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· Pilgrims by Matthew Kneale review – a slyly comic medieval journey →
But they still spit, or smirk, or stay silent when the carts of Jews go by.
· Explosive claims: Bomb hoax sparks memories of Fireman's hot streak →
Yet I still reckon racing in Brisbane is a better punt than the stock exchange, even considering The Fireman last made the news in 1980 at Tweed Heads.
· Bharti Infratel share price doubles from March lows, stock gains 8% today; check new target prices →
Bharti Infratel stock price has doubled from its March of Rs 121.25, while the scrip price is still 22 per cent down from its 52-week high of Rs 295.75 touched in December last year.
· Seven, Foxtel withhold AFL payment but new contract nears →
It also comes at a time when the broadcasters are still renegotiating a revised contract, taking into the account the lost income of this year.
The China Post
· Hello and welcome: robot waiters to the rescue amid virus →
We are still here.
· Number of businesses releasing gender pay gap data has halved since last year →
Last year’s reporting showed the gender pay gap has widened in favour of men at nearly half of the biggest firms and public sector bodies in the UK since the year before – with almost 8 in 10 companies still paying men more than women and more than a quarter paying female workers up to 20 per cent less.
· Galaxy Z Flip comes with an unexpectedly low-tech vibe →
The Z Flip is adorable when folded up, and still works as a media player, selfie camera and notification machine.
· Weekly Sentiment Indicators Improving →
This week was the third consecutive week with bearish sentiment declining, but despite that, it is still fairly elevated.
The China Post
· Asia shares fall as US-China tensions douse rally on Wall St →
Even with Thursday’s loss, the S&P 500 is still on pace for its third weekly gain of at least 2.5% in the last four weeks.
· Coronavirus: Rishi Sunak must not 'pull safety net from under feet' of self employed, warn MPs →
In a letter to Mr Sunak, the group warned that millions could be left “without work and without support” if the scheme is wound up in the coming days – as many are still forbidden from working by lockdown rules.