Image source: Getty Images Kirsteen Mackay | Thursday, 2nd July, 2020 | More on: BA BP Our 6 ‘Best Buys Now’ Shares Do you have £3,000 you would like to invest in the stock market? Knowing which stocks to buy can be difficult, particularly during this unpredictable period of stock market volatility. In times like these, I look for companies with a proven track record and the staying power to ensure they will go the distance. Two such FTSE 100 constituents that never fail to attract my interest are BP (LSE:BP) and BAE Systems (LSE:BA.)Both have been around for decades and I see each of them surviving far into the future.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…Why BP is a long-term portfolio stockThe BP share price has suffered this year due to the suppressed price of oil. The combination of the coronavirus pandemic that put the brakes on oil demand and a glut caused by overproduction pushed the oil price down. Oil companies were relying on the price of oil to be above $50 per barrel, but with it hovering around the $40 mark, growth and profitability have reached a stalemate. BP has responded by increasing its debt, divesting divisions no longer deemed feasible for continued expansion and exerting its efforts on reinventing itself as a low-carbon energy giant. Although this has caused share price fluctuations in recent weeks, I think its strategy will pay off in the long term.Investing in renewable energy is a core aim of governments around the world and BP has the experience and funding to excel in this area. Oil is still very much integrated into our society, so although it is gradually being phased out, it will be some time before it can be completely eradicated. I think this means the oil price will recover and ultimately explode once the pandemic subsides and normality resumes. This could take a couple of years, but I think this FTSE 100 constituent is an excellent stock to buy for the future. It also offers a very nice dividend yield above 10%. This is not likely to be sustainable long term, particularly if the oil price stays low, but even if it reduces by half, a 5% dividend yield is a decent return.Defensive FTSE 100 constituentThe BAE share price has also withstood a frustrating few months. Despite winning new contracts and coping with the fallout from the pandemic, it has fallen over 15% year-to-date. First-half profit is expected to fall by around 15%, but demand remains high and it anticipates increased trading in the second half. Although the company has put its dividend payment on hold, analysts now think the likelihood BAE will maintain it is high. It should confirm this at the end of July and if so, will have a yield of around 4.8%.BAE Systems is the largest defence contractor in the UK and one of the largest defence companies globally. With the world in chaos, many governments are supportive of defence budgets and looking at ways to protect citizens. Earlier this week, Australia announced plans to increase its military spend by $270bn to prepare for “a poorer, more dangerous and more disorderly” world, as well as China’s continued rise as a superpower. If the US reduces its defence budget, then that would be unwelcome news for BAE shares, but I think this scenario is highly unlikely. If I decided to invest £3,000 in a Stocks and Shares ISA, these FTSE 100 constituents would be my first choices. “This Stock Could Be Like Buying Amazon in 1997” I would like to receive emails from you about product information and offers from The Fool and its business partners. Each of these emails will provide a link to unsubscribe from future emails. More information about how The Fool collects, stores, and handles personal data is available in its Privacy Statement. Simply click below to discover how you can take advantage of this. Kirsteen has no position in any of the shares mentioned. 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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. Dividend shares do not only offer the chance to make a generous passive income right now. They also have the potential to deliver impressive total returns over the long run as a result of a lack of other income opportunities available to investors.This could increase their popularity, and mean that they outperform the wider stock market in the coming years. They could even ultimately provide an annual income of £40,000 from a modest monthly investment that grows at a relatively fast pace in the coming years.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…Passive income opportunities among dividend sharesClearly, an investor who has a £1m portfolio today could generate a passive income of £40,000 from buying a selection of dividend shares. However, those same stocks could be used to gradually build a portfolio of a similar size from regular investment over the long run.Dividend shares could become increasingly popular in the coming years because of a lack of opportunities available elsewhere. Low interest rates mean that cash and bonds have very disappointing return prospects that may even lag inflation. Meanwhile, low yields in the property sector due to high house prices may push an increasing number of income investors towards dividend stocks.Building a retirement nest eggThe impact of higher demand for dividend shares may be rising stock prices that outperform the wider stock market. Even if they match the performance of equity markets, which have risen by around 8% per year on a total return basis in the past, a modest monthly investment could produce a £1m portfolio that provides a £40,000 annual passive income.For example, investing £750 per month over a 30-year period would lead to a portfolio being valued at over £1.1m. This is based on an 8% annual return that is reinvested into the portfolio. From this, eventually taking a 4% dividend return would provide an annual income in excess of £40,000. But we have to remember that the 8% return is not guaranteed. The return could be higher, but it could be lower too.Managing a portfolio of dividend sharesOf course, simply buying the highest-yielding dividend stocks may not necessarily lead to the largest portfolio or passive income in the long run. They could have high yields for a variety of reasons, including weak financial prospects that have caused investor sentiment to decline.As such, it is logical to buy dividend shares that can afford their payouts. And it is good if they can also grow them in the coming years. They may prove to be the most appealing income shares to a wide range of investors. The result could be rising stock prices that catalyse an investor’s retirement portfolio.Furthermore, diversifying among dividend shares could be a logical move. It will reduce company-specific risk. This is the threat from a small number of companies underperforming and their impact on a wider portfolio. Diversification also allows an investor to capitalise on multiple growth opportunities. This may increase their potential rewards and lead to a larger portfolio, and passive income, in the long run. Simply click below to discover how you can take advantage of this. Our 6 ‘Best Buys Now’ Shares Peter Stephens | Monday, 22nd February, 2021 Are you on the lookout for UK growth stocks?If so, get this FREE no-strings report now.While it’s available: you’ll discover what we think is a top growth stock for the decade ahead.And the performance of this company really is stunning.In 2019, it returned £150million to shareholders through buybacks and dividends.We believe its financial position is about as solid as anything we’ve seen.Since 2016, annual revenues increased 31%In March 2020, one of its senior directors LOADED UP on 25,000 shares – a position worth £90,259Operating cash flow is up 47%. 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On the trail of souls Not just for a day … for a lifetime Maryland Bishop Eugene Taylor Sutton leads pilgrims to the Hasselbach cemetery at the Claggett Center, Buckeystown, Md., where a marker dedicated to the slaves who were buried there was later dedicated. Photo credit: Episcopal Diocese of Maryland.[Diocese of Maryland] The Episcopal Churches of Maryland commemorated the 150th anniversary of the official abolishment of chattel slavery in Maryland on All Saints’ Day, Nov. 1 with the Trail of Souls: Truth and Reconciliation Pilgrimage. This day-long journey visited five Maryland sites with strong ties to both slavery and the Episcopal Church. But this was just the beginning.An online pilgrimage of 23 churches and diocesan sites found at trailofsouls.org is a virtual tour and living legacy that is destined to grow in scope and participation. The Trail of Souls offers a chance to visit the Episcopal Churches of Maryland and witness them in a new light – looking at the legacy of slavery and the impact it still bears witness to today. As more churches discover and write their history they will be added to the web portal.It was estimated that more than 500 people took part in the pilgrimage, including those who attended planned programs at each of the sites. More than 200 pilgrims traveled the Trail of Souls on All Saints’ Day.The Right Rev. Eugene Taylor Sutton, bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Maryland, said in his letter welcoming pilgrims on the journey, “we journey together both to remember a painful period in our history and to envision a future free of racism and injustice.”After a brief service commissioning the pilgrims, two tour buses and a caravan of cars and small vans departed from the Diocesan Center/Cathedral of the Incarnation in Baltimore, and then proceeded to three historic parishes: All Hallows’ Church, Davidsonville; All Saints’ Church, Sunderland; Grace Church, Silver Spring (Episcopal Diocese of Washington); ending at the Claggett Center and Hasselbach Family Cemetery, Buckeystown, Md.Bishop Eugene Taylor Sutton participated in this Day of Repentance and Reconciliation along with Bishop Suffragan Heather Elizabeth Cook, and Bishop Mariann Edgar Budde of the Diocese of Washington.“The feeling that the Spirit entered into this in ways none of us could have expected — with powerful Truth-telling at our sister parishes and at one moment symbolized in the unforgettable vision of the Bishop with his crozier in his flowing red and white robes with the little band of pilgrims following him up the hill to the gravesite … all caught in a shaft of sunlight with the beautiful russet, gold, and gray tones of the hills in the background. God’s beauty surrounded us,” said Pamela Charshee, a member of the Research and Pilgrimage Working Group for Trail of Souls.In 2006 General Convention resolution A-123 explicitly acknowledged and regretted the Episcopal Church’s support of the inhuman system of chattel slavery and Bible abuse that was used to justify a sin that dehumanized a people created in the image of God. All dioceses were urged to research ties to the institution of chattel slavery and its impact on congregations then and now. In 2007 this resolution led to the 223rd annual Convention of the Episcopal Diocese of Maryland apologizing “for the Anglican Church in Colonial Maryland and of the Episcopal Church in the state of Maryland for their role in the slavery of African Americans and in the subsequent racial injustice,” via resolution 2007-5.“We have continued to explore ways in which we can honor the past in ways that restore the dignity of nameless souls who toiled as persons perceived as less than human. Their free labor instituted a way of life that still haunts us in the 21st century. [The Trail of Souls] pilgrimage reconciles us with a painful past, yet we are able to thank God for changes that have occurred as we work for an even brighter tomorrow,” said the Rev. Dr. Angela Shepherd, canon for mission in the Episcopal Diocese of Maryland and chair of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission.Learn more about the Trail of Souls. View photos from the Nov. 1 pilgrimage.Read about the second stop on the tour, All Hallows’ Church, Davidsonville, in this Capital Gazette article. 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Rector Tampa, FL Course Director Jerusalem, Israel Hugh Hanson PhD says: March 30, 2015 at 5:04 pm Indeed it is us an exciting time!Congratulations to Rachel Treweek Bishop of Glouchester! It is clear from this article that she has the heart of a bishop and from her previous work has the energy to follow through with being a shepherd to this diocese.Congratulations Bishop Treweek! Bishop Diocesan Springfield, IL Photo: Diocese of Gloucester[Episcopal News Service] The Ven. Rachel Treweek has been appointed as the next bishop of the Diocese of Gloucester and will become the first female to serve as a diocesan bishop in the Church of England.The news comes one day after the Rev. Alison White was named as the next bishop of Hull and two months after the Rev. Libby Lane was ordained and consecrated as bishop of Stockport. Those two appointments are to serve as suffragan (assistant) bishops.Treweek, 52, currently serves as archdeacon of Hackney, a borough in northeast London. She will succeed the Rt. Rev. Michael Francis Perham, who resigned as bishop of Gloucester on Nov. 21, 2014.“It is an immense joy and privilege to be appointed as the bishop of Gloucester,” said Treweek, according to an announcement on the Diocese of Gloucester’s website. “I am surprised and, I have to admit, even a little daunted by the prospect, but my overwhelming feeling is one of excitement to be coming to join with others in sharing the love of Jesus Christ with the people of this diocese.”Treweek, who studied at Reading University and trained for the ordained ministry at Wycliffe Hall, Oxford, said she is “looking forward to encouraging Christians to speak out with confidence about their faith and the good news that the Gospel brings. It will be my privilege to work with churches as we connect with people, wherever they are and whatever their concerns.”Treweek served as curate at Saint George and All Saints, Tufnell Park, in the Diocese of London from 1994 to 1997 and was associate vicar from 1997 to 1999.From 1999 to 2006 she was vicar at Saint James the Less, Bethnal Green, in east London, and continuing ministerial education officer for the Stepney Episcopal Area. From 2006 to 2011 she was archdeacon of Northolt in the Diocese of London. She has served as archdeacon of Hackney since 2011.In December 2013, she was elected as one of eight women to serve as participant observers in the Church of England’s House of Bishops. Earlier that year, it was decided that until such time as there are six female members of the House of Bishops (as diocesan bishops) a number of senior female clergy should attend and speak at the meetings as participant observers.Treweek is married to Guy, priest-in-charge of two parishes in central London. Her interests include conflict transformation, walking and canoeing.“My calling to the role of bishop has been shaped by human encounter,” she said. “I believe profoundly that relationship is at the heart of who God is. I have been with people through the joys and pains of their lives and it is these experiences that I will reflect upon as I take up this new role.”The appointment comes following more than a decade of often-emotional debate, accompanied by various stages of legislative action, about opening the episcopate to women. The Church of England voted in July 2014 to allow women to become bishops, a decision that was later approved by the U.K. Parliament and given the assent of Queen Elizabeth II. The approvals were required because the church’s decision effectively changed English law. (The Church of England is an officially established Christian church with Queen Elizabeth II as its supreme governor.)Lane – who was ordained and consecrated as the first female bishop in the history of the Church of England in January when she became the eighth bishop of Stockport, a suffragan (assistant) bishop in the Diocese of Chester – described Treweek as “an exceptional priest whose leadership is well proven. She is both genuinely caring and deeply insightful. It has been an honor to serve alongside Rachel as regional representatives in the House of Bishops, and I rejoice that she takes her place there as of right.”Archbishop of Cape Town Desmond Tutu responded to the news with: “Wow, how wonderful so soon after Bishop Libby. I’m thrilled for you dear Rachel and I’m thrilled for the Diocese of Gloucester, for the Church of England, for the Church of God and for all of us. Yippee.”Archbishop of York John Sentamu said the appointment fills him “with joy and thanksgiving to God for her partnership in the Gospel. Rachel is a priest who cares deeply about the good news of God in Jesus Christ and has a deep love for people and, in the words of St. Paul, she is always, ‘outdoing others in showing honor.’ She builds strong relationships with people and is an experienced reconciler. My prayer for her is that God will keep her in the joy, simplicity, and compassion of Christ’s Holy Gospel.”The Diocese of Gloucester shares a three-way companion relationship with the dioceses of El Camino Real in the U.S.-based Episcopal Church and Western Tanganyika in the Anglican Church of Tanzania. El Camino Real Bishop Mary Gray-Reeves is the seventh woman to serve as a diocesan bishop in The Episcopal Church.A video message from Treweek is available on the Diocese of Gloucester’s website here. 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Architects: 180 Degrees Design + Build Year Completion year of this architecture project ArchDaily Photographs: Jim Christy, Phifer Photography, 180 Degrees Design + BuildText description provided by the architects. 180 Degrees Design + Build were approached by the Martinek family that after having lived in Tempe for the better part of 15 years, decided to re-build on their same lot, seeking to increase their livable square footage from 1,500 sf to 3,200 sf, add a swimming pool, private courtyard and covered parking area. On a lot of only 7,340 sf, their needs resulted in a courtyard style home that wraps the entire lot. Current zoning laws were in conflict with the design of the home, and two use permits and seven variances were granted.Save this picture!© Jim Christy, Phifer Photography, 180 Degrees Design + BuildRecommended ProductsDoorsAir-LuxPivoting DoorWoodParklex International S.L.Wood cladding – FacadeEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesFranken-SchotterFacade System – LINEAWoodAccoyaAccoya® Cladding, Siding & FacadesHaving lived in Tempe for the better part of 15 years, the owners decided to re-build on their same lot, seeking to increase their livable square footage from 1,500 sf to 3,200 sf, add a swimming pool, private courtyard and covered parking area. On a lot of only 7,340 sf, their needs resulted in a courtyard style home that wraps the entire lot. Current zoning laws were in conflict with the design of the home, and two use permits and seven variances were granted.Save this picture!© Jim Christy, Phifer Photography, 180 Degrees Design + BuildThe home is simple in its architectural character, employing exposed CMU and an abundance of glazing at the internal courtyards. Other materials include maple cabinetry, plate steel walls, exposed integral color concrete floors and Arcadia storefront aluminum and glass doors and windows.Save this picture!© Jim Christy, Phifer Photography, 180 Degrees Design + BuildProject gallerySee allShow lessNew Taipei City Museum of Art Proposal / MeterArticlesBusan Opera House Proposal / Pelletier de FontenayArticles Share Photographs Martinek Residence / 180 Degrees Design + Build 2010 ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/164730/martinek-residence-180-degrees-design-build Clipboard CopyAbout this office180 Degrees Design + BuildOfficeFollow#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesTempeHousesUnited StatesPublished on August 31, 2011Cite: “Martinek Residence / 180 Degrees Design + Build” 31 Aug 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed 12 Jun 2021.
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International development charity World Vision has launched its first e-commerce initiative in the form of an online gifts catalogue. The online shop will be promoted by a direct mail campaign and through banner adverts on Freeserve, an official sponsor of the charity.International development charity World Vision has launched its first e-commerce initiative in the form of an online gifts catalogue. The online shop will be promoted by a direct mail campaign and through banner adverts on Freeserve, an official sponsor of the charity.The site has already been soft-launched to supporters and is now being promoted publicly. Advertisement World Vision launch online gift catalogue Visit World Vision’s online catalogue and read UK Fundraising’s coverage of other online trading by charities. 25 total views, 2 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Howard Lake | 17 October 2000 | News AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving. read more
By NAFB News Service – Jul 11, 2019 SHARE Facebook Twitter SHARE Trump: China Letting US Down on Lack of Ag Purchases Previous articleU.S. Tractor, Combine Sales Decline in JuneNext articleUSDA Notes Potential Planted Acreage Change in WASDE NAFB News Service President Donald Trump says China “is letting us down” by not purchasing U.S. agricultural products. China is not buying U.S. ag products as Trump says its leaders promised as part of an effort to negotiate towards ending the trade war. Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping at the G-20 Summit last month agreed to move forward with negotiations and hold off on new tariffs. President Trump said at the time that China was “going to buy farm product” from the United States. However, on Twitter this week, Trump made his comments regarding the lack of purchases, adding, “hopefully they will start soon.” White House economic advisor Larry Kudlow earlier this told reporters the U.S. expects China to begin purchases of U.S. soybeans and wheat.China, meanwhile, has denied claims that the nation agreed to purchase U.S. farm products during those discussions. Trade talks between the U.S. and China stalled in May when U.S. officials say China wanted to reconsider previously agreed-to measures in the talks. Facebook Twitter Home Indiana Agriculture News Trump: China Letting US Down on Lack of Ag Purchases read more
Facebook Previous articleHoward dominates in Frogs victoryNext articleArt, science departments to continue zoo enrichment course Ally Lantz RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR ReddIt Linkedin Ally Lantzhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/ally-lantz/ TCU rowing program strengthens after facing COVID-19 setbacks Ally Lantzhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/ally-lantz/ Facebook ReddIt New sand volleyball courts excite team, students printThree new club sports are seeking approval to start competing next semester.Swimming, trap and skeet, and eventing — an equestrian based club — are all seeking university approval to become club teams.Trap and skeet is one of the largest growing high school sports, said Mary Ellen Milam, associate director of programs for the University Recreation Center.“Students are coming and trying to keep doing that,” Milam said.There are five requirements for teams to be approved as a university club sport. The first step is gaining interest in the desired sport. A team must have at least 10 members and maintain that number to be eligible for becoming a student organization.Next, the club must fill out the forms available on the student organization website to get officially approved by the university.Clubs must be able to compete at a collegiate level, so the third step is to meet with Milam and show that there are other colleges with this particular club. Additionally, clubs must present a sustainability model to prove the sport will not die out over a couple years.The last step is to gain approval from the risk management office in the recreation center. While there are only five steps in the process, funding can be an issue for potential new clubs.Milam said the University Recreation Center doesn’t get any additional money just because new clubs are added.“The amount of money to fund clubs gets dispersed even less to each club with the more clubs we have,” she said.Lack of interest has also caused certain teams to disband or not be able to start. A competitive cycling team was disbanded due to not maintaining 10 members. This has left some students wishing for more sports on campus.“I wish we had softball because I played softball my whole life,” said Haylee Bowden, a sophomore child development major.Even with some of the frustrations that accompany overseeing club sports, Milam said they are an important aspect of university life.“It is that outlet for those individuals who do want to compete with their college experience,” she said. “This may be the last time they get to compete at their sport, at least at the collegiate level.” Women’s basketball adds six new players Linkedin Twitter Twitter TCU students staying for the break to cheer on the Frogs Hockey drops 2-game series to DBU TCU club sports return to play amid pandemic Ally Lantz Ally Lantzhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/ally-lantz/ Volleyball finds success on their home court Ally is a junior history major and journalism minor. She is a sports reporter for TCU 360. Ally Lantzhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/ally-lantz/ + posts read more
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