· Coronavirus: Swans and Bluebirds return to contact training →
The Welsh government will next review its lockdown measures on Thursday, 18 June.
· Greenback's Slide Continues →
The ECB meets Thursday.
· Saudi co-hosts funding summit for war-torn Yemen, as UN warns majority of programmes weeks from closure →
Speaking on Thursday, Mr Lowcock defended the decision to co-host with Saudi Arabia, saying Riyadh was a large donor having already pledged $525 million.
· Recreational parks in Penang to be reopened →
Chow said beginning this Thursday, durian stalls in the state would be allowed to operate for takeaways orders only, with a strict standard operating procedure.
· Global shares rise as more economies reopen for business →
On Thursday, the European Central Bank is expected to provide more stimulus for the economy of the 19-country eurozone as more countries fall into a deep recession.
· Seeking Alpha's Second $1M Marketplace Service →
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· DealBook: Mark Zuckerberg’s Biggest Challenge Yet →
Kara Swisher, one of the most plugged-in reporters in the tech industry, will join us this Thursday at 11 a.m. Eastern for our next DealBook Debrief conference call.
· Euro zone government bond yields edge down; focus on ECB →
LONDON, June 2 — Demand for German government debt increased slightly today and yields dipped across the euro zone as investor attention focused on the European Central Bank’s meeting on Thursday.
· April Income And Consumption: Near Bottom →
Apple’s data goes through Sunday, and we see walking direction especially pick up on May 28, last Thursday.
· ‘This was the right call’: Sony praised for postponing PS5 event amid George Floyd protests →
The event was scheduled to take place this Thursday, and was expected to announce several of the titles which will be available on the PS5.