date with him. "The Bachelorette" men are the worst: 7 reasons why this season is going to be a glorious disaster. Daniel, Male Model, 31. A "male model" who refers to his body as a "lambo" not once, but twice, in a biography that he presumably had time to mull over. Why have a lambo if you park it in the garage. "The Bachelorette" men are the worst: 7 reasons why this season is going to be a glorious disaster., Software Salesman, 26. Not only does Nick S. take neckerchief fashion cues from Fred of "Scooby-Doo," but he lists the food he dislikes most as “scary cheeses. "The Bachelorette" men are the worst: 7 reasons why this season is going to be a glorious disaster. Grant, Firefighter, 27. On the one hand, Grant is the sexy firefighter of our dreams. On the other hand, his worst date memory is “Getting lunch with a girl and listening to her talk about Harry Potter for 20 minutes” — which actually doesn’t sound like enough time spent talking about the British national treasure.www.salon.com
Local baseball: Tri-County earns spot in Babe Ruth 13-15 final - Press Herald
Jacob Bland and Ethan Laubauskas each had two singles for Tri-County. Justin Ray and Tim Smith each hit a pair of singles for Portland. PORTLAND 15, SANFORD 4: Garrett Tracy held Sanford (1-2) to four runs as Portland (2-1) invoked the mercy rule after five innings in Augusta. Justin Ray had three singles for Portland and Tim Smith had two. BABE RUTH 13. SCARBOROUGH/SOUTH PORTLAND 4, TRI-COUNTY 2: Scarborough/South Portland (3-0) eliminated Tri-County (2-2) from the state tournament with a victory in Falmouth. Scarborough/South Portland meets Augusta (3-1) at 5 p. m. Monday for the state championship. WATERTOWN 7, OLD ORCHARD BEACH 4: Collis Hunt doubled home three runs and scored on Javier Marticorena’s two-run single as the Watertown Bucks (23-14) broke a 2-2 tie with five runs in the seventh inning and beat the Surge (22-18) in Old Orchard... Shaun Cooper had two hits and two RBI for the Surge, and Jordyn Atta had two hits and an RBI. Brandon Cooksey also had two hits for Old Orchard and scored twice.www.pressherald.com
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