Wall Street closed lower on Friday despite news that ceasefire talks between Russia and Ukraine may be picking up steam.
"Some progress" had been made in negotiations to stop the war, a senior lawmaker in Moscow said.
The Financial Mail on Sunday's Midas column recommended shares of five companies to readers, pointing out that history proved that the best time to buy shares was often when everyone else was running scared.
The UK needs to massively expand wind farms across the country in order to safeguard national security, the business secretary has said, as the government considers sweeping changes to planning laws in order to improve energy independence. Against that backdrop, the Prime Minister will unveil a radical new "energy strategy" within a fortnight in order to make sure that that UK can get all the energy that it needs from a combination of renewables and nuclear. - Guardian.
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