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Masters 2021: Get £170 in FREE BETS at Augusta this week

Masters 2021: Get £170 in FREE BETS at Augusta this week

Sports
THE Masters gets underway in Augusta on Thursday. And talkSPORT are on hand with the best sign-up offers for The Masters 2021, adding up to £170 in free bets! GETTY The Masters begins on April 8 and will conclude on April 11 NEW CUSTOMER OFFERS: 18+, T&C’s Apply  BETFAIR GET UP TO £100 IN FREE BETS HERE* … PADDY POWER GET A £10 FREE BET HERE* … WILLIAM HILL BET £10 GET £40 FREE HERE* … BOYLESPORTS BET £10 GET £20 FREE HERE* Mobile only … The Masters odds (Paddy Power) Outright winner Bryson DeChambeau – 17/2 Dustin Johnson – 9/1 Jordan Spieth – 10/1 Justin Thomas – 10/1 Jon Rahm – 11/1 Rory McIlroy – 16/1 Patrick Cantlay – 20/1 Xander Scha...
Best free bets and odds: Today’s Premier League action – Wolves vs Liverpool

Best free bets and odds: Today’s Premier League action – Wolves vs Liverpool

Sports
Liverpool must win if they are to keep their hopes of a top-four finish alive. They take on Wolves away from home tonight as Nuno Espirito Santo’s side are stuck in mid-table. AFP Don’t miss the best bets for today’s action And we have the best bets and sign up offers from Paddy Power, William Hill, Betfair and 888 Sport for punters to pick from below. Today’s best bets Mohamed Salah To Score First – WAS 5/2 (Top Price Guaranteed) NOW 3/1 (William Hill – CLAIM HERE*)Mo Salah to have 3 or more shots on target WAS 3/1 NOW 4/1 (Paddy Power – CLAIM HERE*)Pedro Neto To Have Over 1 Shot On Target – WAS 17/5 NOW 9/2 (William Hill – CLAIM HERE*) BET BONUS: FREE BETS AND SIGN UP OFFERS YOU CAN CLAIM TODAY ...
Primark bets on last year’s fashion for April reopening

Primark bets on last year’s fashion for April reopening

Business
Getty ImagesPrimark owner Associated British Foods says it hopes to offload millions of pounds worth of clothing stock when its shops reopen in England on 12 April.The High Street giant does not offer online sales and says it expects to have lost £1.1bn in sales due to the latest lockdown closures.It plans to sell more than £400m of last year's stock to help plug the gap.Primark said its 153 stores would reopen in England on 12 April, and in Scotland on 26 April.Unlike rivals, the retailer had no online operation to shift stock when stores were closed during lockdowns.But Primark is not set up to sell online, and has said the costs involved in distribution and sales online would mean price rises for customers. Primark's £1.1bn sales drop contrasts with online only fashion retailers such a...
Out of 10 biggest small investor bets, only one shone in 2020; 9 eroded wealth

Out of 10 biggest small investor bets, only one shone in 2020; 9 eroded wealth

Finance
NEW DELHI: The biggest bets of retail investors failed to deliver strong returns in Calendar 2020, even when the equity benchmarks are ending the year at record highs. Investors holding shares worth up to Rs 2 lakh bought additional stakes of 9.5-23 percentage points in 10 of the BSE500 companies during the first three quarters of the year. All but Laurus Labs delivered poor returns: seven of them ended up eroding up to 77 per cent of investor wealth; two delivered a tepid return of 3 per cent each. In comparison, BSE Sensex gained 15 per cent for the year. Kishore Biyani’s Future Retail eroded 77 per cent of retail investors’ wealth during the year. Retail investors held 25.09 per cent stake in this company as of September 30 compared with 2.22 per cent held on December 31, 2019. Future C...
Investors’ next high-yield bets should be on ocean sustainability, researchers say

Investors’ next high-yield bets should be on ocean sustainability, researchers say

Finance
Workers use a crane to land a dip net laden with barramundi from a pen onto the harvest boat at the Kuhlbarra fish farm, operated by Barramundi Asia Pte, off the coast of Singapore, on Tuesday, May 26, 2020. The Singapore Food Agency, set up last year to oversee food safety and security, aims to increase local production to 30% by 2030, from less than 10%.Lauren Ishak | Bloomberg | Getty ImagesAs the world grapples with climate change and an economic downturn, new research from the World Resources Institute suggests that sustainable ocean-based investments will yield benefits at least five times greater than the costs. Over the next 30 years, investing $ 2 trillion to $ 3.7 trillion globally across several sustainable ocean-based policy interventions would generate a net benefit of $ ...