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· Silver Prepares For What Can Be An Epic Move →
The silver-gold ratio’s long-term average is around the 55:1 level or 55 ounces of silver value in each ounce of gold value.
· Why Asset Managers Should Switch Some Of Their Bond Allocation For Gold →
Figure 1 shows that while the CPI inflation remained nearly flat between 1953 and 1965 at around 1 percent, the 10Y yield was slowly trending higher, from 2 to 5 percent.
· 11 coronavirus deaths in UK last 24 hours in lowest total since March →
There have been around 30 new cases of Covid-19 in south Liverpool and neighbouring Halewood over the last fortnight, with half of them in people aged 15 to 24.
· Rod Stewart’s wife Penny gives insight into duo's lavish trip after unveiling new look →
Rod was seen proudly wrapping his arms around his long-term wife as he gave a thumbs up gesture to the camera.
· boohoo Is Very Oversold - Buy For The Recovery →
That really is a moat around that growth and those profits.
· Polish election: Andrzej Duda victory hands populists free rein →
The race was closely watched by politicians around the globe for clues about what may or may not work in the fight against populists.
· Federal Reserve Watch: The Fed Waits For More Information →
The Fed has not only been buying securities to add to its security holdings, but it has been provided sources of liquidity to various submarkets within the United States and to central banks around the world.
· Police in Kirkby given immediate new powers after three stabbed in house party row →
This was followed by a disturbance involving a group of men in the street at around 3am.
· House music: classical critics' watching and listening picks →
Of the others, the most striking were Johannes Boris Borowski’s Sphinxes for piano quartet and percussion, creating a world of glinting shards and explosive flurries, Irina Amargianaki’s Eumeniden, setting a passage from The Oresteia of Aeschylus, and Olga Neuwirth’s coronAtion II: Naufraghi del mondo che hanno ancora un cuore – cinque isola della fatica, an unwieldy title for a quintet for piano, strings and wind that dispersed the instrumentalists around the performing space before bringing them together for the work’s final resolution.
The New York Times
· With Robot Deliveries and Outdoor Tents, Campus Dining Will Be Very Different →
She also plans a pop-up restaurant outside the main library that will serve street food from around the world, for students and especially staff and faculty, who as a safety precaution will not be allowed to visit the main dining hall.