“Reiterate” in the news
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· Life after circuit breaker — retail, entertainment and leisure won’t be the same again →
While providing deliveries and takeaways may help to make up for the drop in dining-in capacity, it will not be enough, he reiterated.
The New York Times
· Trump Threatens White House Protesters With ‘Vicious Dogs’ and ‘Ominous Weapons’ →
He reiterated his condemnation of Minnesota’s governor and the mayor of Minneapolis, both Democrats, painting the matter in starkly political terms as his opposition to “liberal” activists.
· An Abrupt Shift In Business Will Challenge Carpenter's Self-Improvement Story →
At the higher end, that suggests worthwhile upside, but I want to reiterate the huge modeling uncertainties in place right now.
· Energy Transfer - The 14% Yield Cash Machine →
The company has a dividend of over 14%, a secure dividend that it's reiterated support for several times since the start of the oil crash.
· Sony confirms PlayStation 5 will have exclusive games; all new PS4 games must be forward compatible →
And that, in our view, people should make games that can make the most of those features,” Ryan said, reiterating how factors like the new DualSense controller, 3D audio, and the PS5’s SSD will probably be best demonstrated with new games.
· 'Dominic Raab must resign or be sacked': Harry Dunn's parents on their long fight for justice →
He’s not a diplomat, she’s not a diplomat.” The UK government has never commented on the nature of Jonathan Sacoolas’ work, simply reiterating that its hands were tied by an existing agreement between the two countries.
· Vista Outdoor: Drifting Around →
Amidst all of this, I do not see imminent appeal as I reiterate a largely cautious neutral tone here, with investors bracing for continued adjustments and disappointments on the organic trajectory.
The Japan Times
· Taiwan welcomes those resisting China in face of rising pressure →
Officials in Beijing reiterated their commitment to “pro-actively” tackling the Taiwan issue — including possible military action — at an event Friday marking the 15th anniversary of China’s anti-secession law.
· Wall Street ends mostly higher as US-China spat simmers →
Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell, speaking in a webcast organised by Princeton University yesterday, reiterated the US central bank's promise to use its tools to shore up the economy amid the coronavirus pandemic.
· Global stocks rebound on relief at Trump's response to China over Hong Kong →
Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell yesterday reiterated the US central bank's promise to use its tools to mitigate economic fallout from the pandemic, even investors were turning their attention to the next phase of its response.