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Simon Cowell issues ‘good advice’ on riding electric bike after breaking his back

Simon Cowell issues ‘good advice’ on riding electric bike after breaking his back

Entertainment
Simon Cowell has thanked medics following surgery on his broken back after he fell while testing a new electric bike.The entertainment mogul was taken to hospital where he had an operation on Saturday night, which involved a number of procedures including having a metal rod put in his back. Cowell is understood to have been with his six-year-old son Eric at the time of the fall at his house in Malibu. Image: Cowell's partner, Lauren Silverman, accompanied him to the hospital In a post to his 11.3 million Twitter followers following his surgery, Cowell wrote: "Some good advice... If you buy an electric trail bike, read the manual before you ride it for the first time."I have broken part of my back. Thank you to everyone for your kind m...
'The bike will retire me' Tom Cruise vows to carry on riding

'The bike will retire me' Tom Cruise vows to carry on riding

Entertainment
GC RISKS: Tom Cruise filming in Paris, France, in April last year The Hollywood actor declared: “The bike will retire me, I won’t retire the bike.”He spoke out after his pal George Clooney was rushed to hospital in Italy when his scooter collided with a car.Clooney was thrown 20ft in the air before landing on the windscreen and being tossed to the ground.The former ER actor miraculously escaped with minor injuries while filming his new series Catch-22. GETTY RECOVERING: George “The bike will retire me, I won’t retire the bike.” Tom Cruise Now adrenaline junkie Cru...
Investors are set on riding the equity rally all the way through to Christmas

Investors are set on riding the equity rally all the way through to Christmas

Finance
With 41 days to go, it seems Christmas has come early this year for many investors.The returns in 2017, at least for equity investors, are staggering. The DAX is higher by some 16 percent since the start of the year; the S&P 500 has rallied 15 percent with both markets hitting record after record; and previously unloved emerging markets like Brazil have spiked 20 percent.Driving this is what many call a "sweet spot" for investors: a backdrop of solid growth, low inflation, strong corporate earnings and continuously supportive monetary policy from central banks, despite efforts to gradually tighten stimulus.On top of that, we are still expecting U.S. President Donald Trump's tax reform to be passed before year-end, which could give another fillip to risky assets, when eventually approve...