· EU's Von der Leyen to unveil trillion-euro recovery plan →
The grants versus loans debate is no small matter, with Italy, Greece and Spain already crippled by mountains of debt, despite embarking on painful reforms since the 2008 financial crisis.
· US dollar edges higher as US, China worries resurface →
Some investors are betting on a resumption of normal economic activity following the crippling coronavirus pandemic, but others worry the threat of U.S. sanctions against China for its treatment of Hong Kong could easily worsen risk sentiment yet again.
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· Outcry Over Cummings Turns Public Against Johnson for 1st Time →
One was the introduction of the poll tax in the 1980s, which crippled Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and paved the way for her downfall in 1990.
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· After the Coronavirus, Don't Forget the Paramedics →
Over the next decade and a half, I watched the people I’d worked alongside become prey to cancer, respiratory disease and crippling PTSD.
· Envista Holdings Looks Worth A Flyer Here →
Meanwhile, the response to the coronavirus will have a material, if not necessarily crippling, impact on valuation as well.
· FireEye: Upholding The Bull Case →
Getting crippled by a denial of service attack or losing confidential information to a spear phishing attack will be more costly to manage than ever before.
· Yum China: Regulatory Concerns Hit A Pandemic-Battered Stock →
Having just concluded the acquisition of Huang Ji Huang, a casual-dining brand with over 640 outlets globally, the company, thanks to the robust balance sheet, looks more poised for an acquisition-led growth as the pandemic cripples weaker rivals.
· Singapore warns of worst economic contraction since independence →
The warning came as Singapore’s deputy prime minister unveiled a fresh support package worth Sg$33 billion (US$23.2 billion) for the troubled city, which has been crippled by months of lockdowns around the world.
· States deficit jumps to 4.5% of GDP; revenue gap seen to soar 7-times to 2.8%: Report →
As the nine-week long national lockdown to contain the spread of the coronavirus pandemic crippled the economy, the Centre has allowed the states to borrow 200 bps more than the legally mandated 3 per cent deficit while the Centre itself has upped its borrowing targets by Rs 4.2 lakh crore.
· Classical music is keeping a surprising number of people sane during lockdown – including me →
Even if Covid-19 can induce anosmia, crippling our sense of taste and smell, it has no detrimental effect on hearing.