· A Greatest-Hits of Graduation Advice From 19 Experts →
So our hope for the graduates of 2020 is that, even acknowledging the instabilities of our time, they remember and continue to nurture the skills necessary to read and react to the unexpected.”
· Thumbs down: Does coronavirus mean hitchhiking has reached the end of the road? →
“Let’s hope that in the future, when the threat from Covid has vanished, that some more hardly and optimistic souls will revert to hitchhiking and that more drivers will remember how they helped their local communities during lockdown and extend that kindness to share the freedom of the road with hitchhikers.”
· More masks, less haggling: Istanbul’s Grand Bazaar welcomes few customers upon reopening →
Some businesses hope cheap prices and a soft Turkish lira will draw tourists back.
The New York Times
· Stands Full of Fan-Submitted Cardboard Cutouts. What Could Go Wrong? →
Brazil had hoped to start playing state championship games as soon as two weeks from now.
The China Post
· April construction spending falls 2.9% as virus upends work →
There is hope that with government stay-at-home orders being lifted, construction activity may rebound.
· Coronavirus Roundtable - Profiting From Oil's Decline Phase (Video Transcript) →
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· Merger Arbitrage Analysis And Spread Performance - May 31, 2020 →
Domestic economic news was thin although as jobless numbers continue to rise, it is hoped the reopening of the economy will make this a temporary transition.
· Kick It Out urges all players to take knee over George Floyd and no FA sanctions →
“I hope there will be a degree of leniency shown by the German authorities,” Bhandari said.
· Outside groups spending big for Greenfield in Iowa with primary a day away →
So Greenfield and her allies are trying to flood the zone in the race’s final days in the hopes of wrapping things up for good on Tuesday.
· Reports Of Hong Kong's Death Seem Greatly Exaggerated →
These are just five of many variables I believe are worth watching in the Hong Kong story over the next year, and hope these make it clear that Hong Kong's status as a leading financial center is far from binary.