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· Linfield defender Ashley Hutton on dual league and Euro ambitions →
And as the new campaign beckons, Blues boss Phil Lewis admits he expects a similarly robust level of competition this time around.
· Delek US Holdings, Inc. (DK) CEO Uzi Yemin on Q2 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
The outlook for these businesses remains robust, despite macro volatility and strong logistics performance supports our 71% ownership in DK.
· Mortgage rates pulled down to lowest levels in history →
“Both purchase and refi volume remain robust as consumers benefit from the historic low rates.
· The Progressive Corporation (PGR) CEO Tricia Griffith on Q2 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
And that's obviously as robust as you can get.
· How to drive fossil fuels out of the US economy, quickly →
Investments made during the war mobilization yielded a robust middle class and decades of sustained, broadly shared prosperity.
· Hong Kong press club says journalists hitting ‘unusual’ visa issues →
“The delays are highly unusual for Hong Kong, a city with historically robust press protections,” it added.
· Newell Brands: COVID Clouding A Successful Turnaround →
Whether the pandemic will alter educational systems and how they reach their consumer is irrelevant to this segment, in our view; making this cash flow stream robust long term.
· Tractor Supply dividend increase of 14% marks a decade of consecutive increases →
This dividend increase is in recognition of our robust performance, strong financial position and confidence in the future of Tractor Supply as we work to emerge from the pandemic stronger than before,” said Cynthia Jamison, Tractor Supply’s Chairman of the Board.
· Why Joe Biden Can’t Make a Plan →
But if that were not to come to pass, you just hope, please, God, you’ll get a continually more robust response by the current administration.”
· Global Factories Report Fastest Output Growth For One-And-A-Half Years →
With Italy and Germany also reporting robust expansions, the eurozone as a whole saw output rise at the sharpest pace since April 2018 and, taken as a whole, was only outperformed by Brazil, the UK, Poland, Turkey, and Colombia.