|did not believe||信じなかった|
|does not believe||信じていません|
· Vodafone Group Looks Unpredictable In The Medium Term →
For now, this is a hold unless you have an appetite for risk and believe things will turn around to Vodafone's advantage post-FY-2021.
· HP Inc. (HPQ) CEO Enrique Lores on Q2 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
We believe this investment will further strengthen our relationships and support our value creation strategy over the long-term.
· Cummins: Sentiment Showing Even Wilder Swings Than The Business →
Sentiment has shifted significantly in the last few months, with the stock dropping close to 40% during the March panic but then shooting back up on what I believe may be premature enthusiasm that the worst of the downturn is now understood and “in the numbers”.
· FIFO worker may have brought virus to Blackwater →
Two other tests remain outstanding, believed to belong to people who live in another part of the state.
· ‘Ten feet tall and bulletproof’: how Olsen Filipaina impressed the great Wally Lewis →
“I remember being swarmed by relieved Australian players, we couldn’t believe it,” Ribot recalls.
· Globalization: Not Going Away →
From the 1990s through the Great Recession, this relationship blossomed and all, I believe, benefitted from it.
· Hershey: Strong Cost Advantages Will Power The Company Forward →
Cost advantages have led to a gradual improvement in operating margins, and we believe this trend will continue to roughly 22-23% before it stabilizes.
· Rebuild Pakatan, not go headless chicken →
Umno wedged successfully because Pakatan believes in a naïve best of all worlds solutions to all problems.
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· Canada’s Largest Newspaper Changes Hands Amid Vow to Keep Liberal Voice →
“I believe him.”
· Coronavirus Stock Market Bargains: Xerox Stock →
If Xerox did not believe in a fast recovery, it would immediately suspend its dividend.