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Morgan Stanley Bets on These 3 Stocks; Sees Over 40% Upside

Did the stock market’s epic rally just need a little breather? The last few weeks have seen stocks experience their first meaningful correction since the bull market kicked off in March. Now, the question swirling around the Street is, will the rally pick back up again, or is more downside on the way?According to Morgan Stanley’s chief U.S. equity strategist Mike Wilson, uncertainty regarding the presidential election and stalemate on the next stimulus package could lead to declines in September and October. “On the correction, there’s still downside as markets digest the risk of congressional gridlock on the next fiscal deal. While we think something will ultimately get done, it will likely take another few weeks to get it over the goal line,” he noted.However, Wilson argues the recent volatility in no way signals the end of the

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Dementia development planned to offer support for Runcorn residents

Halton-based housing association and developer Signature Supported Housing has revealed its plans for a class-leading 36-apartment supported living development, alongside a community hub to bring the residents of Runcorn together.

Carnegie Court would see the existing Waterloo Centre, which has been deemed dangerous by the council, demolished and the land turned into a specialist accommodation for people living with early onset dementia.

The adjoining Grade II-listed Carnegie Library would be sympathetically refurbished to create a community hub which would become home to a wide range of outreach services for the wider community, including community groups, library, employment services, NHS clinics, counselling, IT facilities, meeting rooms and workshops which would serve the community of Runcorn.

Owner and managing director of Signature Supported Housing, Rob Bryan, said: “Historically, people living with dementia have been housed in unsuitable accommodation tucked away, almost out of sight.

“Carnegie Court would place them at the heart

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Planned Obsolescence and Your Right to Repair

Have you ever wondered why some consumer goods don’t last? From cell phones to household appliances and clothing to automobile tires, some products we use
every day could last much longer. But they don’t.

Have you ever wondered why major purchases — such as vehicles or large
appliances — always seem to break down immediately after a manufacturer’s
warranty expires?

Or perhaps you’ve asked how an advanced society can manufacture materials
durable enough to venture into space, but cannot produce a car tire that will
last more than a few years? The answer lies in planned obsolescence. It’s a
marketing and manufacturing trick meant to keep you buying

In this post, we’ll take a close look at planned obsolescence. We’ll uncover
some manufacturers using these questionable practices, and we’ll explain the
Right to Repair movement
— a modern campaign
promoting US consumers’ right to maintain their purchases for

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Risk of Rain 2 Will Receive One More Free Content Update, Paid Expansions Planned

These expansions will have contain equivalent to multiple content updates in one package.

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Hopoo Games’ Risk of Rain 2 left early access last month, graduating to its 1.0 state and garnering strong critical praise. The roguelite shooter has been successful since its first entered early access but what does the developer have planned yet? In a new Steam post, the developer outlined plans to release one more free content update.

This update is special because it will feature the internal content that had to be cut during development. “We’re incredibly passionate about the game, and there’s so much we wanted to do during Early Access that we haven’t had the time to do yet. Our goal for this content update is to complete internal content we had to cut, and to do another pass on feedback from players. We have no timeline or release date on this update, and will

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‘Taking an eraser’ to Australia’s wildlife: ad blitz planned to fight environment law | Wildlife

Conservation groups will launch an advertising campaign aimed at building support for stronger national environment laws in response to what they say is a “breach of faith” by the Morrison government.

Groups including Birdlife Australia, WWF and the Australian Conservation Foundation will begin a “Before it’s gone” campaign on Sunday with radio, print, TV and billboard advertisements featuring high-profile species including the koala and greater glider.

It follows the Morrison government this week introducing legislation to hand greater powers to the states that included no measures to ensure maintained or strengthened protection for threatened species or ecosystems.

The environment minister, Sussan Ley, told Guardian Australia commentary in response to the bill had been misleading.

She said there would be future announcements from the government about its response to the independent review of Australia’s national environmental laws, chaired by the former competition watchdog head Graeme Samuel.

“I completely reject misleading commentary

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Nintendo Switch: New, premium version of games console planned with 4K graphics and more computing power, report claims | The Independent

Nintendo could be planning a new, premium version of the Switch with 4K graphics and better performance, according to new reports.

The company is planning to release a version of the portable console with better specifications next year, according to a new Bloomberg report, which follows other similar leaks from the supply chain.

The original Switch was released in 2017. While Nintendo has released other versions since – including upgrading its battery life as well as releasing a Lite version that did away with the option to plug into a television – the console has gone largely unchanged since that first release.

The addition of 4K graphics and other upgraded features would come as rival console makers release new products with vastly upgraded hardware. Both the Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 are due at the end of this year, and both are leaning heavily on improved speed and performance.

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