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· Nvidia's Soaring Stock May See A Big Reversal →
Investors are betting that Nvidia will continue to grow at a faster pace than Intel, which is certainly possible.
· DraftKings: Possible Stirring Of Legalization In New York And BetMGM Pose Challenges →
We expect losses to continue and we also expect investors to shake them off believing the company’s access to capital will pose no problem and that the stock will surge as soon as the COVID-19 hostage taking of pro sports eases.
· Sangamo 2H 2020 Preview →
The company continues to be out-of-favor by investors more interested in alternative editing nuclease technologies.
· Coronavirus Sparks New Interest In Using Ultraviolet Light To Disinfect Indoor Air →
As the science continues to evolve, UV could emerge as an attractive safeguard against airborne transmission — one with a track record against previous pathogens — that can be deployed to cut down the risk of infectious aerosols accumulating in indoor settings like schools, public buildings and businesses.
· Cuomo: New York to use data to determine if it's safe to open schools →
The big picture: Cuomo's insistence that New York will rely on data to decide whether to reopen schools comes as President Trump and his administration continue an aggressive push to get kids back in the classroom as part of their efforts to juice the economy.
· The Guardian view on Poland's election: a good day for intolerance →
Last week, on the campaign trail, Mr Duda promised to introduce a new constitutional clause banning same-sex adoption and he will continue to block same-sex marriage.
· Schlumberger: Unprecedented Drop In Drilling Activity To Push Q2-2020 Earnings Lower →
The Houston, Texas-based Schlumberger might also provide a grim outlook for the rest of the year due to continued weakness in drilling activity, particularly in the international markets.