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Manchester United news LIVE: Ed Woodward responds to transfer criticism, Alex Telles deal agreed, Solskjaer ‘working hard’ for more signings

Manchester United news LIVE: Ed Woodward responds to transfer criticism, Alex Telles deal agreed, Solskjaer ‘working hard’ for more signings

Sports
Manchester United start their their Premier League season a week later than most others and will hope to have more signings through the door by the time they welcome Crystal Palace to Old Trafford. The club have secured just one deal so far in this window – bringing in Donny van de Beek from Ajax for £40million. Borussia Dortmund star Jadon Sancho remains their top target, while numerous other players are being linked with a move to Old Trafford. Keep up to date with all the latest Manchester United news and transfer gossip below… Sign up to play Dream Team 2020/21 now It’s completely free to play Play the traditional Season game as well as Draft There’s a hefty jackpot up for grabs across 2020/21 SIGN UP TO PLAY HERE Let's block ads! (Why?)
Rights group: More than 300 detained at Minsk women’s march

Rights group: More than 300 detained at Minsk women’s march

World
Police in the capital of Belarus have cracked down sharply on a women's protest march demanding the authoritarian president's resignationBy YURAS KARMANAU Associated PressSeptember 19, 2020, 8:07 PM• 3 min readShare to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail this articleKYIV, Ukraine -- Police in the capital of Belarus cracked down sharply Saturday on a women’s protest march demanding the authoritarian president’s resignation, arresting more than 300 including an elderly woman who has become a symbol of the six weeks of protest that have roiled the country.More than 2,000 women took part in the march in Minsk. Such anti-government marches have become a regular feature of the unprecedented wave of large, persistent protests that began after the Aug. 9 presidential election. Officials said President A

Refinancing your mortgage will cost more thanks to an ‘adverse market’ fee

Finance
Getty ImagesIf you've thought about refinancing your mortgage, be aware that it may soon be a more expensive proposition.Due to a 0.5% "adverse market" fee, effective Dec. 1 and imposed on lenders by mortgage backers Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, many homeowners are expected to absorb at least some of the cost when they refinance (certain refis are exempt, including those for loan balances below $ 125,000)."If you assume it takes two months to close [on the refinance], anything applied for after early October could push to December," said Joel Kan, associate vice president of economic and industry forecasting for the Mortgage Bankers Association.For a $ 280,000 mortgage, the 0.5% fee would mean your lender is an extra $ 1,400 when your loan is sold to Fannie or Freddie. The expectation is...

Big tech needs more time to work off major excesses, top money manager Jeff Mills warns

Finance
Big tech's record win streak may just be on hiatus.Bryn Mawr's Jeff Mills believes the group will regain its market leadership. But before it does, he warns investors will have to brace for some more wild swings as the group works off major excesses."Earlier in the summer, you had something like 85% or 90% of technology stocks trading over their short-term 50-day moving average. That's very healthy, solid momentum. That has broken down now into the mid-50s," the firm's chief investment officer told CNBC's "Trading Nation" on Friday. "But we're still not oversold."The tech-heavy Nasdaq is coming off its worst week since March 20. It's now just a hair out or correction territory, which implies at least a 10% drop from record highs.Former high-flying mega cap growth names ...

Dow futures jump more than 150 points as Wall Street tries to recover after tech struggles

Finance
People walk by the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) on May 18, 2020 in New York City.Spencer Platt | Getty ImagesU.S. stock futures rose on Sunday night after a sell-off in tech shares led to the market's first back-to-back weekly declines in months.Dow Jones Industrial Average futures traded 158 points higher, or 0.6%. The S&P 500 also climbed 0.6% and Nasdaq 100 futures were up by 0.8%. The S&P 500 fell by 2.5% last week. It was the broader-market index's worst one-week drop since June 26. That decline also marked the first time since May that the S&P 500 closed lower in two straight weeks.Those losses were driven in large part by a steep drop in tech, the best-performing market sector year to date. The S&P 500 tech sector plunged more than 4% for its biggest weekly lo...