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Washington Prime Group: 10% Return Preferred Stock Selection, 40% Uptrend – Washington Prime Group, Inc. (NYSE: WPG)

In today's report, we recommend buying the preferred stock of the Washington Prime Group (WPG), a mall REIT. The two preferred shares are: Washington Prime Group, 7.50% Series H Repayment Preferred Securities (WPG.PH) or WPG-H – 10.2% Return Washington Prime Group Inc. 6 7/8% Cum Red Pfd Series I (WPG.PI) or WPG-I – 10.4% Yield These two issues are OUR …

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The intelligent glasses from Vuzix are not yet prepared for prime time

As a reminder, the blade is essentially a modern reissue of Google Glass. As I said in my first hands-on experiment, the Blade is not meant to compete with augmented reality headsets like Microsoft's Magic Leap or HoloLens. Instead, it's a smartphone companion, much like a smartwatch. Instead of receiving notifications on your wrist, you would see them floating in …

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Brexit: The prime minister could delay the final vote on Brexit

Media playback is not supported on your device. Media Signature Theresa May says she needs "some time" to hold further talks with the EU. Theresa May has made plans to circumvent the Commons rules to get a Brexit agreement in time for Britain's exit from the EU on March 29. The Prime Minister told MEPs that they would lift the …

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Pakistan's Prime Minister warns in Dubai of "painful" reforms news

Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan said his country needed "painful" economic reforms to reduce its debt soon after meeting with the IMF chief. In a speech at the World Government Summit in Dubai on Sunday, Khan said his government faced a massive budget deficit when it took office in 2018 and sought to cut it. "I repeat, the reforms are …

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The Thai king condemns his sister's attempt to run for the prime minister

Thailand's king has described his sister's nomination as prime minister candidate as "extremely inappropriate" and unconstitutional after the news had sent shockwaves through the country. Early Friday, Princess Ubolratana Mahidol (67) was announced to have been nominated as candidate of the Prime Minister of the opposition party Thai Raksa Chart Party, a party that had long believed to be against …

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Thailand election 2019: Princess Ubolratana enters prime minister race

Princess Ubolratana Rajakanya, the 67-year-old elder sister of King Vajiralongkorn, wants to run for the Thai Raksa Chart Party (Thai Save The Nation) aligned with populist prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra, who was ousted by the military in a 2005 coup. Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-Cha, who announced his own candidacy Friday. Thai Raksa Chart Party chief Lt. Preechapon Pongpanich confirmed the …

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All genre television and movies coming to Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Prime in February 2019

We have a top-notch new genre show coming to stream this month, some interesting originals outside of it, and some awesome TV shows and movie series that you're sure to visit again. So, what's the streaming for this month? Netflix's biggest rollout is most likely the comic-based Umbrella Academy series featuring their X-Men -sque, punk-rock story. The streaming service also …

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Amazon Prime has almost five times as many movies as Netflix

By Charlie Ridgely – January 28, 2019 Although Netflix can be regarded as the preferred streaming service for movie fans around the world, it does not have the largest movie library's most popular options on the market Market. In fact, this title belongs to Amazon Prime Video, which has almost five times as many movies as Netflix on its list. …

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Canada's Prime Minister fires his ambassador to China

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau dismissed Canada's ambassador to China after the envoy said it was "great" for the US to drop its extradition request for a Chinese technology expert arrested in Canada. Trudeau said on Saturday he had asked and accepted John McCallum's resignation on Friday night. McCallum made the comment on the Toronto Star on Friday. That came one …

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