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· Galiano Gold: Digging Into The Q1 Results →
This production figure was flat sequentially from the Q4 2019 results, but costs dropped by 17% on a sequential basis, with all-in sustaining costs coming in at $805/oz.
· Regional Manufacturing Indexes Begin Long Road Back In May →
With the number of reported cases dropping (or at least leveling off) in most areas of the survey region, firms that had shuttered are beginning to reopen while others look to gradually add staff and capacity.
· Australian police drop probe of reporter, whistleblower →
Australian police on Wednesday dropped the investigation of a prominent journalist and government whistleblower over leaked government secrets, ending a case which sparked wide-ranging debate over press freedom in the country.
· New Rochelle, home to NY’s first Covid-19 cluster, slowly reopens for business →
If infection rates continue to drop in the area for the next two weeks, then it can enter phase two of reopening, which would include personal services and more retail and administrative businesses.
The China Post
· AP EXPLAINS: Why is China pushing Hong Kong security law →
China dropped its bombshell the day before the opening of the annual National People’s Congress last week.
· Don't Gamble In The Markets, Look At These 2 Blue Chip Healthcare Names Instead →
However, Humira's share of the revenue pie dropped to roughly 40% of the pro forma company.
· No screams please: Japanese funfairs prepare for virus era →
But Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Monday lifted a nationwide state of emergency after a sharp drop in the number of coronavirus cases in Japan.
The Japan Times
· Japan quells rumors it will pay for half of visitors’ expenses →
The data marked the first time the monthly figure had dropped below 10,000 since 1964.
· Virus sparks record drop in energy investment: IEA →
The energy industry is set to suffer a record drop in investment due to the coronavirus fallout, the IEA said on Wednesday, and while renewables are likely to fare better than oil, any swift economic recovery could create a global fuel crunch.
· Mission affordable: SpaceX launch could open the final frontier for business →
Reusable rockets, such as those pioneered by SpaceX, have dropped the cost of launching objects in space from $US20,000 a kilogram of cargo a decade ago to closer to $US2000 today.