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Del Boy steps in to save Nelson Mandela house from demolition

Entertainment
The Only Fools and Horses hero wants the real-life block of flats that was home to the show's colourful characters to be listed and preserved.The building, Harlech Tower in Ealing, west London, is set to be knocked down and turned into a £1billion flats complex. Sir David agrees with outraged fans of the BBC sitcom who say the piece of British TV history should be saved from the diggers.He said: "Of course I do [want it listed], but they're not going to listen to me are they? What a shame."It was probably of its time, that's why we used it, it was great."There are plans for 1,950 homes to be initially built on the site, with more than 3,000 more planned.Meanwhile, the 78-year-old actor revealed he was prepared to reprise his role as the cheeky wheeler-dealer for a new Only Fools musi...
Take these steps to control your (over)reaction in the face of market volatility

Take these steps to control your (over)reaction in the face of market volatility

Finance
Gyrating markets, rising rates and significant market volatility will always create anxiety for investors and leave them with a bad, sinking feeling. Those big swings typically cause investors great concern, no matter the rise or fall. But what is the root of the anxiety? Behavioral science suggests that humans are "uncertainty reduction" machines. That's one of the reasons why we can get a reward for putting money at risk in the markets ... that is, if we stay invested. Which brings us to the market volatility in the fourth quarter of the year. Headlines relating to the Dow "plunging" more than 800 points back on Oct.10 &mda...
It's been a rough month for stocks. Take these steps to safeguard your portfolio

It's been a rough month for stocks. Take these steps to safeguard your portfolio

Finance
Many investors are breathing a sigh of relief following Monday's market rout and subsequent rally. That doesn't mean you should get too comfortable just yet. Even as the Dow Jones Industrial Average has gained about 650 points in the past two days, it is still down 5.1 percent for October. That makes it the worst month since January 2016. The S&P 500 has dropped 6.9 percent this month, the worst since September 2011. Financial experts emphasize that does not mean you should panic. But you should double check your strategy. ...
RBI’s prompt corrective action just baby steps before weak banks leap

RBI’s prompt corrective action just baby steps before weak banks leap

Finance
The Mint Street and North Block are in a tug of war on the Prompt Corrective Action (PCA) framework for weak banks. The finance ministry wants to soften the restrictions on banks under PCA. RBI, which imposes them, is resisting it. There could be more to this than meets the eye. “There is an assertion being made in some circles that imposition of the PCA has starved the Indian economy of credit. There is little factual basis for this assertion, either for the overall economy or at sectoral level… There is also a call for more lending by PCA banks to large industries where the overall credit growth remains muted,” Reserve Bank of India deputy governor Viral Acharya said earlier this month. The government was demanding dilution of restrictions, such as prohibition on lendi...
6 Steps to Reset Your Diet After Thanksgiving

6 Steps to Reset Your Diet After Thanksgiving

Health
If, despite every intention of balance and moderation you completely overindulged on Thanksgiving, don't panic. While a gluttonous yesterday may leave you feeling sluggish and heavy today, the truth is that a handful of simple strategies can help you undo the damage and get back on track fast. Here are six tried and true steps to help you lighten up, and get those uncomfortably tight jeans feeling loose again.RELATED: Best and Worst Foods for Bloating Step 1: Get back to your normal eating schedule I know you may be tempted to just not eat, but skipping meals only forces your body to shift into conservation mode and burn fewer calories. Skipping can also make you more likel...