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Manchester United news: 'They'll be like three new signings this season' – fans react to Madrid win

Manchester United news: 'They'll be like three new signings this season' – fans react to Madrid win

Sports
Manchester United have experienced a fruitful pre-season so farMonday, July 24, 2017Manchester United beat Real Madrid in a farcical friendly penalty shoot-out, but there were plenty of positives for Red Devils fans to take from the game.United made it four games unbeaten, winning 2-1 on spot-kicks following a 1-1 draw, as they made it four matches unbeaten so far in pre-season.As Jose Mourinho builds towards the 2017-18 campaign there were also some concerning displays from his players, but the general feeling is one of optimism among United fans.Here is a selection of reaction from Red Devils supporters...Let's block ads! (Why?)
12 Financial Truths (Including Some You Won’t Like)

12 Financial Truths (Including Some You Won’t Like)

Finance
Shutterstock photoBy Levi Roethler via Iris.xyz Ever since the end of World War II, the United States has largely been a proponent of economic liberalization, especially with the respect to trade. The reasons for this are two-fold: One, market integration promotes peace (finally the end of large-scale armies invading neighboring countries). Two, liberalization helps stimulate the global economy.… Click to read more at ETFtrends.com.The views and opinions expressed herein are the views and opinions of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of Nasdaq, Inc.This article was provided by our partner Tom Lydon of etftrends.com.Let's block ads! (Why?) Latest Articles in
Hand-washing is like hitting a reset button in the brain

Hand-washing is like hitting a reset button in the brain

Science
June 12 (UPI) -- Hand-washing has surprising effects on the human brain. According to a series of experiments conducted by researchers at the University of Toronto, the act of hand-washing leads to more flexible thinking.Researchers found the intellectual priorities of study participants who had disinfected their hands with cleansing wipes were more malleable. In other words, a person's goals were more easily reoriented after hand-washing.To begin the experiment, researchers at Toronto's Rotman School of Management primed participants for a specific goal or behavioral outcome using word games or surveys. Participants were then asked to either evaluate a cleansing hand wipe or use one.Participants who used a hand wipe proved to be less influenced by their priming. They were less likely to a...