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· Star Media Group records Q1 net loss of RM3.98m amid Covid-19 pandemic →
In comparison, it reported a net profit of RM3.54 million a year ago on the back of strong revenue from its print media segment.
The China Post
· AP Interview: French minister confident in virus tracing app →
She is ready to install the app, but only after carefully reading the fine print on data protection and compliance with GDPR, the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation.
· Bears Trade By Day, Bulls By Night →
If the Fed wants to support the economy, as it says it does, then it should take the $22,500 per taxpayer that it has digitally printed over the past few months ($3.2 trillion) and put more than $1,200 of it in the hands of each consumer.
· Help the Hungry: Campaign tops £5.5m following hugely successful Hirst heart sale →
More than 4,400 people backed our campaign by purchasing the Hirst limited edition prints – with 3,109 buying the small size priced at £300 each and 1,299 the large size priced at £1,000 – and raising £1.55m net proceeds for The Felix Project in the process.
· Invesco Mortgage Capital: 3 Preferred Series Yielding Over 10%, Plus 2 Option Trades →
Wally is right, as ex-Fed chief Greenspan once explained - there's zero chance that US debt won't be paid, since we can't print more dollars.
· It’s Time to Listen to the Doomsday Planners →
This agency, part of the Treasury Department, prints money for the Federal Reserve.
· Caution on Costco →
Wells Fargo says Costco (NASDAQ:COST) appears to be an outlier in the staples retail earnings season with a fairly soft print.
· US Asians, harassed over coronavirus, push back on streets, social media →
Hashtags like #RacismIsAVirus and #UnapologeticallyAsian are being shared and printed on T-shirts.
· Wall Street Breakfast: U.S.-China Tension Ratchets Up →
One of the more notable reports might be the consumer spending print, which is expected to show a 13.0% drop for April after spending fell off 7.5% in March.
The Wall Street Journal
· Is Inflation Dead? Some Investors Bet It Could Roar Back →
Hedge funds are betting that inflation will pick up as central banks and governments world-wide print and spend vast amounts of money to support jobs and businesses hit by the coronavirus pandemic.