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· Sweden steadfast in strategy as toll continues climbing →
The news that retail businesses and houses of worship could reopen or resume in-person services comes a day after the state announced they could resume under certain restrictions if county health officials approved.
· Fanhua Inc. (FANH) CEO Chunlin Wang on Q1 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
[Operator Instructions] The first question comes from the line of Xue Yuan from CICC.
· Ooma, Inc. (OOMA) CEO Eric Stang on Q1 2021 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
Yes, we are at the high end of that range today, but as we grow the business we do expect some more leverage coming in.
· Queues, temperature checks, no high-fives: will NRL fans go to the game amid Covid-19? →
No matter the size of the stadium, there is an unmistakeable magic about having every seat in the place filled and the explosion of colour and noise that comes from that.
· Trump sounds warning over Hong Kong’s future →
But it is “hard to see how Hong Kong can remain a financial hub if China takes over,” White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany told a briefing, saying this warning came directly from Trump.
· The Twilio Plateau →
Quarterly EPS came in at six cents per share, which massively beat expectations (-$0.11 expected).
· Andrews flags 'further announcements' on next phase of Belt and Road →
The state Labor government has come under fire from the conservative side of politics, defence commentators and even some federal ALP party figures for agreeing to the deal despite federal government objections.
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· Police surround Hong Kong legislature before anthem debate →
The debate over the bill also comes as Beijing moves to enact a national security law for Hong Kong, aimed at forbidding secessionist and subversive activity, as well as foreign interference and terrorism, after a monthslong pro-democracy protest movement last year that have at times resulted in violent clashes between police and protesters.
· China expands scope of Hong Kong security legislation →
The news comes after Beijing last week proposed national security laws that drew a swift rebuke from international rights groups and western governments, with the United States branding it a “death knell” for the city’s autonomy.