Plunge en las noticias
Publicaciones y oraciones de ejemplo
· Nostradamus 2020: Three predictions that came true - is coronavirus the fourth? →
Hitler assumed dictatorial power over Germany in 1933 and plunged Europe into the darkness of war in 1939.
The China Post
· EU regulators investigate Google’s plan to buy Fitbit →
Google’s plan to acquire Fitbit marked a bold plunge into health and fitness technology for the search behemoth as it tries to become a force in consumer hardware.
The China Post
· Ford CEO Hackett to retire, COO Jim Farley to lead automaker →
Ford’s full-year profit plunged last year by more than $3.6 billion, and it lost $1.7 billion in the fourth quarter.
· State debt set to hit $60 billion as virus crisis deepens →
The threat of a fresh COVID-19 outbreak that would plunge the state back into economic turmoil was another potential barrier to recovery, Professor Hayward said.
· Weak dollar no boon for emerging markets this time →
Typically a boon for emerging markets, this year's plunge in the U.S. dollar may fail to boost the developing world's prospects as the raging pandemic hits economic activity, increases poverty and exposes weak policymaking.
· Booking.com to slash workforce 25%, Amsterdam implications unclear →
Booking.com posted a loss of almost €700m in the first quarter as booking worldwide plunged by 85%.
· First time UK campers: tell us about your experiences →
If you have already taken the plunge, what were the worst and best things about it?
· Ralph Lauren Mulls Overhaul After Tough Quarter; Shares Decline →
Comparable-store sales plunged 57%, also trailing estimates.
· Oil giant BP plunges into US$16.8b quarterly loss →
LONDON, Aug 4 — BP plunged into a quarterly net loss of almost US$16.85 billion (RM71.1 billion) as the coronavirus pandemic ravaged oil demand and prices, triggering huge asset writedowns, the British energy giant announced today.
· It's time to cash in on lower wholesale electricity prices →
However, checking the cost of your electricity even annually might not be enough right now because wholesale power prices are plunging and the market just re-set on July 1.