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· Investment strategy during coronavirus: Here’s how select stocks, sectors may earn maximum gains →
(The stock recommendations in this story are by the expert of respective research and brokerage firm.
· Singapore otters’ lockdown antics spark backlash →
Still, otter experts believe the anger is an overreaction and that the creatures are likely just enjoying the extra freedom to venture to new places.
· June Market Outlook: Big Test Looms In New Month As States Navigate Reopenings →
Though recent news about progress on a vaccine got an enthusiastic greeting, the market quickly gave up a lot of those gains a day later when a single news article featured some experts casting doubt on the vaccine’s potential.
The New York Times
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or the government in Beijing hid the extent of the epidemic in China, and public health experts generally view Mr. Trump’s charges as a way to deflect attention from his administration’s own bungled response to the virus’s spread in the United States.
The Wall Street Journal
· Shoppers Were Pampered at Wegmans. Now They Are the Grocer’s Biggest Risk. →
Sales growth is likely to decelerate as consumers slow their pace of buying, industry experts said, and costs of doing business will be expensive as labor, safety and sanitizing expenses rise.
· What could losing US 'special status' mean for Hong Kong? →
Steve Tsang, a China expert at the University of London's SOAS, said US moves were unlikely to make Beijing think twice.
· Police in riot gear in Minneapolis →
However, experts remain unconvinced a vaccine proven to be safe and effective will be available this calendar year.
· Venice film fest a 'sign of hope' for world cinema →
Barbera has repeatedly ruled out the suggestion the prestigious event could be held online, leaving film experts to suggest the number of films shown -- generally over 200 -- will be noticeably reduced.
· Reform at last: adultery will no longer be a crime in Taiwan →
However, that survey was conducted after a group of international human rights experts concluded the law did not comply with the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR).