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Halo Labs Completes Issuance of Shares to Independent Consultants, Directors, Employees and Suppliers

TORONTO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Halo Labs Inc. (“Halo” or the “Company”) (NEO: HALO, OTCQX: AGEEF, Germany: A9KN) today announced the issuance of 15,566,078 common shares of the Company to certain independent consultants, directors, employees, and suppliers of the Company, in lieu of cash consideration (the “Compensation Shares”) at a price of C$0.10 per Compensation Share, being the closing price of the common shares of the Company on September 4, 2020.

Kiran Sidhu, Chief Executive Officer of the Company, stated “The willingness of our consultants, over the past 12 months, to satisfy certain of the Company’s obligations in shares has helped us conserve cash as we navigated the recent volatility in global markets. Following the launch of our at-the-market financing program and the recently announced promissory note that provides the Company with $14 million in available funds, we are now positioned to shift away from

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I’d buy cheap UK shares in an ISA today to retire on a growing passive income

The stock market crash may have dissuaded some investors from buying cheap UK shares through which to build an ISA portfolio for retirement. However, now could be the right time to take advantage of low valuations across the FTSE 100 and FTSE 250.

Over time, they may deliver impressive returns that outperform other mainstream assets. They could produce a surprisingly large retirement portfolio that provides a generous passive income in older age.

Buying cheap UK shares today

The main advantage of buying cheap UK shares today is that they could offer greater scope for growth than they’ve done over recent years. In many cases, high-quality businesses are trading at low prices because they face weak trading conditions in the short run. This means that investors can purchase such companies at low prices, which can be a means of achieving higher capital returns as they recover.

Although a recovery is

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I’m not waiting for a second stock market crash! 2 cheap UK shares I’d buy in my ISA today

Investor appetite for UK shares remains weak following early 2020’s stock market crash. Sure, the FTSE 100, for example, has regained the psychologically important milestone of 6,000 points in recent days. But Britain’s blue-chip index might struggle to gain more ground as we move into the latter stages of 2020.

Significant economic uncertainty is prompting investors to remain sat on the sidelines as the coronavirus crisis rolls on. But it seems that many are also keeping their chequebooks firmly under lock and key, waiting for another stock market crash to happen and for them to buy UK shares for even less.

It’s quite possible that UK shares could crash again before long. Aside from the threat to the global economy posed by a second wave of infections, signs of growing trade tensions could also prompt investors to charge for the exits.  

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2 cheap UK shares I’m looking at

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Recent Railway Air Conditioning System Market: Competitive Landscape, Supply And Demand, Pricing Strategy Market Size and Shares Forecast 2025

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Why I’d buy cheap shares in an ISA after the stock market crash to make a million

The stock market crash has caused significant disappointment for many ISA investors. The values of some of their holdings may have declined despite the recent rebound for indexes such as the FTSE 100 and FTSE 250.

While this may seem like the right time to buy less risky assets, it could in fact be the perfect opportunity to buy high-quality businesses at low prices. In doing so, you could generate higher returns from cheap UK shares as the economy recovers. It may even increase your chances of making a million.

Buying cheap shares after a stock market crash

The natural response to a stock market crash is to avoid UK shares. After all, weak investor sentiment can send their prices even lower in the short run. However, this plan may not be a logical step for any long-term investor to take.

After all, a large proportion of FTSE 100

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Central Asia Metals plc’s (LON:CAML) Prospects Need A Boost To Lift Shares

Central Asia Metals plc’s (LON:CAML) price-to-earnings (or “P/E”) ratio of 6.8x might make it look like a strong buy right now compared to the market in the United Kingdom, where around half of the companies have P/E ratios above 18x and even P/E’s above 36x are quite common. However, the P/E might be quite low for a reason and it requires further investigation to determine if it’s justified.

Central Asia Metals has been doing a reasonable job lately as its earnings haven’t declined as much as most other companies. It might be that many expect the comparatively superior earnings performance to degrade substantially, which has repressed the P/E. You’d much rather the company wasn’t bleeding earnings if you still believe in the business. In saying that, existing shareholders probably aren’t pessimistic about the share price if the company’s earnings continue outplaying the market.

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Looking for FTSE 250 bargains? I’d buy these cheap UK shares

I think there are plenty of bargains in the FTSE 250 at present. And with that in mind, I’m going to take a look at two cheap UK shares which I reckon would fit well into any portfolio. 



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Cheap UK shares

Virgin Money (LSE: VMUK) stands out to me as one of the most undervalued stocks in the FTSE 250 right now. The company, which is an amalgamation of Virgin Money and the CYBG Group, is one of the UK’s most recognisable challenger banks.

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Over the past five years, the business has gone from strength to strength as it reinforced its position in the UK banking market. Virgin Money’s merger with CYBG made the group a force to be reckoned with, and analysts were predicting big things

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Raytheon Shares Off – Job-Cut Plan Nearly Doubles

Raytheon Technologies  (RTX) – Get Report shares were slipping on Thursday after the aerospace and defense giant said the company would be eliminating more than 15,000 jobs due to the slowdown in the airline industry brought on by the coronavirus pandemic shutdown.

“Those head-count reductions are nearly double the previous estimate of about 8,500 that we gave you back in July,” Chief Executive Greg Hayes said on a Morgan Stanley investor-and-analyst call on Wednesday. 

Shares of the Waltham, Mass., company at last check were down 1.2% to $62.15.

Hayes said selling, general and administrative expense would be cut roughly 20% at Pratt & Whitney of East Hartford, Conn., and about 12% at Collins Aerospace, based in Charlotte.

The job cuts are part of $2 billion in overall cost reductions and $4 billion in cash conservation for the company in 2020.

Hayes said the company’s defense business “remains resilient

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6 reasons why I’d avoid the Lloyds share price! I’d rather buy cheap UK shares today

Are there any less-attractive UK shares for investors to go fishing for than Lloyds Banking Group (LSE: LLOY)? I’m of the opinion there are very few. In fact, I reckon the FTSE 100 bank could end up costing you a fortune.

First and foremost, it’s worth remembering Lloyds doesn’t seem that compelling at current prices. Many UK shares are trading at historic lows, and plenty currently change hands at their cheapest since the 2008/2009 financial crisis. There are ample opportunities then for eagle-eyed investors to buy in at these cheap levels. And then get rich over the long run as confidence gradually flows back into share markets.

But Lloyds’ share price was tanking long before the Covid-19 crisis emerged. It’s fallen exactly two-thirds in value since the autumn of 2015. And trading conditions threaten to be much worse than they did during the latter half of the last decade.

Lloyds

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Stock market crash: 3 reasons why cheap UK shares could soar

Even though some stocks have recovered after the recent market crash, there are still a wide range of cheap UK shares available to buy. In the long run, they could deliver impressive returns due to their low prices, the stock market’s past performance and their improving financial prospects.

As such, now could be the right time to buy a range of undervalued British stocks from the FTSE 100 and FTSE 250. They could have a positive impact on your financial outlook over the coming years.

The improving outlook for cheap UK shares

Cheap UK shares could deliver high returns in the long run as the world economy recovers. Fiscal and monetary policy stimulus has the potential to boost the outlook for global GDP. This may lead to improving operating conditions for many companies that are currently struggling to post positive sales and profit growth.

Certainly, this process is unlikely to

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