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A trading chart suggests stocks face a heightened risk of a 10-20% correction

A trading chart suggests stocks face a heightened risk of a 10-20% correction

Finance
The market may begin looking different after Labor Day. Even though stocks just completed a banner month, the Economic Cycle Research Institute's Lakshman Achuthan is waving a warning flag. Achuthan believes there's a heightened risk of a sell-off that could wipe out the recent all-time highs. He used a special chart of the S&P 500 over time on CNBC's "Trading Nation" to make his case. "What's unique about this chart is that we've marked off the slowdowns in the economy — the so-called growth rate cycle slowdowns," the institute's co-founder...
Weinstein must face trafficking lawsuit from Briton

Weinstein must face trafficking lawsuit from Briton

Entertainment
Harvey Weinsten will have to face a lawsuit from a British actress who accuses him of breaking sex trafficking laws by inviting her to a French hotel room and assaulting her. A federal judge in New York denied the disgraced movie producer's attempt to dismiss Kadian Noble's case and it will now proceed to trial.Judge Robert Sweet said on Tuesday the case was "not an archetypal sex trafficking action" but that the claims "plausibly establish" that Weinstein violated the Trafficking Victims Protection Act.The lawsuit claims Weinstein "was able to force or coerce Kadian into sexual activity in his hotel room because of his promise to her of a film role and use of his influence on her behalf". Image: Kadian Noble announced her lawsui...
Patients face autism referral and assessment 'lottery'

Patients face autism referral and assessment 'lottery'

Health
Children and adults in England can face a wait of more than two years for an autism assessment, a Freedom of Information request has revealed.National guidelines state that the process of diagnosis should start within three months of being referred. But a request for data by the Lib Dems has revealed what campaigners describe as a "postcode lottery". The government said it would start collecting and publishing waiting times.The National Autistic Society said people were missing out on educational, health and social support as a result of lengthy waits to be assessed. The longest waiting times between referral and the start of an assessment in 2016-17 were: 848 days for an adult and 799 days for a child in Berkshire Healthcar...
Study: Healthy obese people don't face increased death risk

Study: Healthy obese people don't face increased death risk

Health
July 12 (UPI) -- People who are obese but otherwise healthy do not have an increased rate of mortality, according to a study in Toronto -- conflicting with results of a major study in Europe. Researchers at York University's Faculty of Health followed 54,089 men and women from five cohort studies through 2017. Participants who were otherwise healthy were compared with those with elevated glucose, blood pressure or lipids alone or another metabolic factor, including smoking status, ethnicity, age and lifestyle. Their findings were published Thursday in the journal Clinical Obesity. "This is in contrast with most of the literature and we think this is because most studies have defined metabolic healthy obesity as having up to one metabolic risk factor," said study leader Dr. Jennifer Kuk, ...
Liverpool FC news: Jurgen Klopp admits Loris Karius will continue to face criticism after howler in Tranmere friendly

Liverpool FC news: Jurgen Klopp admits Loris Karius will continue to face criticism after howler in Tranmere friendly

Sports
in the spotlight The Reds goalkeeper made another mistake in a pre-season friendly against Rovers Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp accepts goalkeeper Loris Karius is going to be regularly scrutinised and criticised until he puts together a string of good performances. The German’s handling was back in the spotlight after he spilled a free-kick which allowed Tranmere to score in the Reds’ 3-2 friendly win at Prenton Park. Karius has not had the stress-free pre-season he would’ve wanted Tranmere’s official Twitter account initially posted a video of the howler but quickly took it down. Karius was at fault for two of Real Madrid’s three goals in May’s Champions League final defeat – after which it was reve...