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· Eurodollar Futures At Risk →
AFX acted early, almost four years ago, planning to replace LIBOR and Eurodollar futures with their own innovation, a market for overnight commercial paper called AMERIBOR.
· Public trust in UK government over coronavirus falls sharply →
Without a vaccine, and with no widespread immunity to the new disease, one alarm is being sounded by the experience of Singapore, which has seen a sudden resurgence in infections despite being lauded for its early handling of the outbreak.
· Nutanix - The Conference Call Script Was Positive, The Reaction Of The Audience Less So →
The results were a beat-even compared to the preannounced results that were presented in early May.
· Sibanye Stillwater: Not A Simple Case →
Recycling delivered a substantial number of 221,698 3E Oz, up 10.2% for the same quarter a year earlier.
· Workday: Can't Make The Value Argument Anymore →
All major geographies were affected, though we saw an earlier impact in our Rest of World markets.
· BYD Electronic: Client Exposure And Mask Production In The Spotlight →
The company's N95 masks are in the process of seeking approval from the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health or NIOSH again after being rejected earlier.
The New York Times
· There Has Been an Increase in Other Causes of Deaths, Not Just Coronavirus →
Deaths from the flu, pneumonia and other respiratory diseases may also have been miscategorized as Covid-19, especially earlier during the pandemic, when coronavirus tests were hard to get, Dr. Goodman said.
· Salesforce: Benioff's Vision Continues To Accelerate →
Early on, Salesforce's software focused on marketing and sales for its customers, but Benioff, being the visionary he's proven to be, had his sights on evolving his CRM offering each and every year.
· Samsung rolls out Access upgrade plan for new Galaxy devices →
Access subscribers can upgrade their devices every nine months, or earlier for $100.
· Third extra budget likely to hit all-time high of 30 trillion won: Finance Minister →
Earlier in the day, the government slashed its growth outlook for the year to 0.1 percent from the 2.4 percent forecast late last year.