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Monthly Archives: November 2020

NFL’s Steelers-Ravens game postponed a third time due to Covid-19

Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger (7) drops back to pass against the rush of Baltimore Ravens linebacker L.J. Fort (58) during the Pittsburgh Steelers game versus the Baltimore Ravens on November 1, 2020 at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, MD. Mark Goldman | Icon Sportswire | Getty Images For a third time, the National Football […]

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DTI urges establishments, customers to use StaySafe.ph for easier contact tracing

The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) on Sunday encouraged business establishments and customers to use the government’s digital contact tracing app StaySafe.ph to make contact tracing initiatives more convenient and safe. “Sa lahat ng mga establisimyento, naggagawa kami ng announcement ngayon. Ine-encourage natin ‘yung digital contact tracing app para i-apply nila,” said DTI Secretary […]

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The secret to a healthy skin

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Mestiza Healthy Skin Soap is a tried-and-true, go-to product that’s guaranteed organic and ultra-gentle. Each bar goes through a cold process method (saponification) that ensures the benefits of all ingredients used are preserved in each bar to produce a 100% vegan, cruelty-free, locally-made genuinely natural bar of soap. The unique fusion of natural botanicals that […]

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S&P Upgrades Itself to Data Juggernaut With IHS Markit Deal

S&P Global Inc. spent most of the past decade expanding beyond its core business of rating bonds. Now, its proposed $44 billion acquisition of IHS Markit Ltd. stands to solidify its position as one of the world’s largest financial-data companies. S&P’s push into data coincided with the rise of passive investing and quantitative trading, which […]

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Analysts’ November inflation rate estimates (2020)

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THE headline inflation rate in November likely quickened as a recent spate of typhoons pushed the prices of food and agricultural products higher, economists said. Read the full story. Source link

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Fitch: Improving outlook for A-P power and renewables projects in 2021

KUALA LUMPUR (Dec 1): Fitch Ratings forecasts an improving operating environment for the Asia-Pacific power and renewables sector in 2021, as the region’s economy gradually recovers from the coronavirus pandemic and electricity demand rebounds. In a statement Nov 30, Fitch said electricity generation is perceived as an essential service, hence, it was less severely affected […]

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‘Imagination machine’ seen as next step in firms’ post-pandemic planning

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THE PHASE of trying to rebound from the coronavirus pandemic is still ongoing for most businesses, but a key to make the most of the disruption is to start reimagining for a new future. Following months of reacting to the immediate impact of the outbreak and continuing efforts to return to regular operations, the next […]

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Lopez: No problem remitting PITC fund interest earnings | Business

Department of Finance (DoF) Secretary Carlos Dominguez III has asked the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) to return to the Bureau of the Treasury (BTr) the interest earnings of the Philippine International Trading Corp. (PITC). According to him, this is to help augment the government’s COVID-19 response and disaster relief efforts. In a letter […]

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Stocks drop as virus cases dash vaccine rollout hopes

Hong Kong—Equity markets fell Monday as hopes that vaccines will soon be rolled out were overshadowed by concerns over a pick-up in virus cases around the world. Oil prices were also under pressure ahead of a two-day meeting of major producers, with traders worried that they had still not agreed on an extension of the […]

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‘Pandemic’ chosen as Word of the Year

NEW YORK (Dec 1): The 2020 prize for Merriam-Webster’s Word of the Year went to an obvious choice: pandemic. The term had the most online dictionary lookups of any word, Merriam-Webster said on its website, after a year in which at least 1.4 million people globally have died from the COVID-19 pandemic. “Sometimes a single […]

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