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11:58

Gibraltar

International Song Festival on 12 October

Debbie Bartlett

The Gibraltar International Song Festival is taking place on 12 October at the Tercentenary Hall with a record-breaking number of entries from over 27 countries. Celebrating its tenth anniversary this year, the GISF is one of the most important ... festivals for up-and-coming artists to compete in, and this year's invited artist is Chenoa, the Argentinian-Spanish singer who became successful after appearing on the TV contest Operación Triunfo. Tickets and information are available online

10:19

Opinion

Are bonds really safer than stocks?

JEREMY BLATCH

...than bonds or treasury bills over one- and two-year periods. However, in every five-year period since 1802, the worst performance of stocks, -11.9%, was only slightly worse than that of bonds and bills. Over ten years stocks handsomely beat bonds and, ... if extending the holding period to 20 years, stock returns have never fallen below inflation, while bonds and bills have fallen several times by three per cent below the inflation rate. The worst 30-year return for stocks remained comfortably ahead of ... capital gains when interest rates have fallen (prices move inversely to yields). The result was a real return on bonds of 7.8% pa from 1981 to 2011 - a gain of 1% above stocks. Today the nominal yield on a 10-year US Treasury is 1.8%. The only way that

14:30

National

Small business in freefall: an average of 22 shops a day have closed since July 2015

LUCÍA PALACIOS

ENTREPRENEURS 800 self-employed workers a day on average left the system in July. 13,000 shops are likely to disappear by the end of this year, according to Uatae forecasts. The statistics show that in the past four years an average of 22 shops have closed ... association for the self-employed. Shop closures in Spain have been intensifying year after year, as 2,693 companies de-registered from the Social Security system in 2016, 7,038 in 2017 and 10,032 in 2018. The annual figures run from July to July, and ... 11,537 shops have closed in the past year. There is no sign of this improving, because Uatae predicts that by the end of December this year around 13,000 businesses will have gone, so the trend is expected to continue. This is of particular concern

13:20

Sport

The second coming of José Rodríguez, as three-year Malaga contract is sealed

PEDRO LUIS ALONSO

José Rodríguez will be hoping for better luck this time as he sealed his return to Malaga on a three-year contract on Sunday. The midfielder played just 452 minutes for the side in the 2015-16 season, starting just two games, but is reunited with ... given his debut by José Mourinho, is a holding midfielder and likely to fill the void left by the outgoing Alfred N'Diaye. Despite having a good season last year, Malaga are keen to find a new suitor for N'Diaye, who the club is obliged to purchase at ... the end of his two-year loan from Villarreal. This is highly risky with the club in a delicate financial situation, so sporting director José Luis Caminero has been searching for a team to take on the current arrangement. A deal had been reached with

13:02

Local

New Estepona hospital should be open by the end of the year, says Junta

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

The Junta de Andalucía's Health service has said that it plans to have Estepona's new local hospital up and running by the end of the year. The date comes after the town hall finished the building work on the long-awaited complex in December last ... year. The Partido Popular (PP) mayor, José María García Urbano, agreed to put up the money, even though it wasn't municipal responsibility. The initial building cost was set at 15 million euros, but in January the council approved an extra 1.2 million

13:47

LifeStyle

Andalusians voted the best in the bedroom for fifth year running

EFE

...voted best in bed for the fifth year running, after receiving 18 per cent of the votes. The Andalusians are followed by those from the Canary Islands, with 9.6 per cent of the votes, and the Catalonians (9.2 per cent), whilst people from Navarra were

19:22

Local

Malaga's monuments could bring in more than a million euros a year under a new initiative

Antonio Javier López

...outside the European Union. In this scenario, the Roman Theatre would bring in more than half a million euros (542,787 euros), a figure calculated by taking into account its more than 360,000 annual visitors. Potential income in one year 547,787euros ... Malaga-born artist. For the last six years, the Museo Picasso Malaga has received more visitors than anywhere else in Andalucía, and its number of foreign visitors is especially high. The Museum of Malaga provides a stark comparison. Last year's statistics

14:59

Local

Irish family's car crashes into schoolyard after son accelerates away

C. MÁRQUEZ

A father from Ireland got a shock last week as he was loading the car with cases at a property in San Pedro before driving to Malaga Airport. With the motor running in the garage, according to investigators, his 13-year-old son climbed into the