“Loss” in the news
|loss of life|
Publications and example sentences
The New York Times
· Grateful for Aid, but Worried About What Comes Next →
has also added chills, muscle pain, sore throat, headache and a new loss of the sense of taste or smell as symptoms to look out for.
The New York Times
· Will Protests Spark a Second Viral Wave? →
But the unrest and outrage spilling out into the streets from one city to the next also reflects the dual, cumulative tensions arising from decades of killings by police and the sudden losses of family and friends from the virus.
· Ashford Hospitality: Nothing But A Speculative Bet →
So, AHT incurred about $80 million in BV equity loss against the backdrop of significant tailwinds in both January and February.
· Avalara: Clear Long-Term Winner At Premium Price →
Nevertheless, the company’s stronger than expected revenue led to an EPS loss of only -$0.05, which was better than expectations for a loss of -$0.11.
· Adams Resources & Energy: A Bet On Oil And Management →
Since AE's holds short term inventory of crude oil, earnings (and losses) are impacted by the swings in the price of oil, but it is not a pure play.
· Why Val Demings May Be the Best Running Mate for Joe Biden Right Now →
After humiliating losses in Iowa, New Hampshire and Nevada, Biden entered the South Carolina a seemingly broken candidate, one who was on the verge of losing his third shot at the presidency and being vanquished by a surging and well-financed Bernie Sanders.
· Gold rush: Virus has sparked round-the-clock race to fill vaults →
While large volumes and virus-related restrictions at vaults and airports caused some delivery delays, much of the spike in the premium for futures contracts in March - which left some banks nursing sizeable losses - was driven by perception rather than reality, Finn said.
· Everi Holdings Could See Renewed Momentum As Nevada Governor Announces Casino Reopenings Starting June 4, 2020 →
Everi's performance in 2019 reflects a solid bounce-back from the pre-2018 days of year-over-year net losses despite growing revenues.
· Snapchat insists growth won't disappear after turning maiden profit →
The profit compares to a loss last year of $2.66 million on revenue of $38.65 million.
· Sun Pharma rating: Buy — Quarter results were in line with estimates →
Ebitda was adversely impacted by forex loss of Rs 1.4 bn.