The "Hazmat Suits - Global Market Outlook (2018-2027)" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
S&P; 500 companies are expected to report a collective 44% decline in second quarter profits this earnings season, which will kick-off with JPMorgan and Citigroup on Tuesday.
Dublin, July 13, 2020 -- The "Technology Landscape, Trends and Opportunities in the Global Natural Language Processing Market" report has been added to.
New York, July 13, 2020 -- To support this nation’s historic movement towards racial justice, the Open Society Foundations today is announcing investments totaling $220 million.
The "Global Meat Speciation Testing Market: Growth, Trends and Forecast (2020-2025)" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday supported a proposal to extend the deadline for a 25.7 trillion rouble ($363 billion) package of state spending, known as the national projects, by six years until 2030 due to the coronavirus pandemic. Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin suggested Russia give itself more time to complete the 13 projects, strategic spending goals ranging from infrastructure to education and healthcare, in light of the economic slowdown brought about by COVID-19 and the resultant strain on state coffers. The pandemic has dealt a serious setback to the projects, which formed the cornerstone of Putin's bid for re-election in 2018, including the key target of Russian GDP growth exceeding the global average by the time the spending reached its scheduled conclusion in 2024.
The "Aluminum Cans - Global Market Outlook (2018-2027)" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
The global radar market size is anticipated to reach USD 38.01 billion till 2025. It is anticipated to register growth with a CAGR 0f 3.8% during the forecasted period, 2019 to 2025. This growth can be attributed to rising need for security and safety owing to increasing number of crimes, international conflicts, and terrorism across the globe.
The "Piling Sheet, Anchoring Equipment, and Trench Shoring Systems - Global Market Trajectory & Analytics" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
Dublin, July 13, 2020 -- The "Technology Landscape, Trends and Opportunities in the Global Connector Market" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's.
The "Medium Voltage Transformers - Global Market Trajectory & Analytics" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) and state investment firm Temasek announced today that Project Ubin, its blockchain-based multi-currency payments network, has proven its commercial potential after tests with more than 40 companies. A prototype developed by Temasek and J.P. Morgan began undergoing testing last year to see how well it would integrate with commercial blockchain applications. A report released today, commissioned by MAS and Temasek, said Project Ubin’s prototype was validated through workshops with more than 40 financial and non-financial firms.
The extra general meeting of Bambuser AB ("Bambuser") or the "Company") was held today on 13 July 2020 in Stockholm and the following resolutions were passed by the meeting.
The global cold chain equipment market size is expected to reach USD 33.9 billion by 2027, expanding at a CAGR of 19.0% from 2020 to 2027, according to a new report by Grand View Research, Inc. Rising demand for the storage of processed food and frozen products is estimated to fuel market growth. Changing lifestyle of the people has led to the increased consumption of food and beverages, which is expected to increase the demand for cold chain equipment during the forecast period. Besides, the stringent government regulations for food and pharmaceuticals safety during storage and transit are boosting the demand for cold storage and transportation equipment.
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New York, July 13, 2020 -- Reportlinker.com announces the release of the report "Database Software Global Market Opportunities And Strategies To 2030: COVID 19 Impact and.
Ubisoft <UBIP.PA> shares dropped 9% on Monday after the French video games group said over the weekend that three senior managers were leaving the company following a review into allegations of inappropriate behaviour. Ubisoft, which makes games such as Assassin's Creed and Prince of Persia, said last month it had hired external consultants to investigate allegations that media reports said related to sexual misconduct. The video games industry was caught up in the #MeToo movement in June after several women spoke about abuse and discrimination on Twitter.
(Bloomberg) -- Italy’s ruling coalition faces one of its toughest tests so far as Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte sided with his biggest political partner in a clash with the Benetton-owned Autostrade per l’Italia SpA over highway concessions. Shares of the toll-road manager’s owner, Atlantia SpA, slumped.The premier rejected a final offer from the Benettons in a dispute that has split two fractious Conte administrations since the deadly 2018 collapse of a Genoa bridge operated by Autostrade.“I’m not satisfied at all with the offer, which is embarrassing,” Conte, whose second coalition was sworn in in September, told newspaper Il Fatto Quotidiano. With the cabinet set to decide on the issue on Tuesday, Conte said he sees revoking the licenses as the only alternative to the Benettons fully exiting Autostrade.The anti-establishment Five Star Movement, the largest force in Conte’s administration, has made revocation a vital party platform since the bridge disaster, while the center-left Democratic Party has lobbied for a negotiated solution. Autostrade is 88% owned by Atlantia.If the Prime Minister does go for revocation, he faces trouble with junior coalition partner Italy Alive, led by ex-premier Matteo Renzi, which opposes the move. On Monday, Renzi lashed out at what he called populist slogans and said a revocation “would trigger a legal case worth billions that creates uncertainty, blocks construction sites, and means job losses,” He called for the State to get involved via a capital increase with Cassa Depositi.Conte, a mediator figure who has no party membership, has come under fire in recent weeks with senior Five Star and Democrat lawmakers accusing him of failing to act fast enough on a range of issues from restarting an economy devastated by a coronavirus lockdown to the Autostrade issue.Atlantia fell as much as 14% in Milan trading, the biggest decline since March 12. Autostrade’s 750 million euros of bonds due 2026 fell more than 1 cent on the euro to 91 cents, the lowest level in three weeks, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.Five Star’s Giancarlo Cancelleri, the deputy infrastructure minister, underscored the pressure on Conte. Asked if the issue could jeopardize the government’s future, Cancelleri told Corriere: “I don’t know. It’s certain that if we don’t bring home the revocation or the Benettons’ exit, it will be a big problem for us.”The opposition Forza Italia of ex-premier Silvio Berlusconi could step in to support Conte in a parliamentary vote on the issue, Corriere della Sera said. The prime minister’s coalition has a razor-thin majority in the Senate.Benetton’s PlanUnder the Benetton proposal, the family would cede control of Autostrade to infrastructure fund F2i and state lender Cassa Depositi e Prestiti SpA, while retaining a minority stake, according to people familiar with the issue. The highway company would also reduce tariffs, boost investments and pay compensation for the bridge collapse, the people said.Conte said the Benettons were making fun “of the families of the victims and all Italians. They haven’t yet understood, after many months, that this government won’t sacrifice the public good on the altar of their private interests.”Autostrade, which is 88% owned by Atlantia, sent the proposal to the government on Saturday. The government may have gained an edge in the negotiations after the country’s top court ruled against Autostrade in a case concerning its exclusion from works on a replacement bridge.“It would really be paradoxical if the state went into business with the Benettons” because of “the serious failings accumulated by the management, which was chosen and backed by the Benettons in the years leading to the collapse and also since,” Conte said.Atlantia has stuck to its guns. The company is ready to cede control of Autostrade but doesn’t want to exit the company completely, Chief Executive Officer Carlo Bertazzo told newspaper La Repubblica. Atlantia has admitted to past mistakes and now it wants to fix things, Bertazzo added.A spokesman for Edizione Srl, the Benetton family holding company which controls Atlantia, declined to comment on Conte’s remarks about the family.For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.
Rating Action: Moody's affirms ratings of Dalian Wanda Commercial Management and Wanda HK; outlook stable. Global Credit Research- 13 Jul 2020. Hong Kong, July 13, 2020-- Moody's Investors Service has ...
PatientSafe Solutions Recognized for Strong EMR Integration, Advanced Nurse Workflows, and Patient-Centered Care Team Communications in KLAS Report
Deloitte today announced the launch of its Legal Business Services practice in the U.S., a comprehensive suite of legal management consulting and technologically-enabled legal managed services for corporate legal departments designed to accelerate the transformation of the business of law.
The Sports Nutrition Market in Europe will grow by USD 1.41 bn during 2020-2024
Gilead stock rises amid positive analysis of coronavirus vaccine trial results. Christie’s raises $421 million in virtual global auction. And the Labor Department announces producer prices fell in June.