CRDB Bank Plc (CRDB.tz) listed on the Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange under the Banking sector has released it’s 2005 abridged results.For more information about CRDB Bank Plc (CRDB.tz) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the CRDB Bank Plc (CRDB.tz) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: CRDB Bank Plc (CRDB.tz) 2005 abridged results.Company ProfileCRDB Bank Plc is a wholly-owned private commercial bank in Tanzania offering a comprehensive range of retail, commercial, corporate, treasury, premier and wholesale microfinance services. The company has an extensive infrastructure of branches, ATMs and deposit and mobile terminals and uses a vast network of Fahari Huduma agents which are microfinance agents. The retail division offers financial solutions which range from current and fixed deposit accounts to home purchase and construction loans, refinancing and cash back services. The corporate division provides financial service across the board; including documentary collection, letters of credit, guarantees, structured trade finance, treasury services and foreign exchange risk management. Established in 1996, CRDP Bank Plc has three subsidiary companies; CRB Bank Plc Burundi, CRDB Microfinance and CRDB Insurance Brokers.CRDB Bank Plc is listed on the Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange
Paul Summers owns shares of Greggs. The Motley Fool UK has no position in any of the shares mentioned. Views expressed on the companies mentioned in this article are those of the writer and therefore may differ from the official recommendations we make in our subscription services such as Share Advisor, Hidden Winners and Pro. Here at The Motley Fool we believe that considering a diverse range of insights makes us better investors. Are Greggs shares too cheap to ignore? Paul Summers | Monday, 27th July, 2020 | More on: GRG For a few years, baker Greggs (LSE: GRG) has been the toast of the high street. Savvy marketing combined with low-ticket treats had people queueing outside the FTSE 250 member’s stores. There were even ‘midnight openings’ for new products. From an investment perspective, Greggs has been even sweeter. Go back to 2013 and the stock changed hands for around 400p. Fast forward to this January and the very same shares were trading at 2,550p a pop. Who needs a high-flying electric car company when you can make a very healthy profit from the humble sausage roll? 5G is here – and shares of this ‘sleeping giant’ could be a great way for you to potentially profit!According to one leading industry firm, the 5G boom could create a global industry worth US$12.3 TRILLION out of thin air…And if you click here we’ll show you something that could be key to unlocking 5G’s full potential…Greggs vs Covid-19Since then, of course, the world has been turned upside down. The arrival of the coronavirus on UK shores resulted in people being unable to get their Greggs fix. It may have been bucking the trend of listed companies on the high street, but that mattered little when said high street was shut for business. Thankfully, we now appear to be through the worst. Greggs, however, is staying cautious, almost totally suspending its new shop opening programme and accelerating its delivery and click & collect services. It’s also been negotiating rent reductions with landlords.However, it would seem that investors aren’t inclined to wait around for normal business to resume. At Friday’s close, Greggs shares fetched 1,481p — 42% off their all-time high.The question is whether this price is fair or even a downright steal. For now, I’m inclined to go with the former.Baked in?I don’t think there can be any doubt that Greggs possesses many of the hallmarks of a great business. It generates consistently excellent returns on capital (low-to-mid 20%), has a strong brand, a loyal following and solid finances. Margins are also higher than you might expect — around 10%. All that said, there are reasons to think the shares could still have further to fall. For one, it’s looking like the UK economy will take longer to revive than first thought.While recent figures show retail sales are improving, it would seem that many of us are struggling to break the new habit of buying more online and less from physical shops. In addition to this, a lot of office workers are still to return to their desks and the number of people filtering through train stations and airports is clearly still less than it was. All of these things impact on early morning and lunchtime sales at Greggs.Tomorrow’s interim results will provide an inkling on how the company is faring post-lockdown, but I’m not expecting anything remotely pretty in the numbers just yet. After all, Greggs already stated in June that it expects sales will be “lower than normal for some time” and that it will be limiting its product range to best-sellers as a result.Contrarian betNothing can be guaranteed when it comes to stocks and being an existing holder of Greggs no doubt makes me biased. However, I struggle to imagine why it won’t bounce back even stronger once the coronavirus dust settles. For this reason, I’m likely to increase my (still modest) holding if the share price continues heading downwards in the near term. Successful investing involves distinguishing between companies experiencing short-term blips and those suffering game-changing problems. Greggs, I believe, is surely in the first category.I’m getting ready to tuck in. Renowned stock-picker Mark Rogers and his analyst team at The Motley Fool UK have named 6 shares that they believe UK investors should consider buying NOW.So if you’re looking for more stock ideas to try and best position your portfolio today, then it might be a good day for you. Because we’re offering a full 33% off your first year of membership to our flagship share-tipping service, backed by our ‘no quibbles’ 30-day subscription fee refund guarantee. Image source: Getty Images. 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Our 6 ‘Best Buys Now’ Shares Simply click below to discover how you can take advantage of this. Click here to claim your free copy of this special investing report now! Alan Oscroft owns shares of Persimmon. The Motley Fool UK has recommended British Land Co. Views expressed on the companies mentioned in this article are those of the writer and therefore may differ from the official recommendations we make in our subscription services such as Share Advisor, Hidden Winners and Pro. Here at The Motley Fool we believe that considering a diverse range of insights makes us better investors. Enter Your Email Address 2 FTSE 100 dividend shares I’d buy for my Stocks and Shares ISA in this market rally Alan Oscroft | Wednesday, 18th November, 2020 | More on: BDEV BLND 2020 is turning out to be a great year for those looking for FTSE 100 shares for their Stocks and Shares ISA. Especially newcomers, who aren’t suffering any falls from last year. But either way, for long-term investors a stock market dip can provide some cheap buys.Today I’m looking at two FTSE 100 shares that took a hammering when the pandemic arrived. They’ve both rebounded strongly in the past month, and I’m eyeing them up for my list of potential buys.5G is here – and shares of this ‘sleeping giant’ could be a great way for you to potentially profit!According to one leading industry firm, the 5G boom could create a global industry worth US$12.3 TRILLION out of thin air…And if you click here we’ll show you something that could be key to unlocking 5G’s full potential…My first Stocks and Shares ISA candidate is British Land (LSE: BLND), which just released first-half results. The British Land share price was one of the biggest fallers in the early part of the crash, rapidly falling 50%. But now that news of Covid-19 vaccine progress seems to be arriving almost daily, it’s put in one of the most impressive rebounds. British Land shares are up 30% so far in November.Liquidity fine, shares on a discountBut for it to be a Stocks and Shares ISA choice for me, I’d have to be convinced by the firm’s long-term potential. And these first-half figures go some way towards that, even if they’re not immediately pretty. With its tenants, especially retail ones, under pandemic pressure, British Land has seen its underlying EPS fall by 34.8%. That’s due, not surprisingly, to a rise in provisions for rent receivables.Its portfolio valuation has fallen too, by 7.3%. Retail properties took the brunt, down 14.9%. And net tangible assets declined 10.3% to 693p per share. But, wait a minute, the shares are trading at just 495p. So that’s a discount to net tangible assets of nearly 30%. Liquidity looks fine, with the firm selling £456m in retail assets since April — at 6.7% above book value.British Land is paying an interim dividend of 8.4p per share, so analysts’ full-year expectations could prove too pessimistic. They’re predicting a return to a 4% yield next year anyway. Yes, British Land is firmly on my Stocks and Shares ISA list.Another Stocks and Shares ISA pickMy second pick is in the property business too. It’s Barratt Developments (LSE: BDEV), whose shares are also rebounding strongly. The price was already picking up, and November has brought an extra 35% hike.The Barratt Developments share price is now down just 10% in 2020, having bounced back above the FTSE 100. The lack of 2020 dividend has discouraged a lot of investors, and we’re expecting a big earnings fall for Barratt this year. But the housebuilding business can be cyclical. And I invest in a Stocks and Shares ISA for the long term, which means I’m happy to sit out short-term ups and downs.I reckon Barratt has one of the most rock-solid long-term prospects there is. We’re still facing a chronic housing shortage, and the 2020 slowdown is surely just a pause in demand that won’t last.Forecasts suggest a big earnings rebound for 2021–21. And there’s already a 3.4% dividend yield penciled in. I hold Persimmon shares, but Barratt could well be joining them in my Stocks and Shares ISA. I would like to receive emails from you about product information and offers from The Fool and its business partners. Each of these emails will provide a link to unsubscribe from future emails. More information about how The Fool collects, stores, and handles personal data is available in its Privacy Statement. Renowned stock-picker Mark Rogers and his analyst team at The Motley Fool UK have named 6 shares that they believe UK investors should consider buying NOW.So if you’re looking for more stock ideas to try and best position your portfolio today, then it might be a good day for you. 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Calling Mexicans “rapists,” making crude sexist remarks, advocating torture, attacking Muslims and mocking disabled people aren’t enough for Donald Trump.The billionaire presidential candidate is now quoting Adolf Hitler’s best buddy, Benito Mussolini. The Italian dictator’s pompous saying, “It is better to live one day as a lion than 100 years as a sheep,” was re-tweeted by Trump on Feb. 28.When Chuck Todd asked the real estate tycoon about this on “Meet the Press,” Trump replied, “Look, Mussolini was Mussolini. It’s OK to — it’s a very good quote, it’s a very interesting quote, and I know it.” (Politico, Feb. 28)Trump likes this “very good quote” because Mussolini viewed himself as a lion and working people as sheep. So does Trump.From renegade to dictatorUnlike Trump’s rich daddy, Mussolini’s father was a socialist blacksmith. His mother was a schoolteacher. Their eldest child was named after Mexican president Benito Juárez, a freedom fighter who defeated French occupiers in 1867 and built schools. (history.com)Benito Mussolini joined the socialist party and became editor of the party’s daily newspaper, “Avanti!” (Forward!). In 1911 he was arrested at a rally protesting Italy’s invasion of Libya, which was then part of the Ottoman Empire. (“100 Years of Bombing Libya,” Mark Almond)But after World War I broke out, Benito Mussolini became a renegade who demanded Italy join the imperialist bloodbath. He spat on the slogan “Workers of all countries, unite!” and was ousted from the party.World War I was a disaster for Italy, with 650,000 soldiers killed and almost a million wounded. Italian workers and peasants didn’t want to die for their bosses and landlords. An anti-war movement arose.Mussolini organized thugs to beat up protesters. He was paid to do so by British intelligence agency MI5. His Majesty’s Secret Service gave Mussolini 100 British pounds a week, equal to 6,000 pounds or $9,000 a week in 2009 money. This cash jumpstarted the fascist movement and allowed Mussolini to publish his newspaper, “Il Popolo d’Italia.” (Guardian, Oct. 13, 2009)The CIA has bankrolled one Mussolini-type after another all over the planet. Among their murdered victims were Chilean President Salvador Allende in 1973 and Congolese Prime Minister Patrice Lumumba in 1961. A U.S. Senate committee chaired by Frank Church revealed some of the gory details of the latter in 1975-76.Mussolini labeled his thugs “fascists,” which is derived from the Latin word “fascis.” This was a bundle of rods with an axe that were used in ancient Rome to execute poor people and slaves. Fascists were the Italian Ku Klux Klan.Italian workers revolted after the war and seized factories in Torino. Unlike Russia’s Bolsheviks, however, Italian socialist leaders proved incapable of leading the working class to power.Some leftists discounted the fascist danger and even believed Italy’s King Victor Emmanuel III wouldn’t tolerate such a gangster. A notable exception was Communist Party leader Antonio Gramsci, who later spent a decade in Mussolini’s prisons.But Mussolini was just what Italy’s wealthy and powerful needed to stem the working-class upsurge. Against a backdrop of poverty and political demoralization, Mussolini made phony promises and incited hatred against other peoples, just like what Trump is doing today.After the fascists staged a theatrical march on Rome in 1922, the king handed power over to Mussolini.Italian fascists were called black shirts because that’s what they wore. Black shirts wrecked union halls and were notorious for administering castor oil to opponents. They assassinated a socialist member of parliament, Giacomo Matteotti.None of this violence stopped the world’s rich and powerful from backing Mussolini. Newspapers even claimed, “Mussolini made the trains run on time!” In 1923 Time magazine praised Mussolini’s “remarkable self-control, rare judgment and efficient application of ideas.” (“Luce and His Empire,” W. A. Swanberg)Winston Churchill said, “Fascism has rendered a service to the entire world. … If I were Italian, I am sure I would have been with you entirely.” (The Telegraph, London, Sept. 2, 2010)Wars and miseryMussolini’s public works programs made the unemployed break rocks while the super rich — like the Agnelli family who owned the Fiat automobile company — enjoyed a bonanza.The fascist regime continued Italian imperialism’s colonial war against Libya, whose people never stopped resisting. The Libyan leader, the 69-year-old Omar Mukhtar, was publicly hanged on Sept. 16, 1931.A century after Libya was first invaded by Italy, U.S. and other NATO powers bombed the African country relentlessly. Libya’s leader Moammar Gadhafi was lynched, dying at his post on Oct. 20, 2011.Italy first tried to invade Ethiopia in the 1890s, but was decisively defeated at the Battle of Adwa on March 1, 1896. In 1934 Mussolini invaded Ethiopia again, using poison gas. A million Africans were killed. So were thousands of Italian soldiers.Black America defended Ethiopia. The solidarity campaign was led in Harlem by future congressman Rev. Adam Clayton Powell Jr. and the Communist Party USA. On Aug. 3, 1935, over 25,000 people marched in Harlem in solidarity with Ethiopia against Italy. Hundreds of Italian-American workers joined the protest. (“Communists in Harlem during the Depression,” Mark Naison)Thousands of Italian troops also died in the Spanish Civil War supporting fascist dictator Francisco Franco.Mussolini’s joining Hitler to invade the Soviet Union was his downfall. Italy’s Defense Ministry admits that 20,800 Italian soldiers were killed at battles around Stalingrad. Another 64,000 were captured. The battle of Stalingrad, which ended on Feb. 2, 1943, was the turning point of World War II, with 800,000 Axis forces dead, wounded, missing or captured.Stalingrad was an electric jolt to Italians who saw in early 1943 that Mussolini could be overthrown. Communist-led partisans fought Italian fascists and German occupying troops for two years.The U.S. and Britain invaded Italy a year before they invaded France because they feared a socialist revolution would break out there. Future CIA director Allen Dulles conducted secret negotiations with Nazi Gen. Karl Wolff, the commander of SS (Schutzstaffel) troops in Italy. (“Dulles,” Leonard Mosley)Italian communist partisans captured Mussolini and executed him on April 28, 1945. His naked body was hanged upside down in Milan. The Italian people — and the peoples of Libya and Ethiopia — were avenged.Donald Trump may not be a Benito Mussolini. But he peddles some of the same poison.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare this
Previous articleUSDA Announces New Snack Standards for SchoolsNext articleAg Groups Applaud Senate-Passed Immigration Measure Gary Truitt Immigration Reform Passes Senate Facebook Twitter By Gary Truitt – Jun 27, 2013 The U.S. Senate has approved the Border Security, Economic Opportunity and Immigration Modernization Act of 2013 by a vote of 68 to 32. The measure includes provisions to allow current undocumented ag workers to gain citizenship after working another five years in agriculture and create a new guest worker program. The measure was not supported by Senate Ag Committee Ranking Member Thad Cochran or committee members Chuck Grassley of Iowa and Saxby Chambliss of Georgia. Chambliss argued the ag provisions made it too easy for farm workers to gain citizenship and wouldn’t create a stable workforce. He tried to make changes through a series of amendments – but the leadership didn’t allow them to come to a vote. House Speaker John Boehner says the House will not take up the Senate-approved measure. He says they will do their own bill – through regular order – and it will be legislation that reflects the will of the majority and the will of the American people.The following are key agricultural labor provisions included in the immigration reform bill:* Current undocumented farm workers will be eligible to obtain legal status through a new Blue Card program if they choose to remain working in agriculture:* Ag workers who can document working in U.S. agriculture for a minimum of 100 workdays or 575 hours prior to December 31, 2012 can adjust to this new Blue Card status.* After a minimum of five years, workers who fulfill their Blue Card work requirements in U.S. agriculture will become eligible to apply for a Green Card, providing that they have no outstanding taxes, no convictions and pay a fine.* A new agricultural guest worker program will be established, with two work options:* An “At-Will” option will allow workers to enter the country to accept a specific job offer from an authorized agricultural employer, under a three-year visa. Employees will then be able to move within the country, working “at will” for any other authorized agricultural employer during that time. Employers must provide housing or a housing allowance to these workers.* A “Contract-Based” option will allow workers to enter the country to accept a specific contract for a specific amount of work from an authorized employer. This will also provide for a three-year visa, and require employers to provide housing or a housing allowance.* All guest workers will be paid an agreed-upon wage under the terms of this agreement.* There is a visa cap for the first five years of the program while current workers are participating in the Blue Card program. The Secretary of Agriculture has the authority to modify that cap if circumstances in agricultural labor require.* The new program will be administered by the Department of Agriculture. Home Indiana Agriculture News Immigration Reform Passes Senate SHARE SHARE Facebook Twitter
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Hijacking incident may be linked to security alert in Derry Pinterest Facebook Previous article‘End of an era’ – The Grill fondly rememberedNext articleRAP, Gaoth Dobhair acquired by ProAmpac Holldings News Highland Twitter Google+ Twitter By News Highland – January 11, 2021 Detectives in Derry are appealing for information about the report of a vehicle hijacking in the Cornshell Fields area of the city last night. A report was made to police at 9:30pm that a silver-coloured Mitsubishi Outlander on Ballyarnett Road was hijacked by four masked men.The vehicle was later found burnt out in the Racecourse Road area.In a statement Detective Inspector Finlay that police are investigating the incident, which police believe may be linked to the security alert in the Racecourse Road area during the early hours of this morning and are appealing to anyone who has information about either incident to call them.In particular police are appealing to anyone who was in the Cornshell Fields area at around 9:30pm and witnessed the incident or, who saw the vehicle being driven away, to get in touch with them.Police are also appealing to anyone who may have been on Racecourse Road and saw the vehicle there, where it was located burnt out, to call detectives at Strand Road on 101. Pinterest RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Homepage BannerNews Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows DL Debate – 24/05/21 WhatsApp Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Google+ News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th WhatsApp Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Facebook Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme