The New York Times
· Pentagon Ordered National Guard Helicopters’ Aggressive Response in D.C. →
WASHINGTON — Top Pentagon officials ordered National Guard helicopters to use what they called “persistent presence” to disperse protests in the capital this week, according to military officials.
· Isolated, depressed and alone: Why for LGBT+ Ugandans, coronavirus lockdown has been 'simply torture' →
Keem Love Black has spent more than two months indoors in her home in a suburb of Kampala, Uganda’s capital.
· Libya govt says offensive launched for Kadhafi hometown Sirte →
Government of National Accord forces have repulsed a 14-month offensive against the capital Tripoli by eastern-based Haftar and are now poised to drive on eastwards taking advantage of stepped up military support from Turkey.
· Tracking Chase Coleman's Tiger Global Portfolio - Q1 2020 Update →
Spotify Technology (SPOT): Spotify is a venture capital investment that became part of their 13F portfolio following its IPO in Q2 2018.
· Delhi health infrastructure should be used for its residents only: AAP govt panel →
A Delhi government panel has suggested that the health infrastructure of the city should be used only for treating residents of the national capital in view of the COVID-19 crisis, sources said on Saturday.
· Don't Give Up Principal →
It meant that the preferred and common were together selling for $ 126 million, although the company had just reported that it held $ 85 million in cash alone and a working capital (or net current assets) of $ 134 million.
· Generation Z: creative and committed, against the virus →
While competitions were off the cards during confinement, he used the time to step up action through his Solidaritess association in aid of the homeless, distributing clothes to the “forgotten” in the capital’s suburbs.
· Lightening Up On Risk - Quality Preferreds With Near Call Dates →
This puts the investors at a certain disadvantage - if the market drops sharply, the issuer is less likely to redeem the shares, and instead, they will either wait to refinance or if they do not need the capital will instead buy shares on the secondary market at a price below the liquidation preference.
The Japan Times
· Most of 51 new Korean COVID-19 cases linked to door-to-door salesmen →
Seoul – South Korea reported 51 new cases of the coronavirus on Saturday, mostly in the densely populated capital region, as authorities scramble to stem transmissions among low-income workers who can’t afford to stay home.
· Pacu to facilitate approvals, speed up implementation of manufacturing projects, says Azmin →
The government yesterday announced a full 10-year exemption for new capital investments ranging from RM300 million to RM500 million, while investments in properties exceeding RM500 million will enjoy a full tax exemption for 15 years.