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Former President Donald Trump has officially revealed that he's launching his own social media called TRUTH Social in 2022.
Strong quarterly results as markets open up
The Center of COVID-19 Situation Administration (CCSA), Thailand's government's body overseeing disease control measures and COVID-19 policies, has approved TCEB's proposal to allow MICE events to be held under "COVID Free Setting" protocols, effective October 16.
Parts of northern China are bracing for more COVID-19 curbs as a wave of cases raises concerns of a broader outbreak, with three areas enforcing lockdowns, some schools halting classes, and an aerospace firm delaying work on a rocket project. China reported 13 new domestically transmitted cases for Oct. 20, bringing the total number since Oct. 16 to 42, data from the National Health Commission (NHC) showed on Thursday. The lockdowns are small compared with the one seen during early 2020 in the much larger, denser city of Wuhan.
No one needed official evidence but it came anyway from the state of New Jersey, where people apparently really like to bet on sports. In the city where it all began, oddsmaker Jimmy Vaccaro doesn’t need official stats to figure out what is happening in the sports betting universe. One look at the line at the hot dog stand in the South Point sports book on a football weekend in Las Vegas tells him everything he needs to know.
The maker of Dove soap and Knorr soup said underlying sales rose 2.5% in the three months ended Sept. 30, above the 2.2% forecast by analysts in a company supplied consensus. Consumer goods companies face soaring prices of raw materials such as energy, edible oils and packaging, as well as higher transport costs as economies recover from the pandemic. KitKat and Nescafe maker Nestle raised its full-year sales target on Wednesday as it also hiked prices to cope with the extra costs.
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Russia has reported some COVID-19 infections with a new coronavirus variant believed to be even more contagious than the Delta one, the RIA news agency said on Thursday. It is possible that the AY.4.2 variant will spread widely, RIA quoted the state consumer watchdog's senior researcher Kamil Khafizov as saying. That could cause the rate of new COVID-19 cases, already at record highs in Russia, to rise even further.
Japan's Princess Mako will marry a commoner in a subdued ritual on Tuesday after a three-year engagement plagued by scandal and media speculation, which has left the 29-year-old niece of the emperor with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). She will become an ordinary citizen after marrying Kei Komuro, a 30-year-old Japanese law graduate who lives in New York, in line with laws mandating female imperial family members abandon royal status. While marrying out of royalty isn't uncommon in Japan, the lack of pomp for a royal wedding is.
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Rumours about a LaLiga star swapping Spain for Tyneside also feature in today’s newspaper gossip columns.
Shares of the Chinese property giant fell as much as 14% on Thursday morning in Hong Kong.
Skanska is divesting a portfolio of six logistics projects in Sweden to Barings. In a first stage, the divestment of two projects, at a total value of SEK 1.1 billion, will be recorded by Commercial Development Nordic in the fourth quarter 2021. Transfer of the properties will take place in connection with completion in 2022 and 2023.
The EU drug regulator is unlikely to decide whether to approve Russia's Sputnik V coronavirus vaccine until at least the first quarter of 2022 because some data needed for the review is still missing, a source with knowledge of the matter said. "An EMA decision by the end of the year is now absolutely impossible," the source said, referring to the European Medicines Agency. The EMA, which launched its formal review of the Russian vaccine in March, had previously been expected to decide in May or June whether to approve use of the vaccine in the bloc.
GOTHENBURG, SE / ACCESSWIRE / October 21, 2021 / XVIVO Perfusion AB (STO:XVIVO)(LSE:0RKL)(FRA:3XV)Third quarter 2021 (Jul 1 - Sep 30) • Net sales amounted to SEK 54.7), corresponding to an increase of 29 percent in SEK and 31 percent in local currencies.
UV1 as add-on therapy to checkpoint inhibitors awarded Fast Track designationProvides for potentially expedited review of UV1Ultimovacs to host webcast at 13.00 CET Thursday, 21 October 2021 OSLO, Norway, Oct. 21, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Ultimovacs ASA ("Ultimovacs") (OSE ULTI), a clinical-stage leader in immune stimulatory vaccines for cancer, announced its universal cancer vaccine, UV1, in combination with checkpoint inhibitors has received Fast Track designation from the U.S. FDA in the trea
For the first nine months of 2021, earnings per share came out at DKK 31.5. Core income rose by 10% and core expenses dropped decreased by 4%. To a lesser extent, loan impairment charges were reversed. The net profit was just below DKK 2.4 bn. On this background, the expected earnings per share in 2021 are lifted to DKK 40-41 from DKK 34-38. This corresponds to a pre-tax profit of DKK 3.8 bn-3.9 bn against the previous amount of DKK 3.3 bn-3.7 bn and a net profit of DKK 3.0 bn-3.1 bn against the
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has linked fresh whole onions to a growing and mysterious salmonella outbreak with cases in 37 states.
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