· Don't Gamble In The Markets, Look At These 2 Blue Chip Healthcare Names Instead →
I remember reading an interesting study posted by the European Pharmaceutical Review late last year that estimated the top drug sales figures 5 years into the future.
· These International Stocks Are Extremely Undervalued - Part 2 →
Some comment on the dividend, because in actuality and in difference to other European banks, BBVA has already approved the dividend on the AGM back in March.
· Wednesday briefing: Tory revolt over Cummings piles pressure on PM →
The FT has a warning from the European Central Bank: “Soaring public debt poised to heap pressure on eurozone”.
· La Haine at 25: The prophetic French classic whose message fell on deaf ears →
Kassovitz’s focus is on class, not race, but the differences between these men are still crucial: Said is also a beur, Vinz is eastern European, and Hubert is Afro-French.
· Tory privatisation is at the heart of the UK's disastrous coronavirus response →
Why has “this fortress built by Nature for herself against infection”, as Shakespeare described our islands, succumbed to a greater extent than any other European nation to a foreseeable and containable pandemic?
The New York Times
· Soccer’s Landscape Was Already Shifting. Then an Earthquake Struck. →
Over the last two decades, a current has swept through European soccer, drastically shifting the game’s landscape.
The New York Times
· How Modi Failed the Pandemic Test →
As India is easing the lockdown now, it has more than 151,000 cases and more than 4,300 deaths — a much smaller number compared with the fatalities in the United States and various European countries, with a much smaller population.
· Scientists identify new genes involved in alcohol dependence →
Published on May 25 in the journal Nature Neuroscience, the study was based on a genome-wide analysis of biobank data for more than 435,000 people of European descent.
· Australia-New Zealand travel bubble: Jacinda Ardern says plan will be presented in early June →
The New Zealand prime minister, Jacinda Ardern, said on Wednesday a draft blueprint on safely starting travel between New Zealand and Australia will be presented to both governments in early June.Canberra and Wellington have been discussing the possibility of a travel bubble between them as both have slowed the spread of the novel coronavirus to levels well below those in United States, Britain and some other European countries.Ardern said she spoke to the Australian prime minister, Scott Morrison, on Tuesday and there was enthusiasm for travel to resume on both sides.
· New Zealand expects plan for safe travel with Australia in June →
The neighbours have been discussing the possibility of a travel bubble between them as both have slowed the spread of the novel coronavirus to levels well below those in United States, Britain and some other European countries.