0 Comments Northern Ireland Secretary of State Karen Bradley leaked briefing notes [full text] BelfastTelegraph.co.uk The Northern Ireland Office has mistakenly sent out Secretary of State Karen Bradley's briefing notes ahead of a event on Monday. https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/northern-ireland-secretary-of-state-karen-bradley-leaked-briefing-notes-full-text-37021407.html https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/article37021413.ece/7cc59/AUTOCROP/h342/2018-01-11_new_37603192_I2.JPG Email The Northern Ireland Office has mistakenly sent out Secretary of State Karen Bradley's briefing notes ahead of a event on Monday. It outlines the reasons behind Monday's event, directions to it, what will happen and who is coordinating each aspect of the visit and Mrs Bradley's speaking notes - details of which can not be reported due to an embargo. However, it goes on to outline that a "limited number of journalists" will be allowed to ask … [Read more...] about Northern Ireland Secretary of State Karen Bradley leaked briefing notes [full text]
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Twitter shares hit a three-year high following confirmation it will be added to the US benchmark S&P 500 from June 7. But will it stay in the index for long? The committee that decides which shares are included in the S&P 500 has given Twitter a very valuable “like”. The shares will be included in the most significant index in the world, forcing trackers and exchange-traded funds to buy the shares. Indeed, index funds tracking the S&P 500 have more than $700bn under management, according to research firm Lipper. Many of these will be buy shares on June 7, raising the possibility of a further bump in its share price. The news sent the micro-blogging site’s valuation up by 5% and the share hit a three-year high. The space in the index was created by the takeover of Monsanto by Germany’s Bayer. Another tech group, Netflix, will also be added to the S&P 100. However, whether the group stays in the index will depend on its future share-price … [Read more...] about Will Twitter’s place in the S&P 500 keep its shares buoyant?