“Offer” in the news
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Publications and example sentences
· Science Weekly in the pandemic: 'Every day you wake up to a discovery' →
Nicola Working on the Science Weekly podcast is one of my favourite aspects of being a science reporter at the Guardian – it offers a different way of telling a story compared with writing a news article and it allows us to take listeners behind the scenes of how we delve into a story, from the kinds of questions we ask to the importance of challenging the answers we receive.
· Nick Pope: 'England is so far away but being the No 1 is something I want' →
The Burnley and England goalkeeper remembers how as a young player, he had no teammate to talk him through matches, to offer positional tips.
· Unique ETFs With Downside Protection | Part 2 - TAIL ETF →
Our Yield Hunting marketplace service is currently offering, for a limited time only, free trials and 20% off the introductory rate.
· Altria Represents One Of The Safest Ultra-High Yields You Can Find Today →
“We expect Altria will use the net proceeds from the note offering for general corporate purposes, which may include repaying amounts outstanding under its fully drawn $3 billion revolver (not rated).
· S&P 500 Revenue Update: First Signs Of Stabilization In Expected Q2 2020 Revenue →
The corporate bond market offers great value in my opinion, as noted last week.
· My favourite game: Charlton beat Sunderland in classic play-off final →
Both always seemed improbable, and yet, remarkably, on one heady late-spring day in 1998, via the Division One play-off final against Sunderland, I was offered one and the tantalising prospect of the other.
· Sector Spotlight: Manufactured Housing REITs →
It offers the opportunity to rent or purchase a comparable amount of space for a significantly lower price than would need to be paid for a traditional apartment or single family home.
· France, UK, Germany 'regret' US end to three Iran nuclear waivers →
The Iranian government says the steps could be reversed if Europe offers a way for it to avoid US sanctions choking off its crude oil sales abroad.
· Govt's decision to revise MSME definition was long due; relief amid coronavirus to boost investments →
MSME businesses are required to get themselves registered under the MSMED Act by inter alia submitting a memorandum to avail the myriad of benefits in store for them such as: (i) easier access to loans from banks facilitated by the Government with lower interest rates; (ii) collateral free loans to MSMEs through schemes such as Credit Guarantee Fund Trust for Micro and Small Enterprises (CGTMSE); (iii) various tax rebates offered specifically to MSMEs; (iv) certain government tenders which are reserved for industries in the MSME category; and (v) setting out of statutory timelines within which buyers of MSME’s are required to make payments.
· These vote by mail lawsuits could help decide presidential election →
Most battleground states offer no-excuse absentee voting, meaning that any registered voter can vote by mail without needing a reason to do so.