· 'Sheilding' people voice fears over lockdown easing in England →
Leaving the house after 60 days in isolation was a big deal for all of them, said Bruce: “Your home becomes your security blanket.” Without the consultant’s reassurance, they wouldn’t have crossed the threshold simply on the government’s say-so, she added.
· The Retiree's Dividend Portfolio - Jane's April Update: Looking More Like A Return To Normalcy →
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· Stocks Still Have A Key Upside Catalyst →
I regard the broker/dealers as being the single most important industry for confirming the strength or weakness of the broad market, and my observation has been that whenever the NYSE Arca Securities Broker/Dealer Index (XBD) is lagging the SPX for an extended period of time (usually around three months or more), it almost always precedes a significant increase in broad market volatility).
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· Eating Meat: Let’s Argue About It →
As someone who has spent a 45-year career addressing food and health security around the world, I believe that Jonathan Safran Foer misses a critical point: People choose to buy and eat meat as their incomes rise.
· Privacy campaigners prepare legal challenge to UK's test-and-trace scheme →
In the letter, Harman lays out ten areas where existing law doesn’t match the promises the government has made, from security to anonymisation.
· Ely Gold Royalties: Don't Chase The Stock Here →
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· Trump Is Afraid →
I walked onto the grounds yesterday after officials checked my temperature at a security gate and inquired about any symptoms: Had I lost my sense of smell or taste?
· Masks and no ablution: Saudis flock to reopened mosques →
But mosque employees and security personnel have been allowed to attend prayers.
· NSA’s O’Brien: Trump will not activate federal troops for now amid protests →
WASHINGTON, May 31— The Trump administration will not invoke federal authority over the National Guard for now, National Security Adviser Robert O’Brien said on Sunday as protests flared in multiple US cities following the death of an unarmed black man in Minneapolis in police custody last week.
· Paris reopens square at fire-scarred Notre-Dame cathedral →
The monumental facade and arched entrances remain blocked, however, behind beige security barriers as workers prepare to resume restoration work as France's coronavirus lockdown is lifted.