“June” in the news
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· Newmont Corporation: Digging Into The Q1 Results →
Conversely, the worst times to jump in Newmont have been when the stock is extended above its long-term moving averages, such as January 1996, October 2003, October 2011, and June 2016.
· Outdoor markets and car showrooms can open next week in England →
The prime minister set out a timeline for the reopening of outdoor retail settings first from 1 June, saying the risk of transmission of the virus was lower in open spaces.
· Non-essential shops to reopen next month, Boris Johnson announces →
Outdoor markets and car showrooms to open from 1 June and all other retail from 15 June, says PM
The New York Times
· New York City Doesn’t Have to Suffer This Summer →
As one New York Times Times journalist observed during a June 1925 heat wave, “the only relief” in the city “was in water, wherever it could be found.” In 1933, two policemen tried to quell illegal hydrant use on the Upper East Side but were rebuffed — and drenched — by children determined to play in the water.
· Second immigrant in ICE custody dies from COVID-19 →
The NHL announced plans Monday to allow small groups of players, no more than six, to gather for workouts in early June, with an eye toward restarting play and resuming its coronavirus-halted season.
· NHL moves closer to restart with practices in early June →
The NHL announced plans Monday to allow small groups of players, no more than six, to gather for workouts in early June, with an eye toward restarting play and resuming this coronavirus-halted season.
The China Post
· Gucci, Saint Laurent seek radical redo of fashion calendars →
The Italian Fashion Chamber is promoting three days of online presentation of men’s and women’s collections in July to substitute the regular June calendar.
· Boris Johnson says non-essential shops to reopen on 15 June – video →
Boris Johnson has announced that indoor shops, such as department stores, will be allowed to open for business from 15 June as long as proper measures are put in place in their premises.
· Amazon’s Kindle and Echo team now working on the company’s COVID-19 testing project →
In its most recent quarterly earnings report, Amazon said it intends to spend at least $300 million on testing efforts by the end of June, as part of a broader $4 billion commitment to dealing with the effects of the pandemic.
· NHL targets return to practice in early June →
National Hockey League teams could be able to hold training sessions for small groups of players in early June in the latest phase of the sport's return from the coronavirus shutdown, the league said on Monday.