KUALA LUMPUR: Bursa Malaysia Securities has imposed a cap on the upper limit price of Widetech (Malaysia) Bhd at RM2.15 next Monday. In a statement on Friday, the freezing of the price was due to the counter trading at the static limit-up prices for two straight days. Its share price closed 49 sen higher at RM2.15 with 587,500 shares traded. Its share price closed at 59 sen on Feb 8 and rallied to a high RM1.90 on Feb 18. It fell to RM1.02 on March 3 and then regained momentum to close at RM1.28 on May 5. It hit limit-up on Thursday and Friday. Widetech has a small share base of 44.75 million units only. Widetch specialises in the manufacture of precision springs, which are used in a cross section of industries ranging from electrical and electronics to automotive and general household and consumer products. … [Read more...] about Bursa Securities freezes upper limit price for Widetech
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While Grey’s Anatomy will lose one of it own with J esse William’s bittersweet exit , Sarah Drew said that the two lovers-turned-exes have a “beautiful” future in Boston ahead of them. “What’s beautiful about it is that her best friend, her person, has discovered that real, true calling that he is now embarking on, becoming and living into. I think whether they wind up romantically attached in the future, just the reality of these two humans who care so much about each other living in true purpose and true calling – I think that’s happiness,” Drew, who plays Dr. April Kepner, told Deadline. During a press conferences on Friday, Drew reflected on her return to the long-running ABC medical drama and spoke about what Thursday’s episode meant for her character, “Japril” and the series as a whole. Related Story Jesse Williams Leaving 'Grey's Anatomy' After 12 Seasons In the latest episode, titled “Look Up Child,” William’s Dr. Jackson Avery decided he wants … [Read more...] about ‘Grey’s Anatomy’: Sarah Drew Talks Returning For Jesse William’s Exit, Jackson Avery & April Kepner’s “Beautiful” Future
B ritish Airways has cancelled all flights from Heathrow and Gatwick following a massive global IT failure. Every departure scheduled on Saturday was cancelled and the airline asked passengers not to come to the airports. On Saturday night the operator said it intended to run a "near normal schedule" at Gatwick on Sunday and the "majority of services" from Heathrow. It comes as hotels surrounding the airports charged extortionate prices to stranded holiday makers with some charging between £1,000 to £2,5000 a room for the night. The chaos happened just after 11am on Saturday when the company's unreliable new IT system crashed worldwide for the sixth time in a year. … [Read more...] about British Airways chaos: All flights cancelled at Heathrow and Gatwick after global computer failure
ABC confirmed Jesse Williams' exit from the show after 11 seasons. Williams' character Dr. Jackson Avery quickly became an integral part of the show and a major fan-favorite. Is Jesse Williams leaving Grey’s Anatomy? After 12 years, Williams is leaving the popular show at the end of this season. The circumstances of Williams’ exit was first mentioned in episode 14, Look Up Child, with his final episode, Tradition, airing on May 20. The actor released a statement commenting on the news, “I will forever be grateful for the boundless opportunities provided me by Shonda, the network, studio, fellow cast mates, our incredible crew, Krista, Ellen and Debbie." "As an actor, director and person, I have been obscenely lucky to learn so much from so many and I thank our beautiful fans, who breathe so much energy and appreciation into our shared worlds." "The experience and endurance born of creating nearly 300 hours of leading global television is a gift I’ll carry always. … [Read more...] about Is Jesse Williams leaving Grey’s Anatomy?
Holiday prices to potential “green list” destinations are already surging ahead of an announcement on the traffic light system today. It is understood that places like Portugal, Malta, Gibraltar and Israel could be on the list of places where travellers can go without having to isolate on return as part of plans to restart foreign travel. The ban on non-essential travel abroad for England is due to be lifted on May 17 under Boris Johnson's roadmap out of lockdown. Brits will have to follow a new traffic light system, where countries will be ranked either green, amber or red, to determine whether travellers need to quarantine and if coronavirus tests are needed. A Downing Street press conference is expected at 5pm on Friday to set out the details. Sign up to Mirror Money's newsletter for the latest advice and news From universal credit to furlough, employment rights, travel updates and emergency financial aid - we've got all of the big financial stories you need to … [Read more...] about Holiday prices surge to Portugal and Malta ahead of travel announcement today