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Look: Taemin shares tracklist for ‘Never Gonna Dance Again: Act 1’

Look: Taemin shares tracklist for ‘Never Gonna Dance Again: Act 1’

Entertainment
Aug. 27 (UPI) -- South Korean singer Taemin is gearing up to release his new solo album. The 27-year-old K-pop star, a member of the boy band SHINee, shared a tracklist Thursday for Never Gonna Dance Again: Act 1, part one of his fourth album. Advertisement Act 1 features the songs "Criminal," "Black Rose," "Strangers," "Waiting For," "Famous," "Clockwork," "Just Me and You," "Nemo" and "2 Kids." Taemin also released a teaser video showing the album's songs on different slides. Taemin shared a schedule of events for Act 1 on Sunday. He will release teaser images and album details Saturday, then share teaser images and mood samplers Sunday and Monday. Taemin will release new teaser images Sept. 1-5, as well as a music video teaser for "Criminal" Sept. 5. He will share another music video ...

Shares of Singapore’s top banks fall after regulator limits dividend payouts for 2020

Finance
Automated teller machines of the three Singapore-listed banks: OCBC, DBS and UOB.Munshi Ahmed | Bloomberg | Getty ImagesShares of Singapore's top three banks tumbled on Thursday after the country's financial regulator asked lenders to cap dividends this year in light of the economic uncertainty, due in part to the coronavirus pandemic.The country's second-largest bank, Oversea-Chinese Banking Corp, suffered the biggest lose after ending the day at 3.82% lower than the previous day. Its peers DBS Group Holdings and United Overseas Bank fell 3.09% and 3.15%, respectively, at the close. The three banks account for around one-third of the benchmark Straits Times Index, which dipped 1.7% on Thursday.The country's financial regulator and central bank, the Monetary Author...
Katie Price shares hospital video of son Harvey and says he feels ‘a lot better’

Katie Price shares hospital video of son Harvey and says he feels ‘a lot better’

Entertainment
Katie Price's son has thanked fans for their well-wishes and said he feels "better" after he was admitted to intensive care.Harvey, 18, suffers from partial blindness, Prader-Willi syndrome, autism, and learning and behavioural difficulties, as a result of a rare genetic disorder. Price, 42, posted a video of her cuddling her son on Instagram, captioned: "Hey Harvey in his own words." In it, the model and TV star says he is feeling "a lot better" and asks him: "Harv, what do you want to say to all them people who have given you lovely messages? Do you want to say thank you to everyone?"Harvey responds: "Thank you everyone." ...
Riley Keough shares message to late brother Ben: ‘I can’t believe you’ve left me’

Riley Keough shares message to late brother Ben: ‘I can’t believe you’ve left me’

Entertainment
July 18 (UPI) -- Actress Riley Keough shared on Instagram Saturday a message for her brother Benjamin Keough, who died last weekend. The Keoughs are the grandchildren of late rock 'n' roll icon Elvis Presley, and the children of musicians Lisa Marie Presley and Danny Keough. Advertisement Benjamin Keough, also a singer and actor, died Sunday of suicide. He was 27. "Mornings are the hardest. I forget you're gone," Riley, 31, wrote in her post, which also featured a gallery of candid photos of her and her sibling. "I can't cry because of the fear that I will never stop. A pain that's new to me. You. There are no words for you. Angel is the closest I could think of. Pure light. Baby brother. Best friend. Wild man. Intellectual. Witness to my life. Twin soul. Protector. Too sensitive for this...
US shares hit as virus surge revives economic fears

US shares hit as virus surge revives economic fears

Business
Financial markets in the US dropped more than 2% on Wednesday as a rise in coronavirus cases raised the prospect of another round of lockdown measures.New York and two nearby states announced a quarantine on visitors from some US hotspots, while Europe was said to be considering a ban on US visitors.The new rules revived concerns about the path of America's fledgling economic recovery.Shares in travel, retail and energy firms were among the hardest hit.Cruise lines Carnival, Royal Caribbean and Norwegian tumbled more than 11%, while retailer Gap and shopping mall owner Simon Property Group fell more than 7%.Energy firms, already grappling with a drop in demand for oil, also slumped, with giants Exxon and Chevron both down more than 4%.Disney, which has se...