“Will” in the news
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Publications and example sentences
· D-Day commemorations reimagined due to coronavirus crisis →
For the first time since the Second World War, veterans and members of the public will not be able to attend June 6 ceremonies at the Normandy American Cemetery in Colleville-Sur-Mer, France.
· Former deputy AG Rod Rosenstein to face questions over Russia probe →
WASHINGTON — Former Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein will face questions Wednesday at a Senate hearing about the origins of the Robert Mueller’s investigation and the FBI probe into Russian meddling in the 2016 election and the Trump campaign.
· New Zealand Super Rugby event to have 'red card replacements' →
The country's five Super Rugby teams will play a domestic mini-series from 13 June after getting approval to restart the sport behind closed doors.
· Milan's Asmir Begovic: 'When I first came back, nobody was in the streets' →
With the people at the helm and the people running the team there, I’d be confident things will be all right.
The New York Times
· Unseen Script Offers New Evidence of a Radical Lorraine Hansberry →
Soyica Colbert, a Georgetown University scholar whose intellectual biography of Hansberry will be published next year, said the script helps to underline the playwright’s “radical and vast interests” beyond her “Raisin,” which is widely taught in classrooms and has been presented on Broadway three times, most recently starring Denzel Washington.
· Trai removes clause requiring telcos to charge min 50 paise for SMSes beyond 100 per day →
This means operators will have a free hand in fixing charges for such bulk SMSes by non-commercial users, and Trai’s practice of forbearance will extend to such messages too, an official explained.
· How Stock Prices Can Rally When The Economy And Corporate Earnings Aren't →
If the stock price rises, then whoever bought the call option that I wrote will exercise that option and I'll earn no benefit from the rising stock price.
· The Stop-Loss Danger To Levered Funds →
To simplify matters, several financial advisors will simply tell investors to avoid leverage at all costs.
· Barclays: Activist Investor Bramson Is Eating Humble Pie →
He concluded that the IB was destroying capital (fair point) and judged that Mr. Staley will not be able to materially improve returns anytime soon.
The New York Times
· U.S. Plans to Block Chinese Flights: Live Business Updates →
But many national financial support programs are set to run out soon, making it likely that joblessness will continue to march higher in Europe over the coming months, economists said.