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· CDW Corp.: Higher Market Share Ahead →
“As you know, we have a variable cost structure, given that sales commissions are paid on a percentage of gross profit, and growth in co-worker count is one of our biggest investments.
The New York Times
· The Price of a Virus Lockdown: Economic ‘Free Fall’ in California →
With a gross domestic product larger than 25 states combined, California’s pace of recovery has stark implications for America’s future.
The Japan Times
· Nikkei regains 21,000 mark after Japan lifts virus emergency →
Getting greater Tokyo, which accounts for about one-third of Japan’s gross domestic product, back on its feet is vital to the country’s overall economic recovery.
· The forgotten sectors: Diminished vision for arts and universities →
A recent review of the EPA's handling of the storage of dangerous waste has highlighted gross failure to apply and enforce any existing regulation.
The Japan Times
· Virus turmoil wipes out year’s growth for Australia pensions →
That’s a marked turnaround for an industry that’s used to exponential growth, with 9.5 percent of a worker’s gross salary paid into a retirement fund each month.
· The $60 billion question: why did JobKeeper cost so much less than expected? →
One, based on the level of lockdown prior to the JobKeeper announcement, forecast a 10 to 12 per cent fall in gross domestic product in the June quarter.
· Why Night Time Is The Right Time For The Smart Money In Stocks →
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· Radhakishan Damani’s DMart has outperformed Nifty50 so far, but should investors buy the stock now? →
Loss of sales of higher-margin products such as apparels resulted in 118 basis points on-year reduction in gross margins.
· Coronavirus impact: GDP growth in first quarter could be weakest since 2012, predicts poll →
Forecasts for gross domestic product (GDP) data, due to be released on May 29 at 1200 GMT, ranged between +4.5% and -1.5%, underscoring the widespread uncertainty on the impact of the coronavirus on the economy at that stage.