5 stocks with surprisingly strong growth prospects? Barclays PLC, Tesco PLC, easyJet plc, Whitbread plc and Imperial … – Investomania (blog)

Whitbread share price

I’m focusing on the growth prospects of Barclays PLC (LON:BARC) (BARC.L), Tesco PLC (LON:TSCO) (TSCO.L), easyJet plc (LON:EZJ) (EZJ.L), Whitbread plc (LON:WTB) (WTB.L) and Imperial Brands PLC (LON:IMB) (IMB.L).

In my opinion, Barclays could offer higher growth than the market currently anticipates. The company has now completed its restructuring and this could allow it to focus on becoming more efficient and delivering higher profitability in future. Barclays has a solid and diverse asset base to my mind which could push its EPS higher. With a PEG of 0.4, I think it has upside potential and could also offer income potential as its dividend yield for next year is expected to be 3.5%.

Tesco faces a difficult outlook due to higher inflation and its possible impact on consumer spending. Added to this is the already highly competitive nature of the UK supermarket industry. Together they could mean some challenging quarters for the business. However, with EPS due to rise 51% this year and 26% next year, I think Tesco’s share price could offer high returns over

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Judge won't drop charges against McKenzie County vape shop owner – Williston Daily Herald

A McKenzie County judge has denied a request to drop criminal charges against a tobacco shop owner accused of selling products containing a substance derived from the hemp plant. 

In a decision filed Wednesday, Northwest District Judge Robin Schmidt cited testimony from a forensic scientist who said that tests done at the state crime lab on some of the products showed that they contained cannabidiol, or CBD. 

Schmidt’s order upholds charges of delivery and possession of a controlled substance within 1000 feet of a school, possession of a controlled substance, possession and manufacturing of drug paraphernalia, unlawful advertising of drug paraphernalia and possession of hashish against Falesteni Abuhamda, the owner of Tobacco Depot stores in Watford City and Alexander. 

Both shops are in close proximity to schools. 

During a hearing last week, Abuhamda’s attorney, Deanna Longtin, argued that the charges should be dropped because the CBD in products sold by Abuhamda is derived from the stalk of the industrial hemp plant, which is heavily regulated but legal to grow in North

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Nevada County Police Blotter: Vape pen cause fire in pants – The Union of Grass Valley

Grass Valley Police Department

Wednesday

9:48 a.m. — A caller from the 200 block of Sierra College Drive reported cleaning up an active transient camp.

10 a.m. — A caller from the 800 block of Sutton Way reported a transient man in the dumpster area. The man was woken by staff.

10:02 a.m. — A caller from the 200 block of Joerschke Drive reported she didn’t like the fact that homeless were allowed to live in other tenants’ apartments for extended periods of time. She was advised it was a civil matter between management and tenants and advised to file a complaint with management.

10:58 a.m. — A caller from the 200 block of Gates Place hung up. On callback a woman requested to speak about an assault that occurred approximately a year ago. When questioned further the woman said it’s not happening there anymore and disconnected. Contact was made with the caller who reported her mother slapped her a year ago because she lost her job.

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Media opportunity: the Canadian Cardiovascular Congress – Oct. 21 to 24, Vancouver – Markets Insider

News Canadians can use! The latest in research innovations. Solving complex challenges in heart disease.

VANCOUVER, Oct. 19, 2017 /CNW/ –

WHAT: Cardiology experts from Canada and around the world converge in Vancouver to brainstorm strategies to eradicate the impact of heart disease, showcase the latest research breakthroughs − and hear hundreds of speakers highlight innovations in science, prevention, treatment, and recovery. Congress delegates return home to their labs and practices armed with new tools and knowledge that will help prevent heart disease and save lives.

WHY: Heart disease is a leading cause of hospitalization and the second leading cause of death in Canada. Every seven minutes in Canada, someone dies from heart disease or stroke. Over 1.3 million survivors − and their families and caregivers − are living with the devastating after effects of heart disease. Millions of Canadians are at risk.

WHERE:Vancouver Convention Centre in Vancouver, BC

WHEN: Interviews available now through Oct 24, including onsite in Vancouver from Oct. 21 to 24

INTERVIEW OPPORTUNITIES:

Leading heart experts: Available to talk about the impact of heart disease,

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Exploding vape pen starts fire on Valley Tech bus – Worcester Telegram

George Barnes Telegram & Gazette Staff @georgebarnestg

NORTHBRIDGE – Smoking is hazardous to one’s health, but students on a school bus Wednesday morning saw firsthand that the danger is more than what is breathed in.

A backpack a student had on a bus headed to Blackstone Valley Regional Vocational Technical High School in Upton at 7:15 a.m. burst into flames when a battery in a vape pen exploded.

“On video footage from the bus you can see flames and sparks from floor to ceiling, shooting up from the backpack,” said Northbridge Police Officer Thomas Dejourdy.

Officer Dejourdy said that when police received a call that there was a backpack on fire on a bus, they thought it was a cellphone. When the Fire Department inspected it, they learned it was a vaping device that was stored in a female student’s backpack.

Students were forced to evacuate as the bus filled with smoke.

“It kind of hit everyone by surprise,” Officer Dejourdy said.

Valley Tech Vice Principal Matthew Urquhart said the bus, owned by Vendetti Bus Co., was traveling in Northbridge

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