“Edge” in the news
Publications and example sentences
· Factor Tilt Performance: May 2020 →
Value has edged the broad market since the March lows, but just barely (41% total return versus 37% for the S&P 500).
· Can Trump cancel the November election? →
If someone starts calling themselves “president” because they were chosen by a subset of a Senate that is missing a third of its members, a likely outcome is civil unrest — especially in a nation that is already on edge because of the extraordinary measures needed to check the spread of a pandemic.
· 'We were packed like sardines': evidence grows of mass-event dangers early in pandemic →
The data consultancy Edge Health last month analysed the number of people dying at the hospitals closest to Anfield, Cheltenham racecourse and Old Trafford, where 76,000 people watched Manchester United play Manchester City on 8 March.
· Louella Fletcher-Michie: Rapper appeals manslaughter conviction over drugs death of Holby City actor’s daughter →
Fletcher-Michie, the daughter of actor John Michie, was found dead in the early hours of 11 September – the day on which she should have celebrated her 25th birthday – in a wooded area on the edge of the festival site.
· Best foot forward! How to give yourself a pedicure →
Smooth the edges of the nails using a nail file.
· Energy Transfer Debt, Leverage, Downgrade, And Distributions →
Indeed, management has run the ragged edge for years; juggling debt, leverage, growth projects, and the distribution... all the while defending the investment grade rating.
The New York Times
· Pandemic Could Scar a Generation of Working Mothers →
“As work opens up, husbands have an edge,” Ms. Goldin said, and if he works more, his wife is going to have to work less.
· Renewables surpass coal in US energy generation for first time in 130 years →
Coal consumption fell by 15%, down for the sixth year in a row, while renewables edged up by 1%.
The Japan Times
· Wrestlers with amateur backgrounds may begin to make mark in near future →
The mental edge provided by desperation gave them an advantage over rikishi who wanted to succeed but didn’t need to do so.
· Eight Drenthe nature reserves under ‘a blanket of pesticides’: Trouw →
‘We are shocked because we had always thought the pesticides were found mainly on the edges of the nature reserves but now we have found them right in the middle of areas that have been managed for dozens of years without the use of pesticides,’ spokesman Ruud Kreets of Natuurmonumenten told the paper.