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· Dubai malls, businesses to 'fully operate' from Wednesday →
Dubai's shopping centres include the Mall of the Emirates, which has its own indoor ski slope, and Dubai Mall, adjacent to Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest structure.
· Stricken French clubs call for fans to be allowed back to games next season →
France has been one of the worst-hit countries in the world by the pandemic, with almost 29,000 deaths, but the situation has improved and a strict lockdown has been steadily eased in recent weeks.
· S&P's Rolls Royce Downgrade - Perhaps Too Hasty →
But it is still actual real world data.
· 5 primary races to watch in Iowa →
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· Perceptron, Inc. (PRCP) Interim CEO Jay Freeland on Q3 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
I'd like to start today's call a bit differently, by thanking the Perceptron team on their perseverance and dedication during a very difficult time for everyone around the world.
· American Electric Power Isn't Pricing In Risks →
The company is huge in the utility world, a sector dominated by a few large players, with myriad smaller, regional players.
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· The Last Temptation of Trump →
In the Gospel of Matthew, Jesus Christ is tempted by Satan three times, and the final temptation is this: dominion over “all the kingdoms of the world and their splendor.” Christ rejected the offer, scripture holds; “Worship the Lord your God, and serve only Him,” he rebuked the Devil.
· Funding shortfall hinders pandemic response, says World Bank chief →
WASHINGTON, June 2 — The global economy is facing “staggeringly large” losses and the recovery effort is hampered by a shortage of resources to make up for the damage caused by the coronavirus pandemic, World Bank President David Malpass said today.
· Atossa Therapeutics: Feeling Bullish About COVID-19 Program →
The world is looking to get back to work while limiting the number of new infections.
· FA unlikely to take action over peaceful anti-racism protests →
The shocking death of George Floyd, killed when a white police officer held him down by pressing a knee into his neck in Minneapolis last week, has provoked riots and protests across the world.