“Suffer” in the news

Example collocations

began to suffer
continued to suffer
did not suffer
likely to suffer
not suffer

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Malay Mail
· Asia markets mostly up as traders hope for US stimulus  
Observers said there was an expectation that the economy has suffered the worst and would begin picking up in the second half of the year.
Seeking Alpha
· BP plc: Dividend Slashed, The New Shareholder Returns Policy Is Very Disappointing  
Its leverage was ultimately deemed to be high, since the gearing ratio still sits above 30% even after this hybrid bond issuance, plus until operating conditions recover the company's other financial metrics, such as net debt-to-EBITDA will continue to suffer.
Liverpool Echo
· Drivers could be fined £1,000 for wearing a face mask in their car  
“However, it does point to them suffering a reduction in their ability to perform two unexpected tasks at the same time and to switch easily between tasks.
Financial Express
· Bill Gates’ Giving Pledge charity initiative seems to be helping billionaires more than causes, according to this report  
The report further states that if today these 100 pledgers were to donate half of their wealth, which would come to around $485.8 billion, then the US treasury would suffer a loss of $360 billion dollar to its tax revenue in terms of reduced income, estate and capital gains taxes.
The Thaiger
· Philippines plummets in to recession as virus numbers spike  
Cambodia suffers acute Chikungunya outbreak
The New York Times
· The Unique U.S. Failure to Control the Virus  
Yet even with all of these problems, one country stands alone, as the only affluent nation to have suffered a severe, sustained outbreak for more than four months: the United States.
The New York Times
· After Hiroshima's Carnage, Setsuko Thurlow Devoted Her Life to Peace  
Speaking on a video call from her home in Toronto last month, Ms. Thurlow said that “I am one of those who can tell a firsthand story of human suffering that the bomb caused.
The New York Times
· You Can’t Avoid Death, but You Can Make It Easier  
And even before Covid-19, our medical and cultural institutions would put so much effort into “defeating” death, which actually means prolonging life by just weeks or days at the cost of horrible suffering.
The New York Times
· Is Your Child an Orchid, a Tulip or a Dandelion?  
But boys who violate cultural norms of masculinity may “suffer more shame and rejection, even violence and anger directed toward them” at school, according to Dr. Cooper.
The Guardian
· 'Why can't I be legal anywhere?': exploited and left stateless by Sweden  
It was a time when no matter what Rahman suffered, the legal right to remain in Europe eluded him.