· Valley set to swoop on vacant Caulfield Cup timeslot →
Because of the coronavirus pandemic's impact on the AFL fixture, that end of September meeting is now likely to be staged on the afternoon of Saturday September 26 rather than the Friday night, given that there will not be a grand final on the last Saturday in September.
· Cinema chain sets reopening date, two-thirds of seats to be vacant →
Hoyts chief executive Damian Keogh has suggested it has a 50:50 chance of opening as scheduled given the impact of the virus in the US.
The Japan Times
· Coronavirus takes toll on mental health of Europe’s medical staff →
Now, professional bodies and experts in Europe’s worst-hit countries want more support to tackle the psychological impact on staff — particularly if a second wave strikes.
· Fast fashion: Pakistan garment workers fight for rights amid Covid-19 crisis →
This has precipitated a devastating crisis for Pakistani suppliers, who are passing the impact along to those least able to weather it: labourers living on meagre wages, campaigners say.
· Manyana bushland clearing halted as protest group launches federal court challenge →
The legal firm will seek a declaration that the clearing is likely to have a significant impact on the greater glider and should not be permitted to proceed unless it assessed and approved at a federal level.
· Factors To Consider With REM, REML And Individual mREITs →
Regarding the non-agency mREITs or hybrids of agency and non-agency, they could be evaluated like any other stock in terms of how the COVID-19 pandemic will impact them.
· Favourable Mix And Input Deflation Bolster Michelin Until An Aftermarket Recovery →
In SR3, there were offsetting impacts from agriculture and mining, whose specialty tire requirements command high prices.
The New York Times
· Soccer’s Landscape Was Already Shifting. Then an Earthquake Struck. →
The prospect of playing games behind closed doors for the rest of the year, Rummenigge said, would “have a huge impact” on everyone: The loss of revenue from ticketing, corporate entertainment and merchandise is “something everyone has to care about, and maybe the big clubs even more.”
The Japan Times
· Japan’s COVID-19 death toll may reach 1,221: U.S. health institute →
Since the early stages of the COVID-19 crisis, The Japan Times has been providing free access to crucial news on the impact of the novel coronavirus as well as practical information about how to cope with the pandemic.
· Stock Market Investment in times of Covid-19: Time to rebalance your portfolio, stay invested for long term →
The impact of the virus grew larger with each passing day, swallowing the growth made by economies in the past decade.