Pandemic-hit movie industry banks on summer rebound

The new coronavirus pandemic has crippled every aspect of daily life as people increasingly opt to reduce contact, stay at home and shun visits to closed environments out of fear of contracting the virus. But the movie industry, one of the sectors hWant to know more on Pandemic-hit movie industry banks on summer rebound click here go to market news source. Market news summary from The Korea Herald...

(News Focus) Pandemic-hit movie industry banks on summer rebound

By Chung Joo-won SEOUL, July 14 (Yonhap) -- The new coronavirus pandemic has crippled every aspect of daily life as people increasingly opt to reduce contact, stay at home and shun visits to closed environments out of fear of contracting the virus.Want to know more on (News Focus) Pandemic-hit movie industry banks on summer rebound click here go to market news source. Market news summary from Yonhap Market...

Joint Congressional Oversight Committee urged to take a second look at restrictive provisions of UHC Law

Lawmakers have urged the Joint Congressional Oversight Committee on Universal Health Care (UHC) to immediately take a second look at the UHC Law, particularly its “restrictive” provisions that limit the country’s access to any breakthrough on medicines and drugs amid the COVID-19 pandemic. MANILA BULLETIN FILE Negros Occidental 3rd District Rep. Jose Francisco “Kiko” Benitez led the filing of House Resolution No. 1031, which calls on the joint...

Attention builders: Gear up for days ahead

THE construction industry was supposed to grow at 5.8 percent for 2020 as Fitch Solutions had forecasted, then comes the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) pandemic and slashed the growth down to 3.6 percent. We industry players were caught flat-footed with the sudden border shutdowns and restrictions on transport followed by a total lockdown and then silence. The stillness in the abandoned construction sites seemed surreal as everyone scampered...

Buying frenzy on Tesla stays energized

Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) is now up 11.82% and traded as high as $1,794.43 earlier in the session. The company placing its Battery Day event on the calendar for September and high expectations for a S&P 500 Index invitation seem to be the top two drivers of today's rally, although there is also a general fear-of-missing-out vibe. As far as those market cap distinctions, today Tesla rose right past Procter...

Stock Market Crash: What’s Way Scarier Than Bad Earnings in Q2?

A large number of companies are reporting their second-quarter results. The market is expecting bad results for the most part, but how will the market react if Q3 results don’t improve? What happens if we’re in for a L-shaped economic recovery instead of a V-shaped one? Bad earnings in Q2 It appears the stock market crash in March was pricing in bad earnings expected in Q2. Interestingly, the...

Mayor Sara says Davao City could be placed under GCQ anew

DAVAO CITY — Mayor Sara Duterte said Davao City may revert to general community quarantine (GCQ) from modified general community quarantine (MGCQ) starting July 16, subject to appeal by the local government, after it was observed that transmission of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) transmission has hastened under more lenient quarantine measures. Mayor Sara Duterte (Facebook / MANILA BULLETIN FILE PHOTO) During an interview aired over Davao City Disaster...

Drilon supports localized lockdown for Metro Manila

Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon on Monday expressed his support to proposals for a localized lockdown in Metro Manila, saying the government must support such initiatives to contain the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. Senator Franklin Drilon (Senate of the Philippines / MANILA BULLETIN) “I support localized lockdowns. I support calls to ease restrictions in the National Capital Region,” Drilon said in a text message to reporters. “As...

Jordan presses sweeping tax evasion crackdown to aid ailing economy

Author: Sun, 2020-07-12 23:57 AMMAN: Jordan’s Prime Minister Omar Al-Razzaz promised on Sunday to deepen a crackdown on tax evasion that officials say has deprived the country’s cash-strapped economy of billions of dollars’ revenue in recent years. The government has gone after senior businessmen and former politicians suspected of tax dodging, money laundering and customs evasion in a weeks-long campaign that has gained greater urgency with the hit to...

Take Warren Buffett’s Advice and Soar Above Coronavirus/Market Fears

Warren Buffett has made comments recently. He once again shunned the airline sector as one he will never touch again. Many investors may be wondering if he really means it this time. Airlines have proven themselves to be excellent cash flow-generating investments during bull markets, after all. Companies like Air Canada (TSX:AC) soared from less than $1 per share to more than $50 per share in approximately one...
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