· Vodafone Group Looks Unpredictable In The Medium Term →
Moving forward, the acquisition of Liberty Global's (NASDAQ:LBTYA) assets in Germany and CEE (Central and Eastern Europe) will contribute less toward overall revenue growth as the acquisition laps a year at the end of July 2020.
· Natural Gas Market Overview: 4 Reasons Why We Increased Our Long Exposure →
It seems reasonable to take some profit if the July contract price rises into the $1.900-2.000 area.
The China Post
· LA allows shopping, worship sooner than expected in pandemic →
In LA, the new rules were announced just a week after the county set a July 4 target to further reopen businesses.
· HP Inc. (HPQ) CEO Enrique Lores on Q2 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
July is at least in the last four or five years averaged about 4% quarter-on-quarter growth kind of seasonally July is better than April.
· World Rugby rejects plan for unofficial 'World Cup' →
The All Blacks were due to host Wales and Scotland in July but may now look at playing more games against neighbours Australia later in the year with COVID-19 cases in both countries having been reduced to a trickle.
· Texas Supreme Court blocks mail-in expansion over COVID-19 →
The big picture: A lower court ruled earlier this month that absentee voting could be expanded to all 16 million Texas voters in the July elections.
· Rebuild Pakatan, not go headless chicken →
However, Pakatan Harapan (PH) expects to capsize Perikatan Nasional’s (PN) dysfunctional love-boat long before that, if possible, come July.
The New York Times
· Minneapolis Police, Long Accused of Racism, Face Wrath of Wounded City →
There was Justine Ruszczyk, a yoga instructor who was shot and killed by a police officer in July 2017, and whose family was awarded $20 million in a settlement with the city three days after the officer was convicted of murder.
· Manohar to step down as ICC chairman →
The new chairman is set to formally take over when the ICC's annual general meeting is held at the end of July.
· 'Move on' says British PM, as row over adviser Cummings persists →
Johnson said he wanted to announce new details in June or early July on how to spur an economic recovery.