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Some Nigerians talk comment on the Trump political ambition For the first time, the race for white house is being turned into a comedy show. This Trump guy is just out to make people laugh. He is certainly not a presidential material. – Mohammed Isah stupid man always talking trash – Navycj Ubuka This next […]

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Kim KardashianReality star shares adorable photo of Saint West

The reality TV queen gave fans another rare look at her son, Saint West after she shared a cute photo of him on Snapchat.

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Reality star Kim Kadarshian, has shared an adorable photo of her son, Saint West.

The reality TV queen gave fans another rare look at her son, Saint West after she shared a cute photo of him on Snapchat.

It’s not every time the world gets to see the adorable son of Kanye and Kim so fans are glad to get a glimpse once in a while.

Recently, Kim showed off via her website, her six-months-old son closet which already boasts of custom designer pieces and a gold and diamond chain necklace.

“Saint has so many amazing designer pieces already!!! Many of them are inspired by his dad, so I think it’s appropriate to share them with you guys during The Week in Kanye! These are some of my faves,” kim wrote.

This is not the first time the mother-of-two shared a similar photo, she once shared a photo of her daughter North West, sitting on the floor of her walk in closet which was already in disarray from her play session.

ALSO READ: Kim Kardashian – Reality star shares cute photo of North West in her closet

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Kim Kardashian and her husband Kanye welcomed their second child in December, 2015, they are also parents to two-year-old North West.

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Sweden opens one of the world’s first stretches of electric road — Sharon Murphy Blog


Swedish Transport Administration Director General Lena Erixon said, “Electric roads will bring us one step closer to fossil fuel-free transports, and has the potential to achieve zero carbon dioxide emissions. This is one way of developing environmentally smart transports in the existing road network. It could be a good supplement to today’s road and rail […]

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World Stocks Leap as Fears Ease Over British Vote on EU

World stock markets jumped and the pound rallied Monday as polls suggested British voters will choose to remain in the European Union in a referendum this week, easing investor worries about a possible “Brexit.”

KEEPING SCORE: European stocks led the charge, with Britain’s FTSE 100 leaping 2.9 percent to 6,194 and France’s CAC 40 up 3.3 percent to 4,330. Germany’s DAX rocketed 3.4 percent higher to 9,954. U.S. stocks were poised to open sharply higher, with Dow and S&P 500 futures up 1.2 percent and 1.3 percent, respectively.

BREXIT: Global investors are focusing this week on Britain’s referendum on Thursday on EU membership, with results expected a day later. Market anxiety over the uncertain consequences of a British exit, including the impact on global financial markets, had been rising as support for the “Leave” side strengthened. However, three polls over the weekend showed that the “Remain” side had recovered some lost ground, giving investors more confidence to move into riskier assets.

CURRENCIES: The pound jumped on the poll results, rising 1.9 percent to $1.4628 from $1.4400 late last week. The dollar rose to 104.53 yen from 104.13 yen and the euro strengthened to $1.1327 from $1.1276.

ANALYST INSIGHT: “The entire market is now focused on the U.K.’s EU referendum result,” said Margaret Yang, an analyst at CMC Markets in Singapore. “Judging by the market reaction over the last two days, more volatility is likely this week. It is expected that a vote to remain would lead to a quick unwinding of risk premium and a substantial risk-on rally, whereas a Brexit vote would have the opposite effect.”

ASIA’S DAY: Japan’s benchmark Nikkei 225 index surged 2.3 percent to close at 15,965.30 and South Korea’s Kospi climbed 1.4 percent to 1,981.12. Hong Kong’s Hang Seng added 1.7 percent to 20,510.20 while the Shanghai Composite Index crept up 0.1 percent to 2,888.81. Australia’s S&P/ASX 200 rose 1 .8 percent to 5,256.90. Benchmarks in Taiwan, New Zealand and Southeast Asia also gained.

ENERGY: Benchmark U.S. crude oil futures rose 83 cents, or 1.7 percent, to $48.81 a barrel in electronic trading on the New York Mercantile Exchange. The contract had climbed $1.77 on Friday. Brent crude, used to price international oils, gained 84 cents to $50.59 barrel in London.