Moving Averages Headlines

  • here's where you should move your cash

    Customers of National Savings & Investments (NS&I) will find the value of their savings start to lag further behind other options from tomorrow.

    The Telegraph
  • Where to move for… other people

    If you like a busy life, head for Barcelona. Back in the UK, a leafy part of London packs the biggest people punch There is an opinion among some that the UK is overflowing with people– that there is not one square inch of space left. There is a grain of truth in this. Our population has increased over the past 20 years, reaching 66,040,229 in June 2017 (though the growth rate has fallen lately). We have 273 people per square kilometre, according to 2017 World Bank figures: more than France...

    the Guardian
  • Where to move for... stately homes

    If you want to live near a country house, you’re better off looking in the Midlands than along the south coast Not to move into, obviously – we’re not that sort of website. For recreation. Visits to stately homes are booming: admissions to historic houses are up 4% on last year, according to Visit Britain’s stats from August. Is it The Crown, Downton Abbey and Britain’s perennial obsession with class, or the offer of a nice cream tea and a posh playground for the children? The most popular...

    the Guardian
  • Where to move for… LGBTQI communities

    The most progressive places if you’re lesbian, gay, bisexual – with some surprising results Lambeth, south London – as close as possible to the magnificent Royal Vauxhall Tavern (though with all those skyscrapers going up next door, for how long)? Last year, the Office for National Statistics “experimentally” mapped the UK’s population identifying as lesbian, gay or bisexual (though not trans or non-binary) down to local authority level for the first time, and found Lambeth had the country’s...

    the Guardian
  • Below average temperatures for your workweek

    KSBW Chief Meteorologist Lee Solomon has your Tuesday forecast

    KSBW
  • Napoleon's imperial barge on the move again

    A barge built secretly for Napoleon Bonaparte in 1810 to inspect his imperial fleet had its crown removed in a delicate museum operation Tuesday ahead of the vessel’s move to a new home on the coast of Brittany. Since World War II the 18-metre (60-foot) craft has held pride of place at the National Naval Museum in Paris, its ornate crown topped by a cross and supported by four cherubim perched on the vessels roof. …

    Raw Story
  • Democrats moving the goalposts on Kavanaugh, again and again

    For Democrats, it's not over until the leftist wins.

    www.americanthinker.com
  • Stripe is moving in-store with Terminal

    This story was delivered to Business Insider Intelligence "Payments Briefing" subscribers hours before appearing on Business Insider. To be the first to know, please click here. Payments technology provider Stripe announced the launch of Terminal, a new product designed for in-store payment acceptance at brick-and-mortar locations, on Monday, marking the firm’s first move past its flagship suite of digital commerce-related offerings. Terminal includes three components: point-of-sale (POS)...

    Business Insider
  • Kanye West is Moving to Chicago

    Kanye West is moving to Chicago ... but that doesn't mean he's abandoning L.A. Kanye made the announcement Monday at a Windy City event with Chance the Rapper, saying, "I gotta let y'all know that I'm moving back to Chicago and I'm never…

    TMZ
  • Video: Remnants of Florence move through

    Get the latest Boston-area weather forecast.

    WCVB
  • Video: Drier pattern moving in

    Get the latest Boston-area weather forecast.

    WCVB
  • Historic Plano House Moved

    The Collinwood House, built around 1861, was moved to Windhaven Drive, as the first leg of its journey to property belonging to the Haggard family.

    dfw.cbslocal.com
  • Historic Plano House Moved

    The Collinwood House, built around 1861, was moved to Windhaven Drive, as the first leg of its journey to property belonging to the Haggard family.

    CBSDFW
  • Hungary punished for moves against democracy

    The European Parliament voted to punish Hungary for cracking down on democratic institutions, setting off a process that could ultimately lead to the suspension of the country's voting rights in the European Union. CNN's Erin McLaughlin reports.

    CNN
  • 'Doctor Who' is moving to Sunday

    The times, they really are a-changing when it comes to Doctor Who. BBC America announced today that the new season of its flagship science fiction show, the first to star Jodie Whittaker, will screen on Sunday rather than in the series’ traditional Saturday slot. The show will also be broadcast on Sundays in the U.K. and the season premiere will start in the U.S. at the same time as the episode debuts in the U.K. on Oct. 7. The episode will then receive a special encore in its new regular...

    EW.com
  • Moving forward with mRNA medicines

    In cells, ribosomes translate messenger RNA (mRNA) into proteins. And in the nascent field of mRNA therapeutics, researchers and investors are hoping to translate mRNA drugs from the lab to the medicine cabinet. Until now, the mRNA firm Moderna Therapeutics has been secretive about its technology, but now the company is opening up about its progress and challenges, reports an article in Chemical & Engineering News (C&EN), the weekly newsmagazine of the American Chemical Society.

    phys.org
  • How many lipsticks does the average woman own?

    300 The average number of lipsticks women buy over a lifetime

    Mail Online
  • Did you feel the earth move in Fryup?

    An earthquake with a magnitude of 2.8 was recorded deep under the North Yorkshire hamlet.

    Mail Online