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· Citigroup: Q2 Outlook And Capital Adequacy →
After all, large banks have greater societal role to play and shareholders returns are secondary.
The Wall Street Journal
· Why Yvonne Orji Thinks ‘Insecure’ Fans Should Cut Molly Some Slack →
For three seasons, fans of HBO’s Insecure have watched Issa Dee, played by show co-creator Issa Rae, and her best friend, Molly Carter (Yvonne Orji), navigate their love lives, careers and the tensions that can arise in a friendship.
· Brexit: Michel Barnier says EU 'cannot go on like this forever' and accuses Boris Johnson of backtracking on promises →
Any such deal must of course accommodate the reality of the UK’s well-established position on the so-called “level playing field”, on fisheries, and the other difficult issues.”
· Nintendo’s Clubhouse Games is a comforting collection of classics on the Switch →
For some of the more complex games, like shogi, you can also play through a quick guided match to help grasp the basics.
· Rabbit-proof defence: Storm deny Souths again →
Lewis played the last seven minutes, even finding time to flash a quick smile to his mum as he ran onto the field.
· Stay the course with eBay? →
Other firms playing catch-up today with price target revisions on eBay include Susquehanna ($57 PT), Mizuho Securities ($46 PT), Benchmark ($60) and Morgan Stanley ($52).
· Fernandes shares exciting message about Pogba →
Speaking on an Instagram Live, quoted by the Metro, Fernandes expressed his excitement to finally play alongside Pogba:
· Is summer camp during the pandemic worth it? →
Brazil's controversial president Jair Bolsonaro has previously played down the risk posed by the coronavirus, and joined President Trump in promoting the use of the drug hydroxychloroquine — recently shown to be ineffective — against the virus.
· Austin Ekeler’s Underdog Story Is Complete . . . Almost →
That man in that meeting had never planned on playing in the NFL.
· Racism doesn’t start with beating up black people on the street – it's much more insidious than that →
When black comedian Gina Yashere was a bright young thing in the 90s, taking the roof off notoriously hard to play comedy clubs, I was a newbie on the circuit, watching her create the energy of a rock concert at her gigs.