The 31 best appliances to buy on sale for Memorial Day

Celebrate your holiday and save on these top-selling appliances.
Celebrate your holiday and save on these top-selling appliances.

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Whether you’re shopping for a new fridge or looking for a dishwasher that will make tackling your post-cookout cleanup a breeze, Memorial Day is the perfect time to look for new appliances. While it’s first and foremost a day meant to honor those who have  given their lives to protect our country, the holiday has also become associated with massive sales events, during which retailers slash prices on everything from mattresses to furniture, to best of all, appliances.

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Large-ticket items, such as dishwashers, refrigerators and laundry units rarely go on sale, but during Memorial Day weekend, you save big on these crucial household

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The 10 best Memorial Day grill sales

This year, Memorial day lands on Monday, May 25, and the warmer weather is one unmistakable sign to bring out the grill for some outdoor barbecues. It may look a bit different than in years past as many states are experiencing stay-at-home orders — if your backyard is still accessible (and if you have one), your adventures in grilling could be around the corner. To better prepare you for cooking up some burgers and hot dogs, we compiled the best Memorial Day grill sales online. From discounts on multi-burner gas grills to small pellet grills, these deals might help make barbecuing even more enjoyable. Below, we rounded up the best grill sales in the days leading up to Memorial Day Weekend, including deals from Amazon, The Home Depot, Lowe’s and more.

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Oil Trader Owes $9 Million After Starting The Day With $77,000

The April 20 historic oil price crash that sent the prompt May WTI contract plunging to the unheard of price of negative $40 per barrel now seems like ancient history with oil back in the $20s (at least until the June contract matures in 10 days) and stocks are delightfully levitating, but to one trader what happened on that fateful Monday will remain a permanent scar of how everything can go terribly wrong in the blink of an eye.

Syed Shah, a 30-year-old daytrader, would usually buy and sell stocks and currencies through his Interactive Brokers account, but on April 20 he couldn’t resist trying his hand at some oil trading. Shah, working from his house in a Toronto suburb, figured he couldn’t lose as he spent $2,400 snapping up crude at $3.30 a barrel, and then 50 cents. Then came what looked like the deal of a lifetime: buying

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How to plan the perfect VE Day party at home

On Friday 8 May, the UK will mark the 75th anniversary of VE Day, otherwise known as “Victory in Europe Day”, which commemorates the day towards the end of the Second World War when fighting against Nazi Germany in Europe came to an end.

In recognition of this momentous historical event, the early May Day bank holiday has been moved from 1 to 8 May this year so lots of people will have the day off work on Friday to celebrate.

But unlike normal bank holiday dates, the UK will be forced to celebrate the occasion in lockdown.

This means many of us will have to forgo the usual street parties associated with VE Day celebrations as the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, who lead on these events, has said: “Our messaging on VE Day is clear that people should celebrate at home so there should

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