“Purchase” in the news
|able to purchase|
|agreed to purchase|
|available for purchase|
|used to purchase|
Publications and example sentences
· Our suicide research is clear: Australia needs more urgent action to address the Covid-19 fallout →
Urgent reform of the Medicare schedules, public purchasing of specialist services from the private sector and direct financial support for state services are all essential.
· Visa Is Gaining Momentum →
The stock market appears to agree with us on this point of view, as investors again have been purchasing the common stock of Visa, driving the price back up strongly.
The Japan Times
· Cultivating well-being while working from home →
Shipping: Free for purchases of ¥3,300 or more.
· Germany's top court to rule on compensation for Volkwagen 'Dieselgate' scandal →
In an early May hearing, judges at the Federal Court of Justice (BGH) said there was a chance for at least partial compensation for some VW buyers, saying they had indeed been harmed by purchasing a manipulated vehicle.
· Coronavirus lockdown: India Post to home-deliver fruits in some Bihar cities →
The India Posts spokesperson said that the purchase will include delivery charges.
· In China's auto market, worries grow that cashback deals and gifts presage damaging price war →
She added some customers were holding off on purchases in the belief that such subsidies will be forthcoming.
· Asian shares tick up, eyes on China-US trade relations →
India slashed rates for a second time this year and the European Central Bank, in the minutes from its last meeting, said it was ready to expand emergency bond purchases as early as June.
· What Do The Latest PMI Surveys Suggest About The State Of The Economy? →
Meanwhile, IHS Markit's flash PMI (purchasing managers' index) surveys for May rose slightly in the U.S., an indication that while the nation's economy is still in pretty bad shape, it might be in slightly less bad shape than in April.
The New York Times
· The New Model Media Star Is Only Famous to You →
I also used Cameo to purchase a pep talk from an Olympic triathlete for my daughter ($15), an ingratiating monologue for my new boss from a former Boston Red Sox manager ($100) and a failed Twitter joke delivered by the action star Chuck Norris ($229.99).