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· June 2020 Dividend Picks From Every Sector - Part 1 →
It's important to note that analysts forecast a significant headwind in EPS during 2020 (as expected) due to the coronavirus and related issues.
· ECB bazooka shot gives momentary lift to markets →
Related ETFs: VGK, FEZ, HEDJ, EZU, IEV, IEUR, EURL, EPV, SPEU, DBEU, EEA, HEZU
· Jamel Floyd: Black inmate dies after being pepper sprayed by police →
However, the bureau made clear in its statement that there is no indication Mr Floyd’s death was related to the virus.
· Tough two years ahead for aircraft lessors →
Related: AerCap (NYSE:AER), GECAS (NYSE:GE), Air Lease (NYSE:AL), BOC Aviation (OTC:BCCVY).
· No crisis bogged Basu Chatterjee down, he'd find solutions with smile: 'Byomkesh' star Rajit Kapur →
Chatterjee, known for his relatable, light-hearted brand of cinema with films such as “Rajnigandha” and “Chitchor”, died on Thursday following age related health issues.
· Titan Medical teams up with Medtronic in robotic surgery →
To support development, Titan has received a senior secured loan of $1.5M from Medtronic, which will increase by an amount equal to certain legal, transaction and intellectual property related expenses.
· Sabre to cut another 800 jobs in realignment →
Sabre expects to incur $65M-$85M in restructuring and related charges during FY 2020 in connection with employee terminations.
· Berkshire's Bottom Line More Relevant Than Ever Before, The Rest Of The Story →
Recent Berkshire actions related to the sale of airline stocks shows Graham's analysis was incorrect.
· Wedbush recommends buying the dip in Cloudera →
Wedbush analyst Dan Ives thinks the selling pressure on (NYSE:CLDR) this morning is a knee-jerk reaction related to lofty expectations into a print with a softer guide disappointing investors.
· Lancet issues 'expression of concern' after scientists question validity of HCQ study →
The research, which was published on May 22, was an observational study of 96,032 hospitalised COVID-19 patients from six continents that reported substantially increased deaths, and incidences of heartbeat rhythm changes associated with the use of the drugs HCQ and closely related chloroquine.