“Broad” in the news
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· Cutting stock market hours may boost gender diversity, says LSE →
In April, Barclays chief executive Jes Staley said the bank would consider a more de-centralised approach to staff working, including the prospect of local high street branches becoming satellite offices for a broader range of staff including investment bankers.
· A Greatest-Hits of Graduation Advice From 19 Experts →
Interruptions of normalcy also present an opportunity for a broader rearrangement of society, beyond public health.
· JD.Com: More Than Meets The Eye →
Amid the upheaval, the Chinese Internet sector representative ETF, the KraneShares CSI China Internet ETF (KWEB), managed to outperform both the broader Chinese ETFs and their U.S. counterparts, closing up 5.85 percent for the week.
The Wall Street Journal
· Russia Sets July 1 Vote on Constitutional Changes Allowing Putin to Extend His Rule →
The proposed changes amount to a broad overhaul of the balance...
· On the Record and the Women Hip-Hop Sacrifices →
In a country whose history of violent racism paints all black men as sexual predators, they noted, it can feel impossible to speak up about one man’s harmful actions without the fear of fueling broader stereotypes about African Americans.
· Fixing The Debt Problem →
In other words, the federal government can run massive fiscal deficits that are funded by QE debt monetization (when the Federal Reserves creates new dollars to buy newly-issued Treasury securities to fund government spending), and those deficit dollars get injected into the economy in various ways and find their way into the broad money supply, outside of the fractional reserve commercial bank lending channel.
· Virgil Abloh criticised for response to looting during George Floyd protests →
In a post on his own Instagram account, Abloh – the highest-profile black designer in fashion and the founder of the streetwear brand Off-White – seemed to imply that the looters were not part of the broader streetwear community, making the distinction between streetwear and “streetwear”.
The China Post
· April construction spending falls 2.9% as virus upends work →
WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. construction spending fell 2.9% in April, the largest drop in 18 months, with broad declines across all building activity as shutdowns hobbled projects and workers were told to stay home.
· Merger Arbitrage Analysis And Spread Performance - May 31, 2020 →
The broader market powered ahead yet again during the holiday-shortened week.
· Stocks gain slightly amid reopening and unrest →
By S&P 500 sectors, real estate (+2.1%) and financials (+1.4%) outpace the broader market, while health care (-1.3%) and information technology (-0.3%) lag.