See inside new flats taking shape in former quayside bank. A London property developer is putting the finishing touches to seven flats inside a once grand former bank on Great Yarmouth's historic quay. The 37-year-old is keen to attract a national restaurant chain or coffee shop to the ground floor which is being stripped out ready for new tenants. "It is a great building so I thought it was worth it to spend a bit more money and do the flats to a good standard. It is a very attractive area with lots of listed buildings."
This latest addition to the company's offerings will allow users to connect to the Google cloud and read out the configuration of resources in the google cloud while also providing a secure connection across multiple platforms. As cloud technology continues to advance and play in increasingly important role in all types of businesses, Prancer is working to create streamlined tools that allow everyone, from enterprises to start-ups, to harness the power of the cloud. With the help of the Google connector, businesses can easily confirm that new applications meet all project specifications and adhere to any requirements. Prancer has once again made it easy to connect and test applications in order to overcome time consuming compliance issues. By understanding the needs of today's clients, creating innovative solutions and collaborating through open source networks, we are working to make cloud technology more secure and versatile.
It’s fair to say the investment community had widely been expecting Vodafone Group to hack down the dividend sooner rather than later. It’s why its share price had fallen 36% over the 12 months to Tuesday, the day on which news emerged that payouts were to be rebased. The FTSE 100 firm slashed the full-year dividend for the fiscal year to March to 9 euro cents per share, the impact of a vastly-reduced final payment pushing the total dividend 40% lower year-on-year. But I believe Vodafone isn’t the only blue-chip business that’ll be taking the hatchet to dividends in the next few quarters. Kingfisher (LSE: KGF) is one Footsie business I’ve been tipping for a dividend cut recently as it flounders in its key markets of the UK and Ireland and France.
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(Bloomberg) -- For more than a year, Apple Inc. avoided major damage from the U.S. trade war with China, thanks in part to a White House charm offensive by Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook. But the company now faces its first major hit -- from both sides of the dispute. A new round of tariffs proposed by the U.S. on Monday includes mobile phones, meaning the iPhone, Apple’s most-important product that is made almost entirely in China, may be encumbered with a 25% import levy. That leaves the company with a difficult choice: Raise prices on already-pricey products and risk missing out on sales, or absorb the extra cost and let profits suffer. There’s a "very real risk of higher import costs and/or U.S. consumer demand destruction depending on whether Apple decides to pass along some of the tariff cost," Krish Sankar, an analyst at Cowen Inc., wrote Tuesday in a note to investors.
Stocks - Macy’s, Alibaba Gain in Premarket, Uber, Tesla Pressured Lower. • Macy’s (NYSE:M) shares popped up 7% by 08:20 AM ET (12:20 GMT) after it reported first-quarter earnings that handily beat analysts’ expectations. • Alibaba 's (NYSE:BABA) ADRs rose after the company reported that first-quarter revenue beat estimates, boosted by growth in its core e-commerce and cloud computing businesses. • Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) shares were down 0.9%, hovering close to their 2019 low of $224.47 reached on Monday amid fears over its potential exposure to the escalating trade war between the U.S. and China. While China's retaliatory tariffs still do not include Tesla's vehicles, the ratcheting-up of the trade war means they could become more expensive in the coming months.
Rohitash Repswal, a digital marketer, checks a WhatsApp message that he sent using a software tool that appears to automate the process of sending messages to WhatsApp users, inside his office in New Delhi, May 8, 2019. NEW DELHI/MUMBAI (Reuters) - WhatsApp clones and software tools that cost as little as $14 are helping Indian digital marketers and political activists bypass anti-spam restrictions set up by the world's most popular messaging app, Reuters has found. Rohitash Repswal, who owns a digital marketing business in a cramped, residential neighbourhood of New Delhi, said he ran a 1,000 rupee ($14) piece of software round-the-clock in recent months to send up to 100,000 WhatsApp messages a day for two BJP members. Reuters found WhatsApp was misused in at least three ways in India for political campaigning: free clone apps available online were used by some BJP and Congress workers to manually forward messages on a mass basis; software tools which allow users to automate delivery of WhatsApp messages; and some firms offering political workers the chance to go onto a website and send bulk WhatsApp messages from anonymous numbers.
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