· VIX Back To Normal? Not Really →
Meanwhile, VIX® went from its long-term median to an all-time high within a month before it settled around 30.
· Sleep Like A Baby: Buy These Baby Bonds, Yields Up To 9.6% →
We discuss some baby bonds that offer high yields but are actually quite safe due to what we believe is a misunderstanding by investors.
· Hasbro: Potential Buy On Dips Before Holidays →
My feeling is that Hasbro shares will start to trend higher as people look to maximize celebration of the holidays after all of the disruption caused by CoV-2.
· Occidental Petroleum - Celebrating Re-Election By Cutting Dividends →
That's a fairly high coupon but it's not one where bankruptcy is expected.
· Mexican president says most domestic violence calls are 'fake' despite lockdown rise in femicide →
The numbers were startling: In March, Mexico’s government said, the country’s emergency call centres were flooded with more than 26,000 reports of violence against women, the highest since the hotline was created.
· Osaka and Gauff should not be discouraged from their protests →
Osaka is the face of the Tokyo Olympics and just over a week ago Forbes announced her as the highest paid female athlete of all time last year having earnt $37.4m and acquired 15 brand endorsements.
· Florida reports more than 2,000 cases in 2 days →
While the United States has the highest number of cases globally — with more than 1.7 million recorded — Brazil recently surpassed badly-hit European countries to sit second on the grim chart.
· Ardelyx: Sales Estimates For Tenapanor Suggest Upside In The Stock →
Ardelyx will receive a high teens royalty on tenapanor from its Japanese partner as well as up to $50 million and $78.3 million more in developmental and commercialization milestone payments respectively.
· Masks and no ablution: Saudis flock to reopened mosques →
The kingdom, which has reported the highest number of coronavirus cases in the Gulf, is emerging from a full nationwide curfew imposed during Eid al-Fitr, the Muslim holiday that marked the end of the fasting month of Ramadan.
· Masks, personal mats and no ablutions as Saudis reopen mosques →
The kingdom, which has reported the highest number of coronavirus cases in the Gulf, is emerging from a full nationwide curfew imposed during Eid al-Fitr, the Muslim holiday that marks the end of the fasting month of Ramadan.